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159 results for RAGS

45 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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Thursday, December 21, 201747ARips (on)Alex Eaton-Salners
Friday, December 23, 201624DImpoverished stateRobyn Weintraub
Monday, October 3, 201610DFrom ___ to richesJacob Stulberg
Monday, June 27, 201648ATatters (3)Kevan Choset
Friday, November 27, 201538DCar wash supply (2)Peter Wentz
Saturday, April 11, 201533DSign of destitutionMartin Ashwood-Smith
Tuesday, August 12, 201460DCleaning clothsRobyn Weintraub
Friday, July 11, 201435DClothing, colloquiallySam Ezersky and Victor Fleming
Sunday, January 26, 201461DCleaner's supplyDaniel A. Finan
Friday, October 18, 20137DPoverty, metaphorically (2)David Steinberg
Wednesday, February 6, 201359DThreadbare threadsPeter A. Collins
Monday, September 12, 201132D___-to-riches (2)Keith Talon
Sunday, March 27, 201114DCinderella's wear, at homeKevin G. Der
Friday, December 17, 201045DUnimpressive attirePatrick Berry
Wednesday, April 7, 201052DCar wash gearRichard Silvestri
Saturday, August 15, 200930AWear that's wornMatt Ginsberg
Thursday, November 27, 200810ACastaway's clothingPatrick Berry
Sunday, December 30, 200752ANo fancy threads (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tuesday, January 31, 200622DLively piano piecesPatrick Merrell
Friday, September 30, 200553DNo fancy threads (2)Nancy Kavanaugh
Thursday, March 17, 200556DTeases mercilesslyDavid Pringle
Friday, February 6, 200449AUnprosperous time, metaphoricallyJoe DiPietro
Sunday, May 4, 200334DJanitor's supplyTyler Hinman
Sunday, February 9, 200378DMaids’ suppliesDavid J. Kahn
Sunday, January 19, 200354DPoverty, so to speak (2)Eric Berlin
Thursday, February 7, 200220DGlad ___Patrick Berry
Sunday, February 3, 200279DState of poverty, metaphoricallyRichard Silvestri
Sunday, February 18, 200132DCriticizes, with "on"David J. Kahn
Tuesday, January 9, 20011DTramp's attireNick Grivas
Monday, August 21, 200061AOld piano tunesDave and Diane Epperson
Sunday, April 9, 2000127ACar wash supply (2)Joe DiPietro
Thursday, September 2, 19994AMaid's supplyJoe DiPietro
Tuesday, February 2, 199957DTatters (3)Norma Steinberg
Monday, December 28, 19983DLively piano tunesAdam G. Perl
Wednesday, November 18, 199848ABeggar's dudsStephanie Spadaccini
Monday, December 9, 199641ASyncopated songsF. Piscop
Sunday, July 28, 19968DPoverty, so to speak (2)N. S. Wizer
Monday, July 1, 19961DTatters (3)S. Spadaccini
Wednesday, June 26, 199631DStart of an Alger story?P. Jordan
Tuesday, May 7, 199660DDestitutionK. Hodge
Wednesday, November 8, 199512DPoverty, metaphorically (2)Glenn E. Sykes
Friday, July 21, 199513DWith 35 Down, the American DreamMatt Gaffney
Friday, March 17, 199564AExtreme povertyRandolph Ross
Monday, November 14, 199410A_____ to riches (2)Sidney L. Robbins
Monday, January 24, 199451ARiches' oppositeJanie Lyons

114 results for RAGS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Tuesday, November 9, 199324ATatterdemallon's attireCharles WoodardTaub
Saturday, October 9, 199333ADingy dudsHessTaub
Tuesday, July 6, 199338ABeginning of an Alger titleRobert HerrigMaleska
Sunday, September 6, 199262DRemnantsAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Monday, February 10, 19921DTeasesMary S. SnyderMaleska
Wednesday, October 30, 199124AAlger starting pointsBert RosenfieldMaleska
Tuesday, May 28, 199164ASymbol of povertyStanley GlassMaleska
Monday, April 8, 19915AThreadbare clothingPeter SwiftMaleska
Sunday, December 24, 198940DThey are sometimes gladWalter CovellMaleska
Monday, November 20, 19891DJoshesSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sunday, May 28, 1989105AShipment to a paper millJeanne WilsonMaleska
Wednesday, February 22, 198930ASymbols of povertyBetty JorgensenMaleska
Wednesday, October 7, 198748DRiches' predecessorBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
Monday, May 18, 198724ATattered clothingEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
Sunday, April 5, 198778ARiches' beginningArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Wednesday, December 10, 198668ATattersJoy L. WoukMaleska
Tuesday, August 26, 198653ACleaning clothsElaine GeorgeMaleska
Sunday, August 10, 198648DShipment to a paper millLouis SabinMaleska
Tuesday, July 22, 19861ATattered Tom's raimentChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Friday, June 13, 198652AAntipode of richesGloria EvansMaleska
Wednesday, June 11, 198631DFirst step to riches?WhittenMaleska
Thursday, June 27, 198525ASymbol of povertyKathryn RighterMaleska
Sunday, October 14, 1984114AAttire for Tattered TomBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
Thursday, November 17, 198363APaper-mill intakeLois SidwayMaleska
Monday, November 14, 198344ATattersNancy McCarthyMaleska
Thursday, September 2, 19826DRiches' antithesesBette Sue CohenMaleska
Tuesday, July 21, 19816DShipment to a paper millKathryn RighterMaleska
Tuesday, February 17, 198110ASometime forerunner to richesArnold MossMaleska
Saturday, November 1, 198025AShipment to a paper millWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Monday, March 12, 197949D"From ___ to riches"JacobsMaleska
Tuesday, July 18, 197832DPlays like Alexander's bandHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Tuesday, January 10, 19781AMendicant's garbMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Tuesday, December 14, 197647DTeasesWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Saturday, August 28, 197611DPoverty symbolTap OsbornWeng
Friday, August 27, 197655DCar-washers' aidsSophie FiermanWeng
Tuesday, November 11, 197523ARiches' partnerFrank FryWeng
Monday, August 11, 197550DRiches' partnerHerb L. RisteenWeng
Thursday, May 1, 197524DRiches' predecessorWilliam D. WilsonWeng
Saturday, August 24, 19741ABeggar's garbMaura B. JacobsonWeng
Wednesday, April 17, 19741DTattersSara V. TuckermanWeng
Thursday, February 7, 197463ATattersEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Tuesday, February 5, 197435ARiches' counterpartLeonard SussmanWeng
Saturday, June 2, 197321APrecursor of richesUnknownWeng
Saturday, March 17, 197354DTattersUnknownWeng
Friday, December 15, 19723DWipersUnknownWeng
Friday, June 23, 197260DTattered clothingUnknownWeng
Sunday, December 5, 197169AKidsHume R. CraftWeng
Wednesday, October 6, 19716DRiches' companionUnknownWeng
Saturday, August 7, 197120ARiches' predecessorArthur SchulmanWeng
Thursday, May 27, 19711ATiger and othersUnknownWeng
Wednesday, October 28, 197019ACinderella garbUnknownWeng
Sunday, April 19, 197055AOld clothesJack LuzzattoWeng
Sunday, March 8, 197036DTattersEva Pollack TaubWeng
Friday, September 19, 196910ADixieland specialties.UnknownWeng
Sunday, June 29, 196937AShredsLewis C. BreakerWeng
Tuesday, June 24, 196937ACinderella's garb.UnknownWeng
Wednesday, April 16, 19693DTeases: Colloq.UnknownWeng
Sunday, April 21, 19683DScolds: Slang.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Friday, October 13, 196738ARiches' opposite.William LutwiniakFarrar
Thursday, April 13, 196731DName for a shaggy dog.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Monday, November 28, 196637DName for a shaggy dog.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, November 15, 196628DTeases: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, June 28, 19667DName for a shaggy dog.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, May 15, 196684DClothing of sorts.William LutwiniakFarrar
Sunday, February 20, 19663DPieces of music.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thursday, June 3, 196532DName for a shaggy dog.UnknownFarrar
Monday, May 10, 196534ARiches' opposite.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, April 21, 196566ARemnants.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, March 17, 196551DOpposite of riches.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, January 23, 196554DName for a shaggy dog.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, June 6, 196431DPrelude to riches.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, May 6, 19646DPrecursor of riches.UnknownFarrar
Friday, April 17, 196423DName for a shaggy dog.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, October 19, 196346AOpposite of riches.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Sunday, September 29, 196311DDusters.Sidney LambertFarrar
Monday, March 18, 196338DName of a shaggy dog.James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
Tuesday, March 12, 196346DOld clothes.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
Tuesday, July 24, 19627AFrom ___ to riches.UnknownFarrar
Friday, May 25, 196211DPieces of music.Jean ReedFarrar
Wednesday, November 9, 19601DName for a shaggy dog.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, September 11, 196011D___ to riches.W. E. JonesFarrar
Friday, February 19, 196048DName for a shaggy dog.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, June 16, 19597DShreds.Hume R. CraftFarrar
Thursday, October 9, 195810ADusters.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
Sunday, September 14, 195842DName for a shaggy dog.Grace HosterFarrar
Sunday, May 25, 1958103AMean attire.Hume R. CraftFarrar
Monday, April 21, 195843A"___ to riches."Leonard SussmanFarrar
Thursday, February 20, 19589AShipment to a paper mill.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tuesday, January 7, 195845AName for a shaggy dog.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Saturday, September 7, 195768AGlad ___.UnknownFarrar
Monday, August 12, 195758ATeases: Slang.Albert BlumFarrar
Sunday, April 14, 195710DName for a shaggy dog.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, January 27, 195763DBeggars' garb.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wednesday, October 3, 195628DTattered attire.Harold T. BersFarrar
Friday, February 24, 195665ATeases: Slang.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tuesday, February 21, 19561AName for a shaggy dog.Louis SabinFarrar
Sunday, June 19, 195561ADusters.Helen BernardFarrar
Sunday, January 23, 195598DScolds: Slang.Bernice GordonFarrar
Saturday, November 13, 195421DCartoon dog.Harold T. BersFarrar
Monday, October 25, 195435DName for a shaggy dog.M. S. ManningFarrar
Monday, September 14, 195312DUsed in paper making.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Sunday, August 16, 195329DPaper ingredient.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Monday, July 6, 195347DName for a fuzzy dog.George HendersonFarrar
Saturday, May 2, 19536DCostume for Imogene the "tramp."UnknownFarrar
Friday, December 12, 195253DPrologue to riches.UnknownFarrar
Friday, July 11, 195224DThe opposite of riches.UnknownFarrar
Friday, April 25, 19529DShreds.UnknownFarrar
Friday, September 28, 195110ALate Mr. Ragland.UnknownFarrar
Monday, May 21, 19516DWhat some dolls are made of.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, October 31, 195011DJunkman's quest.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, April 23, 195071DShreds.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sunday, May 25, 194711A"Drowsiness shall clothe a man with ___."P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sunday, November 21, 1943138ACinderella's original costume.W. W. WebsterFarrar
Sunday, December 6, 1942111ATeases: slang.F. C. JaschobFarrar