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46 results for RAKED

14 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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Saturday, December 17, 201634DLike croupiers' tablesZhouqin Burnikel
Sunday, March 2, 201472DLike fall leaves (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Thursday, September 12, 20137DDid some garden workIan Livengood
Tuesday, July 19, 201146DGathered (in) (2)Mark Feldman
Friday, August 11, 200649DLike baseball infields, before gamesPatrick Merrell
Friday, May 19, 200620DWithout leavesPatrick Berry
Friday, February 23, 200154ALike fall leaves (2)Joe DiPietro
Sunday, April 2, 200012DCleaned up after a fallNancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
Sunday, March 19, 2000111AGathered (in) (2)Greg Staples
Sunday, August 22, 199994DLike many gardensRaymond Hamel
Friday, December 27, 19961AAmassed, with "in"B. White
Monday, August 12, 199638ACleared leaves (2)J. R. Bender
Monday, November 14, 199432DCleared leaves (2)Sidney L. Robbins
Friday, June 24, 199431AAttacked vigorouslyMark Diehl

32 results for RAKED from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Monday, November 16, 19927DWorked the gardenSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Saturday, July 29, 198928DSwept, as with the eyesBeverly TivinMaleska
Monday, December 17, 198463AGathered, as leavesBette Sue CohenMaleska
Sunday, August 3, 198064DSmoothed sand trapsJordan S. LasherMaleska
Monday, January 21, 198017AGathered autumnal debrisBrumbauchMaleska
Monday, July 16, 197918ADid an autumnal choreHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sunday, February 11, 1979148AGathered leavesA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sunday, January 16, 197771ACollected (with "in")Jordan S. LasherWeng
Thursday, July 3, 197553ADid a garden jobSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Sunday, June 16, 19741AGardenedRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Sunday, February 24, 19747AScratchedJohn WilligWeng
Friday, June 15, 197361ADid garden workUnknownWeng
Sunday, December 17, 197231DGathered leavesAnthony MorseWeng
Wednesday, December 22, 197160AWorked in the yardUnknownWeng
Thursday, April 15, 197119ADid lawn workUnknownWeng
Tuesday, January 24, 196741ADid a lawn job.Michael DubinFarrar
Sunday, May 1, 19663DInclined.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Wednesday, January 10, 196222DSlanted.Charles CrossFarrar
Sunday, November 19, 196119DSlanted, as a ship's mast.Mary GrowFarrar
Tuesday, July 19, 196047ASearched minutely with ("over").UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, September 16, 195926DGathered, as leaves.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, December 7, 195820DRansacked.Harold T. BersFarrar
Thursday, March 6, 195859APrepared for planting.Louise EarnestFarrar
Friday, November 30, 195640AGathered together.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Monday, October 8, 195652AGathered with great care.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Tuesday, March 27, 19565AScraped together.Elizabeth LaingFarrar
Monday, January 21, 195263AWorked in the garden.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, March 14, 19513DScraped together as hay.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, October 1, 1950123AInclined from a perpendicular.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, October 29, 194494ASprayed with fire.W. W. WebsterFarrar
Sunday, March 19, 194420DHit from stem to stern.Lester KeeneFarrar
Sunday, February 14, 194345DEnfiladed.C. Hartley MillsFarrar