7 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for SCAPEGOAT.
|Friday, June 2, 2017||32A||Shakespeare's Shylock, for one||John Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins|
|Sunday, July 10, 2016||47D||One who seems responsible but isn't||Patrick Berry|
|Tuesday, September 11, 2012||3D||One getting the blame||Kenneth Leeser|
|Friday, November 17, 2006||20D||Patsy||Beth Hinshaw|
|Saturday, April 16, 2005||32D||Butt||Gary Steinmehl|
|Wednesday, December 1, 1999||58A||Fall guy||Bill Zais and Nancy Salomon|
|Saturday, July 29, 1995||58A||Blame unjustly||Charles E. Gersch|
7 results for SCAPEGOAT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, January 29, 1977||34D||Fall guy||Betty Duffy||Weng|
|Friday, October 9, 1970||47A||Victim of a sort||Unknown||Weng|
|Wednesday, February 15, 1961||11D||Fall guy.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Thursday, August 1, 1957||64A||Fall guy.||A. H. Drummond, Jr.||Farrar|
|Monday, June 24, 1957||18A||Current best-seller (with "The").||Herbert Lyle||Farrar|
|Saturday, May 23, 1953||1A||Relative of a fall guy.||Charles E. Gersch||Farrar|
|Sunday, March 30, 1952||75D||On whose head lies the sins of others.||Ralph Anderson||Farrar|