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661 results for SHE

256 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for SHE.

DateGridClueAuthor
6D"Thar ___ blows!" (6)Erik Agard
31D"Steady as ___ goes" (4)Craig Stowe
61DSpanish : ella :: English : ___Sam Ezersky
82AThis womanErik Agard
28D___-bear (4)Daniel Kantor
6DTongue twister pronounPeter Wentz
46A"___ Walks in Beauty" (Byron poem) (2)Roland Huget
23AAny boat (3)John Lampkin
10DMiss identification?Jonathan Schmalzbach and Bill Albright
44APronoun for a ship (2)Ori Brian
9DShip's pronounDamon Gulczynski
11D___-crab soup (3)Sam Ezersky
84DThat woman (4)Victor Barocas and Andy Kravis
35D"That's all ___ wrote" (10)Alex Eaton-Salners
117D"That's all ___ wrote" (10)John Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
22AShip, to its skipperHal Moore
51AAny vessel, traditionallyJeffrey Wechsler
38A"Thar ___ blows!" (6)Peter Gordon
52A"That's all ___ wrote" (10)Timothy Polin
50ASeashell seller of a tongue twisterBruce Haight
31D"Ain't ___ Sweet" (4)Derek Bowman and Sarah Keller
37A"Now I ain't sayin' ___ a gold digger" (Kanye West lyric)Milo Beckman
27A"That's what ___ said!" (2)Natan Last, Finn Vigeland and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
25A"That's all ___ wrote" (10)John Lampkin
28A"___ Will Be Loved" (Maroon 5 hit)Patrick Berry
39APronoun in several Beatles titlesKyle Mahowald
62AThat ship (4)Jeremy Newton
20DDevil or bear lead-inDavid Phillips
33DShip, to its captainPatrick Berry
34DCar, affectionatelyKurt Krauss
11ANautical pronounMichael Hawkins
30D"Does" or "doesn't" followerMerl Reagle (1950-2015)
21A"___ Bangs" (Ricky Martin hit) (3)Bill Thompson
55A"Thar ___ blows!" (6)Zhouqin Burnikel
54APreceder of "loves me" and "loves me not"Johanna Fenimore
59D___-devil (5)Patrick Berry
57DThat woman (4)David J. Lieb
31AThat woman (4)Ian Livengood
22AAny miss (2)David Phillips
45AStorm designationJulian Lim
57AElle's English-language counterpartPeter A. Collins
46AWord in the titles of six songs by the BeatlesSam Ezersky
46AFirst song on "More of the Monkees" (2)David Steinberg
43A___-devil (5)Ruth B. Margolin
55A"There ___ is, Miss America"James Tuttle
27D"___ Bop" (1984 hit)Michael Hawkins
101D"And ___ Was" (1985 Talking Heads single)Julian Lim
52A"He said, ___ said"Gary Cee
36AOne of the girlsMangesh Ghogre and Doug Peterson
44AKenny Rogers's "___ Believes in Me"Erik Agard
13D"Ain't ___ Sweet" (song classic)Jean O'Conor
24A"That's all ___ wrote" (10)Dan Feyer
60D___-goat (3)Joon Pahk and Jeremy Horwitz
24D___-wolf (11)Gary Cee
20DYonder yacht (2)Randolph Ross
62D"That's all ___ wrote!" (10)Gary Cee
100DWord missing twice in the Beatles' "___ Said ___ Said"Dan Schoenholz
25DCow or sow (3)David Ben-Merre
22ASee 50-AcrossBarry C. Silk
66A___-goat (3)David J. Kahn
21D"That's what ___ said" (2)Samuel A. Donaldson
64D1965 title role for Ursula AndressMatt Ginsberg
46AAny ship (17)Andrew Reynolds
5DPronoun for a ship (2)Ian Livengood
49A___-bear (4)Mike Nothnagel
51D"___ being Brand" (Cummings poem)Ian Livengood
41DLord Byron's "___ Walks in Beauty"Jim Page
59D"___ Cried" (1962 hit song)Joel Kaplow
58D___-goat (3)Derek Bowman and Sarah Keller
36DThat ship (4)Chris Handman
38D"He & ___" (1960s CBS series)Gary Cee
23A"That's all ___ wrote" (10)Brendan Emmett Quigley
53AThe Beatles' "___ Loves You"Andrea Carla Michaels
46A"___ loves me ..." (3)Milo Beckman
51A___-wolf (11)C. W. Stewart
46DSow or cowPeter A. Collins
105D"What ___ said"Josh Knapp
25A"And ___ Was," 1985 Talking Heads songJeff Chen
51DThat missJoon Pahk
114DAny boat (3)Caleb Madison and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
89D"___ Bangs" (Ricky Martin hit) (3)Oliver Hill and Eliza Bagg
2D"___ walks in beauty, like the night ...": ByronWill Nediger
53DPronoun for a 49-DownDerek Bowman
5DMaroon 5's "___ Will Be Loved"Byron Walden and Caleb Madison
52A___-wolf (11)Mike Nothnagel
59D"___ Walks in Beauty" (Byron poem) (2)David J. Kahn
29A"Here ___ comes, Miss America"Janice M. Putney
19A"___ Bangs" (Ricky Martin hit) (3)Corey Rubin
26AWord after "does" and "doesn't" in an old ad sloganPeter A. Collins
66DWho sells seashells by the seashoreKelsey Blakley
31A___-devil (5)Richard Silvestri
53A"The Vengeance of ___" (1968 film sequel)Tim Croce
117AMiss, e.g. (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
87A___-wolf (11)Patrick Merrell
40AWord for a storm (2)Joe Krozel
59D___-bear (4)Brendan Emmett Quigley
43A"That's all ___ wrote" (10)Alan Arbesfeld
11AFirst word of 10-/25-Down's "Billie Jean"David J. Kahn
64APetal plucker's pronounPaula Gamache
74D"Ain't ___ Sweet" (4)Elizabeth C. Gorski
47AOne going steady?Tyler Hinman and Byron Walden
26A"That's all ___ wrote" (10)Mark Milhet
52A"___ sells seashells by the seashore" (tongue twister)Andrea Carla Michaels
38D"___ Hates Me," 2002 hit by Puddle of MuddLaura Sternberg
69ADonna Summer's "___ Works Hard for the Money"Michael Blake
34D"That's all ___ wrote" (10)Billie Truitt
23AAny ship (17)Kevin G. Der
107D"___ Cried" (1962 hit) (4)Kevin G. Der
102AAny ship (17)Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
15DAny ship (17)Caleb Madison
35A"___ Cried" (1962 top 10 hit)Joe Krozel
102AFirst song on "More of the Monkees" (2)Patrick Blindauer and Tony Orbach
21A"Thar ___ blows!" (6)Randall J. Hartman
44A___-Hulk (Marvel Comics character)Patrick Berry
7DAlan Jay Lerner's "___ Wasn't You"Peter Wentz
22AThat woman (4)Steven Ginzburg
24D"___ Drives Me Crazy," #1 hit by the Fine Young CannibalsTom Heilman
57DWord before some animal namesCharles Barasch
43ACyndi Lauper's "___ Bop" (2)Allan E. Parrish
81DAny ship (17)David Levinson Wilk
44AByron's "___ Walks in Beauty"Michael Shteyman
63D___-crab soup (3)Norma Johnson
65D___-wolf (11)Sarah Keller
46DThat ship (4)Brendan Emmett Quigley
147DMa'am or damVictor Fleming
51A"Steady as ___ goes" (4)Randall J. Hartman
7DAny ship (17)Brendan Emmett Quigley
5DUrsula Andress film (4)Alan Arbesfeld
64DWord for half of hurricanesTyler Hinman
57D345Lucy Gardner Anderson
97A___-wolf (11)Lee Glickstein and Ben Tausig
9DAny ship (17)Anne Garellick
46A___-bear (4)Joe Krozel
65A"___ loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah …"Peter A. Collins
95DShip over there?Joe DiPietro
55D"___ Loves You" (4)Lisa Wiseman
12A"There ___ goes ..." (2)Eric Berlin
34ADam, e.g.Dana Motley
42DH. Rider Haggard novel (2)David Sullivan
59AEwe, for oneElizabeth C. Gorski
46A"___ Cried" (1962 hit) (4)Brendan Emmett Quigley
9DAny ship (17)Jay Leatherman
24A1935 movie starring Helen Gahagan as Queen Hash-a-Mo-Tep of KorByron Walden
65A"Ain't ___ Sweet?" (4)Sam Bellotto Jr.
62AMiss, e.g. (2)Joe DiPietro
5DAny car, affectionately (2)Frank Longo
38D"___ Loves Me" (3)Richard Chisholm
67DBoat, to its captainPatrick Berry
9D"___ loves me …" (3)Michael Doran
37AMillion-selling Harry Connick Jr. albumNancy Nicholson Joline
70A1965 Ursula Andress film (4)Patrick Merrell
69AEvery other hurricaneJames R. Leeds
27AThat girl (4)Jerry E. Rosman
26D"___-Devil"Matt Skoczen
32DThat girl (4)Craig Kasper
55DSee 57-DownBrendan Emmett Quigley
59D17-Across, e.g.David J. Kahn
31AFilly, but not a billyDeb Amlen and Nancy Salomon
22AThat vessel (2)Robert H. Wolfe
61DCow or sow (3)Allan E. Parrish
50A“___ Drives Me Crazy” (Fine Young Cannibals hit)Gregory E. Paul
11AAny ship (17)Joe Bower and Nancy Salomon
115D"Ain't ___ Sweet" (4)Seth A. Abel
13DSow, ewe or mareFred Piscop
10DA missPatrick Merrell
43A___-devil (5)Ed Early
61D1965 Ursula Andress film (4)Bob Peoples
45AAny ship (17)Susan Harrington Smith
47AThat lady (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
59D"___ Cried" (1962 hit) (4)Martin Ashwood-Smith
44AWord repeated in the Beatles title "___ Said ___ Said"Elizabeth C. Gorski
122ADoe or heiferMark Danna
55D___-wolf (11)Steven Dorfman
48A"___ Loves You" (4)Denise M. Neuendorf
14DSeashell seller, in a tongue twisterHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
64DDam, for exampleWilliam I. Johnston
45A"Thar ___ blows!" (6)Peter Gordon
55D"___ Loves You" (4)Janet R. Bender
67AH. Rider Haggard titleCathy Millhauser
27A"___ Loves You" (4)Monica Krausse
62DCow or sow (3)Bruce F. Adams
22AMany a stormJohn Beck
53AWolf or devil preceder (2)Joe DiPietro
4A1994 Harry Connick Jr. album (2)Trip Payne
7DH. Rider Haggard novel (2)Peter Gordon
11DSeaman's referenceRich Norris
1DWolf or devil preceder (2)Patrick Berry
1DThe Four Tops' "When ___ Was My Girl"Mel Taub (and crossword class)
39D"What ___ Is" (1988 #1 country hit)Nancy Kavanaugh
21A"Tonight ___ Comes" (hit by the Cars)Jim Page
42D1887 romance novelRobert H. Wolfe
15D"___ Believes in Me"Bill Zais and Nancy Salomon
67AA ship, to crew membersGreg Staples
5AAny ship (17)David J. Kahn
112DAny ship (17)Brendan Emmett Quigley
5D___-wolf (11)Bob and Sharon Klahn
9DOne side in an age-old battleMartin Ashwood-Smith
37DAny boat (3)Holden Baker
80DH. Rider Haggard adventureRich Norris
40D"___-Devil" (1989 Streep film)Ed Early
13D___-wolf (11)David J. Kahn
55A"Steady as ___ goes" (4)Gregory E. Paul
45A___-crab soup (3)Joe DiPietro
109DThat vessel (2)Matt Gaffney
57AWord repeated in "Does ___ or doesn't ___?"Gregory E. Paul
103AWord before "loves me" and "loves me not"Christopher Hurt
47A1967 Monkees song (3)Joe DiPietro
30DOne of every two hurricanesKelly Clark
40A"There ___ goes..." (2)Matt Gaffney
32DWho blows tharRich Norris
27AOne side in a battle of the sexesRich Norris
57DAny vesselRobert H. Wolfe
6D"___ Done Him Wrong" (1933 film)Rich Norris
33D1967 Monkees song (3)John D. Leavy
64DAny car, affectionately (2)Matt Gaffney
48AEternal queen, of book and filmJohn R. Conrad
66D"___ Drives Me Crazy" (1989 #1 hit) (2)Gregory E. Paul
99AElla or elleC. Millhauser
9D"___ Cried" (1962 hit) (4)R. J. Hartman
28A"___ Drives Me Crazy" (1989 hit) (2)J. Page
5DWord for a storm (2)W. R. Williams
39DThat ship (4)F. Piscop
36D1994 Harry Connick Jr. album (2)N. N. Joline
76DThat girl (4)R. Ross
78DYon maidenHenry Hook
8DCyndi Lauper's "___Bop" (2)Alex K. Justin
43A"Steady as___goes" (4)N. Steinberg
83AAny ship (17)Martin Schneider
22D“The _____ Creature” (1957 monster flick)Frank A. Longo
1D"____ sells sea shells..."D.J. DeChristopher
111ANovel subtitled "A History of Adventure"Matt Gaffney
8DWord for a ladyFrank A. Longo
49A____ wolf (11)Rich Norris
11AAny ship (17)Matt Gaffney
21A"____ Stoops to Conquer"Gerald R. Ferguson
11A____-wolf (11)Robert Malinow
8D_____ devil (5)Alex K. Justin
17AAny ship (17)Jon Delfin
45AFeminine subjectRand H. Burns
31AOne who stoops to conquerFran & Lou Sabin
30AAfrican sorceress of fictionWayne Robert Williams
22A"Thar _____ blows!" (6)Christopher Page
5ARider Haggard romanceR.M. Hopkins
38D1989 comedy "_____ -Devil"Harvey Estes
23D1967 Monkees song (3)Norman S. Wizer
32DAny miss (2)Harvey Estes
58DThat girl (4)Jonathan Schmatzbach
28D"___Bop" (1984 hit)Nancy Nicholson Joline
1AHelen Gahagan film role of 1935Wayne Robert Williams
33DYonder yacht (2)Randolph Ross
36AThat lady (2)Ed Pegg Jr.
7D"_____ walks in beauty..."Timothy S. Lewis
75AAny ship (17)Joel Davajan
113A1965 Ursula Andress film (4)Bette Sue Cohen
57AAny ship (17)A.J. Santora
59DThe lassCathy Millhauser

7 results for SHE from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Aug 30, 2015panda30AKind of bangJoe DiPietro
Sep 1, 2013diagramless9D"That's all ___ wrote"Joel Fagliano
Dec 23, 2012diagramless43ANaval pronounFred Piscop
Apr 6, 2008diagramless13A___-wolfPaula Gamache
Nov 23, 2003diagramless49ASeashell sellerFred Piscop
Oct 12, 2003diagramless24AAny boatFred Piscop
Jun 24, 2001diagramless38DAny shipPeter Gordon

398 results for SHE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
29A"___ Didn't Say Yes," 1931 songRobert HerrigTaub
82AHaggard novelJohn M. SamsonTaub
23A"___ didn't say yes..."Rand H. BurnsTaub
22DAndress film: 1965Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
75DPronoun for a calico catTom UnderhillMaleska
62DThat shipRand H. BurnsMaleska
8DAndress filmBernice GordonMaleska
38AThat girlJanet R. BenderMaleska
10D"___ loves me . . . "Harold B. CountsMaleska
38DHaggard novelMichael A. RampinoMaleska
71DAndress film: 1965June A. BoggsMaleska
50A"___ walks in beauty . . . "Arthur S. VerdescaMaleska
95AAndress film: 1965Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
22DH. Rider Haggard novelJanet R. BenderMaleska
38D"___-Devil," 1989 Streep filmPeter GordonMaleska
73AHaggard's AyeshaRichard SilvestriMaleska
32AThat girlBetty JorgensenMaleska
47DHaggard novelNorman S. WizerMaleska
27AHaggard titleEli WesoffMaleska
50DAndress film: 1965Kevin BoyleMaleska
5D"___ sells . . . "Bert RosenfieldMaleska
28AThat shipEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
40AHaggard novelBetty JorgensenMaleska
37D"___ walks in beauty . . . "Dorothea E. ShippMaleska
30APronoun for a shipHallMaleska
9A"Murder, ___ Said," 1962 filmArthur W. PalmerMaleska
29APronoun for a calico catJonathan J. TowleMaleska
57AHaggard novelJudith PerryMaleska
8DPronoun for a calico catArthur W. PalmerMaleska
14DAndress film: 1965Norman S. WizerMaleska
49AHaggard novelFred TooleMaleska
10AHaggard novelPeter SwiftMaleska
22AThat girlFred TooleMaleska
37DHaggard workJoy L. WoukMaleska
22AHaggard novelPeter SwiftMaleska
29AAndress film: 1965Kevin BoyleMaleska
49DHaggard novelEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
84AUrsula Andress filmNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
48AThat shipEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
20AChristie's "Murder ___ Said"Betty JorgensenMaleska
43AAndress filmDon GroatMaleska
8DHaggard romanceWarren W. ReichMaleska
29AThat womanJoe ClonickMaleska
15DTV spy film of 1980John GreenmanMaleska
63AUrsula Andress roleNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
110AKind of bearRobert H. WolfeMaleska
75AThat shipJeanette K. BrillMaleska
42A"___ walks in beauty . . . ": ByronPeggy DevlinMaleska
49DHaggard classicPatterson PeppleMaleska
57DThat ladyLois SidwayMaleska
46AHaggard novelRhonda KrausMaleska
85AAndress film: 1965Charles M. DeberMaleska
4DHaggard novelJames R. BurnsMaleska
48AHaggard queenTom MixonMaleska
7DHaggard novelBernice GordonMaleska
41AHaggard novelBernard MerenMaleska
24A"___ Stoops to Conquer"Don GroatMaleska
37A"___ walks in beauty . . . ": ByronVaughn KeithMaleska
125AAndress filmShirley SolowayMaleska
62DAndress filmRobert H. WolfeMaleska
33AHaggard taleLouis SabinMaleska
46DHaggard titleJames E. Hinish, Jr.Maleska
41A"___ Didn't Say Yes"Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
55DPronoun for a calico catRhonda KrausMaleska
49AAndress film: 1965Bert H. KruseMaleska
1DHaggard heroineWhittenMaleska
41DAndress film: 1965Victoria Black and Alex F. BlackMaleska
38DHaggard heroineMark DiehlMaleska
48D"___ had so many children . . . "Jim PageMaleska
34AAndress film: 1964Barbara J. WeakleyMaleska
24DHaggard's AyeshaMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
8DAndress film: 1965Barbara J. WeakleyMaleska
56D"___ sells seashells . . . "Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
36AAndress film: 1965Jesse RoarkeMaleska
41AHaggard bookEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
44AHaggard opusJoy L. WoukMaleska
9DHaggard novelKathryn RighterMaleska
50DHaggard bookFrances HansenMaleska
10AAndress filmAlbert J. KlausMaleska
69DAndress filmBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
36DHaggard novelPeter SwiftMaleska
59D"Ain't ___ Sweet?"Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
118ATV's "Murder, ___ Wrote"Norma SteinbergMaleska
45DUrsula Andress film: 1964John BrobstMaleska
27AHaggard titleDorothy DavisMaleska
10DTV's "Murder, ___ Wrote"James R. BurnsMaleska
86DPronoun for a calico catA. J. SantoraMaleska
106DHaggard novelHarold B. CountsMaleska
28DPronoun for Old IronsidesA. J. SantoraMaleska
21A"___ Didn't Say Yes"Rhonda KrausMaleska
63DHaggard bookJoel D. LafargueMaleska
46DHaggard novelGayle DeanMaleska
57DPronoun for the PinaforeLois SidwayMaleska
23AHaggard bookJoy L. WoukMaleska
91A"___ Stoops to Conquer"Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
22DHaggard heroineWhittenMaleska
21DAndress film: 1965Albert J. KlausMaleska
22A"He/___," H. Gold novelEli WesoffMaleska
25AHaggard heroineLouis SabinMaleska
127DHaggard novelMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
32D"Murder ___ Said": ChristieJulian OchrymowychMaleska
62DHaggard opusVirginia L. YatesMaleska
58DHaggard novelBrownMaleska
29A"___ Walks in Beauty"Warren W. ReichMaleska
29A" . . . the cruel'st ___ alive": Shak.James R. BurnsMaleska
35DPronoun for a doeDerrick C. NiedermanMaleska
27DHaggard bookBernard MerenMaleska
78D"___ Loves You," Beatles hitTap OsbornMaleska
42AHaggard's AyeshaLouis BaronMaleska
50A"___ sells seashells . . . "Judson G. TrentMaleska
80DHaggard’s AyeshaBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
40AHaggard African queenJames R. BurnsMaleska
53AHaggard heroineTeresa ForestallMaleska
1AHaggard workRobert KatzMaleska
5DHaggard novelJoy L. WoukMaleska
35D"___ Wore a Yellow Ribbon," John Ford filmJohn GreenmanMaleska
58A"He-___," Herbert Gold novelLois SidwayMaleska
24DPronoun for the PintaA. J. SantoraMaleska
31APronoun for a hindGeorge P. SphicasMaleska
37DHaggard novelJeanette K. BrillMaleska
45DPronounC. J. AngioMaleska
81AHaggard novelBert H. KruseMaleska
36APronoun for a doeGeorge P. SphicasMaleska
59DPronoun for a shipBette Sue CohenMaleska
47D"___ walks in beauty . . . ": ByronAlbert E. LytleMaleska
14A"___ Stoops to Conquer"Richard N. Platt, Jr.Maleska
35AHaggard opusRobert KatzMaleska
1AThat fillyBette Sue CohenMaleska
30AHaggard novelRobert KatzMaleska
34DNominative pronounMichael PriestleyMaleska
9DHaggard novelMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
29AHaggard's AyeshaJean J. DavisonMaleska
24APronoun for the PequodWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
23D"___ loves me . . . "Frank GearyMaleska
10D"___ walks in beauty . . . "Joy L. WoukMaleska
29APronounHerb L. RisteenMaleska
33A" . . . cruell'st ___ alive": Shak.Louis BaronMaleska
30AThat linerRobert W. SturgesMaleska
7DThat lassC. J. AngioMaleska
55DHaggard novelHerb L. RisteenMaleska
58DPronoun for LassieA. J. SantoraMaleska
52DPronoun for a shipRuth Lake TepperMaleska
64DHaggard titleMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
85AAyeshaJordan S. LasherMaleska
121DHaggard novelWalter WebbMaleska
27A"___ shall have music . . . "Virginia ButlerMaleska
56DHaggard novelHerb L. RisteenMaleska
138DAyeshaFrank NosoffMaleska
57AHaggard novelAlex F. BlackMaleska
38DHaggard novelJohnsonMaleska
11APronoun for a shipEli WesoffMaleska
23APronoun for a shipJack LuzzattoMaleska
35AHaggard novelJeanette K. BrillMaleska
69AThat girlJay ScottMaleska
5DPronoun for a daughterHenry HookMaleska
87D"___ walks in beauty . . . "Elaine D. SchorrMaleska
66DHaggard heroineBert BeamanMaleska
74AThat girlJordan S. LasherMaleska
51APronounH. Hastings ReddallWeng
50APronounGeorge RaventosWeng
57DPronounWilliam LutwiniakWeng
138APronounNancy W. AtkinsonWeng
23AHaggard's "___"Mike LeiferWeng
30DHaggard storyJohn ShippWeng
134APronounGeorge Rose SmithWeng
1D"___ shall have music . . . "Manny MillerWeng
111DPronounBarbara GillisWeng
52APronounAnthony B. CanningWeng
54APronounJay SpryWeng
2DHaggard novelMaria G. RiceWeng
39DPronounDeWitt AndersonWeng
28DFemaleWilliam LutwiniakWeng
30AHaggard novelJean J. DavisonWeng
4AHaggard novelStanley A. KurzbanWeng
95DPronounA. J. SantoraWeng
103DPronounAnne FoxWeng
29APronounChet CurrierWeng
109DHaggard titleMaura B. JacobsonWeng
51AAyesha of fictionJackie AidieurWeng
43AHaggard heroineMargery BernsteinWeng
61APronounRichard CampWeng
104DNovel about AyeshaJoseph LaFauciWeng
62DHaggard heroineArthur SchulmanWeng
47DPronounTap OsbornWeng
52APronounEvelyn B. RosenthalWeng
30APronounJim PageWeng
87DPronounElaine D. SchorrWeng
77APronounFrances HansenWeng
60DPronounStanley GlassWeng
54APronounFloy StrykerWeng
32APronounBert H. KruseWeng
33DPronounReginald L. JohnsonWeng
45APronounGleasserWeng
16DPronounJay SpryWeng
122AHaggard bookJean J. DavisonWeng
72DPronounEdward J. O'BrienWeng
11APronounUnknownWeng
57DPronounUnknownWeng
31APronounUnknownWeng
38APronounUnknownWeng
111AHaggard’s queenHerb RisteenWeng
42DHaggard storyUnknownWeng
68DPronounJohn C. LaflinWeng
47APronounUnknownWeng
63DHaggard's AyeshaUnknownWeng
62D1887 best-sellerUnknownWeng
32APronounUnknownWeng
37APronounThreba JohnsonWeng
51APronounUnknownWeng
51APronounUnknownWeng
32APronounUnknownWeng
120A"___ walks in beauty . . . "Herbert EttensonWeng
58APronounUnknownWeng
20APronounUnknownWeng
19AHaggard titleUnknownWeng
65A"___ done him wrong"UnknownWeng
42DPronounUnknownWeng
9DPronounUnknownWeng
28DHaggard novelUnknownWeng
1DPronounUnknownWeng
59DShip designationUnknownWeng
5DPronounUnknownWeng
33DPronounUnknownWeng
53APronounUnknownWeng
1DPronounCornelia WarrinerWeng
46ANovel titleUnknownWeng
1AHaggard heroineUnknownWeng
46APronounUnknownWeng
39AWord for a shipUnknownWeng
137DPronounAnne FoxWeng
32APronounUnknownWeng
57DHaggard heroineUnknownWeng
10DPronounUnknownWeng
24DPronounUnknownWeng
22AHaggard novelUnknownWeng
10DPronounUnknownWeng
63DPronounAlfio MicciWeng
119APronounFrank NosoffWeng
59DPronounUnknownWeng
22APronoun.UnknownWeng
63DWord for a ship.UnknownWeng
51AHaggard title.UnknownWeng
22APronoun.UnknownWeng
32APronoun.UnknownWeng
50APronoun.UnknownWeng
59DPronounA. J. SantoraWeng
121APronounPeter E. PriceWeng
21AWord for a ship.UnknownWeng
20APronoun.UnknownWeng
26AWhat Italian's ella means.UnknownWeng
26AHaggard's Ayesha.UnknownFarrar
44ANovel title.UnknownFarrar
23AHaggard novel.UnknownFarrar
50ANovel heroine.UnknownFarrar
33D1887 novel.UnknownFarrar
9DNovel title.UnknownFarrar
70D"___ didn't say yes . . . "Anne FoxFarrar
63DHaggard novel.UnknownFarrar
125DNovel title.Bert BeamanFarrar
22DPronoun.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
23ANovel title.UnknownFarrar
59AAyesha.C. V. KingFarrar
44AHaggard romance.Sara V. TuckermanFarrar
67ANovel title.Manny MillerFarrar
98ACertain one.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
19A1887 novel.H. L. RisteenFarrar
9DOcean liner or airliner.Helen FasuloFarrar
77ANovel title.William LutwiniakFarrar
83DWoman.Barbara GolubFarrar
109DGirl.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
29ANovel title.UnknownFarrar
32DNovel title.UnknownFarrar
15DNovel title.UnknownFarrar
63DNovel title.UnknownFarrar
8DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
4DPronoun.William LutwiniakFarrar
92DPronoun.Anne FoxFarrar
22APronoun.UnknownFarrar
52DFemale: Prefix.UnknownFarrar
78DPronoun.Anne FoxFarrar
3DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
65DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
42DShip or plane.UnknownFarrar
23A"___ didn't say 'Yes,' . . . "Arthur SchulmanFarrar
51DNovel title.UnknownFarrar
41AHaggard heroine.UnknownFarrar
29DGirl.UnknownFarrar
41ANovel of 1887.UnknownFarrar
121DNovel title.Mary GrowFarrar
62ASee 59 Across.Sidney LambertFarrar
43APronoun.Manny MillerFarrar
3DPronoun.Marvin AledortFarrar
46D1887 novel.W. E. JonesFarrar
115DThe ship.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
118DNovel of 1887.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
44APronoun.UnknownFarrar
30ASee 63 Across.UnknownFarrar
6ANovel title.James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
38A"___ walks in beauty . . . "Louise EarnestFarrar
45ANovel of 1887.Christine ValenceFarrar
55DPronoun.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
52A"___ loves me . . . "William F. BulowFarrar
109A"Who is Silvia ? what is ___ . . . "Barbara L. GolubFarrar
55AHaggard novel.J. S. CrowellFarrar
7DNovel title.Thomas MeekinFarrar
44D"___ walks in beauty . . . "Jules ArensbergFarrar
44APronoun.UnknownFarrar
30D"That not impossible ___ . . . "UnknownFarrar
33AHaggard novel.UnknownFarrar
62DNovel title.UnknownFarrar
58DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
33APronoun.UnknownFarrar
90DNovel title.Aida CromwellFarrar
19AWho stoops to conquer?UnknownFarrar
24APronoun.UnknownFarrar
57DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
55DHaggard heroine.UnknownFarrar
15DNovel about Ayesha.UnknownFarrar
48APronoun.UnknownFarrar
2DRomance of 1887.UnknownFarrar
24AAfrican story, 1887.UnknownFarrar
73ANovel title.Spiro K. KostofFarrar
17APronoun.UnknownFarrar
9DAyesha.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
8DPronoun.S. A. KayFarrar
63DHaggard heroine.Herbert EttensonFarrar
35AAyesha.Herbert EttensonFarrar
48AWho stoops to conquer?Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
7DPronoun.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
34APronoun.Helen FasuloFarrar
58DPronoun.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
99ANovel of 1887.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
21A"That not impossible ___ . . . "Joseph LaFauciFarrar
49ABest seller of 1887.W. E. JonesFarrar
9DPronoun.Sidney LambertFarrar
40APronoun.Madeline CorseFarrar
3DA girl.Helen FasuloFarrar
21ANovel of 1887.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
39DPronoun.Jules ArensbergFarrar
25APronoun.UnknownFarrar
27AHaggard title.Herbert LyleFarrar
83ANovel title.Charles E. GerschFarrar
36APronoun.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
5DNovel of 1887.Thomas MeekinFarrar
77DNovel title.Herbert EttensonFarrar
62DPronoun.S. A. KayFarrar
41APronoun.Roberta MorseFarrar
37AHaggard female.Mel TaubFarrar
59DPronoun.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
37DPronoun.Albert BlumFarrar
119AHaggard novel.Herbert EttensonFarrar
32DPronoun.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
21ARomantic novel of 1887.Cora GoodmanFarrar
49APronoun for a 27 Down.Anthony MorseFarrar
52A1887 novel.Dorothy SmithFarrar
13DShip or girl.Israel GitterFarrar
29AA ship or a lady.Charles E. GerschFarrar
10AHaggard title.Marion MoeserFarrar
5DA Helen Gahagan role.UnknownFarrar
38D1887 book.Alice CookFarrar
10DHaggard's Ayesha.UnknownFarrar
26DPronoun.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
13DAyesha.Willard N. JordanFarrar
36ANovel title.UnknownFarrar
109ABest seller of 1887.Harold T. BersFarrar
60DFirst word of a Goldsmith title.UnknownFarrar
27DNovel by H. Rider Haggard.UnknownFarrar
23APronoun.UnknownFarrar
46AHaggard novel.UnknownFarrar
60APronoun..UnknownFarrar
21DBest seller of 1887.UnknownFarrar
21ANoted English novel.UnknownFarrar
39A"That not impossible ___."UnknownFarrar
45DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
27DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
42DCompanion piece of "King Solomon's Mines."UnknownFarrar
34DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
6DPronoun.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
5DRider Haggard novel.UnknownFarrar
59ARider Haggard's novel.S. A. KayFarrar
66DPronoun.UnknownFarrar
60DSorceress heroine of 1887 novel.Ralph AndersonFarrar
22AFeminine pronoun.UnknownFarrar
95AAfrican sorceress heroine of 1887.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
111AFictional ruler of a city in a volcano.I. KertFarrar
36DWoman.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
89APronoun.Louise RabbFarrar
4DPronoun.Willard N. JordanFarrar
44APronoun.Harold T. BersFarrar
109DAyesha.Thomas MeekinFarrar
116APronoun.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
33DAyesha, heroine of 1887.L. K. PetersFarrar
81DFemale.James E. KisnerFarrar
121AThat girl.Louis BaronFarrar
115A"The fair, the chaste, the unexpressive ___."—As You Like It.I. KertFarrar
142DPronoun.Charles Merz and Arthur Hays SulzbergerFarrar
108A"That not impossible ___."—Crashaw.Charles CrossFarrar
121ASorceress of 1887.Marie C. FrenchFarrar