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328 results for SHOE

92 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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28ANike productErik Agard
51DLoafer or pumpSusan Gelfand
19AMakeshift fly swatterMark Diehl
76ASomething removed at a T.S.A. checkpointAlex Bajcz
17DUnit around one foot?Caleb Madison
2DFlat, e.g.Will Nediger
5DOne going everywhere on foot?James Mulhern and Ashton Anderson
14AWedge or pumpPaula Gamache
26DThere might be a spat about thisBrendan Emmett Quigley
38DOne going on foot? (3)Brian J. MacDonald
21ABrake plateTony Orbach
17DLoafer, e.g. (2)Dan Schoenholz
57AClog or pump (2)Tom McCoy
8DOne going on foot? (3)Andrew Zhou
23DClodhopper, e.g.Patrick Berry
22ALast place?Jason Flinn
32DNursery rhyme dwellingJim Quinlan
67AItem depicted by this puzzle's circled lettersPaul Hunsberger
30DIt's about a foot (4)Jeff Stillman
29DWhat's under an archJosh Knapp
5DIt has a silent tonguePeter A. Collins
14AOxford or loaferMichael Farabaugh
60DPump or loaferLynn Lempel
104DHome for a certain old womanBrendan Emmett Quigley
112DOne going on foot? (3)Patrick Berry
33DClog, e.g.Patrick Blindauer & Francis Heaney
52AIt's a little longer than a footKevan Choset
37DWingtip or wedgeRandall J. Hartman
41DDo some blacksmith's work onJim Hilger
10DPlace to put a tapJoe DiPietro
41DLast thing (2)Kevin G. Der
49DBrogue, e.g.John Farmer
15AKhrushchev's impromptu gavelJoe Krozel
98AMonopoly token (2)David Kwong and Kevan Choset
54AMonopoly token (2)Nancy Salomon
65AOxford, e.g. (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley
36APart of a brake (2)Michael Ashley
21AOld woman's home, in a nursery rhyme (2)Steven Ginzburg
46ALast thing (2)Matt Ginsberg
62AOld woman's home in a nursery rhyme (2)Pancho Harrison
22DMule, e.g.Patrick Berry
8DWhat a cobbler works onDustin Foley
42ASomething fit to be tied?Paula Gamache
13ASomething sold in half sizesDoug Peterson
5AHoof protectorStanley Newman
13ALoafer, for oneChristina Houlihan Kelly
12DHome for an "old woman" in a nursery rhymeEdward M Sessa
63DMule or clogKurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
42APump, e.g. (3)Bruce Venzke and Stella Daily
24DPlace for a hornMike Torch
121ATongue siteAshish Vengsarkar
51ABrake part (2)Nancy Salomon
27DPlace for a tapDana Motley
12DClog or pump (2)Adam Cohen
52DDealing box, in blackjackByron Walden
49DIt may contain a tree (2)Harvey Estes
28DPumpJay Giess
95DSole supporter?Kumar Balani
104APedal pusherPatrick Merrell
52ATongue-tied one?Arlan and Linda Bushman
74DIt's about a foot (4)Cathy Millhauser
64AOne that gets tongue-tied?Dan Reichert
63ALoafer, e.g. (2)Peter Sarrett
57AIt's about a foot (4)William Schaub
35A*Blacksmith ... Mother Goose ... tongueJohn Underwood
73ABrake part (2)Holden Baker
6DPump, e.g. (3)Peter Gordon
6AJeff MacNelly comicRandall J. Hartman
15AWing tip, e.g.Peter Gordon
57DIt may contain a tree (2)Robert H. Wolfe
19AThere may be a spat about itBob and Sharon Klahn
9DHigh heel, e.g.Manny Nosowsky
45ATongue localeLou and Fran Sabin
14AWord with strings or hornsDavid J. Kahn
48ASneaker, e.g.Gregory E. Paul
55DIt's about a foot (4)Jay Sullivan
19ATongue's localeAlan Arbesfeld
49DNursery rhyme residenceChristopher Hurt
80APump, e.g. (3)Fred Piscop
12DPart of a brake (2)Frank Longo
128DLast itemJune Boggs
30ASome people take a shine to itHenry Hook
52DLast wrapperR. Ross
60DCamera deviceF. & L. Sabin
15ASole protectorHarvey Estes
41DJeff MacNelly comic stripDiane C. Baldwin
14AOxford, for oneTrip Payne
16AFlorsheim productSidney L. Robbins
51DSole possessor?Fran and Lou Sabin
31AOxford, e.g. (2)Sidney L. Robbins
52DTree localeSidney L. Robbins
5ACramped Mother Goose dwellingMel Taub

2 results for SHOE from Variety puzzles.

Jun 3, 2018panda57DIt fits around the hoseJoel Fagliano
May 29, 2011diagramless60DFlat, e.g.Patrick Blindauer

234 results for SHOE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

53DPart of a brakeAlbert J. KlausMaleska
49ASaddle or loaferMichael S. MaurerMaleska
18AOxford or pumpRuth MinaryMaleska
49AOxford or loaferMichael S. MaurerMaleska
41DGhillie or solleretIrene SmullyanMaleska
75ACrispin's productWilson McBeathMaleska
17AChaplin ate oneMorton B. BraunMaleska
50DBrogue or buckAlfio MicciMaleska
5AOxford, e.g.Melvin KenworthyMaleska
52DSecque or sollaretJeanette K. BrillMaleska
42AGhillie or sollaretWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
52DDo a farrier's jobWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
14APump or clogDorothea E. ShippMaleska
62ABrogan or brogueEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
50DClodhopper, e.g.Lois SidwayMaleska
49DGhillie, e.g.Roger H. CourtneyMaleska
33DJeff MacNelly comic stripJack LechnerMaleska
37DBuskin or broganGloria EvansMaleska
6DGhillie or wingtipKenneth WitteMaleska
5AFootwearErnst TheimerMaleska
44ALoaferWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
39DCobbler's productBetty JorgensenMaleska
61A"For want of a ___ . . . "Daniel GirardiMaleska
3DSabotLouis SabinMaleska
62APart of an auto tireSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
68AHomophone for order to a flyBetty JorgensenMaleska
10ABroganAlbert J. KlausMaleska
58DCordwainery productMartha J. DeWittMaleska
50ABrogan or oxfordAlbert J. KlausMaleska
5DWord with lace or treeElaine GeorgeMaleska
47AAnile person's homeBert H. KruseMaleska
34DSabot or brogueEdward BobbMaleska
37DSabot or clogErnie FurtadoMaleska
32DBroganJoy L. WoukMaleska
24AWing tip, e.g.Jesse RoarkeMaleska
17DOne of the "proud" items in a Murray bookE.T.M.Maleska
34DOxfordEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
41DNursery-rhyme residenceSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
36APump or clogJoy L. WoukMaleska
31DBrogan or ghillieKathryn RighterMaleska
7DBrogan or sabotWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
12DCrispin's productJoy L. WoukMaleska
94AClog or pumpHarold B. CountsMaleska
41DKind of shineBitoniMaleska
43AClog or ghillieLois SidwayMaleska
24AFlat or pumpJudith PerryMaleska
120DBalmoral, e.g.Warren W. ReichMaleska
26DOld woman’s abodeLarry GoldhirschMaleska
55DCrispin's productCharles M. DeberMaleska
5ALoaferWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
57DLoafer, e.g.William LutwiniakMaleska
48ALoafer, e.g.William LutwiniakMaleska
36DBrake partKevin WrayMaleska
30ALoafer, e.g.Louise EarnestMaleska
58DBrake partJim PageMaleska
57AGhillie or secqueDorothy SmitonickMaleska
10DPumpJoan WhitmanMaleska
56AOxfordSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
28DTireSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
106DLoafer, e.g.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
66DThird-rail contactMargaret RigbyMaleska
54DHoof wearRobert KatzMaleska
44APump, e.g.Emory H. CainMaleska
22APump or gillieChristy RidleyMaleska
43ABrake partA. J. SantoraMaleska
22AOxfordWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
10AEspadrille, e.g.Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
65A" . . . buckle my ___"MaloneyMaleska
18DSabot or broganI. Judah KoolykMaleska
57DHome in a nursery rhymeErnst TheimerMaleska
51DBrake partPeter SwiftMaleska
50DGalosh, e.g.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
31ACordwainer's creationC. J. AngioMaleska
56DCordwainer's creationAlfio MicciMaleska
113ABrake partJohn M. SamsonMaleska
50ALoafer that should be stepped onMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
40AGaloshFrances HansenMaleska
48DWord with tree or hornGrace FabbroniMaleska
33AClog or pumpC. J. AngioMaleska
49AWord with horn or stringE.T.M.Maleska
33DTire partA. J. SantoraMaleska
99DOld woman's homeReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
9ASabotWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
2DClogJoy L. WoukMaleska
67AOxford or pumpJean J. DavisonMaleska
94DClogJoseph La FauciMaleska
52DBrake partHerb L. RisteenMaleska
8DSecque or brogueEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
36APart of a brakeJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
46DSabot or sabotineJeanette K. BrillMaleska
12DNursery-rhyme abodeJordan S. LasherMaleska
36AWing tip or pumpJim PageMaleska
54DBrogueLouise EarnestMaleska
33ASabotAlfio MicciMaleska
10ACertain old-woman's homeHarvey BergWeng
27DBrake partPetersenWeng
67AKind of treeBert BeamanWeng
6AHorn or stringVirginia ButlerWeng
58DMoccasinHenry HookWeng
46AKind of hornExmanWeng
50DBrake partH. M. KennedyWeng
13DPumpEvelyn BenshoofWeng
10DBroganGeorge LaczkoWeng
54DKind of hornJack WherryWeng
71ALoaferWilliam LutwiniakWeng
27AHousing for 5 DownThomas SheehanWeng
23AMule, for oneGeorge MadridWeng
46D“One ___ off and . . . ”UnknownWeng
48AKind of treeUnknownWeng
67ABrake partRegina M. HeilWeng
1AOld woman's homeUnknownWeng
61AMule, e.g.UnknownWeng
38ALast itemJean J. DavisonWeng
36ABrake partUnknownWeng
96DIf it fits, put it onFrances HansenWeng
51DDo a stable jobUnknownWeng
40DOne-two subjectUnknownWeng
93DOxfordWilliam LutwiniakWeng
16AKind of treeAnne FoxWeng
69ABrake part.UnknownWeng
37ABrake part.UnknownWeng
3DLoaferCornelia WarrinerWeng
114DPumpE. ToroWeng
25DBrake part.UnknownFarrar
7DSling-back item.UnknownFarrar
104A___ tree.Emanuel BergFarrar
123APump.Frances HansenFarrar
9DSlip-on.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
65APump.William LutwiniakFarrar
48DLeather covering.Manny MillerFarrar
1DLoafer.William LutwiniakFarrar
66AKind of tree.Anne FoxFarrar
26DTire casing.UnknownFarrar
89ALoafer.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
7DScuff, for one.UnknownFarrar
149APart of a brake.A. J. SantoraFarrar
58DCurved part of a brake.UnknownFarrar
33APart of a brake.UnknownFarrar
36AFictional dwelling.UnknownFarrar
43DKind of horn.William LutwiniakFarrar
10ANursery rhyme abode.S. A. KayFarrar
29DPart of a tire.UnknownFarrar
121DSabot.Anthony MorseFarrar
58ATire casing.Sidney LambertFarrar
45DPump.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
39ABrake part.UnknownFarrar
6ALoafer.Diana R. SessionsFarrar
51APart of a brake.UnknownFarrar
26APart of a brake.UnknownFarrar
7DPump.Thomas MeekinFarrar
61D___ tree.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
62APump.Spiro K. KostofFarrar
43ABrake part.UnknownFarrar
38DTire casing.Hume R. CraftFarrar
8DCasing of a tire.Herbert EttensonFarrar
60APart of a tire.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
21ASpace ___.UnknownFarrar
27DPart of a brake.UnknownFarrar
107DOxford.Mel TaubFarrar
32ABrogan.Harold T. BersFarrar
44DLoafer.Marcia GladstoneFarrar
55DStep-in.S. A. KayFarrar
21DPart of a brake.UnknownFarrar
54ABrogan.Jules ArensbergFarrar
49DCurved part of a brake.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
58ALoafer.S. A. KayFarrar
51AResidence of a famous old woman.Charles E. GerschFarrar
61DPump.Gene KosicFarrar
21APump.E. E. SmithFarrar
1APlot factor in "Cinderella."Harold T. BersFarrar
10ALoafer.Thomas MeekinFarrar
16AResidence of a certain large family.Harold T. BersFarrar
116ABrogan.Ruth H. OliverFarrar
29AOne of a common pair.R. E. LawlorFarrar
51DAuto tire: Colloq.Edgar WattsFarrar
4DOxford.Ralph HendersonFarrar
13DPart of a tire.Jules ArensbergFarrar
28DThird rail contact.Roberta MorseFarrar
55DBrogue or loafer.Harold T. BersFarrar
103APart of a brake.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
35AOxford.Dorothy SmithFarrar
93AOxford.Ralph AndersonFarrar
53DCasing of an automobile tire.Roberta MorseFarrar
96DBrake ___.Israel GitterFarrar
59APart of a brake.UnknownFarrar
50DAbode for an old lady.UnknownFarrar
62DTire casing.Herbert EttensonFarrar
127DBrogue.Jules ArensbergFarrar
80APart of a brake.Israel GitterFarrar
84DTire.Alberta N BurtonFarrar
110AMetal band on runner of sled.P. J. LamannaFarrar
101DExternal casing of tire.P. J. LamannaFarrar
34ATire casing.Louis BaronFarrar
101ATire casing.Willard N. JordanFarrar