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38 results for SIMILE

12 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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DateGridClueAuthor
Sunday, March 24, 201314DAs easy as pie, sayDan Schoenholz
Thursday, February 14, 200810DFresh as a daisy, e.g.David J. Kahn
Sunday, October 29, 200677APresenter of a likeness?Elizabeth C. Gorski
Monday, May 22, 200624DCute as a button, for oneEdgar R. Fontaine
Saturday, October 15, 200539DFloat like a butterfly, sayPaula Gamache
Wednesday, June 8, 20052D"Sick as a dog," for instanceRichard Chisholm
Sunday, September 1, 200224AWriter's devicePatrick Berry
Friday, August 18, 200053AComparisonPatrick D. Berry
Wednesday, March 31, 199944AHot as a pistol, e.g.Patrick Jordan
Tuesday, May 19, 199849DPretty as a picture, e.g.William S. Cotter
Tuesday, October 7, 199712DCousin of a metaphorRichard Hughes
Wednesday, May 14, 199729D"My love is like a red, red rose," e.g.Norman S. Wizer

1 result for SIMILE from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
July 31, 2016panda35A"I smile as bright as the sun," e.g.Joel Fagliano

25 results for SIMILE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Thursday, March 25, 199343DA tropeEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Thursday, July 23, 199248DA tropeEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sunday, January 12, 1992129ACheeks like roses, e.g.Barbara SpringerMaleska
Friday, September 27, 19915DOne of the tropesNorma SteinbergMaleska
Sunday, December 30, 199046DMetaphor's cousinNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Thursday, March 22, 199047DHair like silk, e.g.Robert H. WolfeMaleska
Tuesday, December 27, 198832AFigure of speechCohenMaleska
Friday, August 8, 19866DA tropeEli WesoffMaleska
Tuesday, June 23, 198144D"Red as a rose" is oneN. M. MeyerMaleska
Sunday, January 27, 1980117DFigure of speechBert BeamanMaleska
Sunday, September 23, 197919AHard as nails, for oneGeorge Rose SmithMaleska
Monday, January 19, 197646DFigure of speechNorton RhoadesWeng
Sunday, August 5, 197321AAs hot as hell, e.g.Barbara GillisWeng
Saturday, September 19, 197041DPoetic deviceUnknownWeng
Sunday, January 28, 196829DPoetic figure.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tuesday, July 18, 196742A"Cheeks like roses," for example.Helen FasuloFarrar
Sunday, May 7, 196776AComparison.Bert BeamanFarrar
Sunday, September 19, 196547AComparison.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Saturday, July 4, 196451AComparison.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, September 12, 195941A"Hot as Tophet," for example.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 29, 195662AFigure of speech.William S. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Sunday, July 1, 1956105AFigure of speech.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Tuesday, September 27, 195547DRhetorical comparison.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thursday, April 23, 195317A"Snug as a bug," for instance.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, October 18, 194290AImaginative comparison.Willard N. JordanFarrar