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90 results for SLOB

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

Sunday, October 15, 2017101AMess makerJohn Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
Monday, July 3, 201724DNeatnik's opposite (8)Randall J. Hartman
Wednesday, February 1, 20176AOne who's slow to pick things up?Matthew Sewell and Jeff Chen
Friday, December 26, 20144DHome wrecker?Patrick Berry
Sunday, April 6, 201432DProblematic roomiePatrick Berry
Thursday, February 27, 201426DChallenging employer for a maidStanley Newman
Thursday, September 26, 201339ANeatnik's opposite (8)Tom Pepper and Victor Barocas
Wednesday, April 24, 20139DOne whose work is not picking up?Clive Probert
Thursday, November 22, 201226DNonideal roommateJoel Fagliano
Tuesday, October 9, 20129ANeatnik's opposite (8)John Guzzetta
Tuesday, June 19, 201213AHardly a natty dresserSteve Riley
Sunday, May 15, 201113ABarney Gumble of "The Simpsons," e.g.Cathy Allis
Friday, April 22, 201118APig (5)Ashton Anderson
Wednesday, March 2, 201148DPerson who uses a sleeve for a napkin, sayDavid Poole
Thursday, October 21, 20104DNeatnik's opposite (8)Dan Naddor
Saturday, November 28, 20095ASty residentKaren M. Tracey
Wednesday, August 12, 200951DOne whose shirttail is always untucked, maybePeter A. Collins & Joe Krozel
Saturday, December 20, 200856DOne likely to leave things out?Brad Wilber
Sunday, November 30, 200837DNo neatnik (3)Richard Silvestri
Friday, April 27, 20075DPerson with no hang-ups?Randolph Ross
Monday, March 27, 20061ANeatnik's opposite (8)Janice M. Putney
Monday, March 20, 200658DNeatnik's opposite (8)Earl W. Reed and Nancy Salomon
Thursday, February 2, 20066ANapkin eschewer, sayByron Walden
Wednesday, February 16, 200518ANo neatnik (3)Richard Silvestri
Sunday, August 29, 200491DUntidy oneManny Nosowsky
Thursday, August 29, 200260ALitter leaverWilliam Schaub
Sunday, May 5, 200215DUndesirable roomiePatrick Berry
Sunday, September 9, 200153APig (5)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Thursday, June 21, 200135ANo neatnik (3)Peter Abide
Monday, June 12, 200050AMessy dresser (2)Andrea C. Michaels
Monday, March 20, 20002DOne whose business isn't picking up? (2)Gregory E. Paul
Monday, December 27, 199931AHardly a neatnik (2)Gregory E. Paul
Friday, August 27, 199955AOne whose business isn't picking up (2)Joe DiPietro
Wednesday, June 9, 199949DNeatnik's opposite (8)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Monday, February 1, 199972AMessy dresser (2)Dorothy Smitonick
Sunday, January 3, 19997DPig (5)Randolph Ross
Monday, September 7, 199857DHardly a neatnik (2)Gregory E. Paul
Sunday, April 26, 199855DVulgarianFran and Lou Sabin
Thursday, December 18, 199714ANeatnik's opposite (8)Cathy Millhauser
Sunday, August 3, 1997103APig (5)Peter Gordon
Sunday, May 4, 19971DHardly a fopManny Nosowsky
Sunday, January 19, 199719ADinner's often on himB. Klahn
Monday, June 5, 19953DNeatnik's counterpartGregory E. Paul
Tuesday, May 30, 199560AUnwelcome roommate, perhapsRichard Hughes
Sunday, May 28, 199578DBachelor, stereotypicallyMatt Gaffney
Friday, October 21, 199430DOscar Madison, e.g.Mark Diehl
Sunday, September 4, 199477ANot a neatnikWayne Robert Williams
Saturday, January 22, 199445DPig (5)Raymond Hamel
Monday, December 20, 199357DPoor fellowNorma Steinberg

1 result for SLOB from Variety puzzles.

April 6, 2008diagramless13DNeatnik's oppositePaula Gamache

40 results for SLOB from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Tuesday, May 18, 199327DOaf; boorWilliam CanineMaleska
Wednesday, December 23, 19926AUntidy personHarold B. CountsMaleska
Saturday, August 31, 199111DNeat freak's oppositeKenneth WitteMaleska
Friday, July 12, 199110ANo fashion plate, heJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Monday, January 21, 19912DSlovenly oneFred TooleMaleska
Friday, December 14, 199023AMessy oneEileen LexauMaleska
Sunday, January 29, 198927ABoorish oneJeanne WilsonMaleska
Monday, September 26, 19881AUntidy personAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Monday, October 19, 19871AOscar in "The Odd Couple"Christopher SherwoodMaleska
Saturday, February 21, 198755DFrowzy oneI. Judah KoolykMaleska
Thursday, November 6, 198650DSlovenly oneEileen LexauMaleska
Sunday, August 3, 198615ABoorish personJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Tuesday, May 14, 198557DOscar Madison, e.g.TangrediMaleska
Wednesday, November 14, 198436AUntidy oneJohn H. HalesMaleska
Monday, September 17, 198468ABoor of a sortDanielsMaleska
Wednesday, May 2, 198456DMessy oneWorthingMaleska
Wednesday, April 18, 198411DBoorRobert KatzMaleska
Tuesday, May 18, 198236AUnkempt oneTap OsbornMaleska
Saturday, December 26, 19811DBoorJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Monday, May 11, 198136ASlovenly personMaloneyMaleska
Wednesday, December 6, 19784ASloven or boorJean J. DavisonMaleska
Sunday, May 29, 197786AVulgarianJoseph J. La FauciMaleska
Thursday, November 11, 197647DBoorJack LuzzattoWeng
Thursday, September 9, 197627DUncouth oneGeorge RaventosWeng
Wednesday, August 11, 19765ABoorish oneSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Monday, June 28, 19761DBoorish oneSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Thursday, August 21, 19751ASlovenly oneJim PageWeng
Wednesday, July 16, 19751AMessy oneDennis ListortWeng
Friday, April 25, 19751DBoorish oneVictor GoldfarbWeng
Friday, December 28, 197330ASlovenly oneUnknownWeng
Saturday, December 30, 197230ASludge of sea iceUnknownWeng
Saturday, April 1, 19721DHuman eyesoreUnknownWeng
Thursday, March 25, 197149DClumsy fellowUnknownWeng
Monday, September 21, 197044ABoorUnknownWeng
Sunday, May 31, 19703DBoorJean ReedWeng
Sunday, January 11, 19709ASlovenly chapJoseph LaFauciWeng
Wednesday, November 5, 196935DBoor.UnknownWeng
Monday, April 26, 195457AMushy ice or snow.John de CuevasFarrar
Sunday, February 24, 1946120DOffensive person: Slang.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
Sunday, June 25, 194479DPalooka.Jonathan CrossFarrar