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230 results for STEAM

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

13DPrepare, as musselsCraig Stowe
6DSauna sightBruce Haight
44ATick off (6)Martin Ashwood-Smith
8DSauna feature (2)Daniel Larsen
10DWhistle blower?Martin Ashwood-Smith
59DMirror buildup, at timesJim Holland and Jeff Chen
14DTick off (6)David Phillips
53DEarly car powererFreddie Cheng
40DOld-fashioned letter openerBarry C. Silk
52DCook, as dim sumNed White
13DManhole emanationHerre Schouwerwou
5AIron settingJoe Krozel
69AWhat comes out of an angry person's ears in cartoonsGerry Wildenberg
26DTick off (6)Gareth Bain
20AMomentum, informallyJosh Knapp
47AReally tick offJoe Krozel
80DTick off (6)Kay Anderson
13DGood thing to build up or blow offMichael Barnhart
70ABoiling indicationPaula Gamache
97AEnergy sourceJoon Pahk and Matt Matera
51DPressing need? (3)Barry C. Silk & Doug Peterson
27APressing need? (3)Daniel C. Bryant
55DHeating choiceSteven Ginzburg
5DTick off (6)Matt Ginsberg
28DGeyser's emissionRandall J. Hartman
23APower for Robert FultonBernice Gordon
9AEnvelope openerJim Page
5DCook, as broccoliPatrick Blindauer
27AHead of ___Henry Hook
32DRobert Fulton power sourceStanley Newman
71ASauna feature (2)Kendall Twigg and Nancy Salomon
7DIf you're tired, you've lost itJoe DiPietro
1ACertain iron settingSarah Keller
101APressing need? (3)Seth A. Abel
3DCooking methodCathy Millhauser
58ACook, as clams (2)Norma Johnson and Nancy Salomon
12DIt may be let offNancy Salomon and Bill Zais
44AFulton's power (2)Holden Baker
24DIt may be picked up or let offGilbert H. Ludwig
46ASomething to let offDavid J. Kahn
85DIt may have a headJoe DiPietro
36DCook, as clams (2)Nancy Salomon
52DLetter opener, at timesMatt Gaffney
47DRecipe directionWesley R. Johnson
35DMiffRandolph Ross
6ATee off (2)Gilbert H. Ludwig
66AKind of bath or boatManny Nosowsky
4DKind of cleaningJanet R. Bender
52DFulton's power (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
7DEnergy for FultonElizabeth C. Gorski
9DWord with iron or bathDavid J. Kahn
90ALetter opener?F. Hansen
27DPower source for FultonR. Norris
55AIrkR. Max Hopkins
93APot emissionM. Reagle
44AKind of heatM. Gaffney
64ACalliope powerErnie Furtado
5D“Cannonball” propellantMartin Ashwood-Smith
9DBe plenty madSidney L. Robbins
23AMirror foggerChristopher Hurt
10DRobert Fulton's powerRich Norris
58AGeyser sightFrank A. Longo
6ATee off (2)Randolph Ross
25DIt may come in a headMartin Schneider
1DTick off (6)Manny Nosowsky

1 result for STEAM from Variety puzzles.

May 25, 2014cryptic26AStop hoarding a source of energy (5)Richard Silvestri

164 results for STEAM from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

63APower sourceEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
42AWhat inspired WattDorothea E. ShippMaleska
19AVaporJoy L. WoukMaleska
10DPower for a side-wheelerTap OsbornMaleska
5DWatt's fuelNorma SteinbergMaleska
30DGlue neutralizerJesse RoarkeMaleska
6DWhat inspired WattRobert W. SturgesMaleska
65APrepare butter clamsBetty JorgensenMaleska
68AWatt power!John RussellMaleska
62DIron or shovel precederFrances HansenMaleska
24AWhat inspired WattChristy RidleyMaleska
36DWhat inspired WattJoy L. WoukMaleska
5AWhat inspired WattArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
58ALetter openerCharles B. WaffellMaleska
48APowerChristopher PageMaleska
7ADriving forceBernice GordonMaleska
5ADriving forceFrank GearyMaleska
6DA means of powerJesse RoarkeMaleska
3DCook clamsEmory H. CainMaleska
31AKettle emissionNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
1DWord with iron or tableNancy JolineMaleska
48DExhalationPeter SwiftMaleska
93APowerBert H. KruseMaleska
1ABoiler productKathryn RighterMaleska
5AA power sourceKathryn RighterMaleska
5A"___ Heat" from "Pajama Game"Bette Sue CohenMaleska
28DWord with boat or tableJudson G. TrentMaleska
69DInvisible vaporRichard SilvestriMaleska
39DSauna emissionJohn GreenmanMaleska
33ABecome irateArthur W. PalmerMaleska
54DCookbook directionLouis SabinMaleska
35AVaporJim ModneyMaleska
5AEnergy sourceBeverly J. SewardMaleska
12DFulton's energy sourceRemleyMaleska
9AWord with boat or shipWhittenMaleska
1DWhat inspired WattBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
12DWord with bath or boatLouise EarnestMaleska
82ALose one's coolWilliam H. FordMaleska
41APower sourceAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
73DKind of bath or boatBert RosenfieldMaleska
46AWhat inspired WattA. J. SantoraMaleska
49ADriving forceBensonMaleska
13AGo by sidewheelerKay SullivanMaleska
37DHeating mediumJordan S. LasherMaleska
3DPower for some trainsJim ModneyMaleska
6DVaporWilliam JarvisMaleska
29DWhat saunas featureJeanette K. BrillMaleska
69ASomething to get upJean J. DavisonMaleska
49DFeature of a saunaHassingerMaleska
1AKind of engine or ironBrumbauchMaleska
37DPower Noah didn't haveJack LuzzattoMaleska
47DRoller or boatJudson G. TrentMaleska
28DGet roaring madC. J. AngioMaleska
12DSauna featureGrace FabbroniMaleska
30DType of heatJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
23D"Clermont" powerAnn JenkinsMaleska
23AKind of boat or ironJack LuzzattoMaleska
71DWhat inspired WattEugene T. MaleskaWeng
148AVisible vaporAnne FoxWeng
5APrepare clamsBert H. KruseWeng
19AClermont's power sourceJordan S. LasherWeng
4DWatt’s concernReginald L. JohnsonWeng
14DSomething to let offDorothea E. ShippWeng
4DKind of shovelBert BeamanWeng
51ALet off ___Mary DormanWeng
10DLetter-opener, at timesRobin D. MayerWeng
49DArouse, with "up"John WilligWeng
117DJames Watt’s fieldA. J. SantoraWeng
5AEnergy sourceUnknownWeng
5AWay to cookUnknownWeng
57DKind of bathUnknownWeng
1APrepare clamsJoseph LaFauciWeng
1APre-diesel powerUnknownWeng
49DJames Watt's mediumUnknownWeng
23DRoller or fitterEdward J. O'BrienWeng
69APower sourceUnknownWeng
1ALetter-opener for somePhilip K.-YouritzinWeng
5DKind of bathUnknownWeng
5AType of table.UnknownWeng
26ASource of heat.UnknownWeng
5APower source.UnknownWeng
31DForce: Colloq.W. E. JonesFarrar
16DCook, in a way.UnknownFarrar
44ACook, in a way.UnknownFarrar
44ASource of power.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
22ASource of power.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
28AFeature of 53 Down.William LutwiniakFarrar
54DSource of power.William LandisFarrar
21DCook, in a way.UnknownFarrar
1DSource of power.UnknownFarrar
38A___ roller.W. E. JonesFarrar
31APower for the Clermont.W. E. JonesFarrar
24DPower: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
26DSource of power.UnknownFarrar
84DExhalation.Hume R. CraftFarrar
45D___ roller.W. E. JonesFarrar
8DOne kind of 56 Across.Louise EarnestFarrar
119AVapor.John ByrneFarrar
64AEnergy: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
13DA type of bath.Will WengFarrar
67APower: Colloq.Michael DubinFarrar
1AImpetus.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
29DVapor.Cora GoodmanFarrar
45APower: Colloq.Lois HillisFarrar
24DPower.Sidney LambertFarrar
6ASource of power.UnknownFarrar
11DVapor.Threba JohnsonFarrar
8DWater above 212 deg. F.UnknownFarrar
51APower: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
26ASource of power.UnknownFarrar
5ASource of heat.UnknownFarrar
5DVariety of heat.UnknownFarrar
27DCook in a certain way.UnknownFarrar
41ASource of heat.UnknownFarrar
33DSource of energy.UnknownFarrar
44AType of iron.UnknownFarrar
32DEngine power.S. A. KayFarrar
25DPower.Charles C. AllenFarrar
50DPower source.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
90AWhat interested Watt.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
85AForce: Colloq.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
67AMotive power.W. E. JonesFarrar
21DClermont's power.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
33DPower: Colloq.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
7AWater vapor.Churchill SatterleeFarrar
5ATurbine power.Anthony MorseFarrar
31DKind of motive power.W. E. JonesFarrar
41AEnergy.Hamilton BidwellFarrar
31DCook.Sidney LambertFarrar
46APower.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
24DEnergy.Herbert EttensonFarrar
19ALocomotive power.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
45AChug.Jules ArensbergFarrar
55DReplacement of sailing vessels.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
29DWhat inspired Watt.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
35APiped utility in New York City.Thomas MeekinFarrar
40APower.Louis BaronFarrar
13DEnergy: Colloq.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
50APower.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
26APiped product in New York City.Thomas MeekinFarrar
36AA heating system.George HendersonFarrar
38ASource of power.Herbert EttensonFarrar
70ABranch of the seafaring profession.UnknownFarrar
95DPhenomenon of Fulton's Folly.Ralph AndersonFarrar
31DJames Watt’s specialty.UnknownFarrar
36DPower for Fulton's "Clermont."Robert HeglerFarrar
41APower used by "The Clermont," Aug. 11, 1807.Charles CrossFarrar
35DVapor.Harold T. BersFarrar
40AWinter warmth, by pipeline.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
90AEnergy.Thomas MeekinFarrar
129DJames Watt's ___ engine.Louis BaronFarrar
45DPower.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
19DEnergy.P. Joseph LamannaFarrar
46DReek.S. A. KayFarrar
57DShip's power.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
64APower used in the Clermont.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar