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251 results for TIDE

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

59DOcean motion (6)Howard Barkin
34DBest-selling detergent brandFreddie Cheng
1DIt ebbs and flows (3)Jennifer Nutt
25DBeach washer (4)Chuck Deodene
1DFab alternativeBruce Haight
57ACompetitor of WiskEd Sessa
29DBig-selling Procter & Gamble productMark MacLachlan
15AConcern for beachcombersDavid J. Kahn
6A"Style is an option. Clean is not" sloganeerDuncan Kimmel and Clara Williamson
54DSand castle's undoing (2)Michael Hawkins
61AName that completes the old slogan "Dirt can't hide from Intensified ___"Bruce Haight
51DIt comes in wavesJoel Fagliano
12DSand castle's undoing (2)Gareth Bain
62ALifeguard's concernAlex Vratsanos
44ADaily riser (2)A Namesake of 119-Across
35D'Bama, with "the"Dan Schoenholz
48DBeach washer (4)Adam G. Perl
27AIt may be turned against youJeff Dubner
107DSurfer's concernDaniel A. Finan
33AEffect of the moon's gravityEllen Leuschner
62AOcean motion (6)MaryEllen Uthlaut
55AShore washerEd Sessa
124ALunar effect (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
30ASubject of some tablesRichard Silvestri
20AGeophysics topicDavid Quarfoot
38AMariner's datumWarren Biro
21AProcter & Gamble best sellerGail Grabowski
1DTrendBrad Wilber
43ACheer competitorSteven Ginzburg
51D"The washday miracle" sloganeer, once (2)Robert H. Wolfe
36ABeach washer (4)Richard Silvestri
50DPeriodic riserDavid Quarfoot
36ABrand with a giant target in its logoKelly Clark
75DMarigraph activatorRichard Silvestri
52DTendency, as of eventsPhilip C. Ordway
105DRushCon Pederson
108DMotion in the oceanJoe DiPietro
63DCause of shore erosionLyell Rodieck
65AIt ebbs and flows (3)Barry C. Silk
64AOcean motion (6)Nancy Kavanaugh
4D"The washday miracle" sloganeer, once (2)Seth A. Abel
27DSeashore washerMichael Doran
4DBeach eroderSherry O. Blackard
1AOcean motion (6)Harvey Estes
48DNeap, e.g.Barry Silk
5DIt turns eventuallyManny Nosowsky
111DBeachcomber's concernElizabeth C. Gorski
56DLunar effect (2)Peter Sarrett
65AIt ebbs and flows (3)Sarah Keller
7DAn almanac lists its highs and lowsGregory E. Paul
51AIt rolls inBrendan Emmett Quigley
64A"The ___ stayeth for no man": William CamdenElizabeth C. Gorski
35ADaily riser (2)Bob Peoples
29DSweeping forceJoe DiPietro
29ACourse of eventsHenry Hook
51DAlmanac topicFran and Lou Sabin
105D"...under the whelming ___": MiltonNancy Salomon
24DBeach washer (4)Cynthia Joy Higgins
58DOcean motion (6)Gregory E. Paul
55DOcean motion (6)Nancy Salomon and Bob Klahn
48DBeach sweeperJohn D. Leavy
53DCoastal flooding factorStephanie Spadaccini
50A___ over (carry through)Patrick Jordan
36DBay of Fundy featureG. E. Paul
137AProcter & Gamble brand since 1947R. Norris
52DProcter & Gamble brandM. Nosowsky
58DTime's partnerB. Jorgensen
66AAjax rivalMatt Gaffney
15AIt's controlled by the moonFran & Lou Sabin
31DIt comes after EasterCoral Amende
7DEbb, e.g.Sidney L. Robbins
31DCause of beach erosionSidney L. Robbins
117AWave makerCharles M. Deber

178 results for TIDE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

24AThis won't waitRobert DillmanMaleska
56DNeap or ebbJim PageMaleska
1AAlabama's Crimson ___Ernie FurtadoMaleska
43ASpring or floodBetty HinmanMaleska
37DFlood or springEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
57DNeap or ebb followerAlbert J. KlausMaleska
15ABeachcomber's concernJune A. BoggsMaleska
13ANeap or ebbPatterson PeppleMaleska
90DFlood or springLawrence M. RheingoldMaleska
41AOcean motionRobert H. WolfeMaleska
57DA nonwaiterBert H. KruseMaleska
59AOcean motionAlbert J. KlausMaleska
56DEbb is onePeter SwiftMaleska
8DOcean motionRichard SilvestriMaleska
3DEbb and flowLois SidwayMaleska
69AIt's caused by lunar attractionBetty JorgensenMaleska
30DNeap, e.g.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
46DThis can turnDaniel GirardiMaleska
73AA waiter for no manRobert KatzMaleska
53DFamed non-waiterBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
1AThis may turnJoel D. LafargueMaleska
11DThis might be redRobert O. DillmanMaleska
36A" . . . call of the running ___": MasefieldNancy JolineMaleska
59DHelmsman's concernDaniel GirardiMaleska
10D'Bama's Crimson ___William CanineMaleska
12DFlood or springDorothy SmitonickMaleska
61AFlood, e.g.Jesse RoarkeMaleska
12DTime's fellow travelerDorothy SmitonickMaleska
14ASpring or floodArthur W. PalmerMaleska
13DSpring is oneRobert H. WolfeMaleska
16AFlow; surgeChristy RidleyMaleska
43DCompanion of timeJoy L. WoukMaleska
7DBay of Fundy phenomenonKenneth WitteMaleska
54DOcean motionEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
66ABay of Fundy featureJudson G. TrentMaleska
11DFlood or springNancy McCarthyMaleska
56DFlood is oneH. Hastings ReddallMaleska
19DOcean motionWarren W. ReichMaleska
11DTime's partnerWillemain O. CableMaleska
60DRip or floodBrett A. BlaylockMaleska
43ANeap or floodArthur W. PalmerMaleska
61ATime's partnerJames R. BurnsMaleska
41AStrong trendWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
58AMarine angler's concernEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
16AFundy phenomenonArthur M. WhelanMaleska
37AOcean motionMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
58DSometime follower of springMaloneyMaleska
67AEbb or neapJeanette K. BrillMaleska
54DSkipper's concernRobert KatzMaleska
10DOne of two nonwaitersJohnsonMaleska
13DNeap or ebbWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
22ASpring followerWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
56DOcean movementJim ModneyMaleska
65AThis has its highs and lowsLouis SabinMaleska
53ADrift of eventsJean J. DavisonMaleska
52DFerryman's concernTap OsbornMaleska
38ALuna governs itBensonMaleska
48DEbb or neapJudson G. TrentMaleska
33AClammer's concernJeanette K. BrillMaleska
107ACoastal phenomenonWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
64ASecond of a restless pairJay LivingstonMaleska
49DOcean phenomenonWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
18DSurge of a sortTap OsbornMaleska
25DDrift of eventsA. J. SantoraMaleska
54DCanute's proof of his limitationsStanley GlassMaleska
55AWord with land or waterWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
44ATime's partnerJohnsonMaleska
51DLuna affects itWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
52DSpring or floodWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
46DFlood or springLucile H. BowersWeng
64DFlood or neapHigginsWeng
11DCritical periodMarjorie PedersenWeng
65ACurrentGeorge MadridWeng
70DTime's partnerFrances HansenWeng
41DHigh, low or springJohn PrytzWeng
10ANeptune's concernMaura B. JacobsonWeng
21ABay of Fundy's claim to fameElaine D. SchorrWeng
44AWord with YuleAnthony B. CanningWeng
42ASea phenomenonUnknownWeng
66ATurn the ___UnknownWeng
55DIt doesn't waitUnknownWeng
32DNeap or ebbUnknownWeng
50DTurn the ___UnknownWeng
15ASurmount, with "over"UnknownWeng
53DEbb or ripUnknownWeng
12DSpring or neapUnknownWeng
62ACurrentJennie LemmoWeng
29DTime's companion.UnknownWeng
49ALow or ebb.UnknownWeng
49DNeap or rip.UnknownWeng
43AOne of a non-waiting pair.UnknownFarrar
50AFlood waters.UnknownFarrar
23ACrimson ___.UnknownFarrar
50ATime's companion.George LaczkoFarrar
13DTime's partner.Helen FasuloFarrar
32DTime's partner.Sara V. TuckermanFarrar
106DThe mainstream.A. J. SantoraFarrar
25DOcean phenomenon.UnknownFarrar
53DSkipper's concern.UnknownFarrar
4D___ over.Sidney LambertFarrar
57D___ over.UnknownFarrar
12DFlood waters.UnknownFarrar
32DTime's partner.UnknownFarrar
70APrefix with land or water.Diana SessionsFarrar
12DCompanion of time.UnknownFarrar
54DCurrent.Diana SessionsFarrar
50DTime's partner.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
49DStream or current.UnknownFarrar
68ACompanion of time.UnknownFarrar
3DTime's companion.UnknownFarrar
60DHelp along (with "over").Brice MetcalfeFarrar
13DEbb and flow.Thomas MeekinFarrar
96ABeach phenomenon.Harold T. BersFarrar
7DCoastal angler's concern.UnknownFarrar
7DEbb and flow.UnknownFarrar
96DRise and fall.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
31DNoted non-waiter.UnknownFarrar
47DHelp along (with "over").UnknownFarrar
55DEbb or flood.UnknownFarrar
16ATurn the ___ (change conditions).UnknownFarrar
32DStream.Ann GerlachFarrar
46ANeap or ebb.A. J. SantoraFarrar
13ATendency of events.Bernice GordonFarrar
58DSurge.S. A. KayFarrar
78AInflow or outflow.Sidney LambertFarrar
49ACurrent.Helen FasuloFarrar
61AGround swell.Harold T. BersFarrar
90DSurge.Marion MoeserFarrar
31AIt waits for no man.M. S. ManningFarrar
127DStream.Herbert EttensonFarrar
30DHelp along (with "over").Bernice GordonFarrar
43AFlood or ebb.UnknownFarrar
23ARise and fall.Jules ArensbergFarrar
70DStream.Marjorie ConnellyFarrar
86ANotable non-waiter.Harold T. BersFarrar
48DIncoming water.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
24AIt comes in the affairs of men.Thomas MeekinFarrar
39ATime's fellow traveler.UnknownFarrar
52ACurrent.Cora GoodmanFarrar
141AFlow of the sea.Herbert EttensonFarrar
77AThe Crimson ___.Harold T. BersFarrar
54DOne of two proverbially bad waiters.UnknownFarrar
10ARise and fall.UnknownFarrar
22DStream or current.UnknownFarrar
93AFlood ___.Ralph AndersonFarrar
25AStream or current.UnknownFarrar
9DOpportune time.Charles CrossFarrar
56DBay of Fundy phenomenon.UnknownFarrar
76DSeason: Comb. form.E. T. WebsterFarrar
10DCurrent.Thomas MeekinFarrar
43AThis waits for no man.Edward BarnettFarrar
85AEbb and flow.Thomas MeekinFarrar
130DCarry through.Louis JenkinsFarrar
97ASailor's timetable.Louis JenkinsFarrar
60AEbb and flow.Willard N. JordanFarrar
96DStream: Poet.Willard N. JordanFarrar
9DCarry through.Hugh P. EvansFarrar
70D"That ever lived in the ___ of times"—Julius Caesar.Alma TalleyFarrar