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255 results for TOAD

91 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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53DMr. with a "Wild Ride" at DisneylandJeff Slutzky and Derek Bowman
52DWarty creature (2)Michael Paleos
71AContemptible sortJeffrey Wechsler
53AFrog and ___ (friends in a children's book series)Andy Kravis and Erik Agard
54A"The Wind in the Willows" creatureJeffrey Wechsler
79APrey for a heron or garter snakeBruce Haight
7DAmphibian that doesn't really cause wartsLynn Lempel
30DVile sortJames Mulhern
81DMr. ___ of "The Wind in the Willows" (2)Patrick Berry
84DRepugnant sortJeremy Newton
5A*Prey for a garter snakeJules P. Markey
16DDespicable oneJoe Krozel
30AHorned ___ (certain lizard)Tom McCoy
39DWarty creature (2)Ian Livengood
30AUgly one (2)Pawel Fludzinski
31ARelative of a frog (3)Ian and Katie Livengood
42AGoose : gaggle :: ___ : knot (2)David Phillips
37DContemptible one (2)Dan Schoenholz
43APod : whale :: knot : ___Todd Gross and David Steinberg
29AGoose : gaggle :: ___ : knot (2)Paul Hunsberger
34DLowly sortJohn Farmer
79DUgly one (2)Freddie Cheng
16ARelative of a frog (3)Bill Thompson
69ACreature known scientifically as Bufo bufoKaren Young Bonin
61D"The Wind in the Willows" hopperEllen Leuschner
12D*Natter, e.g.Victor Barocas
52DFly-catching creatureSarah Keller
32DRepulsive sortGary Steinmehl
65AWarty hopper (4)Lynn Lempel
24AHerd : horse :: knot : ___Karen M. Tracey
68ADisgusting onePaula Gamache
10DDetestable oneMerl Reagle
63AFly catcherJames Sajdak
42DLowly one (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
25DWart cause, in folkloreDavid Pringle
1AIts eye may be part of a witch's brewSarah Keller
124AMoneybags in "The Wind in the Willows"Lynn Lempel
54DLoathsome sortManny Nosowsky
2DRelative of a frog (3)Andrea Carla Michaels
33DMr. ___ of "The Wind in the Willows" (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
50DWart causer, in legendRandall J. Hartman
108DOdious oneCraig Kasper
35APrey for a hognose snakeElizabeth C. Gorski
12DKenneth Grahame's ___ HallAdam G. Perl
102AHopper (4)Harvey Estes
33AHerpetologist's catchGeorge Barany and Michael Shteyman
10ARepulsive oneRandall J. Hartman
28DLand hopperGregory E. Paul
59ACousin of a frogGregory Paul
62DLittle hopper (4)Kendall Twigg and Nancy Salomon
40ANatterjack (2)Manny Nosowsky
57DLoathsome personRichard Silvestri
44DHorse : herd :: ___ : knotEd Early
82ALittle hopper (4)Derrick Niederman
57DWarty hopper (4)James Rogers
6DWarty hopper (4)Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
98AIt takes grubs for grubAlan Arbesfeld
25DHopper (4)Manny Nosowsky
54DLoathsome one (2)Richard Silvestri
16APad sitterJim Page
15AContemptible one (2)Joy L. Wouk
10DSee 10-AcrossJohn Duschatko
7DDespicable sortJoe DiPietro
37ANatterjack (2)Randolph Ross
5DHopper (4)Manny Nosowsky
14DSlimeballJohn Wolting
18A"The Wind in the Willows" character (4)Joy L. Wouk
10DWoodland creatureZack Butler
58ALowly one (2)John Scott Marrone
13DSticky-tongued critterFred Piscop
48DWarty-skinned critterNancy Salomon
36A"The Wind in the Willows" character (4)Gregory E. Paul
19DWarty hopper (4)John Greenman
13DWart-covered creatureThomas W. Schier
55D"The Wind in the Willows" character (4)G. E. Paul
27ARepellent oneM. Ashwood-Smith
35ALoathsome one (2)S. Spadaccini
39ALittle hopper (4)G. E. Paul
44AHopper (4)G. R. Ferguson
35AGaggle:goose::knot:___M. Shenk
35AKenneth Grahame characterEric Albert
27D"The Wind in the Willows" critterDiane C. Baldwin
27AObject of disgustRandolph Ross
26D"The Wind in the Willows' characterRoger H. Courtney
22DMiniature hopperErnie Furtado
3DHorned _____ (lizard)Randall J. Hartman
23AMr. _____ of “The Wind in the Willows”Nancy Joline
59DLittle hopper (4)Rich Norris
51DTailless amphibianD.J. Listort
59A"The Wind in the Willows" character (4)Mary Derderian Brown
7DWart giver, in old wives' talesSidney L. Robbins

2 results for TOAD from Variety puzzles.

Feb 14, 2016panda34APigeon-____ (flying amphibian)Mel Taub
Mar 21, 2010diagramless39ACreature that hibernatesPatrick Blindauer

162 results for TOAD from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

110AFriend of 35 AcrossFrances HansenTaub
29AFrog's cousinPeter GordonMaleska
43DAmphibianAlfio MicciMaleska
70AUgly hopperStanley GlassMaleska
59DContemptible oneBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
25AKind of stoolA. J. SantoraMaleska
24DSpadefootEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
46APeeperWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
6DNatterjackJoy L. WoukMaleska
7DHog-nosed snake's preyChristopher PageMaleska
17A"The Wind in the Willows" heroJames R. BurnsMaleska
67ATree denizenMimi MoodyMaleska
65ARepulsive oneEileen LexauMaleska
2DWart giver?Betty JorgensenMaleska
40DKermit's cousinR. S. JonesMaleska
10DNatterjackLouis SabinMaleska
64ASwamp denizenChristopher SherwoodMaleska
38DSpadefootJohn GreenmanMaleska
49DBufo, e.g.Harold B. CountsMaleska
54AContemptible personBette Sue CohenMaleska
48ABufoBette Sue CohenMaleska
19DBufo, e.g.Judith PerryMaleska
6AHis pad's the pond, at timesJoel D. LafargueMaleska
15ATailless amphibianKathryn RighterMaleska
44ABufo, e.g.HoslerMaleska
46A"The Wind in the Willows" heroJames R. BurnsMaleska
18ATailless amphibianJohn DreyerMaleska
13DWarty amphibianDale O. BurgenerMaleska
47DTailless amphibianJanis HellerMaleska
49ADisgusting personJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
40DAmphibianVirginia L. YatesMaleska
106DHopperKatherine Gould & Chris RemignantiMaleska
46AContemptible onePetschkeMaleska
23AWord with stone or stoolJim ModneyMaleska
45DSalamander's relativeC. J. AngioMaleska
104AAmphibianAlfio MicciMaleska
66DAgua or bufoHerb L. RisteenMaleska
29DPrince in disguiseJudson G. TrentMaleska
18ATailless amphibianEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
65DBufo or aguaBert RosenfieldMaleska
5DAmphibianTap OsbornMaleska
53DBufo or aguaCharles J. MatontiMaleska
11DMarshland hopperBernice GordonMaleska
1AHylaJordan S. LasherMaleska
91DFrog's relativeMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
50DObject of aversionBernice GordonMaleska
20AAgua or bufoCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
37AWord with hop or treeA. J. SantoraMaleska
29AAgua or bufoHerb L. RisteenMaleska
34AAmphibianJohn S. Richter, Sr.Maleska
1ASkunk's preyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
32DAmphibianAlfio MicciMaleska
34DNatterjackJeanette K. BrillMaleska
7DHognose snake's preyYoungMaleska
79DAmphibianYael GaniMaleska
1ATree or hopNancy Scandrett RossWeng
53DHopperThomas W. SchierWeng
16ATree or hopFarrantWeng
11DWarty creatureDeWitt AndersonWeng
18DHateful personJack L. SteinhardtWeng
63AAmphibianSara V. TuckermanWeng
1AContemptible oneJoseph LaFauciWeng
62AKind of stoolLita M. ElversWeng
10AKind of stoolBert BeamanWeng
21DTailless creatureSamuel H. BarkanWeng
35AKind of stoolElizabeth A. YaroWeng
39DKind of stoolUnknownWeng
87AAmphibianDiana SessionsWeng
37DWarty creatureUnknownWeng
66A"Wind in the Willows" characterUnknownWeng
49AKowtowerJoseph LaFauciWeng
35AHateful personJennie LemmoWeng
7DDisagreeable fellowUnknownWeng
12DOne-time princeUnknownWeng
53DTree creature.UnknownWeng
22ATree dweller.UnknownWeng
10D"Wind in the Willows" character.Louise EarnestFarrar
44ARichard III epithet.Arnold MossFarrar
83DHopper.Jean ReedFarrar
29DAmphibian.Leonard SussmanFarrar
46AAmphibian.Christine R. ValenceFarrar
10ANatterjack.Helen FasuloFarrar
20AAmphibian.Thomas E. DevlinFarrar
50DAmphibian.Anne FoxFarrar
37ATadpole's relative.UnknownFarrar
9DTailless amphibian.UnknownFarrar
24ASpring peeper.UnknownFarrar
6DAgua.Anne FoxFarrar
29DSpring peeper.UnknownFarrar
13DAmphibian.Anne FoxFarrar
21AAmphibian.Louise EarnestFarrar
18DSymbol of ugliness.Ed Vander NootFarrar
33DAmphibian.Diana SessionsFarrar
53DMember of genus Bufo.UnknownFarrar
54ANatterjack.Thomas MeekinFarrar
37DLeaping amphibians.UnknownFarrar
30DCriterion of ugliness.Jan DubinFarrar
55DFrog relative.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
124APeeper's cousin.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
25DTadpole's parent.Helen SmathersFarrar
35AAmphibian.Madeline CorseFarrar
30AAmphibian.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
38ATailless amphibian.Louis SabinFarrar
54DAmphibian.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
12DAmphibian.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
41DNatterjack.M. S. ManningFarrar
5ATailless amphibian.Diana SessionsFarrar
61AUgly one.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
57ALittle hopper.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
45DOne of the Bufonidae.Grace HosterFarrar
17ASymbol of ugliness.Martha BrownleeFarrar
31DHopper.Alice CookFarrar
56DAmphibian.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
36ACroaker.S. A. KayFarrar
60DHopper.Roberta MorseFarrar
5AHopper.Roberta MorseFarrar
80ANatterjack.Harold T. BersFarrar
65ACroaker.Helen SmathersFarrar
19DHop ___.Marion MoeserFarrar
52AObject of aversion.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
16DAmphibian.Herbert ArensbergFarrar
41DNatterjack.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
34ATree ___.UnknownFarrar
39AHateful person.Edward BucklerFarrar
55DSymbol of ugliness.UnknownFarrar
43DSpring peeper.UnknownFarrar
95DPuddock.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
43DBatrachian.Hilda E. AllenFarrar
66AAmphibian.Laird C. AddisFarrar
104DBatrachian.D. G. CaywoodFarrar
136AAdult toe biter.Willard N. JordanFarrar
86DNatterjack.Harriot T. CookeFarrar
55A"Squat like a ___, close at the ear of Eve."—Paradise Lost.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar