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353 results for UPON

97 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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14AInformed about (2)David J. Kahn
23DAtop (12)Susan Gelfand
16AShortly afterMark Diehl
10A"Once ___ a time ..." (2)Dan Margolis
40A"When You Wish ___ a Star"Zhouqin Burnikel
114DFamiliar with (5)Matt Ginsberg
44DKnowing all aboutEllen Leuschner and Jeff Chen
39A"___ the Housetop" (Christmas song)Patrick Berry
38DAgreed-___ (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley and Joel Fagliano
59D___ reflection (3)Timothy Polin
113AAtop (12)Timothy Polin
2DAcquainted withJason Flinn
2DOver (7)Jeff Stillman
88A"It Came ___ a Midnight Clear"Joel Fagliano
68AIn the know aboutKurt Mueller
15AAtop (12)Jules P. Markey
49AHip toMartin Ashwood-Smith
15AAu courant aboutElizabeth C. Gorski
28A"___ further review ..."Gary Cee
5DWell versed in (2)Gene Newman
25D"___ my honor!"Gareth Bain
13DOver (7)Alan Arbesfeld
53DAtop (12)Oliver Hill
33DKnowledgeable ofChuck Deodene
10DPart of many British place namesBrad Wilber
15ASecond word of many fairy talesJoon Pahk
3DAgreed ___ (2)Barry Boone
56DSecond word in many a fairy talePaula Gamache
43AInformed about (2)Michael Langwald
15A"___ my word!"Sarah Keller
55DApprised ofElizabeth C. Gorski
24DWord in some British place namesDavid Quarfoot
52DFamiliar with (5)Elayne Cantor and Nancy Salomon
34DAtop (12)Steve Kahn
19AKnowledgeable about (3)Patrick Merrell
58DStratford-___-Avon (2)Barry C. Silk
57DKnowing, slangilyKevan Choset
25AInformed ofDavid J. Kahn
32AAware of (3)Alan Arbesfeld
36DOver (7)Robert H. Wolfe
28DWell-versed in (2)Kurt Mengel
61AAbreast of (5)Ed Early
18DStraddlingBrendan Emmett Quigley
32AAt the time of (2)Craig Kasper
65AAware of (3)Alan Arbesfeld
52DAtop (12)Judy Cole
17DAware of (3)David J. Kahn
21AConversant with (2)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
34DAbreast of (5)Jerry E. Rosman
21DAtop (12)Gregory E. Paul
40DAbreast of (5)Manny Nosowsky
2DFairy tale's second word (2)Peter Gordon
22DOver (7)Richard Hughes
39DAtop (12)Janice M. Putney
21DVersed in (2)Michael Shteyman
112DFamiliar with (5)Patrick Berry
6D"___ the Roof" (Drifters hit)Elizabeth C. Gorski
57DFamiliar with (5)Greg Staples
12DKnowing about (2)David J. Kahn
53DAbreast of (5)Manny Nosowsky
15AAbreast of (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
16AConversant with (2)Greg Staples
14ARead ___ (study)Robert B. Baker
19DOver (7)Manny Nosowsky
37DAtop (12)Zack Butler
54DAt the time of (2)Roger Barkan
112DVersed in (2)Joe DiPietro
56ACurrent withNancy Salomon
22A"___ the Roof" (1963 hit) (2)Richard Silvestri
35DVery soon afterRich Norris
2DStratford-___-Avon (2)Gregory E. Paul
28DAtop (12)Cathy Millhauser
27DFamiliar with (5)Randolph Ross
59D___ reflection (3)Elizabeth C. Gorski
67AAtop (12)Gregory E. Paul
6DWell-informed aboutNancy Schuster
14ADrifters' "___ the Roof"Gregory E. Paul
20A___ reflection (3)Matt Gaffney
54D"Once ___ a time..." (2)Daniel Halfen
16AFairy tale's second word (2)Peter Gordon
2D"___ the housetop..." (Christmas lyric)Stephanie Spadaccini
15AStratford-Avon linkFred Piscop
1DToppingR. Silvestri
52DIt follows onceD. Kahn
73AKnowledgeable about (3)Bob Klahn
15AOnce followerRich Norris
2DOn top ofSidney L. Robbins
47AKnowledgeable about (3)Wayne Robert Williams
19DDirectly overTimothy S. Lewis
15AWell briefed aboutMartin Ashwood-Smith
56DAtop (12)Jonathan Schmatzbach
27DSavvy aboutEd Early
18D"_____ the Roof" (1963 hit) (2)Betty Jorgensen
46DOver (7)Norman S. Wizer
44AChance _____ (meet accidentally)Betty Jorgensen
50AOver (7)Manny Nosowsky
23DKnowing about (2)A.J. Santora

256 results for UPON from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

14AMountedJoel DavajanTaub
49DWell-versedAlex K. JustinTaub
44AAtopEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
53DImmediately afterKevin BoyleMaleska
59D"___ my word!"Nancy Nicholson JolineMaleska
6DAtopMichael A. RampinoMaleska
32DAtopAlbert J. KlausMaleska
15A"Once ___ a midnight dreary"Evelyn BenshoofMaleska
18ASecond word of a fairy taleJoy L. WoukMaleska
75AInformed aboutEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
59DAu courantWilliam CanineMaleska
10AOverChristy RidleyMaleska
16AOn topSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
16AKnowledgeable aboutRobert KatzMaleska
54DWell versed inWilliam CanineMaleska
15AInformed aboutJim PageMaleska
2D"Once ___ a midnight . . . ": PoeDon GroatMaleska
33A"Once ___ a time . . . "Jeanne WilsonMaleska
7D"Once ___ a time . . . "Arthur S. VerdescaMaleska
12DAtopArthur W. PalmerMaleska
30DBone ___ (study)Peter SwiftMaleska
85AAtopPeter SwiftMaleska
26DWell versed inWilson McBeathMaleska
7DFamiliar withRichard SilvestriMaleska
72AAtopGayle DeanMaleska
3DFollower of here or therePatterson PeppleMaleska
37DWell-informed aboutJean J. DavisonMaleska
2DSecond word of a fairy taleNancy JolineMaleska
42AAu courantArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
33DWell informed aboutWilliam CanineMaleska
18AFairy-tale wordAsnasMaleska
64A"Once ___ . . . "Mary S. SnyderMaleska
58DIn the knowEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
14A"___ the Roof," 1963 tuneJohn GreenmanMaleska
52DFollower of 54 DownLouis SabinMaleska
11DInformed ofWillemain O. CableMaleska
38A" . . . ___ a painted ocean": ColeridgeR. S. JonesMaleska
2DFairy tale's second wordEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
11DAtopShirley SolowayMaleska
2D"___ the Roof," 1962 songRashMaleska
16A" . . . and ___ this rock . . . "Joy L. WoukMaleska
28DWell versed inCharles EnglerMaleska
19A"___ my word!"Judson G. TrentMaleska
62AWell informed aboutIrene SmullyanMaleska
26DFairy tale's second wordPeter SwiftMaleska
19AWell-informed aboutWilliam CanineMaleska
12D"Once ___ . . . "Shirley SolowayMaleska
41AOn top ofSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
43ACome ___ (find)William CanineMaleska
57DBedtime-story wordRobert KatzMaleska
14AIn the knowMerryl MaleskaMaleska
58AConversant withEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
59ASurmountingEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
11DIn the knowJudson G. TrentMaleska
43DAtopLouis BaronMaleska
53AFamiliar withJames R. BurnsMaleska
57AOnce followerMarjorie PedersenMaleska
58DIn the knowMaverMaleska
104AOne-___ (superior to)Elaine D. SchorrMaleska
10ASecond word in "The Raven"Warren W. ReichMaleska
62ADouble prepositionPeter G. SnowMaleska
59DVersed inJohn R. ProsserMaleska
16DWell versed inRobert H. WolfeMaleska
57D" . . . alone ___ the house top": Psalm 102Lois SidwayMaleska
16AFrequent follower of "Once"RogersMaleska
10AInformed aboutBob BermanMaleska
41AInformed aboutNorman S. WizerMaleska
52DInformed ofHenry HookMaleska
47A"Once ___ a time . . . "Christy RidleyMaleska
47DAtopLois SidwayMaleska
27DFrequent follower of onceGeorge P. SphicasMaleska
61A"Once ___ a time . . . "Richard E. DempseyMaleska
31D"Climb ___ my knee . . . "Mel RosenMaleska
65A"Once ___ a midnight dreary . . . "RaeMaleska
3DVersed inLouise EarnestMaleska
66A"___ my word!"Mary Virginia OrnaMaleska
14AAtopBernice GordonMaleska
10A"With it"Judson G. TrentMaleska
38DWell-versed inJordan S. LasherMaleska
14AInformed aboutWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
6DBetween once and a timeC. J. AngioMaleska
59AIn the knowArmstrongMaleska
3DBrowning's "Calydon ___ Setebos"William LutwiniakMaleska
20AWell-informedTap OsbornMaleska
34DIn the knowA. J. SantoraMaleska
47DSecond word of a fairy taleKathryn RighterMaleska
63ASet ___ (attack)Herb L. RisteenMaleska
55AWell informed aboutJeanette K. BrillMaleska
3DSecond word of a fairy taleHerb L. RisteenMaleska
81AAtopJordan S. LasherMaleska
22AWell versed inHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
55DAtopEvelyn B. RosenthalWeng
55D"Once ___ a . . . "Hallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
17DWell-informedJean J. DavisonWeng
8DAtopR. KaplanWeng
52D"Once ___ a . . . "R. KaplanWeng
113AAstrideGeorge Rose SmithWeng
3DSet ___ (attack)Herb L. RisteenWeng
30APrepositionNorma HitchWeng
17AWish ___ a starSteeleWeng
7DBone ___ (cram)Evelyn BenshoofWeng
42A“Once ___ a . . . ”Sidney L. RobbinsWeng
50D“It came ___ the midnight . . . ”Daniel GirardiWeng
56DPrepositionRuth N. SchultzWeng
1A“Once ___ a midnight . . . ”George RaventosWeng
2DWell-informedSophie FiermanWeng
28DAtopMaura B. JacobsonWeng
88A“Once ___ a . . . ”Joseph LaFauciWeng
16AAtopAlice H. KaufmanWeng
2DBrush ___ (practice)H. M. KennedyWeng
16AFamiliar withBert H. KruseWeng
50DTake ___ oneselfGeorge LaczkoWeng
18DBrush ___ (practice)Sidney L. RobbinsWeng
2DAt the time ofElizabeth M. QuackenbushWeng
129D“___ my word”Charles BaronWeng
28DBrush ___ (review)UnknownWeng
16A“Once ___ a . . . ”UnknownWeng
26DIn contact withUnknownWeng
54DSee 41 DownUnknownWeng
10ASecond word of "The Raven"UnknownWeng
17A"Once ___ a midnight . . . "UnknownWeng
16A" . . . wish ___ a star"UnknownWeng
15A"___ my word!"UnknownWeng
63D"Once ___ a time . . . "Henry V. StrakaWeng
65DPrepositionMary M. MurdochWeng
6DIn the knowUnknownWeng
63APrepositionAnne FoxWeng
8DFairy-tale wordUnknownWeng
32AWell informedUnknownWeng
14APart of a fairy tale intro.UnknownWeng
61ABetween once and a.UnknownWeng
41AOnce ___ . . .UnknownWeng
3DFairy-tale word.UnknownWeng
101DPrepositionCornelia WarrinerWeng
2DAu courant.Arthur SchulmanWeng
14APart of a fairy tale beginning.UnknownWeng
54DOnce ___ a time.UnknownWeng
3DImmediately after.UnknownFarrar
15AAt the risk of.UnknownFarrar
47ACome ___ (discover).UnknownFarrar
15AVery soon after.UnknownFarrar
39DAfter which.UnknownFarrar
23ABone ___.Louise EarnestFarrar
60AVery soon after.UnknownFarrar
55DAtop.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
16AWell versed in: Colloq.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
3DFamiliar with.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
40DCome ___.Leonard SussmanFarrar
7DAtop.Louis SabinFarrar
16ACome ___.William LutwiniakFarrar
37DPreposition.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
6DWell versed in: Colloq.Samuel K. FliegnerFarrar
2DWell versed in: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
49DWell versed in: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
28D___ my word!UnknownFarrar
131DAtop.B. A. HeimbinderFarrar
44AOn top.UnknownFarrar
35DIn answer to.Leonard SussmanFarrar
14A___ my word!UnknownFarrar
34DStudy ___.UnknownFarrar
34AWord with there and where.UnknownFarrar
34DHep to.UnknownFarrar
53DCome ___ (encounter).UnknownFarrar
8DSupported by.UnknownFarrar
34DCome ___.UnknownFarrar
48DWell versed in.Jean ReedFarrar
102AVery soon after.Tom MixonFarrar
15AOn top of.Thomas MeekinFarrar
22DWord used with there and where.UnknownFarrar
15A___ my word!UnknownFarrar
75AWell versed in: Colloq.Sidney LambertFarrar
23AOver.Jules ArensbergFarrar
2DWell informed: Colloq.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
33A___ my word.UnknownFarrar
62AFrown ___.UnknownFarrar
37AOn top of.UnknownFarrar
46ACome ___ (meet with).UnknownFarrar
86DAtop.Jules ArensbergFarrar
44DWell versed in: Colloq.S. A. KayFarrar
39A___ the whole (in view of all the circumstances.).UnknownFarrar
14DCome ___.Herbert LyleFarrar
52D___ my word!UnknownFarrar
25ACome ___ (find).UnknownFarrar
33DWell versed in.UnknownFarrar
15ASmile ___ (regard with favor).UnknownFarrar
59ACome ___ (meet by accident).UnknownFarrar
2DWell-versed in: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
50ACome ___ (meet by accident).UnknownFarrar
5D___ my word! (truly!)UnknownFarrar
36ACome ___ (meet by accident).UnknownFarrar
15A___ my word! (really!).Walt ClarkFarrar
9DCome ___ (meet by accident).Grace HosterFarrar
58DSet ___ (assail).UnknownFarrar
49DCome ___ (meet by accident).UnknownFarrar
11DAbove.Martha BrownleeFarrar
7DAbove.Sidney LambertFarrar
24AWell versed in: Colloq.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
12DWell versed in: Colloq.H. L. RisteenFarrar
57A___ my word! (indeed!).Roberta MorseFarrar
34APreposition.H. L. RisteenFarrar
31DPreposition.H. L. RisteenFarrar
37AWell versed in: Colloq.UnknownFarrar
56D___ my word!Thomas J. VarnerFarrar
43ACome ___ (meet by accident).Thomas MeekinFarrar
54D"___ my word!"UnknownFarrar
2DFix ___ (choose).Helen FasuloFarrar
41AAtop.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
26DAbove.Louis SabinFarrar
34AResting on.Elsie BishopFarrar
45ACome ___ (meet by accident).Sidney LambertFarrar
89DOnce ___ a time.Thomas MeekinFarrar
2DFamiliar with: Colloq.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
56DPut ___ (victimized).Thomas MeekinFarrar
15DSet ___ (assail).Roberta MorseFarrar
22A"It came ___ a midnight clear . . . "UnknownFarrar
47ASecond word of fairy tales.Herbert EttensonFarrar
59ATwo prepositions in one.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
96DAtop.Harold T. BersFarrar
20DSecond word of "The Raven."Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
92AWith no interval after.Charles CrossFarrar
14ASecond word of “The Raven.”UnknownFarrar
16AIn an elevated position.UnknownFarrar
15A"It came ___ a midnight clear."UnknownFarrar
50DSecond word of Poe's "Raven."UnknownFarrar
9DWith little or no interval after.UnknownFarrar
47DIn an elevated position.UnknownFarrar
54D"Once ___ a midnight dreary . . . "UnknownFarrar
78D___ my word!W. W. WordsworthFarrar
57ASecond word of a fairy story.UnknownFarrar
27DSecond word of a fairy story.UnknownFarrar
37DAtop.Edward BarnettFarrar
35A"Once ___ a midnight dreary."UnknownFarrar
65AAtop.Louise RabbFarrar
102A"Once ___ a midnight dreary"—Poe.Lester KeeneFarrar
127DOn top.James E. KisnerFarrar