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43 results for WEASEL

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

Saturday, February 11, 201733DSneakFrederick J. Healy
Sunday, September 18, 2016117ASlippery sortJeremy Newton
Monday, April 18, 201644AUntrustworthy sort (3)Janice Luttrell
Wednesday, April 8, 201522DUnderhanded sortZhouqin Burnikel
Sunday, January 26, 201424AUntrustworthy sort (3)Daniel A. Finan
Sunday, January 12, 20149D"Pop" goer (2)Andrew Chaikin
Monday, December 9, 20136DOne that goes "pop" in a children's songNina Rulon-Miller
Saturday, June 19, 201042DPop maker (3)Samuel A. Donaldson
Monday, April 12, 201042APop maker in a nursery rhymeIan Livengood
Sunday, January 4, 200939APop maker? (3)Daniel A. Finan
Saturday, March 15, 200342DPopper of songAdam Cohen
Monday, April 29, 200272APop maker (3)Holden Baker
Monday, October 2, 200045DErmineSarah Keller
Monday, August 7, 200022AEvade, with "out of"Nick Grivas
Wednesday, June 24, 19985DPop goer (2)Richard Silvestri
Thursday, January 23, 199745DToad Hall vandalF. Hansen
Sunday, October 29, 199525DErmine, e.g.Maura B. Jacobson
Sunday, February 20, 199460AUntrustworthy sort (3)Harvey Estes

1 result for WEASEL from Variety puzzles.

May 21, 2017panda44DLee saw it popMel Taub

24 results for WEASEL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Saturday, September 21, 199150ABe ambiguousLouis SabinMaleska
Friday, April 5, 199146DErmine, e.g.Nancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Sunday, December 31, 198997DStool pigeonNancy JolineMaleska
Monday, January 30, 198938DSneaky personAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Sunday, August 31, 198682DErmine, e.g.Frances HansenMaleska
Wednesday, October 17, 19844DInsidious oneJesse RoarkeMaleska
Friday, March 9, 198438DFerret's relativeWilliam CanineMaleska
Sunday, September 27, 198185ACunning oneHume R. CraftMaleska
Monday, February 4, 198045ABe evasiveHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sunday, June 18, 197888DEquivocateTap OsbornMaleska
Tuesday, November 1, 197745AEquivocateHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Thursday, August 11, 197745ABe evasiveA. J. SantoraMaleska
Thursday, April 10, 197553AKind of equivocal wordJoli Quentin KansilWeng
Monday, June 17, 197428DMink's relativeWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sunday, June 10, 197338DEvade, with "out"Alfio MicciWeng
Sunday, February 23, 196955A___ out (evade)Frances HansenWeng
Monday, August 22, 196048DRelative of stoat and marten.UnknownFarrar
Monday, March 17, 19589D___ words.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Monday, February 27, 195662A“The monkey chased the ___.”Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Saturday, March 8, 19525DThe "pop" animal.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, February 15, 19519DMilitary snow tractor.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wednesday, February 7, 195153AAnimal in an American folk song.Isaac KertFarrar
Sunday, July 18, 1948114DMinklike mammal.Thomas JacksonFarrar
Sunday, February 25, 19451DU. S. Army's new Cargo Carrier M-29.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar