This web browser is not supported. Use Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Firefox for best results.

New York Times, Saturday, December 5, 1959

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { K Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 88, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
1
S
2
I
3
T
4
S
5
U
6
P
7
P
8
O
9
S
10
S
11
E
12
S
13
S
14
C
R
O
U
S
E
15
M
E
R
I
N
G
U
E
16
R
O
O
M
E
R
17
A
L
A
C
A
R
T
E
18
E
N
D
19
S
I
20
G
N
A
L
21
P
E
U
R
22
E
L
L
23
A
24
L
I
N
G
S
25
T
R
E
26
D
U
E
T
27
S
28
V
E
E
29
B
30
A
S
E
D
31
S
N
O
O
T
32
I
E
R
33
J
E
D
34
G
O
N
E
A
R
35
V
I
G
O
36
R
37
S
38
C
A
M
39
D
E
M
E
R
I
T
40
S
41
E
42
F
43
R
E
M
44
M
U
G
45
M
E
D
O
C
46
N
A
E
47
C
A
N
A
48
L
49
D
E
N
E
50
E
L
M
51
S
52
E
N
D
S
I
53
N
54
H
E
P
55
S
C
O
T
56
F
R
E
E
57
C
A
58
V
E
A
T
59
C
O
V
E
R
A
G
E
60
E
M
E
R
G
E
61
O
N
E
T
I
M
E
62
T
E
N
D
E
R
© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,795
Across
1
Exhibits surprise: Colloq. : SITSUP
7
Maintain. : POSSESS
14
Lindsay's collaborator. : CROUSE
15
Dinner dessert. : MERINGUE
16
Tenant. : ROOMER
17
A way to order. : ALACARTE
18
Windup. : END
19
Semaphore. : SIGNAL
21
Fear: Fr. : PEUR
22
Diminutive suffix on Latin words. : ELLA
24
Fish of the cod family. : LINGS
25
Three: Ital. : TRE
26
Twosomes. : DUETS
28
Shape of a neck line. : VEE
29
Stationed. : BASED
31
More uppity. : SNOOTIER
33
Man's name, for short. : JED
34
"Don't ___ the Water." : GONEAR
35
Energies. : VIGORS
38
Rotating piece. : CAM
39
Bad marks. : DEMERITS
41
Violinist Zimbalist. : EFREM
44
Stein. : MUG
45
French wine. : MEDOC
46
Burnsian negative. : NAE
47
Waterway. : CANAL
49
Sand hill in England. : DENE
50
Hackberry trees. : ELMS
52
Has as its concluding part. : ENDSIN
54
In the know. : HEP
55
Safe. : SCOTFREE
57
A warning, often a legal notice. : CAVEAT
59
Amount of insurance. : COVERAGE
60
Become manifest. : EMERGE
61
Quondam. : ONETIME
62
Coal car. : TENDER
Down
1
Philippics. : SCREEDS
2
Hospital apparatus. : IRONLUNG
3
So long. : TOODLEOO
4
32 Down, in Latin. : SUM
5
"Sweet are the ___ ... " : USES
6
Jeopardy. : PERIL
7
Wool, fur, hair, etc. : PELAGE
8
Exams. : ORALS
9
Thus. : SIC
10
Cold ___. : SNAP
11
Herons. : EGRETS
12
Seam. : SUTURE
13
Flare up: Colloq. : SEERED
15
Conduct. : MANNER
20
Bountiful one. : GIVER
23
Instantly. : ATONCE
27
Cook in a certain way. : STEAM
29
Enjewel. : BEGEM
30
Idolized. : ADORED
32
"___ an American." : IAM
33
Conrad hero. : JIM
35
Las ___. : VEGAS
36
Keep guard over. : RIDEHERD
37
Dawn of human culture. : STONEAGE
39
Seaport in Scotland. : DUNDEE
40
Mace. : SCEPTER
41
Romanian composer. : ENESCO
42
Mascot of the Air Force Academy. : FALCON
43
Get rid of. : REMOVE
44
Horsemanship. : MANEGE
47
Island of the Moluccas. : CERAM
48
It is legal: Lat. : LICET
51
Printing direction. : STET
53
Noted person. : NAME
56
Calendar abbreviation. : FRI
58
Italian city: Abbr. : VEN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle