It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.
This web browser is not supported. Use Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge for best results.

New York Times, Saturday, June 12, 1982

Author:
Kay Sullivan
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 269 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
Kay Sullivan has 19 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
S
2
L
3
A
4
B
5
S
6
U
7
R
8
A
9
H
10
A
11
S
12
T
13
O
14
H
U
L
A
15
E
N
O
L
A
16
S
H
O
D
17
E
R
I
C
18
C
I
V
I
L
19
S
O
L
E
20
A
E
S
T
21
H
E
T
E
22
F
23
L
O
W
E
R
24
S
T
R
O
D
E
25
T
H
O
R
P
26
I
R
E
27
C
R
O
A
T
I
28
A
29
N
30
A
31
L
32
C
A
N
33
C
L
O
U
D
34
E
G
O
35
L
O
O
N
36
F
L
O
U
R
37
S
C
O
T
38
I
L
A
39
F
R
O
S
T
40
O
M
E
G
A
41
A
L
L
42
A
L
O
N
E
43
D
U
O
44
S
T
O
W
E
45
T
E
S
T
46
E
47
R
48
U
49
P
T
O
W
N
50
P
A
N
T
H
E
O
51
N
52
N
E
O
N
53
I
54
M
A
R
I
55
E
R
G
O
56
D
O
V
E
57
N
A
C
R
E
58
R
I
E
N
59
O
N
E
R
60
G
R
E
Y
S
61
S
E
R
E
© 1982, The New York TimesNo. 11,904
Across
1
Stele : SLAB
5
Twilled silk fabric : SURAH
10
In re : ASTO
14
Pacific island dance : HULA
15
___ Gay : ENOLA
16
Not barefoot : SHOD
17
Sevareid : ERIC
18
Edwin Newman's "A ___ Tongue" : CIVIL
19
One and only : SOLE
20
Bernard Berenson was one : AESTHETE
22
Marguerite, e.g. : FLOWER
24
Swaggered : STRODE
25
Hamlet of former times : THORP
26
One of the Brit. Isles : IRE
27
South Slavic language : CROATIAN
30
Highway to Fairbanks : ALCAN
33
Obscure : CLOUD
34
Kind of trip : EGO
35
Diving bird : LOON
36
Farina : FLOUR
37
James M. Barrie, e.g. : SCOT
38
Dockers' org. : ILA
39
New England poet : FROST
40
Oft-cited last letteer : OMEGA
41
Berlin song of the 20's : ALLALONE
43
Pair : DUO
44
Ski resort : STOWE
45
Bed canopy : TESTER
48
Subway sign : UPTOWN
50
Roman temple : PANTHEON
52
Kind of light : NEON
53
Highly prized Japanese porcelain : IMARI
55
Hence : ERGO
56
Antithesis of a hawk : DOVE
57
Button material : NACRE
58
It means nothing to a Frenchman : RIEN
59
Exceptional person : ONER
60
Lady Jane and Zane : GREYS
61
Withered : SERE
Down
1
Where George Foster plays : SHEA
2
Tied flies : LURES
3
Tilted, as a tanker : ALIST
4
Two-humped camel : BACTRIAN
5
Break up an alliance, in a way : SECEDE
6
Debs's exhortation : UNITE
7
Wander aimlessly : ROVE
8
Ring master, once : ALI
9
Sitcom span : HALFHOUR
10
Classify : ASSORT
11
Something for a vitrine : SHOWPIECE
12
Painted tinware : TOLE
13
River between Poland and E. Germany : ODER
21
Sharp peak : HORN
23
Burden : LOAD
25
"The ___," Schubert quintet : TROUT
27
Stuffy : CLOSE
28
Eager : AGOG
29
"___ creature . . . " : NOTA
30
Inter ___ : ALIA
31
Droop : LOLL
32
Potbelly that needs constant feeding : COALSTOVE
33
Produce by parthenogenesis : CLONE
36
Not in a merry mood : FROWNING
37
Tom or Dick, but not Harry : SMOTHERS
39
Scapa or cash : FLOW
40
Boot : OUST
42
His trespasses may be forgiven : ATONER
43
Gainsays : DENIES
45
Linger : TARRY
46
Weird : EERIE
47
Radio code word : ROGER
48
Ravel : UNDO
49
Foot soldier in India : PEON
50
Gait : PACE
51
" . . . then there were ___" : NONE
54
Pisces–Aries mo. : MAR

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

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

|