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, Edge, Safari, or Firefox for best results.
Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Saturday, June 13, 1992

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 5.17, Missing: { G H K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 259 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 8, XRef: 2
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
P
2
A
3
J
4
A
5
M
6
A
7
L
8
O
9
W
10
M
11
A
12
N
13
E
L
E
V
E
N
14
S
15
A
V
A
I
L
E
16
D
17
O
B
S
E
R
V
E
18
V
E
R
B
O
S
E
19
N
E
T
S
20
I
D
21
L
E
R
22
S
E
T
A
23
Y
E
S
24
L
E
A
N
T
25
O
26
S
S
R
27
P
28
A
S
S
E
D
O
U
29
T
30
S
31
A
32
D
A
T
33
E
N
N
E
34
A
35
D
36
S
37
P
I
A
N
O
38
L
39
A
40
R
E
C
I
P
E
S
41
A
L
I
E
N
O
R
42
E
L
E
C
T
43
S
E
N
S
44
E
45
L
46
E
S
S
47
A
48
D
49
S
50
D
E
E
P
I
N
51
A
52
T
53
I
54
L
A
I
55
C
56
S
N
A
F
U
57
A
R
I
D
58
A
M
E
L
59
I
T
A
60
E
R
61
E
M
I
T
E
62
S
E
V
E
R
A
L
63
R
E
V
E
A
L
S
64
S
E
W
E
R
S
65
S
E
N
N
E
T
© 1992, The New York TimesNo. 15,558

Support XWord Info today

Pay now and get access for a year.

1. Select account level
2. Choose how to pay
Across
1
"The ___ Game," 1954 musical : PAJAMA
7
Smith's "___ on a Totem Pole" : LOWMAN
13
Cricket teams : ELEVENS
15
Served the purpose : AVAILED
17
Watch : OBSERVE
18
Anagram for 17 Across : VERBOSE
19
N.J. five : NETS
20
Flâneur or lazzarone : IDLER
22
Kin of a vibrissa : SETA
23
Affirmation : YES
24
Building wing : LEANTO
26
Ukr., once : SSR
27
Fainted : PASSEDOUT
30
Co-Nobelist for Peace: 1978 : SADAT
33
Groups of nine gods : ENNEADS
37
Easy-to-play bridge hand : PIANOLA
40
Child's concoctions : RECIPES
41
One who transfers property : ALIENOR
42
The chosen : ELECT
43
Asinine : SENSELESS
47
Personals, e.g. : ADS
50
"___ the Heart of Texas" : DEEPIN
51
Panay native : ATI
54
Secular : LAIC
56
Mix-up, to a G.I. : SNAFU
57
Jejune : ARID
58
Soprano Galli-Curci : AMELITA
60
"Like nature's patient, sleepless ___": Keats : EREMITE
62
Quite a few : SEVERAL
63
Anagram for 62 Across : REVEALS
64
Ninja turtles' milieux : SEWERS
65
Small barracuda : SENNET
Down
1
Color called Burmese ruby : PEONY
2
"The Zoo Story" playwright : ALBEE
3
"He ___ at scars . . . ": Romeo : JESTS
4
Rosary beads : AVES
5
Matelot's milieu : MER
6
Farriers' iron blocks : ANVILS
7
"___ Blue" (dilly of a song) : LAVENDER
8
Hint; insinuation : OVERTONE
9
"Hell" to Sherman : WAR
10
The game of marbles : MIBS
11
Shade of green : ALOES
12
Hatcheries : NESTS
14
Seat, to Seneca : SEDES
16
Treasured : DEAR
21
Huan Gulf port : LAE
25
Snow leopards : OUNCES
27
Sheets of stamps : PANES
28
Was contrite, and more : ATONED
29
Linden trees : TEILS
30
Hot tub : SPA
31
Afflict : AIL
32
Bao ___, ex-emperor of Vietnam : DAI
34
Huxley's "___ and Essence" : APE
35
Ten: Comb. form : DEC
36
Tu-144, e.g. : SST
38
Symbol of the 28th State : LONESTAR
39
Places for matériel : ARSENALS
44
Org. fighting grime : EPA
45
Three-time loser, perhaps : LIFER
46
Acclimates : ENURES
47
"Woe is me!" : ALAS
48
Knights' wives : DAMES
49
Cribral article : SIEVE
51
Unit attachment : ARIAN
52
Count, e.g. : TITLE
53
That is, to Tacitus : IDEST
55
Ball of yarn : CLEW
57
Hemsley sitcom : AMEN
59
Choler : IRE
61
Anne Baxter role : EVE

Answer summary: 5 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.

|