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

New York Times, Wednesday, September 24, 1969

42-Across : Court in London.

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { K Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
1
S
2
E
3
A
4
L
5
S
6
T
7
R
8
E
9
P
10
C
11
A
12
D
13
S
14
E
L
M
O
15
P
O
O
N
A
16
O
M
E
I
17
C
L
O
S
18
E
O
R
D
E
R
19
D
R
I
L
L
20
T
A
R
T
A
R
U
S
21
O
N
S
E
T
22
H
R
T
S
23
S
24
A
G
E
25
A
26
P
27
R
O
N
S
28
C
A
N
T
A
29
T
30
A
31
B
L
I
P
32
S
A
N
T
A
33
A
X
34
E
35
L
O
V
E
36
T
37
H
Y
N
E
I
G
38
H
B
O
R
39
E
T
E
40
R
A
C
E
R
41
E
O
N
S
42
S
T
43
J
A
M
E
S
44
S
45
P
A
R
S
E
46
A
C
E
S
47
S
P
E
D
48
A
49
D
50
I
G
E
51
D
E
R
E
L
52
I
53
C
54
T
55
M
I
N
E
R
56
F
57
O
R
T
Y
N
I
N
E
R
58
A
C
O
R
59
I
R
A
T
E
60
N
I
N
E
61
T
E
N
S
62
R
O
T
O
R
63
E
T
T
E
© 1969, The New York TimesNo. 7,347
Across
1
Close tightly. : SEAL
5
Throat ailment, for short. : STREP
10
Melodrama characters. : CADS
14
Sailor's saint. : ELMO
15
City in India. : POONA
16
Buddhist sacred mountain. : OMEI
17
Military formation. : CLOSEORDERDRILL
20
Place of punishment. : TARTARUS
21
Assault. : ONSET
22
Card suit: Abbr. : HRTS
23
Kind of brush. : SAGE
25
Airfield holding areas. : APRONS
28
Musical work. : CANTATA
31
Radar image. : BLIP
32
___ Cruz. : SANTA
33
Chop. : AXE
35
Familiar injunction. : LOVETHYNEIGHBOR
39
Summer on the Seine. : ETE
40
Kind of snake. : RACER
41
Time divisions. : EONS
42
Court in London. : STJAMES
44
Meager. : SPARSE
46
Red Baron and others. : ACES
47
Expedited. : SPED
48
River to Adriatic. : ADIGE
51
Skid Row man. : DERELICT
55
Clementine's father. : MINERFORTYNINER
58
Acidity. : ACOR
59
Choleric. : IRATE
60
Cubs, for instance. : NINE
61
Honor cards. : TENS
62
Opposite of stator. : ROTOR
63
Diminutive suffix. : ETTE
Down
1
Religious denomination. : SECT
2
Fitzgerald. : ELLA
3
Love in Barcelona. : AMOR
4
Despaired. : LOSTHOPE
5
Tennis, etc. : SPORTS
6
Convex molding. : TORUS
7
Fishing needs. : RODS
8
Direction. : ENE
9
Wall St. word. : PAR
10
Ophthalmologist's concern. : CORNEA
11
Parisian friends. : AMIS
12
Proofreader's instruction. : DELE
13
Loamy deposit. : SILT
18
Deserve. : EARN
19
G.I.'s I.D. : DOGTAG
23
More reasonable. : SANER
24
Opposed. : ANTI
25
Cousin of willing. : ABLE
26
Author's concerns. : PLOTS
27
Fastener. : RIVET
28
Whips. : CANES
29
Kind of drum. : TABOR
30
Nerve-cell processes. : AXONS
32
Indian grooms. : SYCES
34
Gaelic. : ERSE
36
Certain troubleshooter. : TRACER
37
Harness part. : HAME
38
Newspaper come-on. : HEADLINE
43
High-quality diamonds. : JAGERS
44
More agile. : SPRYER
45
Kind of hammer. : PEEN
47
Melee. : SETTO
48
Word in Latin lesson. : AMAT
49
Cut into cubes. : DICE
50
Having a piece of the action. : INON
51
Mild expletive. : DRAT
52
H.S.T. or F.D.R. : INIT
53
Coin. : CENT
54
Corner. : TREE
56
Evergreen. : FIR
57
Spanish gold. : ORO

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 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