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"Hex" in the Author column refers to the beloved constructors Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon who, among many other puzzle accomplishments, created the NYT Acrostic every second week for 25 years. Of the 634 Acrostics here, 616 are by them.

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634.November 19, 2023Balton & StewartGreek monarch who reigned in Africa11/19/2023PDF
633.November 5, 2023Balton & StewartLinguistic loss11/5/2023PDF
632.October 22, 2023Balton & StewartWriter descended from a Salem witch trial judge10/22/2023PDF
631.October 8, 2023Balton & StewartCalf-hugging attire (2 wds.)10/8/2023PDF
630.September 24, 2023Balton & StewartIntermission9/24/2023PDF
629.September 10, 2023Balton & StewartCow traded for beans in "Jack and the Beanstalk" (hyph.)9/10/2023PDF
628.August 27, 2023Balton & StewartTerm introduced in 1834 that superseded "natural philosopher"8/27/2023PDF
627.August 13, 2023Balton & Stewart____ on Ice (historic 1980 Olympics upset)8/13/2023PDF
626.July 30, 2023Balton & StewartSpoke forcefully and persuasively7/30/2023PDF
625.July 16, 2023Balton & StewartDevoted to a fault7/16/2023PDF
624.July 2, 2023Mark HalpinPlaces of extreme misery7/2/2023PDF
623.June 18, 2023Balton & StewartGian Lorenzo ___, designer of the bronze canopy in St. Peter's Basilica6/18/2023PDF
622.June 4, 2023Jim HorneKind, good, warmhearted6/4/2023PDF
621.May 21, 2023Jeff ChenFictional character known as the Master of Kung Fu (hyph.)5/21/2023PDF
620.May 7, 2023Mark HalpinQuality of a duckling or a plush towel5/7/2023PDF
619.April 23, 2023Jim HorneSwindler, grifter, shyster (2 wds.)4/23/2023PDF
618.April 9, 2023Mark HalpinIsland that's home to Eggs and Bacon Bay4/9/2023PDF
617.March 26, 2023HexOnset of a stroke?3/26/2023PDF
616.March 12, 2023HexActor who played Jim Lovell in "Apollo 13" (2 wds.)3/12/2023PDF
615.February 26, 2023HexKookaburra or a related bird2/26/2023PDF
614.February 12, 2023HexMeant to be olfactorily stimulating2/12/2023PDF
613.January 29, 2023HexClose close? (2 wds.)1/29/2023PDF
612.January 15, 2023HexLike opera and classical music, by repute1/15/2023PDF
611.January 1, 2023HexOne with not a ton of smarts, boob (hyph.)1/1/2023PDF
610.December 18, 2022HexThe opposite of freeze12/18/2022PDF
609.December 4, 2022HexDevice with moving parts; means to an end12/4/2022PDF
608.November 20, 2022HexBaloney, applesauce, moonshine11/20/2022PDF
607.November 6, 2022HexQuadrennial event for American voters11/6/2022PDF
606.October 23, 2022HexCrane described as oddly angular10/23/2022PDF
605.October 9, 2022HexEngines imparting thrust to missiles10/9/2022PDF
604.September 25, 2022HexShape atop some streetlights in Hershey, Pa.9/25/2022PDF
603.September 11, 2022HexLucy and Ricky's landlady on a 1950s sitcom (2 wds.)9/11/2022PDF
602.August 28, 2022Hex"Know what I mean?" (3 wds.)8/28/2022PDF
601.August 14, 2022HexExpression that's hard to read (2 wds.)8/14/2022PDF
600.July 31, 2022HexPioneering magazine of science fiction founded in 1930, informally 7/31/2022PDF
599.July 17, 2022HexPercussion instrument heard at the end of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 47/17/2022PDF
598.July 3, 2022HexReport of an explosive event?7/3/2022PDF
597.June 19, 2022HexEl Capitan or Devils Tower, e.g.6/19/2022PDF
596.June 5, 2022HexConcern in the food service industry6/5/2022PDF
595.May 22, 2022HexMagnetically levitated island in "Gulliver's Travels"5/22/2022PDF
594.May 8, 2022HexWhat you have upon learning the ropes (hyph.)5/8/2022PDF
593.April 24, 2022HexLike driftwood on a beach (2 wds.)4/24/2022PDF
592.April 10, 2022HexWarm wind of the Pacific Northwest4/10/2022PDF
591.March 27, 2022HexEpicurean press release? (2 wds.)3/27/2022PDF
590.March 13, 2022HexOutside of regular work (2 wds.)3/13/2022PDF
589.February 27, 2022HexFlat-bodied marine specimen such as an opah2/27/2022PDF
588.February 13, 2022HexAte noisily, and perhaps with some impatience2/13/2022PDF
587.January 30, 2022HexWhat Answer B. comprises1/30/2022PDF
586.January 16, 2022HexDisorienting blizzard condition1/16/2022PDF
585.January 2, 2022HexWithdraw, retire, lose (2 wds.)1/2/2022PDF
584.December 19, 2021Hex*Philip ____, director of 1983's nerve-wrecking "The Right Stuff"12/19/2021PDF
583.December 5, 2021HexSinister, evil, baleful12/5/2021PDF
582.November 21, 2021HexStock figure in commedia dell'arte11/21/2021PDF
581.November 7, 2021HexParts of orchestral works; army actions 11/7/2021PDF
580.October 24, 2021HexDo the same as10/24/2021PDF
579.October 10, 2021HexRoom where Puebloan rites are performed10/10/2021PDF
578.September 26, 2021HexLong-fingered lemur native to Madagascar; "Yes!" (hyph.)9/26/2021PDF
577.September 12, 2021HexExtinct giant herbivore of North America9/12/2021PDF
576.August 29, 2021HexFrequency that sounds really painful?8/29/2021PDF
575.August 15, 2021HexBrand name in home gyms8/15/2021PDF
574.August 1, 2021HexDark and deep; belonging to the underworld8/1/2021PDF
573.July 18, 2021HexRare, expensive food such as Graukäse or larb mote daeng7/18/2021PDF
572.July 4, 2021HexEquipment used in log production7/4/2021PDF
571.June 20, 2021HexPretenders6/20/2021PDF
570.June 6, 2021HexPlace for a soul to get a drink and forget it all?6/6/2021PDF
569.May 23, 2021HexGolden canine of South America (2 wds.)5/23/2021PDF
568.May 9, 2021HexMusical center of attention5/9/2021PDF
567.April 25, 2021HexFour-legged events on a track4/25/2021PDF
566.April 11, 2021HexMaker of Jell-O and Kool-Aid4/11/2021PDF
565.March 28, 2021HexQuaint way of saying "IMHO"3/28/2021PDF
564.March 14, 2021HexUnconnected, incoherent; out of whack3/14/2021PDF
563.February 28, 2021HexRootless wanderer 2/28/2021PDF
562.February 14, 2021HexHardest part of a problem2/14/2021PDF
561.January 31, 2021HexSpinster hen in animated Warner Bros. features (2 wds.)1/31/2021PDF
560.January 17, 2021HexLeading light of peaceful protest1/17/2021PDF
559.January 3, 2021HexUnplanned, headlong advance (2 wds.)1/3/2021PDF
558.December 20, 2020HexAttire for going out in?12/20/2020PDF
557.December 6, 2020HexBright and shiny12/6/2020PDF
556.November 22, 2020HexWillie Dixon blues song recorded by Howlin' Wolf and Cream11/22/2020PDF
555.November 8, 2020HexTony-winning musical set in old Baghdad11/8/2020PDF
554.October 25, 2020HexPet's plaything (2 wds.)10/25/2020PDF
553.October 11, 2020HexTool whose Mayan version starts with Pop10/11/2020PDF
552.September 27, 2020Hex"The first and direst of all disasters," per the author of this puzzle's quote9/27/2020PDF
551.September 13, 2020HexMoving aimlessly9/13/2020PDF
550.August 30, 2020HexWhat pairs of alleles determine8/30/2020PDF
549.August 16, 2020HexMedium used by Jacob Lawrence in his "Migration Series"8/16/2020PDF
548.August 2, 2020HexStatue of Helios erected in the third century B.C.8/2/2020PDF
547.July 19, 2020Nick Lowe & HexBars in westerns ...7/19/2020PDF
546.July 5, 2020HexSinger of the 1982 hit "Workin' for a Livin'" (2 wds.)7/5/2020PDF
545.June 21, 2020HexApplicator in many a dressing room (2 wds.)6/21/2020PDF
544.June 7, 2020HexObservational slant6/7/2020PDF
543.May 24, 2020HexSources of nonhuman "songs" on a 1970s album with more than 10 million copies5/24/2020PDF
542.May 10, 2020HexAct as a parent to; nurture5/10/2020PDF
541.April 26, 2020HexFloor, rock, bowl over, stun4/26/2020PDF
540.April 12, 2020HexPronounce the beginning of "hair" but not "heir," say4/12/2020PDF
539.March 29, 2020HexTypeface based on classroom handwriting, similar to Comic Sans3/29/2020PDF
538.March 15, 2020HexJazz bandleader who sang "Hi-de-ho" (2 wds.)3/15/2020PDF
537.March 1, 2020HexSmall amount; ostentatious display3/1/2020PDF
536.February 16, 2020HexHaving special talents2/16/2020PDF
535.February 2, 2020Hex"Caddyshack" director Harold 2/2/2020PDF
534.January 19, 2020HexAlternate title for "Mbube," also its refrain1/19/2020PDF
533.January 5, 2020HexEuropean region associated with an artsy lifestyle1/5/2020PDF
532.December 22, 2019HexBond for a time12/22/2019PDF
531.December 8, 2019HexTwo-Pinocchio (but not a four-Pinocchio) claim (hyph.)12/8/2019PDF
530.November 24, 2019HexMake a favorable impression (2 wds.)11/24/2019PDF
529.November 10, 2019HexSubject in cryptozoology 11/10/2019PDF
528.October 27, 2019HexNovelty song in which Dracula is referenced (2 wds.)10/27/2019PDF
527.October 13, 2019HexCompound used to make rubber and lubricants10/13/2019PDF
526.September 29, 2019HexEast Coast ski mecca9/29/2019PDF
525.September 15, 2019HexMusical piece in a playful vein9/15/2019PDF
524.September 1, 2019HexSpirited vigor; sexual allure9/1/2019PDF
523.August 18, 2019HexUp-and-down diversion8/18/2019PDF
522.August 4, 2019HexFinancial option for a retiree8/4/2019PDF
521.July 21, 2019HexConcern of the Fed; air travel option7/21/2019PDF
520.July 7, 2019HexSuperficial glamour of little real worth7/7/2019PDF
519.June 23, 2019HexLighthearted display of wit and cleverness (2 wds.)6/23/2019PDF
518.June 9, 2019HexOvoidal : egg :: lingulate : ____6/9/2019PDF
517.May 26, 2019HexLarge units of cheese5/26/2019PDF
516.May 12, 2019HexPacify, comfort5/12/2019PDF
515.April 28, 2019HexMeaning of "Abel" in Hebrew4/28/2019PDF
514.April 14, 2019HexAlleged entheogen: an agent enhancing spirituality4/14/2019PDF
513.March 31, 2019HexContingency plan; legal requirement3/31/2019PDF
512.March 17, 2019HexSeat or shade for the quote's subject3/17/2019PDF
511.March 3, 2019HexOutrageous or silly behavior3/3/2019PDF
510.February 17, 2019Hex2004 teen comedy starring Lindsay Lohan (2 wds.)2/17/2019PDF
509.February 3, 2019HexWrite down for the record2/3/2019PDF
508.January 20, 2019HexMetal protector of an aircraft engine1/20/2019PDF
507.January 6, 2019HexNickname for a loafer or sluggard1/6/2019PDF
506.December 23, 2018HexUncompromising12/23/2018PDF
505.December 9, 2018HexLoud and deeply mournful12/9/2018PDF
504.November 25, 2018Hex"____ means boy" (line from a waitress in "Pulp Fiction")11/25/2018PDF
503.November 11, 2018HexOne-dimensional measure11/11/2018PDF
502.October 28, 2018HexSour fruit (2 wds.)10/28/2018PDF
501.October 14, 2018HexFirst member of a certain "700 Club" (2 wds.)10/14/2018PDF
500.September 30, 2018HexSlang for a marijuana cigarette9/30/2018PDF
499.September 16, 2018HexStone-faced neighbor of Theodore9/16/2018PDF
498.September 2, 2018HexMake one's diaphragm contract rhythmically9/2/2018PDF
497.August 19, 2018HexAddiction for Dostoyevsky8/19/2018PDF
496.August 5, 2018HexSpacecraft launched in 2009 in search of exoplanets8/5/2018PDF
495.July 22, 2018HexThought process7/22/2018PDF
494.July 8, 2018HexLike a blacked-out dialogue balloon7/8/2018PDF
493.June 24, 2018HexGood person of any gender, despite the sound6/24/2018PDF
492.June 10, 2018HexBiennial event begun in 1927 (2 wds.)6/10/2018PDF
491.May 27, 2018HexObviously pregnant5/27/2018PDF
490.May 13, 2018HexDance, opera, writing or painting (2 wds.)5/13/2018PDF
489.April 29, 2018HexHigh Sierra browser4/29/2018PDF
488.April 15, 2018HexExhibiting genu varum4/15/2018PDF
487.April 1, 2018HexBeatles song that begins "Jo Jo was a man who thought he was a loner" (2 wds.)4/1/2018PDF
486.March 18, 2018HexGame for the preverbal set3/18/2018PDF
485.March 4, 2018HexWith Answer B., classic film star who said "Concentrate, don't embroider" 3/4/2018PDF
484.February 18, 2018HexWhat proton streams should never do, per "Ghostbusters"2/18/2018PDF
483.February 4, 2018HexSort of writing on a dinar or rial2/4/2018PDF
482.January 21, 2018HexAttractive, but a bit too precious1/21/2018PDF
481.January 7, 2018HexSmall, nocturnal scorpion-eating bird (2 wds.)1/7/2018PDF
480.December 24, 2017HexIn heraldry, shown with wings extended12/24/2017PDF
479.December 10, 2017HexUnesco and others12/10/2017PDF
478.November 26, 2017HexPatently so; based on truisms11/26/2017PDF
477.November 12, 2017HexFabric with a rippled pattern11/12/2017PDF
476.October 29, 2017HexKeening woman of Irish lore10/29/2017PDF
475.October 15, 2017HexTune that Pee-wee Herman danced to in "Pee-wee's Big Adventure"10/15/2017PDF
474.October 1, 2017HexWay of thinking about things10/1/2017PDF
473.September 17, 2017HexVessel also called a carboy9/17/2017PDF
472.September 3, 2017HexSite of mock naval battles9/3/2017PDF
471.August 20, 2017HexOuter Banks town with the motto "First in Flight" (2 wds.)8/20/2017PDF
470.August 6, 2017HexWeirdly absurd, off-the-wall8/6/2017PDF
469.July 23, 2017HexOne charging a safari trip?7/23/2017PDF
468.July 9, 2017HexArtful exercise of power by a monarch7/9/2017PDF
467.June 25, 2017HexSweets enjoyed at Hogwarts6/25/2017PDF
466.June 11, 2017HexLike Maybellene in a 1955 song6/11/2017PDF
465.May 28, 2017Hex"Oedipus Rex" playwright5/28/2017PDF
464.May 14, 2017HexLike the smells of a springtime garden5/14/2017PDF
463.April 30, 2017HexCryptid in numerous folk tales4/30/2017PDF
462.April 16, 2017HexCreator of the 1950s book and film "The Silent World"4/16/2017PDF
461.April 2, 2017Hex1974 action film with four sequels (2 wds.)4/2/2017PDF
460.March 19, 2017HexBig cheese, honcho, fat cat, pooh-bah3/19/2017PDF
459.March 5, 2017HexGraph called a "camembert" in France (2 wds.)3/5/2017PDF
458.February 19, 2017HexInvention described in the 1887 book "Unua Libro" (and the subject of this puzzle's quotation)2/19/2017PDF
457.February 5, 2017HexBelabored bit of questionable wit2/5/2017PDF
456.January 22, 2017HexComic "Saturday Night Live" offering1/22/2017PDF
455.January 8, 2017HexGushing, beyond glowing1/8/2017PDF
454.December 25, 2016HexSport testing speed and accuracy12/25/2016PDF
453.December 11, 2016HexRebuilding project for Hadrian12/11/2016PDF
452.November 27, 2016HexLast of 40 spaces in a game11/27/2016PDF
451.November 13, 2016HexChemist's name attached to a law and a constant11/13/2016PDF
450.October 30, 2016HexSign of nervousness (2 wds.)10/30/2016PDF
449.October 16, 2016HexQuail; feel really embarrassed10/16/2016PDF
448.October 2, 2016HexWanderer in Oz10/2/2016PDF
447.September 18, 2016HexDreamy place of pleasure, Shangri-La9/18/2016PDF
446.September 4, 2016HexGood thing to have in a campaign or sports contest9/4/2016PDF
445.August 21, 2016HexSpecialty of some runners8/21/2016PDF
444.August 7, 2016HexCranky, peevish, fractious, touchy8/7/2016PDF
443.July 24, 2016HexHardship, rigor, tribulation7/24/2016PDF
442.July 10, 2016HexFielding play associated with Willie Mays (2 wds.)7/10/2016PDF
441.June 26, 2016HexDramatic event in "The Martian" or "Dune"6/26/2016PDF
440.June 12, 2016HexSomeone on the other side6/12/2016PDF
439.May 29, 2016HexEasy gait (2 wds.)5/29/2016PDF
438.May 15, 2016HexStreaks made by falling rocks5/15/2016PDF
437.May 1, 2016HexMode of travel involving a team5/1/2016PDF
436.April 17, 2016HexHow you sometimes feel on a roller coaster4/17/2016PDF
435.April 3, 2016HexOne in search of the philosopher's stone4/3/2016PDF
434.March 20, 2016Hex"The Say Hey Kid" for Willie Mays, e.g.3/20/2016PDF
433.March 6, 2016HexSystem for D.C. negotiators?3/6/2016PDF
432.February 21, 2016HexContents of some books2/21/2016PDF
431.February 7, 2016HexQuite a tongue-lashing (2 wds.)2/7/2016PDF
430.January 24, 2016HexRake, but not the kind with prongs1/24/2016PDF
429.January 10, 2016HexStorage room for chasubles, chalices, etc.1/10/2016PDF
428.December 27, 2015HexMood of many people on the night of 12/3112/27/2015PDF
427.December 13, 2015HexPlotter linked with November 5 (2 wds.)12/13/2015PDF
426.November 29, 2015HexCar chase sound effect11/29/2015PDF
425.November 15, 2015HexHooch from a still11/15/2015PDF
424.November 1, 2015HexStretch during a stoppage of work11/1/2015PDF
423.October 18, 2015HexIrritable, as an old crank10/18/2015PDF
422.October 4, 2015HexSurrounding, as sound or light10/4/2015PDF
421.September 20, 2015HexEponym of a New York art museum9/20/2015PDF
420.September 6, 2015HexRogues' gallery component (2 wds.)9/6/2015PDF
419.August 23, 2015HexRegion known to the ancients as Via Lactea (2 wds.)8/23/2015PDF
418.August 9, 2015HexItem destroyed by the Wicked Witch of the West8/9/2015PDF
417.July 26, 2015HexResponse to a security threat7/26/2015PDF
416.July 12, 2015HexLiving space with zero privacy7/12/2015PDF
415.June 28, 2015HexLoss of language faculties6/28/2015PDF
414.June 14, 2015HexSinger who said "I am my own work of art"6/14/2015PDF
413.May 31, 2015HexPart of Queens served by the A train5/31/2015PDF
412.May 17, 2015HexCooks up; openings in NASA5/17/2015PDF
411.May 3, 2015HexAquatic plant's anchoring part5/3/2015PDF
410.April 19, 2015HexOriginal version, as of a musical score4/19/2015PDF
409.April 5, 2015HexLosers of Super Bowl XLVIII to the Seahawks4/5/2015PDF
408.March 22, 2015HexLike Stoker's "Dracula" or Shelley's "Frankenstein"3/22/2015PDF
407.March 8, 2015HexTrash-to-ashtray converter (2 wds.)3/8/2015PDF
406.February 22, 2015HexPart of life that was of interest to Scouting founder Lord Baden-Powell2/22/2015PDF
405.February 8, 2015HexWith winds rotating around a center of low pressure2/8/2015PDF
404.January 25, 2015HexFeature of a sinuous river1/25/2015PDF
403.January 11, 2015HexAt a full gallop, as in an English fox hunt1/11/2015PDF
402.December 28, 2014HexOn the case ahead of time12/28/2014PDF
401.December 14, 2014HexFirst and worst among adversaries12/14/2014PDF
400.November 30, 2014HexAction without conscious intent11/30/2014PDF
399.November 16, 2014HexOprah Winfrey, relative to Rosa Parks in 200511/16/2014PDF
398.November 2, 2014HexFull, rich outpouring of melodious sound; tuning fork11/2/2014PDF
397.October 19, 2014HexSlide-jiggling effect on a trombone10/19/2014PDF
396.October 5, 2014HexRock forming Gettysburg's Devil's Den10/5/2014PDF
395.September 21, 2014HexWhat is described by this puzzle's quotation, informally9/21/2014PDF
394.September 7, 2014HexComposer who influenced Ravel and Boulez9/7/2014PDF
393.August 24, 2014HexGreat fortune suddenly acquired8/24/2014PDF
392.August 10, 2014HexThe Pantheon in Rome has one8/10/2014PDF
391.July 27, 2014HexEighty-six in stages (2 wds.)7/27/2014PDF
390.July 13, 2014HexFruit salad with miniature marshmallows7/13/2014PDF
389.June 29, 2014HexInterim capital of Pakistan from 1959 to 19676/29/2014PDF
388.June 15, 2014HexRepeating the same music for each verse6/15/2014PDF
387.June 1, 2014HexFlag carrier of Australia6/1/2014PDF
386.May 18, 2014HexFigure out, as a secret message5/18/2014PDF
385.May 4, 2014HexCheckers, in England5/4/2014PDF
384.April 20, 2014HexSplit into branches4/20/2014PDF
383.April 6, 2014HexUnsystematic, chance4/6/2014PDF
382.March 23, 2014HexEdifice enabling surveillance of any inmate at any time3/23/2014PDF
381.March 9, 2014HexExcessive, a bit much (2 wds.)3/9/2014PDF
380.February 23, 2014HexKnack for being successful in any venture (2 wds.)2/23/2014PDF
379.February 9, 2014HexUnexpected diamond delivery?2/9/2014PDF
378.January 26, 2014HexSubject of a tale by Ovid about metamorphosis1/26/2014PDF
377.January 12, 2014HexWriter in the margin of Diophantus' "Arithmetica"1/12/2014PDF
376.December 29, 2013HexMechanical action film title character12/29/2013PDF
375.December 15, 2013HexTedious list; series of alternating invocations and responses in church12/15/2013PDF
374.December 1, 2013Hex1980 #1 hit for Christopher Cross12/1/2013PDF
373.November 17, 2013HexPrankish shenanigans11/17/2013PDF
372.November 3, 2013HexOldest U.S. state capital (2 wds.)11/3/2013PDF
371.October 20, 2013HexBeginning you may go back to (2 wds.)10/20/2013PDF
370.October 6, 2013HexLemming eater of frigid climes (2 wds.)10/6/2013PDF
369.September 22, 2013HexInsouciant, nonchalant9/22/2013PDF
368.September 8, 2013HexRapacious, predatory type9/8/2013PDF
367.August 25, 2013HexDreamy god of Greeks and Romans8/25/2013PDF
366.August 11, 2013HexShort race in fiction8/11/2013PDF
365.July 28, 2013HexTea party figure of note (2 wds.)7/28/2013PDF
364.July 14, 2013HexAnimal life adrift in the main7/14/2013PDF
363.June 30, 2013HexClever bit of trickery6/30/2013PDF
362.June 16, 2013HexSubject to a change of view6/16/2013PDF
361.June 2, 2013HexPiece of self-validation (2 wds.)6/2/2013PDF
360.May 19, 2013HexBelief of a yogi or Gnostic5/19/2013PDF
359.May 5, 2013HexVenue for some diving5/5/2013PDF
358.April 21, 2013HexGroup to which grasshoppers and crickets belong4/21/2013PDF
357.April 7, 2013Hex"No gains without pains" writer of 17454/7/2013PDF
356.March 24, 2013HexVocabulary, to a walking dictionary3/24/2013PDF
355.March 10, 2013HexSinger of the 2006 hit "Deja Vu"3/10/2013PDF
354.February 24, 2013HexHero by another name2/24/2013PDF
353.February 10, 2013HexToon with a toy piano2/10/2013PDF
352.January 27, 2013HexMuscle used in arm-flapping1/27/2013PDF
351.January 13, 2013HexMen associated with missions1/13/2013PDF
350.December 30, 2012Hex"Sh" or "wr," in phonetics12/30/2012PDF
349.December 16, 2012HexMunchies not always nutritious (2 wds.)12/16/2012PDF
348.December 2, 2012HexCounterfactual premise (hyph.)12/2/2012PDF
347.November 18, 2012Hex1985 novel of alien encounters11/18/2012PDF
346.November 4, 2012HexForum for questioning citizens (2 wds.)11/4/2012PDF
345.October 21, 2012Hex1982 film horrorfest written by Stephen King 10/21/2012PDF
344.October 7, 2012HexFail to keep up with demand (2 wds.)10/7/2012PDF
343.September 23, 2012HexIdeal amount for some gamblers (hyph.)9/23/2012PDF
342.September 9, 2012HexGathering place for the inn crowd9/9/2012PDF
341.August 26, 2012HexGuys who've got mail8/26/2012PDF
340.August 12, 2012HexSize, shape and proportions8/12/2012PDF
339.July 29, 2012HexChuck Berry song that repeatedly asks "Honey, is that you?"7/29/2012PDF
338.July 15, 2012HexConstruction technique for cranes?7/15/2012PDF
337.July 1, 2012HexSlashed picture of 2008? (2 wds.)7/1/2012PDF
336.June 17, 2012HexSparkle like snow in the sun6/17/2012PDF
335.June 3, 2012HexBroadcast of bad actors, e.g.6/3/2012PDF
334.May 20, 2012HexReal swordsman fictionalized in Dumas novels5/20/2012PDF
333.May 6, 2012HexFlirt with smooth moves5/6/2012PDF
332.April 22, 2012HexFeathery plant for a woodland garden (2 wds.)4/22/2012PDF
331.April 8, 2012HexObject of a chiseler's desire4/8/2012PDF
330.March 25, 2012HexOnline promo for a TV show3/25/2012PDF
329.March 11, 2012HexPollyanna's opposite3/11/2012PDF
328.February 26, 2012HexSleeping with the fishes2/26/2012PDF
327.February 12, 2012HexFellows in a flock2/12/2012PDF
326.January 29, 2012HexEnglish county home to the River Dee1/29/2012PDF
325.January 15, 2012HexPlace affording a panoramic view1/15/2012PDF
324.January 1, 2012HexThe world of organized crime1/1/2012PDF
323.December 18, 2011HexWalk unsteadily, tremble as one moves12/18/2011PDF
322.December 4, 2011HexRed-faced dismay12/4/2011PDF
321.November 20, 2011HexCourses for beginners?11/20/2011PDF
320.November 6, 2011HexPeriod of deterioration (hyph.)11/6/2011PDF
319.October 23, 2011HexChart-topping song of October 1962 (2 wds.)10/23/2011PDF
318.October 9, 2011HexOnline video gamer's exclamation of joy10/9/2011PDF
317.September 25, 2011HexNot particularly tailored (hyph.)9/25/2011PDF
316.September 11, 2011HexCase for a small memento9/11/2011PDF
315.August 28, 2011HexSomething felt on a man's head8/28/2011PDF
314.August 14, 2011Hex"___ is an instant vacation" (Milton Berle) 8/14/2011PDF
313.July 31, 2011HexLike some moccasins and cowboy shirts7/31/2011PDF
312.July 17, 2011HexCurrent affair taking place at a high level? (2 wds.)7/17/2011PDF
311.July 3, 2011Hex1984 debut that included a mouse7/3/2011PDF
310.June 19, 2011HexArmy form of communication?6/19/2011PDF
309.June 5, 2011HexSecond banana, in vaudeville6/5/2011PDF
308.May 22, 2011HexExpected deliverer5/22/2011PDF
307.May 8, 2011HexBig Ten squad from Minnesota, informally5/8/2011PDF
306.April 24, 2011HexWhat can be scared out of you4/24/2011PDF
305.April 10, 2011HexPlant whose root is used in magic rituals4/10/2011PDF
304.March 27, 2011HexVenture made risky by the forces of chance3/27/2011PDF
303.March 13, 2011HexHigh point in horology3/13/2011PDF
302.March 6, 2011HexIntense homesickness or longing for the past3/6/2011PDF
301.February 13, 2011HexBig and bold; attention-getting2/13/2011PDF
300.January 30, 2011HexEdna Ferber's Cotton Blossom, for one1/30/2011PDF
299.January 16, 2011HexProtagonist in H. G. Wells's "The Invisible Man"1/16/2011PDF
298.January 2, 2011HexPresident of the Senate under Nixon1/2/2011PDF
297.December 19, 2010HexTypical giver of a gift signed "from St. Nick" 12/19/2010PDF
296.December 5, 2010HexEntrepreneur who founded an Odditorium12/5/2010PDF
295.November 21, 2010HexHandouts from quartermasters11/21/2010PDF
294.November 7, 2010HexA million joules per second11/7/2010PDF
293.October 24, 2010HexSaskatchewan city that is home to an annual Festival of Words (2 wds.)10/24/2010PDF
292.October 10, 2010HexCross-out, erasure10/10/2010PDF
291.September 26, 2010HexExoskeleton in a littoral setting9/26/2010PDF
290.September 12, 2010Hex"At the same time, back at the ranch ..."9/12/2010PDF
289.August 29, 2010HexGavel-to-gavel period8/29/2010PDF
288.August 15, 2010HexRoald Dahl novel made into a 1996 movie8/15/2010PDF
287.August 1, 2010HexEpic with stanzas in the form a-b-a-b-a-b-c-c (2 wds.)8/1/2010PDF
286.July 18, 2010HexLike some Protestantism and Judaism7/18/2010PDF
285.July 4, 2010HexPlot with evil intent7/4/2010PDF
284.June 20, 2010HexOf first importance (2 wds.)6/20/2010PDF
283.June 6, 2010HexRazorback, Duroc, Poland China, etc.6/6/2010PDF
282.May 23, 2010HexSprout forth; mushroom5/23/2010PDF
281.May 9, 2010HexOffspring that don't resemble their parents5/9/2010PDF
280.April 25, 2010HexHard rock of a sort (2 wds.)4/25/2010PDF
279.April 11, 2010HexBring to life with an infusion of juice (hyph.)4/11/2010PDF
278.March 28, 2010HexMeal of cereal grain3/28/2010PDF
277.March 14, 2010HexBeluga, by another name (2 wds.)3/14/2010PDF
276.February 28, 2010HexAdvise without consent2/28/2010PDF
275.February 14, 2010HexApposite anagram of "tender names"2/14/2010PDF
274.January 31, 2010HexRole in "Shrek" with no lines1/31/2010PDF
273.January 17, 2010HexLike many a treasured heirloom1/17/2010PDF
272.January 3, 2010HexGoal reached on Dec. 14, 1911 (2 wds.)1/3/2010PDF
271.December 20, 2009HexCrag called "Six Grandfathers" by the Lakota12/20/2009PDF
270.December 6, 2009HexTV secret agent resourceful with a Swiss Army knife12/6/2009PDF
269.November 22, 2009HexGerman town where Johann Sebastian Bach was born11/22/2009PDF
268.November 8, 2009HexFate who cut the thread of destiny11/8/2009PDF
267.October 25, 2009HexPotentially spooky shift of work (2 wds.)10/25/2009PDF
266.October 11, 2009HexVersatile women's garment10/11/2009PDF
265.September 27, 2009HexMisleading bit of advice (2 wds.)9/27/2009PDF
264.September 13, 2009HexWent through some changes9/13/2009PDF
263.August 30, 2009HexExemplar of superfluity (2 wds.)8/30/2009PDF
262.August 16, 2009HexSymbiosis8/16/2009PDF
261.August 2, 2009HexAct of noncompliance8/2/2009PDF
260.July 19, 2009HexDeficient, politically correctly7/19/2009PDF
259.July 5, 2009HexFlight to another world?7/5/2009PDF
258.June 21, 2009HexOpenly shocked or bewildered (hyph.)6/21/2009PDF
257.June 7, 2009HexTV character in apartment 5B6/7/2009PDF
256.May 24, 2009HexOne allure of exploration5/24/2009PDF
255.May 10, 2009HexActivity for a chef or a dandy5/10/2009PDF
254.April 26, 2009HexBird whose courting flight spirals up, then nosedives4/26/2009PDF
253.April 12, 2009HexCow or pony well past its prime4/12/2009PDF
252.March 29, 2009HexResult of a big hit3/29/2009PDF
251.March 15, 2009HexEarly TV cop show with Lt. Dan Muldoon (2 wds.)3/15/2009PDF
250.March 1, 2009HexAwkward extra on a date (2 wds.)3/1/2009PDF
249.February 15, 2009HexFirst call before shooting2/15/2009PDF
248.January 25, 2009HexStructure or contrivance in its entirety1/25/2009PDF
247.January 18, 2009HexSoul, essence1/18/2009PDF
246.January 4, 2009Hex"Some people are afraid of heights. I'm afraid of ___." (Steven Wright)1/4/2009PDF
245.December 21, 2008HexCranky, easily annoyed12/21/2008PDF
244.December 7, 2008HexScourge of the Great Plains12/7/2008PDF
243.November 23, 2008HexNutlike Far Eastern fruit11/23/2008PDF
242.November 9, 2008HexState sought by pleasure-seekers11/9/2008PDF
241.October 26, 2008HexLocale of snakes in a 2006 thriller10/26/2008PDF
240.October 12, 2008HexPass the time as Queequeg did10/12/2008PDF
239.September 28, 2008HexTown whose main street is Chocolate Avenue9/28/2008PDF
238.September 14, 2008Hex"The very essence of ___ is uncertainty"9/14/2008PDF
237.August 31, 2008HexSoda fountain supply (2 wds.)8/31/2008PDF
236.August 17, 2008HexEndangered sea creature that is the primary source for tortoiseshell8/17/2008PDF
235.August 3, 2008HexPreprandial theatergoing option8/3/2008PDF
234.July 20, 2008HexOne way to reach a conclusion7/20/2008PDF
233.July 6, 2008HexWartime-only rank for a general (hyph.)7/6/2008PDF
232.June 22, 2008HexBusiness symbolized by three gold globes hanging from a bar6/22/2008PDF
231.June 8, 2008HexHighest mount in the continental U.S.6/8/2008PDF
230.May 25, 2008HexSymbol worn on St. George's Day (2 wds.)5/25/2008PDF
229.May 11, 2008HexDrink served in a Champagne flute5/11/2008PDF
228.April 27, 2008HexTop-level canines4/27/2008PDF
227.April 13, 2008HexAll-time pro home-run champ (2 wds.)4/13/2008PDF
226.March 30, 2008HexCrude and not very clever3/30/2008PDF
225.March 16, 2008HexLike the words in un diccionario3/16/2008PDF
224.March 2, 2008HexCraft operated alone in Egypt by this quote's author3/2/2008PDF
223.February 17, 2008HexDust Bowl Troubadour of folk music2/17/2008PDF
222.February 3, 2008HexRing used in some circus acts (2 wds.)2/3/2008PDF
221.January 20, 2008HexWhat you may shoot in the wild1/20/2008PDF
220.January 6, 2008HexTraditional preparation in a casserole or hot pot (2 wds.)1/6/2008PDF
219.December 23, 2007HexWell adapted for travel in water (hyph.)12/23/2007PDF
218.December 9, 2007HexBrowning selection?12/9/2007PDF
217.November 25, 2007HexBook listing eight Beatitudes11/25/2007PDF
216.November 11, 2007HexDiner's choice on Thanksgiving Day (2 wds.)11/11/2007PDF
215.October 28, 2007HexPolite term for a know-it-all10/28/2007PDF
214.October 14, 2007HexHere today, gone tomorrow10/14/2007PDF
213.September 30, 2007HexArtwork on two hinged panels9/30/2007PDF
212.September 16, 2007HexComposer of "The Planets"9/16/2007PDF
211.September 2, 2007HexHeated enclosure for raising fowl9/2/2007PDF
210.August 19, 2007HexMadness, from the Latin for "being out of one's furrow"8/19/2007PDF
209.August 5, 2007HexJoe Blow or John Doe8/5/2007PDF
208.July 22, 2007HexThe study of clouds and their formation7/22/2007PDF
207.July 8, 2007HexGems used in lasers of a certain hue7/8/2007PDF
206.June 24, 2007HexComposer whose dying words were "Applaud, my friends, the comedy is over"6/24/2007PDF
205.June 10, 2007HexConventionally middle-class6/10/2007PDF
204.May 27, 2007HexPlatform for public speaking5/27/2007PDF
203.May 13, 2007HexHel, to Loki, or Gaea, to Chaos5/13/2007PDF
202.April 29, 2007HexHaving a pattern of brightly colored diamond shapes4/29/2007PDF
201.April 15, 2007HexOn the way toward impoverishment4/15/2007PDF
200.April 1, 2007HexWhat Carry Nation carried into saloons4/1/2007PDF
199.March 18, 2007HexMovement upon stimulation3/18/2007PDF
198.March 4, 2007HexSet of playthings for a logophile3/4/2007PDF
197.February 18, 2007HexDevoted to pleasure2/18/2007PDF
196.February 4, 2007HexMusical performance, usually by a soloist2/4/2007PDF
195.January 21, 2007HexClub for athletically inclined seniors1/21/2007PDF
194.January 7, 2007HexGiving no quarter (hyph.)1/7/2007PDF
193.December 24, 2006HexOffer as a gift12/24/2006
192.December 10, 2006HexPurple stone thought by ancient Greeks to cure drunkenness12/10/2006
191.November 26, 2006HexLike diners observing some holidays11/26/2006
190.November 12, 2006HexWhere Boston motorists go in circles11/12/2006
189.October 29, 2006HexSupporter of Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel10/29/2006
188.October 15, 2006HexLike a manuscript in an in-box10/15/2006
187.October 1, 2006HexNot budging10/1/2006
186.September 17, 2006HexStar-studded PBS series of 19809/17/2006
185.September 3, 2006HexLabored; prepared for an infant?9/3/2006
184.August 20, 2006Hex1925 novel of a doctor from Zenith8/20/2006
183.August 6, 2006HexQuantum with no mass or charge8/6/2006
182.July 23, 2006HexThe opposite of diminished7/23/2006
181.July 9, 2006HexDavid and Goliath, e.g.7/9/2006
180.June 25, 2006HexComputer whose heyday has passed (2 wds.)6/25/2006
179.June 11, 2006HexExpert in the stuff of life6/11/2006
178.May 28, 2006HexMexican scarf used at times as a baby sling5/28/2006
177.May 14, 2006HexFlower-shaped decoration on a cake5/14/2006
176.April 30, 2006HexGreek mathematician who wrote about pi4/30/2006
175.April 16, 2006HexMany a mom or dad, say, after school lets out4/16/2006
174.April 2, 2006HexA couple of dumbbells, e.g.4/2/2006
173.March 19, 2006HexArea inside a circle of wagons3/19/2006
172.March 5, 2006HexSwiss town that's hosted an annual jazz festival since 19673/5/2006
171.February 19, 2006HexQueen who established the Spanish Inquisition2/19/2006
170.February 5, 2006HexConfigured like some pilots' formations (hyph.)2/5/2006
169.January 22, 2006HexMedieval scholar, a numbskull's eponym (2 wds.)1/22/2006
168.January 8, 2006HexField of centaurs and unicorns1/8/2006
167.December 25, 2005HexFood-raising device12/25/2005
166.December 11, 2005HexPublisher of "The Amazing Spider-Man"12/11/2005
165.November 27, 2005HexWork performed in a garage or an orchestra pit? (hyph.)11/27/2005
164.November 13, 2005HexSplit infinitive from "Star Trek" (3 wds.)11/13/2005
163.October 30, 2005HexDeliverer of enigmatic statements10/30/2005
162.October 16, 2005HexLanguage called tlhingan Hol by "native speakers"10/16/2005
161.October 2, 2005HexRadical environmentalist10/2/2005
160.September 18, 2005HexPre-extraction application9/18/2005
159.September 4, 2005HexSweetly endearing9/4/2005
158.August 21, 2005HexParent-to-child contribution8/21/2005
157.August 7, 2005HexRelease, discharge (2 wds.)8/7/2005
156.July 24, 2005HexEpisode whose ending leaves you in suspense7/24/2005
155.July 10, 2005HexGiant octopus-like sea monster of legend7/10/2005
154.June 26, 2005HexAthletic act that takes place at a tee6/26/2005
153.June 12, 2005HexTragic flaw, in literature6/12/2005
152.May 29, 2005HexWith Z, group of deep structures in the brain associated with memory and emotion5/29/2005
151.May 15, 2005HexFlorida rivals of Georgia's Bulldogs5/15/2005
150.May 1, 2005HexVisiting lecturer or museum guide5/1/2005
149.April 17, 2005HexAmplifier component4/17/2005
148.April 3, 2005HexExplanation for a magician's trick, maybe4/3/2005
147.March 20, 2005HexRuler whose title means "great house"3/20/2005
146.March 6, 2005HexBotanically persistent, like most tropical plants3/6/2005
145.February 20, 2005HexAmelia Earhart's Kansas birthplace2/20/2005
144.February 6, 2005HexSound of cymbals; group of rhinos2/6/2005
143.January 23, 2005HexFabric made from the wool of Angora goats1/23/2005
142.January 9, 2005HexTamora, over the Goths, in "Titus Andronicus"1/9/2005
141.December 26, 2004HexRemain completely dry12/26/2004
140.December 12, 2004HexBusinesslike, utilitarian (hyph.)12/12/2004
139.November 28, 2004HexContest involving recipes (hyph.)11/28/2004
138.November 14, 2004HexSeemingly self-contradictory term for a son (hyph.)11/14/2004
137.October 31, 2004HexPolitical platform?10/31/2004
136.October 17, 2004HexComposer whose first hit was "Swanee"10/17/2004
135.October 3, 2004HexOfferer of charity fund-raiser tickets10/3/2004
134.September 19, 2004HexGroove-throated whale also called a razorback9/19/2004
133.September 5, 2004HexProperty for which salvage may be paid9/5/2004
132.August 22, 2004HexDutch art school represented by Piet Mondrian (2 wds.)8/22/2004
131.August 8, 2004HexPlayful or flirtatious exchange8/8/2004
130.July 25, 2004HexShow to have had sufficient legal reason7/25/2004
129.July 11, 2004HexTriple Crown winner of 19787/11/2004
128.June 27, 2004HexWhistling bird with hornlike ear tufts (2 wds.)6/27/2004
127.June 13, 2004HexDirector of "Shoot the Piano Player," 19606/13/2004
126.May 30, 2004HexFeaturing two or more melodic parts played together5/30/2004
125.May 16, 2004HexMaker of maps and travel guides5/16/2004
124.May 2, 2004HexShooter of rounds whose score is too high5/2/2004
123.April 18, 2004HexGame played with bones4/18/2004
122.April 4, 2004HexStandard of judgment or comparison4/4/2004
121.March 21, 2004HexPlaything whose name is famously hard to say five times fast (2 wds.)3/21/2004
120.March 7, 2004HexWhere to get down3/7/2004
119.February 22, 2004HexStanley Cup champions of 1970 and 19722/22/2004
118.February 8, 2004Hex"Magnificat" composer2/8/2004
117.January 25, 2004HexConfederate capital in the Civil War1/25/2004
116.January 11, 2004HexOccupation of an ostler1/11/2004
115.December 28, 2003HexSomething seen in a shower12/28/2003
114.December 14, 2003HexDim region around a galaxy; nimbus12/14/2003
113.November 30, 2003HexAntonio Stradivari, for one11/30/2003
112.November 16, 2003Hex1996 John Sayles western (2 wds.)11/16/2003
111.November 2, 2003HexShowing lofty dignity or nobility11/2/2003
110.October 19, 2003HexVengeful sister of Orestes10/19/2003
109.October 5, 2003HexDetermination made by a stylometrist10/5/2003
108.September 21, 2003HexLeaf of a sort used by Leonardo for drawing inventions9/21/2003
107.September 7, 2003HexPertaining to the summer9/7/2003
106.August 24, 2003HexFirecracker with a zippy sound effect (hyph.)8/24/2003
105.August 17, 2003HexAffected in speech or manners; pretentiously refined (hyph.)8/17/2003
104.July 27, 2003HexType of oil high in monounsaturated fatty acids7/27/2003
103.July 13, 2003HexReflective greeting from the dawn of history? (3 wds.)7/13/2003
102.June 29, 2003HexHigh-muck-a-muck (2 wds.)6/29/2003
101.June 15, 2003HexFigure in a pivotal 1920 deal (2 wds.)6/15/2003
100.June 1, 2003HexEarldom of the eponymous John Montagu6/1/2003
99.May 18, 2003HexComic strip created by Bob Montana5/18/2003
98.May 4, 2003HexBanded metamorphic rock5/4/2003
97.April 20, 2003HexBottle with a narrow neck and a wicker casing4/20/2003
96.April 6, 2003HexOcular peduncle, ommatophore4/6/2003
95.March 23, 2003HexStaple of Northern Italian cuisine3/23/2003
94.March 9, 2003HexPainter whose "Olympia" shocked the world in 18633/9/2003
93.February 23, 2003HexHardly a subtle or pleasant raconteur2/23/2003
92.February 9, 2003HexBook, movie, TV series and Oscar-winning song (2 wds.)2/9/2003
91.January 26, 2003HexTitle role for which Olivia de Havilland won an Oscar, with "The"1/26/2003
90.January 12, 2003HexFlowering herb also called madwort and once believed to cure rabies1/12/2003
89.December 29, 2002HexFounding member of the Group f/64 (2 wds.)12/29/2002
88.December 15, 2002HexPeople-loving breed of cat12/15/2002
87.December 1, 2002HexOne of refined tastes12/1/2002
86.November 17, 2002HexSecurity measure after a prison riot11/17/2002
85.November 3, 2002HexFomenting mischief (4 wds.)11/3/2002
84.October 20, 2002HexArtwork of dubious taste10/20/2002
83.October 6, 2002Hex"Where ___ with Men for Pieces plays" (Omar Khayyam)10/6/2002
82.September 22, 2002HexDeviating from emmetropia in one of two ways9/22/2002
81.September 8, 2002HexSmall, round deep-fried cakes9/8/2002
80.August 25, 2002HexPublication of the Washington Post Company8/25/2002
79.August 11, 2002HexFerocious marcher in a column (2 wds.)8/11/2002
78.July 28, 2002HexEngine additive (2 wds.)7/28/2002
77.July 14, 2002HexParliamentary body first elected in 19497/14/2002
76.June 30, 2002HexComposition of Enchanted Mesa6/30/2002
75.June 16, 2002HexAuthor of the play "Watch on the Rhine"6/16/2002
74.June 2, 2002HexActivity of some ships and archaeologists6/2/2002
73.May 19, 2002HexFrantically claw or grope5/19/2002
72.May 5, 2002HexLike Tennyson's "Idylls of the King"5/5/2002
71.April 21, 2002HexIn one's right mind (2 wds.)4/21/2002
70.April 7, 2002HexOscar-nominated film whose sequel was 1990's "The Two Jakes"4/7/2002
69.March 24, 2002HexFigure sitting with crossed legs3/24/2002
68.March 10, 2002HexDwelling like Hawthorne's in Concord, Mass.3/10/2002
67.February 24, 2002HexUtterance of exasperation2/24/2002
66.February 10, 2002HexHope-giving reply to a wooer2/10/2002
65.January 27, 2002HexIllegitimate son of Gloucester in "King Lear"1/27/2002
64.January 13, 2002HexTreat a sore throat with liquid1/13/2002
63.December 30, 2001HexComing at the end of a series12/30/2001
62.December 16, 2001HexMad scramble, competitive struggle (2 wds.)12/16/2001
61.December 2, 2001HexRoadies and groupies12/2/2001
60.November 18, 2001HexProduct of ruthless demolition11/18/2001
59.November 11, 2001HexImperial age accessible as well as unpleasant (2 wds.)11/11/2001
58.November 4, 2001HexNeighbor of Greece11/4/2001
57.October 21, 2001HexPlayer of Dr. Stantz in "Ghostbusters"10/21/2001
56.October 7, 2001HexSquare-cut printing type without serifs or hairlines10/7/2001
55.September 23, 2001HexKnown through the senses, not the mind9/23/2001
54.September 9, 2001HexOf a Gibson girl's era9/9/2001
53.August 26, 2001HexBoisterous partying8/26/2001
52.August 12, 2001HexOne who might beat you with a stick (2 wds.)8/12/2001
51.July 29, 2001HexDirty rotten scoundrel (hyph.)7/29/2001
50.July 15, 2001HexFree of cavities7/15/2001
49.July 1, 2001HexCarbonated fruit drink at a soda fountain7/1/2001
48.June 17, 2001Hex1920's silent-film star trained by Lee Duncan (3 wds.)6/17/2001
47.June 3, 2001HexMain export of Uzbekistan6/3/2001
46.May 20, 2001HexTitle heroine of a Samuel Richardson tale, 17405/20/2001
45.May 6, 2001HexOne of a breed of dairy cattle5/6/2001
44.April 22, 2001HexBe in a state of subdued anger4/22/2001
43.April 8, 2001HexNoted painter of odalisques4/8/2001
42.March 25, 2001HexGerman composer who wrote for Lotte Lenya (2 wds.)3/25/2001
41.March 11, 2001HexWithout any charge3/11/2001
40.February 25, 2001HexAuthor of "Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays"2/25/2001
39.February 11, 2001HexDerringer or revolver, e.g.2/11/2001
38.January 28, 2001HexPolish-born novelist and dramatist (1880-1957) who wrote in Yiddish1/28/2001
37.January 14, 2001HexSource of revenue for an ecclesiastic1/14/2001
36.December 31, 2000HexWerewolf (hyph.)12/31/2000
35.December 17, 2000HexWhom Mentor counseled12/17/2000
34.December 3, 2000HexHaving no flaws or weaknesses; invulnerable12/3/2000
33.November 19, 2000HexDish served with a dollop of sour cream11/19/2000
32.November 5, 2000HexInsipidly sentimental11/5/2000
31.October 22, 2000HexTeratophobe's fear10/22/2000
30.October 8, 2000HexFish that attaches itself to sharks by means of a sucking disk10/8/2000
29.September 24, 2000HexSafeguard against computer viruses9/24/2000
28.September 10, 2000HexCraft in a work from 18789/10/2000
27.August 27, 2000HexIdol of Krishna pulled on an enormous cart8/27/2000
26.August 13, 2000HexRecord-breaking voyager whose best seller was "We"8/13/2000
25.July 30, 2000HexIngredient of pate de foie gras7/30/2000
24.July 16, 2000HexOlivier's directorial debut (2 wds.)7/16/2000
23.July 2, 2000HexPresident whose vice president was named Clinton7/2/2000
22.June 18, 2000HexTropical South American stingers (2 wds.)6/18/2000
21.June 4, 2000HexOne method of surveillance6/4/2000
20.May 21, 2000HexButler in "Remains of the Day"5/21/2000
19.May 7, 2000HexAngle measured by an astrolabe5/7/2000
18.April 23, 2000HexIt holds a little less than a jigger (2 wds.)4/23/2000
17.April 9, 2000HexSelf-satisfied conformist to middle-class ideals4/9/2000
16.March 26, 2000HexExcessive talkativeness3/26/2000
15.March 12, 2000HexHapless hunter of "Merrie Melodies" (2 wds.)3/12/2000
14.February 27, 2000HexA glow from something living, such as a firefly2/27/2000
13.February 13, 2000HexSound formed by syneresis, as the "oi" in "join"2/13/2000
12.January 30, 2000HexWooden sheathing in which the adjacent boards have overlapping edges1/30/2000
11.January 16, 2000HexBuddy Holly's Texas birthplace1/16/2000
10.January 2, 2000HexSomeone engagingly crafty1/2/2000
9.December 19, 1999HexSmall shark often seen near shore12/19/1999
8.December 5, 1999HexCosmetics, especially for actors12/5/1999
7.November 21, 1999HexBandleader with the 1939 hit "Thanks for Ev'rything" (2 wds.)11/21/1999
6.November 7, 1999HexAlloy made of tin, antimony and copper11/7/1999
5.October 24, 1999HexDessert often made from fruit (hyph.)10/24/1999
4.October 10, 1999HexFigure in blue10/10/1999
3.September 26, 1999HexRain gear trademark (hyph.)9/26/1999
2.September 12, 1999HexRoman god of fire9/12/1999
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