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Random unique answer words

40 answers which have never been reused

This page is just for fun. It's a random collection of rare crossword answers; so rare that each appears only in a single Modern Era puzzle. Bogus entries (thematic words that make sense only in that crossword) are excluded.

There are 49,146 unique Modern Era answer words in the database.

Click any word to see it in the context of its puzzle. Words in this color did appear in pre-Shortz crosswords.

AIRPOWERWed Dec 29, 2004Military strength in the skyJay Giess
BEARINMINDSat Sep 24, 1994Be aware ofManny Nosowsky
BEWISEWed Mar 23, 1994".... consider her ways, and ___": ProverbsCathy Millhauser
CENTENNIALSTATEFri Mar 22, 1996Colorado, with "the"F. A. Longo
COMMANDINGSun Nov 12, 2023Large, as a leadGarrett Chalfin
COMMITTOTHEBITFri Apr 5, 2024Go all in for a gagRebecca Goldstein
COUPLESSun Jul 8, 2012CombinesJoel Fagliano
DAVESSat Oct 27, 2007Dr. Seuss's "Too Many ___"Brendan Emmett Quigley
DIAGONALLYSun Jan 13, 2013See 119-AcrossElizabeth C. Gorski
DRUGLAWSSun Aug 31, 2014Narcs enforce themJoel Fagliano
ENDEAVOREDSun Mar 10, 2019Made an attemptAdam Fromm
FLORENCEITALYTue Jan 8, 2002European cultural centerJanet R. Bender
FORTIFIESWed Sep 12, 2007Enriches with vitaminsAlan Arbesfeld
HASADATESun Jan 10, 2021Isn't attending solo, sayAlex Bajcz
HEATHERSSun Feb 18, 19961989 Winona Ryder movieNorma Steinberg
HUFFPOSat Jul 29, 2023Daily Beast alternative, familiarlySam Ezersky
IJUSTMIGHTFri Mar 8, 2019"Hmm, sounds like a good idea"David Steinberg
INTERDEPENDENCESat Oct 7, 2000Reciprocal relationshipChuck Menning
INVADERSSun Sep 4, 2016Martians, in "The War of the Worlds"Tom McCoy
LAMAZECLASSSat Sep 10, 2022Recommended labor practiceKameron Austin Collins
LATHEREDMon Mar 10, 2003Angry, with "up"Gail Grabowski
MELIKESun Aug 2, 2015Informal approvalMatt Ginsberg
MOVIEPOSTERSun Apr 10, 2022Bit of cinema d├ęcorDavid W. Tuffs
MUCHTOMYCHAGRINFri Jul 18, 2008"Unfortunately ..."Mike Nothnagel
MUSICWITHWed Jul 24, 1996Start of a comment by G.K. ChestertonA. Micci
NUMEROSSun Apr 8, 2001Spanish counts?Randolph Ross
OVEREMOTEFri Jan 19, 2001Really ham it up, redundantlyJoe DiPietro
PENDRAGONSun Jan 30, 2011King Arthur's family nameKevin G. Der and Jessica A. Hui
PERSONALSPACESat Jan 19, 2019Mine field?Erik Agard and Paolo Pasco
PLAYTHINGSat Nov 30, 1996PawnR. Norris
PLEDGETOWed Feb 16, 2022Promise that one willRich Proulx
QUITEAFEWMon Sep 3, 2012Many ... or a hint to the ends of 17-, 23-, 34-, 40- and 46-AcrossC. W. Stewart
ROCKTHEBOATSun Aug 9, 2015Need cruise ship band to ...Melanie Miller
STAGNATIONFri Oct 2, 2015Result of standing too long, maybePatrick Berry
THREETOEDWed Mar 14, 2012Like some slothsDave Sarpola
TOWELRACKMon Feb 22, 2021Bar from the bathroom?Barbara Lin
UNSTINTINGLYThu Feb 25, 2010In a very generous mannerHolden Baker
VACUUMUPThu Sep 1, 2011Clean, in a wayJoel Fagliano
WALDENPONDFri Jan 1, 2016Famed cabin siteDavid Steinberg
WAWASThu Feb 20, 2014Jazz trumpet soundsZhouqin Burnikel and Don Gagliardo
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