The Word : 5 answers – Crossword-Clue
|"The word ___"||MUM||3|
|''__ the word!''||MUMS||4|
|"The word ___"||ISOUT||5|
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___ about (spread the word) ''__ the word!'' ''__ the word'' (''Don't tell anyone'') ''Don't __!'' (''Mum's the word!'') " . . . keep the word of promise to ___": Macbeth "___ Have to Say the Words?" (1992 Bryan Adams hit) "___ them" (words from Bo-Peep) "___'s the word!" "... what the meaning of the word ___" (Bill Clinton) "...What the meaning of the word ___" (Bill Cinton) "Ay, there's the ___" (words from Hamlet) "Hamlet" character who says, "These words, like daggers, enter in mine ears" "I don't know the words ... " "I don't remember the words ..." "I don't remember the words..." "I forget the words" bit "I forgot the words" syllables "I wonder what the word for 'dots' looks like in Braille," e.g. "Keep it under your ___!" ("Mum's the word!") "Lady of the ___": Wordsworth "Let me hear the words!" "Mum's the word, friend!" "Mum's the word!" "Romeo and Juliet" character who claims to hate the word "peace" "Send the word" song "Spread the Word" author "The word ___" "The Word of Love" poet "The word," to secret keepers "The Words" autobiographer "The World" follows these words "While there ___" (words from General William Booth's creed) (I can't remember the words ...) ["I can't remember the words..."] [I can't remember the words to this song] *Fire down below? (and the end of the word ladder) *Sex column that coined the word "santorum" *Start of the word ladder *Writer who coined the word "booboisie" 1921 play that introduced the word "robot" 1921 play that gave us the word "robot" 1976 #1 hit whose title follows the words "There must be ..." All the words in a language Apostate "___ the Words" Astronomer who coined the word "nova" Bacteriologist Paul who coined the word "chemotherapy" Barely get the words out Batting-practice contraptions (this involves two theme words) * Book of the Bible in which the word "God" never appears Book with the words "Fish in a tree. How can that be?" Broadcasting award inscribed with the words "The University of Georgia" Bryan Adams "Do I ___ to Say the Words?" Capek play that introduced the word "robot" Carol with the words "hear the angel voices" Change the wording of Changes the wording Character who says "talk of peace? I hate the word as I hate hell, all Montagues and thee." Children's author who coined the word "nerd" Cincinnati team until 1959 (they kept one of the words) City whose name was the source of the word "sherry" Classic Broadway show tune, or a hint to the word ladder revealed by the answers to the eight starred clues Classic novel of 1,000 pages ... or a hint to the word ladder formed by the answers to the starred clues Classic song with the words "Look away! Look away! Look away!" Coin that ironically doesn't have the word "ten" on it Coin with the words REPVBBLICA ITALIANA Columnist Herb who coined the word "beatnik" Comic who coined the words "eneagled," "mantasy," and "freem" Constructed for endurance, and a hint for the word hidden in 20-, 34- and 43-Across Continue without the words Czech play that introduced the word "robot" Czech play where the word "robot" came from Czech playwright who coined the word "robot" Didn't ignore the words of Doesn't know the words? End of the word ladder Engaged in a war of the words Eschew the word processor Fail to know the words, maybe Fantasy writer who coined the word "tween" Feature of the word 'sign' Feeling literal, the guy with the dead-end fast food job tattooed the word ___ Feeling literal, the small-time con woman tattooed the word ___ Feeling literal, the woman with the zoo-going addiction tattooed the word ___ First word across in the first-ever crossword (1913) and the first of a dozen appearances of the word in this puzzle's grid, written word search-style (left, right, down, and diagonally) ... Can you f Fix the wording Forget the words Forget the words maybe Forgets the words, maybe French politician ___ de Silhouette, from whom the word "silhouette" comes Gershwin who wrote the words Get the word Get the word out, perhaps Get the word out? Get the words wrong Gets the word Gets the word out? Give the word Got the word Got the word out? Grp. whose seal has the words "This we'll defend" Gus who wrote the words to "Makin' Whoopee" Half of the word "inning" He never actually spoke the words in 49-Across He took the words out of Bergen's mouth He wrote the words and music for Johnny's "A Boy Named Sue" He's famous for the words "There's a sucker born every minute" Horatio Alger theme word How the word "stewardesses" can be typed Irish writer who coined the word "quark" It can precede the words at either end of 20-, 39-, and 58-Across It carries the words "Rey de Espana" It carries the words "Rey de España" It gets the word out It may be ''the word'' It may carry the words ''Rey de Espana'' It mentions the words "more perfect" It might be the word It's "the word" It's sometimes the word It's the word on the street Its flag has a cross with the words "For gallantry" on it Judge's demand, and a hint to this puzzle's theme words, which end 17-, 27- and 44-Across Karel ___, writer who coined the word "robot" Language from which the word "cummerbund" is derived Language from which the word "dungaree" is borrowed Language in which "k" and "v" are the words for "to" and "in" Language of the words dropped from 1-, 19-, 36-, and 56-Across Language that gave us the word "berserk" Language that gave us the word "boondocks" Language that gave us the word "catawba" Language that gave us the word "cwm" Language that gave us the word "golem" Language that gave us the word "kiwi" Language that gave us the word "maven" Language that gave us the word "pajamas" Language that gave us the word "polka" Language that gave us the word "sauna" Language that gave us the word "smorgasbord" Language that gave us the word "tattoo" Language that gave us the word "whisky" Language that gave us the words "kayak" and "igloo" Language that gave us the words "mako" and "moa" Language that gave us the words "tiki" and "kiwi" Language that gave us the words heard phonetically in the answers to the starred clues Language that's the source of the words answered by this puzzle's starred clues Language we got the words "basmati" and "juggernaut" from Language which gave us the word "calico" Last words from Hamlet (well, he goes on for a while after that, but these words sum it up) Latin phrase in the etymology of the word whose symbol is "&" Like many a crossword clue for the word OREO, or like old Oreos Like the clues in all the words in this puzzle Like the letters of one word in 17-, 27-, 45-, and 60-Across - and what the words themselves can be Like the theme words in this puzzle? Like the word "curiae" in "amicus curiae" Like the word "cwm" Like the word "its," often Like the word "kiwi" Like the word of God Like the words "hoagie" and "kitty-corner" Like the words of a man of few words Lip ___ (mouths the words) Lip-___ (mouth the words) Local convenience ... or a hint to the words in the circled squares Lyricist born 11/18/1909 who wrote the words to the 10 songs with asterisked clues Machine destroyer Ludd, from whom the word "Luddite" is derived Modern way to get the word out Mouth the words New slogan for a Texas city trying to spread the word about its cheap ammunition? Nickname of Notre Dame's mural "The Word of Life" Number of letters in the theme word Number of times this puzzle's theme word appears diagonally in the grid (to complete the puzzle, shade those words plus the Down answers that begin where they meet) Obviously doesn't know the words One way to get the word out? Opera character who sees the words "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here" Org. concerned with the word spelled by the starts of 18-, 24-, 36-, 54- and 59-Across Origin of the word "behemoth" Origin of the word "cheetah" Origin of the word "troll" Pass the word Passed the word Place for the words "Miss USA" Place to fix this puzzle's theme words? Place to use this puzzle's theme words? Play from which the word "robot" comes Play that coined the word "robot" Play that gave us the word "robot" Play that introduced the word "robot" Playwright who coined the word "robot" Preaching the Word Pres.who said the word "communism" six times in his inaugural address. Private ... or a hint to the words spelled by the circled letters Proceed without the words Psychic letters hidden in the theme words Publication that coined the word "sitcom" QU filler (Last week: The twentieth 12 in last week's solution was the Roman numeral XII in the word TAXIING.) Question not asked in this puzzle's theme words R&B band The Word singer Redistributionist's catchphrase ... or a hint to the words formed by the circled letters Ref. that added the word "anally" in 2010 Related to the word of god, in a way
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