Here you will find all Crosswords Clues.

T. S. Eliot title character who measures out his life with coffee spoons 72
T: Ever audit somebody and find they've overpaid? A: __ (Buddy Holly) 73
Tackle box item turned hair accessory that was one of Yahoo!'s "Worst Trends of 2011" 99
Taiwanese LPGA star who is the youngest golfer to win five major championships 78
Take two balloons, hold them side by side, then twist the whole thing in the middle 83
Talk radio personality with the comedy album "One Sacred Chicken to Go With Anthrax" 94
Talk show about words like "zeppelin" and "dirigible"? 74
Talk show host on the current season of "The Celebrity Apprentice" 76
Talking Heads' "As the days go by, let the water hold me down" song 81
Talks that may ask "What's it like having a palace in Tatooine"? 78
Tallinn's St. ___ Church, once said to be the tallest building in Europe 76
Target of Bill Maher's "New Rule: stop wearing plastic shoes" 75
Target of criticism in Vincent Bugliosi's 1996 book "Outrage" 75
Tarzan's order to Cheeta when the wedding bouquets didn't arrive? 73
Tarzan's response to, "Hey, where do they keep the sugar on this ship?" 85
Tatum O'Neal's character in "The Bad News Bears," e.g. 72
Tatyana of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," or a later role for the Fresh Prince himself 96
Taylor Swift song that contains the line, "Fighting with him was like trying to solve a crossword and realizing there's no right answer" 150
Teacher's comment that she maybe might write near sentences sort of like this current clue here 99
Team that finished last out of ten teams in each of its first four seasons 74
Team that has won the World Series three times while based in three different cities 84
Team that plays "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" during the seventh inning stretch 93
Team that staged the infamous Disco Demolition Night, which led to a forfeit 76
Team whose playing venue appears on the National Register of Historic Places 76
Team whose stadium was built by seizing private property in Brooklyn via eminent domain 87
Team Wilt Chamberlain played for when he scored 100 points in a single game 75
Team with which Yogi Berra and Willie Mays both ended their playing careers 75
Teammate of Reggie, Rollie, Catfish, and Vida on the 1970s Oakland A's 74
Teamster leader who was rumored to be buried under the end zone at Giants Stadium 81
Tech product whose original slogan was "There's no step three!" 77
Technique used to stop the Gulf of Mexico oil spill ... or an alternate name for this puzzle 92
Technology at issue in the 1984 Supreme Court case Sony Corp. of America vs. Universal Studios, Inc. 100
Technology that I guess has outed me as a robot because I always get it wrong 77
Teen movie franchise whose box set is titled "The Full Reveal" 72
Temporarily not playing, in baseball lingo (and a hint to this puzzle's theme) 82
Temporary numeric identifications assigned to a node in an internet network 75
Tennessee Williams's "The Mutilated" or "Lifeboat Drill" 80
Tennessee's NCAA women's basketball team (with "Vols") 72
Tennis player who was the subject of a popular David Foster Wallace essay 73
Tennyson poem that begins "I waited for the train at Coventry" 72
Term borrowed from a board game to describe an easy means of escape from a bad situation 88
Term from astrophysics that describes the stretching of objects in very strong gravitational fields 99
Terrifying (or at least super irritating) group for anyone who isn't their age, often 89
Test outcome that once might have classified someone as a "moron" 75
Test subject #1 perceives 1 as brown, 2 as red, 8 as gray; maybe he works as an ... 83
Test subject #2 perceives 1 as yellow, 3 as red, 8 as black; maybe she owns a ... 81
Test subject #4 perceives A and C as blue, B and D as orange, 1 and 2 as red; maybe she rides the ... 101
Tex-Mex dish with lettuce, tomato, cheese, etc., in a hard tortilla "bowl" 84
Texas city obsessed with the Permian Panthers in "Friday Night Lights" 80
Texas city that's the setting for the film "Friday Night Lights" 78
Texas oil company whose name comes from the Spanish for "treasure" 76
Text adventure with the classic line "It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue." 105
Texter's "it's a secret" shorthand spelled out by the starts of four puzzle answers 101
That guy who shoves his political beliefs on you whether you like it or not, briefly 84
The "greatest blessing" and the "greatest plague": Euripides 80
The "her" in Beethoven's question "Who comprehends her?" 80
The "her" in Broadway's "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" 87
The "her" in the lyric "I met her in a club down in old Soho" 81
The "Her" of "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low" 74
The "her" of "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" 72
The "home" in John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" 81
The "it" in the lyric "turn it on, wind it up, blow it out" 79
The "me" in "nothing can stop me now," in a 1962 #1 hit 75
The "one man" in the tagline, "One man's struggle to take it easy" 90
The "only g-g-g-girl that I adore," according to a WWI-era song 74
The "she" in "Of all the gin joints ... she walks into mine" 80
The "She" in Spike Lee's "She's Gotta Have It" 74
The "she" in the lyric "And when she passes, I smile" 73
The "she" in the lyric "She walked up to me and she asked me to dance" 90
The "ugly" to Clint's "good" and Lee's "bad" 82
The "voice" in Bloch's "Voice in the Wilderness" 72
The "Wedding March" was written for her wedding in "Lohengrin" 82
The "what" of a Clue accusation, whose identity is hinted at by the three circled answers in this quadrant 116
The "where" of a Clue accusation, whose identity is hinted at by the three circled answers in this quadrant 117
The "who" of a Clue accusation, whose identity is hinted at by the three circled answers in this quadrant 115
The "you" in the 1968 lyric "Gee I think you're swell" 78
The "you" in the lyric "I'll see you in my dreams" 74
The 2005-06 season was the first since 1950-51 in which this type of show wasn't among Nielsen's top 10 111
The 2x2 black square near the middle of this puzzle's grid, e.g., which is part of eight answers 100
The ability to be on a string, can mouth along to what I'm saying, etc. 75
The act of waiting for a partner to finish shopping, per the Urban Dictionary (+O) 82
The album "Honky Tonk Angels" is a collaboration of Dolly, Tammy and her 82
The Arcade Fire's "___ année sans lumière" ("A Year Without Light") 97
The artist ___ wrote a four-book treatise on a) human proportions; b) botany; c) choral music; d) theology 106
The BBC promoted V-for-Victory in musical Morse code by frequenty broadcasting _____ 84
The BBC's "Pinwright's Progress" is reportedly the first TV one 81
The best-selling two-seat convertible sports car in history, according to Guinness 82
The Boston Symphony played its second movement to commemorate FDR's death 77
The bright side (according to Chinese philosophy) of an Oscar-winning film director? 84
The candidate from the Bachelor Party said that under him the country would ___ 79
The Coasters' record label (coincidentally, all its letters appear in their name) 85
The cover photo of him from the 1992 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year issue was used in 2005 as a postage stamp 119
The crooked realty agent tried to sell some sucker the Golden Gate by offering a... 83
The Delacorte Theater's "Mother Courage and Her Children"? 72
The desire people have to do something good without getting out of their chair 78
The Donald declared him the winner of 2012's "Celebrity Apprentice" 81
The earliest possible time that this crossword will be finished tonight, unfortunately 86
The earliest surviving one, made in 1932, features the Philadelphia Orchestra 77
The first blank in the seafood restaurant sign "___ ___ season" 73
The first non-British to receive Britain's Dickin Medal for Gallantry was a _____ 85