Here you will find all Crosswords Clues.

"Higher, higher, to the left a smidge, that's it!" follower 73
Writer who wrote "A bear, however hard he tries, / Grows tubby without exercise" 90
"Dog the Bounty Hunter" network, and a hint to the theme in this puzzle's four longest answers 108
"Breaking Bad" star ___ Paul, who won his third Emmy on August 25th 77
Organization whose members are at least halfway toward becoming centenarians 76
Org. with the Sullivan Award for character, leadership and sportsmanship 72
"What Do You Do With ___ in English?" ("Avenue Q" song) 75
"What Do You Do With ____ in English?" ("Avenue Q" song) 76
"Avenue Q" song, "What Do You Do with ___ in English?" 74
Quartet that broke out in spring 1972, and the scheme of this puzzle's theme 80
Pop group whose first Top 40 album was, appropriately, "Arrival" 74
"___ Gold," 1992 album that has sold 28 million copies worldwide 74
"Climb Ev'ry Mountain" singer in "The Sound of Music" 77
"6. I was mildly disappointed when I walked down ___ Road in London.I wanted it to be more magical, I guess" 118
Will's rabbit brother in Matt Groening's "Life in Hell" strip 79
Simpson who said: "Grass today is sharper than when I was a boy" 74
Nickname of the man (born 2/12/1809) who gave the address at 18A, issued the 28A/45A, was the first elected president of the 60A Party, and whose name can be found in this puzzle's main diagonal 198
"How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" librettist Burrows 79
Mathematician who proved the impossibility of solving the quintic equation 74
British sitcom with the theme song "This Wheel's on Fire," familiarly 83
'90s Britcom whose theme song is "This Wheel's on Fire" 73
"Million Dollar ___" (2006 "Simpsons" episode featuring Homer's dad) 92
"___ Baby" (song that begin "Yes I's finished on y'all farm land with yo' boll weevils and all") 128
"Hair" song with the lyrics "four score and seven years ago" 80
"It's not ___ truck. It's a series of tubes" (Senator Ted Stevens describing the internet) 108
Word that keeps the same meaning if "cap-" is added at the front 74
Blood-typing letters, and a hint to the "transfusions" in this puzzle 79
Place to live (different ones are hidden in this puzzle's four longest answers) 83
"Ghosts of the ___" (James Cameron documentary about the Titanic) 75
Rock band whose first album was titled, appropriately, "High Voltage" 79
Band with the second-highest-selling album of all time (behind "Thriller") 84
Rare occurrence at the U.S. Open on Father's Day that's a common occurrence at the U.S. Open on Labor Day 113
"___ Off the Old Tooth" ("Alvin & the Chipmunks" episode) 81
Classic Dickens title (from whose 10 letters this puzzle was constructed) 73
End of the count at the beginning of Kraftwerk's "Numbers" 72
Org. with the motto "Because Freedom Can't Protect Itself" 72
Gp. of which Michael Dukakis was proud to be a "card-carrying member" 79
Fictional manufacturer of disintegrating pistols and jet-propelled unicycles 76
Fictional corporation that supplied rocket-powered roller skates and jet-propelled pogo sticks 94
Squirrel's staple [don't miss great indie puzzles from! subscribe today!] 94
Whence "Nothing will come of nothing" in "King Lear" 72
When Stanley cries "Hey, Stella!" in "A Streetcar Named Desire" 83
When Elder Kevin Price goes to Uganda, in "The Book of Mormon" 72
When Jaques says, "All the world's a stage" in "As You Like It" 87
Words with ''good faith'' or ''self-defense'' 77
When ''eye of newt'' is mentioned in ''Macbeth'' 80
When the witches in "Macbeth" say "Double, double toil and trouble" 87
When the line "Double, double toil and trouble" is delivered in "Macbeth" 93
When Othello says to Desdemona, "... would thou hadst ne'er been born!" 85
In "Macbeth," it starts with the line "Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd" 97
"We'll tak ___ o' kindness yet" (line from "Auld Lang Syne") 88
___ accent, mark used symmetrically six times in this puzzle's solution 75
1969 literary heroine who says "I like the words damozel, eglantine, elegant. I love when you kiss my elongated white hand" 133
"Children of her type contrive the purest philosophies" Nabokov girl 78
___ Quonsett (Oscar-winning role for Helen Hayes in "Airport") 72
Proverb containing wisdom almost certainly contradicted by some other proverb 77
Gilbert ___, author of "A Void," a 290-page novel without the letter E 80
Firefighter Red, inspiration for John Wayne's "Hellfighters" 74
Scott of "Parks and Recreation" [The AV Club goes subscription only soon! Sign up at] 107
Dunn who set an American League record by striking out 222 times in 2012 72
The only U.S. president whose vice president ran against him to succeed him was John .... 89
He called the U.S. vice presidency a "most insignificant office" 74
1949 comedy about husband-and-wife lawyers on opposing sides of a murder case 77
Words with ''remember'' or ''celebrate'' 72
Contract extras, and read differently, a hint to this puzzle's theme 72
Confuse—or what to do to four common phrases to form this puzzle's theme answers 88
British singer with the age-related albums "19" and "21" 76
First female singer to have three different singles in Billboard's Top 10 at one time 89
Sarah McLachlan song that says "I do believe I've failed you" 75
Org. founded in 1913 "to put an end forever to unjust and unfair discrimination against and ridicule of any sect or body of citizens" 143
Alfred who broke with Freud to focus on "individual psychology" 73
What swing state viewers might experience as the presidential election draws closer, punnily, or a possible title for this week's puzzle? 141
___ Annie (singer of "I Cain't Say No" in "Oklahoma!") 78
___ Annie (girl who "cain't say no" in "Oklahoma!") 75
"Outside of ___, a book is man's best friend ..." (Groucho Marx) 78
" .... inside of ___ it's too dark to read" (Groucho Marx punchline) 82
He was satirized by the character Adenoid in "The Great Dictator" 75
Vikings running back Peterson who holds the NFL record for yards rushed in a single game 88
Whence the line "Whatever it is, I fear Greeks even when they bring gifts" 84
Prefix with ''ballistics'' or ''magnetic'' 74
Prefix with ''ballistic'' or ''dynamic'' 72
Source of the saying "The gods help them that help themselves" 72
"__ & Son": "The Bullwinkle Show" feature involving morality tales 90
"Bearing gifts, we traverse __": "We Three Kings" lyric 75
Movie org. that created a top-100 list from which all of this puzzle's quotes come 86
"Is this __ time ... to talk of Pensions and Grenadiers?": Sterne 75
"Here, __ Heaven, I ratify this my rich gift": "The Tempest" 80
Houses with sharply angled roofs, and what this puzzle's four longest answers literally have in common 106
#1 hit that was preceded and succeeded by Men At Works "Down Under" 77
Rebelliously, perhaps (and a hint to this puzzle's four theme answers) 74
"Jumpin' Jack Flash, it's __ ...": Rolling Stones lyric 73
Christie who wrote a mystery novel about bridge (but presumably never closed one on purpose to be a dick) 105
"___ is an issue of mind over matter.If you don't mind, it doesn't matter." (Mark Twain) 106
Writer whose Pulitzer for "A Death in the Family" was posthumous 74
Wordplay expert Jon who wrote the spoonerism book "Smart Feller Fart Smeller" 87
Only outfielder besides Winfield to win Gold Gloves in both leagues in the 1900s 80
N.L. outfielder who won a Gold Glove in 1970 along with Clemente and Rose 73
James with the ironically titled "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" 73
Former CIA agent Philip who wrote the 1987 memoir "On the Run" 72
First of three Mets to hit a lead-off home run in a World Series Game 3 (he did it in '69, Garrett in '73, and Dykstra in '86) 138