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CRpuzzles Crossword Puzzles are designed at the medium-to-hard solving level of a daily newspaper crossword puzzle. The user-friendly online solving tool makes this traditional puzzle favorite a pencil-less, eraser-less pleasure to do.

  • Crossword # 141
    by Randy Farmer
    Comic guys, it pays to be smart, and heart of Dixie.

  • Crossword # 140
    by Steven Snell
    Young Billy, old buddies, and Where aren't you, Idi Amin?

  • Crossword # 139
    by T. T. Truax
    Star study, loose lips, and magician mumbo jumbo.

  • Crossword # 138
    by Amy Wallace
    An old hat, some sweets, and advice for the road.

  • Crossword # 137
    by Randy Farmer
    Les femmes, in between, and on the streets.

  • Crossword # 136
    by T. T. Truax
    A bad place to live (so they moved), a great place to live (so they say and stay), and a place where nobody lives (almost).

  • Crossword # 135
    by Frannie Salenger
    Rhyme Time

  • Crossword # 134
    by R. L. & I. R. W.
    Alternate clues: Tom Hulce signature role, a goalie who can't stop a shot, and she has a great portfolio.

  • Crossword # 133
    by Steven Snell
    Near Philly, the lightbulbs come on, and I want to be alone.

  • Crossword # 132
    by Randy Farmer
    Enough is enough, Bud, so give in.

  • Crossword # 131
    by R. L. W.
    Opposite Opposites

  • Crossword # 130
    by T. T. Truax
    Splat!, Pow!, and Sssss!

  • Crossword # 129
    by Amy Wallace
    Alternate clues: Satan, the Corsican brothers, and an Olympic city twice over.

  • Crossword # 128
    by Randy Farmer
    You snooze you lose (months), "Our country, right or wrong" man in action, and Dominique Swain plays it perfectly.

  • Crossword # 127
    by T. T. Truax
    Fifth Amendment provoker, quadruple lutz leaper, and South Wing builder.

  • Crossword # 126
    by Steven Snell
    OO

  • Crossword # 125
    by R. L. W.
    Are you reddy to rumble?

  • Crossword # 124
    by Randy Farmer
    An NHL star or two, an Istanbul thing or two, and a list or two.

  • Crossword # 123
    by T. T. Truax
    Spots

  • Crossword # 122
    by Amy Wallace
    Heavy air, 007 Honey, and Home, Sweet Home

  • Crossword # 121
    by Steven Snell
    The name's the same, our favorite film about our favorite game, and the fast lane.

  • Crossword # 120
    by T. T. Truax
    Quo Gratis.

  • Crossword # 119
    by Frannie Salenger
    Gotcha, + Gotcha, + Gotcha +.

  • Crossword # 118
    by Randy Farmer
    All up front: eeEeeeeEeeeEEeeEeeeeEe EeeEeeeeEeeeEeeeeeeee.

  • Crossword # 117
    by T. T. Truax
    Wockyless, around the Bend, and the Father of Invention (in more ways than one).

  • Crossword # 116
    by Amy Wallace
    Alternate clues: Land Down Under oddity, Lasher's creator, and "The Red-Headed League" author.

  • Crossword # 115
    by T. T. Truax
    Good neighborhoods, in Dallas, and #8.

  • Crossword # 114
    by Steven Snell
    One kind of bridge, one place to look, and one part of Yugoslavia that's still part of Yugoslavia.

  • Crossword # 113
    by Randy Farmer
    Irvings, slick(er), jams.

  • Crossword # 112
    by T. T. Truax
    Bull Durham beauty, Batmen's Boss, and Robin, too.

  • Crossword # 111
    by R. L. W.
    The White House in moonlight.

  • Crossword # 110
    by Amy Wallace
    Three who go bowl-ing, 40% off, and nearly Down Under.

  • Crossword # 109
    by Frannie Salenger
    Sweet meat, a little at a time, and short of a dollar.

  • Crossword # 108
    by Steven Snell
    Sorry, George, the Pet Shop on Backstreet is closed.

  • Crossword # 107
    by Randy Farmer
    Being on a first-name basis.

  • Crossword # 106
    by Steven Snell
    Gunpowder guy, 'tis better to give, and go Clark go.

  • Crossword # 105
    by Amy Wallace
    Cubs managers, Cannes do, and ............................... oh!

  • Crossword # 104
    by T. T. Truax
    Fill in the blanks, too.

  • Crossword # 103
    by T. T. Truax
    Court time, men on a mission, and Amadeus's hometown

  • Crossword # 102
    by Randy Farmer
    In toto, co-stars, and a few other clues we dashed off.

  • Crossword # 101
    by Frannie Salenger
    Signature roles, conflicting emotions, and various Nice things.

  • Crossword # 100
    by T. T. Truax
    To mark the occasion of CRpuzzles' 100th Crossword, we give our solvers a puzzle with regular, everyday words (mostly) and common-knowledge clues (mostly) and no tricks (okay, a few)-- just like the 99 puzzles that precede it.

  • Crossword # 99
    by Steven Snell
    At the movies, at the Shore, and at the last.

  • Crossword # 98
    by Amy Wallace
    Alternate clues: Whirlaway's rider, St. Louis's famous sight, and Arnold's Eraser co-star.

  • Crossword # 97
    by Randy Farmer
    Not our favorite cartel, Zorba's not-so-little boy; and not just one-hit wonders.

  • Crossword # 96
    by Frannie Salenger
    Ka-ching, it takes two, and in post-"Death Valley Days" days.

  • Crossword # 95
    by T. T. Truax
    The man behind the desk at 36 Quai des Orfevres, Natasha in the flesh, and Dr. Mrs. Dr. (or something like that) Crane.

  • Crossword # 94
    by Steven Snell
    "Earth to Major Tom," Big Brother (and the Holding Company) is watching you, and definitely not the cheap seats.

  • Crossword # 93
    by Amy Wallace
    Star bright, a sometimes endless do, and left and right before your very eyes.

  • Crossword # 92
    by R. L. & I. R. W.
    The MacGuffin Man, two pre-Original Originals, and Stern would have made great threesome.

  • Crossword # 91
    by Randy Farmer
    Metallica, Poe, and sundry co-stars.

  • Crossword # 90
    by Amy Wallace
    Lerner & Loewe, and I've got rhythm-- but the worst ventriloquist in the history of television never did.

  • Crossword # 89
    by Frannie Salenger
    Alternate definitions: bobbled the ball, Las Vegas venue, and where the world shops.

  • Crossword # 88
    by Randy Farmer
    John D. Rockefeller, Cain and Abel's little bro, and Pandora at work.

  • Crossword # 87
    by T. T. Truax
    Fathers, state nicknames, and CRpuzzles' hometown's "celebrity" (no, not Edward Norton).

  • Crossword # 86
    by Amy Wallace
    A non-amateur Crossword Puzzle.

  • Crossword # 85
    by Steven Snell
    Walking through the Great Wall of China, Goodbye, Columbus boys, and, "Ironic"ally, how we can tell they're from north of the border.

  • Crossword # 84
    by Frannie Salenger
    A little Ron Howard, Kurt Weill, and a lotta Down Under.

  • Crossword # 83
    by T. T. Truax
    Strange painters, the Puzzle Palace, and the stars come out in April

  • Crossword # 82
    by Randy Farmer
    X or O, high fliers, and role playing.

  • Crossword # 81
    by Randy Farmer
    Four rhymes two times.

  • Crossword # 80
    by Amy Wallace
    Imports, a Roberts or two, and good, mean fun.

  • Crossword # 79
    by Frannie Salenger
    Jesse and company, Mary or Flo, and the Wild Blue Yonder

  • Crossword # 78
    by Steven Snell
    They made the songs, the songs they made, and the song she made that made her name.

  • Crossword # 77
    by T. T. Truax
    Fill in the blanks.

  • Crossword # 76
    by Randy Farmer
    Who, what, where, when.

  • Crossword # 75
    by T. T. Truax
    Alternate clues: Cookie's pop, wandering aimlessly, and an Arnold action movie.

  • Crossword # 74
    by Randy Farmer
    Popeye--not!, Hershey's Kiss--not!, and First of the Mohegans--really, yes!

  • Crossword # 73
    by Steven Snell
    A couple of plants, a couple of redos, and a couple who "getaway."

  • Crossword Puzzle 72
    by Frannie Salenger
    Get Along Little Dogies, shaking hands (figuratively), and the Land of the Blue Crab.

  • Crossword Puzzle 71
    by Amy Wallace
    Calling Rowdy Roddy Piper, a cool hiding place, and finale, North by Northwest.

  • Crossword Puzzle 70
    by T. T. Truax
    A movie with the Coreys, a super inventor, and sundry affairs.

  • Crossword Puzzle 69
    by Randy Farmer
    Alternate clues: Rye antihero, 1931 Nobel Peace Prize winner Jane, and Randle P. McMurphy state.

  • Crossword Puzzle 68
    by Steven Snell
    "Drop and give me ...," Pres. Ace Ventura, and 10 Also Known As's.

  • Crossword Puzzle 67
    by Frannie Salenger
    ___-words, a cast or two, and a few questionable clues.

  • Crossword Puzzle 66
    by Steven Snell
    Middle class, lower class, and no class.

  • Crossword Puzzle 65
    by T. T. Truax
    He loved that rascal Puff, Anse and Cash and Jewel and Vardaman who loved his mother the fish, and Double Features for movie lovers.

  • Crossword Puzzle 64
    by Randy Farmer
    Ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding, C. K. phone home, and "Do you wanna be in pictures?"

  • Crossword Puzzle 63
    by Amy Wallace
    Alternate clues: Cherbourg gear, Peg Bundy's hair, and David's care.

  • Crossword Puzzle 62
    by T. T. Truax
    Hits; hits, again; but hardly hit at all.

  • Crossword Puzzle 61
    by Frannie Salenger
    An herb or two, a family vacation spot (or two), and New York, too.

  • Crossword Puzzle 60
    by Steven Snell
    Look out, sneak speak. Awesome!

  • Crossword Puzzle 59
    by Amy Wallace
    "Take It Easy guys," Says me, "Give me your ..."

  • Crossword Puzzle 58
    by Randy Farmer
    A big rock, a big voice, and big on the balance beam.

  • Crossword Puzzle 57
    by T. T. Truax
    "Happy Days" are here again: a blast (or so) from the past--and from even longer ago than that.

  • Crossword Puzzle 56
    by Frannie Salenger
    All right, a few tricks--nothing to worry about, you'll still clean up.

  • Crossword Puzzle 55
    by Randy Farmer
    A Tony Manero demonstration, a "wise" place to vacation, and flying bluebirds' destination

  • Crossword Puzzle 54
    by Steven Snell
    A Sly nibble, a Walter Brennan original, and spy vs. spy.

  • Crossword Puzzle 53
    by T. T. Truax
    Wise guys, signs, and people, people, people.

  • Crossword Puzzle 52
    by Amy Wallace
    Crime watch, the go-to guy, and a hat to dance for.

  • Crossword Puzzle 51
    by Randy Farmer
    Clue clue: caramel-glazed custard

  • Crossword Puzzle 50
    by Steven Snell
    Lois & Clark, some big names, and a couple of "people?" from out of this world.

  • Crossword Puzzle 49
    by T. T. Truax
    Substitute definitions are Rte. 66, "Madam, I'm Adam," and Nobody's Fool

  • Crossword Puzzle 48
    by Frannie Salenger
    A couple of First Ladies, Olympians, and pure gold.

  • Crossword Puzzle 47
    by Amy Wallace
    Looking good, getting in, and apples pro and con.

  • Crossword Puzzle 46
    by T. T. Truax
    Alternative clues are Lily Tomlin prop, nickname for Col. George W. Goethals' great achievement, and Ferdinand Waldo DeMara, Jr.

  • Crossword Puzzle 45
    by Randy Farmer
    Mercury rising, monsters lurking, and a Superhero (sort-of) to save the day.

  • Crossword Puzzle 44
    by Steven Snell
    A stereotype (well, 99%), someone looking to get booted, and alternatives aplenty.

  • Crossword Puzzle 43
    by Frannie Salenger
    A grungy rock group, Alex among some grungy characters, and other grungy stuff.

  • Crossword Puzzle 42
    by T. T. Truax
    A couple of co-stars, a couple of Walkers, and a couple of parades.

  • Crossword Puzzle 41
    by Amy Wallace
    Fish, fowl, and ?

  • Crossword Puzzle 40
    by Randy Farmer
    "Tall and tan"-snap; "Hot stuff"--snap; Ed in a skimpy bathing suit--don't snap.

  • Crossword Puzzle 39
    by Frannie Salenger
    Cases for Philip Marlowe and Inspector Alan Grant, creating chaos on the radio, and the Cleavers at home.

  • Crossword Puzzle 38
    by T. T. Truax
    Bad hands, bad finances, and a rock group to match.

  • Crossword Puzzle 37
    by Amy Wallace
    A football film (sort of), old folk dancing (the dance is old, not the folk), and how to treat sore feet.

  • Crossword # 36
    by Steven Snell
    Champion's rider, a racing champion, and champions of the 70's.

  • Crossword Puzzle 35
    by Randy Farmer
    A white knight, a big blow up, and a novelist who's no phony.

  • Crossword Puzzle 34
    by Frannie Salenger
    Lilith, one way west, and some fightin' words.

  • Crossword Puzzle 33
    by T. T. Truax
    The definitive 007, a writer who defined the Western, and people with definite opinions.

  • Crossword Puzzle 32
    by Randy Farmer
    Falling down, lifting up, and a complex, ever-changing game of chance

  • Crossword Puzzle 31
    by Amy Wallace
    An actress who won fame in an automobile, an e-business star who'll help sell your automobile, and two Presidents who don't have automobiles named after them.

  • Crossword Puzzle 30
    by T. T. Truax
    A Pretty Woman, a Woman's champion, and a floral greeting any woman would love to get

  • Crossword Puzzle 29
    by Steven Snell
    A city iron built, a city Down Under, and the heart of the City of Light

  • Crossword Puzzle 28
    by Randy Farmer
    Oops!, young whippersnapper, and the stuff of legends

  • Crossword Puzzle 27
    by Frannie Salenger
    Benjamin Braddock comes of age, coming of age in the Catskills, and what it's all about

  • Crossword Puzzle 26
    by T. T. Truax
    Kansas gamers, Cyclone tamers, and three Hall-of-Famers all in a row

  • Crossword Puzzle 25
    by Randy Farmer
    A little video, a hand or two of cards, and money to burn--oh what luck!

  • Crossword Puzzle 24
    by Frannie Salenger
    Zee king, opponents for the Kings, and The King, baby

  • Crossword Puzzle 23
    by Amy Wallace
    They make you see red, they always had red ones, and red, etc.

  • Crossword Puzzle 22
    by Steven Snell
    A fantastic fun festival, a tar's tar, and some silky stuff

  • Crossword Puzzle 21
    by T. T. Truax
    A big hit for Faith Hill, five big cheeses, and a bunch of not-so-big words

  • Crossword Puzzle 20
    by Steven Snell
    Birds non-Hitchcockial, Plant and pals non-vegetable, and a little help non-psychological

  • Crossword Puzzle 19
    by Frannie Salenger
    A Bailey Barrister, Bugs Bunny, and "Bus Stop" whodunit

  • Crossword Puzzle 18
    by T. T. Truax
    A super songstress, a super Golden Oldie, and the Super Bowl champs

  • Crossword Puzzle 17
    by Amy Wallace
    A giant of the ancient world, a place for Viking greats, and an all-time Giant great

  • Crossword Puzzle 16
    by Steven Snell
    Today's substitutes are Bruce Willis, Salma Hayek, and Wally Cleaver

  • Crossword Puzzle 15
    by T. T. Truax
    Beckett's no-show, Courtney's TV beau, and "Let's Go!"

  • Crossword Puzzle 14
    by Steven Snell
    A unique way to go and a unique place to go-- with a few annoyances along the way

  • Crossword Puzzle 13
    by Frannie Salenger
    A song full of hope, a ring to hope for, and a couple of hopeful people

  • Crossword Puzzle 12
    by Amy Wallace
    Lemmon & Matthau and that certain look

  • Crossword Puzzle 11
    by Steven Snell
    Eats a little, sleeps a little, and remembers the smooth sounds of times gone by

  • Crossword Puzzle 10
    by Amy Wallace
    A movie you can't refuse, the stereotypical brother-in-law, and a WWW giant by any other definition

  • Crossword Puzzle 9
    by Frannie Salenger
    A hitmaker, an incredible ride, and a couple of dusty places

  • Crossword Puzzle 8
    by Steven Snell
    Kaboom!, "Wow! I can't believe it!", and a couple of places not to be

  • Crossword Puzzle 7
    by Frannie Salenger
    A little welcome heat, a little unwelcome heat, and Sgt. Friday at work

  • Crossword Puzzle 6
    by Steven Snell
    Watergate place, a Wimbledon champ, and Mike Ditka

  • Crossword Puzzle 5
    by Amy Wallace
    A Blues great, a spaceman, and a country by any other name

  • Crossword Puzzle 4
    by Frannie Salenger
    A vocal artiste, a rocker or two, and a band for the ages

  • Crossword Puzzle 3
    by Amy Wallace
    A Yankee, a gangster, and a poet or two

  • Crossword Puzzle # 2
    by Steven Snell
    A bad golfer, a funny feather, and the author of a saying or two

  • Crossword Puzzle # 1
    by Frannie Salenger
    A vampire, Sandy speaks, and a singer or two




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