Crossword Clues for ADAMS

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Second or sixth president Universal 14 Oct 2021
Second president Thomas Joseph 07 Oct 2021
'Arrival' and 'Enchanted' actress Amy USA Today 13 Sep 2021
'The Bachelorette' host Tayshia USA Today 03 Sep 2021
John —, US president The Times Concise 16 Aug 2021
''1776'' protagonist Newsday 11 Jun 2021
President after Washington New York Times 07 Jun 2021
President John Quincy __ Newsday 24 May 2021
NBA player Steven USA Today 21 May 2021
Second US president The Times Concise 08 May 2021
Oleta of soul New York Times 23 Apr 2021
Gospel singer Yolanda USA Today 02 Apr 2021
Second U.S. president Thomas Joseph 15 Mar 2021
"Vice" (2018) Oscar nominee Amy LA Times Daily 17 Dec 2020
'Vice' (2018) Oscar nominee Amy The Washington Post 17 Dec 2020
Amy of 'Arrival' New York Times 12 Dec 2020
Washington successor Thomas Joseph 27 Nov 2020
''Dilbert'' drawer Newsday 09 Oct 2020
*He signed the act establishing the Library of Congress The Washington Post Sunday 06 Sep 2020
Second or sixth president The Washington Post 10 Aug 2020
Second or sixth president LA Times Daily 10 Aug 2020
Actress Amy with six Oscar nominations New York Times 29 Jul 2020
''The __ Administration'' (''Hamilton'' tune) Newsday 27 Jun 2020
Actress Amy Premier Sunday 24 May 2020
See 112-Down Premier Sunday 19 Apr 2020
First vice president Universal 25 Mar 2020
Washington's successor Thomas Joseph 10 Feb 2020
President #2 LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2020
President #2 The Washington Post 13 Jan 2020
Amy of 'Arrival' USA Today 10 Dec 2019
Wall going in as US president The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Dec 2019
'Dilbert' creator Scott USA Today 11 Oct 2019
First White House occupant Universal 30 Aug 2019
Douglas ___, author of 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' New York Times 27 Feb 2019
President 2 or 6 Thomas Joseph 18 Feb 2019
Main author of the Massachusetts constitution Newsday 16 Feb 2019
First veep Wall Street Journal 09 Feb 2019
Singer and song writer Bryan ____ Canadiana 14 Jan 2019
Douglas ___, author of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"
First veep
"Dilbert" creator Scott
First White House occupant
First presidential surname to appear twice Jonesin 18 Dec 2018
Presidential name twice Universal 14 Dec 2018
Second president Thomas Joseph 08 Nov 2018
President John or John Quincy __ Newsday 05 Nov 2018
'Nixon in China' composer John The Washington Post 30 Sep 2018
"Nixon in China" composer John LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2018
He fires Hamilton in ''Hamilton'' Newsday 29 Sep 2018
Dogbert drawer Newsday 26 Jul 2018
President between Washington and Jefferson The Washington Post 23 Jul 2018
Frequent Yosemite photographer Ansel The Washington Post 19 Jun 2018
Frequent Yosemite photographer Ansel LA Times Daily 19 Jun 2018
President John or John Quincy Universal 08 May 2018
Richard ____ wrote Watership Down The Times Specialist Sunday 08 Apr 2018
Ansel or Abigail Eugene Sheffer 29 Mar 2018
First president in the White House USA Today 14 Mar 2018
"Dilbert" creator Scott LA Times Daily 05 Mar 2018
'Dilbert' creator Scott The Washington Post 05 Mar 2018
Stamp Act opposer Samuel USA Today 12 Feb 2018
__ apple The Washington Post 03 Feb 2018
__ apple LA Times Daily 03 Feb 2018
Amy of 'Arrival' The Chronicle of Higher Education 02 Feb 2018
Presidential name twice
"Nixon in China" composer John
Frequent Yosemite photographer Ansel
President between Washington and Jefferson
President John or John Quincy
__ apple
Amy of "Arrival"
Stamp Act opposer Samuel
John or John Quincy Universal 15 Dec 2017
Brewery namesake Samuel USA Today 21 Oct 2017
President Monroe's successor Universal 03 Oct 2017
''Dilbert'' cartoonist Newsday 24 Aug 2017
Boston Tea Party leader New York Times 15 Jul 2017
Ansel, Samuel or Abigail Universal 03 Jul 2017
''Another Day in Cubicle Paradise'' author Newsday 17 Jun 2017
Sam seen in bars The Washington Post 30 Apr 2017
Sam seen in bars LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2017
Scott who created Dilbert USA Today 10 Apr 2017
Two presidents Universal 05 Apr 2017
See 52-Across Premier Sunday 02 Apr 2017
2nd president Thomas Joseph 20 Feb 2017
Two presidents
Ansel, Samuel or Abigail
John or John Quincy
President Monroe's successor
Brewery namesake Samuel
Scott who created Dilbert
Boston Tea Party leader
Sam seen in bars
Second or sixth president
Scott who created "Dilbert" USA Today 11 Dec 2016
First vice president of America Universal 25 Nov 2016
Ansel —, US landscape photographer The Times Concise 10 Oct 2016
Early president Universal 20 Sep 2016
Last name of two presidents The Washington Post 17 Aug 2016
"Dilbert" cartoonist Scott USA Today 08 Aug 2016
Second or sixth U.S. president USA Today 02 Aug 2016
First one-term president LA Times Daily 05 Jul 2016
Second or sixth President The Washington Post 05 May 2016
John --, US president The Telegraph Quick 05 Mar 2016
Washington's veep Universal 23 Feb 2016
Monroe's successor USA Today 18 Feb 2016
First White House occupant USA Today 07 Feb 2016
President after Washington Newsday 02 Feb 2016
Early president
Monroe's successor
Second or sixth U.S. president
First White House occupant
"Dilbert" cartoonist Scott
First one-term president
Agent 86 player New York Times 28 Nov 2015
'Mr. ___ and Eve' (1950s CBS sitcom) The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Nov 2015
Dilbert drawer Scott Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2015
First one-term president Wall Street Journal 03 Oct 2015
One of two presidents Universal 03 Aug 2015
Washington's vice president Newsday 23 Jun 2015
First veep Thomas Joseph 20 Jun 2015
Douglas who wrote 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' New York Times 16 May 2015
#2 of 44 Jonesin 30 Apr 2015
Either of two presidents Eugene Sheffer 15 Apr 2015
Creator of Dogbert, Catbert and Ratbert LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2015
Washington's successor Eugene Sheffer 04 Mar 2015
Surname of two presidents Universal 15 Feb 2015
John or John Quincy Premier Sunday 18 Jan 2015
John or John Quincy
Dilbert drawer Scott
Agent 86 player
Douglas who wrote "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"
"Mr. ___ and Eve" (1950s CBS sitcom)
First one-term president
"Dilbert" cartoonist
Dogbert drawer
Washington's vice president
Don of "Get Smart" fame
"Somebody" Bryan
Surname of two presidents
"Waking Up the Neighbours" Bryan
One of two presidents
Surname of two presidents
Creator of Dogbert, Catbert and Ratbert
Second or sixth president
First vice president
Number one number two
Surname of two Massachusetts Constitution coauthors
First resident of the White House
Whiskeytown's Ryan
"Watership Down" author Richard
First president to occupy the White House
First U.S. vice president
Sam in a bar
First Vice President
His vice president was from a different party
Dilbert creator Scott
First vice president
Bryan or Ryan
Actress Amy of "Julie & Julia"
Second or sixth president
Political rival of Hamilton
John Quincy --
Photog Ansel
Town north of Pittsfield
Dilbert's creator
Name of two presidents
White House's first occupant
One working close to Washington?
Name of two presidents
Singer Edie
Singer Bryan
Cardinals leader Ryan
First U.S. Vice President
"Dilbert" cartoonist Scott
See 7-Down
Singer Bryan
President after Washington
McCullough bio subject
"Summer of '69" artist Bryan
Surname of two presidents
Second or sixth in a series
"Cuts Like a Knife" singer Bryan
John in the White House
"1776" protagonist
See 7-Down
John in the White House
Second or sixth president
First occupant of the White House
Apple or ale lead-in
Apple or ale lead-in
President during the XYZ Affair
"1776" role
U.S. president #2
Continental Congress VIP
Photographer Ansel
Amy of "Julie & Julia"
"Dilbert" cartoonist Scott
Presidential surname
Second or sixth president
Washington successor
First one-term U.S. president
Presidential family name
Second or sixth president
Washington successor
President before Jefferson
John or John Quincy
___ apple
'Get Smart' star Don
Washington successor
He followed Monroe
Important name in U.S. history
One of two presidents
Second president
Noted shutterbug Ansel
First one-term U.S. president
"1776" role
First U.S. vice president
Booth Tarkington's "Alice ___"
Smart player
Yosemite photographer
Sixth president
Victoria Beckham, née __
He called the U.S. vice presidency a "most insignificant office"
Monroe's successor
The White House's first occupant
First White House occupant
President from Braintree
Subject of a David McCullough political biography
"___ Rib" (Hepburn and Tracy film)
John and Samuel
Scott who draws "Dilbert"
#1 number two who became the #2 number one
Jackson predecessor
Jackson predecessor
"1776" role
Monroe's successor
Photographer Ansel
Sixth U.S. president
"1776" character
Jackson predecessor
Don of 'Get Smart'
First Lady Abigail
Don of "Get Smart"
Douglas who created Zaphod Beeblebrox
Bond girl in "Octopussy"
Hemingway's "The Nick ___ Stories"
Washington follower
First veep
Sam in a bar
First U.S. vice president
Sam in a bar
Douglas who created Zaphod Beeblebrox
One of two presidents
"The Straight Dope" author Cecil
Name of two presidents
First vice president
First occupant of the White House
Ansel of photography
Smart portrayer
First veep
John or John Q.
Photographer Ansel
Second and sixth presidential name
Washington's successor
Early U.S. president
Washington's successor
Monroe's successor
One working close to Washington?
President before Jefferson
See 13-Down
Monroe follower
"The Hitchhiker Trilogy" author
See 40-Across
__ apple
Singer Oleta
Second president
The only U.S. president whose vice president ran against him to succeed him was John ....
Writer Cecil of "The Straight Dope"
George Washington successor
Noted shutterbug Ansel
"The Hitchhiker Trilogy" author
"The Straight Dope" columnist Cecil
Dilbert's creator
___ apple
First Vice President to become President
America's first vice-president
America's first number two
"Yosemite Valley Winter" photographer
Second President
One of two presidents
See 40-Across
Major role in "1776"
Second president
Second or sixth President
First Vice President to become President
One of two presidents
"Yosemite Valley Winter" photographer
First vice president
Washington's successor
"1776" role
First vice president
See 55-Across
Subject of a 2001 best-selling McCullough biography
"Yosemite Valley Winter" photographer
John Quincy __
John Quincy __
"Get Smart" star
Jackson's predecessor
First one-term president
Brewer Samuel
Apple variety?
White House's first occupant
'Watership Down' author
Monroe's successor
See 59 Across
Grizzly, on TV
"Watership Down" novelist Richard
Photog Ansel
"Please Forgive Me" singer Bryan
First U.S. vice president
"Watership Down" author
First Lady Abigail
Historian Henry
"_____ Rib" (1949 film)
"Please Forgive Me" singer Bryan
Portrait on an old 2¢ stamp
John or Samuel who signed the Declaration of Independence
Don or John
First U.S. vice president
Sixth U.S. president
Second or sixth President
"Dilbert" cartoonist
President during the XYZ Affair
President during the XYZ Affair
First U.S. vice president
Photographer Ansel
Brewer Samuel
Smart player
John Quincy or Samuel
Smart TV star Don?
"Lonely Nights" singer Bryan
Smart player
Washington follower
He was Smart
Watership Down author Richard
Filmdom's Patch
First occupant of the White House
Name of two Presidents
Abigail, nee Smith
The first president to occupy the White House, which celebrated its 200th birthday
Washington follower
Sixth US president
Smart portrayer
Don of "Get Smart"
He became president with 71 Electoral College votes
"Get Smart" star Don
___ apple
Surname of two presidents
First United States vice president
John or John Q.
"Smart" guy
Tarkington.s Alice
___ Award (N.H.L.'s Coach of the Year trophy)
John or John Quincy
Gossip queen Cindy
-- apple
Smart player?
"Gunsmoke" Doc
Patriot Samuel
Washington successor
"1776" role
Second or sixth President
Father-and-son presidential name
"___ Rib" (1949 Tracy/Hepburn movie)
"Dilbert" cartoonist
Boston Tea Party V.I.P.
Sixth president
Brewer Samuel
Dilbert creator Scott
"Watership Down" novelist Richard
"Watership Down" author Richard
"1776" role
Second American president
Name of two presidents
President from Braintree
Revolutionary leader Samuel
First US vice president
Name of two Presidents
Early president
Federalist President
Jackson predecessor
Washington's follower
"_____ Rib," Tracy-Hepburn film
Washington's successor
Jefferson's predecessor
6th US president
Name of two Presidents
Hemingway's Nick
Apple variety
"Careless Love" novelist Alice
Second U.S. President
Presidential surname
Congressman Clayton Powell Jr. et al.
Washington's follower
Tarkington's "Alice ___"
Character considered to be Hemingway's alter ego
President Jefferson's predecessor
Maude or Samuel
Tea Party inciter
He came on after Monroe
Declaration signer
John Quincy ___
"Watership Down" author
A Sam who damned the Stamp Act
First V.P.
Maude of stage fame
No. 2 or 6
First American minister to England
Maud or Maude
Smith and Bede
Smith and West
Joey or Julie
President from Quincy, Massachusetts
President from Braintree, Mass.
John Q.
Ansel ___, famed photographer
"Grandfather Stories" author
Leader of a "Party" in 1773
President, actor or actress
Tea Party leader: Dec. 16, 1773
President: father or son
Monroe follower
Inedible apple
John, Henry, Sam or Maude
Author Samuel Hopkins
John
Apple or ale
John or Don
White House name
U.S. President
F. P. A.
U. S. President
Presidential name
Bede and Smith
With 102 Down, an entertainer
Kind of ale
Revolutionary leader
N. H. peak
President
James Truslow or John Couch
Peak in the Cascades
U.S. President.
Peak in the Presidential Range.
Peak in New Hampshire.
Name of two Presidents.
Memorable stage name.
Monroe's successor.
Peak in N.H.
President.
Kind of apple.
Part of F.P.A.
Washington's follower.
Presidential pair.
Famous stage name.
___ apple.
___ ale (water).
Name in theater lore.
Early patriot.
Abigail's White House husband.
FPA.
Famous American family.
Peak in the White Mountains.
U. S. president.
Peak in N. H.
Peak in the Cascade range.
Cascade peak.
Distinguished American family.
Famed family of patriots.
Peak in the Cascades.
Mount ___, peak in the Cascades.
Only nonagenarian among U. S. Presidents (1735–1826).
Gen. Persons' predecessor.
Sherman ___.
Presidential assistant.
Broadway's Daisy Mae.
Peak of White Mountain.
White House VIP.
Washington VIP.
Peak of the Presidential Range.
White House aide.
Washington V. I. P.
Presidential Assistant.
Booth Tarkington's Alice.
Recently resigned Army Counselor.
Author of "Grandfather Stories."
Eisenhower's right-hand man.
White House V. I. P.
Sixth President.
One of Ike's aides.
Assistant to the President.
Chief of White House staff.
One of Eisenhower's chief aides.
N. H. Governor, Eisenhower's chief assistant.
Assistant to Eisenhower.
The second or sixth U. S. President.
Ike's campaign chief.
Governor in Concord.
Eisenhower's "Chief of Staff."
Author of "Nearer, My God, to Thee."
Abigail ___, mother of our 6th President.
The Maude who played "A Kiss for Cinderella."
Stage name of Miss Kiskadden.
Information Please expert.
Governor of the Granite State.
Governor of New Hampshire.
Governor at Concord.
The A in F. P. A.
The second or the sixth President.
Author of a famous diary.
President during XYZ Affair.
"The Education of Henry ___."
Miss Kiskadden's stage name.
Our second President.
Information Please standby.
Our first V. P.
"Information Please" expert.
Fadiman's expert.
Second President.
Second U. S. President.
Second President of U. S.
"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" author
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