Word "AND" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Conjunction
Definition:
A particle which expresses the relation of connection or addition. It is used to conjoin a word with a word, a clause with a clause, or a sentence with a sentence.

Crossword Clues for AND

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Clue Source Date
"So ...?" Universal 22 Jun 2022
"What's more ... " LA Times Daily 15 Jun 2022
Furthermore Wall Street Journal 14 Jun 2022
"So?" LA Times Daily 09 Jun 2022
'So?' The Washington Post 09 Jun 2022
Plus Thomas Joseph 06 Jun 2022
'Also . . .' USA Today 04 Jun 2022
& USA Today 02 Jun 2022
"Your point is?" LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2022
Cockney workman, a joiner The Times Cryptic 30 May 2022
Furthermore LA Times Daily 25 May 2022
Part four of our message Canadiana 23 May 2022
“So?” Wall Street Journal 07 May 2022
''Your point being . . .'' Newsday 06 May 2022
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 04 May 2022
Plus Wall Street Journal 03 May 2022
'Do you have a point?' USA Today 03 May 2022
Joining word Family Time 01 May 2022
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 20 Apr 2022
As well as The Washington Post 16 Apr 2022
As well as LA Times Daily 16 Apr 2022
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 14 Apr 2022
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 12 Apr 2022
“Your point being?” Wall Street Journal 06 Apr 2022
"Furthermore ... " LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2022
'Furthermore ... ' The Washington Post 05 Apr 2022
& USA Today 31 Mar 2022
Cockney worker is a joiner The Guardian Quiptic 28 Mar 2022
"In addition ..." Universal 19 Mar 2022
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 17 Mar 2022
Word that follows an Oxford comma The Washington Post Sunday 13 Mar 2022
& Universal 13 Mar 2022
"What do you want me to do about it?" New York Times 12 Mar 2022
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 10 Mar 2022
Common conjunction Thomas Joseph 01 Mar 2022
See 2 The Guardian Cryptic 08 Feb 2022
“That’s it?” New York Times 30 Jan 2022
Plus Canadiana 24 Jan 2022
Above ___ beyond USA Today 23 Jan 2022
Word that links Family Time 23 Jan 2022
& USA Today 21 Jan 2022
Short ___ sweet Universal 09 Jan 2022
'Furthermore . . .' USA Today 05 Jan 2022
“… is there more?” New York Times 02 Jan 2022
Moreover Premier Sunday 02 Jan 2022
Hide-___-seek The Washington Post Sunday 02 Jan 2022
Plus Thomas Joseph 28 Dec 2021
Fun ___ games Universal 26 Dec 2021
Ampersand's meaning USA Today 21 Dec 2021
"Then what?" LA Times Daily 18 Dec 2021
'... so? Is that all?' The Washington Post Sunday 28 Nov 2021
"There's more, right?" LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2021
'So?' USA Today 19 Nov 2021
What may connect strings of recessive genetic material? The Telegraph Toughie 17 Nov 2021
'Your point being?' USA Today 04 Nov 2021
Commonly used connector Family Time 31 Oct 2021
Again ___ again USA Today 17 Oct 2021
Part of A&E? LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2021
'Akeelah ___ the Bee' USA Today 14 Oct 2021
Part of A&E? The Washington Post 14 Oct 2021
Linking word Thomas Joseph 11 Oct 2021
Common conjunction Wall Street Journal 28 Sep 2021
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 20 Sep 2021
'Also . . .' USA Today 20 Sep 2021
''What's more . . .'' Newsday 19 Sep 2021
With 21-Across, odds follower The Washington Post 10 Sep 2021
With 21-Across, odds follower LA Times Daily 10 Sep 2021
With 14 Down, 'Their exact words were ...' The Washington Post Sunday 05 Sep 2021
The 'e' in Genoa? New York Times 05 Sep 2021
''Furthermore . . .'' Newsday 24 Aug 2021
Easter prayer part 4 Canadiana 23 Aug 2021
"Is there more?" LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2021
'Is there more?' The Washington Post 20 Aug 2021
Now __ then (occasionally) Newsday 16 Aug 2021
Furthermore Thomas Joseph 12 Aug 2021
'What of it?' New York Times 07 Aug 2021
What 'n' might mean New York Times 06 Aug 2021
'In addition . . .' USA Today 05 Aug 2021
Paired with Newsday 01 Aug 2021
Furthermore New York Times 25 Jul 2021
'Your point being?' The Washington Post 22 Jul 2021
"Your point being?" LA Times Daily 22 Jul 2021
Bacon ___ eggs Universal 17 Jul 2021
Plus LA Times Daily 09 Jul 2021
Plus The Washington Post 09 Jul 2021
Word after an Oxford comma Universal 08 Jul 2021
High-dry connector Universal 28 Jun 2021
''Go on . . .'' Newsday 25 Jun 2021
“Also...” Wall Street Journal 22 Jun 2021
'Your point being ...?' New York Times 17 Jun 2021
Also Universal 16 Jun 2021
It connects things Family Time 06 Jun 2021
“So what?” Wall Street Journal 06 Jun 2021
'What's more ... ' The Washington Post 02 Jun 2021
"What's more ... " LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2021
Paired with Newsday 29 May 2021
Black-___-white cookies Universal 20 May 2021
“Then what?” Wall Street Journal 18 May 2021
On-off link The Washington Post Sunday 02 May 2021
Me, myself ___ I Family Time 11 Apr 2021
'___ I Am Telling You I'm Not Going' (Jennifer Holliday hit) USA Today 06 Apr 2021
Conclusion introducer Newsday 03 Apr 2021
"What's the rest?" Family Time 28 Mar 2021
Connecting word Family Time 28 Feb 2021
''Tell me more . . .'' Newsday 19 Feb 2021
Furthermore Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2021
Partnering word Jonesin 26 Jan 2021
Common conjunction Wall Street Journal 25 Jan 2021
'Not to mention . . .' USA Today 19 Jan 2021
Not to mention .. New York Times 18 Jan 2021
"Your point is?" LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2021
'Your point is?' The Washington Post 03 Jan 2021
"Wait, there's more ..." Universal 01 Jan 2021
'Wait, there's more' The Washington Post 28 Dec 2020
Time ___ again Universal 08 Dec 2020
Part of many partnership names Newsday 03 Dec 2020
Common conjunction (that can go in the middle of the last words of 17-, 26-, 48-, 61-Across) Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2020
Peanut butter ___ jelly Family Time 02 Nov 2020
'Yes?' The Washington Post 24 Oct 2020
"Yes?" LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2020
“Your point being...?” Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2020
Interrogator’s prompt Wall Street Journal 20 Oct 2020
'Plus . . .' USA Today 04 Oct 2020
+ ... with a hint to four pairs of answers in this puzzle New York Times 17 Sep 2020
'Not only that ... ' The Washington Post 18 Aug 2020
"Not only that ... " LA Times Daily 18 Aug 2020
Common conjunction USA Today 11 Aug 2020
Black-___-white film Family Time 09 Aug 2020
'Then what happened ...?' New York Times 16 Jul 2020
Inclusive word Wall Street Journal 11 Jul 2020
'Then what?' Jonesin 07 Jul 2020
“Your point being?” Wall Street Journal 27 Jun 2020
Now ___ then USA Today 26 Jun 2020
'What else?' The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jun 2020
Furthermore The Washington Post 21 Jun 2020
Coordinating conjunction Newsday 19 Jun 2020
Peanut butter-jelly filler? Family Time 15 Jun 2020
Partner of or, sometimes Canadiana 01 Jun 2020
Point-__-click mouse Newsday 31 May 2020
Word often shortened to its middle letter New York Times 14 May 2020
'In addition . . .' USA Today 10 May 2020
'Furthermore . . .' USA Today 01 May 2020
On-off connector Family Time 19 Apr 2020
“The result being...?” Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2020
'So what else?' Jonesin 07 Apr 2020
Fun-games link? The Washington Post Sunday 05 Apr 2020
''Can't you tell me the rest of it?'' Newsday 04 Apr 2020
This-that connector Universal 04 Apr 2020
Common conjunction Premier Sunday 29 Mar 2020
'Us ___ Them' (Pink Floyd classic) The Washington Post Sunday 29 Mar 2020
“Go on...” Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2020
& Universal 26 Mar 2020
Wheel-deal link Universal 09 Mar 2020
Plus
'I'm supposed to care ... why, exactly?' The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jan 2020
Also The Telegraph Quick 19 Dec 2019
Middle word of a children’s game Wall Street Journal 16 Dec 2019
+
Plus Thomas Joseph 13 Dec 2019
+ New York Times 13 Dec 2019
Besides Newsday 12 Dec 2019
What's more
What's more New York Times 07 Dec 2019
& USA Today 04 Dec 2019
Linking word Thomas Joseph 28 Nov 2019
In addition Canadiana 18 Nov 2019
''What happened next?'' Newsday 15 Nov 2019
'What's more . . .' USA Today 10 Nov 2019
Moreover Eugene Sheffer 05 Nov 2019
In addition
In addition Thomas Joseph 28 Oct 2019
In addition New York Times 28 Oct 2019
Plus Newsday 24 Oct 2019
''__ that's that!'' Newsday 23 Oct 2019
What's more LA Times Daily 20 Oct 2019
"What's more ..." Family Time 20 Oct 2019
What's more The Washington Post 20 Oct 2019
"Not to mention ..." Universal 20 Oct 2019
Conjunction The Times Concise 04 Oct 2019
''Tell the rest of it . . .'' Newsday 04 Oct 2019
Connector of partners The Washington Post 29 Sep 2019
Connector of partners LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2019
"Surely there's more to the story?" Universal 27 Sep 2019
(K) "Tell me more Family Time 16 Sep 2019
What's more Thomas Joseph 12 Sep 2019
As well as Wall Street Journal 27 Aug 2019
Duo #2. continues Canadiana 26 Aug 2019
Plus The Telegraph Quick 17 Aug 2019
''Then what?'' Newsday 02 Aug 2019
In addition Newsday 29 Jul 2019
'Is there a point to all this?' New York Times 25 Jul 2019
Also The Sun Two Speed 24 Jul 2019
Together with a northern Democrat The Sun Two Speed 24 Jul 2019
This ___ that Universal 08 Jul 2019
"Your point being?" Universal 17 Jun 2019
'Anything else?' Jonesin 14 May 2019
Nuts-bolts connector USA Today 11 May 2019
Here-there connector? Universal 09 May 2019
"Go on ..." Universal 08 May 2019
Flesh-bone connector? Universal 02 May 2019
As well as Jonesin 23 Apr 2019
Common conjunction Thomas Joseph 16 Apr 2019
Common conjunction Universal 01 Apr 2019
"Go on ..." Family Time 24 Mar 2019
18-, 34- __ 50-Down LA Times Daily 13 Mar 2019
18-, 34- __ 50-Down The Washington Post 13 Mar 2019
'Go on...' Wall Street Journal 28 Feb 2019
'Is there more?' USA Today 08 Feb 2019
Plus The Washington Post 04 Feb 2019
Plus LA Times Daily 04 Feb 2019
'So, this means ...?' The Washington Post Sunday 03 Feb 2019
'Your point being...?' Jonesin 29 Jan 2019
'Go on . . .' USA Today 25 Jan 2019
Short ___ sweet Universal 22 Jan 2019
Plus New York Times 06 Jan 2019
As well as
''Furthermore . . .'' Newsday 01 Jan 2019
"Your point being?"
"Your point being?"
"Not to mention ..."
Short ___ sweet
"Go on . . ."
"Is there a point to all this?"
"Surely there's more to the story?"
"Go on..."
Here-there connector?
"Is there more?"
"Go on ..."
This ___ that
Flesh-bone connector?
Common conjunction
18-, 34- __ 50-Down
Connector of partners
Plus
What's more
Nuts-bolts connector
Sentence word that connects Family Time 23 Dec 2018
''In addition . . .'' Newsday 18 Dec 2018
See 62-Across New York Times 09 Dec 2018
So-so filler? New York Times 18 Nov 2018
Part of Q&A LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2018
Part of Q&A The Washington Post 08 Nov 2018
Serbia-Montenegro divider? The Washington Post Sunday 04 Nov 2018
So-so link Universal 27 Oct 2018
It makes connections Universal 16 Oct 2018
"What's more..." Family Time 17 Sep 2018
Plus Premier Sunday 16 Sep 2018
Now __ then (occasionally) Newsday 11 Sep 2018
'Your point being?' The Washington Post 09 Sep 2018
"Your point being?" LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2018
Further New York Times 26 Aug 2018
'Your point being?' Wall Street Journal 25 Aug 2018
'So?' The Washington Post 09 Aug 2018
"So?" LA Times Daily 09 Aug 2018
Denial overturned with regular bans: it needs wholly positive input for positive result The Telegraph Toughie 03 Aug 2018
'There's more . . .' USA Today 26 Jul 2018
'The result being...?' Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2018
Sentence linker Universal 20 Jul 2018
Plus Canadiana 16 Jul 2018
"What's more ..." Universal 29 Jun 2018
Also Newsday 27 Jun 2018
'What else?' New York Times 04 Jun 2018
"Yes, ___" (principle in improv) The New Yorker 28 May 2018
Word that links Universal 15 May 2018
It forms links Universal 12 Apr 2018
"Then what happened?" LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2018
'Then what happened?' The Washington Post 03 Apr 2018
Boolean operator Wall Street Journal 29 Mar 2018
Hit - run play link Universal 15 Mar 2018
'Not only that...' Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2018
Furthermore New York Times 02 Mar 2018
Linking word Universal 18 Feb 2018
Connecting word Universal 12 Feb 2018
Not only that Premier Sunday 11 Feb 2018
"There's more, right?" USA Today 22 Jan 2018
Prompter's query Newsday 06 Jan 2018
It forms links
"There's more . . ."
"There's more, right?"
"The result being...?"
Together with
"What's more ..."
Connecting word
Part of Q&A
"Your point being?"
"Then what happened?"
"So?"
"What else?"
Further
Furthermore
See 62-Across
So-so filler?
Word that links
So-so link
Sentence linker
Linking word
It makes connections
"Add to that ..." Family Time 18 Dec 2017
Salinger's "Franny __ Zooey" LA Times Daily 06 Dec 2017
Salinger's 'Franny __ Zooey' The Washington Post 06 Dec 2017
... commissioned by 7 Down .. The Chronicle of Higher Education 01 Dec 2017
'Moreover...' Wall Street Journal 27 Nov 2017
What '+' may mean Premier Sunday 26 Nov 2017
Nuts-bolts connector Newsday 19 Nov 2017
Linking word in a sentence Family Time 12 Nov 2017
'Go on ... ' The Washington Post 08 Nov 2017
"Go on ... " LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2017
You-me link Family Time 15 Oct 2017
Point-click link The Washington Post Sunday 15 Oct 2017
'What happened next?' New York Times 05 Oct 2017
'Is there more?' The Washington Post 21 Sep 2017
"Is there more?" LA Times Daily 21 Sep 2017
'Furthermore...' Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2017
Now-then connection USA Today 31 Aug 2017
"One more thing . . ." USA Today 18 Aug 2017
"What's more . . ." USA Today 19 Jul 2017
"Furthermore ... " LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2017
'Furthermore ... ' The Washington Post 17 Jul 2017
Furthermore Newsday 25 Jun 2017
It may come between partners Universal 15 Jun 2017
"Is there more?" USA Today 12 Jun 2017
'Moreover ...' New York Times 07 Jun 2017
"Furthermore . . ." USA Today 06 Jun 2017
"Go on . . ." USA Today 03 Jun 2017
Furthermore Thomas Joseph 23 May 2017
"___ that's final!" Universal 13 May 2017
As well as Newsday 10 May 2017
"Not to mention . . ." USA Today 05 May 2017
Besides New York Times 29 Apr 2017
'So what?' New York Times 26 Apr 2017
'What else?' The Washington Post 25 Apr 2017
"What else?" LA Times Daily 25 Apr 2017
'Your point being...?' Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2017
Plus, in a sentence Universal 01 Apr 2017
Common connector Universal 27 Mar 2017
"What happened next?" USA Today 21 Mar 2017
Not to mention New York Times 19 Mar 2017
"Link" missing from 17-, 26-, 53- and 62-Across USA Today 14 Mar 2017
'Your point being ...?' The Chronicle of Higher Education 24 Feb 2017
''__ your point is . . .?'' Newsday 19 Feb 2017
Word sometimes elided to its middle letter New York Times 17 Feb 2017
Word that creates links Universal 15 Feb 2017
". . . your point is?" USA Today 11 Feb 2017
''What's more . . .'' Newsday 05 Feb 2017
Along with New York Times 04 Feb 2017
"Wait, there's more ... " LA Times Daily 22 Jan 2017
Word sometimes elided to its middle letter
"Go on ... "
"___ that's final!"
"___ away we go!" USA Today 01 Jan 2017
It may come between partners
Plus, in a sentence
Now-then connection
"___ away we go!"
"What's more . . ."
"One more thing . . ."
"Not to mention . . ."
"Link" missing from 17-, 26-, 53- and 62-Across
"Your point being ...?"
"Furthermore . . ."
"Moreover ..."
"So what?"
"What happened next?"
Salinger's "Franny __ Zooey"
... commissioned by 7 Down ...
"What else?"
"Wait, there's more ... "
"Is there more?"
"Furthermore ... "
Along with
Besides
Not to mention
Linking word Family Time 25 Dec 2016
So-so connection? LA Times Daily 17 Dec 2016
"Your point being . . . ?" USA Today 12 Dec 2016
It joins in a sentence Universal 30 Nov 2016
See 23 Across The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Nov 2016
In addition Wall Street Journal 22 Nov 2016
'Goad on ...' Jonesin 15 Nov 2016
Plus Wall Street Journal 11 Nov 2016
''Not to mention . . .'' Newsday 05 Oct 2016
Part 9 of today's quote Canadiana 26 Sep 2016
& New York Times 19 Sep 2016
Furthermore Premier Sunday 18 Sep 2016
First word of an Agatha Christie title The Washington Post 04 Aug 2016
& LA Times Daily 25 Jul 2016
Common word connector Family Time 18 Jul 2016
Y, in Yucatan Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2016
Point-___-click USA Today 09 Jul 2016
So-so separator Universal 07 Jul 2016
& Newsday 04 Jul 2016
Plus Irish Times Simplex 30 Jun 2016
Common conjunction The Washington Post 15 Jun 2016
Also LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2016
Link letters? Universal 12 Jun 2016
It may come between partners Wall Street Journal 11 Jun 2016
Concluding with Newsday 04 Jun 2016
First __ goal (gridiron situation) Universal 29 May 2016
Jack-Jill link Family Time 22 May 2016
''Then what happened?'' Newsday 19 May 2016
Boys ___ girls Family Time 16 May 2016
In addition Irish Times Simplex 03 May 2016
See 29 Across Newsday 30 Apr 2016
'Was that all?' Wall Street Journal 29 Apr 2016
Joining word Family Time 25 Apr 2016
Ampersand's meaning The Washington Post 21 Apr 2016
"Tell me more ..." Universal 19 Apr 2016
Bert-Ernie connector Family Time 18 Apr 2016
''What else?'' Newsday 17 Apr 2016
"Another thing ... " LA Times Daily 17 Apr 2016
'What next?' New York Times 13 Apr 2016
''Your point being . . .?'' Newsday 26 Mar 2016
Not to mention the last three characters in 26 down Irish Times Crosaire 12 Mar 2016
"Go on" Universal 04 Mar 2016
Not to mention Wall Street Journal 24 Feb 2016
What controls our inheritance comes up also here The Times Cryptic 26 Jan 2016
So-so connection? New York Times 06 Jan 2016
Common connector
Point-___-click
"Your point being . . . ?"
&
So-so connection?
See 23 Across
First __ goal (gridiron situation)
It joins in a sentence
Link letters?
So-so separator
Furthermore
Also
&
''Anything else?'' Newsday 20 Dec 2015
Trinidad/Tobago divider Family Time 14 Dec 2015
Furthermore LA Times Daily 09 Dec 2015
See 8 The Telegraph Toughie 02 Dec 2015
See 26 The Telegraph Toughie 02 Dec 2015
"There's more ..." Universal 04 Nov 2015
"Wait, there's more" LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2015
'I should care why?' Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2015
Word between two ages LA Times Daily 10 Oct 2015
See 3-Down Eugene Sheffer 06 Oct 2015
Common link LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2015
Common connector USA Today 01 Oct 2015
What "&" means Universal 17 Sep 2015
Fair-square link Universal 13 Sep 2015
'... ___ a bag of chips' Jonesin 10 Sep 2015
Impatient question Newsday 21 Aug 2015
''On top of that . . .'' Newsday 23 Jul 2015
Joining word USA Today 26 Jun 2015
Additionally Eugene Sheffer 25 Jun 2015
Inclusive conjunction USA Today 11 Jun 2015
Common conjunction The Times Concise 29 May 2015
"Go on" USA Today 25 May 2015
Couple maker LA Times Daily 24 May 2015
'Further ...' Premier Sunday 19 Apr 2015
Moreover Newsday 15 Apr 2015
Word in partnerships USA Today 07 Apr 2015
As well as New York Times 05 Apr 2015
Sentence extender Newsday 03 Apr 2015
Furthermore The Chronicle of Higher Education 03 Apr 2015
Common link USA Today 21 Mar 2015
Adding word USA Today 17 Mar 2015
"___ away we go!" Family Time 23 Feb 2015
''So . . .?'' Newsday 18 Feb 2015
Moreover New York Times 11 Feb 2015
"What happened next?" Universal 05 Feb 2015
Our remembrance day quote begins Canadiana 26 Jan 2015
"___ I quote ..." Universal 17 Jan 2015
''Anything more to say?'' Newsday 09 Jan 2015
"Cats ___ Dogs" (2001 film) Family Time 04 Jan 2015
Clause intro Newsday 02 Jan 2015
Impatient question
Clause intro
"So . . .?"
"On top of that . . ."
"Anything more to say?"
"What happened next?"
"There's more ..."
"Anything else?"
"Go on"
Moreover
"Go on ..."
What "&" means
Fair-square link
"___ I quote ..."
Sentence extender
Plus
Moreover
"Your point being...?"
"I should care why?"
Moreover
Word in partnerships
As well as
Moreover
Furthermore
Word between two ages
Couple maker
Common link
"Wait, there's more"
Joining word
Inclusive conjunction
Common link
Common connector
Adding word
"What happened next?"
"Go on"
Further ..."
Additionally
Up-coming link
American 22-Down
"But wait, there's more ..."
"Didn't you leave out something ...?"
First-goal link
PBJ filling?
With
Word in the name of many duos
So-so center?
"Then?"
It connects things
"Then what?"
"Then what happened?"
"___ I" Boxcar Racer
A "little word" in charades
GnR "Live ___ Let Die"
Counting Crows "August ___ Everything After"
Common conjunction
Clause connector
"___ then I said . . ."
Fish-chips link
Not to mention
In addition
Far-away connection?
"__ how!"
"Your point is ...?"
Not to mention
In addition
Impatient one's question
Besides
"What's more ..."
Common connector
Clause connector
"Your point being?"
"What else?"
So-so center?
Laurel/Hardy separator
Common connection
Clause connector
"The point being ...?"
Up-coming link
"Not to mention ..."
With 126-Across, et cetera
In addition to
Car ___ Driver
Up-coming connection
"...???"
Furthermore
Plus
"Moreover ..."
Also
Moreover
Plus
So-so connection?
"... ___ a bottle of rum"
"One more thing ..."
"Your point is ...?"
"Moreover ..."
Moreover
So-so connection?
"Furthermore . . ."
"Go on . . ."
"What's more . . ."
"__ how!"
Elicitor's question
Furthermore
Paired with
Important connection?
See 1-Across
Also
Moreover
So-so link
Avenged Sevenfold "___ All Things Will End"
Hooters "___ We Danced"
Kiss "Rock ___ Roll Over"
The Hooters "___ We Danced"
"... ___ a bottle of rum"
"Then what happened?"
"Then what?"
"Your point is?"
Bonnie's tie with Clyde?
Far-away filler?
Inclusive conjunction
It often comes between partners?
"Sense ___ Sensibility"
Far-away link?
Indication of things to come?
It often comes between partners
On-off connector
Word before the backing band's name
You-I link
Meaning of an inverted V in symbolic logic
"The point being . . .?"
"... ___ Justice for All" (Pacino flick)
It often comes between partners
Companions' separator?
"Furthermore ..."
Also
Plus
Partners' go-between
Furthermore
". . . ___ a bottle of rum"
"What else?"
So-so link
"Then what happened?"
Simple connector
Now-then connector
Grammatical connector
"Furthermore ..."
Kiss "C'mon ___ Love Me"
Beatles "___ Your Bird Can Sing"
Beatles "___ I Love Her"
Far-away filler?
As well as
"The point being . . . ?"
"Is there more?"
&
"So?"
"Do continue ..."
"Et" translated
Y : Spanish :: ___ : English
See 7-Down
See 17-Across
"Furthermore ..."
As well as
So-so link?
Appropriate letters to follow "ampers"
"___ how!"
"Your point being ...?"
"Conjunction Junction" word
"What's more..."
"Is there something more?"
As well as
What's more
What an ampersand means
Impatient one's prompt
Impatient listener's prompt
Further
"... your point is?"
"Is there more?"
"Time ___ time again ..."
"What else?"
Addition word
Common joiner
Far-away connection?
What an ampersand means
Word in many law-firm names
Drag ___ drop
Some Boolean-logic operators
Word in many law firm names
Up-coming connector
Connector that completes a phrase made from the starts of the three longest across answers
"Wait, there's more ..."
In addition
Word usually found in the answers to starred clues
Talking Heads: "___ She Was"
"Rock ___ Roll All Nite"
"Crimson ___ Clover"
Plus
Ampersand's meaning
Connector that completes a phrase made from the starts of the three longest across answers
Furthermore ...
Common conjunction
Common connector
Furthermore
Now-then connector
On-off connection
Tried-true connector
Up-coming link
"Wait, there's more ..."
Word usually found in the answers to starred clues
"Not to mention . . ."
"Plus . . . "
Prevalent word in this puzzle
Word in many law firm names
"Go on ..."
Far-away connector
It makes a lot of connections
"Keep talking ..."
Additionally
Addition word
"To continue ..."
Far-away connection?
"Then what?"
"Add to that . . ."
Grammatical connector
". . . ___ so say all of us!"
So-so connection
Word in many law-firm names
See 39-Across
+
"Your point being?"
"Your point being...?"
___ so forth
Word in the name of many duos
Word in many law firm names
Most common joiner
As well as
Joining word
What 'n' may mean
Pair's connector
So-so center?
Indication of things to come?
It often comes between partners
Furthermore
"Little word" in charades
"... then what?"
"What's more..."
"Then what?"
"To continue ..."
Addition word
Additionally
So-so center?
What 'n' may mean
Flesh-blood link
Start of an afterthought
Bonnie's tie with Clyde?
Plus
"What's more ..."
"Further ..."
"What next?"
Linking word
"What else?"
Furthermore
"You were saying ..."
"Go on. . ."
Pair link, perhaps
Partnership word
Frequent joiner?
Not to mention
'Further ...'
Start of an afterthought
Flesh-blood link
"What's more ..."
"... ___ Justice for All." (Pacino flick)
"Isn't there more to the story?"
"So then what?"
"So your point is ...?"
Companions' separator?
So-so connection?
Companions' separator
It may come between partners?
It separates the lead singer from the band?
Popular go-between
What's more
"Anything else?"
"Isn't there more to the story?"
"What's more"
"Your point being?"
What comes between partners?
What's more
"Not to mention ..."
"Then what happened?"
"So ...?"
Et, across the English Channel
As well as
"So ...?"
Fish-chips connector
B & B part?
Connective word
"___ I quote ..."
"So?"
Fish-chips connector
B & B part?
Moreover
"___ that's final!"
"... ___ so say all of us!"
"Your point being ...?"
"What's more..."
"What happened next?"
The "et" of et cetera
"Your point being?"
Common conjunction
"Comin' in __ out of Your Life": 67-Across hit
"Go on ...?"
&
"___ away we go!"
"Tell me more!"
English connection
See 63-Across
Anticipatory question
"What else?"
Clause connector
Plus
So-so link
"Go on ..."
Coupling conjunction
"Comin' in __ out of Your Life": 67-Across hit
"Go on ...?"
"Your point being ..."
"So ...?"
Not only that
"Little word" in charades
As well as
In addition
Common tie
"Or" partner
Connection of this puzzle
It separated Martin from Lewis
Not to mention
Up-coming link
"After that . . . ?"
Furthermore
Common conjunction
"___ I Love Her" (Beatles hit)
Boolean logic operator
Common connector
Not to mention
See 54-Across
The second A of AWACS
Indication of things to come?
"___ how!"
Word in many law-firm names
Now ___ then
"Then what?"
"Your point is...?"
Up-coming link
Porgy-Bess link
"__ Justice for All"
Common connector
Not to mention
In addition
It divided Martin from Lewis
Common connector
Common connector
"The significance being . . . ?"
Condition
Laurel-Hardy go-between
Simple connector
Popular joiner
Part of a long sentence
Common connector
Moreover
Frequent joiner
Also
&
What "&" means
Burns/Allen link
Connecting word
Connector
Abbott-Costello connection
So-so center
So-so middle
Additionally
"The significance being …?"
"Go on"
"Go on …"
"Do go on …"
"Anything else?"
It connects things
Radar part
Far-away link?
"Go on ..."
Bonnie's link with Clyde?
&
Abbott-Costello connection
"Not only that ..."
The Beatles' "___ I Love Her"
"Tell me more!"
"The point being ...?"
With 36-Down, "Next ..."
Plus
"What else?"
Rambler's word
"Then what?"
See 34-Across
"There's more..."
"Not only that..."
"In addition..."
&
Clause connector
"Go on"
"What else?"
"Then what?"
"I'm not done yet..."
"Go on"
"In addition..."
"Not only that..."
Frequent joiner?
Sentence extender
"There's more..."
See 34-Across
"So your point is...?"
Cat-mouse connector
"What happened next?"
Also
Word used in the literary device hendiadys
Boolean operation word
What's more
Duo divider
Clause connector
"I'm not done yet..."
Far-away connection
"Then what ...?"
'Your point being . . .?'
To boot
17-Across theme word, unabridged
"What's the rest?"
"Tea _____ Sympathy"
It indicates more
"So...?"
Clause joiner
What's more
Afterthought lead-in
"___ a partridge in a pear tree"
"Your point being?"
"So what?"
"What's the rest?"
What comes between partners?
"Conjunction Junction" word
"Tell me the rest ..."
It may come between partners
"What's more..."
Word in every theme entry
Linking word
"Also..."
It'll often get you a longer sentence
Afterthought lead-in
"Also..."
"Is there more?"
Sonny/Cher separation?
As well as
Your point being . . .?
See 17 Across
Fair-square link
66-Across theme word, unabridged
41-Across theme word, unabridged
"War ___ Peace"
It'll often get you a longer sentence
"What's more..."
Together with
Too
&
Hammer-tongs connector
What "&" means
So-so link?
Not only that
Conversational prompt
"I'm not finished..."
Together with
Conjunction
Popular connector
Oft-used coupler
Not to mention
Lightning-thunder connector
Connector of the quip
The Lone Ranger ___ Tonto
"Go on"
So-so connection?
Plus
In addition
Furthermore
"___ how!"
See 35-Across
Checks ___ balances (limits imposed on all three branches of government)
To boot
Middle of slip
Barnum __ Bailey
Accompanied by
Link letters?
Also
Y, north of the Mexican border
"I'm not finished..."
"Your point being...?"
See 64 Across
___ how!
More of golfing quote
More of analysis
Trinidad/Tobago divider
Sonny-Cher go-between
"...___ so say all of us!"
So-so connection?
"Tell me more..."
Clause connector
Also
Plus
Major connector
Plus
Part two of the quote
Additionally
Link letters?
So-so separator?
Secondly
Rowan-Martin connection
More of quote
Abbott-Costello connection
Laurel/Hardy separator
So-so separator?
Commonest joiner
In addition
What's more
"So?"
"___ the Band Played On" (1993 movie)
"Go on..."
"___ Then There Were None" (Christie mystery)
Common link
So-so center
Trinidad/Tobago separator
Noun connector
Connecting term
Connecting word
Ampersand
Sonny/Cher separation?
Part 3 of definition
Or's opposite
Night-day connector
Also; plus
"Body ___ Soul"
Joiner
What's more . . .
What happened next?
Too
Rain cats ____ dogs
Clause connector
On-off connector
So-so separator
"_____ away we go!"
First _____ ten
Ike / Tina Turner separator?
"So...?"
"What's more..."
"___ then I said..."
Common connection
___ so forth
Dick/Jane go-between?
Anticipatory question
It usually makes a connection
Quote, part 4
Conjunctive word
Moreover
Common connective
So-so link
Third most common written word
"Take the Money __ Run"
Connecting word
Up-coming link
PART 3 OF QUOTE
"What else...?"
Sugar___spice
Conjunction
____ I Love Her Beatles hit
Common connective
"So then what?"
Clause connector
Common conjunction
Common joiner
Or's go-with
"___ I Love Her"
"What happened next?"
"___the Angels Sing" (1939 hit)
"So?"
St. Kitts ____ Nevis
"Sense __ Sensibility"
What's more...
Beauty ____ the Beast
___so on
Add-on link
Pair connector
Et
____ I Love Her
Charades "little word"
Et in English
Bonding agent
Also
Word before last item of some lists
The Beatles' "_____ I Love Her"
Companions' separator
Ampersand
Song from "A Chorus Line"
"___ This Is My Beloved," song from "Kismet"
"___ so to bed"
Computer gate
Soup- ___ -fish (gent's evening garb)
Down ___ out
"Me ___ My Shadow"
To ___ fro
Song in "A Chorus Line"
Common connective
"Guys ___ Dolls"
What an ampersand means
Pat ___ Mike jokes
Y, et or und
Connective
Writer gets a connection
Here-there connection
Adding word
Connector
IN ADDITION
Connector
" . . . ___ to the Republic . . . "
Dr. Seuss's "Bartholomew ___ the Oobleck"
R ___ R (leave)
To boot
Tea ___ crumpets
Together with
Trio joiner
What 39 Across stands for
Connective word
"Tea ___ Sympathy"
Part of etc.
"Fourscore ___ seven years . . . "
The birds ___ the bees
Hand ___ foot (totally)
Quotation: Part II
Rain cats ___ dogs
"Live ___ learn"
Et or y
"Raining cats ___ dogs"
"Troilus ___ Cressida"
Slow, in music: Abbr.
Musical movement: Abbr.
Common word
"___ baby makes three"
"Love ___ Marriage"
See 1 Across
Common word.
More of the same.
Or's relative.
Besides.
Moreover.
To boot.
As well as.
Conjunction.
Connective.
Plus.
___ how!
Ampersand.
Also.
In addition.
Along with.
Furthermore.
Good ___ (very): Colloq.
Word used in addition.
As a result.
Give ___ take.
Puts ___ calls.
In order to: Colloq.
Flora ___ fauna.
Companion of "or."
___/or.
Companion of or.
Connecting word.
To: Colloq.
Connective word.
What "y" means, in Spain.
Rather slow: Mus. abbr.
Companion of "or.”
Together with.
Including.
"Mamma in her kerchief ___ I in my cap . . . "
Faintly slow, in music: Abbr.
An added particular: colloq.
Black ___ blue
"Don't forget about ..."
Off-running connection
"... go on"
"...?"
"... is that all?"
"One more thing ..."
"What next?"
"What's the rest?"
With 2-Down, basket made while being fouled
"You were saying ...?"
"You were saying?"
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