Word "ARE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a unit of surface area equal to 100 square meters
Synonyms:
ar

Crossword Clues for ARE

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"— we there yet?" Thomas Joseph 16 Aug 2022
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 12 Aug 2022
"Right you —!" Eugene Sheffer 02 Aug 2022
"__ you sure?" LA Times Daily 01 Aug 2022
'We ___ Family' (Sister Sledge hit) USA Today 23 Jul 2022
"__ we good?" LA Times Daily 22 Jul 2022
Plural 'is' USA Today 21 Jul 2022
"When ___ you coming?" Family Time 18 Jul 2022
"__ we done here?" LA Times Daily 14 Jul 2022
Is for you? Universal 14 Jul 2022
'Sweet Dreams (___ Made of This)' (Eurythmics hit) New York Times 03 Jul 2022
Make, in math New York Times 02 Jul 2022
'The results ___ in!' USA Today 29 Jun 2022
"— we there yet?" Thomas Joseph 27 Jun 2022
"How ___ you getting that much meat out of one crab?" Family Time 27 Jun 2022
Exist Eugene Sheffer 25 Jun 2022
"Where ___ you?" Family Time 20 Jun 2022
Metric unit Canadiana 20 Jun 2022
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 20 Jun 2022
"We ___ the Champions" (Queen song) Universal 19 Jun 2022
"So there you ___!" Family Time 19 Jun 2022
'Our Lips ___ Sealed' (Go-Go's song) USA Today 18 Jun 2022
"___ you kidding?" Universal 17 Jun 2022
"__ you decent?" LA Times Daily 16 Jun 2022
Have the role of Newsday 16 Jun 2022
Equals Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2022
Verb for you Eugene Sheffer 13 Jun 2022
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 13 Jun 2022
'___ we good?' New York Times 08 Jun 2022
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 08 Jun 2022
"___ we getting close?" Family Time 06 Jun 2022
'___ you kidding me?' USA Today 05 Jun 2022
Exist Eugene Sheffer 02 Jun 2022
"___ we there yet?" Universal 02 Jun 2022
'___ we a thing?' USA Today 01 Jun 2022
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 17 May 2022
"So what exactly ___ they doing?" Family Time 16 May 2022
'You __ My Sunshine' The Washington Post 16 May 2022
"You __ My Sunshine" LA Times Daily 16 May 2022
"We ___ on our way!" Family Time 15 May 2022
'All bets ___ off!' USA Today 14 May 2022
"All bets — off" Eugene Sheffer 12 May 2022
"Roses ___ red ..." Universal 12 May 2022
Is plural Irish Times Simplex 12 May 2022
"__ you quite through?" LA Times Daily 12 May 2022
'__ you quite through?' The Washington Post 12 May 2022
"How ___ you doing that?" Family Time 09 May 2022
"___ you sure?" Universal 09 May 2022
'All bets ___ off' USA Today 07 May 2022
'What ___ you doing?' USA Today 06 May 2022
Is, for you Newsday 05 May 2022
"— you kidding?" Eugene Sheffer 05 May 2022
"We ___ the Champions" Universal 04 May 2022
'___ you listening?' USA Today 04 May 2022
“___ we there yet?” Wall Street Journal 02 May 2022
"Ready when you ___!" Universal 25 Apr 2022
"When ___ we leaving?" Family Time 24 Apr 2022
Work as Newsday 24 Apr 2022
'___ You the One?' (MTV reality show) The Washington Post Sunday 24 Apr 2022
Homophone for the letter after q Universal 20 Apr 2022
'Where ___ you going?' USA Today 20 Apr 2022
Exists Newsday 17 Apr 2022
"— you for real?" Eugene Sheffer 15 Apr 2022
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 14 Apr 2022
Word shortened to its middle letter, in texts The Washington Post 13 Apr 2022
Word shortened to its middle letter, in texts LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2022
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 12 Apr 2022
"___ you going to eat the rest of that asparagus?" Family Time 11 Apr 2022
Verb for you Eugene Sheffer 08 Apr 2022
"What __ the odds?" LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2022
'What __ the odds?' The Washington Post 05 Apr 2022
'Oh Pray My Wings ___ Gonna Fit Me Well' USA Today 04 Apr 2022
Common verb Eugene Sheffer 02 Apr 2022
Word often represented by its middle letter in texts Wall Street Journal 29 Mar 2022
'Where ___ they now?' USA Today 27 Mar 2022
'We ___ Never Meeting in Real Life' (Samantha Irby book) USA Today 22 Mar 2022
'__ you okay?' The Washington Post 21 Mar 2022
"__ you okay?" LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2022
Equal Newsday 18 Mar 2022
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 17 Mar 2022
"What ___ the odds?" Universal 17 Mar 2022
Exist Universal 16 Mar 2022
''__ we there yet?'' Newsday 16 Mar 2022
"What — you doing?" Eugene Sheffer 14 Mar 2022
"So there you ___!" Family Time 14 Mar 2022
I won't use it, but you will LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2022
I won't use it, but you will The Washington Post 12 Mar 2022
"Where the Wild Things ___" Universal 08 Mar 2022
'___ you sure?' USA Today 04 Mar 2022
'How ___ you doing today?' USA Today 02 Mar 2022
''Ready when you __'' Newsday 02 Mar 2022
'These __ the times ... ': Paine The Washington Post 25 Feb 2022
Consist of Newsday 25 Feb 2022
"These __ the times ... ": Paine LA Times Daily 25 Feb 2022
"You ___ So Beautiful" Universal 21 Feb 2022
"Where ___ all these frogs coming from?" Family Time 21 Feb 2022
"___ the fish biting?" Family Time 20 Feb 2022
Exist Eugene Sheffer 19 Feb 2022
Don't just seem Newsday 18 Feb 2022
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 16 Feb 2022
"... all men ___ created equal" Family Time 14 Feb 2022
"Chances —" Premier Sunday 13 Feb 2022
"___ you serious?" Universal 12 Feb 2022
Verb for you Eugene Sheffer 11 Feb 2022
"Roses ___ red ..." Universal 11 Feb 2022
''My lips __ sealed!'' Newsday 09 Feb 2022
“Chances ___” (Johnny Mathis song) Wall Street Journal 09 Feb 2022
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 07 Feb 2022
'We __ the World' The Washington Post 06 Feb 2022
"We __ the World" LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2022
'What ___ the odds!' USA Today 04 Feb 2022
''All men __ boys'': Updike Newsday 03 Feb 2022
“So there you ___!” New York Times 02 Feb 2022
'Several People ___ Typing' (Calvin Kasulke novel) USA Today 31 Jan 2022
Is for you? Universal 31 Jan 2022
'___ you serious?' USA Today 30 Jan 2022
Were present? New York Times 28 Jan 2022
''My lips __ sealed!'' Newsday 27 Jan 2022
Exist Eugene Sheffer 26 Jan 2022
“Come as you ___” New York Times 25 Jan 2022
"Two heads ___ better than one" Family Time 23 Jan 2022
"Where ___ we?" Universal 22 Jan 2022
Have breath Newsday 22 Jan 2022
"How — you?" Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2022
"Right you —!" Eugene Sheffer 19 Jan 2022
Is for you? Wall Street Journal 18 Jan 2022
"How ___ the new puppies doing?" Family Time 17 Jan 2022
Common verb Eugene Sheffer 10 Jan 2022
'Right you ___!' USA Today 09 Jan 2022
"__ we on for tonight?" LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2022
Have existence Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2022
Verb for you Eugene Sheffer 31 Dec 2021
'That's what friends ___ for!' USA Today 29 Dec 2021
What might follow you? Universal 29 Dec 2021
"Right you —!" Eugene Sheffer 27 Dec 2021
'Things ___ looking up!' The Washington Post Sunday 26 Dec 2021
"___ you serious?" Universal 26 Dec 2021
Is plural? Family Time 26 Dec 2021
Word often contracted LA Times Daily 24 Dec 2021
Exist Eugene Sheffer 24 Dec 2021
"__ you done?" LA Times Daily 17 Dec 2021
“___ You Experienced” (Jimi Hendrix album) New York Times 17 Dec 2021
'You ___ Your Best Thing' (Burke/Brown book) USA Today 16 Dec 2021
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 15 Dec 2021
"__ we having fun yet?" LA Times Daily 14 Dec 2021
Beets ___ a source of energy Family Time 13 Dec 2021
"I know you ___, but what am I?" Universal 11 Dec 2021
“___ you satisfied?” Wall Street Journal 08 Dec 2021
"Where __ you now?" LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2021
Is for adults or children? Universal 05 Dec 2021
Exist Universal 30 Nov 2021
"___ you serious?" Universal 29 Nov 2021
Part of the verb "to be" Canadiana 29 Nov 2021
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 29 Nov 2021
'Who ___ you?' USA Today 27 Nov 2021
'___ you kidding me?!' USA Today 26 Nov 2021
Make, in math New York Times 25 Nov 2021
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 24 Nov 2021
"Tomatoes ___ fruit, deal with it" Family Time 22 Nov 2021
"___ we having fun yet?" Family Time 21 Nov 2021
'___ You Afraid of the Dark?' (1990s Nickelodeon series) The Washington Post Sunday 14 Nov 2021
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 08 Nov 2021
"Chances ___ ..." Universal 07 Nov 2021
Amount to New York Times 06 Nov 2021
Equals LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2021
Were present? Universal 02 Nov 2021
Form of 'to be' USA Today 02 Nov 2021
"What ___ you waiting for?" Universal 01 Nov 2021
'Bodies ___ Cool' USA Today 31 Oct 2021
"My lips — sealed" Premier Sunday 31 Oct 2021
'We ___ Lady Parts' (sitcom) USA Today 29 Oct 2021
Exist LA Times Daily 27 Oct 2021
Exist New York Times 27 Oct 2021
The Ravens ___ the team to beat Family Time 25 Oct 2021
"— we there yet?" Thomas Joseph 25 Oct 2021
"There ___ no words" Universal 24 Oct 2021
'You ___ My Sunshine' USA Today 23 Oct 2021
'The Kids ___ Alright' (Chloe x Halle album) USA Today 22 Oct 2021
Verb for you Eugene Sheffer 21 Oct 2021
Exist Eugene Sheffer 20 Oct 2021
'Right you ___!' The Washington Post Sunday 17 Oct 2021
Word between "rules" and "rules" Universal 16 Oct 2021
'___ we there yet?' USA Today 16 Oct 2021
Is after you? New York Times 14 Oct 2021
Exist Eugene Sheffer 13 Oct 2021
I am, we ___ Family Time 11 Oct 2021
“___ you decent?” New York Times 10 Oct 2021
I am, you ___ Family Time 03 Oct 2021
Exist Eugene Sheffer 01 Oct 2021
“___ we having fun yet?” New York Times 29 Sep 2021
"___ we there yet?" Universal 13 Sep 2021
"___ we there yet?" Universal 12 Sep 2021
Nirvana's 'Come As You ___' USA Today 10 Sep 2021
'___ you happy now?' USA Today 06 Sep 2021
'What ___ you trying to tell me?' USA Today 05 Sep 2021
"Objects in mirror ___ ..." Family Time 05 Sep 2021
"— you serious?" Eugene Sheffer 04 Sep 2021
"__ you serious?" LA Times Daily 03 Sep 2021
'__ you serious?' The Washington Post 03 Sep 2021
Exist Wall Street Journal 01 Sep 2021
'There ___ just no words' USA Today 29 Aug 2021
Basic linking verb USA Today 28 Aug 2021
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 27 Aug 2021
Exist The Washington Post 26 Aug 2021
Exist LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2021
"Trans rights ___ human rights" Universal 23 Aug 2021
Exist Eugene Sheffer 21 Aug 2021
"Whose side ___ you on?" Universal 20 Aug 2021
Verb for you Eugene Sheffer 20 Aug 2021
Word that agrees with you LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2021
Word that agrees with you The Washington Post 20 Aug 2021
'All bets ___ off' USA Today 16 Aug 2021
“My lips ___ sealed” Wall Street Journal 16 Aug 2021
'___ we cool?' USA Today 13 Aug 2021
'___ you for real?' New York Times 11 Aug 2021
“___ you kidding me?” Wall Street Journal 11 Aug 2021
'Where ___ you going with this?' USA Today 10 Aug 2021
Have existence Premier Sunday 01 Aug 2021
Verb that sounds like its middle letter Universal 28 Jul 2021
'__ you ready?' The Washington Post 26 Jul 2021
"__ you ready?" LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2021
What often follows you Newsday 25 Jul 2021
= New York Times 23 Jul 2021
Exist New York Times 18 Jul 2021
Exist Premier Sunday 18 Jul 2021
'Blessed __ the meek ... ' The Washington Post 16 Jul 2021
"Blessed __ the meek ... " LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2021
"___ you sure?" Universal 16 Jul 2021
Verb for you Wall Street Journal 13 Jul 2021
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 12 Jul 2021
'___ you ready?' USA Today 06 Jul 2021
'What __ you looking at?' The Washington Post 05 Jul 2021
"What __ you looking at?" LA Times Daily 05 Jul 2021
Verb that sounds like a letter USA Today 05 Jul 2021
Exist Universal 03 Jul 2021
'___ You My Mother?' USA Today 03 Jul 2021
"Where — you?" Eugene Sheffer 02 Jul 2021
Modern art? LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2021
Equal Newsday 01 Jul 2021
Modern art? The Washington Post 01 Jul 2021
'So ___ we!' The Washington Post Sunday 27 Jun 2021
What might follow you New York Times 27 Jun 2021
Plural "is" Premier Sunday 27 Jun 2021
Is for you? The Washington Post 20 Jun 2021
Is for you? LA Times Daily 20 Jun 2021
Billy Joel's "Just the Way You —" Premier Sunday 20 Jun 2021
“The gloves ___ off!” Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2021
Common linking verb The Washington Post Sunday 13 Jun 2021
Is plural? Universal 07 Jun 2021
"Is" pluralized Premier Sunday 06 Jun 2021
"___ You My Mother?" Family Time 06 Jun 2021
Is for a few The Washington Post 30 May 2021
'___ we good?' New York Times 30 May 2021
Is for a few LA Times Daily 30 May 2021
Is for more? New York Times 28 May 2021
"You ___ My Sunshine" Universal 27 May 2021
"— you kidding?" Eugene Sheffer 25 May 2021
"Chances —" (1957 hit) Premier Sunday 23 May 2021
Exist Universal 20 May 2021
"We ___ Family" Family Time 16 May 2021
"I am? No, you ___!" Family Time 10 May 2021
'Whose side ___ you on?' The Washington Post Sunday 09 May 2021
'___ we there yet?' USA Today 08 May 2021
"You really ___ too much!" Universal 07 May 2021
'Where ___ they now?' USA Today 05 May 2021
'___ you sure?' USA Today 04 May 2021
"These ___ just what I wanted!" Family Time 02 May 2021
''__ we having fun yet?'' Newsday 02 May 2021
Live and breathe Newsday 29 Apr 2021
Word with "There you" Family Time 25 Apr 2021
'When Stars ___ Scattered' USA Today 25 Apr 2021
''My lips __ sealed'' Newsday 20 Apr 2021
"Roses — red" Thomas Joseph 19 Apr 2021
Actually exist Wall Street Journal 19 Apr 2021
Exist LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2021
Exist The Washington Post 18 Apr 2021
"Right you —!" Eugene Sheffer 15 Apr 2021
Translation of 'estan' USA Today 14 Apr 2021
Is for you? Eugene Sheffer 13 Apr 2021
Word that sounds like its middle letter New York Times 13 Apr 2021
Verb sometimes shortened to its middle letter Universal 12 Apr 2021
'__ you comfy?' The Washington Post 12 Apr 2021
"__ you comfy?" LA Times Daily 12 Apr 2021
More of our Valentine verse Canadiana 12 Apr 2021
Our Valentine verse continues Canadiana 12 Apr 2021
More than seem Newsday 10 Apr 2021
Make, as in math New York Times 09 Apr 2021
'My lips ___ sealed' USA Today 05 Apr 2021
"Just the Way You ___" Family Time 04 Apr 2021
Violets-blue connector Universal 04 Apr 2021
"___ we having fun yet?" Universal 02 Apr 2021
Common linking verb USA Today 02 Apr 2021
Is for two? Thomas Joseph 02 Apr 2021
''__ we there yet?'' Newsday 30 Mar 2021
"___ you happy?" Universal 29 Mar 2021
Exist Eugene Sheffer 25 Mar 2021
'My hands ___ tied' Jonesin 23 Mar 2021
''Ready when you __'' Newsday 17 Mar 2021
"Roses __ red ... " LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2021
'Roses __ red ... ' The Washington Post 15 Mar 2021
With 22-Across, rebuttal to 'Am too!' USA Today 13 Mar 2021
More than may be Newsday 12 Mar 2021
Equals Wall Street Journal 11 Mar 2021
Is plural Irish Times Simplex 10 Mar 2021
"You ___ here" (map words) Family Time 08 Mar 2021
“___ you sure about that?” Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2021
'There you ___!' USA Today 27 Feb 2021
Is for you? Wall Street Journal 25 Feb 2021
'... chips-down' link The Washington Post 21 Feb 2021
"... chips-down" link LA Times Daily 21 Feb 2021
"All bets — off" Eugene Sheffer 20 Feb 2021
'How ___ you doing?' USA Today 16 Feb 2021
'You ___ So Beautiful' (Joe Cocker song) The Washington Post Sunday 14 Feb 2021
"I'm Nobody! Who ___ you?" (Dickinson) Universal 11 Feb 2021
'___ You My Mother?' (children's book) New York Times 10 Feb 2021
''My lips __ sealed!'' Newsday 08 Feb 2021
Equate to Newsday 07 Feb 2021
Not just were USA Today 07 Feb 2021
'Roses ___ red . . .' USA Today 05 Feb 2021
Is for two? Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2021
"Rules — rules!" Premier Sunday 31 Jan 2021
"___ we there yet?" Family Time 31 Jan 2021
'Just the Way You ___' USA Today 30 Jan 2021
Is for two Thomas Joseph 29 Jan 2021
Add up to Wall Street Journal 28 Jan 2021
Exist Wall Street Journal 27 Jan 2021
'___ You Happy Now?' (Michelle Branch song) USA Today 26 Jan 2021
'We ___ Young' (hit by fun.) The Washington Post Sunday 24 Jan 2021
'Roses ___ red ...' New York Times 24 Jan 2021
'___ you for real?' USA Today 21 Jan 2021
Is for two Wall Street Journal 14 Jan 2021
'___ you serious?' New York Times 11 Jan 2021
"There ___ no words ..." Universal 05 Jan 2021
“___ we having fun yet?” Wall Street Journal 04 Jan 2021
'We __ Farmer's, bum ba dum bum bum bum bum' The Washington Post 03 Jan 2021
"Women's rights ___ human rights" Universal 03 Jan 2021
"We __ Farmer's, bum ba dum bum bum bum bum" LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2021
Consist of Newsday 02 Jan 2021
We may precede it, but I can't The Washington Post 01 Jan 2021
We may precede it, but I can't LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2021
Verb for you Thomas Joseph 31 Dec 2020
'Who do you think you ___?' New York Times 30 Dec 2020
"If you ___ going, I am too!" Family Time 28 Dec 2020
"You ___ here" Family Time 27 Dec 2020
Add up to Premier Sunday 20 Dec 2020
“We ___ the Champions” Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2020
Were present? New York Times 10 Dec 2020
"What ___ the odds?" Universal 10 Dec 2020
Is plural? Wall Street Journal 08 Dec 2020
Were, now LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2020
Were, now The Washington Post 03 Dec 2020
"What — you doing?" Eugene Sheffer 03 Dec 2020
'Right you ___!' USA Today 02 Dec 2020
"— you serious?" Eugene Sheffer 26 Nov 2020
Plural is USA Today 25 Nov 2020
Modern art? Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2020
"All the Things You ___" (Ella Fitzgerald song) Universal 23 Nov 2020
Highly unusual The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
'All bets ___ off' USA Today 17 Nov 2020
''__ you kidding?'' Newsday 17 Nov 2020
"How ___ you getting there?" Family Time 15 Nov 2020
'__ you quite finished?' The Washington Post 12 Nov 2020
"__ you quite finished?" LA Times Daily 12 Nov 2020
Tomatoes ___ fruits Family Time 08 Nov 2020
'Where ___ you going?' USA Today 06 Nov 2020
Live and breathe Thomas Joseph 06 Nov 2020
"You ___ here" Universal 05 Nov 2020
"Right you ___!" Universal 02 Nov 2020
''You __ not alone'' Newsday 02 Nov 2020
Make Wall Street Journal 29 Oct 2020
"___ you sure?" Universal 23 Oct 2020
'All the Things You ___' USA Today 22 Oct 2020
'___ you seeing this?' New York Times 18 Oct 2020
''And you __?'' Newsday 18 Oct 2020
"___ we there yet?" Universal 17 Oct 2020
"___ we alone?" Universal 15 Oct 2020
'We ___ the World' The Washington Post 14 Oct 2020
"We ___ the World" LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2020
“___ you kidding?” Wall Street Journal 13 Oct 2020
'___ so!' New York Times 10 Oct 2020
Word that sounds like its second letter New York Times 08 Oct 2020
Part of the verb to be Canadiana 05 Oct 2020
“Where ___ my manners?” Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2020
"All bets __ off" LA Times Daily 28 Sep 2020
'All bets __ off' The Washington Post 28 Sep 2020
'People ___ talking' New York Times 27 Sep 2020
Verb for you Eugene Sheffer 23 Sep 2020
Am for a whole bunch of us? Family Time 20 Sep 2020
'How ___ you?' USA Today 14 Sep 2020
"When ___ you going to clean this room?" Family Time 13 Sep 2020
Linking verb USA Today 06 Sep 2020
'We ___ the World' New York Times 31 Aug 2020
"Right you ___!" ("Correct!") Family Time 30 Aug 2020
What may come after you New York Times 30 Aug 2020
See 56-Across Premier Sunday 30 Aug 2020
'And the nominees ___ . . .' USA Today 29 Aug 2020
''__ you listening?'' Newsday 25 Aug 2020
"__ you joking?" LA Times Daily 25 Aug 2020
'__ you joking?' The Washington Post 25 Aug 2020
'___ You That Somebody?' (Aaliyah song) USA Today 24 Aug 2020
Alphabetic homophone Newsday 22 Aug 2020
Really exist Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2020
'___ you ready to order?' USA Today 19 Aug 2020
"Where — you?" Eugene Sheffer 15 Aug 2020
_____ you okay? Canadiana 03 Aug 2020
"You ___ My Sunshine" Family Time 02 Aug 2020
"My lips ___ sealed" Universal 29 Jul 2020
'Dog Days ___ Over' (Florence and the Machine song) USA Today 23 Jul 2020
Form of ''to be'' Newsday 23 Jul 2020
Form of 'to be' The Washington Post Sunday 12 Jul 2020
"You — My Sunshine" Premier Sunday 12 Jul 2020
''___ you sleeping?'' Family Time 06 Jul 2020
Roses-red link Universal 03 Jul 2020
Common verb Thomas Joseph 03 Jul 2020
''Blessed __ the meek . . .'' Newsday 02 Jul 2020
'___ we clear?' USA Today 21 Jun 2020
Is for two? LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2020
Is for two? The Washington Post 18 Jun 2020
"We ___ Never Meeting in Real Life" (Samantha Irby book) Universal 15 Jun 2020
''__ you kidding me?'' Newsday 15 Jun 2020
"Where ___ you?" Universal 10 Jun 2020
'We ___ Never Ever Getting Back Together' Jonesin 09 Jun 2020
Art, in 2020 Family Time 08 Jun 2020
Live Wall Street Journal 03 Jun 2020
Exist New York Times 01 Jun 2020
"My lips ___ sealed" Family Time 01 Jun 2020
Add up to New York Times 30 May 2020
'Lines ___ now open' The Washington Post Sunday 17 May 2020
You-here connector Universal 16 May 2020
'Who Do You Think You ___?' (genealogy-based series) Jonesin 12 May 2020
Am for more than one? Family Time 11 May 2020
"How ___ you?" Universal 06 May 2020
Is for many The Washington Post 02 May 2020
"We ___ the Champions" Universal 02 May 2020
Is for many LA Times Daily 02 May 2020
Really exist Newsday 30 Apr 2020
Am for a bunch of people? Family Time 27 Apr 2020
Word with "you happy now?" Family Time 19 Apr 2020
'These Boots ___ Made for Walkin'' USA Today 16 Apr 2020
Am for several? Family Time 29 Mar 2020
'___ You My Mother?' USA Today 27 Mar 2020
'— we there yet?' Thomas Joseph 24 Mar 2020
'— you serious?' Eugene Sheffer 23 Mar 2020
'My ears ___ burning' The Washington Post Sunday 22 Mar 2020
Have life Premier Sunday 22 Mar 2020
"We ___ the World" Universal 21 Mar 2020
'What __ the odds?!' The Washington Post 14 Mar 2020
"What __ the odds?!" LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2020
'Why ___ you booing me? I'm right' USA Today 10 Mar 2020
'Right you ___!' New York Times 09 Mar 2020
'... how I wonder what you ___' Jonesin 03 Mar 2020
'___ We There' (Sharon Van Etten album) USA Today 02 Mar 2020
Word reduced to a letter by texters The New Yorker 17 Feb 2020
"Roses ___ red" link Family Time 16 Feb 2020
“You ___ Here” Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2020
"___ you for real?" Universal 27 Jan 2020
Art nouveau?
'Chances ___' (Johnny Mathis hit) USA Today 13 Jan 2020
“My lips ___ sealed” Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2020
Equal New York Times 05 Jan 2020
Equal
Comprise Newsday 05 Jan 2020
"How ___ things?" Family Time 05 Jan 2020
"Right you ___" Universal 05 Jan 2020
''Diamonds ___ Forever'' Family Time 30 Dec 2019
Consist of New York Times 26 Dec 2019
Consist of
(We) exist The Times Concise 23 Dec 2019
"What ___ you up to?" Family Time 23 Dec 2019
Exist Newsday 22 Dec 2019
Word before "so!" and "not!" Family Time 22 Dec 2019
What 'r' might signify New York Times 20 Dec 2019
What "r" might signify
"___ we clear?" Universal 19 Dec 2019
Modern art? LA Times Daily 18 Dec 2019
Modern art? The Washington Post 18 Dec 2019
'___ You the One?' USA Today 16 Dec 2019
Exist Premier Sunday 15 Dec 2019
R's meaning in some text messages USA Today 12 Dec 2019
"__ you serious?" LA Times Daily 12 Dec 2019
'__ you serious?' The Washington Post 12 Dec 2019
"___ you listening?" Universal 04 Dec 2019
'___ you kidding me?' Jonesin 03 Dec 2019
'___ we cool?' The Washington Post Sunday 01 Dec 2019
Don't just look Newsday 30 Nov 2019
Am for multiple people? Family Time 24 Nov 2019
State of being Canadiana 18 Nov 2019
Consist of Premier Sunday 17 Nov 2019
YOU ___ HERE USA Today 11 Nov 2019
''Odds __ . . .'' Newsday 10 Nov 2019
"You __ here" LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2019
'You __ here' The Washington Post 03 Nov 2019
"Just the Way You ___" Universal 01 Nov 2019
Is for two?
"__ you kidding?" LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2019
'__ you kidding?' The Washington Post 28 Oct 2019
Live Premier Sunday 27 Oct 2019
"And you ___ ...?" Family Time 27 Oct 2019
'__ we good?' The Washington Post 25 Oct 2019
"__ we good?" LA Times Daily 25 Oct 2019
Verb after "queue"? Universal 22 Oct 2019
'Roses — red' Thomas Joseph 16 Oct 2019
Word pronounced like its middle letter LA Times Daily 10 Oct 2019
Word pronounced like its middle letter The Washington Post 10 Oct 2019
'We __ Farmers': insurance slogan The Washington Post 08 Oct 2019
"We __ Farmers": insurance slogan LA Times Daily 08 Oct 2019
'How __ you doing?' The Washington Post 07 Oct 2019
'Odds ___ . . .' USA Today 07 Oct 2019
"How __ you doing?" LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2019
Part of the verb "to be" Canadiana 07 Oct 2019
"__ you awake?" LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2019
'__ you awake?' The Washington Post 30 Sep 2019
'___ you nuts?' USA Today 28 Sep 2019
Am for a group? Family Time 23 Sep 2019
Of the verb to be Canadiana 23 Sep 2019
Continue to be Newsday 19 Sep 2019
'Right you —!' Eugene Sheffer 17 Sep 2019
Verb that sounds like a letter The Washington Post 07 Sep 2019
Verb that sounds like a letter LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2019
Is another way? Wall Street Journal 04 Sep 2019
Add up to Newsday 30 Aug 2019
'___ you mad?' New York Times 27 Aug 2019
'Rules — rules' Premier Sunday 25 Aug 2019
'What ___ the odds?' New York Times 14 Aug 2019
''Ready when you __!'' Newsday 12 Aug 2019
What you can take that I can't? New York Times 10 Aug 2019
Don't just appear Newsday 10 Aug 2019
Plural 'is' New York Times 05 Aug 2019
Were present? The Washington Post 03 Aug 2019
"Things ___ good" Universal 03 Aug 2019
Were present? LA Times Daily 03 Aug 2019
'Trix ___ for kids!' USA Today 29 Jul 2019
'___ you serious?' USA Today 28 Jul 2019
What 'bist' means in the 1930s hit 'Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen' New York Times 24 Jul 2019
'___ you quite finished?' Wall Street Journal 22 Jul 2019
(They/you/we) exist The Times Concise 16 Jul 2019
What 'r' may stand for USA Today 11 Jul 2019
Art of today? Family Time 30 Jun 2019
"___ you kidding me?" Universal 21 Jun 2019
'We __ Marshall': 2006 football drama The Washington Post 18 Jun 2019
"We __ Marshall": 2006 football drama LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2019
'What ___ you thinking?' Jonesin 18 Jun 2019
'__ too!' The Washington Post 08 Jun 2019
"__ too!" LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2019
"Facts ___ stubborn things": John Adams Universal 07 Jun 2019
Verb pronounced like a letter USA Today 03 Jun 2019
'Diamonds ___ Forever' USA Today 31 May 2019
'___ we having fun yet?' New York Times 27 May 2019
It often follows you The Washington Post 23 May 2019
It often follows you LA Times Daily 23 May 2019
'___ you insane?' New York Times 21 May 2019
'___ you through?' New York Times 20 May 2019
Word whose first letter is dropped in contractions New York Times 17 May 2019
'___ we there yet?' Wall Street Journal 14 May 2019
'R,' in a text USA Today 13 May 2019
Is for you? Universal 04 May 2019
Form of "to be" Family Time 29 Apr 2019
"There you __!" LA Times Daily 28 Apr 2019
'There you __!' The Washington Post 28 Apr 2019
"What ___ you eating?" Family Time 28 Apr 2019
"Rules ___ rules" Universal 18 Apr 2019
It follows and precedes 'rules' The Washington Post Sunday 14 Apr 2019
Sister Sledge's "We ___ Family" Universal 13 Apr 2019
Exist / Reign denoter New York Times 09 Apr 2019
'How — you?' Premier Sunday 07 Apr 2019
''Right you __!'' Newsday 03 Apr 2019
'___ we finished now?' New York Times 27 Mar 2019
"Chances ___ ..." Universal 22 Mar 2019
Verb that's a homophone for a letter New York Times 17 Mar 2019
'We ___ not amused' USA Today 16 Mar 2019
You ___ here (map words) Universal 16 Mar 2019
Art nowadays? LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2019
'Right you —!' Thomas Joseph 15 Mar 2019
Art nowadays? The Washington Post 15 Mar 2019
'Beds ___ Burning' (Midnight Oil song) Jonesin 12 Mar 2019
'What __ the odds?' The Washington Post 06 Mar 2019
"What __ the odds?" LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2019
'___ you sure?' Wall Street Journal 26 Feb 2019
Come-as-you-___ party USA Today 24 Feb 2019
Live and breathe Wall Street Journal 05 Feb 2019
A word with you Newsday 20 Jan 2019
'Thank God Almighty, we ___ free at last': MLK Wall Street Journal 16 Jan 2019
Is for all The Washington Post 13 Jan 2019
Is for all LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2019
What may follow you Wall Street Journal 07 Jan 2019
Flareup's heart Newsday 05 Jan 2019
Is for more than one? Wall Street Journal 05 Jan 2019
What "r" may stand for
What you can take that I can't?
What may follow you
"___ we there yet?"
Is, for two
"You __ here"
"__ too!"
Is another way?
Exist
Verb pronounced like a letter
"Thank God Almighty, we ___ free at last": MLK
"We __ Farmers": insurance slogan
"All bets __ off"
"How __ you doing?"
Really exist
"We __ Marshall": 2006 football drama
Is for more than one?
"What __ the odds?"
Is for you?
Live and breathe
Verb that's a homophone for a letter
Is for all
Exist
"___ we there yet?"
"Trix ___ for kids!"
"Odds ___ . . ."
Art nowadays?
"R," in a text
"All bets ___ off"
It often follows you
"__ you awake?"
"Diamonds ___ Forever"
"We ___ not amused"
"__ you kidding?"
"___ you kidding me?"
"Rules ___ rules"
"___ we there yet?"
"___ you through?"
"Just the Way You ___"
Plural "is"
Exist / Reign denoter
Exist
"___ you mad?"
"___ we finished now?"
"My lips ___ sealed"
"Facts ___ stubborn things": John Adams
Word whose first letter is dropped in contractions
"Chances ___ ..."
"Things ___ good"
"What ___ the odds?"
"___ you insane?"
What "bist" means in the 1930s hit "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen"
"We ___ the World"
"___ you sure?"
Is for you?
Sister Sledge's "We ___ Family"
Verb after "queue"?
Violets-blue connector
You ___ here (map words)
"___ you nuts?"
''__ you okay?'' Newsday 01 Jan 2019
"___ you sure?"
"___ you quite finished?"
Come-as-you-___ party
"___ you serious?"
"What __ the odds?!"
"There you __!"
"__ we good?"
"__ you serious?"
Verb that sounds like a letter
Were present?
Word pronounced like its middle letter
"Scooby-Doo, Where ___ You?" Family Time 31 Dec 2018
"____ you there?" Universal 27 Dec 2018
'You — Here' Thomas Joseph 26 Dec 2018
''Roses __ red . . .'' Newsday 24 Dec 2018
Word with you but not me New York Times 23 Dec 2018
'r,' in a text The Washington Post Sunday 23 Dec 2018
Equal LA Times Daily 22 Dec 2018
Equal The Washington Post 22 Dec 2018
"___ We There Yet?" Universal 15 Dec 2018
"___ you being helped?" Universal 11 Dec 2018
'Scooby-Doo, Where ___ You?' Jonesin 04 Dec 2018
"___ you listening to me?" Family Time 02 Dec 2018
"___ you nuts?" Universal 27 Nov 2018
Contemporary art? The New Yorker 26 Nov 2018
Equals Newsday 23 Nov 2018
"__ you alone?" LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2018
'__ you alone?' The Washington Post 21 Nov 2018
'Why ___ you asking?' New York Times 20 Nov 2018
Portray Newsday 18 Nov 2018
'___ we there yet?' The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Nov 2018
"___ you there?" Universal 14 Nov 2018
Sister Sledge's "We __ Family" LA Times Daily 13 Nov 2018
Sister Sledge's 'We __ Family' The Washington Post 13 Nov 2018
"Who ___ you, the pope?" Universal 12 Nov 2018
Exist The New Yorker 12 Nov 2018
'__ you out of your mind?' The Washington Post 09 Nov 2018
"__ you out of your mind?" LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2018
"___ you coming with us?" Family Time 04 Nov 2018
What may follow you Newsday 02 Nov 2018
'__ you listening?' The Washington Post 30 Oct 2018
"__ you listening?" LA Times Daily 30 Oct 2018
Live and breathe LA Times Daily 29 Oct 2018
Live and breathe The Washington Post 29 Oct 2018
'-- we there yet?' Thomas Joseph 15 Oct 2018
'My ears ___ burning' Wall Street Journal 15 Oct 2018
'Right you !' Eugene Sheffer 15 Oct 2018
'How you doin'' omission The Washington Post Sunday 14 Oct 2018
Lionel Richie's 'You ___' New York Times 06 Oct 2018
Equal Newsday 04 Oct 2018
You-here link Universal 30 Sep 2018
"So there you ___!" Family Time 30 Sep 2018
'All bets ___ off!' USA Today 27 Sep 2018
Play the role of The New Yorker 24 Sep 2018
Sum to New York Times 23 Sep 2018
'-- you with me?' Premier Sunday 23 Sep 2018
You ___ here Family Time 23 Sep 2018
'All bets ___ off' The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Sep 2018
With 62 Across, a question of confirmation Newsday 20 Sep 2018
'Come as you ___' New York Times 18 Sep 2018
Common plural verb New York Times 16 Sep 2018
'__ we there yet?' The Washington Post 13 Sep 2018
"__ we there yet?" LA Times Daily 13 Sep 2018
Have actuality Universal 10 Sep 2018
Consist of Wall Street Journal 05 Sep 2018
"When ___ you coming?" Universal 03 Sep 2018
"All bets ___ off" Universal 02 Sep 2018
"To be" form Universal 23 Aug 2018
Amount to New York Times 12 Aug 2018
Live New York Times 09 Aug 2018
Form of "to be" Universal 08 Aug 2018
''That's what friends __ for'' Newsday 05 Aug 2018
"So there you ___" Universal 05 Aug 2018
Queen's 'We ___ the Champions' USA Today 04 Aug 2018
Is, for two Newsday 02 Aug 2018
'You -- Here' Thomas Joseph 31 Jul 2018
'We ___ everywhere' USA Today 26 Jul 2018
Equal, in math New York Times 22 Jul 2018
'What ___ the odds?' USA Today 19 Jul 2018
Am for many? Family Time 15 Jul 2018
'The gloves ___ off' USA Today 15 Jul 2018
We ___ Scientists (rock duo) The Washington Post Sunday 08 Jul 2018
It may follow a dot New York Times 05 Jul 2018
Is for some LA Times Daily 29 Jun 2018
Is for some The Washington Post 29 Jun 2018
'Some ___ born great . . .' USA Today 27 Jun 2018
Is for more than one Wall Street Journal 23 Jun 2018
What you may have that I can't? New York Times 21 Jun 2018
"___ You Experienced" (1967 rock album) The New Yorker 18 Jun 2018
Verb for you Wall Street Journal 16 Jun 2018
Be transformed? Universal 15 Jun 2018
'___ we alone?' Wall Street Journal 12 Jun 2018
"Odds __ ... " LA Times Daily 06 Jun 2018
'Odds __ ... ' The Washington Post 06 Jun 2018
Is multiplied? Jonesin 05 Jun 2018
What the French 'es,' 'sont' and 'sommes' all mean New York Times 01 Jun 2018
Unit of land measure equal to 100 square metres Irish Times Simplex 31 May 2018
Word often after 'you' The Washington Post Sunday 27 May 2018
'Right you --!' Thomas Joseph 24 May 2018
'Q: ___ We Not Men? A: We ___ Devo!' (debut Devo album) The Washington Post Sunday 13 May 2018
Is relative? Wall Street Journal 12 May 2018
Occur LA Times Daily 10 May 2018
Occur The Washington Post 10 May 2018
"We ___ on our way" Family Time 06 May 2018
Word that may follow you USA Today 03 May 2018
"Rules ___ rules" The New Yorker 30 Apr 2018
What a texter's 'r' means USA Today 29 Apr 2018
'What ___ the odds?!' The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Apr 2018
'. . . but few ___ chosen' USA Today 26 Apr 2018
'__ You Lonesome Tonight?' The Washington Post 18 Apr 2018
"__ You Lonesome Tonight?" LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2018
"Who ___ you?" Family Time 15 Apr 2018
English 101 verb Wall Street Journal 11 Apr 2018
Is for many people? The Washington Post Sunday 08 Apr 2018
''Who __ you kidding?'' Newsday 04 Apr 2018
Is multiplied? Universal 03 Apr 2018
'Vous êtes ici' ('You ___ here') New York Times 02 Apr 2018
''__ you serious?'' Newsday 27 Mar 2018
'All bets ___ off' New York Times 20 Mar 2018
'The knives ___ out' The Washington Post Sunday 18 Mar 2018
'We ___ the Champions' New York Times 18 Mar 2018
Plural 'is' Premier Sunday 18 Mar 2018
'___ we there yet?' New York Times 14 Mar 2018
'I am, you ___, he is' New York Times 12 Mar 2018
PART 3 OF THE ONE-LINER Jonesin 06 Mar 2018
''What ___ you up to?'' Family Time 05 Mar 2018
'The gloves ___ off' The Washington Post Sunday 04 Mar 2018
Cost Newsday 03 Mar 2018
We might come before it? Universal 03 Mar 2018
Exist Jonesin 27 Feb 2018
'Just the Way You ___' Wall Street Journal 27 Feb 2018
"Who ___ you?" Universal 22 Feb 2018
How things link? Universal 20 Feb 2018
"You ___ here" USA Today 18 Feb 2018
"What ___ you doing?" Family Time 11 Feb 2018
Total arithmetically New York Times 08 Feb 2018
"r," in texts USA Today 07 Feb 2018
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis song) USA Today 03 Feb 2018
'___ you for real?' Jonesin 30 Jan 2018
'... and yet here we --' Premier Sunday 28 Jan 2018
___ you kidding? Canadiana 22 Jan 2018
"Some ___ born great . . ." USA Today 18 Jan 2018
Plane calculation New York Times 07 Jan 2018
Verb that sounds like a letter Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2018
"___ you kidding?" Universal 05 Jan 2018
'There ___ no words ...' Jonesin 02 Jan 2018
Is relative?
Verb for you
Ain't right?
"Come as you ___"
"I am, you ___, he is"
"Vous êtes ici" ("You ___ here")
What you may have that I can't?
"So there you ___"
"How ___ you?"
"All bets ___ off"
"To be" form
"When ___ you coming?"
"Who ___ you, the pope?"
"Who ___ you?"
"You ___ here"
". . . but few ___ chosen"
"All bets ___ off!"
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis song)
"Odds __ ... "
"__ You Lonesome Tonight?"
"__ we there yet?"
"__ you alone?"
"__ you listening?"
"__ you out of your mind?"
Equal
Is for some
Live and breathe
Occur
Sister Sledge's "We __ Family"
"My ears ___ burning"
"___ We There Yet?"
"___ you being helped?"
"___ you kidding?"
"___ we alone?"
Consist of
English 101 verb
Is for more than one
"We ___ the Champions"
"Why ___ you asking?"
"___ you serious?"
Add up to
Amount to
Common plural verb
Equal, in math
Sum to
Total arithmetically
"___ we there yet?"
"What ___ the odds?!"
"All bets ___ off"
What the French "es," "sont" and "sommes" all mean
"___ you listening?"
"___ you nuts?"
"There ___ no words ..."
You-here link
Is multiplied?
How things link?
Have actuality
"___ you there?"
"____ you there?"
"Some ___ born great . . ."
Be transformed?
"The gloves ___ off"
"We ___ everywhere"
"What ___ the odds?"
Form of "to be"
"You ___ here"
"___ you for real?"
"r," in texts
Word that may follow you
What a texter's "r" means
Word with you but not me
Queen's "We ___ the Champions"
Old TV's "You ___ There" USA Today 30 Dec 2017
Take place Newsday 28 Dec 2017
"___ you ready?" Universal 20 Dec 2017
'___ you serious?' Jonesin 19 Dec 2017
'Roses __ red' The Washington Post 19 Dec 2017
"Roses __ red" LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2017
"Trix ___ for kids!" USA Today 13 Dec 2017
"YOU ___ HERE" Family Time 10 Dec 2017
Is for you Wall Street Journal 09 Dec 2017
"Roses ___ red Г%82..." Family Time 27 Nov 2017
18th letter, in texting Newsday 24 Nov 2017
'___ you for real?!' The Chronicle of Higher Education 24 Nov 2017
'Roses -- red' Thomas Joseph 14 Nov 2017
"You __ here": mall map words LA Times Daily 13 Nov 2017
'You __ here': mall map words The Washington Post 13 Nov 2017
Cost New York Times 11 Nov 2017
'Chances ___ ...' New York Times 08 Nov 2017
'And the nominees ___ ...' Jonesin 17 Oct 2017
'The British ___ coming!' New York Times 10 Oct 2017
"How ___ you today?" Family Time 08 Oct 2017
See 30-Down Premier Sunday 01 Oct 2017
"Right you ___!" USA Today 01 Oct 2017
Is for two people? Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2017
Common auxiliary verb Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2017
It may follow you, but not me LA Times Daily 10 Sep 2017
It may follow you, but not me The Washington Post 10 Sep 2017
"We ___ not amused" Family Time 10 Sep 2017
"___ we there yet?" USA Today 08 Sep 2017
"___ you looking for trouble?" Universal 02 Sep 2017
'The rules __ the rules' The Washington Post 27 Aug 2017
"The rules __ the rules" LA Times Daily 27 Aug 2017
"___ you OK?" Universal 26 Aug 2017
"r," in tweets USA Today 21 Aug 2017
'___ you not entertained?' New York Times 17 Aug 2017
Milne's "Now We ___ Six" USA Today 10 Aug 2017
"__ you coming?" LA Times Daily 10 Aug 2017
'__ you coming?' The Washington Post 10 Aug 2017
"All bets ___ off" Family Time 06 Aug 2017
'___ you nuts?' New York Times 02 Aug 2017
"Ready when you ___!" Universal 26 Jul 2017
"All the Things You ___" USA Today 23 Jul 2017
"All men ___ created equal" Family Time 17 Jul 2017
"Roses ___ red ..." Universal 13 Jul 2017
Is for you LA Times Daily 09 Jul 2017
Is for you The Washington Post 09 Jul 2017
"Odds ___ . . ." USA Today 02 Jul 2017
You may be followed by it Wall Street Journal 01 Jul 2017
It often follows you Newsday 29 Jun 2017
It may follow "you" USA Today 27 Jun 2017
"___ we there yet?" USA Today 25 Jun 2017
"Rules ___ rules" USA Today 23 Jun 2017
Be for you? Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2017
"___ we not men?" Universal 09 Jun 2017
Is relative? Universal 07 Jun 2017
"___ we having fun yet?" USA Today 04 Jun 2017
Is for many? Universal 04 Jun 2017
"Where the Wild Things ___" Universal 28 May 2017
Word between 'facts' and 'facts' New York Times 25 May 2017
'___ You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?' New York Times 24 May 2017
"... such stuff / As dreams __ made on": Prospero LA Times Daily 19 May 2017
'... such stuff / As dreams __ made on': Prospero The Washington Post 19 May 2017
First word in "Scarborough Fair" USA Today 15 May 2017
Is for you? Thomas Joseph 11 May 2017
Signify Newsday 11 May 2017
"___ you for real?" USA Today 10 May 2017
Is for all? Family Time 08 May 2017
____ you kidding? Canadiana 08 May 2017
"Blessed-the meek" link Universal 18 Apr 2017
"___ you hearing this?" Universal 12 Apr 2017
''__ you sure?'' Newsday 11 Apr 2017
You-here link Family Time 09 Apr 2017
You can come before it, but I can't Universal 09 Apr 2017
'__ we alone?' The Washington Post 04 Apr 2017
"__ we alone?" LA Times Daily 04 Apr 2017
"We ___ the World" (1985 hit) Family Time 03 Apr 2017
"Ready when you ___!" Family Time 02 Apr 2017
'All we ___ saying is give peace a chance' New York Times 28 Mar 2017
"Where ___ you?" Family Time 27 Mar 2017
Rules-rules link Universal 19 Mar 2017
'You __': Lionel Richie hit The Washington Post 19 Mar 2017
"You __": Lionel Richie hit LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2017
"Chances ___" (Mathis tune) USA Today 19 Mar 2017
Make, in arithmetic New York Times 02 Mar 2017
Texter's "r" USA Today 01 Mar 2017
'We ___ Young' (2012 Song of the Year) New York Times 01 Mar 2017
Be in another form? Jonesin 28 Feb 2017
"Who __ you kidding?" LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2017
"All bets ___ off!" USA Today 16 Feb 2017
Exist as a group USA Today 13 Feb 2017
"Rules-rules" link Universal 06 Feb 2017
English 101 verb Newsday 29 Jan 2017
"My lips ___ sealed" USA Today 27 Jan 2017
It may come after you LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2017
It will often follow you Newsday 26 Jan 2017
"Come as you ___" Family Time 22 Jan 2017
'How -- you?' Premier Sunday 22 Jan 2017
Verb reduced to its middle letter in texts The Washington Post 21 Jan 2017
"What ___ the choices?" Universal 20 Jan 2017
'___ you for real?' The Washington Post 18 Jan 2017
Updated art? New York Times 13 Jan 2017
It often follows you Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2017
Is for everyone? LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2017
"___ you for real?"
It may come after you
YOU ___ HERE
"___ you OK?"
"___ we not men?"
"Where the Wild Things ___"
"What ___ the choices?"
"Chances ___ ..."
"The rules __ the rules"
"r," in tweets
Word between "facts" and "facts"
Updated art?
"___ you not entertained?"
"___ You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?"
"We ___ Young" (2012 Song of the Year)
First word in "Scarborough Fair"
It may follow "you"
"Roses __ red"
"You __ here": mall map words
"The British ___ coming!"
Is for you
Old TV's "You ___ There"
"Right you ___!"
"All the Things You ___"
Milne's "Now We ___ Six"
"Blessed-the meek" link
"Ready when you ___!"
"__ you coming?"
"We ___ the Champions"
"___ you looking for trouble?"
"Rules-rules" link
"___ you ready?"
"Roses ___ red ..."
Is for many?
Is relative?
Is for two?
Is for everyone?
You can come before it, but I can't
"Rules ___ rules"
"___ we having fun yet?"
Modern art?
It may follow you, but not me
"___ you for real?!"
"___ you hearing this?"
"All we ___ saying is give peace a chance"
"___ we there yet?"
"... such stuff / As dreams __ made on": Prospero
Is for many
You-here separator Universal 29 Dec 2016
'Blessed ___ ...' (Joan Baez album) The Washington Post 19 Dec 2016
Queen's "We ___ the Champions" USA Today 10 Dec 2016
Occur Newsday 09 Dec 2016
"___ you nuts?" USA Today 07 Dec 2016
Middle word in a mall map phrase New York Times 04 Dec 2016
Is, for you? The Washington Post 04 Dec 2016
'You ____ what you eat' The Washington Post 26 Nov 2016
Is for a group? The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Nov 2016
'We ___ not amused' The Chronicle of Higher Education 18 Nov 2016
Is for many people Wall Street Journal 03 Nov 2016
A word with you nuts? Universal 01 Nov 2016
'-- you in?' Premier Sunday 30 Oct 2016
'What ___ you afraid of?' Jonesin 25 Oct 2016
'You ___ Here' Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2016
'___ you kidding me?!' New York Times 10 Oct 2016
About a 40th of an acre Newsday 01 Oct 2016
Part 4 of today's quote Canadiana 26 Sep 2016
"You" verb Universal 20 Sep 2016
'___ we done?' The Washington Post 15 Sep 2016
"Diamonds ___ Forever" USA Today 07 Sep 2016
'r,' in a 72-Across New York Times 31 Aug 2016
"Butterflies ___ Free" USA Today 30 Aug 2016
'What ___ the odds?' Jonesin 23 Aug 2016
"___ you serious?" USA Today 22 Aug 2016
"How ___ you?" Family Time 21 Aug 2016
'___ you nuts?' The Washington Post 15 Aug 2016
Michael Jackson's 'You ___ Not Alone' The Washington Post 13 Aug 2016
"We ___ not amused" Universal 13 Aug 2016
'Diamonds ___ Forever' The Washington Post 12 Aug 2016
English 101 verb Universal 12 Aug 2016
"___ you out of your mind?" Universal 09 Aug 2016
Is for a group? New York Times 06 Aug 2016
"Roses ___ red ..." Family Time 31 Jul 2016
Function as Newsday 28 Jul 2016
'___ You the One?' (MTV reality show) New York Times 27 Jul 2016
To be for you? New York Times 14 Jul 2016
Is for more than one? The Washington Post 13 Jul 2016
'___ we having fun yet?' The Washington Post 12 Jul 2016
"Who ___ you kidding?" Universal 08 Jul 2016
Live Newsday 07 Jul 2016
"Just the Way You ___" USA Today 07 Jul 2016
You may precede it, but I can't Universal 07 Jul 2016
'Is' pluralized Premier Sunday 03 Jul 2016
Equals LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2016
Is for many? Wall Street Journal 01 Jul 2016
"Blessed __ the meek ... " LA Times Daily 29 Jun 2016
Part 6 of today's quote Canadiana 27 Jun 2016
Add up to, in arithmetic LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2016
"You ___ So Beautiful" Family Time 19 Jun 2016
Word that sounds like its middle letter The Washington Post 16 Jun 2016
'___ you kidding?' Wall Street Journal 13 Jun 2016
Is in another form? Family Time 13 Jun 2016
Belong Newsday 03 Jun 2016
Word that's a homophone of its middle letter Universal 26 May 2016
It may follow you The Washington Post 25 May 2016
"__ we done here?" LA Times Daily 23 May 2016
"Facts __ facts" Universal 21 May 2016
Will occur Newsday 20 May 2016
"Odds __ ..." Universal 20 May 2016
"That's What Friends ___ For" Family Time 16 May 2016
"___ you kidding?" Family Time 15 May 2016
It can be before you LA Times Daily 14 May 2016
''Endure,'' as in the seventh 007 film title Newsday 07 May 2016
"__ you for real?" LA Times Daily 26 Apr 2016
Is for more than one person? Wall Street Journal 20 Apr 2016
"__ you nuts?" LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2016
Is for two The Washington Post 15 Apr 2016
"We __ Marshall": 2006 film LA Times Daily 14 Apr 2016
Second-person copulative verb The Washington Post 13 Apr 2016
'___ we done here?' New York Times 05 Apr 2016
Verb that's an anagram of 56-Down Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2016
'All the Things You ' Eugene Sheffer 21 Mar 2016
Lionel Richie's "You __" LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2016
'My lips ___ sealed' Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2016
This was once 'art' New York Times 11 Mar 2016
'We the World' Eugene Sheffer 11 Mar 2016
'___ we done?' Wall Street Journal 09 Mar 2016
"___ you asleep?" Family Time 28 Feb 2016
''___ you kidding?'' Family Time 22 Feb 2016
First word of 'Scarborough Fair' The Washington Post 12 Feb 2016
It often follows "you" USA Today 11 Feb 2016
Were up to date? Universal 09 Feb 2016
Am for more than one? USA Today 09 Feb 2016
'Gone ___ the days ...' New York Times 08 Feb 2016
"Where ___ we?" Family Time 08 Feb 2016
Were now? New York Times 07 Feb 2016
'What ___ the odds?!' New York Times 03 Feb 2016
Verb for you Universal 31 Jan 2016
'... and yet, here we ___' New York Times 25 Jan 2016
(We/they/you) exist The Times Concise 22 Jan 2016
"__ we okay?" LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2016
Exist Canadiana 04 Jan 2016
"We ___ the Champions" Family Time 04 Jan 2016
Roses-red connector Universal 03 Jan 2016
Add up to, in arithmetic
"Who ___ you kidding?"
"We ___ not amused"
"___ we having fun yet?"
"___ you out of your mind?"
Art, today
English 101 verb
Roses-red connector
Verb for you
Were up to date?
Word that's a homophone of its middle letter
You may precede it, but I can't
You-here separator
Equals
It can be before you
"__ we okay?"
"__ we done here?"
"Blessed __ the meek ... "
Is for a group?
"We ___ not amused"
"There you ___!"
"Butterflies ___ Free"
"Just the Way You ___"
Am for more than one?
It often follows "you"
You-here link USA Today 01 Jan 2016
You-here link
"You" verb
Art, today Universal 01 Jan 2016
"... and yet, here we ___"
"Gone ___ the days ..."
"What ___ the odds?!"
"___ You the One?" (MTV reality show)
"___ you kidding me?!"
Middle word in a mall map phrase
To be for you?
The Who's 'Who ___ You' New York Times 30 Dec 2015
Live and breathe Universal 29 Dec 2015
"__ You Experienced": Hendrix album LA Times Daily 27 Dec 2015
English 101 verb USA Today 23 Dec 2015
'Who you?' Eugene Sheffer 15 Dec 2015
"You ___ My Sunshine" USA Today 10 Dec 2015
Modern art? The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Dec 2015
Plural of is Eugene Sheffer 02 Dec 2015
Live and breathe New York Times 02 Dec 2015
What often comes after you The Washington Post 02 Dec 2015
Texter's 'r' Eugene Sheffer 21 Nov 2015
'___ you in?' New York Times 18 Nov 2015
"You ___ So Beautiful" Universal 18 Nov 2015
'We ___ Queen Victoria' Jonesin 17 Nov 2015
'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' ender The Washington Post 13 Nov 2015
"___ you kidding?" USA Today 05 Nov 2015
"Roses ___ red . . ." USA Today 02 Nov 2015
' you for real?' Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2015
''We __ not amused'' Newsday 28 Oct 2015
It may follow you? Universal 19 Oct 2015
"__ you ready?" LA Times Daily 19 Oct 2015
'___ we alone?' New York Times 11 Oct 2015
"The best things in life ___ free" Universal 06 Oct 2015
Have existence Universal 01 Oct 2015
'Diamonds ___ Forever' Wall Street Journal 29 Sep 2015
"We ___ not amused" USA Today 29 Sep 2015
"Where the Wild Things ___" Family Time 28 Sep 2015
Is for more than one? Family Time 27 Sep 2015
Equal Premier Sunday 27 Sep 2015
'We ___ not afraid' ('We Shall Overcome' lyric) Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2015
'My lips ___ sealed!' The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Sep 2015
"How ___ you?" USA Today 17 Sep 2015
"__ you happy now?" LA Times Daily 14 Sep 2015
First word of 'Scarborough Fair' Wall Street Journal 11 Sep 2015
Word often shortened to its middle letter in texts New York Times 06 Sep 2015
'Facts ___ facts' New York Times 03 Sep 2015
''Some __ born great . . .'' Newsday 27 Aug 2015
Exist USA Today 27 Aug 2015
To be, with you Newsday 20 Aug 2015
'Rules ___ rules' New York Times 12 Aug 2015
''How __ you?'' Newsday 11 Aug 2015
Don't just seem USA Today 04 Aug 2015
"Blessed ___ the meek . . ." USA Today 31 Jul 2015
"__ you finished?" LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2015
'Some ___ born great': 'Twelfth Night' The Chronicle of Higher Education 10 Jul 2015
'You There' Eugene Sheffer 08 Jul 2015
'What -- the odds?' Premier Sunday 05 Jul 2015
'Diamonds ___ Forever' The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Jun 2015
Is for more than one? LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2015
"__ you in or out?" LA Times Daily 27 May 2015
Is, for many USA Today 19 May 2015
'___ you with me?' New York Times 13 May 2015
Word before "so!" and "not!" Universal 11 May 2015
100 square meters Universal 07 May 2015
We can precede it, but I can't USA Today 05 May 2015
"... how I wonder what you ___" Family Time 04 May 2015
"The best things in life ___ ..." Universal 03 May 2015
Equals, in math New York Times 30 Apr 2015
'___ you out of your mind?!' New York Times 27 Apr 2015
"We" may precede it Universal 12 Apr 2015
"We ___ Family" Universal 11 Apr 2015
"___ you serious?" Universal 08 Apr 2015
'___ you even listening?' New York Times 05 Apr 2015
". . . Women ___ From Venus" USA Today 01 Apr 2015
Is for many people? Universal 29 Mar 2015
'Chances ' Eugene Sheffer 28 Mar 2015
Common verb USA Today 26 Mar 2015
'All men ___ created equal' New York Times 24 Mar 2015
We may precede it USA Today 20 Mar 2015
See 87-Across New York Times 15 Mar 2015
"Lonely ___ the Brave" Universal 08 Mar 2015
A verb for you USA Today 24 Feb 2015
"___ we having fun yet?" Family Time 23 Feb 2015
'-- you sleeping?' Premier Sunday 08 Feb 2015
"All the Things You ___" Universal 06 Feb 2015
"___ you listening?" USA Today 01 Feb 2015
'You -- here' Premier Sunday 01 Feb 2015
See 21-Across New York Times 28 Jan 2015
"Who ___ you kidding?" USA Today 28 Jan 2015
Exist The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Jan 2015
"We __ Family": 1979 hit LA Times Daily 22 Jan 2015
"How ___ the mighty fallen . . ." USA Today 17 Jan 2015
"You __ My Sunshine" LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2015
"___ you pulling my leg?" USA Today 10 Jan 2015
'Blessed ___ ...' (1971 Joan Baez album) New York Times 09 Jan 2015
English 101 word USA Today 07 Jan 2015
"We __ not amused"
"Some __ born great . . ."
"How __ you?"
"___ you with me?"
Equals, in math
Is for two
"___ you even listening?"
"___ we alone?"
"Rules ___ rules"
"Facts ___ facts"
"Blessed ___ ..." (1971 Joan Baez album)
Is relative?
Verb for you
"Become What You ___" Juliana Hatfield 3
See 21-Across
___ mermaids real (Google suggestion when I started typing this word)
See 87-Across
The Who's "Who ___ You"
Word often shortened to its middle letter in texts
"These ___ the times ..."
"Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" ender
"We ___ the Champions"
"___ You Experienced" (1967 debut album by the Jimi Hendrix Experience)
A.A. Milne's "Now We ___ Six"
Live
First word of "Scarborough Fair"
"We ___ not afraid" ("We Shall Overcome" lyric)
"Diamonds ___ Forever"
First word of "Scarborough Fair"
"Diamonds ___ Forever"
"My lips ___ sealed!"
"Some ___ born great": "Twelfth Night"
Exist
We may precede it
Verb that sounds like a letter
We can precede it, but I can't
Is, for many
Exist
English 101 word
English 101 verb
Don't just seem
Modern art?
Common verb
A verb for you
"___ you pulling my leg?"
Where the Wild Things ___
"___ you listening?"
"___ you kidding?"
"You ___ My Sunshine"
"Who ___ you kidding?"
"Roses ___ red . . ."
"How ___ you?"
"How ___ the mighty fallen . . ."
"Blessed ___ the meek . . ."
". . . Women ___ From Venus"
"We __ Family": 1979 hit
"You __ My Sunshine"
"__ You Experienced": Hendrix album
"__ you finished?"
"__ you happy now?"
"__ you in or out?"
"__ you ready?"
Is for more than one?
What often comes after you
Is for you?
"All the Things You ___"
"Lonely ___ the Brave"
"The best things in life ___ ..."
"The best things in life ___ free"
"You ___ here"
"You ___ correct, sir"
"We ___ the Champions"
"Q: ___ We Not Men? ..."
"We ___ Family"
"We" may precede it
"You ___ So Beautiful"
"___ you serious?"
100 square meters
Have existence
Is for many people?
It may follow you?
Live and breathe
"___ you in?"
Word before "so!" and "not!"
"My lips ___ sealed"
'-- you sleeping?'
'What -- the odds?'
'You -- here'
Consist of
Equal
Exist
To be, with you
Take place
"___ you not entertained?"
Portray
Live and breathe
It often follows you
"___ you out of your mind?!"
Form of "to be"
Exist
Equate to
Consist of
"__ you serious?"
"... Women ___ From Venus"
"Right you __!"
"Roses __ red . . ."
"__ we having fun yet?"
"__ we there yet?"
"__ you kidding?"
Cost
Don't just seem
It might follow you
It often follows "you"
Texter's "r"
"... such stuff / As dreams __ made on": Shak.
'People -- talking'
Be different?
Is, pluralized
Modern art?
Plural 'is'
Will be now?
"I love you just the way you ___"
Aimee Mann "That's Just What You ___"
Hawthorne Heights "This Is Who We ___"
OneRepublic "All We ___"
Bruno Mars "Just the Way You ___"
"___ You Experienced?" (Hendrix hit)
Ubiquitous verb
"All men ___ created equal"
"Blessed __ the pure in heart ..."
"So there you ___!"
"Wherever you go, there you ___"
"Who ___ we kidding?"
A word with you?
Exist as a group
Is after you?
Is expanded?
Is for two?
Roses-red link
"Diamonds ___ a Girl's Best Friend"
Be a different way?
"Chances ___"
"Chances ___" (Mathis hit)
"My lips ___ sealed"
"___ you nuts?"
(On)e (of) X(ena: Warr)i(or Prince)s(s's an)t(agonists)
"So there you ___!"
"What ___ you afraid of?"
"You ___ what you eat"
"___ you finished?"
"___ you out of your mind?"
Common auxiliary verb
Is for couples?
One hundred square meters
Who-you link
What "will be" will be?
Is for you?
"Just the Way You __": Bruno Mars hit
You might appear next to this
"___ we done here?"
"___ we done?"
"___ you for real?"
First word in the English lyrics of "Frère Jacques"
Add up to
Often-abbreviated word in texts
Something that often follows you
Word often abbreviated to its middle letter, in texts
Don't just seem
"Just the Way You __"
"Here we __"
Equate to
Exist
Is for two or more
"Two heads ___ better than one"
Second person copulative
It often appears to the right of you
First word in the English lyrics of "Frère Jacques"
"___ you kidding?"
"___ you going to Scarborough Fair?"
"You ___ what you eat"
"Chances ___"
"All bets ___ off"
"What ___ the odds?"
A verb for you
"___ you with me?"
"What ___ you getting at?"
"My lips ___ sealed"
"What ___ the chances?"
A form of "to be"
A word with you?
Here's a verb for you
Is doubled?
Is for all?
" Butterflies ___ Free"
It can follow you but not me
It's between "you" and "here"
Verb that sounds like a letter
"Rules __ rules"
"You __ here"
Violets-blue connector
"... but few ___ chosen"
Were present?
"The Way I ___" (2007 Timbaland hit)
You may precede it, but I can't
Word before "so" or "not"
Ain't antonym
Comprise
Would seem to be
Consists of
Don't just look
Equal
What often follows you
Word often shortened to one letter in text messages
Live
"___ you ready?"
Beatitudes verb
"We ___ Young" (Fun. song)
"All bets __ off"
"The Kids __ All Right": 2010 Best Picture nominee
"Bells ___ Ringing"
"All bets ___ off"
Equal
It frequently follows you
"My feet ___ killing me"
What often follows you
"___ you pulling my leg?"
What may follow you
"What ___ the chances?"
Fixx "___ We Ourselves"
"We __ not alone"
"All We ___" Warlock
"Blessed __ the peacemakers": Matthew
"__ we having fun yet?"
Scorpions "___ you ready to rock?"
'Is' pluralized
Really exist
"Just the Way You ___" (Grammy-winning Bruno Mars song)
"How right you ___!"
Is in the plural?
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis hit)
Have a life
Is for more than one?
"The results ___ in"
"We ___ the Champions" (1977 song by Queen)
"You ___ My Sunshine"
"___ you for real?"
"___ we having fun yet?"
"___ you nuts?"
Don't just seem
'We -- not amused'
"__ you listening to me?"
"__ you sure?"
"___ you serious?"
"___ you there?"
Exist
It may follow you
Equal
Have a life
"__ you sure?"
"__ you listening to me?"
"__ you kidding me?"
"__ we having fun yet?"
"We __ the Champions"
"We __ not alone"
"The Kids __ All Right": 2010 Best Picture nominee
Add up to
Have existence
Kiss "Tears ___ Falling"
Common verb
Make, in arithmetic
The chips ___ down
"We ___ the 99%"
"___ you kidding me?"
Modern art form?
Nirvana's "Come as You ___"
Art today?
___ You There, God? It's Me, Margaret
"People ___ People"
"We ___ the 99%" (slogan in recent protests)
"___ we there yet?"
Is following you?
An auxiliary verb
Peter Wolf "Come As You ___"
Nirvana "Come as You ___"
Go-Go's "Our Lips ___ Sealed"
Billy Joel "Just the Way You ___"
"We __ the World"
"Odds __ ..."
"Now We __ Six": Milne
"My lips __ sealed"
"All men __ boys": Updike
"__ you sure?"
Form of 'be'
Live
Texter's "r"
Q2
"Come as You ___"
"Who ___ You"
"__ you happy now?"
"We __ the World"
'My hands -- tied'
Is for a few?
Is, for more than one
". . . all men ___ created equal"
". . . how I wonder what you ___"
"And the nominees ___ . . ."
"Ear" anagram
"What ___ you doing here?"
"Wherever you go, there you ___"
"___ we on the same page?"
"___ you talking to me?"
Hundred square meters
Last word of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
Verb for "you"
Were now?
Exist
Roses-red link
You-here connector
About 120 square yards
Add up to
Hundred square meters
Be in another form?
Amount to
Costs
Am for more than one?
"What ___ you up to?"
Have the job of
Verb that sounds like a letter
"___ You Experienced" (Jimi Hendrix's first album)
"___ you O.K.?"
Total
Have the role of
Signify
"What ___ you afraid of?"
"What ___ friends for?"
"That's What Friends ___ For"
"How ___ things?"
"Ear" anagram
"Butterflies ___ Free"
"... violets ___ blue"
"... all men ___ created equal"
"__ you for real?"
Totals
Will occur
"__ we there yet?"
"__ we alone?"
"You __ My Sunshine"
"What __ the odds?"
"Odds __ ..."
"Diamonds ___ Forever" (Bond film)
"My reasons ___ my own"
"We ___ Family" (1979 song)
"We ___ the World"
"Where ___ my manners?"
"You ___ here"
"You ___ here" (map indication)
"___ we there yet?"
Be
Contemporary art
Johnny Mathis "Chances ___"
Have a life
Have existence
Is for two?
Janelle Monáe song "We ___ Young"
"Right you ___!"
Beatitudes verb
"Now We __ Six": Milne
"My lips __ sealed"
You-here connector
Roses-red link
"__ you for real?"
"__ we alone?"
Exist
Is, for two
"You ___ So Beautiful"
Beatitudes' second word
Is for you?
Is in another form?
Is pluralized
It can follow you but not me?
Sendak's "Where the Wild Things ___"
The Who's "Who ___ You"
What may be coming after you
YOU ___ HERE
Sendak's "Where the Wild Things ___"
One hundred square meters
Last word of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
It might come after you?
Is for all?
"___ you happy now?"
"Right you ___!"
"... how I wonder what you ___"
"The Way I ___" (Timbaland song)
Michelle Branch's "___ You Happy Now?"
"All the Things You ___" (Jerome Kern song)
"___ You Being Served?"
"___ you crazy?"
Is for many
Were now?
Were in the present?
Is for all?
Is after you?
Come as you __
Art, now
"__ you nuts?"
"Who __ we kidding?"
"The Kids __ All Right": 2010 film
100 square meters
Is, for them
Jimi Hendrix's "___ You Experienced?"
It might come after you
Is, pluralized
Is for you?
Is for two or more?
Is for a few?
Art, nowadays
"My lips ___ sealed"
"Chances ___," 1957 #1 hit
Royal "am"?
Were now?
"The Times They ___ a-Changin'"
'Right you --!'
'Odds -- ...'
'How -- you doing?'
'How -- ya?'
'Chances --'
'Chances -- ...'
'-- you ready?'
"All the Things You ___"
"My hands ___ tied"
See 3-Down
Is for everybody?
"Well, ___ you?"
"The Kids __ All Right": 2010 film
"Who __ we kidding?"
"__ you nuts?"
"__ you serious?"
Art, now
Come as you __
Is after you?
Is for all?
Sister Sledge's "We ___ Family"
Last word of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
It often follows you
A word with you
"___ you game?"
Work as
With 55 Down, emphatic denial
Play the role of
"___ we alone?"
"What ___ you getting at?"
"The Kids ___ All Right"
"Diamonds ___ Forever"
"... but few ___ chosen"
Is for two?
It will often follow you
"Odds __ . . ."
"All bets __ off"
Were in the present?
Metallica: "Where the Wild Things ___"
"You ___ here" (map notation)
"You ___ what you eat"
"___ You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?"
Be in a different form?
Is, pluralized
More than is?
Something I can't use, but you can
"You __ what you eat"
"You __ here"
Fill space
Is for two
"Who __ You": 1978 album by The Who
"We __ the Champions"
"Memories __ Made Of This": 1956 chart-topper
Modern art?
Pearl Jam's "Who You ___"
"Memories __ Made Of This": 1956 chart-topper
We might come before it?
Milne's "Now We __ Six"
"Do you know where your children ___?"
"Chances __": Mathis hit
To be in another form?
Ubiquitous verb
You might appear to the left of this
"Ready when you ___!"
"We ___ the Champions"
"Who __ You": 1978 album by The Who
"You ___ here" (map notation)
Be a certain way?
Is relative?
King James' art, today?
Would seem to be
Can be located
Is for two?
"Right you ___!"
Last word of Shelley's "Adonais"
Milne's "Now We __ Six"
"Chances __": Mathis hit
English 101 verb
To be with you?
We might come before it
"Trix ___ for kids!"
"What ___ friends for?"
"What ___ the odds?"
"What ___ you, a wise guy?"
"___ you for real?"
"___ you with me?"
Is for all of us?
Art today?
"You __ what you eat"
Will be present?
Last word of Shelley's "Adonais"
Is for all of us?
It's often after you
It often follows you
Common verb
"___ You Content" (Yeats poem)
Art today?
Exist as a group
"Blessed ___ the meek ..."
"These ___ the times that ..."
Sendak's "Where the Wild Things ___"
"And you ___?"
Have life
'Where -- you?'
'My lips -- sealed'
'All bets -- off'
'-- you happy now?'
'-- we there yet?'
"Bells ___ Ringing" (musical)
Exist
Is for couples
"___ you shitting me?"
"The Way I ___" (2007 Timbaland hit)
"Brain Thrust Mastery" band We ___ Scientists
"To be" conjugate
"___ we on the same page?"
Is doubled?
Middle of the sleeper's observation
We may precede this
We might come before it
Is for you
"___ we having fun yet?"
It may come after you
Be a different way?
"___ you ready?"
"You ___ There" (Walter Cronkite history program)
Live and breathe
"__ you ready for this?"
"__ you kidding?"
"You __ here": mall map words
"What __ the choices?"
"Chances __"
"___ you kidding?!"
"___ we there yet?"
"___ not!"
"Right you ___!"
Verb for you
Live and breathe
Is, for more than one
Is, for many
Don't just seem
"___ you out of your mind?"
"Where the Wild Things ___"
"What ___ you up to?"
"We ___ Family" (1979 Sister Sledge song)
"My lips ___ sealed"
YOU __ HERE
Something to follow you
It can follow you
"Chances __"
"What __ the choices?"
"__ you ready for this?"
"Now We ___ Six" (A.A. Milne book)
Live
You will often appear to the left of this
You ___ here (map phrase)
"___ You Experienced?" (Hendrix hit)
"___ We Done Yet?" (2007 flick)
"You" may precede it
"When Irish Eyes ___ Smiling"
Have life
"Where the Boys ___" (1960 film)
Be with someone else?
It might come after you
Exist en masse
Exist
Violets-blue connector
Is for many?
"Roses ___ red ..."
"My feet ___ killing me"
". . . __ the snows of yesteryear?"
"The odds __ . . ."
"We __ not amused!"
Have a life
We may precede this
Lionel Richie's "You ___"
Is for a group?
Go for, in price
"Where the Wild Things ___"
Everyday verb
Ain't antonym
"Butterflies ___ Free" (Leonard Gershe play)
"Where ___ my manners?"
'-- you nuts?'
Art of today?
"You __": Richie hit
"Where the Boys __"
"___ You Lonesome Tonight?"
"Two heads ___ better than one"
With 37-Down, "Earth Girls ___ ___"
"___ you sure?"
Êtes, across the English Channel
It frequently follows you
"ou ___ here22
"__ you listening?"
"You __": Richie hit
Is relative
Be transformed?
Is for you?
Is for more than one?
Have life
Exist
Están, across the Gibraltar border
"Who ___ You" (1978 hit song and album)
"We ___ the World"
Occur
It often follows you
"These ___ the times that ..."
"We ___ not amused"
___ Weapons (NYC rock band)
Be in another form
"We ___ the Champions"
"___ you sleeping?"
"My lips ___ sealed"
"Where the Boys __"
You will often appear to the left of this
Be altered?
Will be now?
Were present?
Art of today?
"___ you happy now?"
Exist
"What ___ you saying?"
"___ we having fun yet?"
"You ___ So Beautiful"
"What ___ the odds?"
"What ___ the chances?"
"Be" conjugate
"Bells ___ Ringing"
Were now?
Is for some?
Second-person singular of "be"
Were up to date?
Have existence
Be with you?
Common auxiliary verb
"There you ___!"
"Diamonds ___ a Girl's Best Friend"
"Odds ___ ..."
"The Kids ___ Alright"
"We ___ Marshall" (2006 Matthew McConaughey film)
"When Irish Eyes ___ Smiling"
"Where ___ my manners?"
"Who do you think you ___?"
"You ___ My Sunshine"
"___ You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?"
"___ you a man or a mouse?"
Is for many?
Live
Cost
100 square meters
"___ you kidding?"
"You ___ here"
"Chances ___"
"Bells ___ Ringing"
"All bets ___ off"
"Chances __"
"Odds __ ..."
"__ you sure?"
Art, today
Don't just seem
Not just look
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis hit)
Is for many people?
What you can't be without?
Live
Is for some?
Is for many?
"__ you satisfied?"
"__ you game?"
What "will be" will be
Have being
"Where the Boys ___"
"Right you ___!"
What you can't be without?
Modern art?
Live
Is for some?
Is for many?
"__ you satisfied?"
"__ you game?"
A word with you
Would seem to be
Modern art?
"We __ the World"
Exist
"Odds ___ . . ."
Exist
"Chances __"
Surface area equal to 100 square meters
Something you can use but I can't
Is plural?
Is for many?
Exist as a group
"What ___ you saying?"
"Bells ___ Ringing" (Judy Holliday's last film)
We might come after it
"Frère Jacques" opener, in English
"We Three Kings of Orient ___"
Take up space
It can follow you
Is for more than one?
Is for more than one
Fill spaces
Ear anagram
Beatitudes verb
"You ___ here!"
Is plural?
Is plural?
'-- you satisfied?'
Timbaland's "The Way I ___"
Roses-red connector
Exist
Today's art
Have vitality
Art, today?
"___ you ready?"
"__ You There God? It's Me, Margaret": Judy Blume classic
It may follow you
Helping verb
"__ you sleeping?"
Beatitudes verb
"Chances __"
Take up space
A verb for you
Part of "to be"
"Where the Wild Things ___" (Sendak book)
"We ___ the world..."
'-- you OK?'
'-- you crazy?'
'Roses -- red ...'
'Who -- you?'
'You -- what you eat'
Something I cannot use, but you can?
Something I can't use, but you can
It might follow you
It may follow you
"Here we ___!"
It may follow you
It may be following you?
Ear anagram
"We __ the World"
"Violets __ blue..."
"You ___ There"
"__ we having fun yet?"
___ you kidding me?
Will be now?
"__ you nuts?"
Common verb conjugation
Take up space
We might come before it
Were in the present
"Chances ___"
"__ You There God? It's Me, Margaret": Judy Blume classic
Don't just seem
"___ you nuts?"
"... how I wonder what you ___"
"All bets ___ off"
"Blessed ___ the meek ..."
"You ___ here" (map notation)
"We ___ the World"
"Roses ___ red..."
"___ we having fun yet?"
Exist
Modern art?
Son, north of the Mexican border
Metric measure
"Diamonds ___ Forever" (1971)
"Frog and Toad ___ Friends" (children's book)
"Objects in mirror ___ closer than they appear"
"Roses ___ red ..."
"The Boys ___ Back in Town" (1976 hit)
Something you can use but I can't
Son: Spanish :: ___ : English
"___ Men Necessary?" (Maureen Dowd book)
"___ you serious?"
"___ you sure?"
Occupy a position
It often follows you
It may follow you
Form of "to be"
First word of "Scarborough Fair"
Is for two people?
Is in another form
Live and breathe
"Chances ___"
Is for several?
Verb for you
"You ___ Love" ("Show Boat" song)
Word with you
Last word of Shelley's "Adonais"
Is plural?
Sendak's "Where the Wild Things ___"
Roses-red connector
"Blessed __ the meek ..."
It sometimes follows you
"You ___ Here" (mall map marking)
100 square meters
Ubiquitous verb
Have being
Really exist
Modern art?
Live and breathe
"Right you ___!"
"Now we ___ engaged in a great civil war . . ."
"Men ___ From Mars . . ."
Subsist
Something I can't use, but you can
Not just look
Make, in arithmetic
Make, altogether
It may come after you
"___ you getting this?"
It can follow you but not me
"You ___ What You Is" (Frank Zappa album)
"Chances ___"
"All the Things You ___" (Hammerstein/Kern song)
"Roses ___ red …"
"So there you ___!"
"Where ___ you?"
.0247 acre
"Earth Girls ___ Easy" (Julie Brown song)
"__ You Sincere?": Andy Williams hit
"You ___ Love" (song from "Show Boat")
"We have met the enemy, and they ___ ours": Oliver Hazard Perry
Remain extant
"___ you sure?"
Beatitudes verb
"All the Things You ___"
"Stay As You ___" (1978)
"We __ the World"
"Where The Boys ___"
"You ___ here"
"__ you serious?"
"You ___ what you eat."
"We Three Kings of Orient ___"
"Blessed __ the meek ..."
"__ You Sincere?": Andy Williams hit
Art, these days
'-- you for real?'
'-- you kidding?'
'-- you serious?'
'How -- things?'
"Trix ___ for kids"
"Car 54, Where ___ You?"
"Earth Girls ___ Easy"
"Here We ___" (Gloria Estefan hit)
"That's What Friends ___ For"
"The best things in life ___ free"
"The odds ___ ..."
"And you ___?"
Is plural
"We ___ the Champions" (Queen hit)
"___ You There God? It's Me, Margaret"
Live
Metric surface measure
P.D. Eastman's "___ You My Mother?"
Will be now?
Take place
See 83 Across
"__ we there yet?"
"You __ here"
Will be now
Art, these days
Live and breathe
"___ you being served?"
Beatitude's second word
"___ You Experienced?" (1967 Jimi Hendrix album)
"Blessed ___" (Baez album)
100 square meters
Beatitudes verb
Is expanded
Is for them?
"Chances __"
More than is?
"Odds __..."
"Blessed __ the meek..."
"Just the Way You ___" (Billy Joel hit)
"Right you ___!"
"Rosencrantz and Guildenstern ___ Dead"
"The Kids ___ Alright" (album by The Who)
"Two heads ___ better than one"
'-- you sure?'
"We ___ Family" (Sister Sledge hit)
"We ___ not amused"
"___ you serious!?"
Exist en masse
"Blessed __ the meek..."
"Odds __..."
It may follow you
'How -- you?'
"You ___ what you eat"
"___ You Sincere" (Andy Williams song)
"___ you for real?"
It often appears to the right of you
Last word of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
Linking verb
Fill space
Richie's "You __"
It may follow you
Land measure
You follower
Auxiliary verb
"Chances ___"
"Is" for two
"Diamonds __ Forever"
You ___ here
Exist en masse
"___ you kidding me?"
With 64-Down, reply to "Am too!"
Remain
"___ you there?"
"Odds ___ ..."
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis song)
"Come as you ___"
"Where the Boys ___"
A form of to be
It might come after you
It could come after you
"You __" (Richie tune)
You will often appear to the left of it
"Chances __" (Mathis tune)
"Diamonds ___ Forever"
"___ You Being Served?" (British comedy show)
"We ___ the World"
"You __": Lionel Richie hit
Is for two
Violets-blue connector
See 29-Across
It might come after you
"You ___ There" (old TV show)
"Happy Days ___ Here Again"
___ you kidding me?
Exist (en masse)
What may follow you
See 31-Down
Metric measure
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis hit)
"All the Things You ___"
Is for two?
Is expanded?
100 square meters
"___ you kidding?"
"___ we there yet?"
"___ we having fun yet?"
"Where the Boys ___"
"You _____ what you eat"
Be in another form
Is for them
It might follow you
Metric land measure
"___ you for real?"
"Is" doubled?
"Butterflies __ Free"
"All the Things You ___"
"Chances ___" (Johnny Mathis hit)
"Where the Boys __"
"Who __ you?"
100 square meters
Is for many
Is, for two
119.6 square yards
"Right you _____!"
"We __ Family" (Sister Sledge tune)
"Chances ___" (Mathis megahit)
"Diamonds __ Forever": 007 film
"... dedicated to the proposition that all men ___ created equal": Abraham Lincoln
"Where the Wild Things _____"
"We _____ the World"
"___ you sleeping, Brother John?"
"___ you for real?"
"You ___ what you eat"
"You ___ So Beautiful"
"Just the Way You ___"
"All the Things You ___"
Modern art?
"You __": Lionel Richie hit
"We ___ the World"
"Diamonds __ Forever": 007 film
"Butterflies -- Free"
"You ___ here" (map words)
"Butterflies -- Free"
"Men ___ From Mars..."
"We ___ the Champions" (Queen hit)
"___ You Lonesome Tonight?"
"You ___ here" (map words)
"Where the Wild Things ___"
"Chances ___" (1989 film)
It may come after you
Is for you?
"___ you with me?"
"___ you getting this?"
"___ we there yet?"
"You ___ here"
"You ___ My Destiny"
"Chances ___"
__ you kidding me?
"__ You Being Served?"
"Chances ___"
"These ___ the jokes"
"You ___ My Destiny"
"You ___ here"
"___ we there yet?"
"___ you getting this?"
"___ you kidding?"
"___ you with me?"
To be in another form?
Modern art?
"We __ Family"
"Butterflies __ Free"
You ___ here
Were now?
To be with you?
Live and breathe
"You ___" (Lionel Richie hit)
"Roses ___ red ..."
"All men ___ created equal" (Declaration of Independence statement)
Breathe
A backward ERA?
"____ you positive?"
"___ You Lonesome Tonight?"
Versatile verb
Surface measure
Cubic meter
Modern art
"__ you for real?"
"You __ So Beautiful"
"Who __ you kidding?"
"All the Things You __"
"Diamonds _____ Forever" (1971)
More of the banner
Is pluralized
Is for two or more?
"Men _____ From Mars ..."
"Diamonds _____ Forever"
"___ You Lonesome Tonight?"
English 101 verb
Be in another form?
TV's 'People -- Funny'
You will often appear to the left of this
Modern art?
It often follows you
"All The Things You ___" (song)
Is doubled?
"You ___" (Lionel Richie hit)
"You ___ the Sunshine of My Life"
They often precedes it
Subsist
Hendrix album, "__ You Experienced?"
100 square meters
Breathe
Common irregular verb form
Exist
We may precede it
"All the Things You ___" (Kern tune)
"Lonely ___ the Brave"
"___ we having fun yet?"
Live and breathe
"Scooby-Doo, Where ___ You?"
"___ you listening?"
"___ you ready for this?"
Art, today?
"Butterflies _____ Free"
"Chances _____"
"Right you _____!"
"Who _____ we kidding?"
"_____ You Experienced?" (Hendrix hit)
"_____ we there yet?"
It may follow you
It often follows you
Live and breathe
Have actuality
.0247 of an acre
<I>Where the Wild Things ___<I>
How ___ things?
It might follow you
"Who ___ we kidding?"
"We ___ Not Alone"
"We ___ Family"
"All the Things You ___" (Kern tune)
Unit of measure
"You ___ the weakest link. Goodbye!"
___ you serious?
"You ___ Here"
"____ we having fun yet?"
"____ you nuts?"
Is for more than one?
"You ___" (1983 Lionel Richie hit)
"We -- not amused"
"Who ___ you?"
Billy Joel hit, "Just the Way You __"
Common verb
Metric area unit
Is doubled?
What you may precede
People ___ Funny
Is multiplied?
"Men ___ From Mars, ..."
"Here we ___!"
"...Women ___ From Venus"
120 or so square yards
All the Things You ___
Be alive
Butterflies ___ Free
Era anagram
Exists
What ___ the odds?
___ there any more at home like you?
"Bells ___ Ringing"
"Now We ___ Six": Milne
"We ___ not alone"
"___ you out of your mind?"
Have life
"You __ here"
"We __ not alone"
Auxiliary verb
Jimi Hendrix. ___ You Experienced?
Is for all
"How ___ Things in Glocca Morra?"
"We — the World"
"Chances —"
Be
It often follows you
Land measurement
Wordsworth's "We ___ Seven"
It often comes after "you"
Exists
YOU ___ HERE
"Just the Way You _____"
"_____ you for real?"
Word in a USA for Africa title
It might follow you
Is for you?
Art, today
"___ you listening?"
"___ you finished?"
Unit of land
See 63-Across
"What ___ you doing here?"
Exist en masse
A word with you
"What ___ our chances?"
Have being
Remain
"___ we on the same page?"
____ we alone?
Question beginner
Plural of is
Just the Way You ____
Jimi Hendrix' ____ You Experienced?
Have vitality
Common verb second person
Brighten the corner where you ____ . . .
We ____ the World
Is after you?
"There you ___"
"What ___ you getting at?"
"Where ___ we?"
"You ___ There"
Art, these days
Is after you?
Sendak's "Where the Wild Things ___"
Word with you
YOU _____ HERE
It's between you and here
"You _____" (Lionel Richie hit)
"You _____ here"
"What _____ the odds?"
"We three kings of Orient _____"
"We _____ Family"
"We Three Kings of Orient _____"
"Men _____ From Mars..."
100 square meters
Breathe
Is for a few
Have existence
Is for them
What _son_ means in Spain
___ we having fun yet?
Part of to be
Part of "to be"
Metric measure
"You ___ what you eat"
"What ___ you doing!"
Metric measure
English 101 word
"How ___ things?"
"You __ My Sunshine"
"Do you know where your children ___?"
"All the Things You ___"
"All the Things You ___"
"___ You Being Served?" (British comedy)
"___ you asleep?"
Billy Joel's "Just the Way You ___"
Have life
____ you for real?!
You ____ There : old TV show
"Trix _____ for kids"
"We ____ driven" (Datsun slogan)
"You _____ here"
Were up to date?
Have a life
"You ___ There" ('50s documentary drama)
"___ You Sincere?" (Andy Williams hit)
"___ you sleeping, Brother John?"
YOU ___ HERE
Metric measure
Land measure
Part of to be
"We ___ The World"
"We ___ not alone"
"Butterflies ___ Free"
"Men ___ From Mars..."
You ____ Not Alone
____ you there?
____ You Lonesome Tonight?
"____ we having fun yet?"
You ____ here
"You ___ My Destiny"
Is for more than one?
"What ___ you saying?"
"You ___" (1983 hit)
.0247 acre
"We ___ Family"
Modern art
Metric land measure
Have life
"You __ There"
100 square meters
Last word of Shelley's "Adonais"
You ____ Love
We ____ not alone
Have existence
"We ___ the Champions" (Queen tune)
"We ___ Not Alone" (1939 film)
"Roses ___ red..."
"Who ___ you?"
"You ___ So Beautiful"
"You ___" (Lionel Richie hit)
Lionel Richie's "You ___"
Michael Jackson's "You ___ Not Alone"
"___You Lonesome Tonight?"
"_____you there"
Is for two
____ you sure?
Verb for you
Auxiliary verb
"Odds___..."
Form of "to be"
You ____ There
You ____ Sixteen
We ____ the World : 1985 Grammy winner
We ____ Family
Wordsworth's "We ___ Seven"
You ____ Love : Kern
Live
Rilke's You ___ the Future
"___you kidding?"
"You___" (1983 Lionel Richie hit)
"We___Not Alone"
Old TV's "You___There"
Is doubled
"Roses___red..."
"_____ you sure?"
"Right you ____!"
"These ____ the times..."
"We ____ the Champions" (1978 hit)
"____ you satisfied?"
A verb for you
Contemporary art
Have vitality
Metric land measure
Sister Sledge's "We _____ Family"
"You _____ There" (50's TV show)
"Chances _____"
"Chances ____"
"Be" conjugate
"All the Things You _____"
Metric unit
"_____ you for real?"
"Diamonds _____ a girl's ..."
Art today
"These _____ the times..."
Remain extant
Wordsworth's "We _____ Seven"
Exists
"We _____ not amused"
"_____ we having fun yet?"
"You ___ Love," 1927 song
Land measure
"You ___ There," TV oldie
Hectare part
"Chances ___," Mathis hit
"We Three Kings of Orient ___"
"You ___ My Sunshine"
Plural of is
"Talkers ___ no good doers": Shak.
Quip: Part III
Unit of land measure
Is after you
Part of to be
Era reversal
"These ___ the times . . . "
"Some ___ born great": Shak.
Quip: Part II
"Here We ___," 1929 song
"All the Things You ___," 1939 song
"Children ___ People": E. Post
"People ___ Funny"
"Some ___ born great": Shak.
"Violets ___ blue"
"You ___ Love," Kern tune
"You ___ My Sunshine," 1940 song
A surface measure
Metric land measure
Verb in the Beatitudes
"Some ___ born great . . . ": Shak.
Verb often used with you
"Where the Boys ___"
Common verb
Surface measure
"You ___," 1927 hit
Have being
One hundred square meters
Swedish ski resort
Metric area measure
"Cows ___ my passion": Dickens
"Blessed ___ the meek . . . "
"You ___ Love": Kern
Helping verb
Lives
Unit of surface measurement
"All The Things You ___": 1939 Kern hit
"Where the Boys ___," 1960 film
"You ___ old, Father William . . . "
Is pluralized
Cronkite's "You ___ There"
"Happy Days ___ Here Again"
"You ___ what you eat"
Modern "art"
TV's "You ___ There": 1953–57
Hundredth of a hectare
Victoria's "We ___ not amused"
"Chances ___": Mathis hit
"Where the Boys ___," 1961 song
"Where ___ Your Children?": 1944 film
Verb form
"Diamonds ___ Forever"
Part of "to be"
"Butterflies ___ Free," 1969 play
"You __ My Sunshine"
"We __ not amused"
100 sq. meters
Where the Boys __
"Gone ___ the days . . . "
"Ye ___ the salt . . . "
"___ You Lonesome Tonight?"
Metric surface measure
See 61 Across
Metric unit of area
Verb that sounds like a letter
"Friends ___ all . . . ": G. Burgess
"People ___ Funny," of radio fame
"All men ___ created equal"
"You ___ My Lucky Star," 1935 song
"Ye ___ the salt of the earth"
Measure of area
"But where ___ the snows . . . "
Biblical weed
"These ___ the times . . . ": Paine
"We ___ the hollow men": Eliot
"Lafayette, we ___ here"
Kipling's "For All We Have and ___"
"Children ___ People": Emily Post
Milne's "Now We ___ Six"
"The Campbells ___ coming"
"Some ___ born great . . . "
Form of to be
"You ___ There," old radio program
Metrical measure
"We ___ such stuff . . . "
"We ___ one"
"We __ seven"
Have entity
"All men ___ created . . . "
"Blessed ___ the meek"
Common word
Existing
Linking verb
"All The Things You ___ "
"Who do you think you ___"
" . . . and so ___ you"
Remain fixed
Exist.
Common verb.
Metric measure.
"Now We ___ Six."
"We ___ Not Alone."
Auxiliary verb.
Continue to be.
Have being.
"Many ___ called . . . "
Opposite of 64 Across.
Have reality.
Live.
100 square meters.
Part of "to be."
French "êtes."
"Come as you ___."
Part of 94 Down.
Much-used verb.
Continue.
Remain.
Happen.
Equal in meaning.
"All the Things You ___."
Verb.
Take place.
Abide.
"Where ___ the snows . . . "
Common verb form.
Occur.
"___ we downhearted?"
Land measure in metric system.
Form of "to be."
Am, is, ___.
Tenth word of "The Star."
"How I wonder what you ___!"
Remain as before.
Note in Guido's scale.
Land measure.
100 sq. meters.
Constitute.
Second note of Guido's scale.
"We know what we ___." Hamlet.
Metric land measure.
Plot 10 meters square.
119.6 square yards.
Unit of square measure.
Hundred square meters.
Part of the verb "to be."
The plural of is.
"Why ___ you still here?"
"Who do you think you ___?"
"Who ___ you kidding?"
"Where ___ you going?"
"What ___ you saying?"
"We ___ Young" (fun. hit)
Is increased?
"There you ___"
"The hell you ___"
"My hands ___ tied"
"All bets ___ off"
Is for a few
"Come As You ___"
"Many ___ Called" (1966 Walker Evans book)
Exist
First word of "Frere Jacques" (okay, the English version)
"___ you not entertained?"
"___ you listening?"
"___ you kidding me?"
"___ you joking?"
"___ you high?"
"___ you finished?"
"___ you talking to me?"
"Dog Days ___ Over" (Florence + The Machine hit)
Is transformed?
Were of the moment?
Take up space
Son, north of the border
Play the part of
People ___ people
"___ you blind???!"
Live
"___ you blind?"
"___ we alone?"
"You ___ not alone"
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