Word "BOOTH" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
United States actor and assassin of President Lincoln (1838-1865)
Synonyms:
john wilkes booth

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
small area set off by walls for special use
Synonyms:
cubicle, kiosk, stall

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a small shop at a fair; for selling goods or entertainment

Crossword Clues for BOOTH

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Clue Source Date
Fair part New York Times 03 Jul 2022
Diner seating choice Thomas Joseph 27 Jun 2022
Diner option LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2022
Table alternative at a diner Universal 28 May 2022
Fair or market stall The Times Concise 20 Apr 2022
Connie __, star and co-writer of Fawlty Towers The Guardian Weekend 12 Feb 2022
Seating for four at a diner Newsday 12 Oct 2021
Diner seating Eugene Sheffer 13 Sep 2021
Voting compartment USA Today 12 Aug 2021
Career fair setup USA Today 15 Jun 2021
Diner seating choice USA Today 30 May 2021
Stall The Sun Two Speed 30 May 2021
Abe's assassin in cubicle The Sun Two Speed 30 May 2021
Bistro seating Newsday 20 Dec 2020
1865 assassin in cubicle The Sun Two Speed 18 May 2020
Diner seating option Family Time 04 May 2020
Expo stall Universal 03 May 2020
Diner option New York Times 19 Jun 2019
Kick hard and stall The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Jun 2019
Trade-show setup Newsday 14 Feb 2019
Diner option
Alternative to the counter at a diner New York Times 13 Nov 2018
Diner seating choice Thomas Joseph 25 Sep 2018
Diner counter alternative The Washington Post 10 Sep 2018
Diner counter alternative LA Times Daily 10 Sep 2018
Comic Con setup USA Today 04 Apr 2018
Diner seating option New York Times 02 Apr 2018
Diner counter alternative
Diner seating option
Alternative to the counter at a diner
Assassin who shouted "Sic semper tyrannis!" USA Today 29 Nov 2017
Family-friendly diner choice New York Times 14 Apr 2017
Place to vote Newsday 26 Mar 2017
Voter's enclosure USA Today 24 Mar 2017
Kiosk, e.g Premier Sunday 19 Mar 2017
Diner seating Newsday 26 Feb 2017
Stall The Telegraph Quick 06 Feb 2017
Voter's enclosure
Family-friendly diner choice
Assassin who shouted "Sic semper tyrannis!"
Cozy diner seating Newsday 08 Nov 2016
Seating arrangement in The Wellington Hotel Irish Times Crosaire 05 Oct 2016
Diner choice Thomas Joseph 01 Oct 2016
Diner seating area Universal 24 Apr 2016
There's nothing between the two where voter marks cross The Telegraph Toughie 14 Apr 2016
Diner seating choice
Voting compartment Newsday 09 Dec 2015
'Sic semper tyrannis' shouter The Washington Post 29 Nov 2015
Market stall; small shop The Times Concise 07 May 2015
Disappearing telephone location USA Today 12 Apr 2015
Station for a DJ
Disappearing telephone location
Voting compartment
Farmers' market stall, say
"Sic semper tyrannis" shouter
Diner seating
Counter alternative
Cozy diner seat
Voting site
Diner choice
Dunking place
Diner choice
Diner choice
Kissing ___
Diner seating option
Word that can follow the first word of 18-, 26-, 46-, and 60-Across
Diner option
Diner option
Fair structure
Small stall
Toll collector's enclosure
Ticket site
Bistro seating
Diner seating choice
Where Clark Kent goes when he needs a change
Cozy diner seating
Diner seating option
Trade-show setup
Voting area
40-Across' assassinator
Diner choice
Ford's Theatre assassin
Diner option
Dunking place?
Exhibition location
Voting compartment
Where Kent went for a change?
Huckster's site
Phone enclosure
Diner seating option
1865 assassin
Projecting place?
Diner seating option
1865 assassin
Ford's theater assassin
Carnival feature
Projection site
Place for a phone
Projecting place?
Word that can follow the end word of 20-, 37- and 53-Across
Kiosk
Restaurant seating
Voting site
Diner seating
Diner feature
Table alternative
Diner request
Salvation Army founder
Table alternative
Phone site
Diner request
Phone site
Place for a pay phone
Shirley of 'Hazel'
Place for a family dinner
Counter alternative
Toll collector's enclosure
Dr. Samuel Mudd allegedly abetted him
County-fair structure
Pay-phone place
Ford's Theater gunman
Telephone kiosk
Telephone location
Vendor's area
Kent's changing room
Projector's place
"Sic semper tyrannis" shouter
See 1-Across
Quiz show prop
Salvation Army founder
Shirley or Edwin
Infamous or famous stage name
John Wilkes or Shirley
William ___, Fielding character
Fair structure
Author Tarkington
Edwin or J. Wilkes
Theater name
Stall
Stall.
Theatrical name of fame.
Restaurant compartment.
Café compartment.
Enclosure.
Salvation Army man.
Compartment in a restaurant.
Compartment, as in a restaurant.
Enclosure for 40 Across.
Quiz show compartment.
Actress Shirley.
Founder of Salvation Army.
Seating compartment in a cafe.
Nineteenth-century assassin.
Recent Oscar winner.
Salvation Army founder, 1878.
One who cried: "Sic semper tyrannis."
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