Word "BOSS" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
raise in a relief
Synonyms:
emboss, stamp
Examples:
embossed stationery

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
exceptionally good
Synonyms:
brag
Examples:
a boss hand at carpentry

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a circular rounded projection or protuberance
Synonyms:
knob

Crossword Clues for BOSS

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Job honcho Premier Sunday 27 Nov 2022
Behave like Victor Hugo? The Telegraph Toughie 25 Nov 2022
Person to report to USA Today 08 Oct 2022
Significant video game foe LA Times Daily 15 Sep 2022
Employer Eugene Sheffer 02 Sep 2022
Stud manager The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Aug 2022
Supervisor USA Today 12 Aug 2022
Person in charge The Telegraph Quick 02 Aug 2022
Bigwig LA Times Daily 22 Jul 2022
Employer Eugene Sheffer 21 Jun 2022
Employer Eugene Sheffer 14 Jun 2022
Order (around) LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2022
Order (around) The Washington Post 12 Jun 2022
Big cheese Wall Street Journal 25 May 2022
End-of-level enemy in a video game Wall Street Journal 07 May 2022
'You're not the ___ of me!' USA Today 19 Apr 2022
Superior The Washington Post 15 Apr 2022
Superior LA Times Daily 15 Apr 2022
The ship's captain in charge of armada dropping off ambassador Irish Times Crosaire 08 Apr 2022
Honcho Thomas Joseph 26 Mar 2022
Office figure The Washington Post 25 Mar 2022
Office figure LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2022
Employer Eugene Sheffer 21 Mar 2022
Person who reviews reports Universal 12 Mar 2022
Paycheck signer LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2022
Paycheck signer The Washington Post 19 Feb 2022
Employer Eugene Sheffer 28 Jan 2022
Office leader Thomas Joseph 27 Jan 2022
Person in charge USA Today 20 Jan 2022
Person in charge USA Today 03 Jan 2022
The ship's captain in charge of armada dropping off ambassador Irish Times Crosaire 29 Dec 2021
Head honcho Thomas Joseph 20 Dec 2021
Person in charge Family Time 22 Nov 2021
Office head Thomas Joseph 19 Nov 2021
Characters in upcoming business obsessed with big cheese Irish Times Crosaire 01 Nov 2021
Big suit? Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2021
Head honcho Thomas Joseph 09 Oct 2021
Leader LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2021
Leader The Washington Post 26 Aug 2021
Person in charge Irish Times Simplex 04 Aug 2021
Supervisor Universal 01 Aug 2021
Leader or chief The Telegraph Quick 25 Jul 2021
Characters in upcoming business obsessed with big cheese Irish Times Crosaire 09 Jul 2021
Person in charge of a business Family Time 04 Jul 2021
Chief stud The Telegraph Toughie 22 Jun 2021
Meeting caller LA Times Daily 13 May 2021
Meeting caller The Washington Post 13 May 2021
Top dog New York Times 13 May 2021
Person to report to USA Today 26 Apr 2021
Employer Eugene Sheffer 21 Apr 2021
Black steamship carries old chief The Sun Two Speed 13 Mar 2021
Business leader The Sun Two Speed 13 Mar 2021
“Large and in charge” person Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2021
Overseer Canadiana 01 Mar 2021
Office manager Family Time 01 Feb 2021
Climactic video game opponent USA Today 21 Jan 2021
Mens clothing line Canadiana 11 Jan 2021
Captain could create stink on ship The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Jan 2021
Order (around) The Washington Post Sunday 27 Dec 2020
Person who calls the shots Universal 13 Dec 2020
Supervisor Newsday 08 Dec 2020
Overseer Jonesin 24 Nov 2020
Office shot-caller Family Time 22 Nov 2020
Worker's supervisor Newsday 10 Nov 2020
Fifth Harmony song with the lyric 'Every day is pay day' USA Today 01 Oct 2020
One in charge Newsday 24 Sep 2020
Excellent leader of people in workplace The Telegraph Toughie 16 Sep 2020
Work honcho Premier Sunday 13 Sep 2020
Circular protruberance The Guardian Speedy 06 Sep 2020
Characters in upcoming business obsessed with big cheese Irish Times Crosaire 17 Aug 2020
Woman in charge Newsday 04 Aug 2020
'Like a ___!' New York Times 30 Jul 2020
Office leader Thomas Joseph 24 Jul 2020
Person running the office Family Time 20 Jul 2020
One may give you a raise Universal 12 Jul 2020
Head honcho Thomas Joseph 09 Jul 2020
Top dog Newsday 21 Jun 2020
Office head New York Times 15 Jun 2020
Office honcho USA Today 17 May 2020
Head honcho New York Times 24 Apr 2020
Staff supervisor USA Today 19 Apr 2020
Company manager Newsday 14 Apr 2020
Leader The Telegraph Quick 02 Apr 2020
The one in charge Irish Times Simplex 30 Mar 2020
Chief duck in black ship The Sun Two Speed 28 Mar 2020
Employer (informal) The Sun Two Speed 02 Feb 2020
Supremo over in British ship The Sun Two Speed 02 Feb 2020
Head honcho Wall Street Journal 11 Dec 2019
Manager The Times Concise 04 Dec 2019
Springsteen, with 'the' USA Today 23 Nov 2019
Stud; manager The Times Concise 11 Nov 2019
*Big cheese Universal 29 Oct 2019
Supervisor LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2019
Supervisor The Washington Post 23 Oct 2019
Great, in slang LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2019
Great, in slang The Washington Post 22 Sep 2019
Check signer The Washington Post 28 Aug 2019
Check signer LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2019
Ax wielder, at times LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2019
Ax wielder, at times The Washington Post 24 Aug 2019
Throw one's weight around similarly in 12 across Irish Times Crosaire 23 Aug 2019
Some of the local stick similar to one of those in 8 across Irish Times Crosaire 16 Aug 2019
Corner office occupant Jonesin 06 Aug 2019
Mr. Burns, to Homer Simpson USA Today 27 Jul 2019
Supremo finds hole in black ship The Sun Two Speed 20 Jul 2019
Overseer The Washington Post 17 Jul 2019
Overseer LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2019
Head honcho LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2019
Head honcho The Washington Post 08 Jul 2019
Some of the local stick for the one in charge Irish Times Crosaire 19 Jun 2019
Big cheese Universal 08 May 2019
Supremo finds love in British ship The Sun Two Speed 21 Apr 2019
Top dog at work Family Time 31 Mar 2019
Mr. Burns, to Homer USA Today 04 Feb 2019
Leader, stud The Telegraph Quick 05 Jan 2019
Ax wielder, at times
Overseer
Supervisor
Mr. Burns, to Homer Simpson
Head honcho
Check signer
Great, in slang
Mr. Burns, to Homer
Head honcho
*Big cheese
Big cheese
Order (around) The Washington Post 25 Dec 2018
Order (around) LA Times Daily 25 Dec 2018
Office orderer Universal 24 Dec 2018
Superintendent Universal 22 Dec 2018
Office VIP Universal 17 Dec 2018
Corner-office occupant, often The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Nov 2018
Person managing stud The Sun Two Speed 13 Nov 2018
Honcho Thomas Joseph 24 Sep 2018
Leader; stud The Telegraph Quick 14 Sep 2018
Person in charge Family Time 12 Aug 2018
Head of the firm Universal 07 Aug 2018
Cool, colloquially New York Times 16 Jun 2018
Order (around) New York Times 20 May 2018
Company head LA Times Daily 14 May 2018
Company head The Washington Post 14 May 2018
Office leader Family Time 13 May 2018
Interviewer, often USA Today 09 May 2018
Manager; stud The Times Concise 08 May 2018
Office bigwig USA Today 05 May 2018
Director New York Times 15 Mar 2018
Big cheese LA Times Daily 27 Feb 2018
Big cheese The Washington Post 27 Feb 2018
Hirer, to a hiree USA Today 09 Feb 2018
Chief The Telegraph Quick 11 Jan 2018
Interviewer, often
Order (around)
One signing the checks
Company head
Big cheese
Corner-office occupant, often
Cool, colloquially
Director
Order (around)
One signing the checks The Washington Post 01 Jan 2018
Head of the firm
Office VIP
Office orderer
Superintendent
One signing the checks LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2018
Person in charge
Office bigwig
Hirer, to a hiree
C-cry over bully The Telegraph Toughie 20 Dec 2017
Superior blouses, evenly cut The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Dec 2017
Office bigwig Thomas Joseph 15 Dec 2017
Business bigwig Wall Street Journal 28 Nov 2017
Gaffer The Telegraph Quick 08 Nov 2017
Person in charge of an office Family Time 09 Oct 2017
Employer Universal 11 Sep 2017
Business figure The Washington Post Sunday 10 Sep 2017
Person in charge at work Universal 27 Aug 2017
Big enchilada New York Times 15 Aug 2017
Higher-up New York Times 13 Jul 2017
Overseer Newsday 01 Jun 2017
Cry over last arguments with bully Irish Times Crosaire 15 May 2017
Company leader LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2017
Company leader The Washington Post 20 Apr 2017
On retirement, cry with son and employer The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Feb 2017
Employer The Telegraph Quick 05 Feb 2017
Dithers, to Bumstead USA Today 27 Jan 2017
Company leader
Employer
Person in charge at work
Office head
Big enchilada
Higher-up
Order LA Times Daily 18 Dec 2016
Person in charge at work Family Time 06 Nov 2016
Greet upwardly mobile southern person in charge The Times Cryptic 14 Sep 2016
Honcho Wall Street Journal 03 Sep 2016
Person in charge, at work Family Time 08 Aug 2016
The ___ (Springsteen) USA Today 01 Jul 2016
Office monitor New York Times 01 Jul 2016
In charge Newsday 26 Jun 2016
Governor of German city changed direction twice? The Guardian Cryptic 03 May 2016
Office V.I.P New York Times 19 Apr 2016
Control knob The Times Cryptic 08 Apr 2016
Stud; employer The Telegraph Quick 21 Mar 2016
Mr. Spacely, to George Jetson The Washington Post 05 Mar 2016
Stud manager The Sun Two Speed 01 Feb 2016
Employer The Sun Two Speed 01 Feb 2016
The ___ (Springsteen)
Order
Office monitor
Office manager USA Today 25 Dec 2015
Order giver LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2015
Top suit Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2015
Workplace honcho Universal 02 Dec 2015
Person calling the shots The Washington Post 10 Nov 2015
Company head Newsday 09 Nov 2015
Runs the business with casings for bottled glass Irish Times Crosaire 07 Nov 2015
Give orders to leaders in band of savages, say The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Nov 2015
Big cheese Newsday 29 Oct 2015
Control knob The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Oct 2015
Head for business? Universal 25 Oct 2015
One you answer to USA Today 17 Oct 2015
Head for business? Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2015
Manager Newsday 04 Aug 2015
Big cheese at work Universal 02 Jul 2015
Be on safe side of leaders with top dog Irish Times Crosaire 16 Jun 2015
Give orders to USA Today 30 May 2015
Person in charge Newsday 13 May 2015
Employer; stud The Telegraph Quick 04 May 2015
Domineer The Telegraph Quick 28 Apr 2015
Office bigwig Universal 24 Mar 2015
Control knob The Telegraph Toughie 05 Feb 2015
Person in charge Universal 23 Jan 2015
Hirer/firer New York Times 18 Jan 2015
Top suit
Head for business?
One you answer to
Give orders to
Honcho
Michael Scott, e.g.
Person in charge
One in charge
Manager
Company head
Big cheese
Workplace honcho
Person in charge
Office bigwig
Head for business?
Big cheese at work
Office manager
Order giver
Overlord
Person calling the shots
Mob nabob
Hirer/firer
John Gotti, for one
Person in charge
Firm cheese
One in authority
Big enchilada
Worker's supervisor
Mr. Slate, to Fred Flintstone
Top banana at the office
Big cheese
Big cheese
Give orders to
Higher-up at work
Party honcho
"Undercover ___" (CBS reality show)
Big kahuna
Head of the company
Head
Kelsey Grammer series
Head of an office
One who's in charge
Swell
Head honcho
Michael Scott or Mr. Slate
"Meet the new ___ ..."
Order (around)
Taskmaster
Word with "straw" or "trail"
Top dog
Superior at work
Head
Corner-office occupant
Decision-maker
One giving orders
Top honcho
Supervisor
Corner office occupant, often
Person with the biggest office
Top dog
Terrific, in slang
Superior at work
Head
Corner-office occupant
Leader
Big kahuna
Springsteen's nickname (with "the")
One in charge
Direct
Honcho
Honcho
Direct
Order (around)
___ Hogg
Robert California, on "The Office," e.g.
Tweed's designation
Leader
One in charge
Head honcho
Supervisor
Top banana
Chief
Chief
Big kahuna
Head honcho
Springsteen sobriquet
Corner office occupant, often
Rad
Honcho
One calling the shots
Corner office occupant
One reported to
Designer Hugo
Hugo huge in fashion
Hiring/firing type
Person with the biggest office
One reported to
Springsteen's nickname
Shots caller
One with fire power?
Mr. Dithers, to Dagwood
Guy with the corner office, probably
Springsteen sobriquet
One with fire power?
Hiring and firing one
Company commander
Honcho
Imposing cubicle visitor
Big cheese
Supervisor
Head honcho
___ Tweed (corrupt politician about whom The New York Times published a series of exposés in the 1870s)
Head honcho
Person in the corner office, often
Bruce Springsteen's nickname, with "The"
One with fire power?
Big cheese
Head honcho
Chief
Big enchilada
Person with the biggest office, probably
Paycheck signer
Head honcho
Handle for Springsteen (with "the")
Foreman
Big cheese
Top dog
Bruce Springsteen's nickname
Order (around)
Head of the company
First-rate
You answer to him or her
Tammany's Tweed
One you answer to
Phat
One with at least one below?
Head of the company
Springsteen's nickname, with "the"
"The man"
Big kahuna
Kingpin
"Who's the ___?"
Big guy
Big cheese
Order giver
Give orders to
Paycheck signer, typically
Person with the biggest office, probably
Head honcho
Top dog at work
Head honcho
Shots caller
Springsteen's nickname, with "the"
Honcho
Word with straw or big
Mr. Big
One in authority
Head of the business
Jack Benny, to Rochester
Nickname for Steinbrenner
One seeking results
Big cheese
Padrone
Bruce Springsteen, with "the"
First-rate, in slang
Bruce Springsteen's nickname, with "the"
Super, slangily
Big kahuna
Big cheese
Nickname for Springsteen
Foreman
Overseer
Powerful pol
Terrific, in '60s slang
Person telling you what to do
Springsteen's moniker
Taskmaster
Decision maker
Padrone
Handle for Springsteen, with "the"
Steinbrenner or Springsteen
Head
Bruce Springsteen's nickname, with "The"
Decision maker
Springsteen, to fans
Supervisor
Staff head
Work over?
Cool, once
Exercise clout with
Honcho
Spacely, to Jetson
Springsteen moniker, with The
Big cheese
Dithers, to Bumstead
Manage
Jack Benny, to Rochester
Superior at work
Any guard, to Cool Hand Luke
Designer Hugo
Swell, '60s-style
Order around
Chief
Company commander
One reported to
Give orders to
Push (around)
Word following straw or trail
Bruce Springsteen, with "The"
Superior at work
Office bigwig
Dithers, to Bumstead
Springsteen sobriquet
Orders giver
Push (around)
Office manager
Head of the firm
Springsteen sobriquet
Chief
Anagram of 71-Down
"The _____" (Springsteen)
_____ Tweed
Political V.I.P.
Supervisor
Taskmaster
Bruce Springsteens' nickname
Political or straw
Oversee
____ Tweed
Tweed, for one
Springsteen, with "The"
Firm head
Tweed for one
Tweed, for one
Office chief
Commander
Top man
Kind of straw or big
Office honcho
Give orders
Office biggie
Decorative knob
Political controller
Order about
Knob or stud
Springsteen sobriquet
The ___ (Springsteen)
Employer
Foreman
Raised ornamentation
Order around
Tweed was one
Springsteen's sobriquet
Knob on a shield
Ornament
Office bigwig
Top honcho
Architectural ornament
Dithers or Tweed
"The ___," Diana Ross hit
Office V.I.P.
Tweed, e.g.
Top exec
The "old man"
Domineer
Office personage
Act officiously
Head man
Mr. Dithers, to Dagwood
Run the show
Straw ___
Top man
Job V.I.P.
Supervise
Tweed
Superior
Give orders.
Party man
Office VIP.
Tweed, for one.
Head man.
Office bigwig.
Direct: Colloq.
Projecting knob.
Foreman: Colloq.
Knob on a shield.
Decorate with knobs.
Stud.
Tweed, for example.
Political dictator.
Office chief.
Dithers to Dagwood.
Mr. Dithers, for instance.
Knob.
Political party sachem.
Political party manipulator.
Chief: Colloq.
A name for a cow.
Political machine man.
Hirer and firer.
Political kingpin.
Mr. Tweed, for instance.
Chief.
U. S. name for a cow.
Foreman.
Fire man?
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