Word "END" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a piece of cloth that is left over after the rest has been used or sold
Synonyms:
oddment, remainder, remnant

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
bring to an end or halt
Synonyms:
terminate
Examples:
She ended their friendship when she found out that he had once been convicted of a crime

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
be the end of; be the last or concluding part of
Synonyms:
terminate
Examples:
This sad scene ended the movie

Crossword Clues for END

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Goal Thomas Joseph 26 Nov 2022
Wrap up Thomas Joseph 25 Nov 2022
Finish The Telegraph Quick 24 Nov 2022
Terminate The Telegraph Quick 23 Nov 2022
Goal Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2022
Finish USA Today 12 Nov 2022
Means to an ___ USA Today 11 Nov 2022
Finale Universal 10 Nov 2022
Break off New York Times 08 Nov 2022
Cut off Thomas Joseph 02 Nov 2022
Conclude USA Today 02 Nov 2022
Come to a close New York Times 31 Oct 2022
Conclusion The Telegraph Quick 25 Oct 2022
Conclude USA Today 25 Oct 2022
To the ___ of time Universal 23 Oct 2022
Destination New York Times 21 Oct 2022
Finish LA Times Daily 20 Oct 2022
Finish USA Today 17 Oct 2022
Cancel Family Time 17 Oct 2022
Word after "rear" or "tight" Family Time 16 Oct 2022
Last part USA Today 13 Oct 2022
Conclude Eugene Sheffer 07 Oct 2022
Terminus LA Times Daily 06 Oct 2022
Break off Thomas Joseph 04 Oct 2022
Cancel, as a subscription Universal 03 Oct 2022
Last part Thomas Joseph 29 Sep 2022
Area behind the stumps, in cricket Wall Street Journal 29 Sep 2022
Wrap up Universal 28 Sep 2022
Close Thomas Joseph 28 Sep 2022
Drop the curtain Family Time 26 Sep 2022
Final part Thomas Joseph 26 Sep 2022
Period in curling New York Times 25 Sep 2022
Final chapter, say Universal 25 Sep 2022
Conclusion USA Today 23 Sep 2022
Wind up New York Times 23 Sep 2022
Finale The Telegraph Quick 22 Sep 2022
Finale USA Today 13 Sep 2022
It's over here New York Times 11 Sep 2022
Come to a close USA Today 10 Sep 2022
Break off Wall Street Journal 08 Sep 2022
Terminate LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2022
Finish Thomas Joseph 05 Sep 2022
Finish New York Times 05 Sep 2022
Tip The Times Concise 04 Sep 2022
Finale Eugene Sheffer 03 Sep 2022
Front or back New York Times 01 Sep 2022
Goal Wall Street Journal 01 Sep 2022
Last part Thomas Joseph 01 Sep 2022
Finish The Telegraph Quick 30 Aug 2022
Grand finale Family Time 29 Aug 2022
Conclude Thomas Joseph 26 Aug 2022
Put the kibosh on New York Times 25 Aug 2022
Put a stop to LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2022
Finish The Telegraph Quick 22 Aug 2022
Put a stop to Premier Sunday 21 Aug 2022
Termination Universal 18 Aug 2022
Objective; finish The Telegraph Quick 17 Aug 2022
Means to an ___ USA Today 16 Aug 2022
Finale Universal 16 Aug 2022
Break off LA Times Daily 12 Aug 2022
Conclusion USA Today 09 Aug 2022
See 15 The Guardian Weekend 06 Aug 2022
Conclusion Eugene Sheffer 04 Aug 2022
Put a stop to Thomas Joseph 03 Aug 2022
Objective Wall Street Journal 03 Aug 2022
"Rear" or "dead" follower Universal 02 Aug 2022
See 51-Down LA Times Daily 01 Aug 2022
Finale Eugene Sheffer 25 Jul 2022
Word after "tight" or "bitter" Universal 24 Jul 2022
Conclude Thomas Joseph 20 Jul 2022
Close Thomas Joseph 19 Jul 2022
Z's spot, alphabetically Universal 17 Jul 2022
Finale USA Today 16 Jul 2022
Conclude Thomas Joseph 11 Jul 2022
Finish Universal 05 Jul 2022
"I'm at my wits' ___!" Universal 02 Jul 2022
Heel, e.g New York Times 25 Jun 2022
Conclusion The Telegraph Quick 24 Jun 2022
Come to a close LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2022
Bitter ___ New York Times 21 Jun 2022
Halt Premier Sunday 19 Jun 2022
Outcome Newsday 18 Jun 2022
Finale Thomas Joseph 16 Jun 2022
Finish The Telegraph Quick 15 Jun 2022
Conclusion Thomas Joseph 14 Jun 2022
Stop Thomas Joseph 13 Jun 2022
The 30th, for June Universal 10 Jun 2022
Words after living or dead Wall Street Journal 09 Jun 2022
Put the kibosh on Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2022
Finish The Washington Post 07 Jun 2022
Finish LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2022
Conclude Newsday 06 Jun 2022
Final part Thomas Joseph 03 Jun 2022
Author Blyton? Not one to finish The Times Cryptic 31 May 2022
Finish Thomas Joseph 24 May 2022
Conclude Eugene Sheffer 24 May 2022
Finale Universal 23 May 2022
Conclude The Times Concise 22 May 2022
Finale Premier Sunday 22 May 2022
Conclusion, finale Irish Times Simplex 19 May 2022
Stamp out Wall Street Journal 17 May 2022
Bring to a definite conclusion Family Time 16 May 2022
Finale LA Times Daily 11 May 2022
Finale The Washington Post 11 May 2022
Shut down Universal 10 May 2022
Pull the plug on LA Times Daily 06 May 2022
Bring to a close Irish Times Simplex 06 May 2022
Pull the plug on The Washington Post 06 May 2022
Nothing odd in Kennedy’s demise The Times Cryptic 05 May 2022
Finish Universal 03 May 2022
Bring to a close Newsday 03 May 2022
Finish USA Today 02 May 2022
Outro's place, in a song The Washington Post Sunday 01 May 2022
Conclusion LA Times Daily 01 May 2022
Conclusion The Washington Post 01 May 2022
Break off Thomas Joseph 30 Apr 2022
Stamp out Newsday 24 Apr 2022
Climax The Telegraph Quick 24 Apr 2022
Wrap The Washington Post 23 Apr 2022
Wrap LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2022
G, for one U.S. state's name Universal 18 Apr 2022
Wrap up, as a production Family Time 18 Apr 2022
It might be bitter LA Times Daily 16 Apr 2022
It might be bitter The Washington Post 16 Apr 2022
See 56-Across Universal 16 Apr 2022
Close Thomas Joseph 12 Apr 2022
Finale The Times Concise 11 Apr 2022
Close Wall Street Journal 09 Apr 2022
__ game Newsday 09 Apr 2022
Finale Thomas Joseph 05 Apr 2022
Demise The Guardian Quick 31 Mar 2022
Cut off Thomas Joseph 30 Mar 2022
Finale New York Times 28 Mar 2022
'The ___ of Our Road' (Gladys Knight & the Pips song) USA Today 27 Feb 2022
Until the ___ of time USA Today 26 Feb 2022
Give up on Newsday 25 Feb 2022
Conclusion Universal 24 Feb 2022
One who may go deep LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2022
One who may go deep The Washington Post 18 Feb 2022
Conclusion Eugene Sheffer 17 Feb 2022
Call a halt to USA Today 16 Feb 2022
Call off Family Time 14 Feb 2022
Say, "I'm done now" Family Time 13 Feb 2022
Newsman set about new objective The Times Cryptic 09 Feb 2022
Shut down Newsday 05 Feb 2022
Objective Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2022
Finale USA Today 01 Feb 2022
Appropriate location for this answer The Washington Post Sunday 30 Jan 2022
Conclusion USA Today 29 Jan 2022
Finish line's place Family Time 24 Jan 2022
Omega’s place New York Times 23 Jan 2022
Finale Family Time 23 Jan 2022
Come to a close USA Today 23 Jan 2022
Hindmost Newsday 22 Jan 2022
Last part USA Today 21 Jan 2022
Wrap up Thomas Joseph 21 Jan 2022
Conclude Thomas Joseph 11 Jan 2022
No ___ in sight The Washington Post Sunday 09 Jan 2022
Purpose New York Times 07 Jan 2022
Conclude Wall Street Journal 03 Jan 2022
Conclusion Premier Sunday 02 Jan 2022
Wrap things up USA Today 29 Dec 2021
Apt word for this slot Universal 28 Dec 2021
Objective Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2021
Stop Wall Street Journal 22 Dec 2021
Finish LA Times Daily 21 Dec 2021
Finale The Telegraph Quick 21 Dec 2021
Culmination USA Today 18 Dec 2021
Conclude Thomas Joseph 18 Dec 2021
Finish The Telegraph Quick 14 Dec 2021
Finale Eugene Sheffer 13 Dec 2021
Finish Thomas Joseph 13 Dec 2021
Finish up USA Today 13 Dec 2021
Conclude Thomas Joseph 08 Dec 2021
5 p.m., say, for a workday Universal 02 Dec 2021
Appropriate answer to this clue Wall Street Journal 01 Dec 2021
Cease USA Today 29 Nov 2021
'The ___ is nigh' The Washington Post Sunday 28 Nov 2021
Extremity Wall Street Journal 27 Nov 2021
Conclude Universal 23 Nov 2021
Short ___ of the stick The Washington Post Sunday 21 Nov 2021
Stop Thomas Joseph 16 Nov 2021
If you're at this, you can say "I'm done" Family Time 15 Nov 2021
Stopping point USA Today 14 Nov 2021
Tell someone to drop the curtain Family Time 14 Nov 2021
Finale Universal 11 Nov 2021
Tight __: football position LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2021
Finale Eugene Sheffer 10 Nov 2021
Finish Thomas Joseph 09 Nov 2021
Cancel abruptly Family Time 08 Nov 2021
Last part Universal 07 Nov 2021
Call off Family Time 07 Nov 2021
Be-all and ___-all (essential element) USA Today 06 Nov 2021
Graduation, for college Universal 06 Nov 2021
Finish Thomas Joseph 03 Nov 2021
Finish The Telegraph Quick 02 Nov 2021
Purpose shown by predecessors of foe The Guardian Cryptic 28 Oct 2021
Be over New York Times 28 Oct 2021
Finish Thomas Joseph 28 Oct 2021
Last word of a fairy tale, often USA Today 24 Oct 2021
Word before "point," "line" or "zone" Universal 20 Oct 2021
Denouement New York Times 17 Oct 2021
Put the kibosh on Universal 17 Oct 2021
Like-it-or-loathe-it bread piece New York Times 13 Oct 2021
''That's it for now'' time Family Time 11 Oct 2021
When the clock hits zero The Washington Post Sunday 10 Oct 2021
Come to a close Universal 09 Oct 2021
Finale USA Today 09 Oct 2021
Finish Wall Street Journal 04 Oct 2021
Finish up USA Today 02 Oct 2021
Finale Newsday 28 Sep 2021
Finale Thomas Joseph 27 Sep 2021
Conclusion USA Today 23 Sep 2021
Conclusion Thomas Joseph 21 Sep 2021
Finish Universal 19 Sep 2021
Finale Eugene Sheffer 16 Sep 2021
No ___ in sight Universal 16 Sep 2021
Conclusion The Telegraph Quick 16 Sep 2021
Close New York Times 09 Sep 2021
Finale USA Today 09 Sep 2021
Wrap up USA Today 05 Sep 2021
Get shut of what's twisted in mixed nerve Irish Times Crosaire 04 Sep 2021
Word after "deep" or "defensive" Universal 01 Sep 2021
Cease USA Today 31 Aug 2021
Final word, after ''The'' Family Time 30 Aug 2021
Finale Thomas Joseph 30 Aug 2021
Finish USA Today 29 Aug 2021
Conclude The Telegraph Quick 28 Aug 2021
Conclude Eugene Sheffer 28 Aug 2021
Terminate Universal 28 Aug 2021
Conclusion Newsday 24 Aug 2021
Conclude Thomas Joseph 20 Aug 2021
Shut down USA Today 19 Aug 2021
Finish Thomas Joseph 17 Aug 2021
Call a halt to Premier Sunday 15 Aug 2021
Terminus LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2021
Terminus The Washington Post 15 Aug 2021
Stop; goal The Telegraph Quick 13 Aug 2021
Complete Thomas Joseph 10 Aug 2021
Wrap up LA Times Daily 09 Aug 2021
Wrap up The Washington Post 09 Aug 2021
Finish USA Today 09 Aug 2021
Conclusion The Telegraph Quick 05 Aug 2021
Call off Family Time 02 Aug 2021
Deep __: diving area The Washington Post 02 Aug 2021
Word before "table" or "zone" Universal 02 Aug 2021
Deep __: diving area LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2021
Bring to a successful conclusion Family Time 01 Aug 2021
Wrap up Thomas Joseph 30 Jul 2021
Finish The Times Concise 29 Jul 2021
Stopping point Newsday 29 Jul 2021
Finale Thomas Joseph 29 Jul 2021
Close Wall Street Journal 27 Jul 2021
Come to a halt Newsday 27 Jul 2021
When a song fades out The Washington Post Sunday 25 Jul 2021
Q, for one country name Universal 20 Jul 2021
Conclusion Universal 17 Jul 2021
Conclude Thomas Joseph 16 Jul 2021
Remnant Newsday 15 Jul 2021
See 61-Across New York Times 14 Jul 2021
Come to a close USA Today 14 Jul 2021
Finish Thomas Joseph 13 Jul 2021
Rear The Telegraph Quick 03 Jul 2021
Conclude LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2021
Conclude The Washington Post 01 Jul 2021
Final stage Newsday 30 Jun 2021
Bring to a conclusion Wall Street Journal 21 Jun 2021
With 102 Down, finish with the score even The Washington Post Sunday 13 Jun 2021
Word after business or bitter New York Times 09 Jun 2021
Ultimate bit Newsday 05 Jun 2021
Conclude USA Today 04 Jun 2021
One might be split or bitter Universal 04 Jun 2021
Conclusion Eugene Sheffer 03 Jun 2021
Complete Thomas Joseph 03 Jun 2021
Come to a close Universal 26 May 2021
Butt New York Times 02 May 2021
Redundant word before 'result' New York Times 30 Apr 2021
Most remote point Newsday 16 Apr 2021
Wrap up New York Times 13 Apr 2021
Final word, after "The" Family Time 11 Apr 2021
Point B, usually The Washington Post 10 Apr 2021
Point B, usually LA Times Daily 10 Apr 2021
Somewhat horrendous finale The Sun Two Speed 08 Apr 2021
Wrap things up Newsday 31 Mar 2021
Caboose location Family Time 28 Mar 2021
'It's not the ___ of the world' USA Today 25 Mar 2021
Conclude Premier Sunday 21 Mar 2021
Inapt answer for 1-Across Universal 17 Mar 2021
Pierre's "fin," to Peter LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2021
Put a stop to Wall Street Journal 17 Mar 2021
Pierre's 'fin,' to Peter The Washington Post 17 Mar 2021
Conclude New York Times 15 Mar 2021
Call a halt to Universal 10 Mar 2021
Call off Family Time 08 Mar 2021
Redundant follower of "tail" Universal 28 Feb 2021
Shallow ___ USA Today 25 Feb 2021
Last part New York Times 23 Feb 2021
Conclusion The Washington Post Sunday 14 Feb 2021
Come to a close USA Today 12 Feb 2021
London setting of "Call the Midwife" ("East") Universal 09 Feb 2021
"Happily ever after," for many a fairy tale Universal 08 Feb 2021
Last of all Newsday 31 Jan 2021
Wrap up or conclude Family Time 17 Jan 2021
Stendhal's conclusion The Sun Two Speed 17 Jan 2021
Appropriate answer for this spot in the puzzle New York Times 14 Jan 2021
Call off Universal 07 Jan 2021
+ or -, for a battery New York Times 18 Dec 2020
Sever Premier Sunday 13 Dec 2020
Grind to a halt Jonesin 08 Dec 2020
Cease New York Times 30 Nov 2020
Get done with The Washington Post 26 Nov 2020
Get done with LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2020
December 31, for 2020 Universal 24 Nov 2020
High-__: upscale LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2020
High-__: upscale The Washington Post 21 Nov 2020
Cease USA Today 21 Nov 2020
Swan song New York Times 14 Nov 2020
Tunnel terminus Newsday 12 Nov 2020
Finale Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2020
Terminus Newsday 25 Oct 2020
Purpose Premier Sunday 18 Oct 2020
Terminate Wall Street Journal 17 Oct 2020
Z, for the alphabet Universal 14 Oct 2020
Period, with 'the' New York Times 09 Oct 2020
Butt The Telegraph Quick 01 Oct 2020
Rump New York Times 25 Sep 2020
Death in Green Dragon The Sun Two Speed 24 Sep 2020
Tight or loose follower Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2020
Bring to a close Newsday 01 Sep 2020
Word after tight or rear Jonesin 18 Aug 2020
Last part Universal 17 Aug 2020
Jim Morrison song, with 'The' Jonesin 11 Aug 2020
Conclusion Canadiana 10 Aug 2020
See 76 Down The Washington Post Sunday 09 Aug 2020
Last word, say The Washington Post 09 Aug 2020
Last word, say LA Times Daily 09 Aug 2020
Object Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2020
Terminus New York Times 06 Aug 2020
Finish up Family Time 03 Aug 2020
Close what's caught up in mixed nerve Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jul 2020
Somewhat fiendish purpose The Sun Two Speed 24 Jul 2020
**Last word in many books (... 1 to 2) Universal 24 Jul 2020
Denouement Wall Street Journal 11 Jul 2020
Where to get in line Family Time 05 Jul 2020
Last word of many books Family Time 28 Jun 2020
Finish line Newsday 24 Jun 2020
Goal New York Times 24 Jun 2020
Target of some football passes New York Times 23 Jun 2020
"THIS ___ UP" Family Time 21 Jun 2020
Terminate The Sun Two Speed 21 Jun 2020
Somewhat tremendous goal The Sun Two Speed 21 Jun 2020
Aim; stop The Telegraph Quick 19 Jun 2020
Cut off Wall Street Journal 11 Jun 2020
Termination Thomas Joseph 10 Jun 2020
Phase out Newsday 10 Jun 2020
Terminate USA Today 06 Jun 2020
Finish Canadiana 01 Jun 2020
Word after "loose" or "tight" Universal 27 May 2020
Call off The Washington Post 25 May 2020
Call off LA Times Daily 25 May 2020
Deep ___ (pool area) Universal 22 May 2020
Finale USA Today 21 May 2020
Conclude Thomas Joseph 20 May 2020
Bring to a halt Wall Street Journal 18 May 2020
Expire Premier Sunday 17 May 2020
Cease The Telegraph Quick 14 May 2020
Bring to a halt USA Today 13 May 2020
Finish Thomas Joseph 12 May 2020
Conclude Family Time 11 May 2020
Story's last word Family Time 10 May 2020
Wind down Universal 08 May 2020
Squelch New York Times 07 May 2020
Terminus Universal 07 May 2020
Finish The Telegraph Quick 05 May 2020
Bring to a close New York Times 05 May 2020
Denouement New York Times 04 May 2020
Stop Thomas Joseph 29 Apr 2020
Pull the plug on USA Today 26 Apr 2020
Wrap up Wall Street Journal 25 Apr 2020
Put the kibosh on Universal 22 Apr 2020
Put the kibosh on Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2020
Coincidentally and aptly, it was also yesterday's last Down answer The Washington Post 21 Apr 2020
Coincidentally and aptly, it was also yesterday's last Down answer LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2020
Come to a close The Washington Post 20 Apr 2020
Come to a close LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2020
Finish The Washington Post 19 Apr 2020
Finish LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2020
Conclude Newsday 08 Apr 2020
Close The Washington Post 08 Apr 2020
Close LA Times Daily 08 Apr 2020
Wrap up USA Today 01 Apr 2020
"This ___ up" Family Time 29 Mar 2020
Terminus Thomas Joseph 27 Mar 2020
Finale Newsday 25 Mar 2020
Last word, at times Family Time 23 Mar 2020
Apt answer for this puzzle location The Washington Post 19 Mar 2020
Apt answer for this puzzle location LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2020
Close The Telegraph Quick 19 Mar 2020
Wind up LA Times Daily 16 Mar 2020
Wind up The Washington Post 16 Mar 2020
Call a halt to Newsday 09 Mar 2020
Call a halt to Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2020
Objective Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2020
Finish up USA Today 03 Mar 2020
High-___ (upscale) The Washington Post Sunday 01 Mar 2020
Put a stop to presidents ignoring priests Irish Times Crosaire 29 Feb 2020
Wrap up LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2020
Wrap up The Washington Post 28 Feb 2020
'___ of discussion!' The Washington Post Sunday 16 Feb 2020
Purpose Thomas Joseph 08 Feb 2020
Bring to a finale Family Time 03 Feb 2020
Cease
Call off
Word after 'loose' or 'tight' USA Today 19 Jan 2020
The last part Family Time 13 Jan 2020
Word with "business" or "bitter" Universal 29 Dec 2019
Boundary LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2019
Boundary The Washington Post 26 Dec 2019
Bring to a close Family Time 22 Dec 2019
Termination The Washington Post Sunday 22 Dec 2019
Final part USA Today 19 Dec 2019
Derrière New York Times 15 Dec 2019
Derrière
Event studied in eschatology, with 'the' New York Times 13 Dec 2019
Event studied in eschatology, with "the"
Goal Wall Street Journal 12 Dec 2019
Come to a conclusion Universal 12 Dec 2019
Stopping point New York Times 08 Dec 2019
Discontinue The Washington Post Sunday 08 Dec 2019
Stopping point
Tail __ Newsday 07 Dec 2019
Resolution Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2019
Purpose; finish The Telegraph Quick 04 Dec 2019
Break off Thomas Joseph 29 Nov 2019
Fade out Newsday 29 Nov 2019
Terminate LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2019
Terminate The Washington Post 26 Nov 2019
Circle's lack Universal 25 Nov 2019
Finish Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2019
Share of a task Newsday 23 Nov 2019
___ on a high note USA Today 23 Nov 2019
Purpose The Washington Post 21 Nov 2019
Purpose LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2019
Put the kibosh on USA Today 19 Nov 2019
Abolish Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2019
Somewhat horrendous death The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Nov 2019
Outcome Newsday 16 Nov 2019
Conclusion, finale Irish Times Simplex 13 Nov 2019
Terminate Canadiana 11 Nov 2019
Finale Eugene Sheffer 07 Nov 2019
Last word of many books Universal 07 Nov 2019
Put a stop to Thomas Joseph 05 Nov 2019
Extremity The Washington Post 03 Nov 2019
Extremity LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2019
Conclusion The Washington Post 28 Oct 2019
Conclusion LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2019
Finale Universal 07 Oct 2019
Wind down Newsday 15 Sep 2019
Wind up Newsday 13 Sep 2019
Last part Thomas Joseph 12 Sep 2019
Finish Universal 06 Sep 2019
Finish Newsday 06 Sep 2019
Bring to a close Irish Times Simplex 03 Sep 2019
With 72-Across, evasive strategy ... and a hint to the last several letters of the four longest Across answers The Washington Post 03 Sep 2019
With 72-Across, evasive strategy ... and a hint to the last several letters of the four longest Across answers LA Times Daily 03 Sep 2019
Wind up USA Today 28 Aug 2019
Epilogue's place The Washington Post Sunday 25 Aug 2019
Where a tunnel opens New York Times 04 Aug 2019
Conclusion Thomas Joseph 23 Jul 2019
Either extreme of a line Family Time 14 Jul 2019
Conclusion Universal 13 Jul 2019
Word after bitter or dead USA Today 09 Jul 2019
Bring to an ___ Family Time 07 Jul 2019
Football lineman The Washington Post 02 Jul 2019
Football lineman LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2019
Not continue Universal 01 Jul 2019
Cut off Thomas Joseph 26 Jun 2019
The butt, for instance, in the Golden Delicious Irish Times Crosaire 22 Jun 2019
'Tight' or 'split' player USA Today 16 Jun 2019
Apt last answer Universal 12 Jun 2019
Infinity doesn't have one Universal 04 Jun 2019
Break off Wall Street Journal 22 May 2019
Rob Gronkowski's position USA Today 22 May 2019
Conclusion New York Times 20 May 2019
"The ___" (movie finale) Family Time 19 May 2019
Cessation Newsday 19 May 2019
Conclusion The Sun Two Speed 12 May 2019
Put the kibosh on LA Times Daily 12 May 2019
Put the kibosh on The Washington Post 12 May 2019
Some comprehending downfall The Sun Two Speed 12 May 2019
It may be bitter Universal 11 May 2019
Wrap up Universal 09 May 2019
Famous last word Universal 08 May 2019
Close border? The Telegraph Toughie 08 May 2019
Crusty bread slice USA Today 05 May 2019
Burnt barbecue bit Universal 02 May 2019
Book's last word, often Universal 30 Apr 2019
Dec. 31, to a year USA Today 26 Apr 2019
Finish New York Times 24 Apr 2019
Come to a close Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2019
Finale The Telegraph Quick 18 Apr 2019
Finish line Universal 16 Apr 2019
Conclude Eugene Sheffer 16 Apr 2019
Conclusion The Times Concise 14 Apr 2019
Conclusion Newsday 08 Apr 2019
Pi doesn't have one Universal 06 Apr 2019
Phase out USA Today 03 Apr 2019
Wrap up Thomas Joseph 19 Mar 2019
Time for the credits The Washington Post Sunday 17 Mar 2019
Hindmost Newsday 15 Mar 2019
Omega, alphabetically The Washington Post Sunday 10 Mar 2019
Conclude The Times Concise 10 Mar 2019
Terminate Thomas Joseph 06 Mar 2019
Finis Canadiana 04 Mar 2019
Squelch The New Yorker 04 Mar 2019
The ___ (movie finale) Family Time 24 Feb 2019
Player close to a linebacker New York Times 19 Feb 2019
Conclusion The Telegraph Quick 15 Feb 2019
Inning : baseball :: ___ : curling New York Times 12 Feb 2019
This puzzle's last entry, fittingly USA Today 11 Feb 2019
See 28-Down The Washington Post 06 Feb 2019
See 28-Down LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2019
Aim or goal The Telegraph Quick 05 Feb 2019
Conclude LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2019
Conclude The Washington Post 05 Feb 2019
Call off Wall Street Journal 05 Feb 2019
Close out USA Today 03 Feb 2019
Close Thomas Joseph 02 Feb 2019
Expire New York Times 31 Jan 2019
Wrap up Newsday 20 Jan 2019
Eternity doesn't have one USA Today 18 Jan 2019
Offensive or defensive gridder USA Today 17 Jan 2019
See 36-Down Universal 13 Jan 2019
It may be bitter
Finish
Word after living or dead
Come to a close
"Tight" or "split" player
Apt last answer
Eternity doesn't have one
Rob Gronkowski's position
Crusty bread slice
Wrap up
Burnt barbecue bit
Finish line
Book's last word, often
Close out
Word after bitter or dead
Cut off
Objective
Dec. 31, to a year
Famous last word
Conclusion
Put the kibosh on
Finish
Break off
Come to a close Newsday 01 Jan 2019
Wind up
Call off
Finale
Conclusion
This puzzle's last entry, fittingly
Put the kibosh on
Wrap up
Infinity doesn't have one
Pi doesn't have one
Not continue
Offensive or defensive gridder
See 36-Down
Phase out
Player close to a linebacker
Inning : baseball :: ___ : curling
See 28-Down
Final piece
Conclusion
Where a tunnel opens
Finish
With 72-Across, evasive strategy ... and a hint to the last several letters of the four longest Across answers
Expire
Wind up or wind down Universal 31 Dec 2018
Bring to a conclusion Newsday 31 Dec 2018
Third player from the center Universal 28 Dec 2018
Word after deep or dead USA Today 25 Dec 2018
Bring to a halt Newsday 25 Dec 2018
Put the kibosh on New York Times 25 Dec 2018
Business ___ New York Times 21 Dec 2018
Caboose, e.g New York Times 18 Dec 2018
When Porky Pig says 'That's all, folks!' USA Today 10 Dec 2018
Demise New York Times 09 Dec 2018
Final curtain USA Today 08 Dec 2018
Reach its destination, as a trip LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2018
Reach its destination, as a trip The Washington Post 04 Dec 2018
Last entry in this puzzle, fittingly USA Today 04 Dec 2018
Low-__ Newsday 01 Dec 2018
Con-clude Thomas Joseph 27 Nov 2018
Goal Thomas Joseph 24 Nov 2018
Finish The Times Concise 22 Nov 2018
Completion Universal 20 Nov 2018
When credits roll New York Times 15 Nov 2018
Conclusion Family Time 12 Nov 2018
Put a stop to Newsday 12 Nov 2018
Conclude Universal 11 Nov 2018
Word with living or dead The Washington Post 02 Nov 2018
Word with living or dead LA Times Daily 02 Nov 2018
Chief agricultural export of Kenya New York Times 01 Nov 2018
Goal in final The Sun Two Speed 26 Oct 2018
"30" in editing Universal 23 Oct 2018
Conclude Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2018
Period's place Universal 22 Oct 2018
Word after living or dead USA Today 20 Oct 2018
Member of an NFL line Universal 18 Oct 2018
Close The Washington Post Sunday 14 Oct 2018
Cut off Premier Sunday 30 Sep 2018
Cease Thomas Joseph 29 Sep 2018
Wind up Family Time 24 Sep 2018
Extremity The Washington Post Sunday 23 Sep 2018
Goal The Sun Two Speed 19 Sep 2018
Death of Cavendish The Sun Two Speed 19 Sep 2018
Aim The Sun Two Speed 14 Sep 2018
... somewhat horrendous death The Sun Two Speed 14 Sep 2018
Extremity Universal 13 Sep 2018
Bring to a conclusion Family Time 10 Sep 2018
See 25-Across New York Times 10 Sep 2018
Word with tight or split The Washington Post 05 Sep 2018
Word with tight or split LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2018
Where to join the line Wall Street Journal 04 Sep 2018
Downfall New York Times 31 Aug 2018
Objective The New Yorker 27 Aug 2018
The butt, for instance, is a bit of the Golden Delicious Irish Times Crosaire 25 Aug 2018
Armageddon Universal 20 Aug 2018
Object The Sun Two Speed 10 Aug 2018
Conclusion of Ibsen drama The Sun Two Speed 10 Aug 2018
Outer limit Premier Sunday 05 Aug 2018
Close Jonesin 31 Jul 2018
Word after living or receiving USA Today 30 Jul 2018
What this is two from Newsday 29 Jul 2018
Bitter __ The Washington Post 29 Jul 2018
Bitter __ LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2018
Delete key neighbor USA Today 22 Jul 2018
Tackle's neighbor USA Today 21 Jul 2018
Stopping point USA Today 20 Jul 2018
Cutoff point Newsday 15 Jul 2018
Stoppage New York Times 13 Jul 2018
Complete Premier Sunday 08 Jul 2018
Goal: finality The Guardian Speedy 07 Jul 2018
Cut short Premier Sunday 01 Jul 2018
Final result The Sun Two Speed 29 Jun 2018
Fizzle out Newsday 21 Jun 2018
Reach a conclusion Family Time 11 Jun 2018
Target for Dan Marino The Washington Post Sunday 10 Jun 2018
Extreme The Washington Post 09 Jun 2018
Extreme LA Times Daily 09 Jun 2018
Tip New York Times 09 Jun 2018
Last word of movies? Universal 01 Jun 2018
Continue no longer Universal 30 May 2018
Final chapter USA Today 28 May 2018
Come to a conclusion The Washington Post Sunday 27 May 2018
Passer's target, maybe USA Today 25 May 2018
Stop doing Universal 24 May 2018
Phase out LA Times Daily 20 May 2018
Last stage Newsday 20 May 2018
Phase out The Washington Post 20 May 2018
Cut off USA Today 11 May 2018
This clue, to this puzzle USA Today 30 Apr 2018
Stop Premier Sunday 29 Apr 2018
Culminate Newsday 19 Apr 2018
Maze goal Wall Street Journal 17 Apr 2018
Limit The Telegraph Quick 09 Apr 2018
An eligible pass receiver USA Today 07 Apr 2018
Go last Newsday 01 Apr 2018
Finale The Times Concise 30 Mar 2018
Wide receiver Universal 19 Mar 2018
Completion Newsday 18 Mar 2018
Finale Thomas Joseph 07 Mar 2018
With 113-Down, product's ultimate consumer Premier Sunday 25 Feb 2018
Put a stop to Premier Sunday 04 Feb 2018
Conclude The Sun Two Speed 25 Jan 2018
Finish wrecking den The Sun Two Speed 25 Jan 2018
Discontinue Newsday 17 Jan 2018
Close or complete The Washington Post 15 Jan 2018
Close or complete LA Times Daily 15 Jan 2018
Terminate Family Time 15 Jan 2018
Extreme The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jan 2018
'To what ___?' New York Times 14 Jan 2018
Lands' ___ (clothing retailer) USA Today 10 Jan 2018
Ruin Wall Street Journal 04 Jan 2018
Extreme New York Times 04 Jan 2018
Cut off
See 25-Across
Remnant
Delete key neighbor
Final chapter
Final curtain
Lands' ___ (clothing retailer)
Last entry in this puzzle, fittingly
Maze goal
Passer's target, maybe
Pull the plug on
Put the kibosh on
Goal
Extreme
Downfall
Stopping point
Tackle's neighbor
This clue, to this puzzle
When Porky Pig says "That's all, folks!"
Word after deep or dead
Word after living or receiving
Means justifier LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2018
___ on a high note
Conclude
Demise
Caboose, e.g.
Business ___
Goal
Maze goal
Maze word
Where to join the line
Wrap up
"To what ___?"
Means justifier
Word with living or dead
Reach its destination, as a trip
Phase out
Means justifier The Washington Post 01 Jan 2018
Finish
Extreme
Conclusion
Bitter __
Word with tight or split
Tip
"30" in editing
Armageddon
Completion
Conclude
Continue no longer
Extremity
Last word of movies?
Member of an NFL line
Period's place
Stoppage
Stop doing
Third player from the center
Wind up or wind down
Come to a close
Close or complete
Close
When credits roll
"___ of the line" USA Today 31 Dec 2017
Finish off Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2017
Football position Thomas Joseph 26 Dec 2017
December, yearwise Wall Street Journal 23 Dec 2017
Undoing New York Times 10 Dec 2017
Cease The Washington Post 08 Dec 2017
Cease LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2017
Final part Thomas Joseph 07 Dec 2017
Climax The Telegraph Quick 07 Dec 2017
Drop the curtain on USA Today 02 Dec 2017
Ultimate Newsday 24 Nov 2017
Complete Wall Street Journal 22 Nov 2017
Stop Universal 21 Nov 2017
Extremity Newsday 19 Nov 2017
What curtains may signify New York Times 15 Nov 2017
Neighbor of a tackle USA Today 06 Nov 2017
Content between design and final goal Irish Times Crosaire 04 Nov 2017
Close down New York Times 11 Oct 2017
Z, alphabet-wise LA Times Daily 09 Oct 2017
Z, alphabet-wise The Washington Post 09 Oct 2017
Key below "Home" on a PC USA Today 05 Oct 2017
It might be bitter Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2017
With 43-Down, software buyer, e.g Premier Sunday 03 Sep 2017
De-suds New York Times 31 Aug 2017
London's West ___ USA Today 27 Aug 2017
When the credits roll USA Today 26 Aug 2017
Destroy New York Times 25 Aug 2017
Halt Thomas Joseph 15 Aug 2017
Pass target, sometimes USA Today 14 Aug 2017
Key below Home, on a PC USA Today 11 Aug 2017
Remnant The Washington Post 05 Aug 2017
Remnant LA Times Daily 05 Aug 2017
Tackle's neighbor on the line The Washington Post 17 Jul 2017
Tackle's neighbor on the line LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2017
Word with bitter or dead USA Today 07 Jul 2017
Put a stop to The Washington Post 28 Jun 2017
Put a stop to LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2017
Final phase Newsday 25 Jun 2017
London's East ___ USA Today 24 Jun 2017
Object Newsday 23 Jun 2017
Quarterback sacker, perhaps USA Today 22 Jun 2017
Go "pfft" LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2017
Go 'pfft' The Washington Post 21 Jun 2017
Business __ Newsday 17 Jun 2017
Opposite of start Universal 15 Jun 2017
Ruin New York Times 10 Jun 2017
Either of two on a defensive line USA Today 06 Jun 2017
Boundary line Universal 02 Jun 2017
Call off Newsday 25 May 2017
"Bitter" part Universal 23 May 2017
With 69-Across, ultimate consumer Premier Sunday 21 May 2017
Purpose, objective Irish Times Simplex 16 May 2017
Stamp out USA Today 05 May 2017
Word after "living," "tight" or "dead" Universal 02 May 2017
Squash New York Times 30 Apr 2017
Last part The Washington Post 27 Apr 2017
Last part LA Times Daily 27 Apr 2017
Patootie New York Times 22 Apr 2017
Maze objective USA Today 16 Apr 2017
"30" to editors Universal 15 Apr 2017
___ of the line New York Times 10 Apr 2017
Crusty slice of bread USA Today 08 Apr 2017
Many an eligible receiver New York Times 05 Apr 2017
Put a stop to Universal 30 Mar 2017
Football player Thomas Joseph 25 Mar 2017
Extremity The Telegraph Quick 09 Mar 2017
Stop LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2017
Stop The Washington Post 08 Mar 2017
Termination Premier Sunday 05 Mar 2017
Caboose's spot USA Today 27 Feb 2017
See 96-Down Premier Sunday 26 Feb 2017
Terminus Premier Sunday 19 Feb 2017
Where many enter a line Universal 17 Feb 2017
Finish up Newsday 13 Feb 2017
Kind of table or run Universal 04 Feb 2017
Appropriate answer for this clue New York Times 21 Jan 2017
Decide not to continue Universal 15 Jan 2017
Finale The Washington Post 14 Jan 2017
One may be bitter New York Times 11 Jan 2017
Get finished Premier Sunday 08 Jan 2017
Put a stop to
Opposite of start
Kind of table or run
Decide not to continue
Boundary line
"Bitter" part
"30" to editors
Stamp out
When the credits roll
Word with bitter or dead
Close down
London's East ___
Key below Home, on a PC
Key below "Home" on a PC
Either of two on a defensive line
Drop the curtain on
"___ of the line"
Maze objective
Neighbor of a tackle
Pass target, sometimes
Put a stop to
Quarterback sacker, perhaps
Word after "living," "tight" or "dead"
Stop
Patootie
One may be bitter
Many an eligible receiver
Destroy
Denouement
London's West ___
Appropriate answer for this clue
Cease
Z, alphabet-wise
Wrap up
Terminate
Tackle's neighbor on the line
Stop
Remnant
Put a stop to
Last part
Go "pfft"
___ of the line
What curtains may signify
What a Möbius strip lacks
Undoing
Terminus
Squelch
Squash
Ruin
Put a stop to USA Today 29 Dec 2016
December 31, e.g New York Times 25 Dec 2016
Maze objective The Washington Post 16 Dec 2016
Discontinue The Washington Post 12 Dec 2016
Dead-___ job USA Today 08 Dec 2016
Shut down Universal 07 Dec 2016
Word after dead or deep The Washington Post 03 Dec 2016
Denouement The Washington Post 30 Nov 2016
Stop giving tip The Times Cryptic 22 Nov 2016
Finale Canadiana 21 Nov 2016
Discontinue Premier Sunday 20 Nov 2016
Shut down USA Today 16 Nov 2016
Final stage USA Today 14 Nov 2016
Maze word New York Times 13 Nov 2016
Cancel Newsday 11 Nov 2016
Adjourn New York Times 08 Nov 2016
It may be reached while binge-watching Jonesin 01 Nov 2016
Last song recorded by all four Beatles, with 'the' New York Times 27 Oct 2016
Cutoff point LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2016
Wrap up Family Time 23 Oct 2016
Purpose Wall Street Journal 20 Oct 2016
Go no further The Washington Post 20 Oct 2016
Call a halt to USA Today 14 Oct 2016
Extremity USA Today 12 Oct 2016
Last in a sequence LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2016
Downfall mentioned in commendation Irish Times Crosaire 01 Oct 2016
Where this is Newsday 01 Oct 2016
Boundary Family Time 26 Sep 2016
Complete LA Times Daily 25 Sep 2016
Circumvented, with 4 Down Newsday 23 Sep 2016
''This ___ up'' Family Time 20 Sep 2016
Come to a close New York Times 20 Sep 2016
Finale Family Time 18 Sep 2016
Stew ___ New York Times 15 Sep 2016
Terminate The Telegraph Quick 14 Sep 2016
Word before game or user USA Today 13 Sep 2016
Put a stop to Family Time 11 Sep 2016
Wind down or wind up LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2016
Target for Tom Brady The Washington Post 31 Aug 2016
Word with tight or loose LA Times Daily 31 Aug 2016
This, appropriately New York Times 18 Aug 2016
Opposite of begin Family Time 14 Aug 2016
Cliffhanger's spot Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2016
A O doesn't have one New York Times 27 Jul 2016
Call it quits Family Time 25 Jul 2016
Pull the plug on LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2016
Oklahoma city Wall Street Journal 16 Jul 2016
Go no further USA Today 09 Jul 2016
His job is on the line Wall Street Journal 01 Jul 2016
Nip in the bud Universal 30 Jun 2016
Break off Newsday 17 Jun 2016
Shut down Newsday 08 Jun 2016
"Gronk" of the Patriots is one USA Today 01 May 2016
Stopping poin Wall Street Journal 28 Apr 2016
"Bitter" part Family Time 25 Apr 2016
Not continue New York Times 19 Apr 2016
Sign-off Newsday 15 Apr 2016
Extremity Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2016
Last word USA Today 11 Apr 2016
Put the kibosh on Newsday 06 Apr 2016
Finish up The Washington Post 05 Apr 2016
Defensive footballer The Washington Post 04 Apr 2016
Cut short USA Today 29 Mar 2016
Wind up Wall Street Journal 25 Mar 2016
Caboose, e.g The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Mar 2016
Last word at the cineplex? The Washington Post 17 Mar 2016
Crusty bread slice New York Times 08 Mar 2016
Aspiration Wall Street Journal 03 Mar 2016
Opposite of beginning USA Today 19 Feb 2016
Break off The Washington Post 13 Feb 2016
Draw the curtain on Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2016
Bottom of the ninth, say New York Times 07 Feb 2016
Reason for being Wall Street Journal 06 Feb 2016
Wind up Universal 31 Jan 2016
Cut out Premier Sunday 31 Jan 2016
Type of table Family Time 31 Jan 2016
Target for Aaron Rodgers The Washington Post 29 Jan 2016
Wind up or wind down USA Today 23 Jan 2016
Outer limit New York Times 22 Jan 2016
Wrap up Eugene Sheffer 13 Jan 2016
Fizzle out Eugene Sheffer 12 Jan 2016
Furthermost point Newsday 08 Jan 2016
Close foundation's conference on wind Irish Times Crosaire 02 Jan 2016
Knock off The Washington Post 01 Jan 2016
-30-
The final word in movies
Wind up
Nip in the bud
Word with tight or loose
Caboose, e.g.
A O doesn't have one
Adjourn
Bottom of the ninth, say
Come to a close
December 31, e.g.
Last song recorded by all four Beatles, with "the"
Maze word
Outer limit
Stew ___
This, appropriately
Complete
Football lineman
Last in a sequence
Pull the plug on
Wind down or wind up
Word before game or user
Wind up or wind down
Shut down
Go no further
Final stage
Dead-___ job
Bring to a halt
Finish Eugene Sheffer 28 Dec 2015
Pull the plug on Universal 26 Dec 2015
Bring to a close The Sun Two Speed 13 Dec 2015
Back to fix, not front The Sun Two Speed 13 Dec 2015
Result Newsday 12 Dec 2015
Quarterback's target LA Times Daily 09 Dec 2015
Typical pass catcher Newsday 03 Dec 2015
Cease Newsday 02 Dec 2015
-30- USA Today 02 Dec 2015
Boundary line USA Today 01 Dec 2015
Call it a day New York Times 24 Nov 2015
Death of foundation's conference on womankind Irish Times Crosaire 21 Nov 2015
When the credits roll New York Times 18 Nov 2015
The final word in movies Universal 15 Nov 2015
Wind up Eugene Sheffer 03 Nov 2015
-30- Universal 02 Nov 2015
Certain pick in 17-Across New York Times 23 Oct 2015
Last word in movies? Universal 20 Oct 2015
"30" to an editor Universal 19 Oct 2015
Bring to a halt Family Time 12 Oct 2015
Close section of 18 The Telegraph Toughie 22 Sep 2015
Bring the curtain down on USA Today 21 Sep 2015
Final stages Jonesin 15 Sep 2015
"This ___ up" Universal 07 Sep 2015
Conclusion USA Today 03 Sep 2015
Tackle's teammate Eugene Sheffer 14 Aug 2015
Stop New York Times 10 Aug 2015
Conclusion, finish Irish Times Simplex 06 Aug 2015
Quash New York Times 02 Aug 2015
Complete The Telegraph Quick 28 Jul 2015
Gridiron position USA Today 27 Jul 2015
Heel New York Times 19 Jul 2015
Objective or conclusion Irish Times Simplex 18 Jul 2015
See 74-Down Premier Sunday 12 Jul 2015
"This ___ up" USA Today 09 Jul 2015
Come to a conclusion LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2015
Ring's lack Newsday 27 Jun 2015
Consummate New York Times 26 Jun 2015
Close Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2015
Termination LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2015
Person looking for bombs? Universal 31 May 2015
Remnant Eugene Sheffer 30 May 2015
Boundary Universal 29 May 2015
Eliminate USA Today 28 May 2015
Unpopular slice Universal 18 May 2015
Cut out Newsday 14 May 2015
Stamp out LA Times Daily 10 May 2015
Type of zone or table USA Today 09 May 2015
Word with game or point LA Times Daily 08 May 2015
Objective LA Times Daily 03 May 2015
Discontinue New York Times 26 Apr 2015
Goal The Telegraph Quick 23 Apr 2015
Finish USA Today 09 Apr 2015
Place to burn a candle? USA Today 05 Apr 2015
Close to Cavendish at the centre Irish Times Crosaire 04 Apr 2015
Bring to a close USA Today 02 Apr 2015
What boring things never seem to do USA Today 25 Mar 2015
Tight or defensive, e.g USA Today 23 Mar 2015
Last part Premier Sunday 22 Mar 2015
Word with living or dead USA Today 21 Mar 2015
Come to a halt LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2015
This clue's place, aptly enough Eugene Sheffer 16 Mar 2015
Punch line, say LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2015
Finale LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2015
Bread heel Universal 09 Mar 2015
Reach the denouement The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Mar 2015
Finish Family Time 23 Feb 2015
Heard Finnish is similar to 4 down Irish Times Crosaire 21 Feb 2015
Sign off Newsday 20 Feb 2015
Bottom of the ninth, usually New York Times 09 Feb 2015
For Chelsea or Villa, it's a goal The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Feb 2015
Finish with weirdos leaving eiderdowns Irish Times Crosaire 07 Feb 2015
Terminal Universal 05 Feb 2015
Object LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2015
Stamp out Newsday 28 Jan 2015
Windup USA Today 19 Jan 2015
"Tight" NFL position LA Times Daily 11 Jan 2015
Extremity Jonesin 08 Jan 2015
Author's last word? Universal 03 Jan 2015
Consummate
Tackle's teammate
Windup
Wrap up
Reach the denouement
Bottom of the ninth, usually
Call it a day
Certain pick in 17-Across
Discontinue
Heel
Quash
Stop
When the credits roll
Termination
Word with game or point
Last part
See 74-Down
Punch line, say
Call a halt to
Cease
Come to a close
Conclusion
Cut out
Extremity
Finish up
Result
Ring's lack
Sign off
Stamp out
Typical pass catcher
Wind down
Objective
Object
Finale
Conclude
Come to a halt
"30" to an editor
"This ___ up"
Author's last word?
Boundary
Bread heel
Last word in movies?
Person looking for bombs?
Pull the plug on
Terminal
Unpopular slice
"Down at the ___ of Lonely Street at Heartbreak Hotel"
His career is on the line
Curling division
Come to a conclusion
"Tight" NFL position
"This ___ up"
-30-
Boundary line
Bring the curtain down on
Bring to a close
Conclude
Conclusion
Eliminate
Finish
Gridiron position
Place to burn a candle?
Terminate
Tight or defensive, e.g.
Type of zone or table
What boring things never seem to do
Windup
Word with living or dead
Word after bitter or business
Wind up
Terminate
Stopping point
Quash
Put the kibosh on
Knock off
Extremity
Conclusion
Quarterback's target
Close
Finish off
Wind up
Stamp out
Rear
"The ___ is in sight"
"30," to an editor
"The ___ is in sight"
Eliminate
Last word of a film?
Not-so-desirable bread slice
Stopping point
Boundary
Kind of user
Objective
Finish
Cut off
Phase out
Loose __
Limit
Armageddon
Break off
Discontinue
Call a halt to
Butt
Curtains
Cut short
Hindmost
Kill
Living or dead follower
Not go on
Objective
One may get a pass
Intention
"Howards ___" (Forster novel)
PC key below Home
Target of some passes
With 18-Across, software developer's concern
Close
Gridiron position
Bitter or business follower
Curling period
Denouement
Finish
His job is always on the line
It may be loose or tight
Not the beginning
Put a stop to
Target for Peyton Manning
Target for Tom Brady
Tip
Terminate
Call off
One might be tight
Word with deep or dead
Finish
Word with living or dead
Tackle's neighbor
Final stage
Wrap up
With 39 Down, Viking destination
Wind up
Terminate
Ruination
Wrap
One can be loose or tight
Linkin Park "Waiting for the ___"
Final chapter
Go "pfft"
"The World's __": 2013 sci-fi comedy
Football position
Wind down or wind up
Discontinue
Cutoff point
Word after living or dead
Cut short
"The ___ is near"
Football receiver
Wrap up
Last word, in literature
Dissolve, as a partnership
Elton John "Club at the ___ of the Street"
Word with living or bitter
Put the kibosh on
Intention
Wind up
Tip or top
You'll reach it at 61-Down
Ultimate point
Rarely-used computer key
Rarely used computer key
Period's place
Kind of table or user
Gridiron speedster
Forster's "Howards ___"
First or final cut piece
Do the final step of
Computer keyboard key
Caboose's position
Tight position?
Windup
Outcome
It may be in sight
Call it a day
Caboose
Bring to a halt
Wrap-up
Phish "Possum, your ___ is the road"
Pet Shop Boys "West ___ Girls"
Pearl Jam "The ___"
Linkin Park "In the ___"
Foreigner "Until the ___ of Time"
"Until the ___ of the World" U2
"Childhood's ___" Kiss
Pull the plug on
"___ of discussion!"
Extremity
Finale
Maze's goal
Möbius strip's lack
Shut off
Boundary
Cease
Stop
This, with "the"
Undoing
The ___ [fittingly]
Wideout, in football
Wrap up
Discontinue
Windup
Tight position?
Bring the curtain down on
Do the final step of
Forster's "Howards ___"
It may be in sight
Last word in films?
Objective
The last word in movies?
Ultimate point
What boring things never seem to do
Stop
Finish
English fin
Close
Bring down the curtain on
Terminate
Goal
Discontinue
Wind up or wind down
Intention
Complete
Bring down the curtain on
Cut short
Conclusion
Page Down neighbor
Cease
Discontinue
Cut off
Curling inning
English fin
Shut down
Aim
Bring to a conclusion
Come to a conclusion
Every streetcar line has one
Home key neighbor
Kind of table
Lineman farthest from the center
Place to burn a candle?
Terminate
Word with "living" or "dead"
Wrap-up
Wrap up
Sew up
Conclusion
Apt puzzle answer, in this case
Tug-of-war position
With 1-Across, a football play, or an apt description of what's hidden in the last part of the answer to each starred clue
The final word in storybooks
With 1-Across, a football play, or an apt description of what's hidden in the last part of the answer to each starred clue
Terminus
Tug-of-war position
Stop
Word after loose or tight
Break off
"Split" follower
Come to a conclusion
Draw the curtain on
Football position: defensive ___
Kind of table or zone
Last word on the silver screen
Scrimmage participant
Wind down or wind up
Maze goal
Conclude
Come to a conclusion
Terminate
Finish
Sew up
Outcome
Terminate
Word after tight or loose
Something sometimes split
Outcome
It may be bitter
His job is on the line
Draw to a close
Conclude
Close
Call off
Windup
Wind down
Suspend
Stop going
Rear
Cut off
Apt puzzle answer, in this case
One may be tight
Last bit
Cut off
*Finish
Objective
My Chemical Romance "To the ___"
The Doors "The ___"
Back __
Conclude
Draw to a close
Furthermost point
Heel of a loaf
Keyboard key
Maze objective
Quit
Stopping point
Wrap things up
Reach a conclusion
Cease
Certain keyboard key
Culmination
Cessation
Keyboard key
Period's place in a sentence
Remnant
The last word?
"Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's ___ ..." (Semisonic)
Finale
Bring down the curtain
At wit's ___
Bring down the curtain
Traveling Wilburys: "___ of the Line"
Put the kibosh on
Football position
Give up on
Nothing comes after it
Expire
Pass catcher
You've just reached it
Remnant
Windup
Business __
Heel in a bakery
The last word?
You've just reached it
Wrap up
Heel in a bakery
Participant in some receptions
Come to a close
Culmination
The ___ (famous last words)
Cessation
"Childhood's ___" (Arthur C. Clarke novel)
The last word?
Wind up
What this is, fittingly
This, for example, with "the"
Terminal
Pull the plug on
Knock off
Doom
Cessation
Week finish?
Close up
"Zone" or "table" lead-in
Write "finis"
Where to get in line?
Terminus
Not-so-desirable bread slice
Nip in the bud
Last word in literature?
Beginning's counterpart
What you don't want a good show to do
Culmination
Doors "My only friend, the ___"
Cut it out
Drop it
__ game
Halt
Finish
Bring to closure
Conclude
Part of the "Line" the Traveling Wilburys were going to
What's last
"Howard's ___" (Oscar winner of 1992)
Business __
Armageddon
Maze goal
Jim Morrison song, with "The"
Book's last word
Bring to a close
Caboose's place
Close
Defensive ___
Fulfillment
Draw to a close
Remnant
Pass target
"Howards ___" (1992 Oscar winner)
Boundary
Share of responsibility
Shut down
Draw to a close
Wind up or down
Suffix location
Something to keep in sight
Put a halt to
Player next to a tackle
Computer key
Brett Favre target
Word with "rear" or "year"
"The ___ of Innocence"
It may be in sight
Cease
"Howards ___" (1992 movie)
"The ___," next-to-last song on "Abbey Road," ironically
It may be in sight
Nothing follows it
Land's ___ (southwesternmost point of England)
Bitter follower, sometimes
Prime-rib cut
Halt
Put a stop to
Means justifier
Curtains, so to speak
Purpose
Reach a conclusion
Ultimate point
Cut short
Come to a close
Call a halt to
Terminus
Termination
Tackle's line mate
Peyton Manning target
Participant in some receptions
Close down
This clue's position
See 38-Down
Go no further
This Across answer, appropriately
Every streetcar line has one
Be over with
Nothing follows it
The last word, often
Swan song
Wrap up
Cricket wicket
Culmination
Curtain call time
Go off the deep ___
Gridiron position
Outcome
Tackle's neighbor
Target for Peyton Manning
The last word in some stories
See 38-Down
Nip in the bud
Goal
Denouement
Call a halt to
Caboose's place
Swan song
Type of result
Where to get in line
Come to a halt
Coda's place in a score
Terminus
Tom Brady target
Tackle's teammate
Loaf part
Discontinue
Epilogue
What boring things never seem to do
Boundary
___ around (football play)
Week finish?
Closing stages
Stop it
Cut off
Put the kibosh on
Wind (up)
Wrap up
Complete
Finale
Line-of-scrimmage position
Finish in the DEN?
Put a stop to
This is it
It could be tight or loose
Goal
Nip in the bud
Close down
Finale
Denouement
Conclude
Call a halt to
Caboose's place
Demise
Termination
It may be bitter?
Coda's place
Extremity
Finale
Terminate
With "of" plus 49-Down, momentous time
Either extreme of a loaf
Do the final step of
Circle's lack
Close
Shut down
Butt
...and the other
Suffix location
Demise
Circle's lack
Do the final step of
Either extreme of a loaf
Run out
Part of the line always saved for you
Wrap up
Player next to a tackle
Terminus
Stop
Finish up
Doomsday, with "the"
Bring to a halt
Quarterback target
Outcome
Lands' ___ (clothing retailer)
Home key neighbor
Finish
Conclude
Omega
Last word on the silver screen, sometimes
Spot to stop
Lineman furthest from the center
Kind of user
Final section
30, in the newsroom
"itter"part
Scrimmage participant
Last stop
It may be split or loose
It may be in sight
Caboose's position
Bring the curtain down on
Abolish
Tight ___
Termination
T formation participant
Potential pass target
-30-, to an editor
Culmination
Go off the deep ___
Limiting aspect
Offensive player farthest from the QB
Table type
Culmination
With 41-Across, go out nicely
Abolish
Get done with
It's sometimes bitter
Bring to a halt
Go no further
NFL position
Caboose
Either half of a domino
Final section
It's sometimes bitter
Stop
Tip
Kind of table
Nip in the bud
Tail
Termination
Type of table or zone
Computer keyboard key
Demise
Draw the curtain on
Extremity
Limit
Lineman furthest from the center
Put a stop to
See 13-Down
Tackle's linemate
Termination
With 1-Across, comic member of a minstrel troupe
Word with tail or back
Call off
Get done with
Keyboard key
QB's target
See 46-Down
Finish up
Tail __
Word "split" in this puzzle's eight longest answers
Cease all action
See 34-Down
Culminate
___-around (football play)
Reason for being
Purpose
Omega
Aim
Deep or dead follower
Offensive one perhaps?
See 58-Down
With 39 Down, ultimate goal
See 3-Down
Prime rib cut
Break off
Complete
Computer key under Home
Intention
Last word?
Word "split" in this puzzle's eight longest answers
Tail __
See 46-Down
Last word?
Computer key under Home
Break off
Concluding part
Football lineman
Bitter part?
Purpose
Call it quits
Call off
Complete
Wrap up
Tail
Last
Give the coup de grâce
Football lineman
Wind up
Wipe out
Purpose
One working on a line
It may be bitter
Get rid of
Get done with
Finis
Butt
Finale
Finish
Cut short
Final stage
It may be bitter or loose
Word with all or result
Word with living or dead
Abolish
Author's last word?
Close down
Closing
Curling inning
It may be bitter or loose
Participant in some receptions
Word with bitter or tail
Word with split or tail
Land's __, England
Loaf part
Stop
Word with living or dead
Quarterback's target
Put a halt to
NFL lineman
Judgment Day, e.g.
Football position
"Howards ___" (1992 movie)
Termination
Purpose
One working on a line
It may be bitter
Get rid of
Get done with
Finis
Butt
Word after tight or loose
Denouement
"Journeys ___ in lovers meeting": Shakespeare
Sign off
Offensive one perhaps
Objective
Lineman
Last word
Last gasp
It may be bitter
Finish
Conclusion
Complete
Close
Call it quits
Break off
Tug-of-war position
Defensive footballer
Author's last word
Word with split or tail
Word with run or result
Ultimate
See 65-Across
Pass catcher
Delete key neighbor
Death
Come to a close
Call off
Butt
Put the kibosh on
Last stage
Goal
Furthest point
Call off
Break off
Goal
Peyton Manning target
Tackle's neighbor
Pull the plug on
Finis
Maze goal
Purpose
Put a stopper on
Tip
This is it
30, in the newsroom
Bring to a halt
Defensive lineman
Put a stop to
Sign-off
Wind up or down
Culmination
Finis
He may be offensive
Kind of run or table
Land's __
On __ (upright)
Nip in the bud
Fabric fragment
Put a stop to
Remnant
Wind-up
Wrap up
Often-unwanted slice of bread
See 51-Across
Result
Halt
Abolish
Appropriate answer for this clue?
Word with tight or split
Word with run or result
Type of zone
Bitter __
Finish line
Type of table
"The South ___" (Wayne State U.'s student newspaper)
Table type
Go no further
It may be dead
Cease all action
"Howards ___" (1992)
Appropriate answer for this clue?
Draw to a close
Come out
Aim
Become extinct
Part of SWAK
Defensive lineman
Bring to a halt
Become extinct
His job is on the line
It may be bitter
It may be bitter or dead
Offensive one
Peyton Manning target
Bankrupt
Dissolve
Break off
Bring to a conclusion
Epilogue
Part to grab hold of
Close down
Cutoff point
Discontinue
It may be bitter or loose
Jeremy Shockey, notably
Pull the plug on
Sign off
Tackle's neighbor
Third from center
Terminal
Unpopular slice, for some
Last part
Loaf's heel
Packers position
Wind up
This answer, appropriately
See 18-Down
Outcome
Gridiron target
Gridiron speedster
Eliminate
Book's last word
Phase out
One may be tight
His job is on the line
Dead-__ street
Bitter follower
Pass-catcher
He's on the line
Finale
Top or bottom
Omega
Object
Judgment Day
Bitter ___
Purpose
Word with tight or loose
Only good part of a bad movie?
Omega, in a way
It's sometimes bitter
Bring down the curtain
"Howards ___" (1982)
Quarterback's target
User or product leader
Conclude
Conclusion
Lineman
Close out
Cut off
Denouement
Part to grab hold of, maybe
Result
Cut off
Football lineman
Land's ___ (westernmost point of England)
Stopping point
Word after living or dead
Wind up
This answer, appropriately
See 18-Down
Outcome
Gridiron target
Gridiron speedster
Eliminate
Book's last word
"Wisdom begins at the ___": Daniel Webster
Word with rear or year
Break off
Run out
Quarterback's target
Testaverde target
Type of zone or table
Word with deep or tight
Goal
Last of all
Terminus
Certain lineman
Peter out
Denouement
Come to a conclusion
Bread heel
Certain lineman
Cut off
Fine, in music
Swan song
One may be dead
Kind of user
Eliminate
Pull the plug on
At wit's ___
Apt answer for this clue
Fine, in music
Type of table
Outer limit
It can be bitter
Word with game or table
Word found in this puzzle's theme answers
Last word in movies?
June 20, vis- -vis spring
Final chapter
He may be tight
-- zone
Gridiron position
Deep place?
Demise
Football receiver
Call a halt to
Break off
Extreme
Terminus
Wrap up
Word with loose or tight
Closing
Brett Favre target
Cease or desist
See 15-Across
Purpose
PC key
His job is on the line
Finale
Denouement
Cricket wicket
Conclusion
Cut off
Tail
Result
Break off
Deep place?
Discontinue
Drop the curtain on
Expire
His job is on the line
Intention
Living or dead follower
Purpose
Place to stop
__ of the line
Expire
Receiver
Epilogue location
See 65-Across
Terminal
Run out
Extremity
It's sometimes bitter
The living ___
Gridiron position
Word after tight or split
Wind up
Sign off
___-all
It's found "prematurely" in this puzzle's theme
Windup
Wind up
Tip
It may be bitter
Terminate
Word before and after "over"
"Howard's ___" (1992 Oscar winner)
Complete
Where to get in line?
Bring to closure
Word after living or dead
Extremity
Finale
Finis
Aim
Bread slice also known as the heel
Forster's 'Howards _____'
Where to get in line?
Word after living or dead
Greene's 'The -- of the Affair'
See 11 Down
It's sometimes bitter
Extremity
Expire
Epilogue location
See 11 Down
Remnant
Upshot
Start of an ear?
Terminate
Word with living or dead
Boundary
It may be dead
Pass catcher
Swan song
Curling division
Pull the plug on
The last word?
This answer, vis- -vis the Across answers
Bitter ___
Halt
Cutoff point
Come to a halt
Football position
Last word in movies?
Limiting aspect
Cessation
Dead or living follower
Drop the curtain on
Epilogue
Football lineman
Word with table or zone
Where to get in line
Tip
Split or tight follower
"Howard's ___"
It may be living or dead
Bring to closure
Burt Reynolds film, The ___
Bring to a close
Final point
Intention
Quash
Call a halt to
Cutoff point
Last word on the silver screen
The last word?
Wind it up
Wind-up
Break off
Word after deep or tight
Command to exit a BASIC program
Testaverde target
Become, with up
30, to a reporter
Complete
Changed part of each re-tail phrase in this puzzle
Close
See 32 Down
Result (in)
Finish
Goal
It may be bitter
Split or tight
Last of all
Heel, on a loaf
Conclude
Conclusion
It may be living
Leave off
"The ___" (1978 Burt Reynolds movie)
Call a halt to
Last page
Last part (appropriately)
Terminus
Football position
Throw in the towel
Tight or dead
Swan song
Reggie White, for one
One may be on the line
Period's place
Cut funding to
Terminal
Wind-up
Tackle's teammate
Zone or table lead-in
Windup
Tackle's teammate
Sign off
Final word, often
Coda
Terminus
The last word, often
Quaterback's target
Last word in films?
Francis Fukuyama's controversial article "The ___ of History?"
Extreme
Gridiron position
Sign off
Final word
Overriding concern in "The Prince"
Finis
"Bitter" part
Grid position
-30-
Objective
The last word in movies?
Windup
Terminus
Kind of zone
Final cause
Border
Cut out
It may be living or dead
Loaf part
Tackle's teammate
Not-so-desirable bread slice
Period
See 57-Across
"West ___ Girls" (1986 Pet Shop Boys hit)
This clue, vis- -vis this puzzle
Candle part
Fragment
It may be split
Closing
Final word
Unpopular slice
Tip
Termination
Tight or split
Last word?
QB's frequent target
Gridiron position
Posterior or purpose
The last word in some stories
Adjourn
Third from center
He's often tight
Sign off
Unpopular slice
Ultimate
Lineman
Exterior lineman
Cricket wicket
Annihilation
Word after tight or wide
Last word?
The final word in movies
Fitting answer for this clue
Bring the curtain down on
Last word, in literature?
Go off the deep ___
Purpose
Remnant
____ of the line
Finalize
Ultimate point
Tackle's neighbor
Quietus
Part to grab hold of
Intention
Get rid of
Deli discard
Coda's place in a score
Curtains, with "the"
Pass receiver
Quash
Line position
Omega
Expiration
Curtains, with "the"
Split or tail
Football player
Loose or bitter follower
Pass catcher
Far point
Period of play in curling
Complete
It may be dead
Word before and after "to"
Hindquarters
Curling inning
Closure
Caboose's place
Last word, at times
Wide receiver
Forster's "Howards ___"
Finalize
He may be tight
Book's final word
QB's target, often
Pass catcher
Outcome
"And by opposing ___ them?" Hamlet
Zone for gridders
Type of table
Fragment
Conclude
Coda
Sometimes it is bitter
Result
Receiver, frequently
Aim
A cricket wicket
Marino target
Kind of play, in bridge
Football position
"Happy ___," 1977 musical
Split or tight Jet
Like some products
Word with tail or dead
Conclusion
Priestley's "Eden ___"
This may be tight or loose
Peroration
Limit
Kind of play
He may be split
Elway target
Position for Russ Francis
The last word
"The __"
Lineman
It's sometimes bitter
Terminus
Last word
It might not be in sight
Leftover
He's on the line
At wits' ___
Finis
Book part
Word with rear or tight
Sometimes it's bitter
Sake
Desinence
Abrogate
Denouement
Last straw
Kind of table
See 23 Across
Split or tight one
Last part
Eternity lacks this
Offensive one, at times
Tight position?
Stallworth's position
Pigskin chaser
Russ Francis, for one
Consequence
___ product
"Howards ___," Forster novel
Wrap-up
Word with tight and open
Word with split or tight
Word with head or tail
Fate
Eligible pass receiver
Tight ___, in football
Either half of a domino
Last word in many books
Word with run or play
Where this word belongs
What a checkmate causes
Player who may be tight
The ultimate state
Word with tag or rear
Where this word comes
Split or tight follower
Finite point
Pass-catcher
Kind of product
Culminate
Bitter or dead
___ line (court boundary)
Sinclair's "World's ___"
Result of a coup de grâce
Means to an ___
Football player
Put a stop to
Grid lineman
He's often tight, in football
Minstrel man
Word with front or rear
Kind of paper
One of eleven
Deep or book
"The ___ of the Affair"
Book or tag
Fade out
Word with product or table
Kind of bridge play
"Journey's ___"
Last word in film
Word with play or run
___ table
Scrap
Likely pass receiver
Objective.
Upshot.
Tip.
Result.
Purpose.
Goal.
Football position.
Football player.
Fade out.
Denouement.
Culmination.
Conclude.
Butt.
Book ___.
Wind-up.
Coda.
Limit.
Close.
Footballer.
Completion.
Top off.
Means justifier.
Finale.
Termination.
No ___ (very much).
Kind of most.
It's sometimes bitter.
Finis.
Complete.
Finite point.
Kind of table.
Terminate.
Pass catcher.
Omega.
Ultimate aim.
___ table.
___ papers.
Consequence.
Lands ___.
Object.
Word used with dead or the.
Scrap.
Stop.
Terminus.
The very last word.
Dead ___.
Ultimate.
Leftover.
Point.
Remnant.
Final cause.
Most remote section.
Ultimate point.
Windup.
Lands-___.
Last.
Close out.
Lineman.
Finish.
Conclusion.
Land's ___, cape of England.
Tail.
Boundary.
Extremity.
___ man.
Tackle's neighbor.
Full stop.
No ___ (a great deal): Colloq.
When the coda comes.
Put a stop to.
Last piece.
Final point.
Stoppage.
Thirty, in newspaper parlance.
Terminal.
"___ As A Man."
Position on an eleven.
Pass receiver.
Recipient of a forward pass.
Football lineman.
Issue.
Last word in a movie.
Short piece of cloth.
Draw the curtain on.
Fade-out.
"Journeys ___ in lovers meeting."
What 30 means, in printers' slang.
Purpose in view.
Peroration.
Outcome.
Share: Colloq.
Football forward.
Point of no return.
"They lived happily ever after."
Ultimate state.
Pass receiver in football.
Last word.
Football linesman.
Gridiron player.
Position on a football team.
Curtain.
Curtains!
Here Faust triumphs.
Land's ___, Cornwall.
Where Liebestod is sung in Tristan.
Lands ___, Cornwall.
Land's ___ Cornwall.
Lands ___ Cornwall.
"If the ___ be well, all is well."—Gesta Romanorum.
Finality.
Moon unit
Nib
Phase out
Termination
The ___ (appropriately)
Tight ___
Where this answer is, appropriately
Where this appears, appropriately
Word after deep or tight
Wrap up
When the murderer is revealed, often
Borderline
Close
Coda
Come to a conclusion (appropriately)
Conclusion
Curtains
Finale
Finish up
First or final cut piece
Last piece of bread to eat, often
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