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Before, poetically Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2022
Before, poetically Wall Street Journal 09 Aug 2022
Sooner than Premier Sunday 07 Aug 2022
Poetic before Canadiana 25 Jul 2022
Poetic conjunction New York Times 21 Jul 2022
Palindromic poetic preposition Universal 15 Jul 2022
Before, in an old ode LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2022
Before, in verse Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2022
Bard's before LA Times Daily 06 Jul 2022
Poetic preposition New York Times 06 Jul 2022
Before Eugene Sheffer 04 Jul 2022
Palindrome in stanzas LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2022
Poet's palindromic preposition New York Times 30 Jun 2022
'Take heed, ___ summer comes, or cuckoo-birds do sing': 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' New York Times 28 Jun 2022
Afore LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2022
Prior to, poetically Universal 21 Jun 2022
Before, before Universal 19 Jun 2022
Shakespearean preposition Newsday 18 Jun 2022
Before Eugene Sheffer 07 Jun 2022
Before, poetically Canadiana 06 Jun 2022
Afore Premier Sunday 05 Jun 2022
Quaint 'before' The Washington Post 05 Jun 2022
Quaint "before" LA Times Daily 05 Jun 2022
Before The Telegraph Cryptic 30 May 2022
Afore Universal 26 May 2022
''Service revolver'' center? Family Time 22 May 2022
Before, in poems Thomas Joseph 16 May 2022
Long start, once The Washington Post 14 May 2022
Long start, once LA Times Daily 14 May 2022
Earlier, in odes Wall Street Journal 10 May 2022
Poetic 'before' The Washington Post 10 May 2022
Poetic "before" LA Times Daily 10 May 2022
Before, back when Wall Street Journal 07 May 2022
Poor Richard preposition Newsday 06 May 2022
The old before in where? Family Time 01 May 2022
Before, in classic palindromes LA Times Daily 26 Apr 2022
Before, in classic palindromes The Washington Post 26 Apr 2022
Poet’s palindrome Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2022
Before Eugene Sheffer 22 Apr 2022
Before Premier Sunday 17 Apr 2022
Before, to Shakespeare Universal 16 Apr 2022
The Bard's preposition Newsday 15 Apr 2022
Prior to, poetically Wall Street Journal 13 Apr 2022
Preposition in odes Newsday 10 Apr 2022
Poetic preposition Newsday 08 Apr 2022
Before Eugene Sheffer 05 Apr 2022
"Before" hidden in Cinderella Family Time 03 Apr 2022
Prior to, in stanzas The Washington Post Sunday 03 Apr 2022
Before, poetically New York Times 22 Mar 2022
Before, in poems Thomas Joseph 16 Mar 2022
Poetic before Canadiana 14 Mar 2022
Before of yore The Washington Post Sunday 13 Mar 2022
Before, poetically Universal 07 Mar 2022
Before hidden in "where" Family Time 28 Feb 2022
Poet's preposition Newsday 27 Feb 2022
Before, in odes Thomas Joseph 25 Feb 2022
Before, in poetry Newsday 23 Feb 2022
Before, before Universal 18 Feb 2022
Poet’s “before” New York Times 07 Feb 2022
Prior to, in verse Universal 07 Feb 2022
Before Eugene Sheffer 31 Jan 2022
Before, to a poet The Washington Post 26 Jan 2022
Before, to a poet LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2022
Lead-in to “long” New York Times 26 Jan 2022
Before, to bards Thomas Joseph 22 Jan 2022
Before, to a bard The Washington Post 17 Jan 2022
Before, to a bard LA Times Daily 17 Jan 2022
Before, in a sonnet Universal 07 Jan 2022
Before, in a sonnet The Washington Post Sunday 02 Jan 2022
Before Eugene Sheffer 31 Dec 2021
Poet’s palindrome Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2021
Previous to, poetically Premier Sunday 12 Dec 2021
Poetic indicator of relative time LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 09 Dec 2021
Before, in verses Wall Street Journal 06 Dec 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 06 Dec 2021
“… ___ he drove out of sight …” New York Times 06 Dec 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 04 Dec 2021
“___ you were born was beauty’s summer dead”: Shakespeare Wall Street Journal 04 Dec 2021
Bard's before LA Times Daily 01 Dec 2021
Before, in poems LA Times Daily 30 Nov 2021
Prior to, in verse Premier Sunday 28 Nov 2021
Poetic preposition LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2021
“Maid of Athens, ___ we part, give, oh, give me back my heart!”: Byron Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2021
“Able was I ___ …” New York Times 23 Nov 2021
Earlier than, in poetry Universal 22 Nov 2021
Word before now New York Times 20 Nov 2021
Before, poetically Universal 19 Nov 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 19 Nov 2021
Before, in poetry New York Times 17 Nov 2021
Up 'til Premier Sunday 14 Nov 2021
Before, to a bard LA Times Daily 12 Nov 2021
Before, in poetry Wall Street Journal 08 Nov 2021
Palindrome in an ode The Washington Post Sunday 07 Nov 2021
Before, in poems Thomas Joseph 01 Nov 2021
Previous to Premier Sunday 31 Oct 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 29 Oct 2021
Before, poetically LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 15 Oct 2021
Old-fashioned preposition New York Times 14 Oct 2021
What may be before now? LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2021
What may be before now? The Washington Post 12 Oct 2021
Previous to, in verse Premier Sunday 10 Oct 2021
'It will be long ___ the marshes resume': Robert Frost The Washington Post Sunday 10 Oct 2021
Poor Richard preposition Newsday 08 Oct 2021
"... ___ he drove out of sight" Family Time 04 Oct 2021
Prior to, in a poem The Washington Post Sunday 03 Oct 2021
Preposition for Poor Richard Newsday 01 Oct 2021
Before, in poetry Universal 29 Sep 2021
Before, to Shakespeare Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2021
'And fly, __ evil intercept thy flight': Milton The Washington Post 23 Sep 2021
"And fly, __ evil intercept thy flight": Milton LA Times Daily 23 Sep 2021
'... __ he drove out of sight': Moore The Washington Post 19 Sep 2021
"... __ he drove out of sight": Moore LA Times Daily 19 Sep 2021
Old-timey 'before' The Washington Post 15 Sep 2021
Old-timey "before" LA Times Daily 15 Sep 2021
Poet’s preposition Wall Street Journal 15 Sep 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 14 Sep 2021
Before, to Byron Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2021
Lead-in to long New York Times 02 Sep 2021
Poetic preposition Newsday 02 Sep 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 01 Sep 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 27 Aug 2021
Before, to bards Thomas Joseph 26 Aug 2021
Before, poetically Universal 19 Aug 2021
Prior to, poetically Universal 17 Aug 2021
Poet's before Canadiana 16 Aug 2021
Before, in a poem Newsday 16 Aug 2021
'Fore Premier Sunday 15 Aug 2021
Lead-in to now New York Times 14 Aug 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 10 Aug 2021
Before, in poems Thomas Joseph 10 Aug 2021
Before (poetic) Canadiana 09 Aug 2021
Homophone for ''air'' Newsday 05 Aug 2021
"... __ the set of sun": "Macbeth" LA Times Daily 01 Aug 2021
'... __ the set of sun': 'Macbeth' The Washington Post 01 Aug 2021
Poet's preposition Newsday 01 Aug 2021
Bard's ''before'' Newsday 30 Jul 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 29 Jul 2021
Poetic preposition Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2021
'I shall see thee, ___ I die, look pale with love': 'Much Ado About Nothing' New York Times 23 Jul 2021
'I kissed thee ___ I kill'd thee': 'Othello' New York Times 22 Jul 2021
“Meet me ___ the first cock crow”: Oberon Wall Street Journal 21 Jul 2021
Before, in poetry Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2021
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba" (famous palindrome) Universal 16 Jul 2021
Afore The Washington Post 11 Jul 2021
Afore LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 05 Jul 2021
Prior to, poetically Premier Sunday 04 Jul 2021
Poetic preposition Newsday 04 Jul 2021
“Blood hath been shed ___ now”: Macbeth Wall Street Journal 03 Jul 2021
Before, in a poem Newsday 28 Jun 2021
Old before in here? Family Time 27 Jun 2021
Before, to Elizabeth Barrett Browning Universal 21 Jun 2021
Preposition that sounds like 50 Across Newsday 20 Jun 2021
Before, to Browning Premier Sunday 06 Jun 2021
Bard's "before" Premier Sunday 30 May 2021
Poet's preposition The Washington Post Sunday 23 May 2021
Before, to Dickinson Universal 22 May 2021
Before, in poetry Newsday 19 May 2021
Before, to a poet Universal 18 May 2021
Before, to Birney Canadiana 17 May 2021
Formerly, to a poet Family Time 10 May 2021
Prior to, poetically Wall Street Journal 10 May 2021
Before The Telegraph Quick 06 May 2021
Before, poetically Wall Street Journal 06 May 2021
Before Eugene Sheffer 27 Apr 2021
Afore LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2021
Afore The Washington Post 22 Apr 2021
Formerly, to a poet in the 1700s Family Time 19 Apr 2021
Poetic ever Canadiana 19 Apr 2021
Before, to bards Thomas Joseph 17 Apr 2021
Coleridge's "before" LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2021
Coleridge's 'before' The Washington Post 13 Apr 2021
Before, poetically Canadiana 12 Apr 2021
"Ended, ___ it begun" (Dickinson) Universal 04 Apr 2021
"She desires to speak with you ... __ you go to bed": "Hamlet" LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2021
'She desires to speak with you ... __ you go to bed': 'Hamlet' The Washington Post 23 Mar 2021
Poetic homophone of 9-Down Universal 22 Mar 2021
Preceding, poetically New York Times 22 Mar 2021
'... __ he drove out of sight': Moore The Washington Post 19 Mar 2021
"... __ he drove out of sight": Moore LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2021
Before, in poems LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2021
Poet's 'before' New York Times 15 Mar 2021
Before, in poems The Washington Post 15 Mar 2021
Palindrome in stanzas The Washington Post Sunday 14 Mar 2021
Homophone of 59 Across' present tense Newsday 11 Mar 2021
Before, poetically New York Times 08 Mar 2021
Before, to poets New York Times 02 Mar 2021
Before, in poetry New York Times 23 Feb 2021
'Why, every fault's condemn'd ___ it be done': 'Measure for Measure' New York Times 13 Feb 2021
Prior to, poetically Universal 09 Feb 2021
Before, in poetry Universal 07 Feb 2021
Prior to, in poetry Premier Sunday 07 Feb 2021
"Blood hath been shed __ now": Macbeth LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2021
'Blood hath been shed __ now': Macbeth The Washington Post 06 Feb 2021
Poetic conjunction The Washington Post 05 Feb 2021
Poetic conjunction LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2021
Palindromic preposition Wall Street Journal 28 Jan 2021
Before, in verse Jonesin 26 Jan 2021
Before, before LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2021
Before, before The Washington Post 21 Jan 2021
Before, in verse Universal 17 Jan 2021
Preceding, poetically LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2021
Preceding, poetically The Washington Post 16 Jan 2021
'Able was I ___ I saw Elba' New York Times 12 Jan 2021
Before, before Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2021
Poetic "prior to" Premier Sunday 10 Jan 2021
Previously, in poetry Wall Street Journal 29 Dec 2020
Afore Premier Sunday 27 Dec 2020
'... ___ he drove out of sight' (holiday poem line) The Washington Post Sunday 27 Dec 2020
Poet's palindrome The Washington Post Sunday 20 Dec 2020
'... __ the set of sun': 'Macbeth' The Washington Post 19 Dec 2020
"... __ the set of sun": "Macbeth" LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2020
Before, poetically Newsday 14 Dec 2020
Before, poetically Universal 02 Dec 2020
Poetic palindrome The Washington Post Sunday 29 Nov 2020
Before Premier Sunday 29 Nov 2020
Afore New York Times 19 Nov 2020
Poetic 'before' The Washington Post 16 Nov 2020
Poetic "before" LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2020
Before, to a bard Universal 12 Nov 2020
"... ___ he drove out of sight" Universal 08 Nov 2020
Sooner than Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2020
Those involved in counterespionage, as before Irish Times Crosaire 07 Nov 2020
Middle of the "Able-Elba" palindrome LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2020
Middle of the 'Able-Elba' palindrome The Washington Post 03 Nov 2020
Before, in a poem New York Times 02 Nov 2020
Poetic preposition Newsday 01 Nov 2020
Poetic "before" Universal 30 Oct 2020
Prior to, in poems The Washington Post 20 Oct 2020
Prior to, in poems LA Times Daily 20 Oct 2020
What can come before long New York Times 16 Oct 2020
Homophone for 21 Across Newsday 15 Oct 2020
"We must away, __ break of day ... ": Tolkien LA Times Daily 10 Oct 2020
'We must away, __ break of day ... ': Tolkien The Washington Post 10 Oct 2020
Before, in poems Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2020
Before, in poetry The Washington Post 05 Oct 2020
Before, in poetry LA Times Daily 05 Oct 2020
Long beginning? The Washington Post 03 Oct 2020
Long beginning? LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2020
'Take heed, ___ summer comes or cuckoo-birds do sing': 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' New York Times 02 Oct 2020
Before, in verse LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2020
Before, in verse The Washington Post 29 Sep 2020
Poetic ''before'' Newsday 25 Sep 2020
Before, in verse Newsday 20 Sep 2020
'Maid of Athens, __ we part ... ': Byron The Washington Post 19 Sep 2020
"Maid of Athens, __ we part ... ": Byron LA Times Daily 19 Sep 2020
Coleridge's "before" Universal 19 Sep 2020
Bard's 'before' The Washington Post 09 Sep 2020
Bard's "before" LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2020
With 19-Across, heretofore New York Times 20 Aug 2020
Lead-in to "now" Premier Sunday 16 Aug 2020
Infinitive verb suffix in Italian New York Times 08 Aug 2020
Poetic before The Washington Post 05 Aug 2020
Poetic before LA Times Daily 05 Aug 2020
Before, to Byron The Washington Post 02 Aug 2020
Before, to Byron LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2020
Poet's before Canadiana 27 Jul 2020
“I must pray, ___ yet in bed I lie”: Coleridge Wall Street Journal 18 Jul 2020
Before, to Byron Jonesin 14 Jul 2020
Poet's "previously" Universal 06 Jul 2020
Ahead of, in verse The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jul 2020
Poet's before Universal 04 Jul 2020
Before, in poems Newsday 01 Jul 2020
Outmoded preposition New York Times 01 Jul 2020
Before, quaintly LA Times Daily 30 Jun 2020
Before, quaintly The Washington Post 30 Jun 2020
Before, palindromically Jonesin 23 Jun 2020
Palindromic preposition New York Times 21 Jun 2020
Prior to, in verse The Washington Post 07 Jun 2020
Prior to, in verse LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2020
Poet's "before" Universal 04 Jun 2020
Quaint 71 Across word The Washington Post Sunday 31 May 2020
Homophone of "air" Universal 26 May 2020
Before, in poems and palindromes Wall Street Journal 26 May 2020
Prior to, to Prior Wall Street Journal 23 May 2020
Bard's "before" Universal 22 May 2020
Previously, previously Wall Street Journal 20 May 2020
"Before" hiding in "overeat" Family Time 17 May 2020
'Fore New York Times 14 May 2020
Previously, in poetry Universal 13 May 2020
Before, in verse New York Times 04 May 2020
''__ she sought her ocean nest'': Shelley Newsday 25 Apr 2020
Prior to, to poets Premier Sunday 19 Apr 2020
Palindrome in poetry New York Times 19 Apr 2020
It sounds like an inspiration Newsday 18 Apr 2020
Prior to, in verse New York Times 16 Apr 2020
Before, old-style LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2020
Before, old-style The Washington Post 13 Apr 2020
Lead-in to long New York Times 12 Apr 2020
Before, poet Canadiana 06 Apr 2020
Website with the slogan 'Understand the news' New York Times 02 Apr 2020
Before, to poets The Washington Post 30 Mar 2020
Before, to poets LA Times Daily 30 Mar 2020
Before, in verses Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2020
'Able was I ___ I saw Elba' Jonesin 24 Mar 2020
Before, in poems Thomas Joseph 24 Mar 2020
Bard's 'before' New York Times 24 Mar 2020
Before Canadiana 16 Mar 2020
Middle of a memorable palindrome The Washington Post 08 Mar 2020
Middle of a memorable palindrome LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2020
Before The New Yorker 24 Feb 2020
"___ he drove out of sight ..." Family Time 10 Feb 2020
Previous to Premier Sunday 09 Feb 2020
Before, in odes
Poetic 'before' New York Times 05 Jan 2020
'Maid of Athens, ___ we part' (Byron poem) The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jan 2020
Poetic "before"
Bard's ''before'' Family Time 30 Dec 2019
Bard's "before" Family Time 29 Dec 2019
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ..." Family Time 16 Dec 2019
Up 'til Premier Sunday 15 Dec 2019
Lead-in to long
Before The Times Concise 04 Dec 2019
Before, in an ode Universal 02 Dec 2019
Cockney adverb LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2019
Cockney adverb The Washington Post 24 Nov 2019
Palindromic poetic preposition Universal 21 Nov 2019
Before, in verse
Before, in sonnets Universal 11 Nov 2019
''A little __ the mightiest Julius fell'': Shak Newsday 09 Nov 2019
Before, in a ballade Thomas Joseph 02 Nov 2019
Prior to, in verse USA Today 31 Oct 2019
“Able was I ___ I saw Elba” Wall Street Journal 28 Oct 2019
"... ___ he drove out of sight ..." Family Time 27 Oct 2019
Poet's preposition LA Times Daily 26 Oct 2019
Poet's preposition The Washington Post 26 Oct 2019
Before, to a bard New York Times 08 Oct 2019
Before, to a bard
The "before" in "adherent" Family Time 07 Oct 2019
Before, to poets Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2019
Before, in poetry Wall Street Journal 02 Oct 2019
Previously, to a poet LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2019
Previously, to a poet The Washington Post 02 Oct 2019
Poet's "prior to" Universal 26 Sep 2019
Prior to, in a sonnet Universal 08 Sep 2019
Bard's 'before' USA Today 31 Aug 2019
Before, antiquatedly Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2019
'Before,' to a bard USA Today 23 Aug 2019
Old "before" Family Time 19 Aug 2019
Poetic preposition Universal 16 Aug 2019
Previously, on Shakespeare's stage Jonesin 13 Aug 2019
'And I must suffer Winter's blight, / ___ Summer is begun': Anne Brontë The Washington Post Sunday 11 Aug 2019
Previously, poetically Universal 10 Aug 2019
"I kissed thee __ I killed thee": "Othello" LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2019
'I kissed thee __ I killed thee': 'Othello' The Washington Post 08 Aug 2019
Poetic "previous to" Universal 05 Aug 2019
Preposition for Keats Newsday 04 Aug 2019
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he ..." Family Time 04 Aug 2019
Bard's preposition Newsday 01 Aug 2019
Before, to Byron Wall Street Journal 27 Jul 2019
Before, to bards USA Today 25 Jul 2019
Before, to Longfellow Jonesin 23 Jul 2019
Prior to Premier Sunday 14 Jul 2019
Before, poetically The Washington Post 14 Jul 2019
Before, poetically LA Times Daily 14 Jul 2019
Napoleon's palindrome center USA Today 19 Jun 2019
Bard's preposition The Washington Post 08 Jun 2019
Bard's preposition LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2019
Preposition in an ode The Washington Post Sunday 02 Jun 2019
Before, to bards New York Times 28 May 2019
"... ___ he drove out of sight" Family Time 27 May 2019
Tennyson preposition Newsday 24 May 2019
It sounds like air Newsday 19 May 2019
'And fly, __ evil intercept thy flight': Milton The Washington Post 11 May 2019
Prior to, in poetry USA Today 11 May 2019
"And fly, __ evil intercept thy flight": Milton LA Times Daily 11 May 2019
Versifier's 'before' USA Today 09 May 2019
Before, poetically Family Time 29 Apr 2019
Afore Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2019
Homophone for ''heir'' Newsday 26 Apr 2019
Long starter, once LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2019
Long starter, once The Washington Post 18 Apr 2019
'But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight ...' New York Times 15 Apr 2019
Before, to Kipling Premier Sunday 14 Apr 2019
Prior to, to a bard Premier Sunday 07 Apr 2019
Before (in poetry) The Times Concise 04 Apr 2019
Prior to, to bards Premier Sunday 31 Mar 2019
Before, before Universal 19 Mar 2019
Poets' before Canadiana 18 Mar 2019
Poetic conjunction New York Times 17 Mar 2019
Sooner than, to bards Premier Sunday 17 Mar 2019
Before, in odes Thomas Joseph 16 Mar 2019
'___, little darlin', don't shed no tears' (lyric in Bob Marley's 'No Woman, No Cry') New York Times 15 Mar 2019
Poetic word before "long" Universal 08 Mar 2019
Poet's preposition USA Today 02 Mar 2019
Sooner than, in sonnets Premier Sunday 17 Feb 2019
''...__ the parting hour go by'': Matthew Arnold Newsday 16 Feb 2019
Middle of the Napoleon palindrome USA Today 16 Feb 2019
It has three- and four-letter homophones Newsday 09 Feb 2019
Byron's 'before' New York Times 06 Feb 2019
Poet's ''before'' Newsday 05 Feb 2019
Poet's palindrome The Washington Post 03 Feb 2019
Poet's palindrome LA Times Daily 03 Feb 2019
Cockney's 'present' USA Today 03 Feb 2019
'. . . ___ I saw Elba' USA Today 02 Feb 2019
'Go you to Juliet ___ you go to bed' Wall Street Journal 29 Jan 2019
'We'll teach you to drink deep ___ you depart': Hamlet New York Times 13 Jan 2019
"We'll teach you to drink deep ___ you depart": Hamlet
Previously, to a poet
Before, in poetry
Previously, poetically
Poetic "before"
Prior to, in poetry
Poet's "before"
Bard's preposition
Poetic preposition
"I kissed thee __ I killed thee": "Othello"
"Before," to a bard
Afore
Poet's "before"
Poet's "prior to"
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight ..."
Bard's "before"
Prior to, in a sonnet
Poetic "previous to"
Before, in verse
"And fly, __ evil intercept thy flight": Milton
Bard's "before"
Bard's "before"
Byron's "before"
Poet's palindrome
Before, in poetry
Before, before
Before, to a bard
Poet's preposition
Middle of the Napoleon palindrome
Poetic word before "long"
"___, little darlin', don't shed no tears" (lyric in Bob Marley's "No Woman, No Cry")
Before, in verse
Prior to, in poems
Poetic conjunction
Before, poetically
Bard's "before"
Long starter, once
Before, poetically
Prior to, in verse
". . . ___ I saw Elba"
Before, to bards
Before, to bards
Poet's preposition
Napoleon's palindrome center
"... __ he drove out of sight": Moore
Before, poshly
Before, long before the present
Before, to poets
Before, to Byron
"... __ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
"Blood hath been shed __ now": Macbeth
Before, before
Palindrome seen in poems
Before, in poetry
Before, before
Before, antiquatedly
Afore
"Go you to Juliet ___ you go to bed"
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
Versifier's "before"
Prior to, in verse
Cockney's "present"
Prior to, poetically
Before, to Dickinson
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
Before of old Universal 29 Dec 2018
''Look __ you leap'' Newsday 28 Dec 2018
Before, to Browning Canadiana 24 Dec 2018
Literary "before" Universal 22 Dec 2018
Ahead of, poetically New York Times 21 Dec 2018
Bard's ''before'' Newsday 19 Dec 2018
''On the night __ the pending battle . . .'': Whitman Newsday 15 Dec 2018
Palindromic 'before' The Washington Post 26 Nov 2018
Palindromic "before" LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2018
Sooner than, in poetry Premier Sunday 25 Nov 2018
Poetic preposition USA Today 24 Nov 2018
Before, way-old Universal 19 Nov 2018
Prior to, in verse The Washington Post Sunday 18 Nov 2018
Word following 'Able was I ...' New York Times 13 Nov 2018
Before, to a poet Family Time 11 Nov 2018
It sounds like 12 Down Newsday 09 Nov 2018
"... ___ he drove out of sight ..." Universal 07 Nov 2018
Prior to, poetically USA Today 06 Nov 2018
Before, years ago Family Time 04 Nov 2018
''Macbeth'' preposition Newsday 02 Nov 2018
Before in Cinderella? Universal 29 Oct 2018
Before in "there" Universal 24 Oct 2018
Literary preposition Newsday 18 Oct 2018
Sooner than, in odes Premier Sunday 14 Oct 2018
Poet's 'prior to' USA Today 13 Oct 2018
Everest center? Family Time 07 Oct 2018
''Borne hither, __ all eludes me'': Whitman Newsday 06 Oct 2018
Ahead of, old-style New York Times 29 Sep 2018
Before, old Universal 29 Sep 2018
Before, for poets Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2018
Earlier, in 1550 Universal 22 Sep 2018
Homophone of 'heir' USA Today 20 Sep 2018
"How long will a man lie i' the earth ___ he rot?": "Hamlet" The New Yorker 10 Sep 2018
Ahead of, poetically Wall Street Journal 06 Sep 2018
Prior to, poetically LA Times Daily 03 Sep 2018
Prior to, poetically The Washington Post 03 Sep 2018
"Afore" kin Universal 02 Sep 2018
Poetic preposition New York Times 23 Aug 2018
'Thanks in old age - thanks ___ I go': Whitman New York Times 19 Aug 2018
Prior, in poems Universal 13 Aug 2018
It comes before long New York Times 11 Aug 2018
"... ___ he rode out of sight ..." Family Time 06 Aug 2018
Before of yore Universal 03 Aug 2018
Previously, way-old Universal 01 Aug 2018
''Look __ ye leap'' Newsday 27 Jul 2018
Poet's preposition Newsday 26 Jul 2018
''...was I ___ I saw...'' Family Time 23 Jul 2018
"... ___ he drove out of ..." Universal 21 Jul 2018
'... exclaim, __ he drove out of sight': Moore The Washington Post 21 Jul 2018
"... exclaim, __ he drove out of sight": Moore LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2018
'Take heed, ___ summer comes ...': Shak The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Jul 2018
Before, to a bard Wall Street Journal 18 Jul 2018
Before, way old Universal 06 Jul 2018
Now or long lead-in The Washington Post 02 Jul 2018
Now or long lead-in LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2018
Way-old "before" Universal 02 Jul 2018
Old "before" Universal 26 Jun 2018
Before in there? Universal 25 Jun 2018
Before, romantically Universal 20 Jun 2018
Dickinson preposition Newsday 15 Jun 2018
Emily Dickinson's "We shun it ___ it comes" The New Yorker 11 Jun 2018
Old intro to "long" or "now" Family Time 11 Jun 2018
Before in here? Universal 09 Jun 2018
Now or long lead-in New York Times 09 Jun 2018
Monosyllabic alternative for 'afore' The Chronicle of Higher Education 08 Jun 2018
'That will be ___ the set of sun' (line from the first scene of 'Macbeth') New York Times 05 Jun 2018
Ode preposition The Washington Post 03 Jun 2018
Ode preposition LA Times Daily 03 Jun 2018
''Ended, __ it begun'' (Dickinson poem) Newsday 19 May 2018
Before, once Universal 17 May 2018
Before, in ballades Wall Street Journal 16 May 2018
Poetic before Canadiana 14 May 2018
'___ Music's golden tongue / Flatter'd to tears this aged man ...': Keats New York Times 06 May 2018
Quaint ''before'' Newsday 29 Apr 2018
Sonneteer's preposition The Washington Post Sunday 29 Apr 2018
'But I heard him exclaim, ___ he ...' New York Times 17 Apr 2018
Poetic preposition before 'now' or 'long' The Washington Post 17 Apr 2018
Poetic preposition before "now" or "long" LA Times Daily 17 Apr 2018
Ancestor of "pre" Universal 15 Apr 2018
Outer ears center? Universal 10 Apr 2018
Here's middle? Family Time 08 Apr 2018
Before, way back Universal 07 Apr 2018
'Able was I ___ . . .' USA Today 07 Apr 2018
Center of differences? Universal 05 Apr 2018
Literary 'before' Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2018
Before, in ballads The Washington Post 29 Mar 2018
Cockney roll call answer Universal 29 Mar 2018
Before, in ballads LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2018
Aforetime Universal 17 Mar 2018
Before, in old poetry Family Time 11 Mar 2018
Before in adherence? Universal 02 Mar 2018
Way-old before Universal 26 Feb 2018
''Be careful __ ye enter in . . .'': Keats Newsday 24 Feb 2018
Yore's before Universal 21 Feb 2018
Hostile reaction center? Universal 19 Feb 2018
Before, old-style Family Time 18 Feb 2018
Poetic 'prior to' Premier Sunday 18 Feb 2018
Before (in time) The Times Concise 08 Feb 2018
Old prefix with "long" or "now" Family Time 29 Jan 2018
Poetic palindrome Newsday 28 Jan 2018
Poet's palindrome USA Today 21 Jan 2018
'Listen ___!' (Cockney cry) New York Times 18 Jan 2018
Before, if you're 475 Universal 11 Jan 2018
"Pre" relative of old Universal 09 Jan 2018
Poetic "before"
"... exclaim, __ he drove out of sight": Moore
Before, in ballads
Now or long lead-in
Ode preposition
Palindromic "before"
Poetic preposition before "now" or "long"
Prior to, poetically
Before in adherence?
Before in Cinderella?
Before in "there"
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba" Family Time 01 Jan 2018
Monosyllabic alternative for "afore"
"Take heed, ___ summer comes ...": Shak.
Ahead of, poetically
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he ..."
"Listen ___!" (Cockney cry)
"Thanks in old age - thanks ___ I go": Whitman
"That will be ___ the set of sun" (line from the first scene of "Macbeth")
"___ Music's golden tongue / Flatter'd to tears this aged man ...": Keats
'Fore
Afore
Ancestor of "pre"
"Pre" relative of old
"Afore" kin
"... ___ he drove out of sight ..."
"... ___ he drove out of ..."
Ahead of, old-style
Before, poetically
Literary "before"
Before, to a bard
Before, quaintly
Before, poetically
Before, in poems
Before, in ballades
Before, for poets
Ahead of, poetically
"Lightning tingles, hovering ___ it strike": Shelley
Word following "Able was I ..."
Poetic preposition
Now or long lead-in
Prior to, poetically
Poetic preposition
Poet's palindrome
Poet's "prior to"
Homophone of "heir"
It comes before long
Before, to poets
Yore's before
Way-old before
Way-old "before"
Prior, in poems
Previously, way-old
Outer ears center?
Old "before"
Literary "before"
Hostile reaction center?
Earlier, in 1550
Cockney roll call answer
Center of differences?
Before, way-old
Before, way old
Before, way back
Before, romantically
Before, once
Before, old
Before, if you're 475
Before of yore
Before of old
Before in there?
Before in here?
Prior, once Universal 27 Dec 2017
'I heard him exclaim, -- he drove out of sight ...' Premier Sunday 24 Dec 2017
Prior, old-style Universal 23 Dec 2017
"Present," to a cockney USA Today 19 Dec 2017
"... ___ I saw Elba" Universal 17 Dec 2017
Before, to Byron Universal 15 Dec 2017
Before, long ago Family Time 11 Dec 2017
'Fore Premier Sunday 10 Dec 2017
Preposition in odes USA Today 30 Nov 2017
Before, in old poems Jonesin 28 Nov 2017
Poetic palindrome LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2017
Poetic palindrome The Washington Post 27 Nov 2017
Poetic palindrome USA Today 25 Nov 2017
Previous to, poetically LA Times Daily 10 Nov 2017
Sovereign center? Universal 10 Nov 2017
Previous to, poetically The Washington Post 10 Nov 2017
"___ I saw Elba ..." Universal 08 Nov 2017
''That will be __ the set of sun'': ''Macbeth'' Newsday 06 Nov 2017
Before, centuries ago Family Time 05 Nov 2017
In advance of New York Times 03 Nov 2017
Conjunction in the middle of a famous palindrome New York Times 24 Oct 2017
Homophone for "air" Family Time 22 Oct 2017
Prior's 'prior to' The Washington Post Sunday 15 Oct 2017
Poetic homophone of "air" USA Today 10 Oct 2017
Bard's "before" USA Today 07 Oct 2017
Before, a long time ago Family Time 25 Sep 2017
Quaint "before" LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2017
Quaint 'before' The Washington Post 24 Sep 2017
Word that sounds like a Brontë heroine Newsday 22 Sep 2017
"... was I ___ I saw Elba" Family Time 17 Sep 2017
Before Universal 17 Sep 2017
Shakespearean "before" Universal 15 Sep 2017
Center of preferences? Universal 12 Sep 2017
Palindromic conjunction Universal 05 Sep 2017
Old-style "before" Universal 01 Sep 2017
Long intro Newsday 26 Aug 2017
Before, poetically Thomas Joseph 18 Aug 2017
Odist's ''before'' Newsday 17 Aug 2017
Poet's palindromic preposition Universal 16 Aug 2017
Palindromic "before" Universal 15 Aug 2017
"Present!" to a Cockney Universal 09 Aug 2017
Homonym for ''air'' Newsday 06 Aug 2017
Prior to, of old poetry Universal 04 Aug 2017
'___ Fancy has been quelled': Longfellow New York Times 22 Jul 2017
It was once attached to long Family Time 16 Jul 2017
Word of relative time LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2017
Word of relative time The Washington Post 08 Jul 2017
"Look ___ ye leap" Universal 02 Jul 2017
Center of Napoleon's palindrome USA Today 01 Jul 2017
Afore Universal 28 Jun 2017
Preposition in Napoleon's palindrome USA Today 25 Jun 2017
Bit of poetry from Cinderella Newsday 24 Jun 2017
Present that's not been opened before The Times Cryptic 22 Jun 2017
Previously, previously Universal 13 Jun 2017
"Before," in old poetry Universal 05 Jun 2017
Byron's "before" LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2017
Byron's 'before' The Washington Post 04 Jun 2017
Before, in palindromes Universal 01 Jun 2017
Palindromic "before" USA Today 14 May 2017
It meant before, before we used before Universal 13 May 2017
Before, to a 44 Across Newsday 09 May 2017
"Now" or "long" starter, once Universal 09 May 2017
Before, to a poet Wall Street Journal 08 May 2017
Formerly, to a bard Family Time 07 May 2017
What may be seen before long LA Times Daily 06 May 2017
What may be seen before long The Washington Post 06 May 2017
Poetic adverb The Washington Post 04 May 2017
Poetic adverb LA Times Daily 04 May 2017
Yukon cape, or royal ruler Canadiana 01 May 2017
Earlier in time, a long time ago Universal 01 May 2017
In advance of, archaically Wall Street Journal 20 Apr 2017
"Able was I ___ I saw ... " Universal 17 Apr 2017
Bard's "soon" Universal 15 Apr 2017
Air homophone that's a palindrome Universal 13 Apr 2017
". . . ___ I saw Elba" USA Today 09 Apr 2017
Yore's "before" Universal 05 Apr 2017
"... heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ..." Universal 26 Mar 2017
Earlier, earlier Universal 20 Mar 2017
Before, to bards Newsday 19 Mar 2017
Old conjunction Universal 10 Mar 2017
What you may see before long Newsday 10 Mar 2017
Before, in odes The Washington Post 07 Mar 2017
Poet's preposition Family Time 26 Feb 2017
Three things here and there have in common? Family Time 20 Feb 2017
Prior to, to bards USA Today 20 Feb 2017
Poetic contraction Universal 18 Feb 2017
Poet's palindrome Jonesin 14 Feb 2017
"Before" of old Universal 10 Feb 2017
Poetic "previously" Family Time 29 Jan 2017
Prior to, in rhyme USA Today 28 Jan 2017
Before, to Byron New York Times 23 Jan 2017
Romantic poetry's "before" Universal 23 Jan 2017
Before, in old poetry Universal 18 Jan 2017
'I Guess ___ Rather Be in Colorado' (John Denver song) The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Jan 2017
Before, to Byron Family Time 09 Jan 2017
Before, for Shakespeare The Washington Post 06 Jan 2017
'Thanks in old age - thanks ___ I go': Walt Whitman New York Times 06 Jan 2017
Poetic contraction
'Fore
Byron's "before"
Poetic adverb
Poetic palindrome
Previous to, poetically
Quaint "before"
What may be seen before long
Word of relative time
"Thanks in old age - thanks ___ I go": Walt Whitman
"___ Fancy has been quelled": Longfellow
Before, to Byron
Conjunction in the middle of a famous palindrome
In advance of
"... ___ I saw Elba"
"... heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ..."
"Able was I ___ I saw ... "
"Before" of old
"Before," in old poetry
"Look ___ ye leap"
"Now" or "long" starter, once
"Present!" to a Cockney
"___ I saw Elba ..."
Afore
Air homophone that's a palindrome
Bard's "soon"
Before
Before, in old poetry
Before, in palindromes
Before, to Byron
Center of preferences?
Earlier in time, a long time ago
Earlier, earlier
It meant before, before we used before
Old conjunction
Old-style "before"
Palindromic "before"
Palindromic conjunction
Poet's palindromic preposition
Previously, previously
Prior to, of old poetry
Prior, old-style
Prior, once
Shakespearean "before"
Sovereign center?
Yore's "before"
"Present," to a cockney
Center of Napoleon's palindrome
Palindromic "before"
Poetic homophone of "air"
Poetic palindrome
Preposition in Napoleon's palindrome
Preposition in odes
Prior to, in rhyme
Prior to, to bards
Before, in poetry of old Universal 01 Jan 2017
Before, in poetry of old
Before, in romantic poetry
Before melody is heard The Times Cryptic 27 Dec 2016
Old-style homophone of "air" Universal 27 Dec 2016
Poetic word of order LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2016
Center of the "Elba" palindrome Universal 21 Dec 2016
Previous to, to Dickinson LA Times Daily 20 Dec 2016
Before, in odes LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2016
Before of yore The Washington Post 16 Dec 2016
Before, to and fro Universal 11 Dec 2016
Prior to, to poets Family Time 11 Dec 2016
'Maid of Athens, ___ we part ...' The Chronicle of Higher Education 09 Dec 2016
Older than old-school "before" Universal 08 Dec 2016
Previously used by poets? Wall Street Journal 26 Nov 2016
'Ended, ___ it begun' (Emily Dickinson poem) New York Times 24 Nov 2016
Before, in old poems Universal 19 Nov 2016
"Able was I ___ ..." Universal 17 Nov 2016
Sooner than, in sonnets USA Today 03 Nov 2016
Before, of yore Universal 01 Nov 2016
'... ___ he drove out of sight' New York Times 16 Oct 2016
Not following Newsday 15 Oct 2016
Long introduction of yore? Universal 15 Oct 2016
Before, long before now Universal 06 Oct 2016
Before, in romantic poetry Universal 05 Oct 2016
Before (literary) The Telegraph Quick 03 Oct 2016
Preceding Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2016
"___ he drove out of sight..." Universal 23 Sep 2016
Before (poetic) The Telegraph Quick 21 Sep 2016
Up until, in poetry New York Times 03 Sep 2016
Before, to poets of old Universal 21 Aug 2016
"Prior to," poetically Family Time 15 Aug 2016
Poetic preposition The Washington Post 04 Aug 2016
Emily Dickinson's 'Ended, ___ it begun' New York Times 30 Jul 2016
Poetic preposition LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2016
Before, before Family Time 17 Jul 2016
Before, to a poet New York Times 13 Jul 2016
Browning's 'before' Jonesin 12 Jul 2016
Before, to poets Family Time 11 Jul 2016
Poet's 'prior to' The Washington Post 07 Jul 2016
Long start, of old Universal 23 Jun 2016
"I heard him exclaim ___ he drove ..." Universal 16 Jun 2016
Before, to a bard USA Today 13 Jun 2016
Archaic "before" Universal 07 Jun 2016
Before, to Keats Family Time 06 Jun 2016
Poetric contraction Canadiana 06 Jun 2016
"And Venus sets __ Mercury can rise": Pope LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2016
"Before" to poets of old Family Time 29 May 2016
It sounds like "air" Family Time 23 May 2016
Before, to Emerson Canadiana 16 May 2016
Byronic 'before' Premier Sunday 15 May 2016
'___ on my bed my limbs I lay' (line from Coleridge) New York Times 13 May 2016
Poet's "previously" LA Times Daily 13 May 2016
Middle of a famous palindrome The Washington Post 08 May 2016
Before, to Byron Thomas Joseph 03 May 2016
"... __ I saw Elba" Universal 25 Apr 2016
It sounds like ''air'' Newsday 21 Apr 2016
'Meet me ___ the first cock crow': Oberon Wall Street Journal 21 Apr 2016
Before, in verse Premier Sunday 17 Apr 2016
Quaint preposition The Washington Post 05 Apr 2016
Poetic "previous to" LA Times Daily 01 Apr 2016
Preceding, poetically Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2016
Before, old-style New York Times 16 Mar 2016
'Maid of Athens, ___ we part' (Byron poem) The Washington Post 16 Mar 2016
At this point, to Andy Capp The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 Mar 2016
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba" USA Today 09 Mar 2016
Before, to Blake Canadiana 07 Mar 2016
Before of yore USA Today 04 Mar 2016
Reference center? USA Today 03 Mar 2016
Previously, in poems USA Today 29 Feb 2016
Before, to Keats Jonesin 23 Feb 2016
Prior, to poets Universal 21 Feb 2016
In advance of Premier Sunday 21 Feb 2016
Odist's preposition The Washington Post 20 Feb 2016
Before, as written by poets USA Today 15 Feb 2016
"Before" in old poems USA Today 05 Feb 2016
Before, in a syllable Family Time 01 Feb 2016
Literary "before" USA Today 23 Jan 2016
Before, back and forth Universal 21 Jan 2016
___ long (poetic "soon") USA Today 21 Jan 2016
Formerly, to a poet The Washington Post 19 Jan 2016
Long lead-in of old Universal 18 Jan 2016
". . . ___ he drove out of sight . . ." USA Today 18 Jan 2016
Before, in palindromes USA Today 14 Jan 2016
Prior to, poetically New York Times 11 Jan 2016
"Able was I ___ . . ." USA Today 09 Jan 2016
Before, of yore The Washington Post 07 Jan 2016
Before, in verse Eugene Sheffer 06 Jan 2016
Before, back and forth
Older than old-school "before"
Old-style homophone of "air"
Long start, of old
Long lead-in of old
Long introduction of yore?
Center of the "Elba" palindrome
Before, to poets of old
Before, long before now
Archaic "before"
"___ he drove out of sight..."
"I heard him exclaim ___ he drove ..."
"... ___ he drove out of sight"
At this point, to Andy Capp
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part ..."
"... ___ he drove out of sight"
"Ended, ___ it begun" (Emily Dickinson poem)
Before, to a poet
Emily Dickinson's "Ended, ___ it begun"
Prior to, poetically
Up until, in poetry
Previous to, to Dickinson
Poetic word of order
Poetic preposition
Poet's "previously"
Before, to Byron
"And Venus sets __ Mercury can rise": Pope
___ long (poetic "soon")
Literary "before"
Before, to a bard
Before, in palindromes
Before, as written by poets
Before of yore
"Before" in old poems
"Able was I ___ . . ."
". . . ___ he drove out of sight . . ."
Before, to Shelley Universal 31 Dec 2015
Poetic 'before' Eugene Sheffer 16 Dec 2015
"I feel thee __ I see thy face": Keats LA Times Daily 12 Dec 2015
Homophone for ''air'' Newsday 10 Dec 2015
'___ we extinguish sight and speech': Browning The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Dec 2015
Burns's 'before' New York Times 29 Nov 2015
Poetic before USA Today 28 Nov 2015
Keatsian preposition The Washington Post 26 Nov 2015
Before, in poetry Thomas Joseph 25 Nov 2015
Before, in poesy Universal 23 Nov 2015
''A little __ the mightiest Julius fell'': ''Hamlet'' Newsday 21 Nov 2015
Before, for a bard Universal 19 Nov 2015
Before, of yore LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2015
Previously used in poetry Family Time 16 Nov 2015
Previous to, in poesy USA Today 16 Nov 2015
Previously, to Chaucer USA Today 29 Oct 2015
Before, in odes USA Today 26 Oct 2015
'Lord, We Ask Thee ___ We Part' (hymn) New York Times 25 Oct 2015
Before, of yore USA Today 21 Oct 2015
Before to Browning Canadiana 19 Oct 2015
Center of reverence? Universal 14 Oct 2015
Prior to, poetically Premier Sunday 04 Oct 2015
You might see it before long Newsday 02 Oct 2015
Bard's preposition New York Times 30 Sep 2015
'Before' to poets of old Jonesin 29 Sep 2015
"Take heed, __ summer comes ... ": Shak LA Times Daily 26 Sep 2015
Before, for poets Jonesin 24 Sep 2015
Before, old-style USA Today 21 Sep 2015
Middle of a famed palindrome Universal 18 Sep 2015
"You shall hear more __ morning": "Measure for Measure" LA Times Daily 18 Sep 2015
Before, before USA Today 16 Sep 2015
". . . ___ he drove out of sight . . ." USA Today 11 Sep 2015
Before. poetically Wall Street Journal 11 Sep 2015
Sonnet preposition LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2015
''Night Before Christmas'' preposition Newsday 28 Aug 2015
Versifier's "before" Universal 26 Aug 2015
Previously, in poems Universal 19 Aug 2015
Before, in odes Universal 16 Aug 2015
Prior to Eugene Sheffer 12 Aug 2015
Poet's palindrome Wall Street Journal 07 Aug 2015
Afore Newsday 02 Aug 2015
Before, poetically USA Today 01 Aug 2015
Poet's 'before' Jonesin 30 Jul 2015
"___ he drove out of sight ..." Universal 29 Jul 2015
Earlier than Eugene Sheffer 24 Jul 2015
Literary "before" Family Time 19 Jul 2015
Lyrical before LA Times Daily 15 Jul 2015
Before, either way you look at it Universal 07 Jul 2015
Palindromic poetry preposition Jonesin 07 Jul 2015
Obsolete "before" USA Today 02 Jul 2015
Middle of 14 Across's palindrome The Chronicle of Higher Education 26 Jun 2015
Quaint preposition LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2015
Homophone for heir Newsday 12 Jun 2015
Afore The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Jun 2015
Afore USA Today 09 Jun 2015
Poetic palindrome New York Times 03 Jun 2015
Palindromic preposition of old USA Today 01 Jun 2015
Poetic conjunction USA Today 30 May 2015
Barely achieve (with "out") Family Time 25 May 2015
Before, in poetry Premier Sunday 24 May 2015
Before, in verse USA Today 21 May 2015
Before, in poetry USA Today 20 May 2015
Earlier, to the Bard Universal 17 May 2015
Cockney's roll-call answer Universal 09 May 2015
Before, to bards Universal 04 May 2015
Poor Richard's preposition Newsday 02 May 2015
Old-style "heir" homophone USA Today 02 Apr 2015
Before, back and forth USA Today 01 Apr 2015
Previous to Eugene Sheffer 26 Mar 2015
Poetic "before" USA Today 22 Mar 2015
Preceding Eugene Sheffer 20 Mar 2015
"___ he drove out of sight . . ." USA Today 10 Mar 2015
Odist's before Canadiana 23 Feb 2015
Before, to bards Family Time 16 Feb 2015
Before New York Times 15 Feb 2015
Poet's 'prior to' New York Times 08 Feb 2015
Beret's center? USA Today 07 Feb 2015
Old syllable meaning "before" Universal 05 Feb 2015
''Visit from St. Nicholas'' preposition Newsday 31 Jan 2015
Bardic before LA Times Daily 29 Jan 2015
Prior, poetically Family Time 18 Jan 2015
Poetic preposition Wall Street Journal 16 Jan 2015
Previously used by Shakespeare? Universal 05 Jan 2015
Ahead of, once New York Times 03 Jan 2015
Bard's preposition
"Night Before Christmas" preposition
Afore
Before, in poems
You might see it before long
Poor Richard's preposition
Poetic preposition
Poetic "before"
Poet's "before"
It sounds like "air"
Homophone for heir
Homophone for "air"
Before, to bards
Before, in verse
Before, in poetry
This may appear before long
"Lord, We Ask Thee ___ We Part" (hymn)
Ahead of, once
Before
Burns's "before"
Poet's "prior to"
Poetic palindrome
"Visit from St. Nicholas" preposition
Homophone for "heir"
Afore
Before, in poetry
Poetic 'prior to'
Previous to
Prior to, poetically
"Before" of yore
"... __ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
"___ he drove out of sight ..."
Before, either way you look at it
Before, for a bard
Before, in odes
Before, in poesy
Before, to Shelley
Before, to bards
Center of reverence?
Cockney's roll-call answer
Earlier, to the Bard
Middle of a famed palindrome
Old syllable meaning "before"
Previously used by Shakespeare?
Previously, in poems
Versifier's "before"
Before, in verse
"Nay, 'twill be this hour ___ I have done weeping" (Shak.)
" ... ___ he drove out of sight ... "
Archaic conjunction
Before, in verse
Before, old-style
Before, to Kipling
Keatsian preposition
Long lead-in
Poetic preposition
Prior to, poetically
Quaint "before"
Sooner than, poetically
Before, in verse
Before, to bards
Previously, in poetry
". . . ___ he drove out of sight . . ."
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
"___ he drove out of sight . . ."
Afore
Before, back and forth
Before, before
Before, in odes
Before, in poetry
Before, in verse
Before, of yore
Before, old-style
Before, poetically
Beret's center?
Obsolete "before"
Old-style "heir" homophone
Palindromic preposition of old
Poetic "before"
Poetic before
Poetic conjunction
Previous to, in poesy
Previously, in poems
Previously, to Chaucer
"I feel thee __ I see thy face": Keats
"Take heed, __ summer comes ... ": Shak.
"You shall hear more __ morning": "Measure for Measure"
Bardic before
Before, of yore
Before, in poetry
Lyrical before
Quaint preposition
Sonnet preposition
"Meet me ___ the first cock crow": Oberon
Before. poetically
Poet's palindrome
Poetic preposition
"___ we extinguish sight and speech": Browning
Afore
Middle of 14 Across's palindrome
"A little __ the mightiest Julius fell": "Hamlet"
"Look __ ye leap"
Prior to
Sooner than, poetically
Lyrical "before"
Cockney location word
Before, to a bard
Poet's preposition
Homophone for air
Before, to a sonneteer
"Take heed, __ summer comes ...": Shakespeare
"___ I forsook the crowded solitude": Wordsworth
Odist's preposition
Palindrome word
Deco-rated designer?
Before, poetically
Before, to Frost
"Before" in only one syllable
Archaic preposition
Palindromic preposition
"... __ he drove out of sight ..."
Before, for a bard
Long intro?
Before, to the Bard
"___ fancy you consult, consult your purse": Franklin
"We shun it ___ it comes": Dickinson
"And look thou meet me ___ the first cock crow" (Oberon, to Puck)
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part": Byron
Prior's prior
Poet's "before"
Palindromic preposition
It comes before long
Prior to, in poems
Prior's "prior"
Reference center?
Bard's "before"
Before, in a 51 Across
Before, poetically
It sounds like "heir"
Kipling preposition
Old-style "prior to"
Preposition with multiple homonyms
Literary preposition
Long introduction
Before, bard-style
" ... __ he drove out of sight ..."
" ... __ he drove out of sight ... "
"___ the bat hath flown" ("Macbeth")
Bardic preposition
Before, before
Before, in bygone times
Before, in sonnets
Before, poetically
Before, to Browning
Before, to Byron
"... was I ___ I saw Elba"
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
Bard's preposition
Before, in verses
Before, long ago
Before, of yore
Before, to a poet
Kipling preposition
Lead-in for "long" or "now"
Obsolescent preposition
Palindromic preposition
Poet's preposition
Poetic "previously"
Prior to, to poets
Prior, to poets
Two-way poetic preposition
". . . ___ he rode out of sight"
Before, to Blake
Before, in poems
Before, in odes
Ahead of, in verse
Sonnet preposition
Before, poetically
"Let us part, __ the season of passion forget us": Yeats
"A little __ the mightiest Julius fell": Horatio
Bard's preposition
Lyrical preposition
"... __ the hot sun count / His dewy rosary ...": Keats
"... __ I saw Elba"
"... ___ he drove out of sight ..."
Bard's "before"
"...___ he drove out of sight..."
Before
In advance of
Poet's 'before'
"Inconstancy falls off ___ it begins": Shak.
"Before" to poets of old
"Now" or "long" preceder
Before of the past
Before, in a sonnet
Before, to an odist
Before, to poets of old
Homophone for "air"
I-I connector of palindromic fame
Old intro to "long" or "now"
Poetic "prior"
Preposition before "now"
Preposition in old poetry
Preposition in poetry
Prior to, to a poet
Prior, prior to now
Word between I's in a noted palindrome
You might see it before long?
"Now" or "long" preceder
Obsolete "before"
Old preposition
Old word meaning "before"
Poetic adverb
Preposition in poetry
Prior to, to a poet
Prior, prior
Well-known palindrome's middle
Word between I's in a famous palindrome
"Let us part, ___ the season of passion forget us": Yeats
Before, in poems
Preceding
Quaint "before"
Prior to, to Prior
Previous to
Poet's synonym for 25-Across
Before, to a poet
'fore
Present, Cockney-style
"... ___ he drove out of sight ..."
"... ___ he drove out of sight"
"... thou must leave ___ long" (Sonnet 73)
"___ he drove out of sight ..."
Before, in poetry
Before, of yore
Before, to Yeats
In advance of, in verse
It may come before long
Lyrical "before"
Palindromic "before"
Palindromic poetic preposition
Palindromic, poetic preposition
Poet's palindrome
Prior to, in odes
Poet's before
Browning's "before"
Before, in poems
Before, before
Afore
"Listen, ___ the sound be fled": Longfellow
Before, in sonnets
Before, to Kipling
Before, in poesy
Before, poetically
Poetical preposition
Lead-in to now
Wordsworth's "__ With Cold Beads of Midnight Dew"
"We shun it ___ it comes": Emily Dickinson
Up 'til
Sooner than
Prior to, in poems
Palindromic 'before'
Before, to Kipling
Browning's "before"
Poet's before
Poetic time reference
Present, Cockney-style
Previous to
Prior to, to Prior
Before, in verses
Bard's 'before'
'Fore
". . . ___ he drove out of sight"
Homonym for "air"
What's been written before now?
Sooner than, to a sonneteer
Middle of a Napoleonic palindrome
You might have seen it before now
Prior to, poetically
"Catch, __ she change . . ." Pope
". . . __ he drove out of sight"
"Able was I ___ I ..."
"Before" of long before
"Before" to poets of old
Afore's poetic cousin
Bard's "prior to"
Before of the past
Before, before before
Before, in sonnets
Before, old school
It may come before "long"
It may come before long?
Sooner than, to a bard
Poetic preposition
It may come before long
Old start for "now" or "long"
Palindromic conjunction
Palindromic poetry preposition
Poet Prior's "prior"
Shakespearean preposition
Long preceder
Old word meaning "before"
Old long introduction?
Poet's palindromic "before"
Previously, in literature class
Prior to, to Prior
Stanza writer's "before"
"... __ he drove out of sight"
"I kiss'd thee __ I kill'd thee": Othello
Cockney's "in this place"
Prior to
Sooner than, to a bard
Vague time frame indicator
Formerly, to a poet
Byron's "before"
Before, to Shakespeare
Before, to Browning
Before, in one syllable
Before, before we used "before"
Palindromic preposition
Keatsian preposition
Poetic "before"
Prior to
"I kiss'd thee ___ I kill'd thee": Othello
Odist's "before"
Prior to, in verse
Before
Word between I's in a palindrome
Two-way poetic preposition
Before, a long time ago
Prior to, to Prior
Poetic, palindromic preposition
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight . . ."
"___ I saw Elba"
Prior to, to Prior
Prior to, in a sonnet
Before, to a sonneteer
Before, in verse
Prior, to poets
Prior to, in poetry
Prior to, in poems
Poet Prior's "prior"
". . . __ thou and peace may meet": Shelley
"... __ he drove out of sight"
Byron's "before"
"... ___ he rode out of sight ..."
Before, in a sonnet
Versifier's preposition
Afore's poetic cousin
Poetic word for "before"
Before, in ballads
Vague time frame indicator
"Maid of Athens, __ we part . . .": Byron
"Blood hath been shed ___ now": Macbeth
". . . ___ he drove out of sight"
"___ midnight's frown and morning's smile..." (Shelley)
Before, in an old syllable
Prior to, poetically
Poet Prior's "prior"
You may see it before long
Afore
Palindromic poetic preposition
Lyrical preposition
In advance of
Hitherto
Before, to a poet
Bard's "before"
Ahead of, to a bard
" ___ I saw Elba"
"... __ he drove out of sight"
"I kiss'd thee __ I kill'd thee": Othello
Before, in rhyme
Before, to Frost
Before, to Shakespeare
Byron's "before"
Middle of the "Able... Elba" palindrome
Ahead of, in verse
"Able was I ___ ..."
Earlier, in a poem
Old long introduction?
Before, in ballads
Before, poetically
Before, to a bard
Poetic preposition
Prior to
Prior to, in verse
Before, to Byron
"... was I ___ I saw ..."
Before, bard-style
Before, to the Bard
Obsolete preposition
Outmoded preposition meaning "before"
Prior to, in poetry
Reference center?
Syllable-saving poetic word
Previous to, in verse
Poetic "previously"
Poetic preposition
Poetic palindrome
Poet's preposition
"___ thou and peace may meet": Shelley
Preposition used by Marlowe
Poetic time reference
Poet's preposition
Poet's "before"
Long beginning?
Before, to Shakespeare
Before, in verse
"... __ we extinguish sight and speech": Browning
"__ pales in Heaven the morning star": Lowell
Before
Before, in an ode
Before, to Shakespeare
Long beginning?
Poet's "before"
Sonnet preposition
Prior to, in sonnets
". . . ___ he rode out of sight . . ."
"Look ___ ye leap"
Before, in the past
Before, once
Before, to poets
It sounds like "air"
Long beginning?
Old syllable meaning "before"
Poet's "before"
Poet's palindromic "before"
Rather than, in poetry
Prior to, in poetry
Prior to, in 67-Downs
Previous to, in odes
Before, to a poet
Before, in an ode
Before
"__ pales in Heaven the morning star": Lowell
"... __ we extinguish sight and speech": Browning
Prior to
"___ frost-flower and snow-blossom faded ...": Swinburne
"Able was I ___ ..."
Before, to bards
Palindromic preposition of poetry
Pope preposition
Previously, in a 19th century literature class
"__ fancy you consult, consult your purse": Franklin
Palindromic preposition
"I heard him exclaim ___ he drove ..."
"I kissed thee ___ I killed thee" ("Othello" quote)
Afore
Ahead of, in verse
Bard's preposition
Before of yore
Before, for a bard
Before, to Shakespeare
Literary preposition
Palindrome for poets
Palindromic conjunction
Before, bardically
Preposition of yore
Prior, in poesy
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove . . ."
Long lead-in
Before, to Keats
Bard's preposition
Bard's "prior to"
Bard's "before"
Before, to Keats
Palindromic preposition
"I kissed thee __ I killed thee": "Othello"
Before, to Burns
Before, to Shelley
". . . a little ___ the mightiest Julius fell": Shak.
"Into the brain __ one can think": Keats
Bard's preposition
Before, to and fro
Bard's "prior to"
Before
Before, of yore
Obsolete preposition
Prepositional palindrome
Preceding, in poetry
Not there, to 11-Down
Homophone of 25-Across
Palindromic preposition
Ahead of, in verse
Two-way preposition
Lyrical preposition
Before, to Byron
Prior, to Prior
Reversible preposition
Palindromic "before"
Bard's "prior to"
Stanza writer's "before"
Word between I's in a famous palindrome
Reversible "before"
Poetic preposition most puzzlemakers are tired of writing clues for
Poetic preposition
Prior to, in an ode
Shakespearean preposition
It can appear before long
Homophone for "air"
Before, in a poem
Poetic preposition
Ahead of, in verse
Odic preposition
Before, to Hamlet
Before, palindromically
Before, earlier
Before
Afore's cousin
Before, in a syllable
"I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight ..."
"Heir" homophone
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ..."
"Before" of yore
Sooner than, in poetry
Poet's preposition
Literary "before"
It can appear before long
Ahead of, in poetry
Long intro?
"Maid of Athens, ___ We Part" (Byron poem)
Before, palindromically
Prior to, in verse
"We'll teach you to drink deep ___ you depart": Hamlet
Earlier than
"We shun it ___ it comes": Emily Dickinson
"___ fancy you consult, consult your purse": Benjamin Franklin
Prepositional palindrome
Preceding, in poetry
Long lead-in
Bardic preposition
Up until
". . . ___ my Romeo comes?"
Reversible preposition
Preposition before now
"I hope to see London once ___ I die": Shak.
Versifier's preposition
Byron's 'before'
Before, to Shelley
Before, to Burns
Famous palindrome center
Before, long ago
Before, poetically
Before, in poems
Before, to a bard
Bard's "before"
Anteceding
Before, earlier
"... ___ my Romeo comes"
"___ the bat hath flown / His cloister'd flight ...": Macbeth
"And look before you ___ you leap" (Samuel Butler)
Poetic palindrome
"... ___ he drove out of sight"
Long introduction?
Poet's preposition
Byronian "before"
Sonnet preposition
Prior to, poetically
Poetic "before"
Before, to bards
Before, of yore
Before, in poetry
Before, to bards
Before, of yore
Predating
Before
Antedating
Before, backward and forward
Palindromic poetic preposition
"Drink deep ___ you depart" (Hamlet)
Before, to a bard
Well-known palindrome's middle
Predating, in poetry
Prior's "prior"
Sooner than, in poetry
Syllable-saving preposition
Long introduction?
Before, in a ballade
Bard's before
"___ upon my bed I lay me": Longfellow
"___ I let fall the windows of mine eyes": Shak.
Outmoded preposition
Prior to, to poets
Previous to, in verse
Bardic before
Afore
Poet's "prior to"
Preceding
Rather than, in poetry
Palindrome middle
"___ on my bed my limbs I lay" (Coleridge)
Prior to, previously
Keats's "before"
Prior to, in rhyme
Preposition used by bards
Ahead of, in verse
"___ thy fair light had fled": Shelley
Before, either way
Before, to poets
Before, to the bard
Pre-, poetically
Before, either way
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he ..."
Before, in odes
Poet's palindrome word
Long beginning
It may appear before long
In advance of
Before, to Shakespeare
Before, to Byron
Prior to, in odes
"... __ darkness comes on": Bartram
"... __ those shoes were old": "Hamlet"
Bard's palindrome
Long or now preceder
"Before" of yore
Before, pretentiously
Before, formerly
Middle of a famous palindrome
Prior, to poets
Part of a famous palindrome
Bard's palindrome
Byronic "before"
"Able was I ___..."
"... ___ he drove out of sight ..."
"I kiss'd thee ___ I kill'd thee": Othello
Sonneteer's "before"
Palindrome in poetry
58-Down homonym
"... ___ he rode out of sight"
"Able was I ___ ..."
Byron's "before"
Earlier than
Fore
"Blood hath been shed ___ now": Macbeth
"A little ___ the mightiest Julius fell": Shak.
Afore
Sooner than, in poetry
"... __ those shoes were old": "Hamlet"
"... __ darkness comes on": Bartram
Two-way preposition
58-Down homonym
Earlier than
Byron preposition
Keats's "before"
Poet's "prior to"
Middle of a famous palindrome
I-I connector of palindromic fame
Preceding
Spanish letter two after pe
Prior to, poetically
Poetic preposition
Middle of the "Able ... Elba" palindrome
Haiku preposition
Before, long ago
Before, in ballads
Before, before
Before of yore
Poet Prior's "prior"
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ..."
"Myself was stirring ___ the break of day": Shak.
"___ Sleep Comes Down to Soothe the Weary Eyes" (Dunbar poem)
Poet's before
Bard's preposition
It might come before long
Before, to poets
Browning's 'before'
Poet's preposition
Before
While or long preceder
"... tell them I'll be there ___ long"
Before, a long time ago
Before, for poets
Before, to an odist
Browning's "before"
Cockney's location?
Obsolete palindromic preposition
Palindromist's preposition
Poetic before
Prior, to Poe
Prior to, in poetry
Previous to
Long leader
Byron's before
Center of a famous palindrome
Old poetic conjunction
Bard's before
Before of yore
Before, in verse
Byron's before
Earlier than
Prior to, to Prior
Bard's "before"
Before, before now
Up to, for a poet
Syllable-saving word for a haiku writer
Spanish letter after cu
Reversible "before"
Preposition used by bards
Palindromist's preposition
Palindrome in many a stanza
Byron's before
Before, to poets
Before, to a sonneteer
Before, to Shakespeare
Middle of a Napoleonic palindrome
Long intro
Homonym for air
Air homophone
Versifier's "before"
Preceding, poetically
Poet Prior's "prior"
First word of Swinburne's "March: An Ode"
Byronian "before"
Ahead of, in poems
"__ frost-flower and snow-blossom faded ...": Swinburne
Versifier's preposition
Versifier's "before"
Two-way poetic preposition
Prior to, to Prior
Poetic prior
Long introduction?
Earlier than
Byronic "before"
Before, either way you look at it
"Able was I ___ I saw . . ."
Versifier's "before"
Preceding, poetically
First word of Swinburne's "March: An Ode"
Byronian "before"
Ahead of, in poems
"___ the long roll of the ages end" (start of an old Irish song)
"It will be long ___ the marshes resume" (Robert Frost)
"__ frost-flower and snow-blossom faded ...": Swinburne
Before
Poetic preposition
Before, of yore
"... ___ he drove out of sight"
"... Venus sets __ Mercury can rise": Pope
"For Lycidas is dead, dead ___ his prime": Milton
Poetic 'before'
Palindromic preposition
Old preposition
Before, to the bard
"I hope to see London once ___ I die": "Henry IV, Part 2"
"Maid of Athens, __ we part ...": Byron
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he …"
"Able was I ___ ?"
"Able was I ___ I ..."
'Fore
Bard's preposition
Before, in poetry
Before, in verses
Before, non-iambically
Odist's 'before'
"... Venus sets __ Mercury can rise": Pope
Before, to bards
Prior to, to Prior
Palindromic preposition
Before, to a bard
Afore
Before, to Keats
Poetic preposition
Before, once
Preposition used by Clement Moore
Poetic palindrome
Poet's palindrome
Before, to a bard
Before, in sonnets
Bard's preposition
Stanzaic preposition
Earlier, in a poem
Stanza writer's "before"
Sonnet preposition
Poetic palindrome
Poet's palindromic preposition
Palindromic preposition
"Able was I ___ ..."
"To love that well which thou must leave ___ long"
Before, in ballads
Before, to Burns
Long start?
Poet's palindromic preposition
Lead-in for long
In the time leading up to
Byronic "before"
Browning's "before"
Before, in poems
Poetic adverb
Palindromist's preposition
Palindromic before
Obsolete palindromic preposition
It may appear before long
Browning's before
Blake's "before"
Before, in rhyme
Before, in poesy
Before, in old poems
"Before," in literature
Before, in poems
Long lead-in
Poetic conjunction
Word between I's in a palindrome
Prior to
Poet's word
Palindromic preposition
Palindrome center
"... ___ I saw Elba"
Byron's before
Before, to Burns
Before, to Browning
Before
Bard's before
"Able was I __ ..."
"… ___ he drove out of sight"
"...___ I saw Elba"
"And look before you ___ you leap": Samuel Butler
"Before" of yore
"Blood hath been shed ___ now": "Macbeth"
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part": Byron
Previously
Syllable-saving preposition
"___ Time transfigured me": Yeats
Versifier's preposition
Versifier's preposition
Palindromic preposition
Old preposition
Before, to the bard
"Maid of Athens, __ we part ...": Byron
Poetic palindrome
Before, to the Bard
Before, to a poet
Before, before now
Bard's preposition
Byronic 'before'
"... ___ I saw Elba"
"...I'll be there ___ long" (Cohan lyric)
Famous palindrome center
Poet's preposition
"... ___ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ …"
"___ the bat hath flown / His cloister'd flight …": Macbeth
"Prior to," poetically
"… ___ I again behold my Romeo!"
Before of yore
I - I palindromic center
"... __ he drove out of sight": Christmas poem line
It may appear before long
Before, before
"But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight" (penultimate line of "A Visit From St. Nicholas")
Browning's before
Ode preposition
Before, of yore
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part": Byron
Previously used by Shakespeare?
Before, of yore
"I kiss'd thee ___ I kill'd thee": Othello
"... __ he drove out of sight": Christmas poem line
Before
Before, in an ode
Before
I-I linkup, in a palindrome
Before, to Blake
Not after
Prior to
"___ #1!"
Odist's "before"
Shakespearean preposition
"... was I ___ I saw ..."
Palindromic conjunction
"How long will a man lie i' the earth ___ he rot?": Hamlet
Prior to
Before, formerly
Before, in a 71 Across
Before, formerly
Center of a noted palindrome
Homophone of 55 Down
Blake's "before"
Before, to poets
Before, to Longfellow
Poetic "before"
Poetic conjunction
Prior to
Before, in verse
Before, in an ode
Before, to Browning
I - I connector of palindromic fame
Before, in verse
Middle of a popular palindrome
Palindrome center
Popular palindrome
Prior to, to Prior
Long introduction?
Preposition in poetry
"Able was I __ I..."
Prior to, to Prior
Two-way preposition
"...___ I saw Elba"
Before, to bards
Poet's palindrome
Long intro?
Pope preposition
Odist's preposition
Before, in odes
You may see it before long
Preposition that may come before long
Before, to the bard
Long or now antecedent
Prior to, in poems
Prior to, in verse
Word used before now
Long introduction?
Before, to a bard
Before, to Dickinson
Before, poetically
Rather than, poetically
It may come before long
Byron preposition
Browning's before
"Able was I __ I saw Elba"
"... __ I saw Elba"
Before, poetically
"And Venus sets ___ Mercury can rise": Alexander Pope
Poetic contraction
Rather than, poetically
Prior to, in poems
Previous to, poetically
It may come before long
Prepositional palindrome
"I kissed thee ___ I killed thee": Othello
Before, in 29-Down
Ode preposition
Sooner than
Palindromist's "before"
Byron preposition
Browning's before
It comes before long
Before, to Byron
Earlier, earlier
"Able was I __ I saw Elba"
Before, briefly
Before, in sonnets
Rather than, in poetry
Before, for poets
"...___ I saw Elba"
Bard's before
Bard's before
Sonneteer's "before"
Sooner than, in poetry
Before, either way
Archaic conjunction
"___ half my days, in this dark world and wide ...": John Milton
"We'll teach you to drink deep ____ you depart": Hamlet
"Ended, ___ it begun": Emily Dickinson
Before, to Burns
Before, to Browning
Before, to Blake
". . . I'll be there __ long"
Poet's "before"
"I will have my revenge ___ I depart his house": "King Lear"
"His meaning struck her ___ his words begun": Shakespeare
Before, once
Poet's preposition
Long introduction?
Heir homophone
"... the sun paused ___ it should alight": Shelley
Before, once
Not postdating
Antedating
Prior to, to Prior
Palindromic preposition of poetry
Ode word
Ode preposition
It may come before long
Byronic "before"
Before, to a poet
Before, to Browning
Before, in verse
Before, in sonnets
Before, in poems
Bard's "before"
Archaic preposition
"___ he drove out of sight ..."
Before, in sonnets
"...___ he rode out of sight..."
Odist's "before"
Homophone for air
Before, to Shelley
Before, to Keats
Bard's before
It may come before long
"We shun it ___ it comes": Dickinson
Before, to Byron
Before, to a 7D
Long opening
Sooner than
Since
Midway down Everest?
Before, to Hamlet
An old syllable meaning "before"
Air homophone
"... die strangled ___ my Romeo comes?": Shak.
"That will be ___ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
Palindrome center
Prior to
In advance of
Before, old-style
Bard's before
"...__ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
"...Venus sets __ Mercury can rise": Pope
Prior to, in poesy
"... I'll be there ___ long": Cohan
Shelley's oft-used preposition
"...Venus sets __ Mercury can rise": Pope
"...__ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
Bard's before
Before, old-style
In advance of
"... __ I saw Elba"
Poet's palindrome
Beret's center?
Palindromic poetry preposition
Before, to Shelley
Before, to Blake
Before, once
Before
Bard's before
Before, poetically
Before, in verse
Archaic preposition
Before, to the Bard
Palindromic poet's preposition
Browning's before
"_____ I saw Elba ..."
"...was I _____ I saw ..."
Anteceding
"___ the mother's milk had dried": Kipling
". ___ he drove out of sight ."
Before, in poems
Bard's preposition
It's between I's in a palidrome
"... ___ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
Middle of a noted palindrome
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part...": Byron
Before, to Blake
Before, before
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part...": Byron
Before, once
Before: poet.
Lyrical "before"
Roll-call reply, Cockney-style
Long or now preceder
Literary preposition
Long lead-in
Homophone of "air"
Opposite of "after"
Predating
Before, once
Roll-call reply, Cockney-style
Coming before
Before, in odes
"__ he drove out of sight . . ."
"...I'll be there ___ long"
"... ___ the set of sun": "Macbeth"
Word before long or now
Before, to Keats
Cockney's roll-call response
Keats conjunction
Noted palindrome center
Palindromic favorite
Before, to Keats
Before, once
Archaic preposition
"___ pales in Heaven the morning star": Lowell
Archaic conjunction
Palindromic conjunction
Before, of yore
Previously, to Browning
Present, to a Cockney
Before to a bard
Prior to, in poetry
"___ the steamer bore him Eastward ...": Kipling
"_____ I saw Elba"
Bard's preposition
". . . tell them I'll be there ___ long"
Hitherto
Middle of a historic palindrome
Palindromic preposition
Literary "before"
Before, quaintly
Before, to Jonson
Bardic before
Midpoint of a noted palindrome
Not after
Poetic before
Before, to a poet
Not after
Synonym of 26-Down
Before, to the Bard
Before, in poesy
"I'll be there ___ long" (Cohan lyric)
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
Before, to an odist
Before, to the bard
Homophone for 19 Across
Pre's relative
". . . __ I saw Elba"
Poetic contraction
Two-way preposition
Previous to
Before, old-style
An old syllable meaning "before"
"... ___ he rode out of sight ..."
"...___ I saw Elba"
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part..." Byron
Prior, in poems
Long beginning
Byron's "before"
Before, backwards and forwards
"___ he drove out of sight..."
"I heard him exclaim ___ he drove..."
Before, to Burns
Before, to Burns
Earlier than
Prior
Poet s prior to
It may come before long
Palindrome center
Word before now
Before to bards
Before to a bard
Before to Byron
Before poetically
Anteceding
Preceding, in verse
Word before while
Palindrome
"Able was I ___..."
Earlier
"- he drove out of sight . . ."
Before, to the Bard
Before, in poesy
Before, to Bards
Old-fashioned preposition
Antecedent to
Prior to, once
Palindrome center
It comes before long
Formerly before
Poet's conjunction
Before, to the Bard
Center word of a famed palindrome
"___ he drove out of sight..."
Poetic soon
"___ on my bed my limbs I lay": Coleridge
Prior to to Prior
Byron's before
Before, in a syllable of old
Before, in a syllable
Before, for a bard
"I heard him exclaim, __ he drove out of sight . . ."
Two-way preposition
"...__ I saw Elba"
Before, in poesy
Hitherto
Sooner than in poetry
Rejuvenator
Prior's prior
Previous to
Keats' preposition
Before to Burns
Before to Browning
Before of yore
. . . ____ I saw Elba.
Verse word
Reversible preposition
Prior, to Prior
Limey's "present"
Cockney's location
Cockney location?
Old-fashioned preposition
Old preposition
It may be before long
Early preposition
Browning's "before"
Before, in a syllable
Prior, in rhyme
Before, before now
"Look _____ ye leap"
"Able was I _____ ..."
Now preceder
Able was I ____ I . . .
Shortly before?
Prior to, in old times
Previous to
Before, loftily
Word used before now
Before, to a 7-Down
Until
Before, in the past
Long or now preceder
Previously, in poems
Preceding poetically
Poetic word
Sooner
Poetic before
Before, in a palindrome
Before,
Long opening
Before, palindromically
"Able was I ___..."
Before, before "before"
". . . __ he drove out of sight . . ."
Before, back and forth
"Look ___ ye leap"
James Whitcomb Riley's "___ I Went Mad"
Aforetime
Obsolete preposition
Part of a palindrome
Previous to
Middle of a famous palindrome
Palindromist's preposition
Prior, to Prior
Prior to
Previously
Popular palindrome
Poet's word
Before, in palindromes
Homophone for 40 Down
Center of a famed palindrome
Before now
Before to poets
Able was I ____ . . .
Prior, in poetry
Long opening
Befor
Up till
Poetic word for "before"
Poet's "prior to"
Before to Yeats
Obsolescent preposition
" __ I saw Elba
"... - I saw Elba"
"...__ I saw Elba"
"Able was I___I saw "
Before to KEats
Middle of a Napolenic palindrome
Poetic word
Aforetime
Before in poesy
Before to Shakespeare
Long opening?
Cockney's present
Middle of a famed palindrome
Until
Previous word
Byron's before
Rather than
Prior poetically
Cockney's dog summons
Before before
Heretofore
Long or now preceder
Poet's before
"Able was I ____ ..."
Riley's "_____ I Went Mad”
Before, to Browning
Poet's word
Long opening
Long intro
James Whitcomb Riley's "_____ I Went Mad"
Prior to, in poems
Prior, to Prior
Till
Long start
Up to
Before, to Keats
Poetic before
Center of a famed palindrome
Rather than, to Cowper
Before, in palindromes
Before, to Poe
Palindromic word
Before, to Bryant
With "long," this means soon
Afore's poetic cousin
Before, in poesy
Homophone for air
Homophone for heir
Prior to Prior
"___ half my days . . . ": Milton
" . . . ___ he drove out of sight"
" . . . ___ I saw Elba"
Before, to Donne
Poet's previous to
Prior, in poesy
Always before, in poesy
Middle of a Napoleonic palindrome
Center of a well-known palindrome
"Air" homophone
" . . . ___ the mightiest Julius fell": Shak.
Long lead-in
Before, to Suckling
Before, to Tennyson
Sonneteer's word
A palindrome's pivot
"Look ___ ye leap": Heywood
"Able was I ___ . . . "
Middle of a palindrome
Before, either way
Sooner than, to Spenser
Previous to, in poesy
" . . . ___ he drove out of sight": Moore
Prior, to Poe
Heir homophone
Center of a palindrome
Before, to Spenser
Heir's sound-alike
"___ I was old!": Coleridge
Palindrome for Pryor
Middle of an old palindrome
Before, to Prior
Prior, in poetry
Before, to Longfellow
"You always end ___ you begin": Shak.
In time preceding
Palindrome in a palindrome
Middle of a palindrome re Napoleon
Earlier than, to poets
Before, to Hamlet
Before, to Beaumont
Prior
Hamlet's "before"
Prior to, to Poe
Prior, to Browning
Before, in hymnody
Homophone for Aire
Heretofore, to Herrick
Poetic word
Homophone for Ayr
Homophone for Eire
Before, to an elegist
Before, to Blake
"___ yet we loose the legions": Kipling
Sooner than, to Shakespeare
Word with long or now
Poet's palindrome
Rather than, poetically
"Maid of Athens, ___ we part . . . "
Rather than, to Hamlet
PAlindromic word
Before, to Marlowe
Middle of a well-known palindrome
Palindrome word
Bard's word
"Present!," in Soho
___ long (soon)
Present, in Soho
" . . . was I ___ I saw . . . "
"___ I saw Elba"
Cockney cry
Poetic contraction
" . . . ___ I will leave her"
". . . ___ I saw Elba"
Before, verse style
Prior, to poets
Roll-call reply in Soho
Present in Soho.
Poetic word.
Poet's word.
Before.
Before, to poets.
Sooner than.
Before, poetically.
Sooner.
Prior to: Poet.
Prior to.
Present, Soho style.
Poetic preposition.
Cockney's "present."
Before: Poet.
Poetic conjunction.
Rather than.
Poetaster's conjunction.
Poetic contraction.
Poetic "before."
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba."
Cockney's answer to roll call.
Cockney "present."
Cockney "present!"
Cockney's "Present!"
Heretofore.
Rather than: Poet.
Previous to.
Poet's "before."
Herebefore.
Afore.
___ now (heretofore).
Word of precedence.
Archaic preposition.
Sooner than: Poet.
Archaic conjunction.
Poet's conjunction.
Before, for a poet.
Some time since.
Previously: Poetic.
Cockney's answer to the rollcall.
___ long.
Until.
Able was I ___ I saw Elba.
Earlier.
River in Devonshire.
Aforetime.
Earlier than.
Previously.
Previous to: Poet.
Poetic preposition
Preceding, in odes
Preposition often seen in crosswords
"Dear mother Ida, hearken ___ I die" (Tennyson)
Out front, long ago
Shakespearean preposition
"Sometimes I ain't so sho who's got ___ a right to say when a man is crazy and when he ain't" (William Faulkner)
Previously, in lit crit
Up to, in odes
Previously used in poetry
"___ I am J.H." (secret code in the movie "Brazil")
"Death closes all: but something ___ the end ..." (Tennyson)
Before, to a pretentious poetry student
"Ev'n thought meets thought, ___ from the lips it part" (Pope)
"Prior to," palindromically
"When you're quartered safe out ___" ("Gunga Din")
"Whose passing-bell may ___ the midnight toll" (Keats)
"___ sin could blight or sorrow fade" (Coleridge)
"___ thrice the sun hath done salutation to the dawn" (Shakespeare)
"___ yet that last strain dying awed the air" (Coleridge)
42-Across preposition
62-Across, poetically
Archaic preposition
Before, in Brit Lit class
Homophone of 59-Down
Leading up to, in Lit class
Lyrical preposition
Ode preposition
Opposite of "after"
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