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Word "GAS" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a fossil fuel in the gaseous state; used for cooking and heating homes
Synonyms:
natural gas

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a volatile flammable mixture of hydrocarbons (hexane and heptane and octane etc.) derived from petroleum; used mainly as a fuel in internal-combustion engines
Synonyms:
gasolene, gasoline, petrol

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal
Synonyms:
flatulence, flatulency

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Ethane or methane [#UniversalXwordPride] Universal 17 Jun 2021
Accelerator, informally Universal 16 Jun 2021
Oxygen, e.g LA Times Daily 14 Jun 2021
Oxygen, e.g The Washington Post 14 Jun 2021
Lincoln's need LA Times Daily 05 Jun 2021
Lincoln's need The Washington Post 05 Jun 2021
A state of matter Universal 02 Jun 2021
Fuel found with short cut The Telegraph Toughie 01 Jun 2021
Helium, for one Eugene Sheffer 29 May 2021
Truck's tankful USA Today 28 May 2021
Word after laughing or natural New York Times 24 May 2021
Helium e.g Canadiana 24 May 2021
Such as oxygen The Times Concise 19 May 2021
Pump product Universal 16 May 2021
What fills a tank ... or fuels a tank Universal 13 May 2021
Really good time LA Times Daily 11 May 2021
Really good time The Washington Post 11 May 2021
Auto fuel Newsday 03 May 2021
Empty talk Thomas Joseph 21 Apr 2021
It makes many vehicles go Family Time 18 Apr 2021
Petrol Eugene Sheffer 13 Apr 2021
Car tank filler Newsday 13 Apr 2021
Domestic fuel The Telegraph Quick 12 Apr 2021
Tank filler Universal 05 Apr 2021
Cooking fuel Eugene Sheffer 24 Mar 2021
Car fuel Newsday 22 Mar 2021
Heating choice Thomas Joseph 19 Mar 2021
Tank filler Eugene Sheffer 18 Mar 2021
Krypton, for one Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2021
What makes most trucks go Family Time 15 Mar 2021
Auto fuel Eugene Sheffer 11 Mar 2021
Helium or hydrogen Thomas Joseph 08 Mar 2021
Fuel for some grills Newsday 07 Mar 2021
Krypton, e.g Wall Street Journal 03 Mar 2021
Fuel variety Family Time 28 Feb 2021
Pumped stuff Premier Sunday 21 Feb 2021
Ozone, for one Eugene Sheffer 19 Feb 2021
Common fuel Family Time 15 Feb 2021
You might get it to go Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2021
Argon or radon Canadiana 08 Feb 2021
"Fill 'er up" fluid LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2021
'Fill 'er up' fluid The Washington Post 26 Jan 2021
Hydrogen or helium Newsday 25 Jan 2021
Need for the wheels on the bus to go 'round and 'round Family Time 24 Jan 2021
Really good time New York Times 24 Jan 2021
Helium, for one Thomas Joseph 14 Jan 2021
Hydrogen or methane, say Irish Times Simplex 13 Jan 2021
Car-go necessity Family Time 11 Jan 2021
Word after Corner Canadiana 11 Jan 2021
Chatter The Sun Two Speed 10 Jan 2021
Fuel in megastore The Sun Two Speed 10 Jan 2021
Energy one might run out of LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2021
Energy one might run out of The Washington Post 06 Jan 2021
Teslas don't need it LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2021
Teslas don't need it The Washington Post 03 Jan 2021
Hydrogen, e.g USA Today 26 Dec 2020
Grill fuel USA Today 25 Dec 2020
Gallon as fuel The Sun Two Speed 23 Dec 2020
Natter idly The Sun Two Speed 23 Dec 2020
Argon or ethane Thomas Joseph 15 Dec 2020
Automotive fuel Family Time 14 Dec 2020
Chatter The Telegraph Quick 12 Dec 2020
What a hybrid car saves on USA Today 12 Dec 2020
Furnace fuel Newsday 11 Dec 2020
Vapour The Telegraph Quick 08 Dec 2020
Air, for instance Newsday 03 Dec 2020
Necessity for many cars Family Time 29 Nov 2020
Phosphine, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
Methane, for one Thomas Joseph 18 Nov 2020
Helium or hydrogen Newsday 17 Nov 2020
Radon, for one Canadiana 16 Nov 2020
Cooking fuel Universal 15 Nov 2020
What the sun and Sunoco have in common New York Times 05 Nov 2020
Grill fuel LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2020
Grill fuel The Washington Post 05 Nov 2020
Gunge initially used as fuel The Sun Two Speed 24 Oct 2020
Neon, for example USA Today 13 Oct 2020
Methane, e.g USA Today 11 Oct 2020
Shell's game? New York Times 06 Oct 2020
Laughing matter? New York Times 04 Oct 2020
Some actor's agent up in neon lights? Irish Times Crosaire 03 Oct 2020
Rest stop fuel USA Today 18 Sep 2020
What makes motorcycles go Family Time 13 Sep 2020
Hydrogen, e.g. The Telegraph Quick 11 Sep 2020
Fun time The Washington Post 10 Sep 2020
Fun time LA Times Daily 10 Sep 2020
One of the states of matter USA Today 08 Sep 2020
Pilot feeder? Universal 06 Sep 2020
Neon, for one Universal 28 Aug 2020
Helium, for example USA Today 26 Aug 2020
Beetle juice? LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2020
Beetle juice? The Washington Post 20 Aug 2020
Neon or helium Thomas Joseph 18 Aug 2020
It can come from a Shell Family Time 17 Aug 2020
Fuel in a tank The Washington Post 28 Jul 2020
Fuel in a tank LA Times Daily 28 Jul 2020
Nick isn't finished with fossil fuel Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jul 2020
Fluorine or chlorine Wall Street Journal 25 Jul 2020
Xenon, for one Thomas Joseph 24 Jul 2020
Eg, nitrogen The Times Concise 09 Jul 2020
Some brushing aside empty talk The Sun Two Speed 08 Jul 2020
Car tank's contents Newsday 08 Jul 2020
Short cut to find fuel The Sun Two Speed 27 Jun 2020
Lawn mower need Family Time 08 Jun 2020
Fuel The Telegraph Quick 08 Jun 2020
Product of Chevron or Shell New York Times 18 May 2020
Poison from bog asphodel The Sun Two Speed 07 May 2020
Argon or helium, for example Family Time 04 May 2020
Helium, for one Universal 03 May 2020
Hoot Wall Street Journal 30 Apr 2020
Is it good as fuel? The Sun Two Speed 29 Apr 2020
Chatter (informal) The Sun Two Speed 29 Apr 2020
What a Tesla doesn't use Universal 28 Apr 2020
Speeders step on it Family Time 27 Apr 2020
Fumes, vapour The Telegraph Quick 27 Apr 2020
Empty talk in giving assessment The Sun Two Speed 23 Apr 2020
Motorist's buy Thomas Joseph 22 Apr 2020
Pilot feeder Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2020
Natter (informal) The Sun Two Speed 12 Apr 2020
Empty talk in managing assets The Sun Two Speed 12 Apr 2020
What a 4Runner runs on Universal 09 Apr 2020
Neon or Freon LA Times Daily 08 Apr 2020
Neon or Freon The Washington Post 08 Apr 2020
You can't drag race without it Family Time 05 Apr 2020
Tank filler Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2020
Empty words Newsday 03 Apr 2020
Chlorine or fluorine Wall Street Journal 01 Apr 2020
Hydrogen, e.g The Sun Two Speed 29 Mar 2020
Krypton, for one Family Time 29 Mar 2020
''Premium'' purchase Newsday 15 Mar 2020
Oxygen, for one Jonesin 10 Mar 2020
Solid, liquid, ___ and plasma Universal 08 Mar 2020
Pump product The Washington Post 04 Mar 2020
Pump product LA Times Daily 04 Mar 2020
Road trip need The Washington Post 01 Mar 2020
Road trip need LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2020
Neon is an inert one USA Today 29 Feb 2020
Movement-controlling pedal LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2020
Movement-controlling pedal The Washington Post 08 Feb 2020
Terrific time, in slang
Something to step on Newsday 19 Jan 2020
Type of station Family Time 29 Dec 2019
Fuel cylinder stuff The Washington Post Sunday 29 Dec 2019
Short cut to get fuel The Sun Two Speed 28 Dec 2019
Fuel for an Expedition Universal 26 Dec 2019
Methane or ethane Thomas Joseph 26 Dec 2019
Chlorine, at room temperature Family Time 23 Dec 2019
Terrific time Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2019
Grill fuel Newsday 08 Dec 2019
Word after noble or natural USA Today 30 Nov 2019
Filling station fuel Universal 30 Nov 2019
Fun time Wall Street Journal 26 Nov 2019
It's priced to 9/10 of a cent in the U.S Universal 21 Nov 2019
Argon or xenon Thomas Joseph 16 Nov 2019
Common fuel type Family Time 10 Nov 2019
Gossip The Telegraph Quick 07 Nov 2019
Chew the rag? Canadiana 04 Nov 2019
Fill (up)
Fill (up) New York Times 31 Oct 2019
Neon, e.g Universal 19 Oct 2019
Carbon dioxide, say The Telegraph Quick 18 Oct 2019
Home fuel option USA Today 17 Oct 2019
Chlorine, for one The Washington Post Sunday 13 Oct 2019
Hydrogen, e.g Universal 07 Oct 2019
Talk The Telegraph Quick 24 Sep 2019
Matter of Boyle's law The Washington Post Sunday 22 Sep 2019
Pretentious talk LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2019
Pretentious talk The Washington Post 22 Sep 2019
Road sign word Thomas Joseph 18 Sep 2019
It may be premium Universal 14 Sep 2019
Empty talk New York Times 07 Sep 2019
Oxygen or hydrogen LA Times Daily 04 Sep 2019
Oxygen or hydrogen The Washington Post 04 Sep 2019
Hydrogen, for one Universal 31 Aug 2019
Filling station filler Wall Street Journal 28 Aug 2019
Service-station buy Newsday 20 Aug 2019
Empty talk Wall Street Journal 15 Aug 2019
It's empty talk sending up actor's agent in part Irish Times Crosaire 10 Aug 2019
State of matter, not solid or liquid Irish Times Simplex 06 Aug 2019
Wonderful time New York Times 02 Aug 2019
Stomach problem New York Times 01 Aug 2019
Product in pumps Newsday 25 Jul 2019
Tractor insert Family Time 22 Jul 2019
In part, making a spectacle opening 22 across Irish Times Crosaire 13 Jul 2019
Auto tank contents Newsday 08 Jul 2019
Service area buy USA Today 06 Jul 2019
Chatter The Times Concise 30 Jun 2019
Highway sign word Wall Street Journal 27 Jun 2019
Repeated word in the Stones' 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' The Washington Post 23 Jun 2019
Repeated word in the Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash" LA Times Daily 23 Jun 2019
E.g. nitrogen The Telegraph Quick 07 Jun 2019
Xenon, e.g USA Today 07 Jun 2019
Car's tankful Newsday 20 May 2019
Tank contents The Washington Post 09 May 2019
Tank contents LA Times Daily 09 May 2019
Krypton or xenon Universal 04 May 2019
Empty talk The Washington Post 03 May 2019
Empty talk LA Times Daily 03 May 2019
Very entertaining local essential for 22 across to take off Irish Times Crosaire 27 Apr 2019
Car expense Universal 26 Apr 2019
Eg, oxygen The Times Concise 26 Apr 2019
Krypton, e.g Jonesin 23 Apr 2019
Energy metaphor LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2019
Energy metaphor The Washington Post 24 Mar 2019
Great time, slangily USA Today 21 Mar 2019
Argon, e.g Universal 07 Mar 2019
Empty rhetoric Newsday 09 Feb 2019
Nitrous oxide, e.g USA Today 02 Feb 2019
What H, O or N may represent LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2019
What H, O or N may represent The Washington Post 31 Jan 2019
Pedal next to the brake Jonesin 29 Jan 2019
Auto fill The Washington Post Sunday 27 Jan 2019
Wonderful time
Neither a liquid nor a solid
Empty talk
Empty talk
Energy metaphor
Oxygen or hydrogen
Pretentious talk
Repeated word in the Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
Tank contents
What H, O or N may represent
Neither a liquid nor a solid New York Times 01 Jan 2019
Highway sign word
Filling station filler
Empty talk
Xenon, e.g.
Service area buy
Nitrous oxide, e.g.
Home fuel option
Great time, slangily
Neon, e.g.
Krypton or xenon
It may be premium
Hydrogen, for one
Hydrogen, e.g.
Car expense
Argon, e.g.
A state of matter
Stomach problem
Household fuel Newsday 30 Dec 2018
Any of the noble elements USA Today 23 Dec 2018
Oxygen or neon Newsday 19 Dec 2018
Road trip expense USA Today 17 Dec 2018
Pit stop supply USA Today 15 Nov 2018
Fuel from bog asphodel The Sun Two Speed 04 Nov 2018
Show surprise, suppressing quiet chatter The Telegraph Toughie 02 Nov 2018
Focus of Boyle's law New York Times 12 Oct 2018
Motor fuel Canadiana 08 Oct 2018
Good as fuel The Sun Two Speed 30 Sep 2018
Any noble element USA Today 29 Sep 2018
Purchase at Citgo New York Times 24 Sep 2018
Krypton or radon USA Today 22 Sep 2018
Blustery talk Wall Street Journal 19 Sep 2018
Van fuel Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2018
Methane, e.g Thomas Joseph 13 Sep 2018
What speeders step on Family Time 10 Sep 2018
Car pedal Wall Street Journal 10 Sep 2018
ExxonMobil product New York Times 10 Sep 2018
Word after laughing or natural USA Today 28 Aug 2018
Car "go" juice Family Time 27 Aug 2018
Pilot light fuel Newsday 26 Aug 2018
Super time New York Times 23 Aug 2018
Home heating source Newsday 16 Aug 2018
Main delivery LA Times Daily 10 Aug 2018
Main delivery The Washington Post 10 Aug 2018
Talk excessively The Telegraph Quick 07 Aug 2018
Pit stop stuff Universal 05 Aug 2018
Cooking fuel option USA Today 30 Jul 2018
Pump product Wall Street Journal 30 Jul 2018
Shell offering USA Today 16 Jul 2018
Element 7, 8, or 10 Newsday 13 Jul 2018
Pump output LA Times Daily 05 Jul 2018
Pump output The Washington Post 05 Jul 2018
Argon, for one Thomas Joseph 27 Jun 2018
Home heating option USA Today 17 Jun 2018
Word before pedal or pump Newsday 08 Jun 2018
Fastball, in baseball slang New York Times 03 Jun 2018
Common fuel Universal 31 May 2018
Major energy source The Washington Post Sunday 27 May 2018
Chatter vapidly The Telegraph Quick 24 May 2018
What some ranges are made for Newsday 12 May 2018
Mustang fuel Family Time 07 May 2018
Neon, for one Thomas Joseph 07 May 2018
In part, making a spectacle with empty talk Irish Times Crosaire 05 May 2018
Shell product Universal 13 Apr 2018
Fuel for freeways Newsday 11 Apr 2018
What Brits call 'petrol' USA Today 10 Apr 2018
Engine fuel Universal 09 Apr 2018
Hydrocarbon fuel Canadiana 02 Apr 2018
'70s shortage item Universal 02 Apr 2018
Ethane, e.g Thomas Joseph 16 Mar 2018
Rejected silver surfer's opening -- empty talk The Telegraph Toughie 13 Mar 2018
Ethane, for one Thomas Joseph 08 Mar 2018
Main contents USA Today 06 Mar 2018
Tire fill Thomas Joseph 02 Mar 2018
One might be noble Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2018
Idle talk that could explode? The Sun Two Speed 15 Feb 2018
Word after coal or tear USA Today 09 Feb 2018
Fiat fuel LA Times Daily 17 Jan 2018
Fiat fuel The Washington Post 17 Jan 2018
Fuel slump returns The Sun Two Speed 12 Jan 2018
Purchase at Citgo
Word after laughing or natural
Grill fuel
Main delivery
Pump output
Shell product
Any noble element
Any of the noble elements
Beetle juice?
Pit stop stuff
What Brits call "petrol"
Word after coal or tear
Engine fuel
Common fuel
'70s shortage item
Blustery talk
ExxonMobil product
Fastball, in baseball slang
Fiat fuel
Super time
Van fuel
Focus of Boyle's law
Pump product
Car pedal
Cooking fuel option
Home heating option
Krypton or radon
Pit stop supply
Road trip expense
Shell offering
Radon, e.g Premier Sunday 31 Dec 2017
Number for a surgeon? New York Times 19 Dec 2017
Airy matter The Sun Two Speed 30 Nov 2017
Talk about fuel The Sun Two Speed 30 Nov 2017
Cooking fuel Newsday 26 Nov 2017
Purchase from a pump Newsday 12 Nov 2017
It's crude, then refined The Washington Post 05 Oct 2017
It's crude, then refined LA Times Daily 05 Oct 2017
Word with tear or laughing USA Today 30 Sep 2017
Petrol (US) The Telegraph Quick 27 Sep 2017
Fuel type Universal 26 Sep 2017
What some grills run on Newsday 24 Sep 2017
Furnace input Newsday 08 Sep 2017
Bluster LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2017
Bluster The Washington Post 07 Sep 2017
Fun time, in slang LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2017
Fun time, in slang The Washington Post 06 Sep 2017
Fuel for some ranges Newsday 06 Sep 2017
Methane or butane USA Today 07 Aug 2017
Fuel Universal 06 Aug 2017
Nitrogen, say The Telegraph Quick 04 Aug 2017
Fuel for some 12-Downs USA Today 30 Jul 2017
__ station The Washington Post 28 Jul 2017
__ station LA Times Daily 28 Jul 2017
Burner output Thomas Joseph 26 Jul 2017
Ether Canadiana 24 Jul 2017
It can make a Jaguar run Universal 23 Jul 2017
47-Down or 96-Down fuel Premier Sunday 09 Jul 2017
Nitrogen maybe The Telegraph Quick 09 Jun 2017
Elemental form Newsday 25 May 2017
Service station buy Wall Street Journal 18 Apr 2017
Balloon filler Thomas Joseph 18 Apr 2017
Nitrogen, for instance Newsday 12 Apr 2017
It can be a main feature Universal 29 Mar 2017
Balloon fill Thomas Joseph 24 Mar 2017
Nitrogen or oxygen Universal 19 Mar 2017
Methane or ethane USA Today 14 Mar 2017
Neon or argon Canadiana 13 Mar 2017
Balloon content Thomas Joseph 09 Mar 2017
What a Tesla doesn't need Universal 25 Feb 2017
Oomph New York Times 19 Feb 2017
Wild time, slangily USA Today 13 Feb 2017
Ford fluid Premier Sunday 05 Feb 2017
Result of a liquid's vaporization The Washington Post 02 Feb 2017
Get it to go Universal 02 Feb 2017
Bluster, so to speak Newsday 20 Jan 2017
Pump product Family Time 09 Jan 2017
Fuel for some 12-Downs
Get it to go
Oomph
Number for a surgeon?
It can make a Jaguar run
Bluster
Fun time, in slang
It's crude, then refined
Fuel
__ station
Neon or Freon
Word with tear or laughing
Methane or ethane
Methane or butane
Fuel type
Fuel for the road Universal 31 Dec 2016
Shoot the breeze The Washington Post 30 Dec 2016
Freon or neon LA Times Daily 20 Dec 2016
"Fill 'er up!" stuff USA Today 17 Dec 2016
Bloviation The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Dec 2016
State of matter Newsday 16 Dec 2016
What Teslas run without Newsday 11 Dec 2016
Ozone, e.g Thomas Joseph 18 Nov 2016
Yakking LA Times Daily 18 Nov 2016
Oxygen maybe The Telegraph Quick 18 Nov 2016
Any "noble" element USA Today 16 Nov 2016
Atmosphere makeup Thomas Joseph 10 Nov 2016
Kind of station Universal 31 Oct 2016
Something usually not required by 1-Across The Washington Post 28 Oct 2016
Oxygen or neon USA Today 12 Oct 2016
Oxygen, for one Newsday 05 Oct 2016
Balloon contents Thomas Joseph 30 Sep 2016
Lot of fun, informally New York Times 25 Sep 2016
With 65-Down, car tank topper Premier Sunday 25 Sep 2016
Talk profusely The Telegraph Quick 24 Sep 2016
Bloviation New York Times 22 Sep 2016
Auto tankful Premier Sunday 11 Sep 2016
What Teslas don't take Newsday 08 Sep 2016
Ethane or methane Canadiana 05 Sep 2016
Fuel for the grill The Washington Post 05 Sep 2016
Premium purchase? The Washington Post 31 Aug 2016
Nonliquid state Family Time 21 Aug 2016
Car juice? Family Time 14 Aug 2016
With 40 Across, one of two in the solar system Newsday 13 Aug 2016
This might knock you out The Washington Post 12 Aug 2016
With 35-Down, something to floor New York Times 03 Aug 2016
It's a bit of laugh raising decline Irish Times Crosaire 30 Jul 2016
Ford Fiesta fuel The Washington Post 27 Jul 2016
Many a noble element New York Times 20 Jul 2016
Any of the "noble" elements USA Today 12 Jul 2016
Up in the Air found in megastore Irish Times Crosaire 09 Jul 2016
Cooking fuel The Washington Post 25 Jun 2016
Terrific time, informally Wall Street Journal 23 Jun 2016
Type of station Universal 09 Jun 2016
Neon or freon The Washington Post 08 Jun 2016
Mower power, perhaps Newsday 29 May 2016
Petrol, stateside Universal 21 May 2016
Heating choice Wall Street Journal 19 May 2016
Fuel for American state leader of Senate The Telegraph Cryptic 18 May 2016
With 32-Down, pilot's place New York Times 05 May 2016
One state of matter Universal 24 Apr 2016
Pumped item LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2016
Carbon dioxide, e.g Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2016
Hydrogen, e.g The Washington Post 20 Apr 2016
Driver's pedal Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2016
Auto fluid Premier Sunday 27 Mar 2016
Roadside sign LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2016
'What a ___!' New York Times 01 Mar 2016
With 47-Across, car's tank top Wall Street Journal 16 Feb 2016
Argon or neon Canadiana 01 Feb 2016
Certain fuel Universal 21 Jan 2016
__-guzzler LA Times Daily 17 Jan 2016
See 16-Down Premier Sunday 10 Jan 2016
Argon, e.g Eugene Sheffer 07 Jan 2016
What some cars guzzle Universal 03 Jan 2016
What some cars guzzle
Type of station
Kind of station
Freon or neon
Yakking
With 35-Down, something to floor
Bloviation
__-guzzler
Fuel for the road
Any "noble" element
Lot of fun, informally
Any of the "noble" elements
Many a noble element
Bloviation
Certain fuel
Highway sign LA Times Daily 29 Dec 2015
Combustible fluid Newsday 26 Dec 2015
Mustangs go nowhere without it USA Today 12 Dec 2015
Fall over fuel Irish Times Crosaire 12 Dec 2015
Fastball, in baseball slang Wall Street Journal 20 Nov 2015
Plasma's kin Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2015
Laughing stuff? USA Today 17 Nov 2015
Subject of Boyle's law New York Times 17 Nov 2015
Atmosphere makeup LA Times Daily 14 Nov 2015
Protostar makeup Wall Street Journal 14 Nov 2015
Driving need? Eugene Sheffer 06 Nov 2015
Beetle juice? Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2015
With 118-Down, fuel container Premier Sunday 25 Oct 2015
Driver's need Universal 19 Oct 2015
Sign word often seen before "next exit" LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2015
Argon or oxygen Universal 19 Sep 2015
___ pedal New York Times 26 Aug 2015
This might make you laugh: old school pudding is served up and there's no end to it The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Aug 2015
Oxygen, for one Thomas Joseph 11 Aug 2015
Car-tank filler Newsday 10 Aug 2015
Real blast New York Times 30 Jul 2015
Really fun time New York Times 19 Jul 2015
Heating fuel Newsday 25 Jun 2015
Neon, e.g USA Today 24 Jun 2015
Word with "mustard" or "natural" USA Today 20 Jun 2015
Interstate sign Universal 17 Jun 2015
It burns at Indy USA Today 09 Jun 2015
Car fill-up Family Time 08 Jun 2015
Prattle Newsday 23 May 2015
Fossil fuel The Telegraph Quick 19 May 2015
Heating fuel, for some USA Today 14 May 2015
Kind of station USA Today 02 May 2015
Propane, e.g Premier Sunday 26 Apr 2015
Pipe contents, sometimes Universal 26 Apr 2015
Energy source Newsday 26 Apr 2015
It's often bought at an island LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2015
Fluorine or chlorine New York Times 21 Apr 2015
Mustang mover Newsday 18 Apr 2015
What might come in main talk The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Apr 2015
Partner of food and lodging USA Today 06 Apr 2015
Beetle juice? Wall Street Journal 30 Mar 2015
Balloon fill Eugene Sheffer 28 Mar 2015
Home-heating fuel Newsday 26 Mar 2015
Neon, or fuel for a Neon LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2015
You can cook with it Universal 12 Mar 2015
It may be natural or noble Universal 03 Mar 2015
Car-tank fuel Newsday 02 Mar 2015
Range fuel Newsday 22 Feb 2015
Motorist's need Thomas Joseph 20 Feb 2015
Talk idly; fuel The Times Concise 20 Feb 2015
Type of tank Universal 20 Feb 2015
It may be noble or natural USA Today 18 Feb 2015
It can be natural LA Times Daily 13 Feb 2015
Roadside sign USA Today 08 Feb 2015
Filling station supply Eugene Sheffer 02 Feb 2015
Bombastic talk Wall Street Journal 23 Jan 2015
Nitrous oxide, e.g Universal 19 Jan 2015
Ferrari fuel Eugene Sheffer 12 Jan 2015
It's worth stopping for on family vacations Family Time 04 Jan 2015
State of matter The Telegraph Quick 02 Jan 2015
Great time
___ pedal
Subject of Boyle's law
Really fun time
Real blast
Fluorine or chlorine
Beetle juice?
Hot air
"Jumpin' Jack Flash, it's a ___"
With 118-Down, fuel container
Propane, e.g.
Range fuel
Prattle
Mustang mover
Home-heating fuel
Heating fuel
Interstate sign
Energy source
Combustible fluid
Car-tank fuel
Car-tank filler
Driver's need
Cooking fuel
Argon or oxygen
Protostar makeup
Plasma's kin
Hoot
Fastball, in baseball slang
Bombastic talk
It may be noble or ideal
It makes an Accord go forward
It may be natural or noble
Nitrous oxide, e.g.
Pipe contents, sometimes
Type of tank
You can cook with it
Word with "mustard" or "natural"
Roadside sign
Partner of food and lodging
Neon, e.g.
Mustangs go nowhere without it
Laughing stuff?
Kind of station
It may be noble or natural
It burns at Indy
Heating fuel, for some
Flatulence
Bean byproduct?
Sign word often seen before "next exit"
Neon, or fuel for a Neon
It's often bought at an island
It can be natural
Highway sign
Fun time
Atmosphere makeup
Argon or krypton
Need for many autos
It might knock you out
Going concern?
Fuel
Engine driver
Mustang mover?
Laughing matter?
Filling station filler
Car juice
Auto fuel
Juice
Krypton, for one
People often get it with burritos
Neon or oxygen
Service-station buy
State of matter
Tank filler
Shell carries it
Beetle juice?
Driving concern
Island purchase
Natural or noble follower
Sedan liquid
Bluster
Cooking option
One of the three states of matter
Pump purchase
Shell's game?
Tank contents
Tank filler
Need for speed?
Great time
Premium purchase
Sign on an interstate
Word with log or burner
15-Across product
Great time, informally
Oxygen, e.g.
Auto fuel
Roadside purchase
Exxon product
Fun time
Natural resource
Natural __
Malibu mover
Great time, in slang
Freeway sign word
Energy
35-Across, e.g.
Thing to step on when in a hurry
Oxygen, for instance
Hoot and a half
Boyle's law matter
Dentist's need
Subject of Boyle's law
Tank contents
Blast
Highway sign word
Hot air
__ guzzler
Car fuel
Hot air
Word after natural or noble
Neon, e.g.
Blast
Delightful time
Highway sign word
Hot air
__ guzzler
Accelerator, so to speak
Hydrogen, for one
Metered utility
Nitrogen or neon
Real blast
What some pedals control
Blather
Petrol
Really good time
Report from the rear?
"Jumpin' Jack Flash" is one
Helium, for one
If you're in a hurry, step on this
It makes the van go
Stove fuel
"Laughing" or "natural" follower
Fill-up filler
Fuel at the pump
Hipster's great time
It makes the van go
Oxygen, for one
Stove fuel, often
Xenon, for one
Range option
Saturn, for the most part
Xenon, e.g.
Neat time
Laughing or natural ___
Stove fuel
Electric alternative
Cooking choice
Nitrous oxide, e.g.
Methane or propane
Fuel for a Ford
Balloon filler
Beetle juice?
Truck stop offering
Ozone, e.g.
Krypton, e.g.
Ethane, e.g.
Engine fuel
"Fill 'er up!" filler
"Juice" for Jeff Gordon
Auto-tank filler
Car "go" liquid
Car's need
Fill 'er up filler
Fill-up filler
Kind of mask
Krypton is one
Rightmost pedal
Road trip necessity
You may step on it in a rush
Cooking choice
TUMS target
Electric alternative
Dalton's law subject
Total blast
Utility bill item
Word with mask or meter
Petrol, stateside
Cost included in a Zipcar membership
Beetle juice?
Guff
"Jumpin' Jack Flash" is one?
Auto additive
Guff
It's a driving concern
Neat time
Stove fuel
Tank filler
TUMS target
Total blast
Utility bill item
Jeff Gordon goes nowhere without it
Something very entertaining
Oxygen or helium
Nonliquid state
Pump product
Beano competitor
Blast
Heating option
It's not liquid
Many an anesthetic
Accelerator
Kia filler
Pump purchase
Driving need
Krypton or radon
Hydrogen or neon
Fill the tank, with "up"
Starchy food might cause it
Nitrogen or helium
Magniloquence
57-Down filler
You might get it with a bean burrito
Fiesta fluid
Stove fuel
Alternative to coal
Home heating option
___-X
It may be natural or noble
Argon or helium
It's expelled from an erupting volcano
Mustangs go nowhere without it
Natural or mustard
Slang for fast pitches
Neon or oxygen
Not a solid or liquid
Sign along an interstate
Speeders step on it
Jaguars consume it
57-Down filler
Unseen compound, often
Dental administration?
Good time
Traveler's fill-up
Truck stop offering
You get it to go
Flivver fluid
A dentist's number?
___ guzzler
Tank filler
Car additive
Big part of a trucker's budget
What "Jumpin" Jack Flash" is
Driving need
What to add when the 59-Across gets low
State of matter
Sign along a highway
Shell product
<<NO CLUE>>
Pump product
Something graded between E and F?
Krypton is one
Krypton, for one
Krypton, for one
State of matter
What to add when the 59-Across gets low
Bombastic talk
Nonliquid state
Helium, e.g.
Car tankful
Car fluid
One of the three states of matter
One of the states of matter
Jetta fuel
*Pump output
"Fill 'er up!" filler
Auto additive
Exxon offering
Fuel at the pump
It's dispensed from a hose
Pump contents
Total blast
Neon, e.g.
Neon or nitrogen
Hoot
Heat source
Fuel for some guzzlers
Either of the first two elements
"Eat Here and Get ___"
"Fill 'er up!" filler
*Pump output
Jetta fuel
One of the states of matter
Windbag's output
One of the three states of matter
Shell offering
Vacation expense, maybe
Home heater
Service-station commodity
Bad thing to guzzle
Oxygen or hydrogen
Island purchase
Heating option
Auto-tank filler
Riotous time
Fuel for the fire
Hot air
Tank filler
Stove option
Pedal next to the brake
See 45-Down
Hilarious incident
Need on a road trip
Lot of fun, slangily
Tank filler
__ station
Helium, for one
Car additive
The "it" in "Step on it!"
Hydrogen or helium
Great time, slangily
Any inert element
"Fill 'er up" filler
Beetle's need
Radon, e.g.
Tankful
Empty talk
Word repeated in "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
Type of stove
Truck-stop purchase
Nitrogen, e.g.
Beetle juice?
"Fill 'er up" filler
Any inert element
Great time, slangily
Lot of fun, slangily
Bunsen burner fuel
Novocain alternative
It's often passed in silence
Fill-up filler
It's between E and F?
Petrol, stateside
Sign along an interstate
What you might get with a bean burrito
Fill-up fluid
Supply for regular customers?
Partner of food and lodging
Argon or neon
Great time
Guzzled product
Neon or argon
Neon's state
Neon, e.g.
Electric partner
Jupiter, mostly
Pipe contents, maybe
Word with "mustard" or "natural"
Highway purchase
Stove option
Rightmost pedal
Regular, plus or super
Phase hotter than liquid
Ozone, for one
It's dispensed from a hose
Hoot
Fuel on the range
Braggadocio
"Fill 'er up!" fill
Bombast
Fuel (up)
Pumped stuff
Main ingredient?
Dental anesthetic
Molotov-cocktail filler
Marsh emanation
Mason Williams' "Classical ___"
Refined fossil fuel
Stove option
You might get some to go
With 79-Down, fuel-inefficient vehicle
Pipeline contents
Nitrous oxide, for one
Helium or oxygen
Driver's need
Argon or neon
Great time
Neon or argon
Neon's state
Neon, e.g.
Blowtorch fuel
Fossil fuel
Ketene or phosgene
Regular purchase
Regular stuff found inside this puzzle's three longest answers
Sign along an interstate
Gab
Fab time
Lemon juice?
Good time
Hoot
"Fill 'er up!" fill
Neon or nitrogen
Natural __
Empty talk
51 Across fuel
Truck stop offering
You get it to go
You might get some to go
Laughing matter?
Empty talk
Energy source
Great time, to a hipster
Boastful talk
Inflation cause?
Pedal next to the brake
Pit stop commodity
Gab
Fab time
"Fill 'er up!" fill
It fills in between E and F
Driver's need
Fastball, in baseball slang
Brake neighbor
Beetle juice?
Good time, slangily
Pit stop commodity
Word with "tank" or "range"
Welcome road sign, often
Malibu requirement
Subject of a '70s shortage
Subject of a '70s shortage
Malibu requirement
Jabber
It's pumped at an island
Heat source
Jabber
It's pumped at an island
Highway sign
Heat source
Argon, e.g.
Word with tank or range
Type of tank
It may be natural or noble
Anesthetize, in a way
Stove fuel
Rationed item, once
Semi fluid
Element like 8-Down
Petrol
Product from the islands?
Bromo target
It's a driving concern
Petrol
Yakety-yak
Rip-roaring good time
Krypton or radon, e.g.
Stove fuel
__-guzzler
Bunsen burner fuel
Roadside sign
Electric alternative
Hoot and a half
It may burn on the range
Helium, e.g.
Pump product
Loads of fun
Argon or xenon
Krypton, e.g.
Pump output
Ethane or methane
Laughing matter?
Main contents
Pump stuff
Word that can precede the last word of the four longest puzzle answers
Pilot light fuel
Tank filler
Beetles go nowhere without it?
Empty blather
Ethane or methane
Something graded between E and F?
The fill in "fill 'er up!"
Filling station filler
Hoot
Car fuel
It may expand indefinitely
Word with tank or range
Interstate sign
Beetle juice?
Tank contents
Coal or mustard
Explorer's need
It's often stepped on
Yakety-yak
With 40-Down, H+, e.g.
The "it" in "Step on it!"
Roadside sign
Mylanta target
Burner fuel
Bunch of fun
Alternative to oil
"Noble" element
Home heater
Bluster
Bat the breeze
Fuel at the pump
Neon or freon
Neon, for one
Beetle juice?
Roadsign, perhaps
You may step on it in a rush
Lexus liquid
Car fuel
Auto additive
82-Down, e.g.
Commuter's buy
Brake neighbor
Bombast
It's in a certain range
It may be regular or premium
Laughing matter?
Regular buy?
Fuel at the pump
Neon or freon
Fill-up fluid
Great time
Heat source
Helium or hydrogen
Krypton, e.g.
Xenon, for one
Tank contents
Shell product
Road sign
Pit fluid
Fun time
Engine driver
Accelerator pedal
___-guzzler (car that gets poor mileage)
Saturn makeup
It may be natural
Driving need
Accelerator
Beetle juice?
Ford fuel
Fuel
Limo liquid
Vapor
Swell time
Station purchase
Service station combustible
N2O, e.g.
It may be laughing
Go-juice
Beetle juice
Burn it or step on it
It makes an Impala run
Mobil product
Nitrogen, for instance
Laughing or tear follower
Fuel from an island
Driver's need
Blowtorch fuel
Driver's need
Blast
Fun time, slangily
Krypton or radon
Rip-roaring time
Station ration
Sequoia fluid
Tankful
State of matter
Something to burn
Cause of borborygmus
Delight
Laughing or tear follower
Fuel from an island
Driver's need
Filling station sign
Loads of fun
Nitrous oxide, e.g.
Oil alternative
Service-station offering
Exxon product
Heating alternative
Mylanta target
Neon, e.g.
Oil alternative
Big buzz
Nitrous oxide, e.g.
21-Across, for one
Accord requirement
Burn it by stepping on it
Slang for a great time
Great time
It's stepped on
Empty talk
Bug juice?
A number of dental patients?
Stove fuel
It's often unleaded
In may be inert
Good time, to a hipster
Fuel
Seville filler
Real good time, man
Heating option
Get ready to roll, with "up"
This might knock you out
Speeders step on it
Helium or hydrogen
Bombast
Saturn's need
Fuel for a Zeppelin
Hipster's great time
Refined crude
Welcome road sign
_____ guzzler
Seville filler
Real good time, man
Nitrogen or helium
Heating option
Get ready to roll, with "up"
"What a ___!"
It gets pumped
It keeps the Tempo going
Krypton or radon
Tear or laughing follower
Beetle juice?
Car pedal
Throttle
Waht some guzzlers guzzle
It's often stepped on
Nitrogen, for instance
Neon or xenon
Mining hazard
Freon, for one
Furnace fodder
Nitrous oxide, e.g.
Neon or freon
It's pumped into a car
Electric's partner
Range fuel
Neon or freon
Motoring must
Laughing, for one
Natural fuel
Driving force
Ether or ethane
Flammable fluid
Form of matter
Interstate sign
Neon, for one
Road sign
WWII rationing
Incessant talk
Ford "food"
Waht some guzzlers guzzle
Accelerator
Guff
Good time, informally
Piped fuel
Krypton, for one
Petrol
Laughing ___
Ford fuel
Must for a Mustang
Bunsen burner fuel
Heating choice
___ guzzler
Talk nonsense to
Argon is one
Krypton, but not Ork
Tankful
Turnpike sign word
It burns at Indy
Balloon filler
Blast: sl.
Burn it by stepping on it
Brake's neighbor
Legal method of execution in the U.S.
Jaguar food
It may be rare
Tank filler
Pipe contents
Neon, e.g.
Mobil product
Word on a highway sign
Hipster's great time
Fossil fuel
Ethane, e.g.
What you "fill 'er up" with
Highway sign
It may be laughing
Car fill-up
Dentist's administration
It's a knockout in the OR
Krypton is one
Partner of food and lodging
Empty words
Shell purchase
Fill the auto tank
Petrol
Vapor
Laughing or natural
Electric partner?
Shell's game
Oil alternative
Laughing _____
Jeff Gordon goes nowhere without it
We lined up for it in the '70s
Lazio has ripped both Clintons over its price
Its price has skyrocketed in Chicago
Its cost is skyrocketing
Americans lined up for it in '73 and '79
Tank contents
What inefficient cars guzzle
Neon or oxygen
Main feature?
Lung contents
Mercury or Saturn fuel
Jabber
Marsh product
Driving need
Cooking fuel
Pump purchase
Ripping good time
Auto's tankful
Boastful talk
Heating choice
Idle talk, so to speak
A utility
Accelerator
Laughing e.g.
Natural ____
Swell time
Service-station purchase
Radon, for one
Energy
You may step on it or burn it
Heating option
___ -guzzler
Talk nonsense
Shoot the bull
Pump product
___-guzzler
Shell product
One cause of inflation
Neon or freon
Mustard, for one
Lincoln liquid
It may be laughing
Fiat fuel
'70s shortage
"Jumpin' Jack Flash," to the Stones
Power
Krypton, for one
Blather
Shoot the breeze
Fuel type
Brake's neighbor
Neon e.g.
Empty talk in slang
Di-Gel target
Anesthetic
25-Down offering
Delight, to a hipster
It may be noble or natural
Laughing, for one
Lexus liquid
Regular or high-test
Supply for regular customers?
Bombast
Accord requirement
Xenon, for one
Kind of station
Talk idly
Exxon offering
Chevron offering
A number of dental patients?
Pump product
Freon or neon
Anesthetize, in a way
Accelerator
Pump purchase
Road sign
Chitchat
Kind of mask
Neon or helium
Bromo target
Getty product
Heating fuel
It makes an auto go
It may be natural
N2O, e.g.
Service station offering
Service station stuff
Regular or premium, e.g.
Kind of mask
Ford fuel
Yak
Fluid type
Di-Gel target
Helium
Anesthetic
Word with heater or meter
Humbug
Argon or helium
Shell product
Kind of jet
High-test, e.g.
50 Down when not compressed
Good time
Oil alternative
Great time
Xenon e.g.
Fill-up filler
Balloon filler
Bluster
Tums target
Going concern?
He, e.g.
Helium, e.g.
Dentist's anesthetic
Argon, e.g.
Highway sign
Vapor
Road sign
Kind of bag or house
Flivver fuel
What limos guzzle
Ammonia, e.g.
Kind of mask or pipe
Neon or argon
Hydrogen, e.g.
Word with tank or range
Xenon, e.g.
Yak
Argon or krypton
Chat idly
What some cars guzzle
Rap, in a way
What some demons step on
Mustang fodder
Kind of heat
Methane or helium
Chew the rag
An anesthetic
Rap
Propane or neon
Yak away
Yak-yak on the dais
Freon, e.g.
Range fuel
Range fuel
Argon or xenon
Motorist's need
Pump liquid
Something to step on
Tank contents
Type of station
Ethane or methane
Energy source
Wild time: Slang
Rap; chin
Methane, for one
Farrell's "___ House McGinty"
Fuel
Leaded or unleaded item
Lewisite, e.g.
Pump gold
Ethylene, e.g.
What people in some pools save
Kind of mask or main
"All is ___ and gaiters": Dickens
Natural ___
This might give you a laugh
Chatter
Kind of stove
Krypton is one
Natural or laughing
Balloon filling
Kind of bag or chamber
Laughing or natural
Run out of ___
Helium or neon
Blimp's need
Talk idly
Natural resource
Utility item
Balloon need
Dashboard gauge
W. W. I. weapon
Krypton or neon
Helium
Auto pedal
Phosgene, for one
Kind of meter
Phosgene
Balloon ingredient
Petrol.
Tank contents.
Road sign.
Form of fuel.
Utility.
Nitrogen.
Neon
Highway sign.
Illuminant.
Source of heat.
Fuel.
Kind of light.
One kind of station.
Krypton.
Motorist's need.
Neon, for one.
Propane.
Hydrogen.
Argon.
Tank fill.
Neon.
___ station.
Neon is one.
___ meter.
Laughing ___.
Motorist's must.
Neon or freon.
Oxygen, for example.
Nitrous oxide.
Hydrogen or nitrogen.
___ jet.
Common fuel.
Light in the Gay Nineties.
Highway fame.
Fuel in the main.
Metered product.
It flows through the Big and Small Inch.
Helium.
Valuable fuel.
Product of a refinery.
High-test or regular.
Commodity to be piped to New England.
Subject of Boyle's law.
Vital fuel.
Bombast: Slang.
High octane ___.
Airplane's lifeblood.
Poison ___.
Weapon of war.
Historic fuel.
Shell stuff
People often get it with burritos
Blowtorch fuel
Regular purchase?
You may get it with burritos
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