Crossword Clues for INBED

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Clue Source Date
Under the covers New York Times 15 Aug 2022
Retired, perhaps Wall Street Journal 21 Jul 2022
Ready for sleep Thomas Joseph 14 Apr 2022
Not up Wall Street Journal 12 Apr 2022
Still snoozing, say Universal 10 Apr 2022
Dreaming, maybe Wall Street Journal 22 Dec 2021
Out at night, maybe? The Washington Post Sunday 19 Dec 2021
Ready for a nap, perhaps Wall Street Journal 22 Nov 2021
Not up The Washington Post 16 Jul 2021
Not up LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2021
Retired, maybe LA Times Daily 21 May 2021
Retired, maybe The Washington Post 21 May 2021
Still asleep Newsday 07 Mar 2021
Where lying is always acceptable? Universal 17 Dec 2020
Ready for sleep, perhaps USA Today 05 Dec 2020
Ready for sleep Thomas Joseph 11 Nov 2019
Under the covers The Washington Post 28 Aug 2019
Under the covers LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2019
Where to have a leisurely breakfast Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2019
Sacked out LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2019
Sacked out The Washington Post 21 Mar 2019
Where to have a leisurely breakfast
Under the covers
Sacked out
Words added to fortune cookie fortunes for humorous effect
Sacked out USA Today 14 Dec 2017
Not up Thomas Joseph 29 Nov 2017
Not up Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2017
Taking a nap, say New York Times 31 Jul 2017
Retired for the night Newsday 07 May 2017
Not up yet Newsday 16 Apr 2017
Sacked out
Taking a nap, say
Sacked out Universal 31 May 2016
Cheeky words after reading a fortune cookie fortune Jonesin 05 Apr 2016
Not yet up LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2016
Laid up, say New York Times 18 Feb 2016
Not yet up
Out, perhaps
Sacked out
Laid up, say
Still sleeping New York Times 06 Jul 2015
Resting, perhaps Newsday 24 May 2015
Under the covers Newsday 03 Mar 2015
Down for the night
Still sleeping
Resting, perhaps
Under the covers
Retired
How breakfast may be served ... or how the answers to the eight starred clues should be entered?
Under cover?
Not up yet
Not yet up
Under cover?
Not up
Sleeping, say
Still asleep
Sacked out
Not up yet
Sick, or possibly doing something sick
"Lying ___, just like Brian Wilson did"
Sacked out
Asleep, perhaps
Under the covers
Napping
Retired
Not out of the sack
Comfy place to have breakfast
One way to serve breakfast
Like many dreamers
Under the covers
Asleep, probably
Asleep, probably
Laid up
Not up
Under the covers
Out, maybe
Still dozing
Not yet up
Still asleep
Ready to go out
Between the sheets
Retired for the night
Way to serve breakfast
Not well, perhaps
Not yet arisen
Not well, perhaps
Resting, say
Under cover
Laid up
Sacked out
Retired for the night
Ready to drop off
Catching some z's
Catching some Z's
Sacked out
Under the covers
Not out of the sack yet
Not up
Sacked?
Sacked?
Under the covers
Not up, perhaps
Retired for the night
Laid up
Not up, as yet
Words added to the end of cookie fortunes to make them humorous
Not up
Sacked out
Retired
Ready for dreamland
Not out of the sack
Under cover
Sacked?
Not up
Not up
Sacked out
Not yet risen
Ilka Chase's "___ We Cry"
Not up and about
"___ We Cry," book by Ilka Chase
Asleep.
Retired.
Breakfast ___.
"But it's nicer to lie ___."
Classic phrase added to the end of Chinese fortune cookie fortunes
Jokey phrase appended to fortune cookie fortunes
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