Crossword Clues for INIT

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Having a shot at winning Wall Street Journal 17 Nov 2022
Still competing New York Times 06 Nov 2022
Monogram pt Eugene Sheffer 01 Oct 2022
Not out of the running New York Times 19 Sep 2022
Not out of the running New York Times 18 Sep 2022
Still competing New York Times 11 Sep 2022
Still a contender New York Times 28 Jul 2022
Monogram pt Eugene Sheffer 27 Jul 2022
Still having a shot at winning New York Times 12 Jun 2022
Having a shot Newsday 21 May 2022
Not yet eliminated Universal 09 May 2022
“What’s ___ for me?” Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2022
Not eliminated Wall Street Journal 26 Mar 2022
D.C. part?: Abbr The Washington Post 11 Mar 2022
D.C. part?: Abbr LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2022
Monogram part: Abbr New York Times 02 Mar 2022
Monogram pt Eugene Sheffer 12 Feb 2022
Still contending Universal 01 Feb 2022
"What's — for me?" Eugene Sheffer 27 Jan 2022
Down but not out LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2022
Down but not out The Washington Post 26 Jan 2022
Still having a shot at winning Wall Street Journal 13 Jan 2022
Not yet eliminated USA Today 07 Dec 2021
Still competitive USA Today 20 Nov 2021
Still alive, so to speak New York Times 06 Nov 2021
See 2 The Guardian Cryptic 08 Oct 2021
''What's __ for me?'' Newsday 27 Sep 2021
Monogram pt Eugene Sheffer 04 Sep 2021
'What's ___ for me?' USA Today 05 Jul 2021
Still a competitor Universal 22 Jun 2021
"What's — for me?" Eugene Sheffer 17 Jun 2021
“What’s ___ for me?” Wall Street Journal 01 Jun 2021
Not out of contention Wall Street Journal 15 May 2021
Not out of the game Universal 04 May 2021
''What's __ for me?'' Newsday 21 Apr 2021
Not eliminated Universal 21 Apr 2021
Still having a chance Universal 02 Apr 2021
J, F or K, in 'JFK': Abbr The Washington Post 22 Mar 2021
J, F or K, in "JFK": Abbr LA Times Daily 22 Mar 2021
Currently contending Universal 08 Feb 2021
Still competing Wall Street Journal 14 Jan 2021
Still competing Universal 22 Dec 2020
Still having a chance to win Wall Street Journal 01 Dec 2020
Part of RBG or LBJ: Abbr The Washington Post 17 Nov 2020
Part of RBG or LBJ: Abbr LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2020
Letter opener, for short? Jonesin 03 Nov 2020
Not eliminated New York Times 10 Oct 2020
Competitive The Washington Post 18 Sep 2020
Competitive LA Times Daily 18 Sep 2020
Not yet eliminated Universal 07 Sep 2020
"What's — for me?" Thomas Joseph 07 Sep 2020
'Put a sock ___!' USA Today 22 Aug 2020
Still contending Universal 23 Jun 2020
Quick approval, for short Wall Street Journal 19 May 2020
Still having a shot to win Premier Sunday 22 Mar 2020
JFK part: Abbr The Washington Post 19 Mar 2020
JFK part: Abbr LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2020
Still fighting Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2020
Participating New York Times 10 Mar 2020
Not yet out of the running New York Times 19 Feb 2020
Not yet out of contention
Still contending Newsday 19 Dec 2019
Still a contender Universal 12 Nov 2019
'What's ___ for me?' New York Times 29 Oct 2019
"What's ___ for me?"
Monogram letter: Abbr Premier Sunday 29 Sep 2019
Not yet eliminated Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2019
Monogram component: Abbr New York Times 20 Aug 2019
Still a contender Wall Street Journal 01 May 2019
'What's — for me?' Eugene Sheffer 06 Apr 2019
"Down ___" (Nine Inch Nails) The New Yorker 25 Feb 2019
J. Edgar Hoover used one: Abbr New York Times 09 Jan 2019
Still a contender
Not yet eliminated
Monogram ltr Newsday 01 Jan 2019
J. Edgar Hoover used one: Abbr.
Still competing
Quick approval, for short
Still a contender
Not yet out of the running
Monogram component: Abbr.
Alive, competitively Wall Street Journal 11 Dec 2018
Having a shot to win Premier Sunday 11 Nov 2018
Having a shot to win Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2018
A possible winner Newsday 15 Sep 2018
Still vying New York Times 14 Sep 2018
Rolling __ (prosperous) Newsday 23 Aug 2018
Still having a shot at winning Wall Street Journal 02 Aug 2018
J.K. Rowling attribute, for short? Jonesin 03 Jul 2018
'What's for me?' Eugene Sheffer 20 Jun 2018
Part of a competition New York Times 07 Jun 2018
Monogram ltr Jonesin 10 Apr 2018
Very much alive Wall Street Journal 15 Mar 2018
Still competitive New York Times 21 Feb 2018
Still a contender New York Times 18 Feb 2018
"What's ___ for me?" USA Today 17 Feb 2018
Down but not out The Washington Post 02 Feb 2018
Down but not out LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2018
Part of a competition
Down but not out
Still having a shot at winning
Having a shot to win
Alive, competitively
"What's ___ for me?"
Still vying
Still competitive
Still a contender
Still competing New York Times 07 Dec 2017
Not yet eliminated LA Times Daily 13 Nov 2017
Not yet eliminated The Washington Post 13 Nov 2017
Still battling Newsday 28 Oct 2017
Still competing Newsday 24 Sep 2017
Still competitive Newsday 17 Sep 2017
Not yet eliminated from the contest The Washington Post 05 Sep 2017
Not yet eliminated from the contest LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2017
With a fighting chance Newsday 19 Aug 2017
Rolling ___ (wealthy) New York Times 26 Jul 2017
Not yet out of the running LA Times Daily 17 May 2017
Not yet out of the running The Washington Post 17 May 2017
Monogram ltr The Chronicle of Higher Education 10 Feb 2017
Monogram pt Eugene Sheffer 11 Jan 2017
Monogram component: Abbr Newsday 09 Jan 2017
Still competing
Monogram ltr.
Not yet eliminated
Not yet eliminated from the contest
Rolling ___ (wealthy)
Not yet out of the running
"What's __ for me?" LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2016
'What's ___ for me?' Wall Street Journal 17 Dec 2016
'What's -- for me?' Thomas Joseph 02 Dec 2016
Rolling ___ (wealthy) USA Today 24 Nov 2016
Part of A.A. Milne? LA Times Daily 20 Nov 2016
__ for the long haul Newsday 20 Nov 2016
Pt. of some signatures The Washington Post 13 Sep 2016
Still vying LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2016
Monogram ltr LA Times Daily 09 Aug 2016
Competitive at the moment Newsday 08 Jul 2016
Competing New York Times 23 Jun 2016
Approve, for short Wall Street Journal 18 Jun 2016
Still with a chance to win Newsday 12 Jun 2016
Still contending Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2016
Monogram pt USA Today 25 May 2016
J or D, for J.D. Salinger LA Times Daily 24 May 2016
Hankie embroidery (Abbr.) USA Today 03 May 2016
Still with a fighting chance The Washington Post 18 Jan 2016
One of two in 27-Down: Abbr New York Times 02 Jan 2016
Monogram pt.
Rolling ___ (wealthy)
Participating
One of two in 27-Down: Abbr.
Competing
J or D, for J.D. Salinger
Monogram ltr.
Part of A.A. Milne?
Still vying
Hankie embroidery (Abbr.)
Part of JFK: Abbr LA Times Daily 16 Dec 2015
'Down ___' (Nine Inch Nails song) Jonesin 24 Nov 2015
One of three for J. R. R. Tolkien: Abbr New York Times 25 Oct 2015
"What's ___ for me?" Universal 28 Sep 2015
Monogram pt Newsday 30 Aug 2015
___ for the money Jonesin 02 Jul 2015
Still having a chance Newsday 27 May 2015
Rolling ___ (rich) New York Times 18 Feb 2015
Surname preceder, perhaps: Abbr LA Times Daily 15 Feb 2015
Participating Premier Sunday 25 Jan 2015
Middle of many a sig Premier Sunday 18 Jan 2015
"What's ___ for me?"
Embroidered ltr.
Monogram part (abbr.)
"What's ___ for me?"
"Put a sock ___!"
Approve, briefly
Middle of many a sig.
Participating
Surname preceder, perhaps: Abbr.
"What's __ for me?"
Monogram pt.
Still competitive
Still having a chance
Part of JFK: Abbr.
One of three for J. R. R. Tolkien: Abbr.
Rolling ___ (rich)
Monogram letter: Abbr.
Part of U.S.: Abbr.
Monogram part: Abbr.
Approve, for short
Monogram ltr.
-- for the long run
F. Scott Fitzgerald used one (abbr.)
Part of FDR: Abbr.
Not out of the game
Rolling -- (rich)
Pt. of a monogram
Any part of USA
Common stand-in for a middle name (abbr.)
Still alive
Part of many co. names
Still contending
Lead character? (abbr.)
Participating
Still contending
HST part, say: Abbr.
Embroidered ltr.
Still alive
-- for the long term
"...now lie ___"
Embroidered ltr.
Part of many co. names
Chester A. Arthur has one (abbr.)
Having a shot at winning
Pt. of a monogram
Monogram part: Abbr.
"What's the harm __?"
"Put a sock ___!"
Monogram ltr.
Mid. name substitute
Not yet eliminated
Still competing
Mid. name substitute
Still competing
Rolling __ (wealthy)
Any part of NBC
Not out of contention
F. Lee Bailey uses one
Down but not out
Beginning ltr.
Not out of contention
___ to win
Personal letter: Abbr.
"My heart just isn't ___"
"What's __ for me?"
Still contending
___ for the long haul
Not out of the running
"I'm only ___ for the money"
Part of C.W. Post: Abbr.
Abbr. part, often
Vying
"What's ___ for me?"
Approve quickly, for short
Part of a monogram (abbr.)
Abbr. part, often
Part of C.W. Post: Abbr.
Vying
Competitive
Questionnaire datum: Abbr.
'Put a sock --!'
Monogram unit: Abbr.
Still alive
Not out of the running
Still competing
"Put a sock ___!"
Have a hand __
"Put a sock ___!"
___ for the money
Michael J. Fox uses one (abbr.)
Part of LBJ, e.g.: Abbr.
Alive, competitively
Monogram ltr.
Not out of the running
__ for the long haul
Part of LBJ, e.g.: Abbr.
F., D., or R.
Contending
Big letter on stationery: Abbr.
First ltr.
Middle part of many signatures: Abbr.
Contending
OK, in a way
Not hopelessly behind
Sign off on: Abbr.
L., B. or J.
Still alive
The G, W or B in G.W.B.
W., e.g.: Abbr.
Monogram ltr.
"There's no future __"
"There's no future __"
Still having a shot to win
Big stationery letter: Abbr.
-- for the money
OK, in a way
Monogram ltr.
Monogram pt.
Monogram pt.
82 Down part: abbr.
Acronym pt.
__ for the money
Part of JFK?: Abbr.
Ltr. of approval?
PC half?: Abbr.
Handkerchief ltr.
MLK part: Abbr.
Ltr. of approval?
J, F, or K, to JFK
Monogram letter (abbr.)
Still with a chance to win
Embroidered ltr., perhaps
Engraved ltr., perhaps
J. Paul Getty used one
Part of many a sig.
Personal letter?: Abbr.
Put one's foot __
Ltr. with a period
Still having a shot to win
The "W" in Geo. W. Bush, e.g.
__ for the money
Pt. of some signatures
__ for the money
'What's -- for me?'
-- for the long haul
Part of JFK?: Abbr.
PC half?: Abbr.
MLK part: Abbr.
Monogram pt.
Monogram unit: Abbr.
Ltr. on a handkerchief
Brief monogram
L, B, or J, to LBJ
"I'm only __ for the money."
"There's no future ___"
___ for the money
O.K., in a way: Abbr.
Quick approval: Abbr.
Signature part: Abbr.
___ for the long haul
___ up to one's ears
Pt. of an OK, maybe
"What's __ for me?"
J, F or K, e.g., in J.F.K.: Abbr.
Pt. of a monogram
Pt. of an OK, maybe
Signature piece, perhaps: Abbr.
"What's __ for me?"
Pt. of a monogram
Signature piece, perhaps: Abbr.
"What's __ for me?"
Rolling __ (rich)
"What's ___ for me?"
JFK, e.g.
Middle of many a sig.
J. Edgar Hoover used one: Abbr.
First (abbr.)
Not beaten yet
Monogram pt.
J., F. or K.: Abbr.
Acronym pt.
Engraved ltr., often
Monogram part: Abbr.
Not beaten yet
Monogram unit: Abbr.
Give an O.K., maybe
Part of the contest
Monogram unit: Abbr.
Part of a monogram: Abbr.
Part of a monogram: Abbr.
"Johnny B. Goode" has one (abbr.)
"We're all ___ together"
"Put a sock ___!"
Engraved ltr., often
Monogram part: Abbr.
Letterhead?: Abbr.
Embroidered ltr., often
"___ to win it."
"There's no future ___"
Pt. of an approval, perhaps
Monogram ltr.
Part of JFK: Abbr.
Part of H.M.S.: Abbr.
Stationery letter: Abbr.
J, F, or K, to JFK
Not hopelessly losing
Middle __: Abbr.
First ltr.
Pt. of a monogram
Part of H.M.S.: Abbr.
George W. Bush has one
O.K. in a way (abbr.)
Part of an OK, perhaps
Not hopelessly losing
Middle __: Abbr.
Part of JFK
Quick O.K.: Abbr.
Signature piece?: Abbr.
The "W" in George W. Bush, e.g.
Monogram unit: Abbr.
George's W., e.g.
Having a shot to win
Not hopelessly behind
"What's ____ for me?"
"What's ___ for me?"
"What's ___ ...?"
Acronym element: Abbr.
Not hopelessly behind
Having a shot to win
George's W., e.g.
OK, in a way
"What's _____ for me?"
Part of FDR (abbr.)
First ltr.
Part of FDR: Abbr.
'What's _____ for me?'
F. Murray Abraham feature: Abbr.
Part of an OK, perhaps
Bit of handkerchief embroidery: Abbr.
Part of an OK, perhaps
JFK or LBJ
"What's __ for me?"
1st letter
___ for the money
Acronym part: Abbr.
Monogram letter: Abbr.
Monogram pt.
T in TSE
J in JFK
Monogram part (Abbr.)
"Put a cork ___!"
Monogram unit, for short
"What's ___ for me?"
What's ___ for me?
Letter: abbr.
Name part: Abbr.
___ for the money
Part of DDE or HST
Participating
First ltr.
Monogram ltr.
Brief monogram
JFK e.g.
Hanky embroidery, maybe (abbr.)
"What's ___ for me?”
"What's ___ for me?"
What's ___ --- for me?
F., D. or R.
Acronym pt.
The "E" in E.G. Marshall, e.g.
Brief O.K.: Abbr.
Letter of approval?: Abbr.
Part of F.D.R.: Abbr.
GHWB or LBJ
"What's _____ for me?"
Frequent logo pt.
Ltr. opener?
Part of CBS
Part of an OK
Hanky embroidery (abbr.)
Acronym pt.
Entry blank datum: Abbr.
Any part of J.F.K.: Abbr.
Bit of stitching: Abbr.
Pt. Of a monogram
F. Scott Fitzgerald had one: Abbr.
Abbr. part, often
Monogram feature: Abbr.
"What's___for me?"
What's ____ for me?
Orig.
Acronym pt.
____ for the money
"What's _____ for me?"
"Where's the profit _____?"
"There's millions ___!": Twain-Warner
Pt. of a monogram
Monogram pt.
O., to O. Henry
Part of T.S.E.
Sign, in a way: Abbr.
Part of F.D.R.
Any letter in NATO
Part of G.B.S.
G.B.S. component
R.L.S. component
Any part of F.D.R.
"What's __ for me?"
"What's __ for me?
Part of an acronym
Put one's foot ___
First: Abbr.
Monogram element: Abbr.
Part of a monogram: Abbr.
Monogram: Abbr.
Parts of some sigs.
Initials, initially
"We're ___ together"
Handkerchief décor: Abbr.
"Her heart wasn't ___"
Sign in a way: Abbr.
Hanky décor: Abbr.
Item on a handbag: Abbr.
First letter: Abbr.
Put one's foot ___.
Letter of a kind: Abbr.
H.S.T. or F.D.R.
What's ___ for me?
Not ___ (outclassed).
Kind of letter: Abbr.
Letter: Abbr.
Of the beginning: Abbr.
Letter of a sort: Abbr.
Capital letter: Abbr.
Embroidery item: Abbr.
Part of a signature: Abbr.
Part of a John Hancock: Abbr.
Type of letter: Abbr.
Not ___ (hopelessly outclassed): Slang.
Not ___ (outclassed): Slang.
In ___ (at the beginning): Lat. abbr.
Decorative letter: Abbr.
Certain letters: Abbr.
Ornamental letter: Abbr.
Illuminated letter: Abbr.
In the beginning: Abbr.
Signature piece?: Abbr.
Competing
Still competing
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