Crossword Clues for ITS

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'Lay back, ___ all been done before' USA Today 25 Jun 2022
"__ my pleasure!" LA Times Daily 24 Jun 2022
"— a deal!" Thomas Joseph 24 Jun 2022
"__ go time!" LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2022
TGIF part Eugene Sheffer 20 Jun 2022
"___ curtains for you!" Universal 20 Jun 2022
Part 4 of the quip New York Times 15 Jun 2022
'___ about time!' USA Today 15 Jun 2022
'___ not easy being green' USA Today 11 Jun 2022
"— Not Unusual" Thomas Joseph 09 Jun 2022
"___ a double rainbow!" Universal 04 Jun 2022
"___ a bird..." Universal 31 May 2022
“___ been real” Wall Street Journal 24 May 2022
Word with or without an apostrophe Wall Street Journal 16 May 2022
"— been real!" Thomas Joseph 13 May 2022
'___ official . . .' USA Today 11 May 2022
The 'i' in fwiw USA Today 07 May 2022
"__ been a while!" LA Times Daily 06 May 2022
'__ been a while!' The Washington Post 06 May 2022
'___ the least I can do' USA Today 02 May 2022
“___ all Greek to me” Wall Street Journal 26 Apr 2022
"___ a deal!" Universal 26 Apr 2022
TGIF contraction Newsday 25 Apr 2022
"___ a darn shame!" Universal 19 Apr 2022
"— a girl!" Premier Sunday 20 Mar 2022
"If ___ really about to rain, I'm not going" Family Time 20 Mar 2022
Part of 53 Across Newsday 17 Mar 2022
Word before "a wash" or "a wrap" Universal 15 Mar 2022
'___ ok to not be ok' USA Today 10 Mar 2022
Word that may have an apostrophe Universal 06 Mar 2022
"— showtime!" Eugene Sheffer 04 Mar 2022
The I in TGIF USA Today 22 Feb 2022
"— a trap!" Premier Sunday 20 Feb 2022
'Tis all mixed up? Family Time 20 Feb 2022
"___ a Wonderful Life" Family Time 14 Feb 2022
That thing's Universal 08 Feb 2022
"___ all over now" Family Time 07 Feb 2022
TGIF part Eugene Sheffer 05 Feb 2022
'___ a whole thing' USA Today 04 Feb 2022
With 15-Down, brow-wiping comment The Washington Post 04 Feb 2022
With 15-Down, brow-wiping comment LA Times Daily 04 Feb 2022
Part of TGIF USA Today 02 Feb 2022
"— your loss!" Thomas Joseph 31 Jan 2022
'___ really not a big deal' USA Today 19 Jan 2022
"___ alive!" (horror movie cry) Universal 14 Jan 2022
"___ a long way from here to there" Family Time 09 Jan 2022
Repeated contraction in the '50s TV "Superman" intro LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2022
"— been real" Eugene Sheffer 06 Jan 2022
Part of TGIF Premier Sunday 02 Jan 2022
"___ never too late ..." Universal 25 Dec 2021
"___ not easy being green" Universal 24 Dec 2021
"— Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" Thomas Joseph 23 Dec 2021
With 51-Across, package recipient’s cry New York Times 18 Dec 2021
Belonging to the thing The Times Concise 03 Dec 2021
The I in FWIW USA Today 02 Dec 2021
The "I" in TGIF Universal 24 Nov 2021
TGIF part Eugene Sheffer 12 Nov 2021
Part of TGIF USA Today 05 Nov 2021
'___ not easy being green' USA Today 01 Nov 2021
"__ so you!" LA Times Daily 31 Oct 2021
First word of "A Hard Day's Night" Universal 31 Oct 2021
Commonly mispunctuated possessive Wall Street Journal 19 Oct 2021
TGIF contraction Newsday 18 Oct 2021
"___ now or never" Universal 15 Oct 2021
Part of FWIW New York Times 01 Oct 2021
The "I" in TGIF Universal 25 Sep 2021
"— been swell!" Thomas Joseph 18 Sep 2021
"___ not fair!" Universal 14 Sep 2021
TGIF part Eugene Sheffer 13 Sep 2021
''When ___ snowing, break out the sleds'' Family Time 30 Aug 2021
The I in TGIF USA Today 28 Aug 2021
Part of TGIF Wall Street Journal 28 Aug 2021
The I in FWIW USA Today 27 Aug 2021
'For what ___ worth . . .' USA Today 25 Aug 2021
'___ Your Thing' (Isley Brothers hit) USA Today 07 Aug 2021
The 'I' of FWIW New York Times 26 Jul 2021
"I wonder if ___ going to rain" Family Time 25 Jul 2021
Part of TGIF Newsday 25 Jul 2021
'___ on!' New York Times 24 Jul 2021
That thing's Family Time 19 Jul 2021
Belonging to the thing The Times Concise 17 Jul 2021
"___ about time!" Universal 12 Jul 2021
"___ tough, but I can do it" Family Time 11 Jul 2021
Third-person contraction Universal 10 Jul 2021
'__ no surprise' The Washington Post 08 Jul 2021
"__ no surprise" LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2021
"___ a trap!" Universal 06 Jul 2021
''__ about time!'' Newsday 05 Jul 2021
Bon Jovi’s “___ My Life” Wall Street Journal 28 Jun 2021
For what ___ worth Universal 24 Jun 2021
Belonging to the thing The Times Concise 09 Jun 2021
Every dog has ___ day Universal 04 Jun 2021
"___ a long story" Universal 03 Jun 2021
Part of TGIF LA Times Daily 30 May 2021
Part of TGIF The Washington Post 30 May 2021
"___ my pleasure!" Universal 26 May 2021
Part of TGIF Newsday 25 May 2021
“___ not what you think!” Wall Street Journal 24 May 2021
Cheez- — (crackers) Premier Sunday 23 May 2021
"___ pretty unusual" Family Time 17 May 2021
"Well, ___ about time!" Family Time 02 May 2021
"Every dog has ___ day." Family Time 25 Apr 2021
“___ So Easy” (Linda Ronstadt hit) Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2021
"___ a long story" Family Time 18 Apr 2021
“___ a long story” Wall Street Journal 17 Apr 2021
"— a deal!" Thomas Joseph 14 Apr 2021
The "I" in TGIF Universal 13 Apr 2021
“___ a jungle out there” Wall Street Journal 12 Apr 2021
'___ no big deal' USA Today 09 Apr 2021
"___ a little too cold" Family Time 28 Mar 2021
FWIW part Wall Street Journal 25 Mar 2021
"___ too good for words" Family Time 22 Mar 2021
"___ up to you" Universal 18 Mar 2021
"___ time to do a good deed" Family Time 14 Mar 2021
'___ magic!' New York Times 13 Mar 2021
“___ been real!” Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2021
TGIF part USA Today 13 Mar 2021
Part of TGIF Universal 22 Feb 2021
It is, condensed Canadiana 15 Feb 2021
'___ been a pleasure!' USA Today 26 Jan 2021
"___ time for a hot bath" Family Time 24 Jan 2021
First word on a birth announcement Wall Street Journal 19 Jan 2021
"— a snap!" Premier Sunday 17 Jan 2021
Introduction starter Newsday 14 Jan 2021
'For what ___ worth . . .' USA Today 12 Jan 2021
"___ going to be very hot today" Family Time 11 Jan 2021
"— a Wonderful Life" Eugene Sheffer 09 Jan 2021
Often-mispunctuated word New York Times 07 Jan 2021
"___ time for bed" Family Time 28 Dec 2020
"___ showtime!" Universal 18 Dec 2020
Part of FWIW USA Today 15 Dec 2020
'___ complicated' New York Times 09 Dec 2020
"___ a Wonderful Life" Family Time 07 Dec 2020
On __ way: sent LA Times Daily 07 Dec 2020
On __ way: sent The Washington Post 07 Dec 2020
Part of TGIF Wall Street Journal 07 Dec 2020
"___ beyond me" Universal 30 Nov 2020
"___ time for breakfast!" Family Time 23 Nov 2020
TGIF part Universal 22 Nov 2020
'___ Tricky' (Run-DMC hit) USA Today 20 Nov 2020
Carole King’s “___ Too Late” Wall Street Journal 14 Nov 2020
"___ time to replace that bulb" Family Time 09 Nov 2020
'__ alive!' The Washington Post 08 Nov 2020
"___ alive!" Universal 08 Nov 2020
"__ alive!" LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2020
"___ mine!" Universal 06 Nov 2020
'___ now or never!' USA Today 30 Oct 2020
TGIF part Eugene Sheffer 29 Oct 2020
Where ___ at New York Times 27 Oct 2020
"___ time for dinner" Family Time 26 Oct 2020
''__ all my fault'' Newsday 21 Oct 2020
'Baby, ___ you / You're the one I love . . .' USA Today 15 Oct 2020
Part of FWIW Universal 07 Oct 2020
'I should be into this guy / But ___ just a waste of time' (34-Across lyric) USA Today 05 Oct 2020
'___ Gonna Be Me' (NSYNC song) USA Today 22 Sep 2020
“___ about time!” Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2020
''__ no use!'' Newsday 10 Sep 2020
The thing's The Times Concise 08 Sep 2020
'___ your call' New York Times 06 Sep 2020
"___ about time!" Family Time 31 Aug 2020
'___ up to you' USA Today 30 Aug 2020
"___ now or never!" Universal 28 Aug 2020
'___ Quiet Uptown' (song from 'Hamilton') New York Times 28 Aug 2020
"___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Universal 23 Aug 2020
'___ No Secret' (Kylie Minogue song) The Washington Post Sunday 23 Aug 2020
'___ the least I can do' USA Today 19 Aug 2020
"___ a beautiful day in the neighborhood" Family Time 16 Aug 2020
'___ never too late!' USA Today 16 Aug 2020
With 55-Across, film comedy bomb of 1994 New York Times 15 Aug 2020
'___ anyone's game!' The Washington Post Sunday 02 Aug 2020
"— all true!" Premier Sunday 02 Aug 2020
"__ not over" LA Times Daily 31 Jul 2020
'__ not over' The Washington Post 31 Jul 2020
"___ not the end of the world" Universal 29 Jul 2020
“___ been swell!” Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2020
"— My Turn" (Diana Ross hit song) Eugene Sheffer 28 Jul 2020
"___ My Party" (Lesley Gore hit) Universal 27 Jul 2020
With 60-Across, 'That's right' USA Today 23 Jul 2020
"___ a trap!" Universal 22 Jul 2020
“___ never too late!” Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2020
Belonging to that thing over there Family Time 20 Jul 2020
'___ no use!' USA Today 16 Jul 2020
"__ nothing new" LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2020
'__ nothing new' The Washington Post 16 Jul 2020
''For what __ worth . . .'' Newsday 12 Jul 2020
'___ me!' New York Times 11 Jul 2020
Third word of 6 Down The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jul 2020
TGIF segment Universal 22 Jun 2020
With 9-Down, response to a knock at the door New York Times 19 Jun 2020
TGIF part The Washington Post 12 Jun 2020
TGIF part LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2020
That thing's Universal 05 Jun 2020
Contraction with "your move" Family Time 01 Jun 2020
The "I" of TGIF Eugene Sheffer 29 May 2020
Oft-mispunctuated word LA Times Daily 17 May 2020
Word with "about time" Family Time 17 May 2020
Oft-mispunctuated word The Washington Post 17 May 2020
FWIW part New York Times 15 May 2020
''__ about time!'' Newsday 05 May 2020
Possessive pronoun Family Time 04 May 2020
Third word of FWIW The Washington Post Sunday 03 May 2020
Word often mispunctuated Wall Street Journal 30 Apr 2020
'___ on!' New York Times 19 Apr 2020
'___ all a blur' New York Times 10 Apr 2020
Of itself Canadiana 06 Apr 2020
'___ all relative' The Washington Post Sunday 05 Apr 2020
"___ a date!" Universal 30 Mar 2020
"___ been a while" Universal 27 Mar 2020
'__ show time!' The Washington Post 23 Mar 2020
"__ show time!" LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2020
“___ De-Lovely” Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2020
Common recipient of an erroneous apostrophe New York Times 13 Mar 2020
"For what ___ worth ..." Family Time 08 Mar 2020
'___ Superman!' New York Times 02 Mar 2020
Often-mispunctuated possessive Universal 28 Feb 2020
'— showtime!' Eugene Sheffer 22 Feb 2020
Middle of a mountaineering explanation Newsday 22 Feb 2020
'— my fault' Premier Sunday 19 Jan 2020
Possessive pronoun The Times Concise 06 Jan 2020
'— so you!' Premier Sunday 29 Dec 2019
'__ not my call' The Washington Post 14 Dec 2019
"__ not my call" LA Times Daily 14 Dec 2019
Part of TGIF USA Today 11 Dec 2019
"___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia" The New Yorker 09 Dec 2019
"___ all good!" Universal 03 Dec 2019
'— a Wonderful Life' Eugene Sheffer 22 Nov 2019
'___ alive!' New York Times 16 Nov 2019
“___ Now or Never” Wall Street Journal 16 Nov 2019
'___ a date!' New York Times 14 Nov 2019
“___ my pleasure!” Wall Street Journal 14 Nov 2019
Belonging to that thing Family Time 28 Oct 2019
'— Now or Never' Thomas Joseph 21 Oct 2019
Part of fwiw
Part of fwiw New York Times 13 Oct 2019
FWIW part USA Today 06 Oct 2019
'___ only money!' USA Today 04 Oct 2019
"___ about time!" Universal 15 Sep 2019
“___ complicated” Wall Street Journal 22 Aug 2019
Belonging to that The Telegraph Quick 17 Aug 2019
'— a deal!' Eugene Sheffer 03 Aug 2019
'— a deal!' Thomas Joseph 30 Jul 2019
"__ now or never" LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2019
'__ now or never' The Washington Post 29 Jul 2019
''__ no bother'' Newsday 04 Jul 2019
Where-at filler Newsday 27 Jun 2019
'FWIW' part Premier Sunday 23 Jun 2019
'___ never too late to learn' New York Times 10 Jun 2019
'TGIF' part Premier Sunday 02 Jun 2019
"___ alive!" The New Yorker 27 May 2019
'___ your loss!' Wall Street Journal 13 May 2019
"__ Been Awhile": Staind song LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2019
'__ Been Awhile': Staind song The Washington Post 23 Apr 2019
'__ a deal!' The Washington Post 12 Apr 2019
"__ a deal!" LA Times Daily 12 Apr 2019
'— your loss!' Thomas Joseph 06 Apr 2019
'___ over' New York Times 24 Mar 2019
'___ a long story' New York Times 07 Mar 2019
'__ about time!' The Washington Post 01 Mar 2019
"__ about time!" LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2019
'— a Small World' Thomas Joseph 25 Feb 2019
"___ My Party" Family Time 25 Feb 2019
'___ the least I can do' New York Times 29 Jan 2019
'— been real' Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2019
Word before 'a bird,' 'a plane' and 'Superman!' New York Times 21 Jan 2019
First word of Mr. Rogers' song USA Today 18 Jan 2019
"___ a beautiful day" Family Time 07 Jan 2019
"__ so you!" LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2019
'__ so you!' The Washington Post 06 Jan 2019
Oft-mispunctuated word
"__ Been Awhile": Staind song
"__ now or never"
"___ complicated"
"___ your loss!"
Word before "a bird," "a plane" and "Superman!"
"___ over"
"___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
FWIW part
"___ Now or Never"
TGIF part
"___ about time!"
First word of Mr. Rogers' song
"___ only money!"
Part of FWIW
That thing's
"___ never too late to learn"
"__ about time!"
"___ a long story"
"__ so you!"
"___ the least I can do"
"__ a deal!"
'___ about time!' Wall Street Journal 31 Dec 2018
'___ been swell!' Wall Street Journal 29 Dec 2018
'___ time!' New York Times 28 Dec 2018
''___ a beautiful day!'' Family Time 23 Dec 2018
''__ showtime!'' Newsday 19 Dec 2018
Opening word of 'Monty Python's Flying Circus' episodes Jonesin 18 Dec 2018
Neutral possessive The Washington Post 13 Dec 2018
Neutral possessive LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2018
'__ Quiet Uptown': 'Hamilton' song The Washington Post 05 Dec 2018
"__ Quiet Uptown": "Hamilton" song LA Times Daily 05 Dec 2018
''__ been a long time'' Newsday 05 Dec 2018
Neutral possessive Universal 03 Dec 2018
Oft-mispunctuated possessive Wall Street Journal 29 Nov 2018
The thing's Universal 25 Nov 2018
Word with "the law" Universal 24 Nov 2018
'___ 5 o'clock somewhere!' USA Today 18 Nov 2018
With 114-Down, 'Not true!' Premier Sunday 11 Nov 2018
"___ a good day to go surfing" Family Time 29 Oct 2018
'___ Not Unusual' (Tom Jones standard) New York Times 22 Oct 2018
'___ official' New York Times 21 Oct 2018
Word with "a date" Universal 17 Oct 2018
'-- your call' Premier Sunday 14 Oct 2018
"___ going to be a great day!" Family Time 14 Oct 2018
'___ time' New York Times 07 Oct 2018
Word with "only money" Universal 25 Sep 2018
'-- been real!' Thomas Joseph 24 Sep 2018
"For what ___ worth ..." Universal 21 Sep 2018
'___ alive!' Wall Street Journal 06 Sep 2018
They're tagged Universal 29 Aug 2018
"__ go time!" LA Times Daily 29 Aug 2018
'__ go time!' The Washington Post 29 Aug 2018
"___ a good thing!" Family Time 26 Aug 2018
'Live from New York, __ 'Saturday Night!'' The Washington Post 21 Aug 2018
"Live from New York, __ 'Saturday Night!'" LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2018
"__ a Sin": Pet Shop Boys hit LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2018
'__ a Sin': Pet Shop Boys hit The Washington Post 20 Aug 2018
That thing's Family Time 20 Aug 2018
"__ yours": "My gift" LA Times Daily 19 Aug 2018
'__ yours': 'My gift' The Washington Post 19 Aug 2018
''__ complicated'' Newsday 16 Aug 2018
'___ a beautiful day in the neighborhood': Mr. Rogers New York Times 07 Aug 2018
"___ time to go" Family Time 05 Aug 2018
''__ all good'' Newsday 05 Aug 2018
'-- a deal!' Thomas Joseph 23 Jul 2018
'Tis anagram Universal 08 Jul 2018
"Now ___ official!" Universal 07 Jul 2018
'___ a living' New York Times 19 Jun 2018
Cousin of hers LA Times Daily 16 Jun 2018
Cousin of hers The Washington Post 16 Jun 2018
Some tag players Family Time 11 Jun 2018
'___ over' ('We're done') New York Times 11 Jun 2018
"___ now or never!" Family Time 10 Jun 2018
That thing's Newsday 25 May 2018
Word often improperly punctuated The Washington Post 18 May 2018
Word often improperly punctuated LA Times Daily 18 May 2018
"___ your turn" Universal 16 May 2018
'___ official ...' New York Times 16 May 2018
For what - worth link Universal 01 May 2018
' showtime!' Eugene Sheffer 20 Apr 2018
Gender-neutral possessive The Washington Post 19 Apr 2018
Gender-neutral possessive LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2018
TGIF word Universal 18 Apr 2018
"__ a date!" LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2018
'__ a date!' The Washington Post 07 Apr 2018
"___ only money" Universal 22 Feb 2018
Part of F.W.I.W Family Time 05 Feb 2018
Part of T.G.I.F New York Times 28 Jan 2018
Monster's pronoun Universal 26 Jan 2018
Ran __ course Newsday 25 Jan 2018
'-- been swell!' Thomas Joseph 13 Jan 2018
Thing's pronoun Universal 13 Jan 2018
"__ a date!"
"For what ___ worth ..."
"Now ___ official!"
"___ only money"
"___ your turn"
'Tis anagram
For what - worth link
Monster's pronoun
Neutral possessive
TGIF word
The thing's
They're tagged
Thing's pronoun
Word with "a date"
Word with "only money"
Word with "the law"
"___ time"
"___ time!"
Part of TGIF
Oft-mispunctuated possessive
"___ been swell!"
"___ alive!"
"___ about time!"
'__ your turn' The Washington Post 01 Jan 2018
"___ over" ("We're done")
"___ official"
"___ official ..."
"___ complicated"
"___ a living"
"___ a beautiful day in the neighborhood": Mr. Rogers
"___ Not Unusual" (Tom Jones standard)
Word often improperly punctuated
Neutral possessive
Gender-neutral possessive
Cousin of hers
"__ yours": "My gift"
"__ your turn"
"__ go time!"
Part of T.G.I.F.
"__ a Sin": Pet Shop Boys hit
"__ Quiet Uptown": "Hamilton" song
"__ your turn" LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2018
"Live from New York, __ 'Saturday Night!'"
"___ 5 o'clock somewhere!"
"___ a date!"
'O'er Bethlehem it took -- rest' (carol) The Telegraph General Knowledge 24 Dec 2017
'___ lovely weather for a sleigh ride together with you' Wall Street Journal 23 Dec 2017
' a Wonderful Life' Eugene Sheffer 20 Dec 2017
'___ beginning to look a lot like Christmas...' Wall Street Journal 20 Dec 2017
It is shortened? Family Time 10 Dec 2017
"... for what ___ worth" Universal 09 Dec 2017
"___ Complicated" Universal 07 Dec 2017
The "I" in TGIF LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2017
The 'I' in TGIF The Washington Post 04 Dec 2017
'-- all true' Premier Sunday 03 Dec 2017
'-- in there!' Premier Sunday 19 Nov 2017
"___ not too late!" Family Time 30 Oct 2017
'___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia' New York Times 23 Oct 2017
TGIF part Newsday 12 Oct 2017
"__ not up to me" LA Times Daily 09 Oct 2017
'__ not up to me' The Washington Post 09 Oct 2017
I'm no silly goose (Part 3) Universal 08 Oct 2017
"___ your call" USA Today 05 Oct 2017
For what __ worth Newsday 20 Sep 2017
With 11-Down, 1970 Perry Como hit USA Today 17 Aug 2017
"___ complicated" Universal 04 Aug 2017
' been real' Eugene Sheffer 27 Jul 2017
Some tagged players Family Time 24 Jul 2017
'___ a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World' (1963 film) New York Times 18 Jul 2017
'___ been real!' Wall Street Journal 10 Jul 2017
It is shortened? Universal 30 Jun 2017
"___ my party . . ." USA Today 24 Jun 2017
"___ showtime!" USA Today 19 Jun 2017
'___ Quiet Uptown' ('Hamilton' number) The Chronicle of Higher Education 09 Jun 2017
'__ only me!' The Washington Post 07 Jun 2017
"__ only me!" LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2017
'-- a go' Premier Sunday 04 Jun 2017
'___ All Over Now' (Rolling Stones hit) New York Times 31 May 2017
Possessive pronoun for a thing Family Time 28 May 2017
' a deal!' Eugene Sheffer 23 May 2017
Gender-neutral possessive USA Today 08 May 2017
'___ all good' New York Times 07 May 2017
"___ been real!" USA Today 23 Apr 2017
Seekers in a kid's game Universal 18 Apr 2017
'-- Now or Never' Thomas Joseph 03 Apr 2017
'___ the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' Jonesin 28 Mar 2017
Part of FWIW The Washington Post 23 Mar 2017
Part of FWIW LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2017
'__ Not Easy Being Green' The Washington Post 19 Mar 2017
"__ Not Easy Being Green" LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2017
With 37-Across, "No problem" LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2017
"__ no use!" LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2017
'-- a Small World' Thomas Joseph 06 Feb 2017
"___ only a game" Universal 03 Feb 2017
Not his or hers? Universal 31 Jan 2017
"___ your move" Universal 28 Jan 2017
Old TV's "___ Academic" Universal 20 Jan 2017
'___ no bother' The Washington Post 18 Jan 2017
'___ a trap!' New York Times 17 Jan 2017
TGIF's 'I' Premier Sunday 08 Jan 2017
"__ no use!"
Seekers in a kid's game
Old TV's "___ Academic"
Not his or hers?
It is shortened?
I'm no silly goose (Part 3)
"___ your move"
"___ complicated"
"___ Complicated"
"... for what ___ worth"
With 37-Across, "No problem"
The "I" in TGIF
Part of TGIF
"__ only me!"
"__ not up to me"
"___ been real!"
"___ my party . . ."
"___ showtime!"
"___ your call"
Gender-neutral possessive
Part of FWIW
With 11-Down, 1970 Perry Como hit
"___ Quiet Uptown" ("Hamilton" number)
"___ all good"
"___ alive!"
"___ a trap!"
"___ a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963 film)
"___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
"___ All Over Now" (Rolling Stones hit)
"___ a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" Universal 14 Dec 2016
Possessive often written incorrectly Universal 01 Dec 2016
Identification lead-in Newsday 25 Nov 2016
'Where ___ At' (Beck song) Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2016
Often-incorrectly apostrophized pronoun USA Today 21 Nov 2016
"___ all in your mind" Universal 07 Nov 2016
'-- your loss!' Thomas Joseph 07 Nov 2016
"___ Complicated" (Streep movie) USA Today 29 Oct 2016
Neuter possessive Newsday 23 Oct 2016
FWIW part Premier Sunday 16 Oct 2016
'___ a Sin' (Pet Shop Boys hit of '87) The Washington Post 15 Oct 2016
Possessive often containing a mistaken apostrophe New York Times 12 Oct 2016
"___ a Wonderful Life" USA Today 27 Sep 2016
Oft-mispunctuated word Wall Street Journal 22 Sep 2016
"__ all good" LA Times Daily 13 Sep 2016
Part 7 of today's quote Canadiana 05 Sep 2016
'___ your loss' Wall Street Journal 29 Aug 2016
'For what ___ worth ...' The Washington Post 26 Aug 2016
'___ on me' New York Times 18 Aug 2016
Ricky Nelson hit '___ Late' Wall Street Journal 12 Aug 2016
Part of T.G.I.F Family Time 08 Aug 2016
Neutral pronoun Newsday 05 Aug 2016
''__ a deal!'' Newsday 02 Aug 2016
"___ a Small World" Universal 24 Jul 2016
Something often preceding ''you'' or ''yours'' Newsday 23 Jul 2016
1964 Roy Orbison hit '___ Over' Wall Street Journal 21 Jul 2016
Impersonal pronoun Universal 09 Jul 2016
Belonging to that Wall Street Journal 08 Jul 2016
"___ not easy being green" Family Time 04 Jul 2016
'___ showtime!' The Washington Post 29 Jun 2016
A thing's Newsday 24 Jun 2016
'___ Over' (Roy Orbison hit) Wall Street Journal 22 Jun 2016
First word said after a birth Universal 20 Jun 2016
"___ a small world" Family Time 05 Jun 2016
With 42-Down, "We have the OK" Universal 28 May 2016
"__ the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" LA Times Daily 26 May 2016
'___ All Too Much' (Beatles song) New York Times 15 May 2016
TGIF or FWIW segment The Washington Post 12 May 2016
'Hello, ___ me' (Adele lyric) Wall Street Journal 12 May 2016
Introduction introducer Newsday 06 May 2016
What precedes a boy or a girl at birth? The Washington Post 01 May 2016
"__ a boy!" Universal 18 Apr 2016
With 50 Down, frustration exclamation Newsday 14 Apr 2016
Common possessive Universal 12 Apr 2016
FWIW part Universal 11 Apr 2016
'___ only a game' Wall Street Journal 08 Apr 2016
With 43-Across, treater's words Wall Street Journal 06 Apr 2016
'___ a small world' Jonesin 05 Apr 2016
"__ alive!" Universal 02 Apr 2016
'___ a long story' The Washington Post 25 Mar 2016
Word often wrongly apostrophized New York Times 16 Mar 2016
"___ been real!" Family Time 14 Mar 2016
"___ now or never!" USA Today 09 Mar 2016
Of a thing USA Today 02 Mar 2016
___ a Beautiful Day ('60s psychedelic band) The Washington Post 29 Feb 2016
Belonging to that thing The Times Concise 24 Feb 2016
'-- been real' Thomas Joseph 24 Feb 2016
Possessive pronoun Universal 15 Feb 2016
Part of TGIF The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Feb 2016
"___ not my fault!" Universal 08 Feb 2016
Contraction often confused with a possessive adjective The Washington Post 07 Feb 2016
"___ a deal!" Universal 01 Feb 2016
For what ___ worth USA Today 28 Jan 2016
It is; it has The Times Concise 21 Jan 2016
"___ very nice to see you" Family Time 17 Jan 2016
With 42-Down, "We have the OK"
"__ all good"
"___ on me"
Possessive often containing a mistaken apostrophe
"___ a Small World"
"___ been a while"
"___ no use"
"___ no use" Universal 01 Jan 2016
"___ not my fault!"
Part of TGIF
"___ showtime!"
Impersonal pronoun
First word said after a birth
"___ a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World"
"__ the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown"
For what ___ worth
"___ a Wonderful Life"
"___ Complicated" (Streep movie)
"Really, ___ nothing"
"___ never too late" Universal 31 Dec 2015
"__ a Small World" Universal 29 Dec 2015
"___ Raining Men" Universal 28 Dec 2015
"For what ___ worth . . ." USA Today 22 Dec 2015
'___ now or never' The Chronicle of Higher Education 18 Dec 2015
The thing's Family Time 13 Dec 2015
Impersonal pronoun Newsday 03 Dec 2015
'___ a long story' Wall Street Journal 01 Dec 2015
Possessive pronoun USA Today 01 Dec 2015
'-- a Wonderful Life' Thomas Joseph 26 Nov 2015
Word enoting ownership Canadiana 09 Nov 2015
They play tag Universal 03 Nov 2015
Frequently mispunctuated word Universal 02 Nov 2015
Part of FWIW Eugene Sheffer 22 Oct 2015
"Really, ___ nothing" USA Today 21 Oct 2015
Not his or hers Family Time 18 Oct 2015
'-- a Cryin' Shame' Thomas Joseph 14 Oct 2015
Common contraction Universal 11 Oct 2015
That thing's USA Today 09 Oct 2015
'Monty Python' intro Eugene Sheffer 09 Oct 2015
'___ a bird ...' New York Times 08 Oct 2015
"___ a Beautiful Morning" Universal 05 Oct 2015
With 12-Down, 'Gimme that!' New York Times 28 Sep 2015
'Monty Python' opener Eugene Sheffer 26 Sep 2015
____ a boy! Canadiana 21 Sep 2015
Post-___ New York Times 20 Sep 2015
"___ not what you think!" Universal 12 Sep 2015
Genderless possessive Universal 06 Sep 2015
"__ a trick!" LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2015
' Impossible' Eugene Sheffer 18 Aug 2015
Part of FWIW Newsday 14 Aug 2015
Part of FWIW Wall Street Journal 07 Aug 2015
Not his or hers Universal 03 Aug 2015
I, in some initialisms Newsday 31 Jul 2015
'___ Magic,' Doris Day hit New York Times 25 Jul 2015
It is in most dialogue? Universal 18 Jul 2015
'___ a deal!' New York Times 14 Jul 2015
"Are you sure ___ OK?" USA Today 13 Jul 2015
Mail carrier's pun (part 4) Universal 12 Jul 2015
'___ been real' Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2015
"Really, ___ nothing" Universal 10 Jun 2015
'- true!' Premier Sunday 31 May 2015
Part of T.G.I.F Eugene Sheffer 27 May 2015
Before-time link Universal 15 May 2015
Belonging to a thing Universal 11 May 2015
"__ only a game" LA Times Daily 06 May 2015
"___ A Beautiful Morning" USA Today 26 Apr 2015
'-- my fault' Premier Sunday 19 Apr 2015
"___ show time!" Universal 18 Apr 2015
The 'I' of T.G.I.F New York Times 07 Apr 2015
"___ a Beautiful Morning" USA Today 07 Apr 2015
"Look, ___ a miracle!" Universal 12 Mar 2015
Belonging to that thing Universal 08 Mar 2015
Before-time link USA Today 04 Mar 2015
They're inhuman Universal 28 Feb 2015
'___ Late' (Ricky Nelson hit) New York Times 22 Feb 2015
They've been tagged Universal 12 Feb 2015
Belonging to a particular thing The Times Concise 10 Feb 2015
"Every dog has ___ day" USA Today 05 Feb 2015
FW*W New York Times 03 Feb 2015
Part of TGIF Eugene Sheffer 29 Jan 2015
"___ a miracle!" Universal 24 Jan 2015
"___ a beautiful morning" (Rascals lyric) Universal 17 Jan 2015
"___ none of your business" USA Today 15 Jan 2015
"Really, ___ nothing"
"___ Raining Men"
"___ a Beautiful Morning"
"___ a beautiful morning" (Rascals lyric)
"___ a miracle!"
Post-___
___ my fault"
"__ only a game"
"__ a trick!"
"___ Late" (Ricky Nelson hit)
The "I" of T.G.I.F.
With 12-Down, "Gimme that!"
For what __ worth
"___ Me or the Dog"
I, in some initialisms
"___ complicated" (relationship status)
Impersonal pronoun
Part of FWIW
Part of TGIF
"Are you sure ___ OK?"
"Monty Python" opener
Part of FWIW
"- true!"
Men at Work "___ a Mistake"
"___ Magic," Doris Day hit
That thing's
"___ a bird ..."
"___ a deal!"
"Every dog has ___ day"
FW*W
"___ now or never"
Part of FWIW
"___ a long story"
"For what ___ worth . . ."
"___ A Beautiful Morning"
They've been tagged
They're inhuman
They play tag
Mail carrier's pun (part 4)
It is in most dialogue?
Frequently mispunctuated word
First word of "Thriller"
Common contraction
Before-time link
"___ show time!"
"___ not what you think!"
"___ never too late"
"___ all in your mind"
___ Just Lunch (dating service)
Word often mis-apostrophized
Possessive adjective often misapostrophized
"___ alive!" ("Frankenstein" quote)
That thing's
Possessive pronoun
Before-time link
"___ none of your business"
"___ a Beautiful Morning"
'FWIW' part
"Look, ___ a miracle!"
"__ a Small World"
Frequently mispunctuated word
"___ only money"
"___ now or never!"
"___ Not Unusual" (Tom Jones)
Word repeated in the "Superman" intro
With 45-Down, phrase accompanying a handshake
"___ Too Late" (Carole King)
"___ Howdy Doody time!"
Neither his nor hers
Word with "too late"
Possessive without an apostrophe
Roy Orbison's "___ Over"
"___ only a game"
"___ My Life" (Bon Jovi song)
"___ a beautiful morning"
"___ none of your business"
"___ now or never"
Common possessive
Some players in tag
The "I" in T.G.I.F.
The "I" of TGIF
"___ your call"
"___ Complicated" (Meryl Streep movie)
"___ no biggie"
"___ me"
"___ a miracle!"
"___ Now or Never" (1960 chart-topper by Elvis Presley)
"___ show time!"
FWIW part
"__ a long story"
Handler best seller "Are You There, Vodka? ___ Me, Chelsea"
Commonly mistyped word
Word with an often omitted or extraneous apostrophe
'-- a living'
'-- all over!'
'-- all true!'
Cheez- -- (crackers)
What "c'est" can mean
A thing's
"__ you!"
"__ open!"
For what __ worth
Porter's "__ De-Lovely"
The thing is?
The "I" in TGIF
Tag chasers
Part of TGIF
Neither his nor hers
Belonging to that thing
"Where ___ at"
"___ a deal!"
Carole King's "___ Too Late"
Buffalo Springfield "For What ___ Worth"
"___ a long story"
"___ a date!"
"__ a long story"
"__ a rip-off!"
"Every dog has ___ day"
Word often mistakenly apostrophized
Indefinite pronoun
Possessive pronoun
Unspecific pronoun
___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia
"__ in the bag!"
". . . for what ___ worth"
"___ been fun"
Common contraction
Genderless possessive
"___ a deal!"
"__ now or never"
"___ your call"
Oft-mismarked possessive
With 11-Down, "See you then!"
"Don't judge a book by ___ cover"
It is in most dialogue?
Not his or hers
Oft-mismarked possessive
They've been tagged
'Every dog has -- day'
"___ about time!"
With 9-Down, discounter's hyperbole
"___ magic"
"__ your move"
"___ Raining Men"
The Who's "___ Hard"
" ... book by __ cover"
"__ My Party": Lesley Gore hit
" ... book by __ cover"
"__ My Party": Lesley Gore hit
"__ a rip-off!"
"__ in the bag!"
With 11-Down, "See you then!"
With 36-Down, "Easy!"
Oft-mispunctuated possessive
Genderless ones
Contraction that gives trouble to many
"___ your call"
"___ party time!"
"___ only money!"
"___ now or never!"
"... and everything in ___ place"
"Don't Think Twice, ___ All Right"
"___ Now or Never" (Presley hit)
"___ De-Lovely"
"___ Now or Never"
"___ a long story"
"___ a done deal"
"___ party time!"
Doris Day hit "___ Magic"
Oft-mistyped possessive
"__ complicated"
With 18-Down, exclamation in "Frankenstein"
"___ never going to work!"
With 40-Across, a chorus line ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme
"___ about time!"
"___ a Wonderful Life"
"___ Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas"
"... ___ how you play the game"
"___ your lucky day!"
'-- all good!'
"Baby __ You": Shirelles hit
"Don't judge a book by ___ cover"
"___ your move"
Word with an erroneous apostrophe, sometimes
Word often given an incorrect apostrophe
First word of "A Hard Day's Night"
The "I" in TGIF
"__ a trap!"
"___ Hard" (1982 album by the Who)
"___ nothing"
Part of T.G.I.F.
Oft-mispunctuated pronoun
"___ never too late!"
FWIW part
"__ not my fault!"
"___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
"__ only money!"
Identification introduction
'-- in the bag!'
"___ open!"
Part of TGIF
'-- a snap!'
Word with an incorrect apostrophe, often
"___ all in the wrist"
"___ You" (song from "The Music Man")
"Baby __ You": Shirelles hit
"___ Over" (Roy Orbison song)
"__ a trap!"
"__ only money!"
Some tag players
Nitpicky word for grammarians
"___ So Easy" (Linda Ronstadt hit)
Supertramp "___ Raining Again"
Boston "___ Easy"
'-- that time'
'TGIF' part
TGIF's 'I'
"___ a fact!"
Billy Joel "___ Still Rock and Roll to Me"
First word of "A Hard Day's Night"
"Live from New York, ___ Saturday Night!"
The "I" in FWIW
Word that often precedes "showtime"
Lead-in to a date?
Word often missing an apostrophe
'-- now or never!'
FWIW part
"___ me" (phone comment)
"___ mine!"
"___ not my fault!"
Often-misused possessive
T.G.I.F. part
"___ Raining Men"
"___ been real"
"___ just not fair"
"___ later than you think"
"___ no use!"
"___ not for me to say"
"___ now or never!"
Cole Porter's "___ De-Lovely"
For what ___ worth
Possessive adjective
"__ a Wonderful Life"
"__ all in your mind"
"__ for me to know ..."
Apostropheless possessive
With 13-Across, coming-out phrase?
Men At Work: "___ a Mistake"
Every Rose Has ___ Thorn
Beck: "Where ___ At"
"__ a deal!"
Some players in tag
"___ only a game"
"___ alive!"
"___ about time!"
"___ a boy!"
"___ Raining Men"
With 13-Across, coming-out phrase?
Apostropheless possessive
"__ for me to know ..."
"__ all in your mind"
"__ a Wonderful Life"
With 1-Down, "Piece of cake!"
"___ a Sin" ('87 Pet Shop Boys hit)
With 40-Across, breakup statement
Carole King's "___ Too Late"
The "I" in 23-Down
"__ show time!"
"___ De-Lovely"
"___ a beautiful day in the neighborhood"
"___ showtime!"
"___ So Easy" (Linda Ronstadt hit)
Part of 46-Down
"___ Growing" (Temptations hit)
Part of T.G.I.F.
"___ Alive" (1974 thriller)
Tagged game-players
Sexless possessive
"__ show time!"
"__ complicated"
"__ a done deal"
"___ only a game"
"__ a date!"
"__ complicated"
Contraction that gives many spellers trouble
"__ a done deal"
With 23-Down, "Duck soup!"
Where __ at
"___ you!"
'-- so you!'
TGIF part
__ "a Gift "(W.C. Fields film)
'-- a boy!'
Often-misspelled possessive
With 23-Down, "Duck soup!"
Where __ at
Roy Orbison's "__ Over"
Part of 46-Down
Sigmund Freud's "Civilization and ___ Discontents"
Neutral possessive pronoun
"___ no skin off my back"
Roy Orbison's "__ Over"
"___ alive!"
"___ a bird ..."
"___ a small world . . ."
"___ on me"
TGIF part
"___ no big deal"
"__ only money"
"__ on me"
"__ on me"
"__ no use!"
___ Just Lunch (popular dating service)
"___ so funny!"
"___ OK with me"
"___ no skin off my nose"
"___ only money!"
Possessive pronoun
"___ your call"
"___ My Party" (1963 hit by Lesley Gore)
"___ been real!"
"___ always something"
Sexless possessive
The "I" in T.G.I.F.
'I' of TGIF
'-- about time!'
'-- a living!'
'-- a girl!'
"___ show time!"
"___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
Opening word of the "Howdy Doody Show" theme song
"The Ego and ___ Own" (Max Stirner work)
With 6-Down, "Curious ..."
TGIF part
For what __ worth
"___ no big deal"
"For what __ worth . . ."
"__ time!"
Some tag players
Tag needs
"__ only money"
Ricky Nelson's "___ Late"
Word often given an unnecessary apostrophe
Part of TGIF
"__ alive!"
"___ My Party" (1963 #1 hit)
Word often given an incorrect apostrophe
"___ me"
"___ the economy, stupid!" (Bill Clinton, 1992)
"___ the economy, stupid"
"___ up to you"
Part of FWIW
Part of TGIF
Word that often precedes "showtime"
Antepenultimate word in the opening sketch of "Saturday Night Live"
"... for what __ worth"
"__ now or never!"
Oft-mistyped possessive
Where-at link
With 23-Down, "You're on!"
". . . ___ how you play the game"
"__ about time!"
"___ My Party" (1963 #1 hit for Lesley Gore)
"___ only money"
Part of FWIW
With 39-Down, words found on some balloons
"___ Alive!" (1974 thriller)
"___ Not About the Bike" (Lance Armstrong book)
"___ a Long Way to Tipperary"
Every dog has ___ day
Word often mistakenly apostrophized
"... for what __ worth"
"__ now or never!"
Oft-mistyped possessive
Where-at link
With 23-Down, "You're on!"
'-- over!'
'-- magic!'
'-- a long story'
'-- a go!'
'-- a deal!'
Word often typed with an extraneous apostrophe
Beck's "Where ___ At"
"___ O.K."
"___ my fault!"
With 57-Across, welcome words when the check arrives
'-- showtime!'
Part of TGIF
"__ yours!"
"__ a living"
"__ a Wonderful Life"
"___ a girl!"
"___ in the bag"
A thing's
"___ magic!"
"___ a go!"
"Baby ___ You" (1962 hit)
"___ a Wonderful Life"
Tag chasers
"__ my turn"
Sit, differently
Part of T.G.I.F.
"__ my turn"
"___ a living"
Apostropheless possessive
Genderless ones
The "I" in TGIF
Tag chasers
TGIF part
Oft-misspelled possessive
The "I" in F.W.I.W.
Part of TGIF or FWIW
Perry Como's "___ Impossible"
The "I" in T.G.I.F.
"___ the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown"
"___ a long story"
"... ___ how you play the game"
Part of FWIW
Word often given an unnecessary apostrophe
"___ Not Unusual"
"___ true"
FWIW part
Tag antagonists
"__ a girl!"
"__ not my problem"
It is in most dialogue?
"For what ___ worth …"
Letters within the theme entries that are, literally, next to nothing
They're inhuman
Tag antagonists
Start of Mr. Rogers' song
"___ the least I can do"
"___ My Party"
"___ not my fault"
I Can't Believe ___ Not Butter! (bread spread brand)
"___ about time!"
"Every dog has ___ day"
Tag players
"__ your move!"
"__ been real!"
It is in most dialogue?
"__ not my problem"
"__ a girl!"
"___ now or never"
"___ a boy!"
Part of F.W.I.W.
Part of FWIW
'-- the law'
'-- in there!'
'-- all good'
'-- a date!'
Word at the start of "Monty Python's Flying Circus"
"___ Your Thing" (funk classic)
Mariah Carey's "___ Like That"
"___ always something!"
"___ a Wonderful Life"
"___ Academic" (high-school quiz show)
Tagged game-players
Monty Python opener
Neutral pronoun
___ no big deal
___ about time!
Tag pursuers
Adjective often given unneeded apostrophe
"____ a girl!"
"___ A Wonderful Life"
"__ about time!"
"___ no skin off my nose"
"___ Howdy Doody time!"
"___ a deal!"
"___ alive!"
Genderless possessive
"___ not for me to say . . ."
Antagonists in the game of tag
T.G.I.F. part
Tag antagonists
Some tag players
The "I" in the answer to 1-Across
Sexless possessive
"__ in the bag"
"___ a date!"
They play tag
"___ My Party": Gore
That one's
"___ Howdy Doody time!"
"__ been fun"
"__ in the bag"
Sexless possessive
Some tag players
"__ De-Lovely"
"__ been fun"
"___ My Party"
Tag players
Possessive that often has an erroneous apostrophe
Oft-mispunctuated pronoun
"___ Too Late"
Part of TGIF
"__ Not Unusual"
"__ Not for Me to Say"
Frequently mispunctuated word
"... till ___ over"
"Don't judge a book by ___ cover"
Possessive pronoun
Start of Mr. Rogers' song
Tag pursuers
Part of FWIW
TGIF part
Catchers in tag
"___ a Most Unusual Day"
"___ About Time" (1960s sitcom)
"____ a grand night for ..."
"___ Impossible"
FWIW part
"___ Magic" (Doris Day hit)
"___ a Long Way to Tipperary"
"__ Not Unusual"
W. C. Fields film "___ a Gift"
Tag antagonists
Tag pursuers
"__ alive!"
"__ a deal!"
"___ no skin off my nose"
"...for what __ worth"
"So __ you"
"__ Howdy Doody time!"
"__ So Easy": Ronstadt hit
"__ a Grand Night for Singing"
"__ up to you"
On __ own terms
"__ Now or Never"
"__ no use!"
"___ Now or Never"
"___ Your Thing" (Isley Brothers hit)
"___ alive!"
"___ your move"
TGIF part
"...for what __ worth"
"So __ you"
"__ Howdy Doody time!"
"__ My Turn": Diana Ross hit
"__ So Easy": Ronstadt hit
"__ a Grand Night for Singing"
"__ up to you"
On __ own terms
"___ Too Late" (Carole King hit)
"___ a small world ..."
"___ over!"
Carole King's "___ Too Late"
They've been tagged
'-- been ages!'
'-- true!'
"___ Now Or Never"
"___ Now or Never"
Sit, differently
Where-at link
Word with a mistaken apostrophe, often
Start of a Carole King song title
"___ Not for Me to Say"
"__ My Turn": Diana Ross hit
"___ Not Unusual" (Tom Jones hit)
TGIF part
Not his or hers
Belonging to a thing
"___ been real"
"___ never too late!"
More of the quip
Common contraction
Antagonists in the game of tag
"_____ not what you think!"
"___ my Party"
"___ Greek to me"
'-- My Party' ('63 hit)
'-- Not Unusual' ('65 hit)
'-- So Easy' ('77 hit)
"___ Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas"
"___ So Easy"
"__ none of your business"
"___ not over yet"
"___ only me"
"___ not over yet"
"__ none of your business"
"___ show time!"
Where-at connection
Of a thing
Certain seekers
Pronominal adjective
Possessive pronoun
"___ a date!"
"___ a Wonderful Life"
Word often mistakenly apostrophized
"___ the economy, stupid"
"__ My Party"
"__ De-Lovely"
With 16-Across, 1964 Roy Orbison hit
TV's "_____ Academic"
Wits end?
The thing is?
"___ the economy, stupid!"
"___ a Wonderful Life"
"___ Not Unusual": Tom Jones hit
"___ My Turn"
___ alive!
___ in the bag!
"_____ a girl!"
"___ not fair!"
"___ the law"
"___ true!"
Gore's "___ My Party"
Roy Orbison's "___ Over"
'-- Too Late' ('71 hit)
Bon Jovi's "___ My Life"
'Tis mixed up?
"__ about time!"
"___ a living"
"___ been fun"
"___ Impossible"
"___ your life."
"___ Not Unusual": Tom Jones hit
"___ a living"
"___ been fun"
"___ now or never"
"___ your life"
"___ My Party"
"___ your life"
"__ Howdy Doody time!"
"__ a small world after all"
Antagonists in the game of tag
First word uttered after a birth
Oft-mispunctuated pronoun
"___ a Blue World" (1940 hit)
"___ You" (song from "The Music Man")
"___ Too Late" (King hit)
"___ in his kiss" (1964 pop lyric)
"A bird" or "a plane" preceder
"_____ Howdy Doody time!"
"_____ Not Unusual"
"_____ Too Late" (Carole King)
"_____ a deal!"
Belonging to that thing
Possessive adjective
Word with "a bird" or "a plane"
Part of TGIF
The "I" in TGIF
"__ a Miracle" (Manilow tune)
"____ only me!"
"___ My Party": Lesley Gore hit
___ always something
The I in TGIF
For what __ worth
"___ a bird, . . ."
'_____ Not Unusual ('65 hit )'
Leonard Bernstein's "___ Love"
"___ me!"
The Who's "___ a Boy"
For what ___ worth
"___ up to you"
Monty Python opener
"__ a girl!"
"___ in the bag"
"___ a girl!"
"___ a Gift": W.C. Fields film
"___ a girl!"
TGIF part
Orbison's "___ Over"
"___ showtime!"
"-- a bird..."
"_____ My Party" (Lesley Gore hit)
"_____ only a game"
Word before "Monty Python's Flying Circus"
Word that is not possessive with an apostrophe
_____ only money
"-- a boy!"
T.G.I.F. part
With 52-Down, words of agreement
The "I” in T.G.I.F.
"___ in the bag"
"___ a small world..."
"___ the economy, stupid"
"_____ My Party"
"_____ a beautiful day in the neighborhood"
"_____ alive!"
"_____ not for me to say ..."
___ no problem
___ de-Lovely
Sit in a different way
A mind of ___ own
..___ Howdy Doody time!..
"___ the truth!"
"__ only me!"
"__ a Miracle" (Manilow tune)
"__ a Heartache" (Bonnie Tyler tune)
"___ been a while"
"___ a Wonderful Life"
"___ So Easy": Ronstadt hit
Word before "Monty Python's Flying Circus"
Where ___ at
"___ a Mad Mad Mad Mad World" (1963 movie)
"___ So Easy" (Ronstadt hit)
"___ De-Lovely"
"___ Alive!" (1974 camp classic)
The Thing's
"___ Howdy Doody time ..."
Manilow's "___ a Miracle"
The "I" in T.G.I.F.
Of a thing
"___ your dime!"
"___ Over" (1964 hit)
"___ Howdy Doody time..."
With 112-Across, enthusiastic review
"___ a small world!"
Flying Circus lead-in
____ Howdy Doody time!
They're inhuman
Some tag players
"___ a long way to ..."
"___ a bird! ..."
"___ your move"
Neutral possessive
"___ showtime!"
"___ my party..."
"__ My Party"
"__ All Right With Me"
"_____ now or never!"
"___ My Party" (Lesley Gore song)
"___ Not Unusual"
"___ Howdy Doody time!"
"__ showtime!"
1960 Elvis hit ____ Now or Never
"___ Howdy Doody time!"
"___ My Party"
Tag antagonists
"___ in the bag!"
Tommy Dorsey's "___ Always You"
"__ Now Or Never"
"___ no use"
"____ a Wonderful Life"
"____ a small world ..."
Tag pursuers
____ a Wonderful Life
Tag players
"___ De-Lovely"
Catchers in tag
"When ___ Love" (Van Halen hit)
"___ a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World"
"A bird," "a plane" or "Superman" preceder
That thing's
"___ Not Unusual"
"___ a Joke, Son" (1947 flick)
____ about time!
____ a girl!
____ a girl
"Live from New York, ___ Saturday Night!"
"___ a Living"
Monty Python show opener
The thing is?
W. C. Fields film "___ a Gift"
"___ My Party"
"___a Wonderful Life"
__ too bad!
____ now or never!
____ Late : Rick Nelson hit
___ Too Late
Manilow's ___ a Miracle
Contraction
"___only money"
Not his or hers
"__De-Lovely": Cole Porter
``___ a long way..."
"_____ De-Lovely" (1937 hit)
"_____ been real!"
Where _____ at (the scene)
Roy Orbison's "_____ Over"
"_____ De-Lovely"
"____ a boy!"
1986 hit "_____ Only Love"
___ a girl!
"_____ no use!"
TV's "_____ Academic"
Como's "_____ Impossible"
Tom Jones's "_____ Not Unusual"
"_____ a Small World"
"_____ You I Love"
"_____ So Easy" ('77 pop hit)
"_____ My Party"
"___ a Gift," W.C. Fields film
"___ Not Unusual," T. Jones hit
"___ a long way to Tipperary"
"___ Magic," 1948 song
"___ a girl"
"___ Only Love": Beatles
"___ in the bag!"
"___ De-Lovely," 1936 Porter song
"___ Superman!"
Part of T.G.l.F.
Porter's "___ De-Lovely"
"___ a boy!"
River islets
"___ De-Lovely," 1936 hit
"___ My Party," Lesley Gore hit
"___ Magic," Cahn-Styne song
"___ So Easy," Ronstadt song
"___ a Wonderful Life"
"___ up to you, New York"
"___ My Party," Gore hit: 1963
"___ a Lovely Day Today"
Part of "T.G.I.F."
"___ Not Unusual," Tom Jones hit
"___ Been a Long, Long Time"
"___ Over," Orbison song
"___ a Lovely Day Today," 1950 song by 64 Down
"__ Not for Me to Say"
POSE
That thing's
Pronoun
"___ De-Lovely": Porter
"___ a warm wind . . . ": Masefield
"___ a wise child . . . ": Nash
Common contraction
"___ Now or Never," Presley hit
"___ a Lonesome Old Town"
"___ Only a Paper Moon"
"___ De-Lovely," 1936 song
"__ a great day ..."
Possessive
"___ a long way . . . "
Possessive
Anagram for 'tis
"___ only a paper moon . . . "
"___ the berries!"
Porter's "___ De-lovely"
Pronoun
"___ a Most Unusual Day"
"Beauty is ___ own excuse for being"
Cole Porter's "___ De-Lovely"
"___ All in the Game," old song
Certain players, as in tag
"___ all in the game!"
"___ all in the game"
"___ my turn"
"___ your turn"
"Where ___ at"
"___ no use!"
"___ six of one . . . "
"___ a bird . . . "
"___ now or never"
"___ your move"
Players at hide-and-seek
"___ news to me"
"___ a deal"
___ a shame!
"___ Magic"
___ a deal!
___ no use
___ for the birds.
___ a homer!
Pronoun.
"___ Superman"
___ a deal.
Possessive.
Possessive pronoun.
"___ a bird!"
Possessive adjective.
Common contraction.
Of that object.
Pronominal adjective.
Common verbal contraction.
'Tis 'tis.
___ a free country.
Of a thing.
Often-mispunctuated pronoun
"___ like this ..."
"___ kind of a funny story"
"Do They Know ___ Christmas?"
"___ a black thing"
"___ been a while"
"___ complicated"
With 5-Down, "We're on for Friday!"
"___ me or the dog!"
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