Word "LEFT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the hand that is on the left side of the body
Synonyms:
left hand
Examples:
jab with your left

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the piece of ground in the outfield on the catcher's left
Synonyms:
left field, leftfield
Examples:
the batter flied out to left

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
those who support varying degrees of social or political or economic change designed to promote the public welfare
Synonyms:
left wing

Crossword Clues for LEFT

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Clue Source Date
Took off LA Times Daily 25 Dec 2021
Went, departed The Times Concise 18 Dec 2021
One side went The Times Cryptic 07 Dec 2021
Port still on the table after dinner? The Times Cryptic 26 Nov 2021
Exited USA Today 23 Nov 2021
Port, at sea Universal 06 Nov 2021
Took off New York Times 06 Nov 2021
Felt wrong, not right! The Times Cryptic 19 Oct 2021
Remaining The Guardian Quick 12 Oct 2021
Split LA Times Daily 26 Sep 2021
Split The Washington Post 26 Sep 2021
Departed LA Times Daily 25 Aug 2021
Departed The Washington Post 25 Aug 2021
Not right at all? Universal 21 Aug 2021
Didn't stay USA Today 18 Aug 2021
Facing north, it's the side toward the west Irish Times Simplex 14 Aug 2021
Exited New York Times 10 Aug 2021
Departed Eugene Sheffer 24 Jul 2021
One way remaining The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Jul 2021
Did a runner Wall Street Journal 01 Jul 2021
Got out of town Newsday 30 Jun 2021
Got out Newsday 27 May 2021
Didn't hang around Newsday 23 May 2021
Headed out Wall Street Journal 11 May 2021
Southpaw's strong side Family Time 12 Apr 2021
Took off Newsday 04 Apr 2021
Split appearing among upwardly mobile Microsoft Fellows The Telegraph Toughie 01 Apr 2021
Facing north, it's the side toward the west Irish Times Simplex 11 Feb 2021
Bailed LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2021
Bailed The Washington Post 16 Jan 2021
Opens for all sides today and starts for 14 down Irish Times Crosaire 12 Dec 2020
Remaining Wall Street Journal 11 Nov 2020
Not yet bought The Washington Post 01 Nov 2020
Not yet bought LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2020
Those Corbynistas remaining? The Sun Two Speed 07 Oct 2020
Abandoned The Sun Two Speed 07 Oct 2020
<--- Universal 01 Oct 2020
Remaining LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2020
Remaining The Washington Post 16 Sep 2020
Those Corbynistas remaining? The Telegraph Toughie 15 Sep 2020
Flew the coop Universal 31 Aug 2020
Departed The Telegraph Quick 23 Jul 2020
Remaining Universal 02 Jul 2020
What's just not right? Universal 27 Jun 2020
Game of chance New York Times 18 Jun 2020
Westward, on a map Newsday 09 Jun 2020
Took off The Washington Post 20 May 2020
Took off LA Times Daily 20 May 2020
Departed Eugene Sheffer 07 May 2020
One way to go Family Time 19 Apr 2020
Set out from port The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Mar 2020
Port for yachters Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2020
Socialist's faction, with 'the' The Washington Post Sunday 02 Feb 2020
Took off Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2020
Split New York Times 29 Nov 2019
Split
It's just not right Family Time 25 Nov 2019
Port ran out The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Nov 2019
The foreign paper in Split Irish Times Crosaire 28 Aug 2019
Flew the coop USA Today 26 Aug 2019
Shoved off Premier Sunday 25 Aug 2019
Remaining The Times Concise 13 Aug 2019
One side walked out The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Aug 2019
Split Newsday 20 Jul 2019
Type of turn Family Time 17 Jun 2019
Got out Jonesin 07 May 2019
Headed out Thomas Joseph 24 Apr 2019
One side remaining The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Apr 2019
Unused The New Yorker 25 Mar 2019
Still here, or gone Newsday 09 Mar 2019
Absented oneself Newsday 07 Mar 2019
It's not right Wall Street Journal 15 Jan 2019
Flew the coop
Headed out
It's not right
Chasm turning out cold and deserted The Telegraph Toughie 11 Dec 2018
One way to turn Universal 17 Nov 2018
Port position Universal 27 Sep 2018
It's not right Family Time 19 Aug 2018
Didn't stay LA Times Daily 31 Jul 2018
Didn't stay The Washington Post 31 Jul 2018
It's not right for all sides today Irish Times Crosaire 21 Jul 2018
Took off New York Times 15 Jul 2018
Didn't stick around USA Today 13 Jul 2018
Scrammed Newsday 05 Jul 2018
Pointing in this direction: <-- New York Times 11 Jun 2018
Word after 'Bats:' on a baseball card USA Today 10 Jun 2018
Departed Thomas Joseph 23 May 2018
Sinister opening about to disappear The Telegraph Toughie 13 Apr 2018
Common turn Universal 16 Mar 2018
Southpaw's side Family Time 11 Mar 2018
Didn't linger The Chronicle of Higher Education 02 Mar 2018
Vacated; political wing The Times Concise 02 Mar 2018
What '<--' signifies New York Times 16 Jan 2018
Remaining direction The Sun Two Speed 10 Jan 2018
Port position
One way to turn
Didn't stick around
What "<--" signifies
Took off
Pointing in this direction: <--
Didn't linger
Word after "Bats:" on a baseball card
Didn't stay
Went on one's way Newsday 11 Dec 2017
Exited Newsday 28 Nov 2017
It's just not right New York Times 04 Nov 2017
Port, for mariners Wall Street Journal 25 Sep 2017
Departed LA Times Daily 19 Sep 2017
Departed The Washington Post 19 Sep 2017
Bernie Sanders supporters, with "the" USA Today 19 Sep 2017
Flew the coop Newsday 24 Aug 2017
Went away Newsday 16 Aug 2017
Entry after "Bats" on a baseball card USA Today 27 Jul 2017
Socially progressive article in French paper The Times Cryptic 31 Mar 2017
The foreign paper isn't touched Irish Times Crosaire 30 Mar 2017
Liberals, with "the" USA Today 11 Mar 2017
Departed Jonesin 14 Feb 2017
Remaining Socialist The Times Cryptic 01 Feb 2017
Hit the road LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2017
Legal expert introduces paper on The Side of Socialism Irish Times Crosaire 14 Jan 2017
Entry after "Bats" on a baseball card
It's just not right
Bernie Sanders supporters, with "the"
Departed
Hit the road
Took off
Departed New York Times 13 Dec 2016
It's just not right Universal 06 Dec 2016
Took a powder LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2016
Began a journey Wall Street Journal 21 Nov 2016
Stayed, right? Wrong on both counts The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Nov 2016
West, on a map Newsday 09 Nov 2016
Flew the coop LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2016
Headed out Newsday 31 Jul 2016
Is no longer here Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2016
Gone away — remaining The Guardian Quick 02 Apr 2016
It's not right LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2016
Departed Canadiana 15 Feb 2016
Liberals, with 'the' New York Times 15 Feb 2016
Army command USA Today 16 Jan 2016
Liberals, with "the"
Took a powder
Army command
Flew the coop
It's just not right
Departed
Exited Eugene Sheffer 16 Nov 2015
Labour withdrawn The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Nov 2015
Remaining The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Sep 2015
Like many turns Universal 24 Sep 2015
Over; port The Times Concise 15 Sep 2015
Took off Eugene Sheffer 08 Jul 2015
Split LA Times Daily 26 Jun 2015
Bank in Paris? USA Today 06 Jun 2015
Allowed to remain in port The Telegraph Toughie 13 May 2015
One side set out The Telegraph Toughie 12 May 2015
Remaining The Telegraph Quick 03 Apr 2015
Departed with key during rental period The Times Cryptic 17 Mar 2015
Bank in Paris?
Like many turns
Remaining
Checked out
Right's opposite
Split
Exited
Scrammed
Split
Went away
One half of a 10-Down
Southpaw's throwing arm
Drillmaster's word
Drill sergeant's word
Drillmaster's word
Took off
Walked away
Didn't stick around
Flew the coop
Remaining
Took off
Half of a one-two
Hand for 17-Across
Southpaw's side
Portside
Southpaw's side
Took a powder
Replacements "___ of the Dial"
Departed
Remaining
Hit the road
Exited
It's not right
Like MSNBC programming
Exited
Sailor's port
Departed
Port side
Word that can mean "gone" or "remaining"
Boxing blow
Took off
Bequeathed
Wedding-band hand
Turn away from the right path?
Flew the coop
Port for sailors?
Departed
It's definitely not right
Liberal
"Walk Away Renee" The ___ Banke
Port
Remaining
It isn't right
Remaining
Flew the coop
Port, to a sailor
Took off
Southpaw's side
Port for sailors?
Didn't linger
It's not right
Took a powder
Word that can mean "gone" or "remaining"
Went
Remaining
It isn't right
Headed out
Baseball field?
It's just not right
Shoved off
It's definitely not right?
Ran out
Took a powder
Baseball field?
Bolted
Ran out
It can't be right
Got outta Dodge
Army command
Exited the premises
Liberal faction, with "the"
Liberal faction, with "the"
Hit the road
Remaining
Still around
Took off
With 63-Across, how those among 54-Across who speak like their President might end up
Portside
Not right
Kind of hook
Part of a combination
Split
Remaining or gone
Hit the road
Flew the coop
Word in a locker combination
Made oneself scarce
Southpaw's preferred side
Port, out of port
Headed out
Checked out
Pulled up stakes
Louie, so to speak
Port for mariners
Not right
It's not right
Port side
Headed out
It isn't right
Word with jab or turn
Port at sea?
Port side
Gone
Not right
Cut out
Hit the bricks
Unused
Amscrayed
Hit the road
Outfield position for Barry Bonds
Where Barry Bonds plays, briefly
Limbaugh target, with "the"
Departed
Word with jab or turn
Kind of hook
__-brained
It isn't right
It's not right
Departed
Took a powder
One way to turn
Limbaugh target, with "the"
Exited
Went
Sailor's port
Hit the road
Not taken
Pulled out
Hit the road
Didn't linger
Departed
Southpaw's side
Port for sailors
Pulled up stakes
Split
With 6-Across, ceased
It's absolutely not right!
Didn't linger
Southpaw's strength
Took a powder
Port for sailors?
Bugged out
Hit the road
Army command
Hit the road
Took off
Port for sailors?
Not used
Kind of hook
___ wing (liberals)
Port, out of port
Not used
Bank in Paris
Disembarked
Sea "port?"
Skedaddled
Went
Walked out
Turn signal choice
Dobbin's haw
Cut out
Departed
Took off
Side that Brits drive on
Remaining
Skedaddled
Half of a one-two
Fast place
Got out
Jab or turn
Not right
Boxing blow
Buzzed off
My ____ Foot
Jab, for most boxers
Shoved off
Took a powder
Split
Certain boxing blow
Sinistral
Wing or field
Split
Directions word
Went away
Unused
Southpaw's strength
Remaining
Not right
My ___ Foot
Forsaken
Hightailed it
Felt silly?
Bridle hand
Portside
"My ___ Foot"
End or hand preceder
Tyson blow
Liberal side
A Parisian Bank
Deserted
Radical's position
An outfield field
Port
Political position
Jim Rice's field
___ jab
One of Larry Holmes's weapons
Political leaning
Southpaw's pitching arm
Bank on the Seine
Kind of wing
Kind of winger
Liberals
Kind of turn or wing
___ at the post
Decamped
Kind of turn or over
Nonflying wing
Abandoned
The New ___
___ Bank
Gone
Went away.
Allowed to remain.
One of the fields.
Set out.
Boxer's blow.
Not right.
___ guard.
Departed.
Hand or wing.
Remaining.
One of the extremes.
Political position.
Went.
Port side.
Boxing blow.
Sinistral.
Boxer's punch.
Political group.
Political wing.
A political position.
Liberal party.
Progressive people, with "the"
Got out of town
Pulled out
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