Word "LINE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating a truth or falsehood; the methodical process of logical reasoning
Synonyms:
argument, argumentation, line of reasoning, logical argument
Examples:
I can't follow your line of reasoning

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a slight depression or fold in the smoothness of a surface
Synonyms:
crease, crinkle, furrow, seam, wrinkle
Examples:
his face has many lines

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
mechanical system in a factory whereby an article is conveyed through sites at which successive operations are performed on it
Synonyms:
assembly line, production line

Crossword Clues for LINE

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Part of a script USA Today 27 Nov 2021
Queue Eugene Sheffer 11 Nov 2021
Poem unit Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2021
Bit of dialogue USA Today 02 Nov 2021
What a fishing reel rolls up Family Time 01 Nov 2021
Request during a rehearsal Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2021
Ruler's creation Family Time 24 Oct 2021
Post office hassle USA Today 17 Oct 2021
Snippet of dialogue The Washington Post 17 Oct 2021
Snippet of dialogue LA Times Daily 17 Oct 2021
Word after "base" or "belt" Universal 07 Oct 2021
Poem's brief excerpt Newsday 06 Oct 2021
One might form outside the bathroom USA Today 23 Sep 2021
__ dancing Newsday 18 Sep 2021
Script unit Thomas Joseph 15 Sep 2021
See 17-Across LA Times Daily 01 Sep 2021
See 17-Across The Washington Post 01 Sep 2021
'I need a cue!' USA Today 12 Aug 2021
Living life in the fast lane at the opening and closing of bar Irish Times Crosaire 04 Aug 2021
Points connector LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2021
Points connector The Washington Post 26 Jul 2021
Holdup at the bank Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2021
Row of people waiting Newsday 06 Jul 2021
Train route New York Times 18 Jun 2021
Long narrow mark The Times Concise 02 Jun 2021
Wait in this Family Time 24 May 2021
Queue USA Today 15 May 2021
Annoyance at checkout Wall Street Journal 03 May 2021
Bit of a script Premier Sunday 11 Apr 2021
Queue Universal 24 Mar 2021
It may be a cue The Washington Post 20 Mar 2021
It may be a cue LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2021
Script bit Thomas Joseph 17 Mar 2021
See 7 Down The Telegraph Toughie 26 Feb 2021
One drawn in the sand The Washington Post 09 Feb 2021
One drawn in the sand LA Times Daily 09 Feb 2021
Final financial figure ("bottom") Universal 09 Feb 2021
Living life in the fast lane at the opening and closing of bar Irish Times Crosaire 05 Feb 2021
Script unit Wall Street Journal 01 Feb 2021
Convenience store inconvenience The Washington Post 18 Jan 2021
Convenience store inconvenience LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2021
Rehearsal request Wall Street Journal 02 Jan 2021
Queue Eugene Sheffer 31 Dec 2020
Script unit Thomas Joseph 02 Dec 2020
Radius, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
Cross the ___ USA Today 12 Nov 2020
Row of a poem Newsday 10 Nov 2020
Airport screening likelihood The Washington Post 01 Nov 2020
Airport screening likelihood LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2020
One of three in a haiku USA Today 29 Oct 2020
It may be parallel [E] Jonesin 20 Oct 2020
Class of merchandise LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2020
Row of people waiting Newsday 31 Aug 2020
Group of waiters Newsday 30 Aug 2020
Subway branch Universal 20 Aug 2020
- New York Times 30 Jul 2020
Word before "drive" or "dance" Universal 26 Jul 2020
See 15-Down Universal 04 Jul 2020
Bar opens in 34 across Irish Times Crosaire 04 Jul 2020
One starts at a terminal Universal 25 Jun 2020
Ticket booth hassle USA Today 07 Jun 2020
It might be dotted USA Today 11 May 2020
'I forgot what I'm supposed to say here!' New York Times 01 May 2020
Betting odds New York Times 29 Apr 2020
A kind of dancing Canadiana 27 Apr 2020
Theme park headache Universal 24 Apr 2020
One of a limerick's five USA Today 18 Apr 2020
One may be dotted Universal 07 Apr 2020
Bit of dialogue USA Today 19 Mar 2020
Conga-dancing formation Premier Sunday 01 Mar 2020
See 6 Down The Telegraph Toughie 07 Feb 2020
Convenience store inconvenience USA Today 05 Jan 2020
Angle or angler's necessity LA Times Daily 27 Dec 2019
Angle or angler's necessity The Washington Post 27 Dec 2019
Series of ancestors Universal 26 Dec 2019
Bit of film dialogue Newsday 20 Nov 2019
No surprise to a Disney World arrival LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2019
No surprise to a Disney World arrival The Washington Post 17 Nov 2019
Limerick part USA Today 10 Nov 2019
Post office annoyance USA Today 16 Oct 2019
Assembly ___ The Washington Post Sunday 06 Oct 2019
With 19-Across, Cotton-Eyed Joe, e.g New York Times 20 Sep 2019
It's long relative to its width Irish Times Simplex 16 Sep 2019
Group of waiters The New Yorker 09 Sep 2019
Wrinkle; row The Times Concise 05 Sep 2019
Haiku part USA Today 26 Aug 2019
Aside on stage, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 25 Aug 2019
Synonym of the last parts of 17- and 66-Across and 10- and 30-Down USA Today 19 Jul 2019
Black Friday likelihood The Washington Post 19 Jul 2019
Black Friday likelihood LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2019
Script unit New York Times 10 Jul 2019
Queue (up) The Washington Post 05 Jul 2019
Queue (up) LA Times Daily 05 Jul 2019
''Dotted'' contract part Newsday 17 Jun 2019
Word with fishing or party LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2019
Word with fishing or party The Washington Post 13 Jun 2019
Profession or procession Newsday 06 Jun 2019
Quarterback's protectors USA Today 04 Jun 2019
Ruler and pencil creation Family Time 26 May 2019
Ticket booth annoyance LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2019
Ticket booth annoyance The Washington Post 22 Apr 2019
Triangle side, say The Washington Post 19 Apr 2019
Triangle side, say LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2019
Cue card contents USA Today 05 Apr 2019
Dialogue bit Premier Sunday 31 Mar 2019
Reinforce Newsday 23 Mar 2019
Word before drive or drawing USA Today 08 Mar 2019
Verse part USA Today 04 Mar 2019
Railroad division New York Times 02 Mar 2019
Feature of a busy amusement park The Washington Post 23 Feb 2019
Feature of a busy amusement park LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2019
Script fraction LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2019
Script fraction The Washington Post 20 Feb 2019
___ Universal 18 Feb 2019
Bit of dialogue Newsday 17 Feb 2019
Lorraine lets out roar in bar Irish Times Crosaire 09 Feb 2019
Screenplay bit USA Today 28 Jan 2019
Script fraction
Queue (up)
Feature of a busy amusement park
Black Friday likelihood
With 19-Across, Cotton-Eyed Joe, e.g.
Theme park annoyance
Railroad division
Script unit
Word with fishing or party
Triangle side, say
Ticket booth annoyance
Quarterback's protectors
Screenplay bit
Synonym of the last parts of 17- and 66-Across and 10- and 30-Down
Queue
___
Verse part
Word before drive or drawing
Bit of dialogue
Cue card contents
Haiku part
Limerick part
Post office annoyance
Manufacturer's assortment Newsday 30 Dec 2018
Thing to wait in Family Time 24 Dec 2018
Family business The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Dec 2018
Box office backup USA Today 13 Dec 2018
See 65-Down Premier Sunday 28 Oct 2018
Soliloquy segment The Washington Post Sunday 21 Oct 2018
QB's protectors Universal 19 Oct 2018
Wrinkle; phone link The Times Concise 04 Oct 2018
Word with "dotted" Universal 04 Oct 2018
One of a haiku's three USA Today 25 Sep 2018
Bar queue Irish Times Crosaire 22 Sep 2018
Conga formation USA Today 18 Sep 2018
One-fifth of a limerick The Washington Post 16 Aug 2018
One-fifth of a limerick LA Times Daily 16 Aug 2018
Group waiting for a cashier Newsday 14 Aug 2018
Checkout annoyance Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2018
Ruler's creation Universal 22 Jul 2018
A cameo might have one New York Times 20 Jul 2018
'Rent' statement, say The Washington Post Sunday 01 Jul 2018
Singles bar delivery USA Today 26 Jun 2018
Conversation piece New York Times 31 May 2018
Short note Universal 22 May 2018
Field of work LA Times Daily 10 May 2018
Field of work The Washington Post 10 May 2018
Something to flub or drop USA Today 04 May 2018
Script snippet Wall Street Journal 30 Apr 2018
Bank annoyance USA Today 20 Apr 2018
Company's wares Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2018
Bank annoyance New York Times 31 Mar 2018
Brief script excerpt Newsday 18 Mar 2018
Screenplay segment USA Today 16 Mar 2018
Queue New York Times 12 Feb 2018
Bank annoyance
Field of work
One-fifth of a limerick
Sestet sixth
Script snippet
Request during a rehearsal
Company's wares
Checkout annoyance
Word with "dotted"
Short note
Ruler's creation
QB's protectors
Something to flub or drop
Singles bar delivery
One of a haiku's three
Conga formation
A cameo might have one
Bank annoyance
Conversation piece
Queue
Box office backup
See 2-Down LA Times Daily 24 Dec 2017
See 2-Down The Washington Post 24 Dec 2017
Group of waiters Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2017
Wrinkle Canadiana 04 Dec 2017
Merchandise grouping Newsday 26 Nov 2017
"Love your nails," e.g USA Today 23 Nov 2017
Toe the __ (behave) Newsday 21 Nov 2017
Assemblage of buses Newsday 18 Nov 2017
Word after finish or foul USA Today 13 Nov 2017
Airport security holdup New York Times 10 Nov 2017
Snippet of poetry The Washington Post 24 Oct 2017
Snippet of poetry LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2017
Ticket booth sight The Washington Post 20 Oct 2017
Ticket booth sight LA Times Daily 20 Oct 2017
Bottom ___ The Washington Post Sunday 27 Aug 2017
End of the __ (last stop) Newsday 08 Aug 2017
Request to a prompter Wall Street Journal 02 Aug 2017
Bus route Newsday 18 Jul 2017
Fashion collection Newsday 13 Jul 2017
Seafarers cross it ceremonially in number of ships The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Jul 2017
What T.S.A. Precheck helps people avoid New York Times 02 Jul 2017
Bus route Jonesin 30 May 2017
Ruler's creation Family Time 21 May 2017
'y = 2x,' e.g New York Times 18 May 2017
Thing drawn in the sand? Universal 10 May 2017
Brief note expresses policy The Telegraph Cryptic 01 May 2017
Quick note Premier Sunday 30 Apr 2017
Insulate, as a jacket LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2017
Insulate, as a jacket The Washington Post 05 Apr 2017
Sample from Michelin eatery fed to actor Irish Times Crosaire 01 Apr 2017
Row The Telegraph Quick 12 Mar 2017
Script bit USA Today 10 Mar 2017
Prompter's whisper USA Today 05 Mar 2017
Ruler's product Universal 27 Feb 2017
Any clothing brand Universal 18 Feb 2017
Very small part for an actor, but it's a job The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Feb 2017
Ancestry Canadiana 23 Jan 2017
Toe the __ (do as told) Newsday 09 Jan 2017
Any clothing brand
Word after finish or foul
"y = 2x," e.g.
Airport security holdup
Thing drawn in the sand?
Script bit
"Love your nails," e.g.
Insulate, as a jacket
See 2-Down
Snippet of poetry
Ticket booth sight
What T.S.A. Precheck helps people avoid
Sentence in a script Newsday 13 Dec 2016
What can be made with a ruler Family Time 12 Dec 2016
Subway ___ New York Times 10 Dec 2016
One-fifth of any limerick Universal 09 Dec 2016
Pickup shtick Wall Street Journal 07 Dec 2016
Skin wrinkle The Times Concise 02 Dec 2016
Railway track; policy The Times Concise 09 Nov 2016
Pedigree Newsday 06 Nov 2016
Sentence in a script USA Today 12 Oct 2016
It may be toed or crossed USA Today 30 Sep 2016
Fishing cord Newsday 14 Sep 2016
Railway track; wrinkle The Times Concise 31 Aug 2016
An American queue The Guardian Quick 26 Aug 2016
Forgetful actor's request Wall Street Journal 20 Aug 2016
Hook and sinker's partner The Washington Post 18 Aug 2016
Punch or party follower The Chronicle of Higher Education 05 Aug 2016
Shoppers' headache New York Times 29 Jul 2016
Cue card words USA Today 17 Jul 2016
Insulate Newsday 02 Jul 2016
Prompter's whisper Universal 15 Jun 2016
Checkout hassle LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2016
Pickup or fishing ___ USA Today 02 Jun 2016
Dialogue bit USA Today 17 May 2016
One of a limerick's five The Washington Post 30 Apr 2016
Singles bar come-on USA Today 19 Apr 2016
Annoyance at the checkout Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2016
Nuisance at the bank Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2016
Policy to cover on the inside The Times Cryptic 04 Mar 2016
Extra's goal The Washington Post 18 Feb 2016
It may be dotted The Washington Post 05 Feb 2016
Script unit Universal 06 Jan 2016
Cue card words
Subway ___
Prompter's whisper
Script unit
Shoppers' headache
Pickup or fishing ___
It may be toed or crossed
Dialogue bit
Punch or party follower
Checkout hassle
Brief part of a poem Newsday 23 Dec 2015
Part of a script Family Time 20 Dec 2015
Poem piece LA Times Daily 18 Nov 2015
Forgetful actor's cry Universal 18 Nov 2015
Script snippet Newsday 15 Nov 2015
Tackle's place Wall Street Journal 12 Nov 2015
Something to wait in Family Time 01 Nov 2015
Poem part Wall Street Journal 29 Oct 2015
Policy revealed in short note The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Oct 2015
Country dance formation USA Today 29 Sep 2015
Field of business USA Today 26 Sep 2015
Equator, for instance Newsday 29 Jul 2015
DMV staple Universal 31 May 2015
... to cover the inside track The Telegraph Toughie 15 May 2015
Come-on USA Today 14 May 2015
Checkout counter annoyance Family Time 04 May 2015
'Come here often?,' e.g New York Times 21 Apr 2015
Phone connection Jonesin 09 Apr 2015
It may be a cue or a queue The Chronicle of Higher Education 03 Apr 2015
Quick letter Newsday 26 Mar 2015
Queue Canadiana 23 Mar 2015
Queue The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Mar 2015
Checkout headache Universal 20 Feb 2015
Bit of scripting USA Today 08 Feb 2015
Business LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2015
Checkout annoyance Universal 01 Feb 2015
Parallel, e.g Jonesin 15 Jan 2015
Something to wait in USA Today 07 Jan 2015
Business
It may be a cue or a queue
Queue
"What's your sign?," e.g.
Court divider
Forgetful actor's cry
Intersection of two planes
Queue or cue
Part of a poem
Poem piece
"Come here often?," e.g.
Bit of film dialogue
Brief part of a poem
End of the __ (last stop)
Equator, for instance
Quick letter
Script snippet
Toe the __ (behave)
Gerry Rafferty "Right Down the ___"
Checkout annoyance
Checkout headache
DMV staple
Forgetful actor's cry
Bit of scripting
Come-on
Country dance formation
Field of business
Something to wait in
Poem part
Tackle's place
Group of people waiting
Conga formation
Check-in delayer
It may be drawn in the sand
Queue
Script unit
Something to draw or toe
"Was that an earthquake or did you just rock my world?," for one
Word with "punch" or "ticket"
Row of waiters
Ancestry
Queue (up)
Dialogue bit
It's often long at Disneyland
Dialogue unit
Checkout headache
Conga formation
Pickup shtick?
Queue
Connector of two points
Short note
Tote board info
Group that's waiting for a teller
Word with head, bread, red or dead
Rehearsal request
__ drive
Singles bar conversation starter
Toto "Hold the ___"
Toe the __ (obey)
See 9-Down
See 102-Across
Place to wait
Group of waiters?
Cruise company
See 53-Across
Checkout formation
Bit of dialog
Bunch of waiters
Inspection formation
Merchandise division
Poetry unit
Place to wait
Impatient person's annoyance
Box office sight
Bank holdup?
It's written in script?
Amusement park annoyance
Row of waiters
Salesman's wares
Group waiting to pay
Script bit
Queue
Pickup initiator
Word that can follow each part of the answers to the six starred clues
Jefferson Starship "Layin' It on the ___"
Pickup initiator
Checkout-counter backup
Business
Poetry unit
Something to draw or toe
Salesman's wares
Oft-flubbed thing
Come-on
Amusement park annoyance
Sentence in a film script
Forgetful actor's shout
Forgetful actor's word
Propositional phrase?
Graph element
Script snippet
Reel nylon
Queue
Pickup shtick
Limerick fifth
It may be broken on the road
Finish finish?
Box office sight, often
Feature of a checkout stand or a pickup artist
Sentence in a script
Protection for Tom Brady
Forgetful actor's request
Ancestry
__ of work
Short note
Fishing gear
Bit of dialogue
Extra desire?
Parallel, e.g.
Very short note
Billy Joel "Somewhere Along the ___"
Bit of a poem
Arrange in a row
Box office sight, often
Finish finish?
It may be broken on the road
Limerick fifth
Pickup shtick
Queue
Reel nylon
Script snippet
"Come here often?" e.g.
Bank holdup?
Contour
It may be drawn in the sand
Lay it on the ___
One result of a gas shortage
Script segment
Toe the ___ (be obedient)
Subway route
Queue
Pickup facilitator
Row of waiters
Word with punch or party
Row of waiters
Pickup facilitator
Fishing need
Fishing need
Shortest distance between two points
Word with punch or party
Come-on
Singles bar delivery
y = 3x + 5 representation, e.g.
"Come here often?" is one
Piece in a movie script
Bit of poetry
Bit of dialogue
Box-office sight
Party __
"Walk the ___" (2005 biopic)
Bit of poetry
Pencil mark
It may be overheard in a bar
Small part of a movie script
Toe the __ (be obedient)
Triumph "Lay It on the ___"
Profession
Pen stroke
Singles bar come-on
Occupation
Couplet part
Bus system
Bus route
Related business products
Subway route
Indication of a hit show
"Come here often?" e.g.
Troop formation
Toe the __ (behave oneself)
People waiting
"Come here often?", e.g.
Checkout annoyance
"Come here often?" is one
Related business products
"Come here often?" is one
Group of bus routes
It might be flubbed
Hard-to-swallow verbiage
Checkout nuisance
Couture collection
Finish finish?
Waiter's place
Quick note
Unemployment office sight
Drop a __ to (write)
One of five in a limerick
Script unit
Pickup trick
Queue, and word that can follow both words in the answers to starred clues
Ticket window sight
"Don't I know you from somewhere?" e.g.
An actor may trip over one
Conga formation
Salesman's stock
Ticket window sight
Queue, and word that can follow both words in the answers to starred clues
Pickup trick
Short written message
Something written in script?
Occupation
Policy
Word that can follow both the first and second words of 21- and 56-Across, and 3-, 29-, and 36-Down
Bank holdup?
"Come here often?" is one
Box office formation
Box-office backup
Company's wares
It is often dropped
It may be dotted
Sign of a hit show
Waiter's place
Place to wait
It can be a cue, or follow one
Pickup facilitator?
Place for waiters
Y-axis, for one
Prompt delivery
Airport delay?
Pickup shtick
Botox target
See 84-Across
Insulate
Pickup shtick
It might initiate a pickup
It can be a cue, or follow one
It might initiate a pickup
Stock of goods for sale
Pickup facilitator?
It's one-dimensional
Phone __
Insulate
Part of a poem
Box office sight
Bit of dialogue
Pickup shtick
Hard-to-swallow verbiage
Indication of a hit show
Word that can follow the starts of 17-, 27-, 44- and 59-Across
See 7-Down
See 61-Across
Come-on
Play bit
"Come here often?" say
"What's My ___?" (old game show)
String
A straight one is the shortest distance between two points
Stem cell group
Something to wait in
Spiel
Poem unit
Play excerpt
Something to wait in
Bit of dialogue
A straight one is the shortest distance between two points
Odds on the game
For example, "Come here often?"
Bar or pie alternative
Queue
Pickup words, e.g.
Bit of poetry
Pickup shtick?
Propositional phrase?
Actor's delivery
Series
Pickup delivery?
Trade
Quarterback's protection
Quarterback's protection
Queue
Waiter's spot
One is "Come here often?"
Word with party or service
Dots connector
It may be overheard in a bar
Pick-up catchphrase
Party or clothes follower
Come-on
Script detail
Forgetful actor's request
Something to hold or drop
Waiter's place
Place to stand and wait
Word with straight or crooked
Sign on the dotted __
Limerick part
Down the __ (eventually)
Cover the inside
"What's My __?"
Letter that's dropped?
"What's your sign?" is one
"What's your sign?" is one
"Do you come here often?," e.g.
"Don't I know you from somewhere?," e.g.
Ancestry
Area of expertise
Impatient person's annoyance
Impatient person's dread
___ of credit
Pat response
Bus route
Point connector
Script snippet
Sort of dance
Unit of stage script
Word with party or dedicated
Betting odds
Confused actor's request
Pickup shtick?
Cue, perhaps
Checkout nuisance
Letter that's dropped?
y = x, e.g.
Field of business
Diagonal, e.g.
Betting odds
Box-office backup
Pedigree
Bus route
Word with dance or drive
End to end, on the gridiron
Geometry basic
Come-on
Box-office backup
Pat response
Betting odds
Bank annoyance
Come-on
One-dimensional figure
Prompter's whisper
Field of work
Geometry basic
One-fifth of a limerick
Palmist's concern
Row
Tote board info
Word with dance or drive
Word before dance or drive
Retail grouping
Pick-up lure
Odds on the game
Hawser
Fishing need
Descendants
Salesman's stock
"Come here often?" is one
"Do you come here often?," for one
Dancing formation
It may be dropped
Pickup words
Word with stream or head
Part of a poem
Help from a lifeguard
Finish finish?
Checkout nuisance
Bit of dialogue
Box-office sight
Script snippet
What's My ___7'
Betting odds
Place to wait
Waiter's place
Bit of poetry
Railroad track
Type of dance or drawing
Bank holdup
Picker-upper's need?
Fishing cord
"So, what's your sign?" is one
Type of dance or drawing
Odds on the game
Mason/Dixon product
Request during rehearsal
Pickup shtick?
Occupation
It may be overheard in a bar
Request for help at a rehearsal
Checkout counter annoyance
Betting odds
Continuous mark
Group of waiters?
Word before dance or drive
Trade
Reinforce a raincoat
Waiter's place
Box office formation
Waiter's station?
Forgetful actor's cry
Subway route
Amusement park annoyance
Tackles are part of it
Part of a script
Conga feature
"A Chorus ___"
"What's your sign?" for one
"What's your sign?" is one
Heard in the bar scene, perhaps
What's My ___?
Waiter's place
Drive or cut preceder
Waiters' formation
Bit of dialogue
Boundary
Palmist's concern
"A Chorus __"
Fishing necessity
Salesman's stock
An actor may trip over one
Singles bar icebreaker
Talking point
Playboy's come-on
Bottom ___
Difficult to toe?
Boat rope
Part of a football team
Script snippet
Drop a __ (write)
Boundary
Ticket booth phenomenon
Row
Demarcation
Cord
Roue's come-on
Checkout headache
Confused actor's request
Result of a gas shortage
Bank sight
Script unit
"What's your sign?" is one
Type of dance
Toe the __
Pickup routine
Word with finish or foul
Sign of a hit show
Do you come here often? e.g.
__ of scrimmage
Ship's rope
Word with drive or drawing
Mason-Dixon follower
Pitch by 53 Across
Sailor's rope
Help from a lifeguard
Lay it on the ___
Drop a ___: write a letter
Waiters' group?
Unit of stage script
Part of a poem
Subway system
Something to draw or toe
Spiel
Contour
Furrow
Game of bowling
One-dimensional figure
Retail grouping
Spiel
Checkout headache
"You come here often?" e.g.
Betting odds
Route
Fishing cord
Stock of goods for sale
Toe the ____
Brief note
Clothes dryer
Crossing the -
Glib comment
Word with drawing or drive
Row
Motor vehicle bureau feature
Supermarket phenomenon
Kind of backer
Rule
Part of a fishing trio
Mode of conversation
What a tourist may drop
Tackle's place
Occupation
Football wall
Electrical wire circuit
"Rock Island ___," 1956 song
Interface
Clothes holder
Row
Kind of drawing
Johnny Cash walks it
Job
Cover inside
What L. Taylor backs
Furrow
Equator, e.g.
Cover the inside
Backyard dryer
Maginot, for one
Part of a football team
Business
Hook and sinker's companion
Equator, figuratively
What a vacationer drops
"I Walk the ___," Cash hit
Brief note
Train
The odds
Word after by or side
End to end, on the gridiron
Clothes chaser
Calling
Bookie's ballgame odds
Straight or product
From end to end, football-wise
Railroad or bus chaser
Wrinkle
What a tourist drops
Verse
Rock Island or B.&O.
Maginot or Siegfried
Ceil
"A Chorus ___"
Cable
Cash walks it
Couturier's offering
Don Juan's pitch
What a fullback hits
Word with party or date
Note
Item a piscator needs
Hair or dead follower
Hair follower
Toe the ___
Masher's come-on
Merchandise available
"Hold that ___!"
Masher's spiel
Spiel
Cover on the inside
Gift of gab
This may be dotted
Rake's spiel
Postcard note
Party ___
What tourists drop
Patent spiel
Something to drop while away
Word with goal or side
Short letter
Breed of animals
Item delivered by an actor
Kind of drive or drawing
Kind of storm
Word with bread or life
Something travelers drop
Bee or pipe
Short message
The bottom one counts
Part of a grid team
Football's front seven
Highway marking
Do a tailoring job
Kind of drive or squall
Place for a guard
Salesman's need
Clothes or dotted
Course of action
Center's place
End to end, in football
Bettors' morning ___
Kind of drive
Kind of baseball drive
Football-team unit
Family tree
Ends, guards, etc.
Ends, tackles, etc.
Seam
Court marker
Do a inside job
Date or party
One's business
Seven of eleven on offense
Salesman's samples
Equator
___ drive
Hot ___.
Quarterback's bodyguards.
Short message.
Wrinkle.
Cable.
Salesman's wares.
Purposeful conversation.
Contour.
Stock of goods.
Row.
Fishing device.
Short letter.
Insulate.
Equator.
Bounding restriction.
Boundary.
Queue.
Short note.
Salesman's offerings.
Item between hook and sinker.
Football term.
Cord.
Direction.
___ drive.
Football term
Occupation.
Succession.
Center, guards, tackles, ends.
Route.
Nautical rope.
Border.
Railroad.
Telephone wire.
Stock of merchandise.
Party ___.
The equator (with "the").
Procession.
Course of action.
Edge of a diamond.
Towing rope.
Descent.
Vocation.
Family.
Note.
Poetry unit.
Tow rope.
Course of conduct.
Bridge score division.
A railroad.
"What's My ___?”
Particular class of goods.
Seven members of a football team.
Seven football players.
Short written message.
Siegfried or Maginot.
Any transportation company.
One's occupation or business.
One's business.
Mark in the hand or face.
The equator.
Supply of goods of the same general class.
Glib persuasive talk: Slang.
Football team's "forward wall."
Occupation or business.
Showroom samples.
TV program, "What's My ___?"
The party ___.
Plotted by Mason and Dixon.
Piping for conveying a fluid.
Threadlike mark.
1/12th of an inch.
Rampart.
Red ___ (Syrian "boundary")
Coke selection
Forgetful actor's question
Kind of drawing
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