Word "MATE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the officer below the master on a commercial ship
Synonyms:
first mate

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a person's partner in marriage
Synonyms:
better half, married person, partner, spouse

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a chess move constituting an inescapable and indefensible attack on the opponent's king
Synonyms:
checkmate

Crossword Clues for MATE

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Partner Eugene Sheffer 20 Jun 2022
Deck officer Newsday 21 Apr 2022
Part of revolutionary pamphlet - a metaphysical type that's one of a pair Irish Times Crosaire 04 Apr 2022
Stag, for a doe Universal 30 Mar 2022
Partner Wall Street Journal 21 Mar 2022
See 52-Across Wall Street Journal 17 Mar 2022
Chess player's ''I win'' Newsday 09 Mar 2022
Animal kingdom partner The Washington Post Sunday 27 Feb 2022
Perth pal Wall Street Journal 27 Jan 2022
Partner of one of those at the end of 6 down Irish Times Crosaire 10 Jan 2022
Partner Eugene Sheffer 08 Jan 2022
Ending for 'class' or 'room' USA Today 05 Jan 2022
Buddy, in Brisbane Universal 04 Jan 2022
Part of revolutionary pamphlet - a metaphysical type that's one of a pair Irish Times Crosaire 03 Dec 2021
Suffix for 'room' or 'team' USA Today 01 Dec 2021
Ending in chess The Times Concise 16 Nov 2021
Partner Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2021
Problem for a king New York Times 22 Oct 2021
Chess win Thomas Joseph 19 Oct 2021
Medium upset couple The Guardian Quiptic 18 Oct 2021
Bud New York Times 08 Oct 2021
South American caffeinated brew Universal 03 Sep 2021
Part of revolutionary pamphlet - a metaphysical type that's one of a pair Irish Times Crosaire 25 Aug 2021
Aussie pal The Washington Post 24 Aug 2021
Aussie pal LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2021
Lover found hugging Marie Antoinette Irish Times Crosaire 23 Aug 2021
Matching glove Newsday 22 Aug 2021
Deckhand The Washington Post 27 Jul 2021
Chess win Thomas Joseph 27 Jul 2021
Deckhand LA Times Daily 27 Jul 2021
Wife or husband Newsday 19 Jul 2021
Friend's call making further play impossible The Telegraph Toughie 08 Jul 2021
Partner of characters involved in street amusements setting up Irish Times Crosaire 02 Jun 2021
Partner Eugene Sheffer 13 May 2021
Win at the board Wall Street Journal 06 Apr 2021
Dull sweetheart for partner The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Apr 2021
Melbourne buddy Newsday 18 Mar 2021
Scholar's ___ (end of the first match in 'The Queen's Gambit') The Washington Post Sunday 14 Mar 2021
Deck worker Thomas Joseph 13 Mar 2021
Down Under pal Universal 25 Feb 2021
Brisbane buddy Universal 16 Jan 2021
Final chess move The Telegraph Quick 09 Jan 2021
Pal The Washington Post 22 Nov 2020
Pal LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2020
Deckhand LA Times Daily 15 Nov 2020
Deckhand The Washington Post 15 Nov 2020
Chess win Thomas Joseph 29 Sep 2020
"G'day, ___!" Universal 20 Sep 2020
Follower of 'room' or 'soul' USA Today 09 Sep 2020
Half a matched set Newsday 30 Aug 2020
First ___ (ship officer) Universal 15 Jul 2020
Spouse Newsday 13 Jul 2020
Mare, to a stallion Universal 13 Jul 2020
One of a pair, a pal Irish Times Simplex 26 Jun 2020
'G'day, ___!' USA Today 25 Jun 2020
Husband or wife Newsday 22 Jun 2020
Friend, in Australia Universal 22 Jun 2020
Partner USA Today 14 Jun 2020
Partner The Telegraph Quick 12 Jun 2020
Check for a winner? Wall Street Journal 28 May 2020
Partner Thomas Joseph 25 May 2020
China tea The Telegraph Cryptic 19 May 2020
Word with "room" or "team" Family Time 26 Apr 2020
Friend of Sydney Wall Street Journal 18 Apr 2020
Board finish Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2020
Suffix for 'class' or 'room' USA Today 11 Apr 2020
Second sock LA Times Daily 28 Mar 2020
Second sock The Washington Post 28 Mar 2020
Buddy Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2020
Partner Canadiana 09 Mar 2020
Second glove Newsday 08 Mar 2020
Aussie pal, or what can follow each word in the answers to starred clues The Washington Post 11 Feb 2020
Aussie pal, or what can follow each word in the answers to starred clues LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2020
___ in three (chess challenge)
___ in three (chess challenge) New York Times 02 Feb 2020
Pal The Telegraph Quick 11 Dec 2019
Chess ending USA Today 03 Dec 2019
Life partner Wall Street Journal 02 Dec 2019
First ___ (Gilligan's post) USA Today 30 Nov 2019
Partner The Times Concise 22 Nov 2019
Down Under bud The Washington Post 17 Nov 2019
Down Under bud LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2019
Chess conclusion, informally Universal 15 Nov 2019
Friend Down Under USA Today 22 Oct 2019
End of a chess game Newsday 02 Oct 2019
End of a match The New Yorker 09 Sep 2019
Brisbane buddy Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2019
Match, or end of a chess match Universal 06 Sep 2019
Buck, for a doe Universal 22 Aug 2019
Chess player's 'I win' USA Today 28 Jun 2019
'G'day' addressee The Washington Post 27 Jun 2019
"G'day" addressee LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2019
King's capture Family Time 23 Jun 2019
Pal at the barbie LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2019
Pal at the barbie The Washington Post 12 Jun 2019
Life partner The Washington Post 10 Jun 2019
Life partner LA Times Daily 10 Jun 2019
Each animal in Noah's Ark had one New York Times 04 Jun 2019
Game's end New York Times 02 Jun 2019
Partner of characters involved in street amusements set-up Irish Times Crosaire 27 May 2019
#, in chess notation New York Times 25 May 2019
Partner consumed by amphetamines doing the rounds Irish Times Crosaire 10 May 2019
Nautical officer Newsday 09 May 2019
Pal Canadiana 29 Apr 2019
Some characters target a manager backing up partner Irish Times Crosaire 22 Apr 2019
Deck officer Universal 18 Mar 2019
Fragment of dogma technically derived from partner Irish Times Crosaire 15 Mar 2019
Word with room or team Family Time 11 Mar 2019
Chess ending New York Times 26 Feb 2019
Ram, for a ewe Universal 07 Feb 2019
Work ____ ( Co-worker ) Canadiana 04 Feb 2019
Hand on deck The Washington Post 08 Jan 2019
Hand on deck LA Times Daily 08 Jan 2019
Final chess check Family Time 06 Jan 2019
Each animal in Noah's Ark had one
Friend Down Under
Deck officer
Chess ending
Game's end
Pal at the barbie
Match, or end of a chess match
Hand on deck
Buck, for a doe
Life partner
Ram, for a ewe
Brisbane buddy
Chess player's "I win"
"G'day" addressee
#, in chess notation
One of a pair of gloves, to the other USA Today 17 Dec 2018
Nala, to Simba USA Today 22 Nov 2018
___ in two (common chess puzzle) The Washington Post Sunday 21 Oct 2018
Win for Polgar Wall Street Journal 18 Oct 2018
Matching glove Newsday 07 Oct 2018
Brisbane buddy USA Today 01 Oct 2018
What '#' means in chess notation New York Times 16 Sep 2018
Decisive chess victory Family Time 23 Jul 2018
Half of a pair New York Times 08 Jul 2018
Another end of a chess game New York Times 30 Jun 2018
Ninth word .. New York Times 14 Jun 2018
Friend found in 42-Across Wall Street Journal 15 May 2018
Chess player's friend? The Washington Post Sunday 29 Apr 2018
What queen might do to king or consort The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Mar 2018
One sock, to another New York Times 19 Mar 2018
Chum The Telegraph Quick 22 Feb 2018
Down Under pal USA Today 16 Feb 2018
Chess word Universal 03 Feb 2018
One of a pair of gloves, to the other
Win for Polgar
Friend found in 42-Across
Brisbane buddy
Down Under pal
Nala, to Simba
Chess word
What "#" means in chess notation
One sock, to another
Ninth word ...
Half of a pair
Another end of a chess game
Partner The Washington Post 31 Dec 2017
Partner LA Times Daily 31 Dec 2017
Last word in chess USA Today 19 Dec 2017
Chess player's "I win!" USA Today 16 Dec 2017
Chess game ending Newsday 12 Dec 2017
One of a pair, pal Irish Times Simplex 11 Dec 2017
Dating service success New York Times 09 Dec 2017
Check for a win? Wall Street Journal 06 Dec 2017
Chess ending Family Time 26 Nov 2017
Australian friend New York Times 08 Oct 2017
Spouse LA Times Daily 12 Sep 2017
Spouse The Washington Post 12 Sep 2017
Chess finale Universal 03 Sep 2017
#, in chess notation The Washington Post Sunday 27 Aug 2017
Final check? LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2017
Final check? The Washington Post 02 Aug 2017
One to whom you might say 'G'day!' New York Times 26 Jul 2017
First ___ (Gilligan's job) USA Today 17 Jul 2017
Final move in chess The Times Concise 29 Jun 2017
Pirate address Wall Street Journal 13 Jun 2017
Game-ending call The Washington Post 11 Jun 2017
Game-ending call LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2017
See 20 The Telegraph General Knowledge 11 Jun 2017
Other glove Newsday 08 Jun 2017
Impossible chess ending with a king and knight versus a lone king New York Times 07 Jun 2017
Ship's officer Canadiana 22 May 2017
One to say 'G'day' to The Washington Post 11 Apr 2017
One to say "G'day" to LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2017
Chess player's "You lose!" USA Today 11 Mar 2017
Bud The Washington Post 11 Mar 2017
Lover of Marie Antoinette doing the rounds? Irish Times Crosaire 11 Mar 2017
Bud LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2017
Matching sock Newsday 09 Feb 2017
Bro LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2017
Significant other Newsday 22 Jan 2017
One to whom you might say "G'day!"
First ___ (Gilligan's job)
Chess player's "I win!"
Chess finale
Australian friend
Final check?
Bro
Game-ending call
One to say "G'day" to
Dating service success
Impossible chess ending with a king and knight versus a lone king
Last word in chess
Partner
Spouse
Final check, in chess Family Time 18 Dec 2016
Significant other The Washington Post 15 Nov 2016
Chess finale USA Today 14 Nov 2016
Have a decisive chess win Universal 02 Oct 2016
"G'day, ___!" USA Today 21 Sep 2016
Friend mum's cut short The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Sep 2016
Pal, chum The Telegraph Quick 11 Sep 2016
'Check and ___' New York Times 04 Sep 2016
Final check? Universal 17 Aug 2016
Friend, in Fremantle Jonesin 09 Aug 2016
Do more than check Universal 14 Jul 2016
Lover of Marie Antoinette? That's the one doing the rounds! Irish Times Crosaire 06 Jul 2016
Chess conclusion USA Today 03 Jul 2016
Winning move in match The Times Cryptic 27 Jun 2016
Winning move New York Times 11 Jun 2016
"G'day" speaker Universal 10 May 2016
Play or school follower LA Times Daily 07 May 2016
Friend from a text extract The Sun Two Speed 01 Feb 2016
Buddy The Sun Two Speed 01 Feb 2016
Chum New York Times 31 Jan 2016
Chess win Eugene Sheffer 08 Jan 2016
Chum
"Check and ___"
Winning move
Chess finale
Play or school follower
Chess conclusion
Have a decisive chess win
"G'day, ___!"
Do more than check
One of a matched pair The Washington Post 05 Dec 2015
It's the end of the game, chum The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Nov 2015
Bill, to Melinda The Washington Post 14 Nov 2015
Counterpart in life Universal 10 Nov 2015
Matching sock USA Today 09 Nov 2015
"G'day" recipient Universal 07 Nov 2015
"G'day" recipient USA Today 22 Oct 2015
Soul _____ Canadiana 14 Sep 2015
"G'day" speaker USA Today 09 Sep 2015
"Game over," to Kasparov LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2015
Friend offering tea The Times Cryptic 18 Aug 2015
Other half LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2015
Friend of Sydney LA Times Daily 12 Jul 2015
Chess closer Jonesin 23 Jun 2015
Pal of Sydney? USA Today 29 May 2015
King's downfall LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2015
Ships officer Canadiana 06 Apr 2015
Game ender LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2015
Bud New York Times 29 Jan 2015
Friend The Telegraph Quick 22 Jan 2015
Streets "Dry your eyes, ___"
Husband or wife
Other half
King's downfall
Game ender
Friend of Sydney
"Game over," to Kasparov
"G'day" recipient
Spouse
Perth pal
One of a matched pair
Do more than check
Captain's underling
Bill, to Melinda
Counterpart in life
Perform a final check?
Pal of Sydney?
Matching sock
"G'day" speaker
"G'day" recipient
Bud
Matching sock
Spouse
Deck officer
King's demise
Tarrus Riley "Soul___"
Spouse
Partner
Fellow member, slang
Buddy in Australia
Running __
__ for life
Captain's underling
Follower of stale or stable
Australian pal
Chess finale
Partner
Board finish
Pal, in Perth
Aussie's buddy
Kasparov coup
Kiwi's companion
Game-ending move
Capture a king
Coup in a classic board game
Word you hear before you flip over the chessboard
Chess game ending
Chess win
Crew member
Game-ending word
Board game ender
Aussie's buddy
Canberra chum
Aussie's friend
Last word in a chess match
One of a pair
Perth pal
Beat on the board?
It often gets lost in the wash
Crewman's crony
End of a chess game
Better half, so to speak
Fellow band member, to a Kiwi
49 Down's pal
26-Across, to an Australian
Chess ending
Chess announcement
Brisbane buddy
Aussie buddy
Chess win
Brisbane buddy
Better half, so to speak
Melbourne buddy
Chess announcement
Chess ending
Peahen, to a peacock
Counterpart
Partner
Fischer finale
Crew member
Chess objective
Chess finale
Brisbane buddy
Kaiser Chiefs: "Team ___"
Colleague
Running ___
Friend, in Australia
Winner's check?
Word signaling a king's downfall
Play or room follower
Play or room follower
"G'day, ___!"
Aussie's pal
Bad word for the king?
Best on a chessboard
Fischer coup de grace
Partner
Missing sock
Significant other
9-Across ending
Partner
Final check
Aussie's pal
Pal
King's downfall, maybe
Canberra comrade
Pal
King's downfall, maybe
Word with running or soul
Friend of Adelaide
It can follow the last word of this puzzle's five longest answers
Chess ending
Start a new generation
Left-hand glove, to the right
Win for Kasparov
One's other half
Last word from Kasparov?
Game-ending word
Friend of Adelaide
It can follow the last word of this puzzle's five longest answers
Captain's underling
Buddy, down under
"G'day ___"
Kasparov coup
"I win," in chess
Chess player's "I win"
Last word in chess
What a sock needs
Left shoe, to the right shoe
Aussie's buddy
Spouse
Best on a chessboard
Pal of Sydney
Eve, to Adam
Pal of Sydney
Aussie pal
Endgame end
Partner
Second glove
Game-ending announcement
Crew member
Outback buddy
Recipient of "G'day"
Coup in a certain board game
Running partner?
Deck officer
One sock, to another
What a stocking needs
Winner's check?
The other shoe, e.g.
Win for Bobby Fischer
Corner, as a king
Bad news for the king
Pal
Final check
Buddy
Game ender
Adam, to Eve
Tealike beverage
Win for Fischer
Captain's underling
Outback buddy
Buddy
Buddy
Spouse
Pal, to Crocodile Dundee
Deck officer
First person on a ship?
Canberra comrade
Brisbane buddy
Last word in chess?
Missing sock
Husband or wife
"I win," to a chess player
One sock, to the other
Last word in chess?
Fellow worker
Pal
Finale for Fischer
Counterpart
Win at chess
Bring together
Pal, Down Under
Defeat at chess
Adam, to Eve
Buddy, Down Under
Pal
Running partner?
Check chaser
First ___ (ship officer)
Aussie pal
Chess-game conclusion
Word with ship or soul
Husband or wife
Spouse
Crewperson
Chess finale
Bloke
Significant other
Couple
Game-ending word
Aussie buddy
One of a couple
Perth pal
One of a pair
Kasparov kayo
Check chaser
Endgame ending
British buddy
Game-ending word
Chess player's cry
Captain's aide
Jane, to Tarzan
Last word in a chess game, maybe
Other sock
Aussie pal
Life partner
Jane, to Tarzan
Last word in a chess game, maybe
Other sock
Aussie's buddy
Chess closer
Kasparov's coup de grâce
Tough call for a king
Buddy
Pen, to a cob
Word about a king's downfall
Chess player's triumphant cry
One of a pair
Game-ending word
A word for one begins 17- and 57-Across, and 11- and 30-Down
"G'day, ___!"
A word for one begins 17- and 57-Across, and 11- and 30-Down
"I win," to Kasparov
Win for Kasparov
Chum, to Crocodile Dundee
Second sock, say
One of a pair
Other half
Sydney sidekick
Word about a king's downfall
One of a pair
Game-ending word
Endgame ender
Chess cry
Pal, in Perth
What "++" means in Qe2++
What a stocking needs
Wife
Dovetail
Left-hand glove, to the right
Spouse
Fischer win
Pal in Sydney
See 1 Across
The other shoe, say
Capture a king
Pal from Down Under
Certain game ending
See 1 Across
Partner
One glove, to the other
Spouse
Start a new generation
One of a couple
Game ending
Spouse
King's demise?
Friend, in Australia
Chess triumph
Game ender
Kasparov victory
Board game ender
Karpov s cry
Aussie's friend
Partner in a way
Spouse
Pair up
One glove e.g.
Buddy, in Leeds
Life partner
Chum, to Dundee
Half a matched set
Board-game ender
Win for Kasparov, for short
Win for Kasparov
Victory for Kasparov
Bad news for the king
Chess word
Counterpart
Perth pal
"G'day" recipient
Bobby Fischer coup
Chess win
Pal down under
One of a pair
Karpov's climax
Friend Down Under
Chess closer
Buddy
Significant other
Pal, Down Under
Aussie buddy
Chess ending
Aussie's pal
Chess goal, for short
Crewman
Sock necessity
Brit's buddy
Wed
Better half
Last word in chess
Friend Down Under
Word with soul or help
Part of a pair
Fischer triumph
Starbuck on the Pequod
Kasparov conquest
Chess call
Beat Spassky
Paraguayan tea
One of a pair
Win at chess
Word with room or help
No sock should be without one
Every sock has one
Best at chess
Starbuck was one
Mom or Pop
Sire, to a dam
The end for Karpov
Tal triumph
Green tea of Paraguay
Finale for Fischer
The end, in chess
Hind, to a stag
Jane, to Tarzan
Blondie, to Dagwood
Paraguay tea
A Pinta officer
One of a perfect pair
Consort
Marry
Molly, to Fibber
Doe, to stag
Starbuck, in "Moby Dick"
Nautical officer
Chanticleer, to a biddy
Beat at chess
Fischer's forte
Ship's officer
S.A. beverage
Chess crisis
Check or first
Husband or wife
Nautical man
Fit together
Naval officer
Chess word
Other glove
Chess win
Ship officer
Other shoe
Ship officer.
One of a pair.
South American beverage.
Companion.
Ship's officer.
Defeat at chess.
Fellow worker.
Chess term
Paraguay tea.
Aromatic beverage.
Finis, in chess.
Last word in chess.
Navy man.
Chess term.
Petty officer.
Spouse.
Good match.
Consort.
Bill Bobstay was one.
So. American drink.
Yokefellow.
Partner.
Deck officer.
So. American beverage.
Comrade.
Colleague.
Counterpart.
A kind of tea.
Final move in chess.
Match.
Lord Jim's rating.
Skipper's aide.
Brazilian holly, basis of a beverage.
South American drink.
Officer in the merchant marine.
Helper.
Final chess move.
South American tea.
Skipper's assistant.
Merchant marine officer.
What Lord Jim was on board the Patua.
Fellow.
Edmond Dantes' nautical rating.
Assistant to a warrant officer.
Officer of merchant vessel.
An associate.
Game ender
King's downfall
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