Crossword Clues for MOI

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“Surely you don’t think I’m responsible, do you?” Wall Street Journal 15 Jan 2022
Miroir image? New York Times 14 Jan 2022
Miss Piggy's pronoun Eugene Sheffer 13 Jan 2022
Miss Piggy's pronoun Eugene Sheffer 13 Dec 2021
L'Ã%A9tat, Ã Louis XIV LA Times Daily 01 Dec 2021
“Pretentious? ____?” (Fawlty Towers) The Times Specialist Sunday 28 Nov 2021
Cry of feigned innocence Wall Street Journal 27 Nov 2021
Pronoun for Miss Piggy Thomas Joseph 19 Nov 2021
Me, in French USA Today 08 Nov 2021
Miss Piggy's pronoun Eugene Sheffer 30 Oct 2021
"You can't mean me!" LA Times Daily 16 Oct 2021
'You can't mean me!' The Washington Post 16 Oct 2021
Indignant exclamation Wall Street Journal 07 Oct 2021
Me, to Miss Piggy New York Times 04 Oct 2021
"Little old me?" Universal 26 Sep 2021
'Excusez-__!' The Washington Post 22 Sep 2021
"Excusez-__!" LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2021
French pronoun New York Times 12 Sep 2021
Facetious ''Who, me?'' Newsday 29 Aug 2021
'You mean yours truly?' The Washington Post 25 Aug 2021
"You mean yours truly?" LA Times Daily 25 Aug 2021
'You can't possibly mean me?!' New York Times 11 Aug 2021
"Little ol' me?" LA Times Daily 10 Aug 2021
'Little ol' me?' The Washington Post 10 Aug 2021
'L'état, c'est ___' The Washington Post Sunday 01 Aug 2021
Coy rejoinder Newsday 24 Jul 2021
'Who, me?' The Washington Post 23 Jul 2021
"Who, me?" LA Times Daily 23 Jul 2021
Me, to Michel Thomas Joseph 22 Jul 2021
Me, to Michel Thomas Joseph 12 Jul 2021
"Who, me?" Universal 01 Jul 2021
Miss Piggy exclamation Canadiana 14 Jun 2021
Exclamation of feigned innocence Wall Street Journal 08 May 2021
Me, in French USA Today 09 Apr 2021
French for 'me' USA Today 09 Mar 2021
Reply of feigned innocence Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2021
Me, in Marseille Universal 12 Feb 2021
Me, in Montreal Canadiana 01 Feb 2021
Cry of mock innocence Wall Street Journal 27 Jan 2021
"Surely you don't mean me?!" LA Times Daily 19 Jan 2021
'Surely you don't mean me?!' The Washington Post 19 Jan 2021
Mademoiselle's 'me' The Washington Post Sunday 10 Jan 2021
"Little ol' me?" LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2021
'Little ol' me?' The Washington Post 04 Jan 2021
Me, to Michel Thomas Joseph 19 Dec 2020
Miss Piggy's question Universal 04 Dec 2020
"You're accusing me?!" Universal 25 Nov 2020
'Surely you don't think it could be me?!' New York Times 15 Nov 2020
Miss Piggy's pronoun Eugene Sheffer 21 Oct 2020
"Who, me?" Universal 18 Oct 2020
'Excusez-___ ...' Jonesin 13 Oct 2020
Reply of feigned innocence The Washington Post 11 Oct 2020
Reply of feigned innocence LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2020
Nice version of me? The Washington Post Sunday 06 Sep 2020
Faux-innocent reply Wall Street Journal 01 Sep 2020
'Who, me?' The Washington Post 12 Jun 2020
"Who, me?" LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2020
Miss Piggy catchword LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2020
Miss Piggy catchword The Washington Post 08 Jun 2020
Mock reply of indignation Universal 07 Jun 2020
Miss Piggy's coy question New York Times 03 Jun 2020
Cry of mock innocence Universal 04 May 2020
Me, in Montmartre Canadiana 04 May 2020
Exclamation from Miss Piggy Family Time 04 May 2020
French first-person pronoun USA Today 02 May 2020
Mimi's 'me' New York Times 23 Apr 2020
'Surely you don't mean me!?' New York Times 12 Apr 2020
Response when playing innocent New York Times 02 Apr 2020
"You think I did it?!" LA Times Daily 31 Mar 2020
'You think I did it?!' The Washington Post 31 Mar 2020
Me, in Vercheres Canadiana 16 Mar 2020
[Bats eyes innocently] The New Yorker 02 Mar 2020
Me, in Chambly Canadiana 24 Feb 2020
''You don't mean me?!'' Newsday 19 Jan 2020
Me, at the Louvre The Washington Post Sunday 17 Nov 2019
French ''me'' Newsday 29 Oct 2019
Miss Piggy tagline The Washington Post 27 Oct 2019
Miss Piggy tagline LA Times Daily 27 Oct 2019
Coy comeback New York Times 11 Oct 2019
Coy comeback
Affected response to an allegation New York Times 02 Aug 2019
Oneself, snootily Newsday 19 Jul 2019
Pronoun for Miss Piggy Universal 09 Jul 2019
''Little old me?'' Newsday 27 Jun 2019
'You don't mean me?!' New York Times 13 May 2019
Facetious ''Who, me?'' Newsday 02 May 2019
Me, overseas The Washington Post Sunday 28 Apr 2019
Me, to Mimi Premier Sunday 14 Apr 2019
'Why, you don't think I did it, do you?' The Washington Post Sunday 24 Mar 2019
'Little ol' me?' New York Times 17 Feb 2019
"Excusez-__" LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2019
'Excusez-__' The Washington Post 05 Feb 2019
Pretentious question Newsday 02 Feb 2019
Mannered comeback Newsday 19 Jan 2019
"Excusez-__"
"Who, me?"
Miss Piggy tagline
"Who, me?"
Pronoun for Miss Piggy
Exclamation of feigned innocence
"Little ol' me?"
"You don't mean me?!"
Affected response to an allegation
Air-kiss sound effect Newsday 03 Nov 2018
What Descartes called himself Newsday 26 Oct 2018
Me, to Maupassant The Washington Post Sunday 23 Sep 2018
"___?" (Miss Piggy word) Universal 23 Aug 2018
'Li'l ol' me?' Wall Street Journal 08 Aug 2018
'Voulez-vous coucher avec ___?' New York Times 10 Jul 2018
'You can't mean me!' The Washington Post 31 May 2018
"You can't mean me!" LA Times Daily 31 May 2018
Angers me? The Washington Post Sunday 13 May 2018
'You couldn't possibly mean me!?' New York Times 06 May 2018
''You don't mean me?'' Newsday 20 Apr 2018
"Li'l ol' me? Hah!" Universal 15 Apr 2018
Miss Piggy's catchword Universal 26 Mar 2018
"___?" (Miss Piggy word)
"Li'l ol' me? Hah!"
"You can't mean me!"
Reply of feigned innocence
Montmartre me
"Li'l ol' me?"
"Voulez-vous coucher avec ___?"
"You couldn't possibly mean me!?"
Miss Piggy's reply Universal 30 Dec 2017
Me, in Marseilles Newsday 24 Dec 2017
Miss Piggy pronoun Newsday 17 Dec 2017
'Who, me?' New York Times 29 Oct 2017
Question of false modesty New York Times 18 Oct 2017
'Yours truly,' facetiously New York Times 30 Sep 2017
'Who, me?' Wall Street Journal 26 Aug 2017
Word from Miss Piggy Family Time 13 Aug 2017
Word of fake innocence Universal 04 Jul 2017
Me, to Fifi Premier Sunday 25 Jun 2017
Mock-stunned 'Me?' Jonesin 21 Feb 2017
Miss Piggy pronoun USA Today 15 Jan 2017
"Yours truly," facetiously
Miss Piggy's question
Miss Piggy's reply
Miss Piggy pronoun
Word of fake innocence
"Who, me?"
Question of false modesty
"Little ol' me?"
"You think I did it?!"
'Excusez-___' New York Times 27 Dec 2016
Comeback of exaggerated innocence The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Dec 2016
'Li'l ol' me?!' Premier Sunday 11 Dec 2016
'Pas ___' (Dijon denial) Wall Street Journal 30 Nov 2016
Me, in Lyons Premier Sunday 30 Oct 2016
Me, to Luc Premier Sunday 16 Oct 2016
Affected denial LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2016
"You don't mean me?" Universal 25 Sep 2016
Question posed with feigned shock New York Times 18 Sep 2016
Me, to Maurice Canadiana 08 Aug 2016
Ingenuous question Wall Street Journal 04 Aug 2016
Coy response Wall Street Journal 21 Jun 2016
Monique's ''me'' Newsday 18 May 2016
'J'accuse!' reply New York Times 13 May 2016
''Excusez-___!'' Newsday 24 Mar 2016
Yours truly Newsday 18 Mar 2016
Pronoun from Miss Piggy Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2016
Reply of feigned surprise New York Times 12 Feb 2016
Pretentious query New York Times 06 Feb 2016
'Who, me?' Eugene Sheffer 16 Jan 2016
Miss Piggy, self-referentially The Chronicle of Higher Education 08 Jan 2016
Miss Piggy, self-referentially
Comeback of exaggerated innocence
Pretentious query
"Excusez-___"
Reply of feigned surprise
Question posed with feigned shock
Affected denial
"You don't mean me?"
Miss Piggy's query Eugene Sheffer 24 Dec 2015
'Surely not ME!?' New York Times 10 Dec 2015
Mock-incredulous query Newsday 20 Nov 2015
German steel center New York Times 01 Oct 2015
French pronoun Eugene Sheffer 17 Sep 2015
''You can't mean me?'' Newsday 05 Jun 2015
Me, to Gigi Premier Sunday 31 May 2015
Me, in France Newsday 15 Apr 2015
Me, to Marie Newsday 19 Feb 2015
Word of feigned innocence LA Times Daily 15 Jan 2015
"Li'l ol' me?" USA Today 08 Jan 2015
Yours truly, facetiously USA Today 06 Jan 2015
'Après ___ le déluge' New York Times 05 Jan 2015
Me, to Marie
"Après ___ le déluge"
"Surely not ME!?"
"Surely not me?"
Word of feigned innocence
Me, to Gigi
"You don't mean me?!"
Miss Piggy's self-referential pronoun
Parisian pronoun
Pronoun favored by Miss Piggy
Mock-incredulous query
Yours truly, facetiously
"Li'l ol' me?"
Faux question of innocence
"You can't mean me?"
Me, in France
Word spoken in mock indignation
French pronoun
Coy comeback
Question of mock surprise
Question of faux innocence
Miss Piggy's favorite pronoun
"___ aussi" ("likewise," en Français)
"You mean me?"
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Miss Piggy's question
"Who, me?"
Miss Piggy's word
Me, to Mimi
"Li'l ol' me?"
Cry of mock incredulity
French 101 pronoun
Reply of mock indignation
Me, in Paris
Me, in Marne
'Li'l ol' me?!'
Miss Piggy's self-reference
Me, to Matisse
Égotiste's pronoun
Miss Piggy, to Miss Piggy
"Who, me?"
First person in France?
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Égotiste's pronoun
"Dites-___" ("South Pacific" song)
"Who, me?"
"___?" (Miss Piggy's question)
"Excusez-___!"
First person in France?
Me, to Michel
"Après ___, le déluge"
Me, in Paree
Miss Piggy, to Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy's pronoun
"Me?," to Miss Piggy
Pronoun for Miss Piggy
Reply of faux innocence
Miss Piggy pronoun
Me, in Paris
Facetious "Me?"
Miss Piggy's pronoun
"Pardonnez-___!"
"Pretentious? __?"
"Surely you don't mean me?!"
Pierre, to Pierre
Me, in Montmartre
"Pretentious? __?"
"Surely you don't mean me?!"
Pierre, to Pierre
"Who, me?"
"You mean me?"
"C'est ___" ("Camelot" song)
Miss Piggy retort
"You can't mean me!"
Miss Piggy's pronoun
"Pompous? ___?"
Cry of feigned innocence
French pronoun
Pronoun for Miss Piggy
Reply from Miss Piggy
Reply of faux innocence
Miss Piggy's favorite word
Snooty response to an accusation
Cry of mock innocence
First person in France?
Reply from Miss Piggy
Ms. Piggy's one-word question
"Dites-__": "South Pacific" song
"Dites-__": "South Pacific" song
"Voulez-vous coucher avec ___ ce soir?" (1975 lyric)
"You can't mean me!"
Facetious "Who, me?"
"Voulez-vous coucher avec ___ ce soir?"
French pronoun
"You can't mean me!?"
"Li'l ol' me?"
Facetiously innocent query
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Miss Piggy's favorite pronoun
Miss Piggy's "me"
Response of feigned innocence
Yours truly, facetiously
Response of feigned innocence
Facetious "Who, me?"
Cry of feigned innocence
Response of feigned innocence
"Excusez-___"
"Pardonnez-___!"
"Little old me?"
"Lil' ol' me?"
Cry of facetious innocence
Miss Piggy's exclamation
"Little old me?"
Michelle, to herself?
"Little ol' me?"
"Je," as an object
"You mean me?"
"Ostentatious? ___?"
"You don't mean ME?!"
Yours truly
Me, in Nice
'Excusez- --!'
Paris pronoun
"Little ol' me?"
French pronoun
Montmartre me
Miss Piggy's self-reference
"You can't mean me!"
"Li'l ol' me?"
1978-2002 Kenyan president Daniel arap ___
Me, in Metz
Miss Piggy's self-reference
"Après ____ le déluge"
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Question from Miss Piggy
"L'état, c'est ___"
Exclamation of feigned innocence
"C'est ___" ("Camelot" song)
"You can't mean me!?"
Mimi's me
One-word question from Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy, self-referentially
Miss Piggy, self-referentially
Reply from Miss Piggy
Mimi's me
Pretentious way to refer to oneself
Muppets pronoun
"Would I do that?"
Miss Piggy's exclamation
Miss Piggy's coy reply
Me, to Miss Piggy
"Après __, le déluge"
Cry of facetious innocence
Miss Piggy, to herself
How Miss Piggy refers to herself
"Excusez-___!"
Me, to Miss Piggy
"Après __, le déluge"
"Would I do that?"
Muppets pronoun
"Après ___ le déluge"
French pronoun
Pronoun for Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy query
Paris pronoun
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Miss Piggy, to herself
Cry of mock surprise
"J'accuse!" response
Jacques, to Jacques
"You can't mean me!"
Miss Piggy query
Paris pronoun
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Miss Piggy's query
Facetiously innocent query
"Voulez-vous coucher avec ___ ce soir?" ("Lady Marmalade" lyric)
"L'état c'est ___"
Miss Piggy word
Pronoun for Pierre
Miss Piggy, to Miss Piggy
Query from Miss Piggy
Me in Marseilles
Miss Piggy's favorite pronoun
Me in Marseilles
Miss Piggy's query
Miss Piggy's word
Miss Piggy's inquiring word
Miss Piggy, self-referentially
Miss Piggy's questionable pronoun
Me, to Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy, self-referentially
Pronoun for Miss Piggy
Ms. Piggy's inquisition
Miss Piggy's query
Me, in Marseilles
Facetious "Who, me?"
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Me, in Marseilles
Parisian pronoun
Pierre, to Pierre
"Who, me?"
Facetiously innocent reaction to an accusation
Question from Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy's favorite word
Reply of mock aggrievement
Cutesy self-referential pronoun
"Dites-___" ("South Pacific" song)
"You're not talking about me, are you?"
Miss Piggy word
How Miss Piggy refers to herself
Miss Piggy, to herself
Miss Piggy, to Miss Piggy
"Pretentious? ___?"
Miss Piggy's "me"
Miss Piggy's inquiry
Miss Piggy's pronoun
Question of mock innocence
Miss Piggy's query
Facetiously innocent response
Me in Paree
Miss Piggy, to Miss Piggy
Kenyan president Daniel arap ___
Pronoun for Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy's query
Miss Piggy's "me"
Me, to Mimi
Me, to Michel
Longtime Kenyan leader
Me, in Marseilles
"_____?" (Miss Piggy's question)
First person in France
Word from Miss Piggy
Me to Miss Piggy
"C'est __" ("Camelot" song)
"Little old me?"
Egoiste's pronoun
"Would you be referring to yours truly?"
Me, in Metz
Pronoun from Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy, to herself
Word from Miss Piggy
Me, to Mitterrand
Miss Piggy's exclamation
Miss Piggy, self-referentially
Miss Piggy word
Me, to Miss Piggy
Question usually asked with raised eyebrows
"Me," to Mimi
Yours truly, facetiously
"Li'l ol' me?"
Miss Piggy, self-referentially
Miss Piggy, to Miss Piggy
Me in Marseilles
French pronoun
Egoiste's concern
Exclamation from Miss Piggy
Me to Maupassant
Porcine puppet's pronoun
Kenyan president beginning 1978
Me: Fr.
Parlez ____ d'Amour
Word from Miss Piggy
Longtime Kenyan president
Cry of mock indignation
Miss Piggy's question
Me to Flaubert
Me, to Mimi
Miss Piggy's query
"Li'l ol' me!"
"Little old me?"
Miss Piggy word
"L'état c'est _____": Louis XIV
___-meme (myself, to Henri)
Excusez-_____
"Pardonnez- ___!"
Me, to Maupassant
Miss Piggy's cry
Miss Piggy's favorite pronoun
"L'état c'est ___"
"Me?" to Miss Piggy
Myself, in Marseille
Me, to Miss Piggy
Myself, to Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy, to Miss Piggy
Me, in Metz
Miss Piggy to herself
Ruler, in Hawaii
L'etat, c'est __
"L'état, c'est ___"
Pronom
Me. in Nancy
Hawaiian ruler
"Après ___ le déluge . . . "
French pronoun
"Parlez ___ d'amour"
Me, in France
Indo-Chinese tribe
"Après ___ . . . "
French pronoun.
Me, in Marseilles.
Chez ___ (at my house): Fr.
Self: Fr.
Chez ___.
French possessive.
Me: Fr.
"Après ___ le déluge."
"Dites ___," "South Pacific" song.
Pronoun: Fr.
Me, in France.
"Apres ___ le déluge."
"Apres ___ le déluge.
Me: French.
L'état, c'est ___.
"L'etat, c'est ___."—Louis XIV.
Faux innocent reply
"Excusez-___!"
"Little ol' me?"
French 101 pronoun
"Surely you don't mean me?"
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