Word "NOT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
negation of a word or group of words
Synonyms:
non
Examples:
he does not speak French
she is not going
they are not friends
not many
not much
not at all

Crossword Clues for NOT

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Clue Source Date
"__ all heroes wear capes" LA Times Daily 28 Sep 2022
"— so fast!" Eugene Sheffer 27 Sep 2022
___ too shabby Universal 26 Sep 2022
"Ready or ___ ..." Universal 21 Sep 2022
"As if!" Universal 20 Sep 2022
Part of N/A Universal 19 Sep 2022
Word of denial Thomas Joseph 15 Sep 2022
The poor chap's condition in Stevie Smith's famous poem? The Guardian Weekend 10 Sep 2022
"Psych!" Universal 09 Sep 2022
"Uh-uh!" LA Times Daily 04 Sep 2022
"I'm ___ going in there!" Family Time 04 Sep 2022
___ at all New York Times 26 Aug 2022
'Psych!' USA Today 24 Aug 2022
Certainly The Guardian Quiptic 15 Aug 2022
Modifier in digital logic New York Times 14 Aug 2022
'Sorry ___ sorry!' USA Today 14 Aug 2022
"Just kidding!" Universal 07 Aug 2022
"__ too shabby!" LA Times Daily 03 Aug 2022
"Psych!" Universal 16 Jul 2022
Sarcastic punch line New York Times 10 Jul 2022
"It's ___ easy being green" Universal 06 Jul 2022
Undoing word Thomas Joseph 23 Jun 2022
"Believe it or ___" Family Time 13 Jun 2022
“Just kidding!” Wall Street Journal 25 May 2022
"Just kidding!" Universal 24 May 2022
Though possibly Adam, right? Under no circumstances The Guardian Cryptic 17 May 2022
DO __ DISTURB Newsday 16 May 2022
Word of denial Eugene Sheffer 14 May 2022
'That's ___ fair!' USA Today 11 May 2022
"Kidding!" Eugene Sheffer 09 May 2022
Negation word Irish Times Simplex 03 May 2022
'Just joking!' USA Today 19 Apr 2022
'We're ___ gonna take this lying down!' The Washington Post Sunday 10 Apr 2022
''Just kidding!'' Newsday 27 Mar 2022
The "N" in N.A Universal 20 Mar 2022
Word often contracted in contractions New York Times 11 Mar 2022
"Just kidding!" LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2022
'Just kidding!' The Washington Post 06 Mar 2022
"Like it or ___!" Family Time 28 Feb 2022
"Psych!" Universal 23 Feb 2022
'I kid you ___!' USA Today 21 Feb 2022
"As if!" Universal 14 Feb 2022
"___ my problem" Universal 13 Feb 2022
"Kidding!" Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2022
Starting for all sides today? As if that has negative connotations! Irish Times Crosaire 29 Jan 2022
With 61-Across, mediocre Wall Street Journal 19 Jan 2022
"I think —!" Premier Sunday 16 Jan 2022
"That's ___ what I expected" Family Time 02 Jan 2022
"Just joking!" Premier Sunday 02 Jan 2022
"I was being sarcastic!" LA Times Daily 31 Dec 2021
Last but ___ least Universal 25 Dec 2021
"Sorry ___ sorry!" Universal 19 Dec 2021
Adverb in many of the Commandments Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2021
"__ on my watch!" LA Times Daily 07 Dec 2021
"Kidding!" Eugene Sheffer 13 Nov 2021
Opposite indicator Wall Street Journal 13 Nov 2021
"— so fast!" Eugene Sheffer 12 Nov 2021
Negating word Thomas Joseph 09 Nov 2021
“Just kidding!” New York Times 08 Nov 2021
"Kidding!" Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2021
'Life doesn't frighten me at all / ___ at all' USA Today 02 Nov 2021
"Just kidding!" LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2021
'Sorry ___ sorry' USA Today 19 Oct 2021
"Kidding!" Eugene Sheffer 11 Oct 2021
"What's ___ to like?" Universal 08 Oct 2021
Word of opposition Wall Street Journal 06 Oct 2021
''Believe it or __ . . .'' Newsday 28 Sep 2021
The N in NSFW USA Today 26 Sep 2021
'True peace is ___ merely the absence of tension' (MLK) USA Today 16 Sep 2021
With 7-Down, disliking ... or at least feeling indifferent about New York Times 07 Aug 2021
Often-contracted word New York Times 01 Aug 2021
"I'm ___ joking" Family Time 25 Jul 2021
Sam Smith's "I'm ___ the Only One" Universal 29 Jun 2021
What '!' means in many programming languages USA Today 17 Jun 2021
'What's ___ clicking?' USA Today 12 Jun 2021
Negative adverb Universal 10 Jun 2021
"That's __ fair!" LA Times Daily 09 Jun 2021
'That's __ fair!' The Washington Post 09 Jun 2021
Ready alternative Wall Street Journal 03 Jun 2021
Believe it or what? Family Time 30 May 2021
"Just kidding!" LA Times Daily 23 May 2021
'Just kidding!' The Washington Post 23 May 2021
"Kidding!" Eugene Sheffer 13 May 2021
Contraction candidate Newsday 07 May 2021
Sarcastic punch line to an insincere remark New York Times 07 May 2021
Word of denial Eugene Sheffer 01 May 2021
"It's ___ too cold outside" Family Time 12 Apr 2021
Part 8 of today's quote Canadiana 05 Apr 2021
"Believe it or ___" Family Time 05 Apr 2021
"I am ___ amused!" Family Time 04 Apr 2021
"— so fast!" Eugene Sheffer 02 Apr 2021
Word between "sorry" and "sorry" Universal 25 Mar 2021
Punctuating word indicating sarcasm The Washington Post 18 Mar 2021
Punctuating word indicating sarcasm LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2021
See 14-Across USA Today 13 Mar 2021
Word seen 10+ times in Exodus 20 Newsday 06 Mar 2021
Do ___ disturb USA Today 14 Feb 2021
''Ready or __, here . . . '' Newsday 08 Feb 2021
'That's ___ fair!' USA Today 20 Jan 2021
"That's ___ what I think!" ("I disagree") Family Time 21 Dec 2020
Sarcastic sentence ender New York Times 10 Dec 2020
"It's ___ for me to say" Universal 18 Nov 2020
Word of negation The Times Concise 14 Nov 2020
!, in some programming languages New York Times 06 Nov 2020
''__ a chance!'' (''Forget it!'') Newsday 02 Nov 2020
"__ on my watch!" LA Times Daily 02 Nov 2020
'__ on my watch!' The Washington Post 02 Nov 2020
'___ bad!' The Washington Post Sunday 18 Oct 2020
'Psych!' The Washington Post 05 Oct 2020
"Psych!" LA Times Daily 05 Oct 2020
"It's ___ that difficult!" Family Time 27 Sep 2020
With 59-Down, later LA Times Daily 26 Sep 2020
With 59-Down, later The Washington Post 26 Sep 2020
"___ anymore!" Universal 21 Sep 2020
Ready alternative? Family Time 21 Sep 2020
English translation of 50-Across New York Times 22 Aug 2020
'___ my problem' USA Today 21 Aug 2020
Word repeated in 'Waste ___, want ___' New York Times 03 Aug 2020
"Believe It or ___!" Family Time 03 Aug 2020
NSFW part Premier Sunday 02 Aug 2020
Part of NIMBY Universal 24 Jul 2020
'Let's ___' New York Times 15 Jul 2020
Word of denial Universal 14 Jul 2020
"You're __ me" LA Times Daily 03 Jul 2020
'You're __ me' The Washington Post 03 Jul 2020
Opposite creator Wall Street Journal 02 Jul 2020
"___ on my watch!" Family Time 21 Jun 2020
'___ if I can help it!' New York Times 26 May 2020
"Ready or ___ ..." Universal 13 Apr 2020
''I should say __!'' Newsday 10 Apr 2020
“Kidding!” Wall Street Journal 12 Feb 2020
'— so fast!' Eugene Sheffer 27 Jan 2020
___ too shabby Universal 27 Jan 2020
''Believe it or __ . . .'' Newsday 16 Dec 2019
"Just kidding!" Universal 12 Dec 2019
Part of NSFW USA Today 05 Dec 2019
'Just kidding!' USA Today 08 Nov 2019
"What's ___ to like?"
'What's ___ to like?' New York Times 28 Oct 2019
"I'm __ a robot": phrase with captcha tests LA Times Daily 09 Oct 2019
'I'm __ a robot': phrase with captcha tests The Washington Post 09 Oct 2019
''Maybe __'' Newsday 27 Sep 2019
"Yeah, right!" Universal 21 Sep 2019
'Fat chance!' USA Today 11 Sep 2019
"Do ___ disturb" Family Time 02 Sep 2019
Boolean operator The New Yorker 26 Aug 2019
"Thou shalt ___ steal" Universal 25 Aug 2019
"__ my problem" LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2019
'__ my problem' The Washington Post 24 Aug 2019
“Do ___ Disturb” Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2019
"Psych!" Universal 17 Aug 2019
Negation Canadiana 12 Aug 2019
Excluding LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2019
Excluding The Washington Post 02 Aug 2019
Boolean operator Wall Street Journal 01 Aug 2019
'Wayne's World' catchword The Washington Post 29 Jul 2019
"Wayne's World" catchword LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2019
Word after waste and want New York Times 29 Jul 2019
'Kidding!' Eugene Sheffer 25 Jul 2019
What '!' can mean in computer programming New York Times 18 Jul 2019
Word before interested or guilty Jonesin 16 Jul 2019
See 36-Across USA Today 15 Jul 2019
NIMBY part USA Today 13 Jul 2019
"As if!" Universal 12 Jul 2019
"Fooled you!" LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2019
In no way Premier Sunday 07 Jul 2019
'Fooled you!' The Washington Post 07 Jul 2019
With 59-Down, so-so New York Times 28 Jun 2019
'___ to worry' Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2019
"Sorry ___ sorry!" Universal 19 Jun 2019
'I kid you ___!' Wall Street Journal 18 Jun 2019
DO __ DISTURB Newsday 28 May 2019
'Only kidding!' Thomas Joseph 09 May 2019
''Sorry, __ interested'' Newsday 23 Apr 2019
''__ too bad'' Newsday 10 Apr 2019
What "~" or "!" sometimes mean, in code The New Yorker 08 Apr 2019
Part 7 of today's witticism Canadiana 18 Mar 2019
"___ too shabby" Universal 14 Mar 2019
'Why ___?' New York Times 07 Mar 2019
- The Washington Post Sunday 24 Feb 2019
Fourth word of Hamlet's soliloquy Wall Street Journal 24 Jan 2019
"Kidding!" LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2019
'Kidding!' The Washington Post 10 Jan 2019
"___ to worry"
"As if!"
"Psych!"
"Sorry ___ sorry!"
"Yeah, right!"
NIMBY part
"Do ___ Disturb"
See 36-Across
"Fat chance!"
"___ to be confused with..."
"Why ___?"
"Thou shalt ___ steal"
"I kid you ___!"
"I'm __ a robot": phrase with captcha tests
"Just kidding!"
Excluding
"Fooled you!"
"__ my problem"
"Wayne's World" catchword
What "!" can mean in computer programming
Word after waste and want
Word of denial
"___ too shabby"
Fourth word of Hamlet's soliloquy
Boolean operator
"Kidding!"
With 59-Down, so-so
"Psych!"
Word of denial Wall Street Journal 11 Dec 2018
Johns across the pond New York Times 06 Dec 2018
'Ask ___ ...' New York Times 02 Dec 2018
Do ___ disturb Universal 16 Nov 2018
'___ too shabby!' USA Today 01 Nov 2018
'Just kidding' USA Today 28 Oct 2018
"I'm ___ one to boast" Universal 25 Oct 2018
''Ready or __, here . . .'' Newsday 22 Oct 2018
'Negatory' Jonesin 16 Oct 2018
"That joke was ___ funny" Family Time 07 Oct 2018
___ of this earth Universal 24 Sep 2018
Forget-me-__ Newsday 10 Sep 2018
Do ___ Call Registry New York Times 05 Sep 2018
'Just joking!' Premier Sunday 02 Sep 2018
'___ if I can help it!' Jonesin 28 Aug 2018
Word of denial Thomas Joseph 27 Aug 2018
How to forget me? Universal 19 Aug 2018
Undoing word Thomas Joseph 13 Aug 2018
"As if!" LA Times Daily 03 Aug 2018
'As if!' The Washington Post 03 Aug 2018
Part of NIMBY Eugene Sheffer 30 Jul 2018
''Do ___ Enter'' Family Time 22 Jul 2018
'Just joking!' The Washington Post 13 Jul 2018
"Just joking!" LA Times Daily 13 Jul 2018
What '-' may represent in a Google search New York Times 12 Jul 2018
Word in most of the commandments Wall Street Journal 23 Jun 2018
Negating word Thomas Joseph 04 Jun 2018
Forget-me-__ LA Times Daily 29 May 2018
Forget-me-__ The Washington Post 29 May 2018
"What's ___ to like?" Universal 26 May 2018
'___ fair!' New York Times 24 May 2018
Petal plucker's word USA Today 18 May 2018
"Do ___ enter" Universal 18 May 2018
Commandments qualifier Newsday 19 Apr 2018
Part of n/a Premier Sunday 01 Apr 2018
Word of denial The Times Concise 12 Mar 2018
Word often contracted Newsday 07 Mar 2018
End of Ripley's statement Universal 24 Feb 2018
With 66-Across, Bond specification New York Times 08 Feb 2018
For sale word? Universal 02 Feb 2018
Word with "I kid you" Universal 15 Jan 2018
___-for-profit USA Today 07 Jan 2018
"Ain't gonna happen!" USA Today 02 Jan 2018
What "-" may represent in a Google search
"As if!"
"Just joking!"
Forget-me-__
'Let's ___ and say we did' New York Times 01 Jan 2018
Word in most of the commandments
___-for-profit
Petal plucker's word
"___ too shabby!"
"Just kidding"
"Ain't gonna happen!"
___ of this earth
Word with "I kid you"
How to forget me?
For sale word?
End of Ripley's statement
Do ___ disturb
"What's ___ to like?"
"I'm ___ one to boast"
"Do ___ enter"
"Ask ___ ..."
"I think ___"
"Let's ___ and say we did"
"___ fair!"
Do ___ Call Registry
With 66-Across, Bond specification
''__ to worry'' Newsday 27 Dec 2017
"What's ___ to like?" Family Time 24 Dec 2017
'Just kidding!' New York Times 24 Dec 2017
Forget-me-___ Universal 20 Dec 2017
Word implied on Opposite Day New York Times 10 Dec 2017
Sarcastic "Just kidding!" USA Today 08 Dec 2017
'I'm ___ crying, you're crying!' The Washington Post Sunday 03 Dec 2017
Un- or in- Newsday 01 Dec 2017
''__ funny!'' Newsday 24 Nov 2017
''__ bad!'' Newsday 16 Nov 2017
Negative word Eugene Sheffer 13 Nov 2017
Tilde's meaning in symbolic logic Wall Street Journal 25 Oct 2017
"Ask ___ what your country ..." Universal 20 Oct 2017
' so fast!' Eugene Sheffer 10 Oct 2017
With 36 Across, ''Unacceptable'' Newsday 07 Oct 2017
'Perhaps ___' New York Times 21 Sep 2017
__ a little (quite a bit) Newsday 10 Sep 2017
''Believe it or __!'' Newsday 22 Aug 2017
Negating word Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2017
"That's ___ fair!" Family Time 30 Jul 2017
'___ interested' New York Times 27 Jul 2017
Word after "fear" or "have" Universal 27 Jul 2017
"That's ___ mine" Family Time 24 Jul 2017
'As if!' New York Times 12 Jul 2017
"___ too shabby!" USA Today 04 Jul 2017
___-for-profit Universal 01 Jun 2017
"Wayne's World" negative Universal 21 May 2017
Word in several commandments Universal 17 May 2017
'-- fair!' Premier Sunday 30 Apr 2017
"Just the opposite!" USA Today 10 Apr 2017
Word before "now" or "guilty" Universal 02 Apr 2017
"Only kidding!" USA Today 21 Mar 2017
"___ to mention ..." Universal 26 Feb 2017
'___ to mention ...' The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Jan 2017
"___ in a million years!" Universal 24 Jan 2017
Kidder's cry New York Times 19 Jan 2017
"Believe it or ___" Universal 04 Jan 2017
"___ in a million years!"
"___ to mention ..."
Kidder's cry
"___ interested"
Sarcastic "Just kidding!"
"Perhaps ___"
"Just kidding!"
"As if!"
"Just the opposite!"
"Wayne's World" negative
Word after "fear" or "have"
"Ask ___ what your country ..."
Word in several commandments
___-for-profit
Word implied on Opposite Day
Forget-me-___
"Believe it or ___"
"___ to mention ..."
"Tricked you!" LA Times Daily 22 Dec 2016
"Believe it or ___!" Family Time 11 Dec 2016
"Death Be ___ Proud" Universal 02 Dec 2016
"__ again!" LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2016
Undoing word Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2016
Forget-me-___ USA Today 30 Oct 2016
Certain logic gate New York Times 28 Oct 2016
Essence of many contractions Newsday 28 Oct 2016
"___ so fast!" Universal 25 Oct 2016
'Just kidding!' Wall Street Journal 25 Oct 2016
Expression of refusal to name revolutionary The Times Cryptic 17 Oct 2016
__ half bad Newsday 16 Oct 2016
"___ to worry" Universal 11 Oct 2016
Word in most Commandments LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2016
'Do ___ disturb' (motel sign) New York Times 26 Sep 2016
Commandment adverb Newsday 23 Sep 2016
With 48-Down, mediocre LA Times Daily 19 Sep 2016
"___ to worry" USA Today 17 Sep 2016
Sarcasm clarification New York Times 11 Sep 2016
Part 5 of today's quote Canadiana 05 Sep 2016
'___ on my watch!' The Washington Post 12 Aug 2016
"___ on a bet!" USA Today 11 Aug 2016
Denial Canadiana 08 Aug 2016
Tilde's meaning, in mathematical logic Wall Street Journal 29 Jul 2016
Forget-me- Eugene Sheffer 26 Jul 2016
Ready alternative? USA Today 25 Jun 2016
''What's __ to like?'' Newsday 21 Jun 2016
Dissenter's comment Newsday 18 Jun 2016
Part 2 of today's quote Canadiana 13 Jun 2016
End of Ripley's claim USA Today 04 Jun 2016
''As if!'' Newsday 02 Jun 2016
''Au contraire!'' Newsday 22 Apr 2016
The 'N' of NIMBY The Washington Post 20 Apr 2016
'___ funny' Wall Street Journal 07 Mar 2016
''__ a chance!'' Newsday 01 Mar 2016
"Like it" alternative USA Today 11 Feb 2016
'___ to worry!' The Washington Post 04 Feb 2016
'___ a peep!' The Chronicle of Higher Education 22 Jan 2016
"I'm ___ one to boast . . ." USA Today 17 Jan 2016
Sarcasm clarification
"___ a peep!"
Ready alternative?
End of Ripley's claim
"___ to worry"
"___ on a bet!"
"Like it" alternative
"I'm ___ one to boast . . ."
"Do ___ disturb" (motel sign)
Certain logic gate
"___ to worry"
"___ so fast!"
"Death Be ___ Proud"
Word in most Commandments
With 48-Down, mediocre
"Tricked you!"
"Fat chance!" USA Today 28 Dec 2015
''__ cool'' Newsday 19 Dec 2015
Undoing adverb Wall Street Journal 17 Nov 2015
'Believe It or ___!' New York Times 09 Nov 2015
Commandments word Newsday 01 Nov 2015
'What's — to love?' Eugene Sheffer 26 Oct 2015
'— cool!' Premier Sunday 25 Oct 2015
''I should think __'' Newsday 23 Oct 2015
'As if!' Eugene Sheffer 22 Oct 2015
Petal plucker's word LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2015
"That's ___ my problem" USA Today 14 Oct 2015
'... or to be' Eugene Sheffer 27 Aug 2015
"___ so fast!" USA Today 25 Aug 2015
"That's ___ my problem" Universal 25 Jul 2015
"__ so fast!" LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2015
Part of NIMBY Newsday 02 Jul 2015
'To be or ...' Eugene Sheffer 18 Jun 2015
''Like it'' alternative Newsday 14 May 2015
'___ cool!' New York Times 01 May 2015
Later New York Times 19 Apr 2015
"To be or ___ to be" Family Time 22 Mar 2015
"... ___ what your country can do ..." Universal 20 Feb 2015
End of Ripley's dare USA Today 17 Feb 2015
With 61-Down, what 'dis' is? New York Times 10 Feb 2015
"___ so fast!" Family Time 09 Feb 2015
"___ to mention . . ." USA Today 30 Jan 2015
"She loves me ___" Universal 25 Jan 2015
"Like it" alternative Universal 23 Jan 2015
Forget-me-___ Jonesin 15 Jan 2015
It often precedes ''half bad'' Newsday 09 Jan 2015
"Fat chance!" LA Times Daily 05 Jan 2015
"Just joking!"
Hardly
End of some sarcastic sentences
National Do ___ Call Registry
Undoing word
Undoing adverb
Tilde's meaning in symbolic logic
'-- cool!'
"Believe It or ___!"
"___ cool!"
With 61-Down, what "dis" is?
"Like it" alternative
Oft-contracted word
"I should think __"
"Believe it or __ . . ."
End of Ripley's dare
"___ to mention . . ."
"___ so fast!"
"That's ___ my problem"
NSFW part
"So let us __ talk falsely now, the hour is getting late"
"__ so much"
Part of NIMBY
It often precedes "half bad"
Commandments word
"__ cool"
"That's ___ my problem"
"She loves me ___"
"Like it" alternative
"... ___ what your country can do ..."
Buddy Holly "___ Fade Away"
Gloria Estefan "I'm ___ Giving You Up"
"What's __ to like?"
Petal plucker's word
"__ so fast!"
"Fat chance!"
"I'm kidding!"
Excluding
Commandment word
Search word
Oft-contracted word
Word in several Commandments
"Wayne's World" zinger
"To be or ___ to be"
"I'm ___ Rappaport"
"I should think ___!"
"___ on your life!"
Word of sarcastic revocation
"... just kidding!"
"Ripley's Believe It or ___!"
Commandment word
"Ready or ___!"
Boolean search word
Negative word
"I really like your sweater... ___!"
Forget-me-__
"___ Sleeping Around" Ned's Atomic Dustbin
"This Is ___" Blonde Redhead
Commandment word
Sarcasm clarifier
"(That's it,) p(al, you've lo)s(t) y(our) ch(ance to watch anything tonight)!"
"Just kidding!"
"I should say __!"
Black Kids "I'm ___ Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You"
"Fat chance!"
Word in several Commandments
What "un-" means
"__ funny!"
"__ a chance!"
"Just kidding!"
"What's ___ to like?"
"Hardly!"
Commandment word
"Kidding!"
"Hardly!"
"Ready" alternative
"__ likely!"
"__ too shabby!"
"___ bad!"
"___ to mention ..."
'-- so much'
"A love for real, ___ fade away"
Stones 1st U.S. hit "___ Fade Away"
"We are ___ amused"
"___ if I can help it!"
Word that's often contracted
"I think ___!"
"She loves me, she loves me ___"
"___ to worry!"
Word that's often contracted
Pessimist's word
Negatory word
Word whose middle letter is often replaced by an apostrophe
Part of a famous soliloquy
Chicago "You're ___ Alone"
"___ to worry!"
Alternative to "believe it"
"Fooled you!"
"___ an option"
"__ a problem"
"___ to worry!"
"__ a problem"
"We are __ amused"
"That's ___ funny!"
"Believe it or ___!"
Ready alternative
"Believe It Or ___!"
Forget-me-___
Meaning reverser
Sarcasm clarifier
"We are __ amused"
"__ a problem"
Word in most Commandments
What "-" means in a search query
With 26-Across, none
With 46-Down, a bit below so-so
"Just kidding!"
Word with "waste" and "want"
Word after waste or want
Ready alternative
Wayne's World word used alone or between "We're" and "worthy"
Ready alternative
Hardly
"Only kidding!"
Petal-plucker's word
Opposite indicator
NIMBY part
NIMBY opener
Alternative to ready?
"___ even close"
"That's __ funny!"
"Ready or __ . . ."
"___ a problem"
What "-" means in a Google search
"Ask ___ what your country can do . . ."
Ready alternative
"Psych!"
"Ripley's Believe It or ___!"
Ten Commandments word
See 54 Down
"Knot" homophone
"__ another word!"
With 50-Down, fair
What may come before so much?
"__ a chance!"
"Wayne's World" catchword
"Unlikely!"
"Joking!"
"Au contraire!"
"Forget-me" follower
Part of Nimby
Boolean-logic word
"Ready or ___ ..."
Part of n/a
SAT-taker's pencil
"Joking!"
Statement reverser
'Hardly!'
-- a whit
"Unlikely!"
"__ a chance!"
Believe it or ___
With 48-Across, mediocre
"What's ___ to like?"
'-- funny!'
Common Commandment word
"Wayne's World" exclamation
"She's ___ You" (1962 Elvis Presley hit)
"As if!"
Word after waste and want
"Wayne's World" word
"Just kidding!"
"Wayne's World" retort
"Why __?"
"As if!"
"Fat chance!"
"__ if I can help it!"
"This suit is black ... ___" ("Borat" line)
Key "Wayne's World" word
See 1-Across
"Forget-me" follower
End of Ripley's slogan
With 41-Down, shrunken
Jimmy Dorsey's "___ Mine"
"__ if I can help it!"
"__ even a mouse"
"__ on your life!"
"___ if I can help it!"
Undoing word
Word in most of the Commandments
Word with "waste" and "want"
"I'm kidding!"
"___ this time!"
"___ on my watch!"
"I should say ___!"
"I'm ___ There" (2007 film based on Bob Dylan's life)
"__ to worry!"
Word of denial
". . . or ___ to be"
__ one iota
Antonym creator
"I don't think so!"
"___ an option"
"I don't think so!"
"This is __ a test"
Ready alternative?
Kidder's word
Word with "waste" or "want"
Request, part 3
"___ funny!"
"Just the opposite!"
Part of a famous soliloquy
"Au contraire!" in the 1990s
Word in eight Commandments
Ready alternative?
"___ even!"
"To Have and Have ___"
"___ on my watch!"
"Baloney!"
"This is __ a test"
Part of N.A.
"This suit is ___ black..." (line from "Borat")
Ripley slogan ender
Word in eight commandments
"I'm ___ Rappaport"
Word of denial
Oft-contracted word
"___ on your life!"
Negation indication
Able leader?
Ready alternative
Word in some of the Ten Commandments
"Just kidding!"
"Wayne's World" denial
"__ again!"
"__ again!"
"I'm kidding!"
"Judge ___, ..."
Wayne's word
"Yeah, right!"
"___ too shabby!"
Petal plucker's word
"Believe It or ___!"
"Ripley's Believe It or ___!"
Word with so or interested
Disclaimer word
"__ to worry"
"___ a chance"
"Hardly"
Denier's word
Negative function word
"Wayne's World" catchword
"Just Kidding," in Wayne's World
"It's ___ Unusual"
"Wayne's World" catchword
"___ if I can help it!"
"___ in a million years!"
Negative word
Wayne Campbell's shout
National Do __ Call Registry
"Batteries __ included"
Frequent Ten Commandments word
"Only kidding!"
"It's __ for Me to Say": Mathis hit
"I'm __ one to boast ..."
Ready or ___...
"Only kidding!"
"It's __ for Me to Say": Mathis hit
"I'm __ one to boast ..."
Oft-contracted word
"___ likely!"
Part of NIMBY
-- -for-profit
Word in an expression of denial
"Just kidding!"
"Just kidding," in the 90's
"Just kidding!"
Word in most of the Ten Commandments
"__ a chance!"
"Death, be ___ proud..."
"It's just __ in the cards"
"That's __ funny!"
"Wayne's World" denial
Boolean operator
Word in some commandments
Part of DNR
"___ so!"
"I should say ___!"
"That's __ funny!"
"Wayne's World" denial
Ready alternative
Negating word
'Like it or --'
'-- too shabby!'
Word in a famous soliloquy
Petal plucker's word
"Fooled you!"
"___ a chance!"
Logic circuit element
Opposite indicator
Part of NIMBY
"__ a chance!"
"Death Be ___ Proud"
"Hardly!"
"I'm ___ Rappaport"
Touch-me-___ (flower)
Word in most commandments
"It's just __ in the cards"
Word with waste and want
Have-___ (poor person)
"Wayne's World" negative
"What's __ to like?"
Ready alternative
Postpositive negative
Whether or ___
"Baloney!"
"It's ___ for Me to Say" (Johnny Mathis)
Shalt follower
"Kidding!"
"___ Gon' Cry" (1996 Mary J. Blige hit)
Word in most of the Commandments
With 30-Down, zero
End of Ripley's slogan
"What's __ to like?"
"Wayne's World" negative
See 62-Down
Teen's denial
'I think --!'
'As if!'
"___ with a bang...": Eliot
"I should think ___!"
"Yeah, right!"
Boolean operator
Chris of "Sex and the City"
Word in most of the ten commandments
"Just the opposite!"
Part of NIMBY
"Do ___ disturb"
Word in many commandments
Petal plucker's word
"Just kidding!"
Ready alternative?
Word in most Commandments
Expressing negation
"...she loves me ___"
Commandment adverb
Wayne's word
Word of denial
"Hardly!"
"___ so fast!"
"___ Without My Daughter" (1991 Sally Field drama)
"She loves me __"
Word in most Commandments
'I kid you --'
"I'm ___ in Love" (1975 hit)
Fear ___
Word in a denial
"___ in a million years!"
One-word refrain from "Wayne's World"
Commandment word
"Wayne's World" word
Adverb of refusal
"__ As a Stranger"
"Say ___ the struggle . . ."
Just kidding!
"__ so fast!"
"I'm Chevy Chase and you're ___"
"It's __ for Me to Say"
"...___ what your country can do..."
"It's _____ For Me to Say" (Johnny Mathis)
"___ now!"
Word in a prohibition
"Uh-uh!"
End of Ripley's claim
"Wayne's World" word
Satiric riposte
Frequently contracted word
"_____ in a million years!"
"I think _____!"
Meaning-inverting particle
"___ in a million years!"
Ready alternative?
Petal-plucker's word
Slangy "Hardly!"
"Hardly!"
Postpositive interjection
"It's __ Unusual"
Middle of the quip
"___ likely!"
Common particle
"___ now!"
"___ if I can help it!"
"What's ___ to like?"
"Wayne's World" comeback
"To be or ___ to be"
Commandment word
Fooled you!
"I'm kidding!"
"I'm kidding!", in "Wayne's World"
Slangy "Au contraire!"
Word in many commandments
"_____ if I can help it"
"To be or ___ to be"
Denying
"Wayne's World" word
Negater's word
"I'm _____ Rappaport"
Negative
"___ again!"
"___ again!"
"Ask ___ what your country..."
"___ true!"
Knot homophone
"___ to worry"
"_____ to worry"
Meaning-reversing particle
Word in many commandments
"She loves me _____"
"I think _____"
"___ to worry!"
___ too shabby
Thou shalt ___ kill.
Inexistent
..Oh bury me ___ . . ...
Wayne's word
Last word for Ripley
"I'm __ Rappaport"
Petal-plucker word
Petal-plucker's word
"That's ___ my problem"
Teen's denial
Oh bury me ____ . . .
Au contraire
". . . she loves me ____"
"Do _____ Disturb"
"Wayne's World" word
"___ a chance!"
"___ to worry"
"Like it" alternative
Negative adverb
"___ too shabby"
Word in eight Commandments
"I am ___ a crook"
"Wayne's World" cry
"___ by a long shot!": no way
____ As A Stranger
Word in a petal-plucker's phrase
"I'm kidding!", '90s-style
"Forget it!"
"She loves me ___"
Bit of reverse English?
_____ -for-profit
"Wayne's World" word
Negative word
Negative response
Just kidding!
Believe it or ____
Sondheim's "___ While I'm Around"
Wayne's World interjection
Wayne's World negative
____ as a Stranger
____ of This Earth
____ for sale
Negater's word
In no way
"Wayne's World" word
Satiric riposte
Au contraire, in slang
Often-contracted word
Pessimist's word
"_____ on your life!"
"Wayne's World" interjection
"She loves me _____"
What add-on
Wayne's word
Nullifier
"_____ a chance!"
Contrary indication
"Wayne's World" exclamation
_____ to mention
"I'm ___ Rappaport," 1986 Tony winner
"We are ___ amused"
"Tell it ___ in Gath"
Decalogue adverb
Finisher in "Wayne's World"
Word after 12 Down
Commandment adverb
"We are ___ amused": Victoria
"I am ___ a crook": Nixon
"___ guilty!"
Carter's "Why ___ the Best?"
"___ that I loved Caesar less . . . ": Brutus
Homophone for knot
Gershwin's "But ___ for Me"
"___ that I loved Caesar less . . . ": Shak.
"Do ___ disturb"
Common negative
Negative word
___ a little (quite a bit)
___ half bad
To no degree
Frost's "The Road ___ Taken"
Do ___ Pass (road sign)
"Swear ___ by the moon": Juliet
"O! swear ___ by the moon": Juliet
"The End Is ___ Yet"
Part of a jury verdict
"___ as a Stranger": Thompson
"Thou shalt ___ . . . "
"To Have and Have ___"
"Tell me ___ in mournful numbers . . . "
" . . . ___ live by bread alone"
Stewart's "Touch ___ the Cat"
"___ by bread alone . . . "
"Touch ___ the Cat"
Negative
"Lov'd I ___ honour more"
___ care a rap
"Like it or ___"
"___ as a Stranger"
"___ on a bet!"
"___ a chance!"
"To be or ___ . . . "
___ bad
After waste or want
Paar's "I Kid You ___"
" . . . love, ___ war"
Negation
Common word.
Do ___ open umbrellas indoors.
"___ as a Stranger."
Never.
Nowise.
To no degree.
___ a chance
___ at all.
Negative.
Have-___.
Never
Negative particle.
Denial word.
Like as ___.
Negatively.
"He loves me ___."
___ bad.
"___ for just a day . . . "
"She loves me ___."
"Tell me ___ . . . "
"Be ___ afraid."
Word frequently contracted.
What ___.
"Tell me ___, in mournful numbers . . . "
___ guilty.
And what ___.
Word of negation.
In no degree.
Particle of negation.
Certainly ___!
In no manner.
Touch-me-___.
"Trade ___ aid."
Word in several Commandments.
"___ As a Stranger."
Particle expressing negation.
___ so good.
___ so bad.
Do ___ disturb.
Commandment word.
Writer: Abbr.
Word of prohibition.
Fourth word of Hamlet's soliloquy.
Word of refusal.
Negation.
"Do ___ disturb."
Word of denial.
Word in the Commandments.
Nullifying adverbial particle.
Back: Comb. form.
The back: Comb. form.
Ne pas.
"The rules of ___ too much."—Milton.
"The rule of ___ too much."—Milton.
"___ that one ... that one!"
Fifth word of Slick Rick's "Children's Story"
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