Word "NOUN" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a content word that can be used to refer to a person, place, thing, quality, or action

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the word class that can serve as the subject or object of a verb, the object of a preposition, or in apposition

Crossword Clues for NOUN

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Clue Source Date
Content word for person, place or thing Irish Times Simplex 18 Jun 2022
Adjective follower, often Premier Sunday 05 Jun 2022
Naming word The Times Concise 23 May 2022
Person, place or thing USA Today 09 May 2022
Plural word, e.g Wall Street Journal 07 May 2022
Subject, usually Eugene Sheffer 20 Apr 2022
Person, place or thing, in grammar The Washington Post 11 Apr 2022
Person, place or thing, in grammar LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2022
A verb often follows it Premier Sunday 10 Apr 2022
Adjective follower, often Newsday 06 Apr 2022
''Thyme'' or ''basil'' Newsday 30 Mar 2022
A person, place or thing in a sentence Irish Times Simplex 24 Mar 2022
Subject, usually Eugene Sheffer 21 Mar 2022
Subject, usually Eugene Sheffer 14 Mar 2022
Word that can be pluralized Newsday 01 Mar 2022
Part of speech of the word 'crossword' USA Today 15 Feb 2022
Any thing Universal 27 Jan 2022
An adjective modifies one USA Today 15 Jan 2022
"Crossword," e.g., grammatically Universal 14 Jan 2022
Identifying word The Times Concise 31 Dec 2021
Proper __ LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2021
New York is a proper one Universal 09 Dec 2021
Lamp, e.g.; light, only sometimes LA Times Daily 02 Dec 2021
Part of speech Canadiana 08 Nov 2021
Adjective, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 07 Nov 2021
What an adjective modifies USA Today 29 Oct 2021
It could be abstract or proper Wall Street Journal 28 Oct 2021
Either word in the clue "Sentence component" Universal 22 Oct 2021
Person, place or thing USA Today 15 Oct 2021
"Grammar" is a common one Universal 15 Oct 2021
Dear, sir or madam, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 26 Sep 2021
''Adverb'' or ''adjective'' Newsday 19 Sep 2021
Ride or die, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 15 Aug 2021
This answer, e.g Wall Street Journal 05 Aug 2021
Woman or man Newsday 09 Jul 2021
One may be proper Universal 30 May 2021
This answer's part of speech Universal 24 May 2021
Student in English class? LA Times Daily 16 May 2021
Student in English class? The Washington Post 16 May 2021
Person, place, or thing Newsday 04 May 2021
Math or science, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 18 Apr 2021
Major or minor, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 04 Apr 2021
It's always something Newsday 02 Apr 2021
Word that might be 'proper' New York Times 29 Mar 2021
Pluralizable word Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2021
What an article may come with? New York Times 14 Feb 2021
Subject, usually Eugene Sheffer 01 Feb 2021
Part of a proper sentence Family Time 31 Jan 2021
Mad Libs request Universal 28 Jan 2021
Friend or foe New York Times 08 Jan 2021
Person, place, or thing, in grammar Jonesin 05 Jan 2021
Verb go-with Premier Sunday 27 Dec 2020
Person, place or thing Thomas Joseph 22 Dec 2020
Important part of a sentence Family Time 06 Dec 2020
Word for a thing The Telegraph Quick 04 Dec 2020
Feast or famine New York Times 07 Nov 2020
Kind of word The Telegraph Quick 23 Oct 2020
Subject of a sentence, often USA Today 16 Oct 2020
Any thing Newsday 09 Oct 2020
Part of speech of 'verb,' ironically USA Today 19 Sep 2020
“Verb” is one, strangely Wall Street Journal 01 Sep 2020
Heads or tails Newsday 28 Aug 2020
Word that can usually be pluralized Newsday 23 Aug 2020
Verb preceder New York Times 09 Aug 2020
Part of speech after "the," often LA Times Daily 03 Aug 2020
Part of speech after 'the,' often The Washington Post 03 Aug 2020
Adjective target Wall Street Journal 30 Jul 2020
Sentence subject, often USA Today 22 Jul 2020
Basic part of speech USA Today 10 Jul 2020
Follower of 'the,' often New York Times 10 Jun 2020
Proper ___ USA Today 07 Jun 2020
An adjective modifies one USA Today 03 Jun 2020
Word that’s an example of itself Wall Street Journal 02 Jun 2020
Content word for person, place or thing Irish Times Simplex 28 May 2020
Part of speech Newsday 05 Apr 2020
Sentence subject, usually Wall Street Journal 01 Apr 2020
You name it New York Times 13 Mar 2020
Apples or oranges Newsday 08 Mar 2020
One may be common LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2020
One may be common The Washington Post 01 Mar 2020
Grammar, in grammar LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2020
Grammar, in grammar The Washington Post 05 Feb 2020
Part of speech of 'part' and 'speech' USA Today 29 Dec 2019
What you may call it New York Times 25 Dec 2019
What you may call it
Pluralizable word Premier Sunday 22 Dec 2019
What an adjective modifies Wall Street Journal 16 Dec 2019
Person, place or thing Premier Sunday 15 Dec 2019
Day or night Newsday 12 Dec 2019
Grammatical subject Jonesin 03 Dec 2019
Any thing, say The Washington Post 03 Dec 2019
Any thing, say LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2019
Sister to hold over something in speech? The Sun Two Speed 03 Dec 2019
Part of speech The Sun Two Speed 03 Dec 2019
Mad Libs prompt New York Times 26 Nov 2019
Mad Libs prompt
Common subject of an English paper? The Washington Post Sunday 24 Nov 2019
Proper ___ Universal 20 Nov 2019
Naming word The Times Concise 02 Nov 2019
It's always something New York Times 20 Oct 2019
It's always something
One might be proper Wall Street Journal 01 Oct 2019
Parsing choice Wall Street Journal 14 Sep 2019
Sentence VIP Family Time 09 Sep 2019
''Common'' part of speech Newsday 21 Aug 2019
Adjective follower Universal 04 Aug 2019
"Subject" or "object," at times Universal 13 Jul 2019
What an adjective modifies Newsday 10 Jul 2019
Rock, paper or scissors Universal 23 Jun 2019
Person, place or thing Newsday 10 Jun 2019
Person or thing, e.g USA Today 11 May 2019
When it's proper it's capitalized Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2019
An adjective may modify one Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2019
n., in a dictionary Universal 19 Feb 2019
What you may call it? New York Times 07 Feb 2019
It might not be proper LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2019
It might not be proper The Washington Post 18 Jan 2019
An adjective may modify one
Parsing choice
Adjective follower
Adjective target
One might be proper
n., in a dictionary
Rock, paper or scissors
Proper or common thing
When it's proper it's capitalized
Sentence subject, often
What you may call it?
Person or thing, e.g.
Sentence subject, usually
"Subject" or "object," at times
It might not be proper
Rhyme or reason, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 16 Dec 2018
Common or proper word USA Today 02 Dec 2018
Boom or bust, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 11 Nov 2018
''Tea'' or ''coffee'' Newsday 08 Nov 2018
Car, truck or bike LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2018
Car, truck or bike The Washington Post 28 Oct 2018
Sentence part Universal 26 Oct 2018
Gerund, e.g USA Today 12 Oct 2018
It may be proper LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2018
It may be proper The Washington Post 11 Oct 2018
Grammar, grammatically, e.g The Washington Post 24 Sep 2018
Grammar, grammatically, e.g LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2018
Cash or credit, e.g The Washington Post 23 Sep 2018
Cash or credit, e.g LA Times Daily 23 Sep 2018
Person, grammatically USA Today 05 Sep 2018
Something drawn when landing on a yellow square in Pictionary New York Times 09 Aug 2018
Soup or salad LA Times Daily 04 Jul 2018
Soup or salad The Washington Post 04 Jul 2018
Soup or salad, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 01 Jul 2018
Content word for person, place, thing etc Irish Times Simplex 30 Jun 2018
Gerund, e.g Wall Street Journal 30 May 2018
Person, place or thing New York Times 14 May 2018
Subject or direct object, e.g USA Today 08 May 2018
Word for a thing Newsday 26 Apr 2018
Pluralizable thing New York Times 11 Apr 2018
'Interjection' or 'conjunction' USA Today 06 Apr 2018
Gerund, e.g Premier Sunday 01 Apr 2018
Truth or consequences, e.g LA Times Daily 03 Feb 2018
Truth or consequences, e.g The Washington Post 03 Feb 2018
What an adjective modifies New York Times 03 Jan 2018
Person, grammatically
Gerund, e.g.
Person, place or thing
Pluralizable thing
Something drawn when landing on a yellow square in Pictionary
What an adjective modifies
Cash or credit, e.g.
Car, truck or bike
Grammar, grammatically, e.g.
It may be proper
Soup or salad
Truth or consequences, e.g.
Sentence part
Common or proper word
Gerund, e.g.
Subject or direct object, e.g.
Sentence structure element LA Times Daily 20 Dec 2017
Sentence structure element The Washington Post 20 Dec 2017
This answer, for one Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2017
Subject, usually Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2017
Verb or adjective, say, as part of speech The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Nov 2017
Certain part of speech Premier Sunday 29 Oct 2017
Sentence subject, usually LA Times Daily 10 Oct 2017
Sentence subject, usually The Washington Post 10 Oct 2017
Double or nothing, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 03 Sep 2017
Part of speech showing lack of global organisation The Telegraph Cryptic 18 Jun 2017
Direct object, e.g Premier Sunday 21 May 2017
Nothing, for instance Newsday 07 May 2017
I of "I am here," e.g Universal 19 Apr 2017
Part of speech The Guardian Quick 25 Mar 2017
Grammar class subject Universal 22 Feb 2017
Part of a sentence Family Time 20 Feb 2017
Sentence subject, as a rule LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2017
Part of a sentence Universal 03 Jan 2017
Part of a sentence
I of "I am here," e.g.
Grammar class subject
Sentence subject, usually
Sentence subject, as a rule
Sentence structure element
Grammatical substantive Newsday 15 Dec 2016
Person, place or thing Canadiana 21 Nov 2016
Word classification Canadiana 14 Nov 2016
Heads or tails, e.g Family Time 24 Oct 2016
Proper or common word USA Today 09 Oct 2016
It can be proper or common The Washington Post 04 Oct 2016
It may be proper in a sentence Universal 01 Oct 2016
Sentence necessity Universal 15 Jul 2016
"Common" or "proper" word USA Today 13 Jul 2016
Object of a preposition, generally Wall Street Journal 24 May 2016
Word of love harboured by religious woman The Telegraph Cryptic 13 May 2016
Person, place or thing Universal 06 May 2016
Direct object, e.g Universal 26 Apr 2016
Preposition's object, usually Wall Street Journal 05 Apr 2016
Part of speech Eugene Sheffer 21 Mar 2016
Object of a preposition, usually Wall Street Journal 01 Mar 2016
Sentence subject, usually Thomas Joseph 25 Feb 2016
Word that's an example of itself The Washington Post 21 Feb 2016
One may be proper and concrete The Chronicle of Higher Education 29 Jan 2016
Proper or common word
One may be proper and concrete
It may be proper in a sentence
Sentence necessity
"Common" or "proper" word
Truth or dare, e.g.
It can be collective or common The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Dec 2015
Rock, paper or scissors New York Times 08 Nov 2015
Word that can be common New York Times 31 Oct 2015
''All'' or ''nothing'' Newsday 11 Oct 2015
Follower of 'a' or 'the,' often New York Times 14 Sep 2015
Sometimes it's proper Universal 14 Aug 2015
Doohickey or whatchamacallit, e.g LA Times Daily 05 Aug 2015
It may be proper Universal 28 Jul 2015
Direct object, generally Wall Street Journal 03 Jul 2015
What 'n.' means in a dictionary New York Times 22 Jun 2015
King or queen, e.g LA Times Daily 14 Jun 2015
An example of itself New York Times 31 May 2015
One might appear next to an article New York Times 03 May 2015
Sentence part Family Time 03 May 2015
Any thing LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2015
Subject matter? Universal 12 Mar 2015
Word class Canadiana 23 Feb 2015
Sometimes it's proper
"Schoolhouse Rock!" song subject
It can be collective or common
Any thing
King or queen, e.g.
"All" or "nothing"
Person, place, or thing
Doohickey or whatchamacallit, e.g.
Schoolhouse Rock "A ___ Is a Person, Place or Thing"
Schoolhouse Rock song subject
"Brave as a ___" Andrew Jackson Jihad
"Brave As a ___" Andrew Jackson Jihad
Word that can be common
What "n." means in a dictionary
Rock, paper or scissors
One might appear next to an article
Follower of "a" or "the," often
An example of itself
It may be proper
Subject matter?
Direct object, generally
Person, place or thing
A follower?
Mad Libs label
What an article may refer to
Coffee, tea, or milk
What a thing is
Verb subject
Adjective accompanier
Verb, for one
Person, place or thing
Trick or treat, e.g.
Part of speech
Ball or strike, e.g.
War or peace, say
Soup or salad, grammatically
Common or proper word
Person in a sentence, say
Basic part of speech
Proper word, at times
Sentence subject, as a rule
It's often modified
Pluralizable word
"Common" word
You name it
Verb or adjective, e.g.
Person in a sentence, say
Lock, stock, or barrel
Grammarian's concern
Roulette, for one
What Andrew Jackson Jihad is "Brave As"
Subject, usually
It can be proper or common
Subject of a sentence, typically
Soup or salad
Part of a sentence
Subject of a sentence, typically
It may be abstract or concrete
Grammar class subject
Bill or gates, e.g.
Person or thing
Schoolhouse Rock "A ___ is a Person, Place, or Thing"
Common thing in a sentence
Any thing
Whatchamacallit?
Trick or treat, e.g.
Mad Libs specification
Adjective follower
Thing in grammar class
Word that is an example of itself
Sentence element
Bill or gates, e.g.
Grammar class subject
It may be abstract or concrete
Sentence subject, usually
Term in a grammar textbook
Pen or pencil, e.g.
Sink or swim, perhaps
Animal, vegetable or mineral
Verb go-with
Common thing in a sentence?
Proper thing?
Person, place, or thing
Grammar subject
Person or thing
Person, place or thing
Morning or evening, e.g.
Sink or swim, e.g.
Subject, usually
Animal, vegetable or mineral
Sink or swim, perhaps
Bell, book, or candle
Proper --
It may be proper
Morning or evening, e.g.
"Mad Libs" request
Pen or pencil, e.g.
Basic speech part
Proper word
What an adjective modifies
Speech part
Animal, vegetable, or mineral
Basic speech part
Verb go-with
What every thing is
Pencil, pen, or quill
Gerund, for example
Heads or tails, e.g.
Heads or tails, e.g.
Pencil, pen, or quill
Subject of a sentence
It may be proper
"Adjective" or "adverb," e.g.
"Heads" or "tails," e.g.
Adjective follower, often
Adjective follower
Person, place or thing
Tiger or woods, e.g.
Lions or tigers or bears
You name it
Lions or tigers or bears
Person, place or thing
Verb go-with
It may be declined
This answer is one
Cat, dog, boy or fish, e.g.
It may be proper
Word that can be pluralized
Verb accompanier
Adjective follower, often
Any boy or girl could be one
Common subject in English class
Sentence part
"Verb" or "adjective"
It may exhibit gender
Sentence part
Truth or consequences
Truth or consequences
It may be common
It's common in grammar class
It's not always proper
Parser's concern
Thing, in English class
Adjective or adverb, e.g.
Sentence part
Verb, for one
What an adjective modifies
Object, e.g.
Part of speech
Adjective follower
Gerund, e.g.
It may be proper
Gerund, e.g.
Grammar class topic
It may be subject to modification
Feast or famine
Judge, at times
Subject of a sentence, often
Feast or famine
Judge, at times
"Soup" or "salad"
Proper name, for example
Trick or treat, for example
Lion or tiger or bear, e.g.
Person in an English class?
"Verb," e.g.
It can be common in grammar class
It can be common in grammar class
Common subject?
It might be proper
Word that's an example of itself
Verb preceder, usually
Proper ___
Subject, usually
"Proper" thing in English class
One is often followed by a verb
"Proper" thing in English class
Word that's an example of itself
Something in writing?
Part of speech
Parsing choice
Person, place or thing, in grammar
Paper or plastic, e.g.
Person, place or thing, in grammar
Subject, usually
Sentence subject, often
Paper or plastic, e.g.
Article follower, often
Man or mouse, e.g.
Person or thing
"Tiger" or "dragon," e.g.
Parser's part
Mouse or squirrel
A name is one
"Cat" or "dog"
What a thing is
Subject, usually
Something in writing?
Mad Libs request
Common subject in English class
A type of one ends 17-, 37- and 62-Across
It may be proper
It may be subject to modification
Part of speech
Life or death, e.g.
It may be modified
Parser's part
Subject or object
It can be proper
It's often proper
Verb preceder
Important part of the subject?
Thing, e.g.
Word that's an example of itself
Lion or tiger or bear, e.g.
It can be proper or common
Adjective follower, often
Subject word
Common subject in English class
A type of one ends 17-, 37- and 62-Across
Rock, scissors, or paper
Paper or plastic, e.g.
Mad Libs fill-in
Common word?
English 101 topic
Person, place, or thing
Thing in grammar class
Self-identifying word
Hook, line or sinker
Sentence element
It may be common
Verb subject
Cat or dog, for example
"Clergy" is a collective one
Friend or foe, e.g.
It can be proper
It can be proper
Collective or common thing
Friend or foe, e.g.
It may be common
Sentence element
Win, place, or show
It may be common
Verb preceder
Subject, often
What every thing is
Proper word, at times
It's subject to modification
"Sailor" or "saint"
What an adjective modifies
Person, place, or thing
Any thing
Subject matter
"Truth" or "consequences," e.g.
"Clergy" is a collective one
Proper name, say
It may be common
It's not always proper
Lion or tiger or bear
It might be proper
"Common" thing
Proper name, say
"Clergy" is a collective one
It may be abstract
Subject word
Subject, usually
Word before a verb, maybe
"Verb," for one
Substantive
Subject matter?
Part of speech
Gerund, e.g.
Person or place or thing
Mad Libs category
Sentence subject, usually
Cat or dog, e.g.
It may be subject to modification
Common thing?
Part of speech
Verb, for example
Subject of a sentence
Person, place, or thing
Coffee or tea, e.g.
It can represent a person or a state
Verb, for one
Proper word?
"Person," "place" or "thing," e.g.
What "-ence" forms
Speech part
It could be proper
Something in writing?
Word that is an example of itself
Sentence subject, often
"Trick" or "treat", perhaps
One may be proper
Sentence subject, often
Person place or thing grammatically
Common thing in a sentence?
It can represent a person or a place
Sentence subject
Word that's an example of itself
Common thing
"Balkanization," "Parliamentarian," or "Clintonista"
Sometimes it's proper, sometimes it's not
Verb preceder, at times
Sentence's subject, often
Proper name
Person, place, or thing, in grammar
It may be collective or common
Verb's subject
Basic speech part
Verb, for example
Person, place or thing
You name it
Person place or thing
Coffee or tea e.g.
Sentence necessity
Sentence starter
Sentence's subject, often
Table or chair e.g.
Friend or foe, e.g.
"Fish" or "fowl"
It may be common or proper
What "-ence" forms
It may be common
Proper choice
Sentence subject
Name word
Word ending in "o" in Esperanto
Common thing?
61-Across, for example
Piano or drum
Possible subject
Praser's concern
Barn or silo, for example
It stands for something
Subject usually
Sentence subject
Example, for example
Grammatical subject
Part of speech
Common or proper word
Speech part
Substantive
Speech or part of speech
It is sometimes proper
Mad Libs choice
Cat or mouse, e.g.
Parsing word
This may be a subject
This may be proper
Grammar item
Verb's object, usually
Word that may be parsed
"America" is a proper one
Midnight or dawn, e.g.
Proper word, sometimes
Proper word, at times
Noon is one
Part of speech
Word sometimes in apposition
It's common or proper
Spring, sometimes
It may be collective
Subject, often
Certain word
It may be common or proper
Common or proper
Component of a subject
Grammatical component
Proper or common word
Word form
Proper or improper word
Part of speech.
Grammatical term.
Substantive.
54 Down, for one.
House or home.
Type of word.
Word of a kind.
Gerund.
Collective word.
Term in grammar.
Proper ___.
Sentence component.
Parsing word.
Word.
1 Across, for one.
Common or proper ___.
Any of a class of words.
Grammatical thing.
It's common or proper.
Place or thing.
Subject of a sentence.
Street, for instance.
Part of a sentence.
It's proper or common.
Proper word
Hollywood or bust, e.g.
Subject, usually
Gerund, always
First word, perhaps
Fight or flight, e.g.
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