Word "OPEN" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
(of textures) full of small openings or gaps
Synonyms:
loose
Examples:
an open texture

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
not defended or capable of being defended
Synonyms:
assailable, undefendable, undefended
Examples:
an open city
open to attack

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
possibly accepting or permitting
Synonyms:
capable, subject
Examples:
open to interpretation
an issue open to question

Crossword Clues for OPEN

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Clue Source Date
Play before the headlining band Universal 19 Jan 2022
Old writer accessible to all The Times Cryptic 10 Jan 2022
Uncovered New York Times 07 Jan 2022
Unguarded ring, enclosure The Times Cryptic 06 Jan 2022
Old writer is generally accessible The Guardian Cryptic 03 Jan 2022
Frank Eugene Sheffer 01 Jan 2022
Not closed or secret Irish Times Simplex 31 Dec 2021
Accessible; frank The Times Concise 27 Dec 2021
Ready for business Thomas Joseph 27 Dec 2021
Ready for customers USA Today 14 Dec 2021
Frank is ready to meet customers Irish Times Crosaire 08 Dec 2021
Welcoming The Telegraph Quick 08 Dec 2021
Straightforward or ready for customers Family Time 06 Dec 2021
Frank adaptation? Nope! Irish Times Crosaire 01 Dec 2021
17 across, composer appearing in month — where reason for being late remains unknown? The Guardian Cryptic 30 Nov 2021
Old writer not afraid to call a spade a spade Irish Times Crosaire 27 Nov 2021
Frank Eugene Sheffer 24 Nov 2021
Ready for business Thomas Joseph 10 Nov 2021
Calendar slot status Universal 03 Nov 2021
Store sign Eugene Sheffer 29 Oct 2021
Unwrap Newsday 25 Oct 2021
Willing to listen (to) LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2021
Opposite of closed USA Today 20 Oct 2021
Word before "house" or "bar" Universal 18 Oct 2021
In basketball, unguarded Family Time 18 Oct 2021
Shop sign The Guardian Quick 15 Oct 2021
Not closed or secret Irish Times Simplex 13 Oct 2021
Not closed or secret Irish Times Simplex 06 Oct 2021
Perform before a headlining band USA Today 06 Oct 2021
Tournament type Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2021
Unwrap, as a gift Newsday 27 Sep 2021
Unseal USA Today 24 Sep 2021
Candid Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2021
'I'm an ___ book!' USA Today 20 Sep 2021
'___ Water' (Caleb Azumah Nelson book) USA Today 10 Sep 2021
Ready for business Thomas Joseph 04 Sep 2021
Opposite of closed USA Today 28 Aug 2021
The competition allows both professional and amateur competitors Irish Times Simplex 26 Aug 2021
Store sign Thomas Joseph 18 Aug 2021
Accepting customers Universal 16 Aug 2021
Ready for customers Eugene Sheffer 29 Jul 2021
Ready for business Thomas Joseph 26 Jul 2021
Nonexclusive USA Today 24 Jul 2021
Dentist's request USA Today 23 Jul 2021
Start (with) New York Times 22 Jul 2021
Unwrap Newsday 19 Jul 2021
Unwrap Newsday 13 Jul 2021
Ready for customers Thomas Joseph 10 Jul 2021
Not closed or secret Irish Times Simplex 09 Jul 2021
Not ___ to the general public USA Today 07 Jul 2021
Start the betting Newsday 04 Jul 2021
Allowing access Irish Times Simplex 02 Jul 2021
Allowing access The Times Concise 01 Jul 2021
Ready for business New York Times 27 Jun 2021
Not taken The Washington Post 26 Jun 2021
Not taken LA Times Daily 26 Jun 2021
Like an unresolved question Universal 22 Jun 2021
Word with secret or source New York Times 12 Jun 2021
Still to be filled Newsday 11 Jun 2021
Like Denny's, at all hours Universal 11 Jun 2021
Ready for customers Universal 04 Jun 2021
Like some nonmonogamous relationships USA Today 02 Jun 2021
Begin the betting USA Today 28 May 2021
Tournament type New York Times 27 May 2021
Warm up the crowd Universal 24 May 2021
Like a store on its first day Family Time 23 May 2021
Receptive Universal 20 May 2021
Free-wheeling Newsday 07 May 2021
__ FOR BUSINESS (store door sign) Newsday 04 May 2021
Not closed or secret Irish Times Simplex 03 May 2021
Word before 'arms' or 'mic' USA Today 12 Apr 2021
Free of blockages Family Time 11 Apr 2021
Frank Eugene Sheffer 07 Apr 2021
'___ for a surprise' USA Today 30 Mar 2021
Opposite of 1-Across USA Today 29 Mar 2021
Like 24-hour pharmacies The Washington Post Sunday 21 Mar 2021
Amenable Newsday 21 Mar 2021
Receptive The Washington Post 17 Mar 2021
Receptive LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2021
Ready for business LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2021
Ready for business The Washington Post 09 Mar 2021
Unwrap Newsday 08 Mar 2021
Free duck and swan The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Feb 2021
Option in a File menu Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2021
Impartial to the extremes of opium den Irish Times Crosaire 19 Feb 2021
Shop window sign Newsday 18 Feb 2021
Alone on the football field, say Wall Street Journal 17 Feb 2021
Frank Newsday 12 Feb 2021
Ready for customers Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2021
Unlock Newsday 02 Feb 2021
Make the first bid LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2021
Make the first bid The Washington Post 31 Jan 2021
Welcoming sign The Washington Post 24 Jan 2021
Welcoming sign LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2021
Welcoming customers Newsday 14 Jan 2021
Not shut The Telegraph Quick 12 Jan 2021
Frank Canadiana 04 Jan 2021
Sign in a store window USA Today 04 Jan 2021
Allowing access The Times Concise 01 Jan 2021
Dentist's request Newsday 30 Dec 2020
Store sign Eugene Sheffer 25 Dec 2020
Links event LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2020
Links event The Washington Post 10 Dec 2020
Needing closing Family Time 07 Dec 2020
Not closed Premier Sunday 06 Dec 2020
Ready for customers Eugene Sheffer 05 Dec 2020
Competition for Naomi Osaka USA Today 04 Dec 2020
Welcoming The Washington Post 27 Nov 2020
Welcoming LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2020
13-Across opposite The Washington Post 26 Nov 2020
Dentist's request Universal 26 Nov 2020
13-Across opposite LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2020
Inviting store window sign The Washington Post 18 Nov 2020
Inviting store window sign LA Times Daily 18 Nov 2020
Not yet decided Newsday 12 Nov 2020
The extremes of opium den to be honest Irish Times Crosaire 06 Nov 2020
''__ sesame!'' Newsday 27 Oct 2020
Airy Universal 04 Oct 2020
Precede the headliner Universal 27 Sep 2020
With 52-Across, type of barbecue The Washington Post 26 Sep 2020
With 52-Across, type of barbecue LA Times Daily 26 Sep 2020
Many a tournament New York Times 18 Sep 2020
A jar at the beginning of 11 across Irish Times Crosaire 16 Sep 2020
Start the bidding Thomas Joseph 08 Sep 2020
With nothing blocking the way Family Time 06 Sep 2020
Ready for business Universal 06 Sep 2020
Unseal Newsday 02 Sep 2020
Candid The Telegraph Quick 20 Aug 2020
Ready for business USA Today 19 Aug 2020
___ your purse (pay up) USA Today 18 Aug 2020
Not yet settled Newsday 14 Aug 2020
Quick to share feelings Newsday 13 Aug 2020
The extremes of Newfoundland to Aleppo goes all the way back to be honest Irish Times Crosaire 07 Aug 2020
Sign on a store's door during business hours USA Today 04 Aug 2020
U.S. ___ New York Times 04 Aug 2020
& 16. Real estate showing New York Times 30 Jul 2020
Conducting business The Washington Post 30 Jul 2020
Conducting business LA Times Daily 30 Jul 2020
Prepare to consume, as a novel Universal 30 Jul 2020
Frank; honest The Telegraph Quick 29 Jul 2020
Ready for business Thomas Joseph 23 Jul 2020
Doing business Wall Street Journal 16 Jul 2020
___ to the public Universal 03 Jul 2020
This championship includes both professional and amateur golfers Irish Times Simplex 02 Jul 2020
Fully accessible Newsday 01 Jul 2020
Play before the main act Jonesin 30 Jun 2020
With 67-Across, doctor's order ... and a hint to 40-, 50- and 58-Across LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2020
With 67-Across, doctor's order ... and a hint to 40-, 50- and 58-Across The Washington Post 25 Jun 2020
Instruction from a dentist USA Today 20 Jun 2020
See 7-Down New York Times 19 Jun 2020
A jar with old writer? Irish Times Crosaire 13 Jun 2020
Sporting chance without scratching what the swingers enjoy Irish Times Crosaire 12 Jun 2020
Bid first Newsday 10 Jun 2020
Willing to be convinced Newsday 04 Jun 2020
Uncork, e.g Premier Sunday 31 May 2020
Like a door admitting a draft Family Time 24 May 2020
Like some minds and marriages New York Times 19 May 2020
Tennis tourney designation Newsday 17 May 2020
Not just ajar USA Today 14 May 2020
'___ for takeout' (sign in some restaurants) Jonesin 12 May 2020
Undo; ajar The Telegraph Quick 08 May 2020
Ready for business Newsday 29 Apr 2020
Bid first Family Time 27 Apr 2020
Candid New York Times 22 Apr 2020
Be the first bidder Family Time 13 Apr 2020
Like some primaries Universal 06 Apr 2020
Emotionally unguarded USA Today 27 Mar 2020
Dentist's directive Universal 17 Mar 2020
Doing business at the back of the peloton with drugs synonymous with cyclists in retrospect Irish Times Crosaire 14 Mar 2020
Candid The Sun Two Speed 11 Mar 2020
Frank in golf tournament The Sun Two Speed 11 Mar 2020
Agreeable (to) New York Times 10 Mar 2020
Like some letters USA Today 10 Mar 2020
More than ajar Universal 05 Mar 2020
Ordinary writer is generally accessible The Telegraph Toughie 04 Mar 2020
Partner of 7-Down Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2020
It's ''broken'' in the three longest answers Newsday 27 Feb 2020
Ready for customers USA Today 24 Feb 2020
Keep an ___ mind The Washington Post Sunday 23 Feb 2020
Unlocked USA Today 20 Feb 2020
Contest that includes all comers Irish Times Simplex 03 Feb 2020
Frank Thomas Joseph 01 Feb 2020
Available to the public
Available to the public New York Times 19 Jan 2020
Make the first bet Newsday 24 Dec 2019
Business sign that's flipped in the morning New York Times 23 Dec 2019
Business sign that's flipped in the morning
Not holding back emotions New York Times 21 Dec 2019
Not holding back emotions
___-and-shut USA Today 16 Dec 2019
Go first LA Times Daily 12 Dec 2019
Go first The Washington Post 12 Dec 2019
Accepting business USA Today 29 Nov 2019
Remove bottle caps Family Time 24 Nov 2019
Pop the cork from Newsday 24 Nov 2019
With 2-Down, dentist's request USA Today 23 Nov 2019
Pop the cork from USA Today 19 Nov 2019
Unguarded, as a receiver USA Today 17 Nov 2019
Frank; not closed The Times Concise 15 Nov 2019
Word before "house" or "mind" Universal 15 Nov 2019
"___ mouth, insert foot" Family Time 10 Nov 2019
Start, as an investigation
Start, as an investigation New York Times 23 Oct 2019
Ready for business Family Time 06 Oct 2019
Free love then dash off The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Oct 2019
Start the bidding USA Today 04 Oct 2019
Accepting customers USA Today 30 Sep 2019
Frank Cook? Nope! Irish Times Crosaire 28 Sep 2019
Frank is similar to 21 down Irish Times Crosaire 27 Sep 2019
Diner sign Universal 21 Sep 2019
Old writer is undone Irish Times Crosaire 18 Sep 2019
No salt in polentas? Honest! Irish Times Crosaire 13 Sep 2019
Amenable Jonesin 10 Sep 2019
Frank Christian from container ship Irish Times Crosaire 06 Sep 2019
Unsealed Canadiana 02 Sep 2019
Not buttoned Universal 01 Sep 2019
Bet first The Washington Post 30 Aug 2019
Bet first LA Times Daily 30 Aug 2019
Willing to listen New York Times 29 Aug 2019
"Come in, we're ___" Universal 19 Aug 2019
Sign with the times New York Times 17 Aug 2019
Frank LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2019
Frank The Washington Post 15 Aug 2019
Receptive Newsday 08 Aug 2019
Not shut or secret Irish Times Simplex 02 Aug 2019
Old pound is unfolded The Telegraph Toughie 31 Jul 2019
Candid Newsday 21 Jul 2019
Ready for customers Newsday 16 Jul 2019
Free of obstructions Newsday 12 Jul 2019
Available Newsday 28 Jun 2019
___ mic night Universal 14 Jun 2019
Start the bidding Wall Street Journal 05 Jun 2019
Candid; ajar The Telegraph Quick 05 Jun 2019
Up-front The New Yorker 03 Jun 2019
Admitting customers Newsday 19 May 2019
Inclusive tournament type Universal 15 May 2019
Frank is in part of Copenhagen Irish Times Crosaire 10 May 2019
Store window sign New York Times 30 Apr 2019
Bid first USA Today 21 Apr 2019
Premiere LA Times Daily 04 Apr 2019
Premiere The Washington Post 04 Apr 2019
Nothing to write? That's clear The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Apr 2019
Remove the cork from USA Today 01 Apr 2019
___ secret The Washington Post Sunday 31 Mar 2019
Welcoming sign USA Today 30 Mar 2019
Tourney for all USA Today 14 Mar 2019
Tournament type Jonesin 12 Mar 2019
Taking customers LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2019
Taking customers The Washington Post 08 Mar 2019
Make the first bet USA Today 07 Mar 2019
Receiving customers Newsday 27 Feb 2019
Frank's in Schopenhauer's circle The Sun Two Speed 20 Feb 2019
Not hush-hush New York Times 17 Feb 2019
For all to attend USA Today 17 Feb 2019
Clear The Telegraph Quick 15 Feb 2019
Nor shut or secret Irish Times Simplex 06 Feb 2019
Sign on a store door USA Today 05 Feb 2019
In full bloom Thomas Joseph 17 Jan 2019
With 11-Down, night for amateur comics Universal 08 Jan 2019
Dentist's order Wall Street Journal 05 Jan 2019
Not hush-hush
Tourney for all
Welcoming sign
Dentist's order
___ mic night
With 11-Down, night for amateur comics
Not buttoned
Inclusive tournament type
Ready for customers
Start the bidding
Store window sign
Diner sign
Airy
"Come in, we're ___"
Bet first
Frank
Premiere
Taking customers
Sign on a store door
Willing to listen
Remove the cork from
Ready for business
Sign with the times
Start the bidding
Make the first bet
For all to attend
Accepting customers
'Don't ___ until Christmas' Wall Street Journal 31 Dec 2018
Guileless Newsday 15 Dec 2018
Frank is old writer The Sun Two Speed 15 Dec 2018
Create, as a chair New York Times 06 Dec 2018
Ajar Universal 17 Nov 2018
Request from a dentist New York Times 12 Nov 2018
Willing to listen LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2018
Willing to listen The Washington Post 11 Nov 2018
Frank Wall Street Journal 07 Nov 2018
Welcoming customers Family Time 04 Nov 2018
Doing business The Washington Post 03 Nov 2018
Doing business LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2018
Duck enclosure not bolted The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Nov 2018
Uncork, say LA Times Daily 31 Oct 2018
Uncork, say The Washington Post 31 Oct 2018
Amenable (to) Newsday 30 Oct 2018
Not booked USA Today 28 Oct 2018
Daytime store window sign New York Times 08 Oct 2018
Be the first act USA Today 26 Sep 2018
Overt The Telegraph Quick 22 Sep 2018
Apt to share one's feelings Newsday 21 Sep 2018
Uncork, as a bottle New York Times 17 Sep 2018
Some workshop encapsulated what it means to be accessible to everyone Irish Times Crosaire 17 Sep 2018
Break the seal Universal 13 Sep 2018
Ready for customers Family Time 10 Sep 2018
Selling one's goods Universal 31 Aug 2018
Tournament for all USA Today 09 Aug 2018
Frank in love with writer The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Aug 2018
U-turn from close Family Time 30 Jul 2018
Available for business Family Time 29 Jul 2018
Emotionally frank Universal 26 Jul 2018
Holding no emotions in Universal 23 Jul 2018
Not closed Universal 11 Jul 2018
Door sign Thomas Joseph 11 Jul 2018
Agape Canadiana 02 Jul 2018
Begin a Broadway run USA Today 22 Jun 2018
Start of Ali Baba's command USA Today 14 Jun 2018
Public The Telegraph Quick 14 Jun 2018
Like some relationships New York Times 23 May 2018
Ready for business with all sides today Irish Times Crosaire 19 May 2018
Still unfilled, as a position The Washington Post 15 May 2018
Still unfilled, as a position LA Times Daily 15 May 2018
One way to be minded? Universal 06 May 2018
Honest old writer The Sun Two Speed 30 Apr 2018
Not reticent Universal 24 Apr 2018
Like most businesses from 9 to 5 New York Times 23 Apr 2018
Like some secrets, oxymoronically The Washington Post Sunday 15 Apr 2018
Accepting bookings Newsday 12 Apr 2018
Up for grabs Universal 02 Apr 2018
___-book exam USA Today 30 Mar 2018
Free-thinking Universal 29 Mar 2018
Receptive Canadiana 26 Mar 2018
Take hasp off duck coop The Telegraph Toughie 22 Mar 2018
Be the first band Universal 22 Mar 2018
Letting in customers Newsday 21 Feb 2018
Take the lid off The Washington Post 19 Feb 2018
Take the lid off LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2018
Ajar The Sun Two Speed 10 Feb 2018
Frank has to unlock The Sun Two Speed 10 Feb 2018
Exposed to the air The Times Concise 05 Feb 2018
Load, as files The Washington Post Sunday 04 Feb 2018
Dentist's directive New York Times 28 Jan 2018
Offer the first bid USA Today 19 Jan 2018
Part of mountaintop enclave is unreserved Irish Times Crosaire 13 Jan 2018
Unseal or uncap Universal 10 Jan 2018
Opposite of shut Family Time 08 Jan 2018
Willing to listen
Uncork, as a bottle
Ajar
Break the seal
Emotionally frank
Free-thinking
Holding no emotions in
Not closed
Not reticent
One way to be minded?
Selling one's goods
Unseal or uncap
Daytime store window sign
Uncork, say
Take the lid off
Still unfilled, as a position
Doing business
Up for grabs
Sports event
Frank
___-book exam
Dentist's directive
Like most businesses from 9 to 5
Like some relationships
Premiere
Request from a dentist
"Don't ___ until Christmas"
Unguarded, as a receiver
Tournament for all
Start of Ali Baba's command
Offer the first bid
Not booked
Begin a Broadway run
Be the first act
Emotionally honest New York Times 29 Nov 2017
Unlocked Jonesin 28 Nov 2017
Begin the business day USA Today 17 Nov 2017
Frank is ready to do business The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Nov 2017
Unlocked The Telegraph Quick 02 Nov 2017
Ready for customers The Washington Post 30 Oct 2017
Ready for customers LA Times Daily 30 Oct 2017
Unseal Universal 19 Oct 2017
Sign on a shop door USA Today 18 Oct 2017
Approachable Canadiana 16 Oct 2017
Tournament format The Washington Post 14 Oct 2017
Tournament format LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2017
Store sign New York Times 05 Oct 2017
Unclog Newsday 04 Oct 2017
Not closed The Times Concise 22 Sep 2017
Unwrap, as a gift Newsday 04 Sep 2017
Not closed or obstructed Irish Times Simplex 01 Sep 2017
Relatively uncluttered Newsday 27 Aug 2017
Accepting customers Universal 27 Aug 2017
Unfolded Newsday 19 Aug 2017
For all to see USA Today 17 Aug 2017
Ready for business Wall Street Journal 12 Aug 2017
Exposed The Telegraph Quick 08 Aug 2017
Store sign Thomas Joseph 07 Aug 2017
Free love with writer The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Aug 2017
Unsolved, as a crime case Universal 01 Aug 2017
Dentist's direction Newsday 12 Jul 2017
Clear duck enclosure The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Jun 2017
Not closed Family Time 11 Jun 2017
With "and" and 62-Across, easily settled USA Today 10 Jun 2017
Not closed The Telegraph Quick 09 Jun 2017
Performing captivating exercise topless The Telegraph Toughie 08 Jun 2017
Take the top off Universal 05 Jun 2017
Bet first USA Today 01 Jun 2017
Dentist's request USA Today 16 May 2017
Unguarded on the field Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2017
Word with "bar" or "season" Universal 26 Apr 2017
Unwrap Jonesin 25 Apr 2017
Receiving customers USA Today 25 Apr 2017
Remove the wrapper from USA Today 10 Apr 2017
Transparent The Washington Post 02 Apr 2017
Transparent LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2017
Unguarded Newsday 29 Mar 2017
Store sign that might be flipped at 9 a.m New York Times 13 Mar 2017
Widely known The Telegraph Quick 26 Feb 2017
Frank produces slice of Copenhagen Irish Times Crosaire 25 Feb 2017
Passable Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2017
Make the first bid Newsday 20 Feb 2017
Unbox, e.g Premier Sunday 19 Feb 2017
Begin the bidding The Washington Post 10 Feb 2017
Forthcoming The Chronicle of Higher Education 03 Feb 2017
Word before air, fire or water New York Times 31 Jan 2017
Start the business day USA Today 28 Jan 2017
Doing business Universal 24 Jan 2017
__-book test Newsday 18 Jan 2017
Receiving customers The Washington Post 13 Jan 2017
Unsolved, as a crime case
Start the business day
Remove the wrapper from
Word before air, fire or water
Forthcoming
Begin the business day
Bet first
Store sign that might be flipped at 9 a.m.
Dentist's request
For all to see
Store sign
Emotionally honest
Word with "bar" or "season"
Sign on a shop door
Unseal
Take the top off
Doing business
Accepting customers
Precede the headliner
Ready for customers
With "and" and 62-Across, easily settled
Tournament format
Ready for customers
Receiving customers
Outspoken Newsday 23 Dec 2016
Tournament for all comers Universal 18 Dec 2016
Available to receive customers Universal 06 Dec 2016
Store door sign Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2016
Undo; exposed to attack The Times Concise 30 Nov 2016
Tournament type for all Universal 26 Nov 2016
Not shut The Times Concise 25 Nov 2016
Ready to do business Jonesin 22 Nov 2016
Begin the bidding USA Today 12 Nov 2016
Competition's not close The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Nov 2016
Frank pours away on purpose Irish Times Crosaire 09 Nov 2016
Bet first Newsday 06 Nov 2016
Precede the headliner USA Today 06 Nov 2016
Currently retailing Universal 02 Nov 2016
Instruction from a dentist Universal 14 Oct 2016
Store sign Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2016
Candid Premier Sunday 21 Aug 2016
Take the lid off Newsday 01 Aug 2016
Ajar LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2016
Begin serving customers LA Times Daily 18 Jul 2016
Not invitational, in tournaments Universal 13 Jul 2016
Dentist's instruction USA Today 10 Jul 2016
Ready to do business The Washington Post 08 Jul 2016
Yet to be filled USA Today 08 Jul 2016
Overt Newsday 30 Jun 2016
Welcoming store window sign LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2016
Not secretive Wall Street Journal 17 Jun 2016
Available for business New York Times 13 Jun 2016
Store sign during business hours New York Times 30 May 2016
Like a store ready for business LA Times Daily 23 May 2016
Bid 'one club,' e.g Wall Street Journal 21 May 2016
Part of Ali Baba's command Universal 30 Apr 2016
Like most businesses between 9 to 5 New York Times 18 Apr 2016
Doing business USA Today 17 Apr 2016
With 77-Across, not closing early, as a store Premier Sunday 10 Apr 2016
Tournament type Wall Street Journal 05 Apr 2016
Tourney for all Universal 26 Mar 2016
Available LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2016
Start the bidding LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2016
Sign on a store door Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2016
Word on a store sign Universal 07 Mar 2016
Word on a store sign Family Time 06 Mar 2016
Serve as the first act The Washington Post 23 Feb 2016
Unlocked Newsday 03 Feb 2016
Ajar, say Eugene Sheffer 29 Jan 2016
Start for seas or seasons New York Times 29 Jan 2016
Feature of many a wedding reception New York Times 21 Jan 2016
Candid LA Times Daily 19 Jan 2016
Accessible to everyone USA Today 19 Jan 2016
Pro-am tourney, often New York Times 15 Jan 2016
Frank, not secret Irish Times Simplex 08 Jan 2016
Unguarded, as a receiver Wall Street Journal 07 Jan 2016
Dentist's instruction
Pro-am tourney, often
Start for seas or seasons
Available to receive customers
Currently retailing
Not invitational, in tournaments
Tournament for all comers
Tournament type for all
Store sign during business hours
Feature of many a wedding reception
Available for business
Welcoming store window sign
Welcoming sign
Like a store ready for business
Accessible to everyone
Candid
Begin serving customers
Ajar
Begin the bidding
Unguarded, as a receiver
Yet to be filled
Unconcealed Wall Street Journal 18 Dec 2015
Dentist's order USA Today 17 Dec 2015
Accepting customers Wall Street Journal 02 Dec 2015
Opposite of close or closed The Washington Post 30 Nov 2015
Candid Canadiana 23 Nov 2015
Welcome sign New York Times 21 Nov 2015
Start a Broadway run The Washington Post 18 Nov 2015
Unsolved, as a case USA Today 16 Nov 2015
Frank appears in top entertainment The Sun Two Speed 12 Nov 2015
Ready for business of course Irish Times Crosaire 03 Nov 2015
A jar with Frank Irish Times Crosaire 31 Oct 2015
Sign in a store window Universal 30 Oct 2015
Ordinary writer, quite accessible The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Oct 2015
Not yet filled Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2015
In other people's eyes, nobody tops Frank Irish Times Crosaire 20 Oct 2015
Store sign between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m New York Times 05 Oct 2015
Admitting customers Eugene Sheffer 05 Oct 2015
Accessible to all Universal 22 Sep 2015
Unrestricted shop entrepreneur screens The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Sep 2015
Unobstructed Newsday 28 Aug 2015
Opposite of close Family Time 23 Aug 2015
Admitting customers Universal 23 Aug 2015
Uncovered The Telegraph Quick 20 Aug 2015
Free The Telegraph Quick 30 Jul 2015
Like 7-Eleven, right now Jonesin 07 Jul 2015
Unwrap New York Times 29 Jun 2015
Shop sign that may be flipped New York Times 23 Jun 2015
Start LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2015
Airy USA Today 03 May 2015
Major tennis event LA Times Daily 15 Apr 2015
Start shooting New York Times 12 Mar 2015
Tournament format Eugene Sheffer 19 Feb 2015
Admit customers Universal 27 Jan 2015
Bet first
Start doing business
Tourney format
Major tennis event
Candid
Dentist's directive
Opposite of close or closed
Start a Broadway run
Available
Major tennis event
Ready for business
Start
Frank
Make the first bet
Outspoken
Ready for customers
Take the lid off
Unfolded
Unlock
Unobstructed
Shop sign that may be flipped
Store sign between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Tournament type
Unwrap
Welcome sign
Welcoming Queensryche song?
Accepting customers
Not yet filled
Unconcealed
Accessible to all
Admit customers
Admitting customers
Ready for customers
Sign in a store window
Airy
Dentist's order
Unsolved, as a case
Be the introductory act
Major tennis event
"__ sesame!"
Amenable
Bet first
Unlock
"___ wide" (dentist's directive)
Candid
Dentist's instruction
Public
Word in a shop window
Word preceding handed or minded
Available
Amenable (to)
Pop the cork
Bid first
Letting customers in
Storefront sign
Amenable
In full bloom
Neon sign word
Ready for business
Start serving customers
"___ sesame"
Not prevaricating
Frank
Receptive
Tourney type
Word on a store flip sign
Dentist's request
Vacant
Unseal
In full flower
Candid
Accessible to everyone
Madonna "___ Your Heart"
Receiving customers
Word with "sea" or "season"
Word in many golf tournament names
Get the crowd warmed up
Ready for business
"___ sesame!"
Diner sign
Word with "sea" or "season"
Word with "sesame"
Shop door sign
The Georgia Satellites "___ All Night"
Springsteen "___ All Night"
Queensryche song that never closes?
Frank
Not closed
Unrestricted
Ready for business
Not booked
Not barred
"Yes, we're __" (store sign)
Start the betting
Start the bidding
Type of tournament
"___ sesame!"
Available
Big tournament
In full flower
Up front
Like many golf tourneys
Willing to listen
Receiving customers
Golf tournament, sometimes
Let customers in
Not buttoned, as a shirt
Pop the cork
Pop the cork, e.g.
Amenable (to)
Dentist's request
Tom Petty "Into the Great Wide ___"
Subject to further consideration
Unsettled, as questions
Warm up the crowd
Pop one's cork?
Pop one's cork?
Tournament format
"Yes, we're ___"
Taking customers
Unreserved
With 7-Down, easy things to score goals on
___ seas
Pop the tab on
Dentist's request
French ___ (tennis tournament)
Tournament that takes all comers
Ajar, at least
"Into the Great Wide ___"
Creed "With Arms Wide ___"
Paul Westerberg soundtrack "___ Season"
Unsettled, as questions
Type of enrollment
In business
Ready to serve
Not invitational
Go on first
Not buttoned
Unfurl
Make the initial bet
Get the crowd warmed up
Break the seal on
"Sesame" starter
Play a key part in?
Store sign
Like LAX, around the clock
Go on first
Like LAX, around the clock
Store sign
Willing to consider new ideas
Unguarded
Come-one come-all competition
Spread out
Ready for customers
Make the first bet
Letting anyone play
In full bloom, as flowers
Frank
Forthright
Start, as a savings account
Make the initial bet
Golf tournament
Frank and honest
Candid
Break the seal on
"___, sesame!"
Make the first bid
"__, sesame!"
Take the stage first
Having nothing scheduled
Unlock
Up-front
___ mike (coffeehouse event)
Relatively free
All-comers tournament
Start the business day
Still to be filled
Not resolved, as a question
Available for use
Word with French or U.S.
Welcoming customers
Ready for business
Sign on a shop's door
Ready for business
Place the first bet
Not settled
Ajar
"___ sesame"
Sign on a store's door
"___ Arms" (Journey tune)
Take the stage first
Available, as a job
Ready to accept customers
Pete Townshend "Let My Love ___ the Door"
Paul Westerberg: "___ Season"
Journey's "Arms" were this
"__, sesame!"
Play before the headliner
Ready for business
Store sign
Store-window sign
Unwrap
For everyone
Begin, as a thread
Porous
Amenable (to)
Obstruction-free
Unwrap, as a present
Candid
Available, as a job
Tournament for all
___ for business
Word with "shop" or "sea"
Word in a shop window
Tourney type
Still unfilled, as a position
Approachable
___ to suggestions
Word with "house"
Admitting all
Start the bidding
Receptive
Ajar, say
Bid one club, say
Exposed
In full bloom
Not booked
Receptive
Start the bidding
Tournament type
Not booked
In full bloom
Exposed
Bid one club, say
Ajar, say
Still unfilled
Start the bidding
Nonexclusive
Not hidden
Devoid of a cover
Dentist's instruction
Not secret
Ready to do business
Start the bidding
Type of tournament
Unlock
Word with house or shop
___-book exam
Unlocked
Ready for business
Free of obstructions
Receptive
Unwraps
Welcoming window word
Be the first band to play
Admitting new students
Like some primaries
Ready to do business
Up-front
Double-click, maybe
Frank
Double-click, maybe
Admitting customers
Door-sign word
Admitting all contestants
Both pros and amateurs may be in one
__ for business
"___ sesame!"
Word before season or bar
Ready for patrons
Unrestricted
Without a roof
Actively trading
Aboveboard's partner
Like a great receiver, often
Tournament that anyone can enter
Double-click, perhaps
Easy to get into
Break the seal on
Bid first, in bridge
Kind of tournament
Not resolved, as a question
Store door sign
Unlocked
Neon sign word
Overt
Free
Type of sea or season
Unguarded, in football
Type of enrollment
Start, as an investment account
Unclog, as a drain
Start the bidding
Doing business
Ajar
Big tournament
Kind of batting stance
Say "one club," say
Let customers in
Unwrap
Aptly named tournament
Dentist's request
Store window sign
All-comers tournament
Dentist's request
Like some tournaments
Shop window sign
Walt Whitman's "Song of the ___ Road"
"___ mouth, insert foot"
Aptly named tournament
Dentist's request
Store window sign
"___ mouth, insert foot"
Walt Whitman's "Song of the ___ Road"
Free
Word on a store sign
Word with court or house
Say "One club," for example
Transparent
Storefront sign
Ready for business
Frank
Begin the bidding
Doing business
Not buttoned
Not closed
Start the business day
Outspoken
Play first with Goren
Poker declaration
Store sign
___ for business
Unclog
Store sign
Set up shop
"___ Arms" (Journey)
Like a frame in which a strike or spare isn't bowled
Dentist's request
Common neon sign word
Speaking freely
Ajar
Make the first bid
Overt
Storefront sign
Candid
Dentist's directive
Dentist's request
Unclog
Ready for business
Overt
Make the first bid
Diner sign
Shop window sign
Unwrap
Frank
Dentist's instruction
Forthright
In business right now
In full bloom
Without walls
Take the wraps off
Still not settled
Store sign
Start the bidding
Double-click, maybe
Shut companion
Tourney type
Both pros and amateurs may be in one
Aboveboard
Big golf tournament
Both pros and amateurs may be in one
Lead off
Like a Roman atrium
Start admitting customers
Unrestricted
Word on a store sign that's flipped daily
Big golf tournament
Dentist's word
Start the business day
Receptive
Forthright
Not buttoned
Tournament format
Word from a dentist
Aboveboard
Not yet resolved
Ajar
Accepting customers
Accessible to all
Have a premiere
Kick off
Unguarded
Unhampered by embargoes
Approachable
Word on a store sign that's flipped daily
As yet undecided
Available
Kind of enrollment
Ajar, e.g.
Begin bidding
Lead the bidding
In business right now
Unlock
Welcoming
Unrestricted
Actively trading
9:00-5:30 store sign
Hiding nothing
Business sign
Start admitting customers
Like a Roman atrium
Certain tourney
Lead off
Without a roof
Unfilled
Storefront sign
Speak freely, with "up"
Sesame starter?
Make the initial bet, in poker
Exposed
Unguarded
Unlatch
Ready for business
Admitting customers
Unscheduled
Uncluttered
Accessible
Ready to serve
More than ajar
File command
Exposed
Crack ___
Start the bidding
Hold jacks or better
Receptive
Forthright
For anyone
Come-one, come-all competition
Make the first bid
__ season
Unrestricted contest
Undecided
Doing business
Welcoming
Make the first bid
Subject to further consideration
Type of tournament
Unfolded
Unguarded, as a receiver
Big tournament
Tourney for all
Frank
Without a roof
__ house
Frank
Candid
Sesame starter
Outspoken
Store sign
Doing business
Ali Baba's command
__-faced sandwich
Doing business
Free of defenders
Receptive
Unclog, as a drain
Airy
__ house
Without a roof
Not buttoned
Unfold
More than ajar
Computer command
Neon sign word
Start the business day
Unoccupied, as country
Word with handed or minded
MAJOR TOURNAMENT
Jimmy, say
Unbolt
Undecided
Unwrap
Word before sesame or sandwich
More than ajar
MAJOR TOURNAMENT
Jimmy, say
Big tournament
Willing to confide
Store sign after 9 a.m.
Sign on a store door
Available
Use a key
Receiving customers
Bid one club, e.g.
Word with shop or sea
Store sign
Not committed
Amenable
Sign in a store window
Overt
Tourney type
Dentist's request
Not invitational
Unwrap
Tournament type
Ready for business
Crack, as a book
Shop sign
Frank
Word with letter and book
Word with letter and book
Ready for business
Tournament for pros and amateurs
Tournament for pros and amateurs
Permit access
Word preceding book and letter
Dentist's directive
Dentist's order
Use a church key
Golf's US ___
All-comers tournament
Aboveboard
Doing business
Tourney type
Bid first
Unwrap, as a gift
Dentist's direction
Out-of-doors
Uncap
Uncover
Candid
British, French, or Australian
Ready for business
For all
Store sign
Golf tourney
Make the first move
Unwrap
Window sign
Word with house or shop
Exposed
Free of defenders
Sign on a door
Store sign
Unclogged
Woods event
Unsettled
Like a store during business hours
Unsolved, as a case
Unsettled
Unrestricted
Tournament type
Free-wheeling
Unlock
Store door sign
Start the business day
Ready to do business
More then ajar
Hardly shy
Certain tournament
Bid first
Begin
Tournament type
Hold jacks or better
Store door sign
Ready to do business
More then ajar
Hardly shy
Certain tournament
Receptive to suggestion
Doing business
Without walls
Not yet resolved
Without walls
Welcoming window word
Make the initial bet
Word with sea or season
Store door sign
Admitting all contestants
Shop sign
Candid
A major tournament, after US
Agape
Major golfing event
Unpack
Ajar
Major golfing event
Uncork
Not hidden
Certain tournament
Many a tournament
Admit customers
Unlocked
"___ Sesame!"
Shop sign
Unlocked
Unsettled, as questions
With 26 Across, command at a cave door
French ___
Tourney type
Season starter?
Not shut
Begin bidding
"___ mouth, insert foot"
Sesame opener
Devoid of a cover
Not covered
Uncork
Undone
Up front
Court contest
Like some tournaments
Uncommitted
Exposed
Up for grabs
With 58-Across, a reception feature
Unguarded
Forthright
Computer command
Accessible to everyone
Broken mirror, to the superstitious
US golf tournament
Start bidding
Receptive
French or Australian
Bid first
Get the ball rolling
Not buttoned, as a shirt
Word in a shop window
Free of defenders
Golf or tennis championship
Tourney type
Use a gate, perhaps
Tennis title
Take the wraps off
For all comers
Bid one club, e.g.
Aboveboard's mate
Word preceding handed or minded
___ to suggestions
Aboveboard's partner
Candid
Available for a pass, perhaps
Tournament for all
Unprotected
Word with sesame
Ready to serve
Unseal
Up front
With 34-Across, like some women's shoes
Pop the cork
Door sign during store hours
More than ajar
Type of tournament
Major golf event
Event for 25 Across
Begin bidding
Crack
Unguarded
Sporting event
Start with a club
Word with season or secret
Unguarded
Sports event
Tennis event
Bid one club
More than ajar
Type of tournament
Outdoors
Aboveboard
All-comers' tournament
Dentist's command
Tournament for all
Unobstructed
Tournament format
Begin
Annual golf classic
Wall-less
U.S. _____
Aboveboard
"_____ sesame"
Unguarded, as a receiver
Unrestricted
Unrolled
Accessible
Patulous
Artless
Unguarded, in football
Unfold
Shut's partner, in some cases
In full view
Begin
Hit Broadway
Ready for a pass
Unlocked
House or stock preceder
Tournament won by Strange: 1988 and 1989
Not closed
U.S. match for Becker
Links event
In business
"___ sesame!": Ali Baba
Unsealed
Type of tournament
Start
P.G.A. event
Unprejudiced
Doral event
Floyd won it in '86
Sign on a door
Door or road preceder
Cafe sign
Airy
Word with shop or sea
Uninhibited
Event for Irwin
___ sesame
Verb for Ali Baba
Dentist's command
What Lendl won in 1986
Unsettled
Kind of tournament
Lead off
Meet for McEnroe
Bet first, at poker
Uncork
What Watson won in 1982
Word with air or door
The US __
Undo
T. Watson prize in 1982
Ingenuous
Responsive
Kind of house or sandwich
Command from a D.D.S.
"Do not ___ till Dec. 25"
___-door policy
Anagram for 60 Across
What Watson won in '82
Word with door or house
Bet first, in poker
Golf tournament
Not secretive
Word for Ali Baba
Start the bridge bidding
Sign on a store window
Type of convention
Word with air or house
Unabashed
Kind of house or letter
Nicklaus has won it four times
Shut's partner
Store-door sign
Store-window sign
Kind of primary or convention
Not clandestine
Partner of aboveboard
Kind of house or door
Kind of door or house
Pull the cork
Unobstructed
"___ Up Your Heart," 1955 song
Unfold, as a rose
Affording ingress
Do what Pandora did
Word with air or work
Kind of house
Make the first bet
___ house
Inaugurate
Kind of secret or shop
Kind of secret
Not exclusive
Shop-door sign
Kind of hearth or house
Start the betting
Make a poker move
Ali Baba's verb
___ mind
Straightforward
Kind of house or hearth
Golf tourney
Word with sesame
"Do not ___ until . . . "
Initiate
Sesame order
All-night cafe sign
Above-board
Poker term
Certain golf tourney
Make it to Broadway
Clear
___ sea
Dehiscent
Pro-amateur tourney
On view
Liberal.
Annual golf match.
Reveal.
Accessible.
Begin.
Candid.
Generous
Kind of house.
Not foggy: Naut.
Permitting access.
Sports event: Colloq.
Start.
Store sign.
With 7 Down, symbol of welcome.
___ letter
Unrestricted.
Make a first bid.
Aboveboard.
Game for all golfers.
Word with house or door.
Unsealed.
Expanded.
Frank.
Unstopped: Mus.
Kind of letter.
Not settled.
Ready for business.
Honest.
Undo.
Unobstructed.
Make way for.
Generous.
Doing business.
___ sea.
Unfeigned.
Spread out.
On view.
Word in a magic saying.
___ fire.
Straightforward.
Overt.
Not filled.
Kind of tournament.
Generally known.
Designating a string on which only the bow is used.
Commence.
Ajar.
Do the honors in poker.
Start operating.
Type of golf tournament.
Not limited.
Golf tournament.
Unlocked.
Unobstructed, as a road.
Free from frost.
Not settled or decided.
Clear.
Unfold.
In business.
Hold a première.
___ stock.
Free from ice.
Direct.
Free from restrictions.
Available.
Disengaged.
Initiate.
Free to be argued.
Golfer's tourney.
Give access to.
Golf tourney.
Without restrictions.
Unprejudiced.
Half a password.
Baltusrol tournament.
Pro golf tournament.
Begin a season.
Golf tourney for pros and amateurs.
Undecided, as a question.
National ___ Golf Tournament.
Not restricted to either amateurs or professionals.
For both pros and amateurs.
For pros and amateurs.
Wide ___ spaces.
Non-union.
For all comers.
For amateurs and pros.
"___ City," Italian movie.
___ sesame.
___ house.
Dispart.
___ city.
The ___ door.
"___ covenants of peace."—Wilson.
Unguarded, as a receiver
Ready for a pass
Available for a job
Ready for business
Not taken
Like the best receivers
Amenable (to)
Unguarded
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