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Word "ORB" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the ball-shaped capsule containing the vertebrate eye
Synonyms:
eyeball

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
move in an orbit
Synonyms:
orbit, revolve
Examples:
The moon orbits around the Earth
The planets are orbiting the sun
electrons orbit the nucleus

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an object with a spherical shape
Synonyms:
ball, globe

Crossword Clues for ORB

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Crystal ball, for example USA Today 29 Sep 2022
Sphere Eugene Sheffer 28 Sep 2022
American friend has gone round the globe The Times Cryptic 12 Sep 2022
Sphere Thomas Joseph 29 Aug 2022
Planet, to a poet New York Times 17 Aug 2022
Heavenly sphere LA Times Daily 16 Aug 2022
Globe The Telegraph Quick 13 Aug 2022
High ball? New York Times 11 Aug 2022
Crystal ball shape USA Today 15 Jul 2022
Sphere Wall Street Journal 09 Jul 2022
Spherical object USA Today 30 Jun 2022
Former pupil pinching teacher’s last globe The Times Cryptic 23 Jun 2022
Football, perhaps gold and black The Times Cryptic 13 Jun 2022
Saturn or Mercury Wall Street Journal 11 Jun 2022
Bit of regalia Wall Street Journal 19 May 2022
Sphere Thomas Joseph 14 May 2022
Sphere Wall Street Journal 07 May 2022
Globe Eugene Sheffer 05 May 2022
Sphere Thomas Joseph 13 Apr 2022
Round regal symbol Family Time 10 Apr 2022
Planet The Washington Post 04 Apr 2022
Planet LA Times Daily 04 Apr 2022
Sphere Universal 27 Mar 2022
Earth, for one LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2022
Earth, for one The Washington Post 25 Mar 2022
Sphere Eugene Sheffer 07 Mar 2022
Spherical item in Mario Party USA Today 01 Mar 2022
'Pondering My ___' (meme showing a wizard staring into a crystal ball) The Washington Post Sunday 20 Feb 2022
Celestial ball Premier Sunday 20 Feb 2022
Round body Premier Sunday 30 Jan 2022
One of the literary viewers deposited in poor box Irish Times Crosaire 08 Jan 2022
Ball Thomas Joseph 31 Dec 2021
Crystal ball, e.g USA Today 30 Dec 2021
Common Christmas ornament The Washington Post Sunday 26 Dec 2021
Christmas ornament, often New York Times 19 Dec 2021
Globe Eugene Sheffer 10 Dec 2021
Sphere USA Today 03 Dec 2021
Celestial sphere LA Times Daily 01 Dec 2021
Sphere Universal 18 Nov 2021
Sphere, globe Irish Times Simplex 17 Nov 2021
Globe Premier Sunday 14 Nov 2021
Eye, to a poet LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2021
Sphere, to poets Newsday 20 Oct 2021
Pluto, e.g. New York Times 15 Oct 2021
Ball, to a very, very old king Family Time 11 Oct 2021
Scepter topper Universal 07 Oct 2021
In mainly literary use, the eye The Times Specialist Sunday 03 Oct 2021
Round object USA Today 27 Sep 2021
Sphere Wall Street Journal 07 Sep 2021
Sphere USA Today 03 Sep 2021
The Sun, say The Washington Post 01 Sep 2021
The Sun, say LA Times Daily 01 Sep 2021
Globe Eugene Sheffer 23 Aug 2021
Sun, to Shelley Newsday 12 Aug 2021
Globe New York Times 12 Aug 2021
Poetic sphere Wall Street Journal 11 Aug 2021
Sphere Thomas Joseph 05 Aug 2021
Globe New York Times 21 Jul 2021
Baseball, e.g New York Times 08 Jul 2021
Scepter topper New York Times 02 Jul 2021
Pluto, but not Goofy LA Times Daily 17 Jun 2021
Pluto, but not Goofy The Washington Post 17 Jun 2021
Space sphere Premier Sunday 13 Jun 2021
Bit of royal regalia New York Times 11 Jun 2021
Uranus or Neptune LA Times Daily 25 May 2021
Uranus or Neptune The Washington Post 25 May 2021
Globe or sphere Family Time 03 May 2021
Sphere Thomas Joseph 01 May 2021
Globe New York Times 29 Apr 2021
Sphere Eugene Sheffer 28 Apr 2021
Globe Eugene Sheffer 22 Apr 2021
Planet, poetically Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2021
Poet's sphere Newsday 06 Apr 2021
Globe The Washington Post 23 Mar 2021
Globe LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2021
Sphere Wall Street Journal 22 Mar 2021
Round object USA Today 18 Mar 2021
Poet's planet Newsday 25 Feb 2021
The sun or the moon New York Times 19 Feb 2021
Regal sphere Universal 10 Feb 2021
Mercury or Venus, e.g New York Times 03 Feb 2021
Cue ball, for one USA Today 03 Feb 2021
Sphere The Telegraph Quick 28 Jan 2021
Spherical body Universal 24 Jan 2021
Celestial sphere Wall Street Journal 21 Jan 2021
Sphere USA Today 12 Jan 2021
Round sovereign symbol Family Time 10 Jan 2021
Sphere on a scepter Universal 28 Dec 2020
Sphere Universal 23 Dec 2020
Mystical sphere, maybe The Washington Post Sunday 20 Dec 2020
Shape of a fisheye lens picture Universal 18 Dec 2020
Magic 8 Ball, e.g New York Times 10 Dec 2020
Venus or Mars LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2020
Venus or Mars The Washington Post 27 Nov 2020
Ball or globe Universal 04 Nov 2020
Planet’s form Wall Street Journal 28 Oct 2020
Ceremonial globe carried by a monarch Irish Times Simplex 23 Oct 2020
Jupiter, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 18 Oct 2020
Ball Wall Street Journal 08 Oct 2020
Uranus, for one LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2020
Uranus, for one The Washington Post 07 Oct 2020
Sphere The Times Concise 09 Sep 2020
Poetic sphere Newsday 23 Aug 2020
Scepter topper Universal 16 Aug 2020
Basketball but not football Wall Street Journal 08 Aug 2020
Sphere New York Times 05 Aug 2020
Royal regalia item The Times Concise 01 Aug 2020
Eye, to a bard LA Times Daily 31 Jul 2020
Eye, to a bard The Washington Post 31 Jul 2020
Heavenly ball Wall Street Journal 22 Jul 2020
Eye, to poets Premier Sunday 19 Jul 2020
Royal ball The Washington Post Sunday 12 Jul 2020
Poetic planet Universal 01 Jul 2020
Heavenly sphere New York Times 29 Jun 2020
Sphere Canadiana 15 Jun 2020
It's ball-shaped Family Time 14 Jun 2020
Crystal ball, e.g Universal 12 Jun 2020
Bath bomb shape Wall Street Journal 09 Jun 2020
Planet’s shape Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2020
Powerful sphere Jonesin 02 Jun 2020
The moon, in a Whitman poem Newsday 31 May 2020
Celestial sphere Universal 28 May 2020
Poetic planet Newsday 24 May 2020
Heavenly sphere Jonesin 12 May 2020
Globe Canadiana 11 May 2020
Planet, poetically New York Times 08 May 2020
___ weaver (spider) The Washington Post Sunday 03 May 2020
Sun or moon Premier Sunday 26 Apr 2020
Sphere, globe Irish Times Simplex 21 Apr 2020
The sun, e.g Premier Sunday 12 Apr 2020
Uranus, e.g LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2020
Uranus, e.g The Washington Post 05 Apr 2020
Analyze, in a way New York Times 02 Apr 2020
Sphere The Sun Two Speed 26 Mar 2020
Senior barrister catching sun The Sun Two Speed 26 Mar 2020
Golden book in Sun perhaps? The Sun Two Speed 15 Mar 2020
Sun, for one LA Times Daily 13 Mar 2020
Sun, for one The Washington Post 13 Mar 2020
Mystical ball New York Times 01 Mar 2020
Regal sphere The Washington Post Sunday 09 Feb 2020
Royal ball? Family Time 06 Jan 2020
Baseball or basketball, but not football
Poetic ball Universal 25 Dec 2019
Spherical figure USA Today 20 Dec 2019
Symbol of sovereignty Wall Street Journal 18 Dec 2019
Earth, e.g., in poetry Universal 13 Dec 2019
Spheroid USA Today 09 Dec 2019
Sphere of power
Sphere of power New York Times 05 Dec 2019
Circular sovereign symbol Family Time 02 Dec 2019
Celestial sphere LA Times Daily 28 Nov 2019
Celestial sphere The Washington Post 28 Nov 2019
Poet's eyeball Family Time 24 Nov 2019
Marble or billiard ball USA Today 14 Nov 2019
Spherical shape
Spherical shape New York Times 21 Oct 2019
Planet, to a poet USA Today 06 Oct 2019
Globe The Telegraph Quick 28 Sep 2019
Planet, poetically Newsday 01 Sep 2019
Feature of the king of clubs New York Times 29 Aug 2019
Sphere, poetically Universal 26 Aug 2019
Crystal ball, for one Universal 06 Aug 2019
Sphere set with jewels The Times Specialist Sunday 28 Jul 2019
Sphere Premier Sunday 28 Jul 2019
Spherical object The Times Concise 17 Jul 2019
Poet's eye Family Time 14 Jul 2019
Scepter's mate USA Today 02 Jul 2019
Space ball New York Times 01 Jul 2019
Moon or Mercury, say Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2019
Bubble or billiard ball USA Today 24 Jun 2019
Ball Thomas Joseph 21 Jun 2019
Sun or moon New York Times 04 Jun 2019
Sphere Newsday 20 May 2019
Mars or Venus LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2019
Mars or Venus The Washington Post 23 Apr 2019
Major Bloodnok hosts ball The Sun Two Speed 10 Apr 2019
Globe The Guardian Speedy 07 Apr 2019
Heavenly body Universal 04 Apr 2019
Top of a scepter, perhaps The Washington Post 24 Mar 2019
Top of a scepter, perhaps LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2019
Spherical body New York Times 11 Mar 2019
Mystical ball, e.g New York Times 10 Mar 2019
Sceptre's mate USA Today 23 Feb 2019
Poetic sphere LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2019
Poetic sphere The Washington Post 07 Feb 2019
Scepter's partner USA Today 30 Jan 2019
Planet's form Wall Street Journal 28 Jan 2019
Heavenly body The Washington Post 21 Jan 2019
Heavenly body LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2019
Space ball Universal 05 Jan 2019
Top of a scepter, perhaps
Planet, to a poet
Scepter's mate
Planet's form
Sphere
Uranus, e.g.
Magic 8 Ball, e.g.
Scepter's partner
Space ball
Crystal ball, for one
Sphere, poetically
Mars or Venus
Heavenly body
Poetic sphere
Space ball
Feature of the king of clubs
Sphere
Bubble or billiard ball
Moon or Mercury, say
Mystical ball, e.g.
Sun or moon
Scepter topper
Celestial sphere
Sceptre's mate
Heavenly body
Spherical body
Junior barrister catches the sun The Sun Two Speed 27 Dec 2018
Scepter's go-with New York Times 19 Dec 2018
The moon, e.g New York Times 13 Dec 2018
Sphere, in poems Universal 23 Nov 2018
Royal ball Jonesin 06 Nov 2018
Sun or globe, e.g Universal 01 Nov 2018
Image on the king of clubs New York Times 31 Oct 2018
Sun, sphere or moon Family Time 29 Oct 2018
Globe, poetically Universal 23 Oct 2018
Shelley's sphere Newsday 20 Oct 2018
Poké Ball, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 07 Oct 2018
Poetic eye Family Time 10 Sep 2018
Earth, for one LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2018
Item at the end of a wizard's staff New York Times 09 Sep 2018
Earth, for one The Washington Post 09 Sep 2018
Ball in the sky New York Times 28 Aug 2018
Eye, to Shelley Newsday 17 Aug 2018
Royal ball Family Time 12 Aug 2018
Sun or planet New York Times 30 Jul 2018
Poetic sphere Jonesin 24 Jul 2018
Scepter accompanier New York Times 20 Jul 2018
Crystal twirled by the Goblin King in 'Labyrinth,' e.g The Washington Post Sunday 17 Jun 2018
Soap bubble, e.g Wall Street Journal 07 Jun 2018
Poetic planet LA Times Daily 05 Jun 2018
Poetic planet The Washington Post 05 Jun 2018
Ballish sphere Universal 29 May 2018
Sun perhaps in golden book The Sun Two Speed 20 May 2018
Spherical object integral to conveyor belt Irish Times Crosaire 19 May 2018
Item carried in a newly crowned monarch’s left hand when leaving Westminster Abbey The Times Specialist Sunday 29 Apr 2018
Baseball or basketball New York Times 21 Apr 2018
Celestial body; sphere The Times Concise 19 Apr 2018
Poetic planet Family Time 15 Apr 2018
Planetoid Thomas Joseph 14 Apr 2018
Sphere LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2018
Sphere The Washington Post 13 Apr 2018
Mercury or Mars LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2018
Mercury or Mars The Washington Post 11 Apr 2018
Celestial body Newsday 18 Mar 2018
Marble, e.g The Washington Post 22 Feb 2018
Marble, e.g LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2018
Glowing sphere, maybe The Washington Post Sunday 18 Feb 2018
Mars or the moon USA Today 07 Feb 2018
Globe or sphere Universal 26 Jan 2018
Scepter go-with New York Times 24 Jan 2018
Mercury or Mars
Marble, e.g.
Earth, for one
Ball in the sky
Sphere, in poems
Image on the king of clubs
Sphere
Poetic planet
Soap bubble, e.g.
Item at the end of a wizard's staff
Baseball or basketball
Scepter accompanier
Sun or globe, e.g.
Scepter go-with
Scepter's go-with
Sun or planet
Mars or the moon
The moon, e.g.
Ballish sphere
Globe or sphere
Globe, poetically
It's well-rounded New York Times 14 Dec 2017
Spherical body USA Today 13 Dec 2017
Poet's planet The Washington Post Sunday 03 Dec 2017
Planet Thomas Joseph 01 Dec 2017
Poet's planet The Washington Post 28 Nov 2017
Poet's planet LA Times Daily 28 Nov 2017
Spherical shape The Times Concise 23 Nov 2017
Poetic sphere Universal 22 Nov 2017
Ball or sphere Family Time 13 Nov 2017
Round figure Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2017
Eye, to a bard Premier Sunday 08 Oct 2017
Planetarium sight Wall Street Journal 07 Oct 2017
Scepter top, perhaps The Washington Post 01 Oct 2017
Scepter top, perhaps LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2017
Dragon Ball of 'Dragon Ball Z,' e.g The Washington Post Sunday 01 Oct 2017
Celestial body LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2017
Celestial body The Washington Post 30 Sep 2017
Sun or moon,poetically Universal 23 Sep 2017
Globe Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2017
Eye, to a bard USA Today 12 Sep 2017
Bubble shape USA Today 04 Sep 2017
Ball or sphere Universal 01 Sep 2017
Ball LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2017
Ball The Washington Post 20 Aug 2017
Circle, royally Universal 03 Aug 2017
Sky sphere Premier Sunday 30 Jul 2017
Bubble's shape Wall Street Journal 17 Jul 2017
Eye or sphere, poetically Family Time 17 Jul 2017
Sun or moon, poetically USA Today 08 Jun 2017
Moon, e.g Premier Sunday 28 May 2017
Sphere Family Time 22 May 2017
Any planet, to a bard Universal 14 May 2017
Eye, to a poet USA Today 13 May 2017
Eye, in many poems The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 May 2017
Any ball-shaped object Universal 01 May 2017
Celestial body Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2017
Heavenly sphere LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2017
Heavenly sphere The Washington Post 18 Apr 2017
Sun or moon, to a bard USA Today 05 Apr 2017
Sun or moon LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2017
Sun or moon The Washington Post 02 Apr 2017
Ball in space Premier Sunday 26 Feb 2017
Poet's sun or moon Newsday 12 Feb 2017
Heavenly object New York Times 08 Feb 2017
Scepter's regal counterpart The Washington Post 02 Feb 2017
It's a ball The Washington Post 23 Jan 2017
Ball The Telegraph Quick 21 Jan 2017
Decorative globe LA Times Daily 19 Jan 2017
"Foolery ... does walk about the __ like the sun": Shakespeare LA Times Daily 15 Jan 2017
Eye, to a bard
Heavenly object
Eye, in many poems
Sun or moon,poetically
Poetic sphere
Circle, royally
Ball or sphere
Any planet, to a bard
Any ball-shaped object
"Foolery ... does walk about the __ like the sun": Shakespeare
Ball
Celestial body
It's well-rounded
Sphere
Heavenly sphere
Poet's planet
Scepter top, perhaps
Sun or moon, to a bard
Sun or moon, poetically
Spherical body
Eye, to a poet
Bubble shape
Planet, to poets USA Today 04 Dec 2016
The moon, e.g Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2016
Star, in verse LA Times Daily 29 Oct 2016
Scepter topper Newsday 28 Oct 2016
Round figure Premier Sunday 23 Oct 2016
Planet, poetically USA Today 18 Oct 2016
Regalia sphere USA Today 22 Sep 2016
Kingly sphere Universal 07 Sep 2016
Sun, moon or sphere Universal 01 Sep 2016
Eye, in verse Premier Sunday 28 Aug 2016
Planet, poetically Universal 15 Aug 2016
Round figure Newsday 12 Aug 2016
Spherical symbol of authority New York Times 07 Jul 2016
Planet, in verse LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2016
Symbol of sovereignty The Washington Post 05 Jun 2016
Regalia item Universal 22 May 2016
Round figure The Washington Post 30 Apr 2016
Spheroid LA Times Daily 29 Apr 2016
Sphere on a scepter The Washington Post 18 Apr 2016
Regal emblem Universal 11 Feb 2016
Globe Irish Times Simplex 19 Jan 2016
Planet Eugene Sheffer 13 Jan 2016
Bard's eye Premier Sunday 10 Jan 2016
Sphere found in sorbet The Sun Two Speed 07 Jan 2016
Coronation ball? The Washington Post 07 Jan 2016
Royal symbol Universal 04 Jan 2016
Regalia sphere
Planet, to poets
Kingly sphere
Planet, poetically
Regal emblem
Regalia item
Royal symbol
Sun, moon or sphere
Celestial sphere
Planet, in verse
Star, in verse
Spherical symbol of authority
Sun or moon
Eyeball Eugene Sheffer 24 Dec 2015
Eye, poetically LA Times Daily 22 Dec 2015
Bit of regalia New York Times 28 Nov 2015
Globe or sphere USA Today 23 Nov 2015
Royal power symbol USA Today 17 Nov 2015
Heavenly ball New York Times 17 Nov 2015
Sphere in the night skies LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2015
Object on the Emperor tarot card Newsday 14 Nov 2015
Symbol of sovereignty Universal 08 Nov 2015
The Bard's sphere Newsday 05 Nov 2015
Little brother goes up to get jewelled globe The Sun Two Speed 29 Oct 2015
Jewelled globe The Sun Two Speed 29 Oct 2015
Sphere, in poems Newsday 28 Oct 2015
Spherical thing USA Today 28 Oct 2015
Scepter topper Eugene Sheffer 24 Oct 2015
Soap bubble, essentially Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2015
Fruit from tree, not the first royal symbol The Times Cryptic 21 Oct 2015
Round body Premier Sunday 18 Oct 2015
Royal symbol Wall Street Journal 09 Oct 2015
Celestial sphere Newsday 02 Oct 2015
Planet, to Shakespeare New York Times 28 Sep 2015
Sun or moon Newsday 17 Sep 2015
Ornament shape New York Times 06 Sep 2015
Sphere with a sceptre Newsday 28 Aug 2015
Poet's planet New York Times 26 Jul 2015
Poetic planet Jonesin 21 Jul 2015
Round figure? Jonesin 07 Jul 2015
Sun, e.g USA Today 06 Jul 2015
Eye or sun LA Times Daily 05 Jul 2015
Blake's eye LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2015
Heavenly body USA Today 19 Jun 2015
Heavenly body at the heart of The Sorbonne Irish Times Crosaire 13 Jun 2015
"... the __ below / As hush as death ... ": "Hamlet" LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2015
Scepter's companion USA Today 07 Jun 2015
Round figure Jonesin 26 May 2015
Crystal ball, for example Universal 23 May 2015
Poetic circle Universal 02 May 2015
Fancy sphere USA Today 20 Apr 2015
Star, e.g Premier Sunday 12 Apr 2015
Sun, e.g Premier Sunday 05 Apr 2015
'Thou ___ aloft full-dazzling!': Whitman New York Times 25 Mar 2015
Mars or Neptune New York Times 14 Mar 2015
Scepter ornament Eugene Sheffer 26 Feb 2015
Royal power sphere USA Today 25 Feb 2015
"... and the __ below / As hush as death": "Hamlet" LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2015
Celestial sphere USA Today 30 Jan 2015
Ball Eugene Sheffer 17 Jan 2015
A globe, for one Universal 11 Jan 2015
Eyeball, e.g USA Today 03 Jan 2015
Poet's planet
Planetarium sight
Royal symbol
Soap bubble, essentially
"Thou ___ aloft full-dazzling!": Whitman
Bit of regalia
Heavenly ball
A globe, for one
Sun, e.g.
Spherical thing
Scepter's companion
Royal power symbol
Royal power sphere
Planet, poetically
The Bard's sphere
Heavenly body
Sphere, in poems
Sphere with a sceptre
Scepter topper
Object on the Emperor tarot card
Globe or sphere
Fancy sphere
Eyeball, e.g.
Celestial sphere
Celestial sphere
Sun, e.g.
Star, e.g.
Round body
Moon, e.g.
Sphere in the night skies
Planet, to Shakespeare
Ornament shape
Mars or Neptune
Crystal ball, for example
Poetic circle
Symbol of sovereignty
Scepter partner
Scepter topper
Globe
Globe, to Shakespeare
Poetic body
Scepter accompaniment
Sphere
Globe
"... and the __ below / As hush as death": "Hamlet"
"... the __ below / As hush as death ... ": "Hamlet"
Blake's eye
Eye or sun
Eye, poetically
Ball
Moon, e.g.
Celestial sphere
Heavenly body
Round figure
The moon, for one
Crystal ball, e.g.
Planet, poetically
Revolutionary body?
The moon, e.g.
Celestial sphere
Poetic sphere
Spherical body
Eye, to bards
Ball or sphere
Sphere on a scepter
Sphere with a scepter
Pioneers of ambient house, with "the"
The moon, e.g.
Planet or sphere
Spherical shape
Symbol of sovereignty
Sun or moon, poetically
Sun or moon, to a poet
Mercury or Earth
Planet, e.g.
Sun or moon, e.g.
Sphere, to Shelley
Eye, poetically
Eye
Alex Paterson & Thomas Fehlmann ambient house band
Regality symbol
Moon, e.g., to a poet
Object in the right hand of the king of clubs
Planet, to a 1-Across
Saturn or Mercury
U.K. chillout pioneers
Christmas bulb shape
Kingly symbol
Poetic eye
Sovereign symbol
Spherical shape, like a globe
Thing held with a scepter
Christmas bulb or planet, e.g.
Poet's globe
Sphere in a scepter
Ball borne by the nine longest Across answers
Bubble, essentially
Scepter companion
Earth, e.g.
Celestial body
Big ball in space
Ball
Globe
King's sphere
Heavenly sight
Celestial body
Eyeball
Poet's eye
Poetic planet
Sphere
A telescope may be trained on one
Ball
Crystal ball, e.g.
Kentucky Derby winner of 2013
Planet or peeper, poetically
Planet, e.g.
Eye, to a bard
Round sovereignty symbol
"... the inconstant moon ... that monthly changes in her circled __": Juliet
Eyeball
Mars, for one
Poet's eye
Poetic body
Saturn, for one
Sphere in a scepter
"... the inconstant moon ... that monthly changes in her circled __": Juliet
Top of some scepters
Kentucky Derby winner the year after I'll Have Another
The sun, to Shelley
Poet's planet
Planet, poetically
Bay in May 2013 headlines
2013 Derby winner
Space ball
Large revolver
Heavenly sphere
Celestial body
Christmas bulb, e.g.
Globe
Spherical shape
Scepter's partner
Mars or Venus
"O thou pale ___ that silent shines": Burns
Round figure
Sphere, to a poet
Pluto, for example
Globe
Pluto, for example
Sphere, to a poet
Symbol of royal power
Symbol on Harris Tweed labels
Planet, poetically
Marble, e.g.
Eye, poetically
Big revolver
Sovereign's __ (part of the British Crown Jewels)
Infant of Prague prop
Eye, to poets
Eyeball
Poet's eye
Globe
Trippy U.K. pioneers, with "The"
Sphere
Symbol of royalty
Sphere
Basketball, but not a football
Celestial object
Poet's eye
Sphere or globe
Symbol of royalty
Heavenly body
Celestial body
Marble or cueball
Poet's planet
Planet, for example
Globe or planet
Ball, and word found in 17-, 27-, 45-, and 59-Across
Sphere
Celestial body
Ball in space
Eyeball
Round body
Crystal ball, e.g.
Eyeball, e.g.
Round figure
Moon or star, e.g.
Mars, e.g.
Ambient house band
Sky sphere
15-Down went around one
Ball
Spherical object
__ weaver: spider
Scepter's companion
Royal ball?
Scepter's companion
Heavenly body
___ weaver (certain spider)
Poetic eye
__ weaver: spider
Eye, poetically
Item of regalia
Poetic sphere
Moon, to a poet
Round figure
Harris Tweed symbol
Saturn or Mercury
Sun or moon, e.g.
Sphere, and a hint to this puzzle's theme
Eye, to poets
Astronomical discovery
Scepter's partner
Jupiter, for one
Practically any ball except a football
Celestial sight
The ___ (Marvel supervillain whose helmet looks like a giant eye)
Poet's 78 Down
An eye for poetry?
Moon or star
Poetic eye
Sun or moon
Solid with no edges
Bulb or planet, e.g.
Planet or sun
Object whose silhouette is the same from all sides
Regalia sphere
Space ball?
Scepter's partner
Jupiter, for one
Celestial sight
Orrery element
Spherical body
Scepter topper
Eyeball or Earth
Poet's eye
Spheroid
Poetic peeper
Bit of regalia
Celestial body
Globe
Poetic planet
Sun or moon, to bards
Regal symbol
Marvel Comics villain with an eyeball-like helmet
Globe
Planet
Ball
Celestial body
Globe
Earth is one
Celestial body
47 Across, e.g.
Spherical object
Sun, poetically
Scepter adornment
Space sphere
Eye, poetically
Sphere
Planet
Poetic peeper
Sun or moon
Scepter partner
Planet, to poets
Top of some scepters
Saturn or Jupiter
Scepter accompanier
"Thou ___ aloft full-dazzling!": Whitman
Pinball or planet, for example
Sphere
Symbol of sovereignty
Versifier's eye
Sphere
Scepter topper
"Little Fluffy Clouds" band, with "the"
Spherical body
Eye, poetically
Eyeball, poetically
Royal ball
Scepter's go-with
Eyeball or Earth
Earth, for one
Bubble, essentially
Crystal ball, e.g.
Eye or planet
Divining device, in sci-fi
Heavenly sphere
Celestial sphere
Orrery element
Royal power symbol
Royal ball?
Eyeball
Eye, in verse
Christmas decoration, e.g.
Eye, in verse
Royal insignia
Mars or Venus
Sphere
Eye
Heavenly body
An eye for poetry?
Heavenly body
Moon, e.g.
Shape of the world
Planet, for example
The Earth, for one
Round symbol of sovereignty
Symbol of royalty
Scepter topper
Eyeball
Planet, to a poet
Celestial body
The sun, for one
Heavenly body
Scepter mate
Orrery element
It's a ball
Round figure
Space ball?
Kingly symbol
Heavenly body
It's a ball
Poetic peeper
Venus or Mars
Sphere in space
Poet's eye
Basketball, but not football
Spherical body
Ball
Spheroid
The sun, for one
Planet
Globe, e.g.
Sovereign's __ (one of the British Crown Jewels)
Celestial sight
Sphere, to Shelley
Sun or moon, e.g.
Spinner in space
Spheroid
Heavenly body
The moon, e.g.
Eyeball
Eyeball or Earth
Royal symbol
Symbol of sovereignty
Sovereignty symbol
Globe, e.g.
Celestial body, e.g.
Symbol of kingly power
Eye, poetically
Spherical symbol of authority
Globe
Planet, e.g.
Round figure
Eyeball
Globe
Eye
Mars, e.g.
Eye, poetically
"The Moon, how definite its __!": Coleridge
Glower, maybe
Mercury or Saturn
Earth, for one
Poet's peeper
Moon, poetically
Basketball but not a football
Bulb or globe
Emblem of sovereignty
Globe
Eye, to Emerson
Scepter's mate
The earth, e.g.
Moon or sun, poetically
Moon, to a poet
Eye
Emblem of sovereignty
Eye, in verse
Celestial object
Eye, to a bard
Emblem of sovereignty
Earth or moon
Spinner in space, poetically
Royal ball
Round figure
Basketball, but not football
Planet, for one
"Ball" hidden in this puzzle's longest answers
Mars or Jupiter
Sun, e.g.
Spherical solid
Sun or moon
Reign gear?
Regal emblem
"Ball" hidden in this puzzle's longest answers
Mars or Jupiter
Sun, e.g.
Scepter adornment
Planet, e.g.
Eyeball
Bit of regalia
Earth or Moon, e.g.
Eyeball
Moon, e.g.
Spherical object
Eye
Circle
Sun, e.g.
Sun or moon
Spinner in space
Sun, for one
Sun, for one
Royal symbol
Planet, poetically
Heavenly body
Mars or Mercury
Globe
Round figure
Crystal ball, e.g.
Planet, e.g.
Night sky sight
Little peeper?
Globe
Sphere
Moon, e.g.
Regalia item
Orrery component
Eyeball
Spheroid
Royal ball
Spinner in space
Globe
Mars or Venus
Sun or moon
Sovereign symbol
The moon or the sun
Sun or moon, poetically
Spherical body
Planet, poetically
Golden ball
Heavenly body
Scepter adornment
Poet's eye
Regal emblem
Revolver?
Poet's eye
Ball
Fortune telling prop
Poet's globe
Eyeball
Scepter's go-with
Royal ball?
Monarch's symbol
Planet
Ball
Sphere
Mercury or Saturn e.g.
Royal symbol
Symbol of royalty
Tree decoration
Regalia item
Scepter companion
Any planet
Spherical symbol of authority
Christmas bulb
Scepter adornment
Shape of the world
Regalia item
Spheroid
Symbol of sovereignty
Telescopic sighting
The sun for one
Eye
Spinner in space
Mars or Venus
Emblem of sovereignty
Sphere of action
Pluto or Mars
Sun
Planet
Mars, for one
Crystal ball, e.g.
Regal power symbol
Scepter's companion
Royal symbol
Earth is one
Scepter's adjunct
Royal power symbol
Poetical eye
Pluto, e.g.
Eye, in poesy
A marble, for one
Symbol of royalty
Scepter's partner
Sphere; globe
Little globe
Heavenly body
Venus is one
Coronation prop
Eye, to a poet
Symbol of royal power
Neptune or Pluto
"That mighty ___ of song": Wordsworth
Symbol of power
Sun or Earth
Star, to a poet
Sky body
Sphere.
Ganymede, for one
Eye.
Heavenly body.
Globe.
Mars, for example.
Something round
Planet.
Something circular.
Globular body.
Earth.
The earth, for example.
Symbol of regal power.
Symbol of power.
The moon.
Royal symbol.
Circular body.
Sun or moon.
Heavenly sphere.
Celestial body.
Moon.
Spheroid.
The sun.
Encircle: Poet.
Any planet.
Eye: Poet.
Anything round.
Circle: Poet.
Earth is one.
Eye: Poetic.
Encircle.
Optic.
Celestial sphere.
"The ___ of the day," the sun.
Form into globe.
A circular body.
Globe to Shakespeare
Thing held with a scepter
Symbol of power
Spherical symbol
Round object
Moon, to a poet
Kingly symbol
King's sphere
Decorative ball
Christmas ornament, often
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