Word "OVER" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
having come or been brought to a conclusion
Synonyms:
all over, complete, concluded, ended, terminated
Examples:
the affair is over, ended, finished

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
throughout a period of time
Synonyms:
o'er
Examples:
stay over the weekend

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
over the entire area
Synonyms:
all over
Examples:
the wallpaper was covered all over with flowers
she ached all over
everything was dusted over with a fine layer of soot

Crossword Clues for OVER

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Clue Source Date
On top of Universal 15 Nov 2022
Higher than USA Today 14 Nov 2022
Higher bet New York Times 11 Nov 2022
Above The Guardian Quick 10 Nov 2022
Finished Thomas Joseph 10 Nov 2022
Done with Eugene Sheffer 08 Nov 2022
Walkie-talkie message ending Universal 05 Nov 2022
Finito Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2022
Done with Eugene Sheffer 03 Nov 2022
A dog without lead is too much! The Guardian Cryptic 02 Nov 2022
Above Universal 29 Oct 2022
Above USA Today 24 Oct 2022
"Back to you," on a walkie-talkie LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2022
Finished Thomas Joseph 17 Oct 2022
Finished Wall Street Journal 17 Oct 2022
Finished Universal 15 Oct 2022
About — completed The Guardian Quick 14 Oct 2022
Concluded LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2022
Fan missing first part of Test match The Times Cryptic 05 Oct 2022
Finished USA Today 18 Sep 2022
Completed Wall Street Journal 17 Sep 2022
Walkie-talkie word New York Times 15 Sep 2022
Old vicar coming back no more The Times Cryptic 07 Sep 2022
Finished The Telegraph Quick 06 Sep 2022
Above Family Time 05 Sep 2022
Done with Eugene Sheffer 01 Sep 2022
Mind ___ matter Universal 30 Aug 2022
Done with Eugene Sheffer 29 Aug 2022
Word after "blow" or "bowl" Universal 28 Aug 2022
Done with USA Today 28 Aug 2022
See 26 The Guardian Cryptic 18 Aug 2022
Finished; above The Telegraph Quick 17 Aug 2022
At an end Universal 17 Aug 2022
"Your turn," on a walkie-talkie Universal 11 Aug 2022
Eggs __ easy LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2022
Finished The Telegraph Quick 04 Aug 2022
Done Universal 29 Jul 2022
Finished Thomas Joseph 25 Jul 2022
Completed LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2022
At an end USA Today 20 Jul 2022
"___ the Rainbow" Family Time 18 Jul 2022
Finito Universal 04 Jul 2022
No longer into Wall Street Journal 25 Jun 2022
More than Newsday 14 Jun 2022
"Evvie Drake Starts __": novel by Linda Holmes LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2022
In excess of Newsday 13 Jun 2022
'Evvie Drake Starts __': novel by Linda Holmes The Washington Post 13 Jun 2022
At an end USA Today 12 Jun 2022
One side of a bet New York Times 09 Jun 2022
Past its prime, as a fad Wall Street Journal 07 Jun 2022
At an end Wall Street Journal 28 May 2022
Above Canadiana 23 May 2022
"___ the Rainbow" Family Time 16 May 2022
More than Newsday 13 May 2022
All done Newsday 05 May 2022
Head ___ heels USA Today 04 May 2022
Finished The Times Concise 03 May 2022
OTC part Newsday 01 May 2022
During New York Times 30 Apr 2022
All done USA Today 23 Apr 2022
Finished; above The Times Concise 18 Apr 2022
Exceeding Eugene Sheffer 12 Apr 2022
Above Family Time 11 Apr 2022
Under turned upside down? Family Time 10 Apr 2022
Higher than Newsday 05 Apr 2022
Above Newsday 04 Apr 2022
Done with Eugene Sheffer 02 Apr 2022
Done with Universal 28 Mar 2022
Word before "easy" or "budget" Universal 25 Mar 2022
One more time LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2022
One more time The Washington Post 23 Mar 2022
Sweetheart, first to be dumped and done with The Times Cryptic 17 Mar 2022
Finished Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2022
Done The Washington Post 01 Mar 2022
Done LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2022
Mind-matter link The Washington Post 28 Feb 2022
Mind-matter link LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2022
Recovered from Newsday 23 Feb 2022
Done caring about USA Today 17 Feb 2022
Excessively: Pref The Washington Post 16 Feb 2022
Excessively: Pref LA Times Daily 16 Feb 2022
Not still going USA Today 12 Feb 2022
Finished Thomas Joseph 10 Feb 2022
Completed Universal 06 Feb 2022
Exceeding Eugene Sheffer 05 Feb 2022
Higher than Newsday 02 Feb 2022
One way to roll Family Time 31 Jan 2022
All done Newsday 30 Jan 2022
Like a game with a 102-12 score Family Time 30 Jan 2022
Finito USA Today 19 Jan 2022
Finished Thomas Joseph 13 Jan 2022
Situated above The Washington Post Sunday 09 Jan 2022
“Back to you” New York Times 06 Jan 2022
Done New York Times 02 Jan 2022
Exceeding Eugene Sheffer 27 Dec 2021
'Back to you,' on a walkie-talkie USA Today 27 Dec 2021
Common way for a cook to turn? Family Time 12 Dec 2021
No more eggs, by the sound of it The Telegraph Toughie 01 Dec 2021
'___ the Garden Wall' (animated miniseries) The Washington Post Sunday 28 Nov 2021
No longer into Wall Street Journal 27 Nov 2021
Lead-in to “the hill” or “the top” New York Times 23 Nov 2021
No longer into Universal 18 Nov 2021
Done with Eugene Sheffer 15 Nov 2021
At an end Wall Street Journal 06 Nov 2021
Finished Thomas Joseph 03 Nov 2021
Like 11's visionary feature of colonnade? The Guardian Cryptic 27 Oct 2021
Finished Thomas Joseph 21 Oct 2021
More than Universal 14 Oct 2021
“Your turn,” on a walkie-talkie New York Times 13 Oct 2021
Finished up in Rostrevor Irish Times Crosaire 11 Oct 2021
Done with Eugene Sheffer 05 Oct 2021
Above Canadiana 04 Oct 2021
Done with Eugene Sheffer 01 Oct 2021
Finished LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2021
Finished The Washington Post 01 Oct 2021
Done with Eugene Sheffer 23 Sep 2021
Done with Newsday 19 Sep 2021
Finished Thomas Joseph 16 Sep 2021
Done with Eugene Sheffer 14 Sep 2021
Finished Universal 11 Sep 2021
Done with Eugene Sheffer 07 Sep 2021
No longer into Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2021
Finished LA Times Daily 17 Aug 2021
Finished The Washington Post 17 Aug 2021
Head ___ heels Universal 05 Aug 2021
Finished, concluded Irish Times Simplex 02 Aug 2021
More than USA Today 01 Aug 2021
Done with Universal 31 Jul 2021
No longer happening USA Today 27 Jul 2021
Above USA Today 26 Jul 2021
See 1-Down USA Today 24 Jul 2021
History Newsday 23 Jul 2021
Concluded Family Time 19 Jul 2021
Finished float losing hydrogen The Telegraph Toughie 15 Jul 2021
It's concluded and tied up in Rostrevor Irish Times Crosaire 12 Jul 2021
Word with "here" or "and out" Family Time 28 Jun 2021
Set of six bowls, in cricket New York Times 08 Jun 2021
Ended Canadiana 07 Jun 2021
No longer a thing USA Today 06 Jun 2021
Walkie-talkie word Wall Street Journal 05 Jun 2021
Lost the head with spy's disguise as it's superfluous Irish Times Crosaire 28 May 2021
Concluded Universal 28 May 2021
Word after bowl or game The Washington Post Sunday 23 May 2021
Finished Thomas Joseph 11 May 2021
All done USA Today 06 May 2021
Completely finished Family Time 03 May 2021
Finished The Sun Two Speed 03 May 2021
Six balls remaining The Sun Two Speed 03 May 2021
Sick of Universal 02 May 2021
More than USA Today 29 Apr 2021
'Dog Days Are ___' (Florence and the Machine song) USA Today 22 Apr 2021
"Your turn" LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2021
'Your turn' The Washington Post 11 Apr 2021
Finished USA Today 10 Apr 2021
Done with Eugene Sheffer 09 Apr 2021
Finished, concluded Irish Times Simplex 06 Apr 2021
Opener removed from fielding position for spell of bowling The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Apr 2021
Some more volunteers picked up six balls The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Mar 2021
[Turn the page] New York Times 21 Mar 2021
Wrapped up Newsday 19 Mar 2021
Done Jonesin 09 Mar 2021
Finished New York Times 09 Mar 2021
Concluded, as a school play Family Time 08 Mar 2021
Higher than The Telegraph Quick 06 Mar 2021
__ and done with (finished) Newsday 02 Mar 2021
Higher than Newsday 01 Mar 2021
Done New York Times 25 Feb 2021
Concluded Family Time 21 Feb 2021
In excess of Premier Sunday 21 Feb 2021
Superior to Premier Sunday 14 Feb 2021
Remaining deliveries done The Telegraph Toughie 05 Feb 2021
Done with The Washington Post Sunday 24 Jan 2021
Put one __ on: fool The Washington Post 11 Jan 2021
Put one __ on: fool LA Times Daily 11 Jan 2021
Finished; more than The Telegraph Quick 28 Dec 2020
'I'm so ___ it' USA Today 21 Dec 2020
Finished The Washington Post 04 Dec 2020
Finished LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2020
Opposite of under Family Time 29 Nov 2020
Having moved on from New York Times 27 Nov 2020
No longer into Wall Street Journal 19 Nov 2020
Write articles about dismissing leader when finished The Telegraph Toughie 12 Nov 2020
Above USA Today 09 Nov 2020
Greater than Universal 07 Nov 2020
No longer bothered by Universal 30 Oct 2020
Cry ___ spilled milk Universal 20 Oct 2020
Across The Times Concise 19 Oct 2020
End of a walkie-talkie transmission Family Time 11 Oct 2020
Mind ___ matter Universal 06 Oct 2020
'Your turn,' in radio lingo New York Times 06 Oct 2020
Above Family Time 27 Sep 2020
Above Newsday 21 Sep 2020
One way to roll Family Time 21 Sep 2020
'Boys ___ Flowers' USA Today 19 Sep 2020
U-turn from "under" Family Time 14 Sep 2020
*Capital of Delaware The Washington Post Sunday 13 Sep 2020
At an end Universal 09 Sep 2020
Period in cricket done The Sun Two Speed 01 Sep 2020
"___ and out" Universal 27 Aug 2020
More than Universal 26 Aug 2020
___ the moon (thrilled) Universal 06 Aug 2020
On top of New York Times 03 Aug 2020
Almost clear up The Sun Two Speed 03 Aug 2020
More than Newsday 28 Jul 2020
Rake ___ the coals Universal 28 Jul 2020
Word after bowl or blow LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2020
Word after bowl or blow The Washington Post 17 Jul 2020
No longer a fan of Jonesin 14 Jul 2020
All __ again (one more time) Newsday 14 Jul 2020
Higher than Universal 10 Jul 2020
In excess of Wall Street Journal 09 Jul 2020
What a show is when it has ended Family Time 06 Jul 2020
Finished Premier Sunday 05 Jul 2020
No longer emotionally invested in Universal 26 Jun 2020
Walkie-talkie sign-off Universal 15 Jun 2020
___ and done with Universal 09 Jun 2020
Done with USA Today 07 Jun 2020
Not loving anymore New York Times 04 Jun 2020
Above New York Times 01 Jun 2020
"___ the Rainbow" Universal 29 May 2020
The boss of New York Times 28 May 2020
Wrapped up USA Today 27 May 2020
Recovered from Newsday 17 May 2020
Finished Universal 15 May 2020
In excess of Newsday 15 May 2020
Canceled USA Today 12 May 2020
End of a walkie-talkie message Universal 06 May 2020
Wrapped up LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2020
Wrapped up The Washington Post 30 Apr 2020
[see other side] Newsday 29 Apr 2020
___ the moon (delighted) Universal 27 Apr 2020
Mind-matter link The Washington Post 20 Apr 2020
Mind-matter link LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2020
Exceeding LA Times Daily 16 Apr 2020
Exceeding The Washington Post 16 Apr 2020
Finished; above The Times Concise 10 Apr 2020
Word before "the Rainbow" or "the moon" Universal 07 Apr 2020
Walkie-talkie word LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2020
Walkie-talkie word The Washington Post 07 Apr 2020
Hovering above Family Time 06 Apr 2020
Finished Wall Street Journal 30 Mar 2020
Up above Newsday 25 Mar 2020
Above Universal 23 Mar 2020
Exceeding Newsday 19 Mar 2020
No longer obsessed by Newsday 08 Mar 2020
No longer invested in USA Today 07 Mar 2020
Finished
Control tower word Wall Street Journal 01 Feb 2020
Six balls The Times Concise 27 Dec 2019
No longer obsessed with USA Today 21 Dec 2019
Once more Universal 19 Dec 2019
Cancelled USA Today 05 Dec 2019
In charge of USA Today 09 Nov 2019
OTC part USA Today 04 Nov 2019
Superior to, at work USA Today 25 Oct 2019
(see other side) USA Today 16 Oct 2019
See 67- or 69-Across The Washington Post 04 Oct 2019
See 67- or 69-Across LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2019
At an end Wall Street Journal 01 Oct 2019
See 68-Across USA Today 30 Sep 2019
[see other side] USA Today 28 Sep 2019
See 54-Across Universal 28 Sep 2019
"___ and out!" Universal 11 Sep 2019
'Your turn,' on a walkie-talkie New York Times 09 Sep 2019
Bowling spell finished The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Sep 2019
Finished crossing The Sun Two Speed 14 Aug 2019
Six-ball cricket period The Sun Two Speed 14 Aug 2019
No longer interested in Universal 12 Aug 2019
See 36-Across Premier Sunday 28 Jul 2019
'Your turn, fellow trucker' The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jul 2019
One way to roll? Family Time 15 Jul 2019
With 58-Down, runny egg style Universal 15 Jul 2019
A way to roll Family Time 14 Jul 2019
Head-heels connector Universal 04 Jul 2019
"Get __ it!" LA Times Daily 03 Jul 2019
'Get __ it!' The Washington Post 03 Jul 2019
"Your turn to speak" on the radio? Family Time 01 Jul 2019
Complete New York Times 26 Jun 2019
No longer hung up on LA Times Daily 10 Jun 2019
No longer hung up on The Washington Post 10 Jun 2019
Not under Family Time 02 Jun 2019
Completed New York Times 22 May 2019
Mind-matter connector USA Today 21 May 2019
Word after blow or bowl USA Today 03 May 2019
It may precede 'copy' New York Times 26 Apr 2019
Broken off Universal 24 Apr 2019
Nervous with no sun above Irish Times Crosaire 24 Apr 2019
(Flip the page) USA Today 20 Apr 2019
Radioer's 'Your turn' USA Today 15 Apr 2019
Eggs ___ easy Universal 05 Apr 2019
A thing of the past Newsday 28 Mar 2019
Done with LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2019
Done with The Washington Post 25 Mar 2019
See 56-Across USA Today 17 Mar 2019
No longer going on Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2019
Done with Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2019
Above The Washington Post 12 Mar 2019
Done Universal 12 Mar 2019
Above LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2019
Turn __ a new leaf Newsday 04 Mar 2019
Under's opposite Family Time 24 Feb 2019
Finally completed Family Time 11 Feb 2019
No longer happening USA Today 30 Jan 2019
Word in an eggs order USA Today 26 Jan 2019
Done Newsday 24 Jan 2019
No longer bothered by New York Times 13 Jan 2019
See 37-Across USA Today 09 Jan 2019
Finished The Times Concise 08 Jan 2019
With 58-Down, runny egg style
Done with
Finished
[see other side]
It may precede "copy"
OTC part
See 56-Across
___ the moon (thrilled)
Complete
Word after blow or bowl
Above
No longer happening
"___ and out!"
Head-heels connector
"Your turn," on a walkie-talkie
At an end
Done with
Finished
"Get __ it!"
(see other side)
Finished
No longer interested in
No longer bothered by
Done
No longer going on
See 54-Across
Mind-matter connector
Superior to, at work
See 37-Across
Finito
Broken off
Eggs ___ easy
See 68-Across
(Flip the page)
No longer hung up on
Completed
Word in an eggs order
See 67- or 69-Across
"Your turn," on CBs Universal 22 Dec 2018
Way to turn the page? Universal 13 Dec 2018
Done Wall Street Journal 11 Dec 2018
No longer hung up on USA Today 09 Dec 2018
More than; finished The Times Concise 04 Dec 2018
U-turn from under Family Time 19 Nov 2018
At an end USA Today 02 Nov 2018
Finished The Telegraph Quick 05 Oct 2018
See 36-Across New York Times 25 Sep 2018
Division of play in cricket Irish Times Simplex 08 Sep 2018
Mind ___ matter The Washington Post Sunday 22 Jul 2018
Sign off for hams Universal 17 Jul 2018
Cut off Newsday 15 Jul 2018
A thing of the past Wall Street Journal 11 Jul 2018
Finished Jonesin 10 Jul 2018
Through all parts of Newsday 08 Jul 2018
Concluded Wall Street Journal 03 Jul 2018
Partner of 'done with' The Washington Post 04 Jun 2018
Partner of "done with" LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2018
No longer into Universal 03 Jun 2018
Wrapped up Wall Street Journal 22 May 2018
'Your turn,' to a walkie-talkie user The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 May 2018
"Come" or "take" starter Universal 03 May 2018
Outranking Universal 29 Apr 2018
Finished Newsday 26 Apr 2018
5-Across, with respect to this answer's location New York Times 26 Apr 2018
In command of USA Today 15 Apr 2018
So last year, as a fad New York Times 19 Mar 2018
Concluded The Washington Post Sunday 18 Mar 2018
[continued] New York Times 11 Mar 2018
At an end Newsday 20 Feb 2018
At an end Premier Sunday 11 Feb 2018
On top of; finished The Telegraph Quick 30 Jan 2018
(See other side) LA Times Daily 15 Jan 2018
(See other side) The Washington Post 15 Jan 2018
" ___ the Rainbow" Universal 09 Jan 2018
Some of the controversy is ancient history Irish Times Crosaire 04 Jan 2018
Higher than
Outranking
Sign off for hams
Way to turn the page?
At an end
In charge of
In command of
[continued]
No longer into
On top of
"Your turn," on CBs
"Come" or "take" starter
" ___ the Rainbow"
See 36-Across
So last year, as a fad
"Your turn"
(See other side)
Partner of "done with"
Wrapped up
No longer hung up on
No longer obsessed with
A thing of the past
Concluded
Done
Wrapped up
"Your turn," to a walkie-talkie user
Concluded
5-Across, with respect to this answer's location
"Your turn," on a CB Universal 22 Dec 2017
No longer in love with USA Today 21 Dec 2017
Hammy sign-off Universal 15 Dec 2017
Done LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2017
Done The Washington Post 13 Dec 2017
No longer happening Newsday 28 Nov 2017
'Your turn,' to a walkie-talkie user New York Times 20 Nov 2017
'___ here!' The Washington Post Sunday 19 Nov 2017
Part 5 today's quote Canadiana 13 Nov 2017
Outranking Newsday 26 Oct 2017
Past caring about USA Today 23 Oct 2017
Finished some cricket The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Oct 2017
Dun New York Times 12 Oct 2017
No longer caring about USA Today 09 Oct 2017
and 21 Across: Having seen better days, good morning interrupts obvious suffering The Telegraph Toughie 06 Oct 2017
All wrapped up Newsday 03 Sep 2017
Higher than Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2017
Through with New York Times 20 Aug 2017
CBer's punctuation The Washington Post 01 Jul 2017
CBer's punctuation LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2017
No more New York Times 30 Jun 2017
"Roger, ___ and out" Universal 28 Jun 2017
Heading away from Channel port to the other side The Times Cryptic 13 Jun 2017
Spanning Newsday 11 Jun 2017
Completed The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 May 2017
Walkie-talkie user's word Universal 23 Mar 2017
Completed deliveries at Old Trafford The Times Cryptic 28 Feb 2017
"Get ___ it!" Universal 24 Feb 2017
Part of an order for eggs New York Times 22 Feb 2017
Word that ends radio messages Universal 13 Feb 2017
Through The Washington Post 04 Feb 2017
Done with Universal 01 Feb 2017
Done Thomas Joseph 07 Jan 2017
Like a too-high bid on 37-Across Universal 02 Jan 2017
Past caring about
Hammy sign-off
Above
"Your turn," on a CB
"Roger, ___ and out"
"Get ___ it!"
Done
CBer's punctuation
Like a too-high bid on 37-Across
Through with
Part of an order for eggs
No more
Dun
"Your turn," to a walkie-talkie user
No longer caring about
No longer in love with
Completed
Characters in labour of love remembered when it's finished Irish Times Crosaire 29 Dec 2016
No longer happening The Washington Post 26 Dec 2016
No longer stuck on USA Today 16 Dec 2016
"Back to you" USA Today 03 Dec 2016
On top of the bowling unit The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Nov 2016
All finished Newsday 24 Nov 2016
See 45-Across Wall Street Journal 19 Nov 2016
No longer stuck on New York Times 11 Nov 2016
No longer a fan of Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2016
No longer bothered by Wall Street Journal 28 Oct 2016
'Your turn to talk,' on radio New York Times 19 Oct 2016
Transcending Newsday 16 Oct 2016
[see other side] LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2016
Completed Wall Street Journal 11 Oct 2016
No longer pining for USA Today 03 Oct 2016
High, as a guess New York Times 08 Sep 2016
Ham radio punctuation USA Today 04 Sep 2016
Radioer's "back to you" USA Today 19 Aug 2016
___ the top New York Times 14 Aug 2016
Exceeding The Guardian Quick 05 Aug 2016
No longer hung up on Universal 26 Jul 2016
"Your turn," to a CBer USA Today 10 Jul 2016
Superior to, at work The Washington Post 09 Jul 2016
Superior to USA Today 15 Jun 2016
In the strike zone New York Times 09 Jun 2016
In charge of Universal 31 May 2016
Again Universal 28 May 2016
"Back to you," in CBspeak LA Times Daily 17 May 2016
Greater than Premier Sunday 15 May 2016
Outranking Premier Sunday 17 Apr 2016
In the strike zone Universal 16 Apr 2016
See 24 Across The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Apr 2016
In excess of Universal 26 Mar 2016
All done Universal 17 Mar 2016
Start for do or due USA Today 05 Mar 2016
Far from under Universal 24 Feb 2016
Higher than Premier Sunday 14 Feb 2016
Higher than The Washington Post 11 Feb 2016
"Awaiting your reply" USA Today 06 Feb 2016
Finished Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2016
Walkie-talkie word USA Today 22 Jan 2016
No more balls The Telegraph Toughie 08 Jan 2016
Partner of 'out' The Washington Post 02 Jan 2016
Done with
___ the top
"___ the Rainbow"
High, as a guess
In the strike zone
"Awaiting your reply"
Again
Walkie-talkie word
No longer pining for
No longer stuck on
"Back to you," in CBspeak
In charge of
Superior to
Radioer's "back to you"
No longer stuck on
No longer hung up on
"Your turn to talk," on radio
"Back to you"
"Your turn," to a CBer
Lennon and Ono's 'Happy Xmas (War Is ___)' Wall Street Journal 24 Dec 2015
Radio-message ender USA Today 05 Dec 2015
Another time New York Times 02 Dec 2015
Key word #1 New York Times 29 Nov 2015
'I'm ___ it' New York Times 25 Nov 2015
Ham word Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2015
Walkie-talkie 'punctuation' The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Nov 2015
All done Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2015
Walkie-talkie word Universal 30 Oct 2015
More than six balls The Sun Two Speed 24 Oct 2015
Above The Sun Two Speed 24 Oct 2015
Walkie-talkie message ender Jonesin 20 Oct 2015
"Roger, ___ and out!" USA Today 31 Aug 2015
Responsible for maiden? The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Aug 2015
"___ the Rainbow" USA Today 16 Aug 2015
Above; finished The Times Concise 14 Aug 2015
Concluded LA Times Daily 30 Jul 2015
"Your turn" Universal 19 Jul 2015
Again Newsday 03 Jul 2015
Partner of out LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2015
In charge of Newsday 27 Jun 2015
No longer interested in New York Times 03 Jun 2015
Done with Canadiana 25 May 2015
This puzzle's theme word Universal 25 May 2015
Surpassing Newsday 24 May 2015
Certain wager New York Times 23 May 2015
Through LA Times Daily 09 May 2015
In preference to New York Times 02 May 2015
No longer bothered by Newsday 10 Apr 2015
Concluded Newsday 26 Mar 2015
Ancient history that could be all spin The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Mar 2015
"Your turn," to a CB-er Universal 20 Mar 2015
Redundant partner of "done with" USA Today 10 Mar 2015
Control tower word Universal 04 Mar 2015
Wrapped up The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Feb 2015
Now wrapped up Newsday 06 Feb 2015
*TC New York Times 03 Feb 2015
Completed deliveries The Telegraph Toughie 03 Feb 2015
Higher in authority USA Today 05 Jan 2015
Again
Broken up
Finished
Wrapped up
Walkie-talkie "punctuation"
Wrapped up
"___ the Rainbow"
Bowl or blow follower
Done
Finished
No longer happening
No longer obsessed with
Through
Concluded
Partner of out
Through
Above
Concluded
Exceeding
Higher than
In charge of
More than
No longer bothered by
No longer happening
Now wrapped up
Surpassing
Transcending
Wrapped up
[see other side]
"I'm ___ it"
*TC
Another time
Certain wager
In preference to
Key word #1
No longer interested in
All done
"Your turn"
"Your turn," to a CB-er
Control tower word
This puzzle's theme word
Walkie-talkie word
"Roger, ___ and out!"
"___ the Rainbow"
Above
Higher in authority
Radio-message ender
Redundant partner of "done with"
Ham word
Lennon and Ono's "Happy Xmas (War Is ___)"
Never ever ever getting back together with
Two-way-radio word
"Bridge ___ Troubled Water"
Once more
All finished
In preference to
In excess of
Hovering above
Finished
Discontinued
Completed
Walkie-talkie user's word
Done with
Again
Kaput
Supervising
Spanning
More than
More than
In excess of
CBer's "Back to you"
In excess of
Finished
Alice in Chains "___ Now"
Ended or terminated
In the past
Dreaded word on "The Price Is Right"
Finished for good
Florence and the Machine "Dog Days Are ___"
George Thorogood "Move It On ___"
Oz, in relation to the rainbow
___-the-counter stocks
Hall & Oates "Starting All ___ Again"
Maroon 5 album "Hands All ___"
Choice on a gambling line
Melissa Etheridge "I Want to Come ___"
Stones "It's All ___ Now"
Eagles "Hell Freezes ___"
All finished
Finito
Once more
CB sign-off
Removing lid from lover's set of six bowls (6)
One more time
A thing of the past
"Eww, gross, no, we are soooo ___"
Word at the bottom of a page, perhaps
In excess of
No longer enamored of
___ and done with
See 59-Down
"___ the Hills and Far Away"
Billy Joel "Blonde ___ Blue"
Final Jimmy Eat World jam?
"Back to you," in radio talk
"Message complete"
Ended, as a TV show
Ham's word?
On the high side, as a guess
Partner of "done with"
Walkie-talkie user's word
[Continued on next page]
All through
Final Jimmy Eat World song?
Partner of "done with"
Van Halen "The Dream is ___"
In excess of
On top of
Terminated
__ and done with
No longer happening
Eggs __ easy
CBer's "Your turn"
"Back to you"
Exceeding
Kaput
Done
See 8-Down
Ham's word?
Concluded
A way to turn
Eggs __ easy
No longer happening
Walkie-talkie message ending
See 28-Down
"It's a little ___" (deli counter worker's comment at the scale)
Recovered from, as a cold
CBer's "Your turn"
Kiss "Rock and Roll ___"
See 91-Down
Finito
Ham's handoff
Outranking
Done with
Through
Partner of "done with"
One way to roll
Lead-in for "sees" or "seas"
"I've finished," on a radio
"Now you speak"
Completed
With 124-Across yonder,
"Don't Dream It's ___"
Eagles "Get ___ It"
King's X "___ My Head"
Going on no more
Out of love with
"Your turn to talk"
At an end
Done
Finis
Finished
Higher than
Prefix missing from the starred clues
So last year, as a fad
Walkie-talkie word
Word with cast and shadow
"Your turn," in radiospeak
John Lennon "Happy Christmas (War Is ___)"
"___ the Rainbow" ("The Wizard of Oz" tune)
Above
Atop
No longer in love with
Kaput
Like failed relationships
No longer in love with
Of higher rank than
Radio-message ender
Beyond
Out's sign-off partner
Upside down
"Your turn to talk"
At an end
Finis
Higher than
Prefix missing from the starred clues
So last year, as a fad
Walkie-talkie word
Word with cast and shadow
At an end
Ended
Pilot's "Back to you"
In the past
Throughout
Wrapped up
Mind-matter connector
"Back to you," in radio talk
Ancient history
Greater than
Spanning
"Back to you," in radio talk
___-the-counter
Ham's final word
Exceeding
Concluded
___ easy (eggs order)
Walkie-talkie message ending
"Your turn," in radio lingo
"I've finished," on a radio
Not cool anymore
[Turn the page]
You may read it before turning a page
Partner of out
Page-bottom directive
In excess of
In charge of
In excess of
Like losing bids on "The Price Is Right"
___ the Hills and Far Away
Done with
[Turn the page]
You may read it before turning a page
Page-bottom directive
In charge of
No longer carrying a torch for
Through
No longer disturbed by
Just a memory now
Done
"I am so ___ that jerk!"
Higher than
See 53-Down
"Awaiting your reply"
"Roger, ___ and out!"
"Your turn" to a CBer
Lead-in for "sees" or "seas"
Partner of above
Redundant partner of "done with"
Control tower word
Radio operator's word
Transmission closer
[continued on the other side]
Terminated
Part of OTC
Finito
[see other side]
Superior to
No longer hooked on
All done
Word after blow or bowl
No longer bothered by
History
Hand-fist connection
Greater than
Dreaded word on "The Price Is Right"
Again
No longer hooked on
[see other side]
Through
Superior to
No longer hung up on
All done
Walkie-talkie word
Hand-fist connector?
___ easy
[Turn the page]
See 19-Across
Located above
See 68-Across
Superior to
Word preceding or following "lay"
[see other side]
Word after bind or bend
In charge of
Much-repeated word in air traffic control
Walkie-talkie word
Lead-in for sees or seas
Hand-fist connector
"Your turn to speak"
Eggs ___ easy
"Get ___ it!"
Concluded
Radioer's "Back to you"
"__ the Rainbow"
Radioer's "Back to you"
Lead-in for sees or seas
Done
Recovered from
Wrapped up
"Your turn," in radio talk
"Continued on the other side"
Finito
History, so to speak
I'm ___ it" ("I've moved on")
Transmission ending
Finito
More than
Superior to
Above
Hand-fist connector
From the top
Complete
Word with "easy" or "a barrel"
No longer mourning
Ham word
Relative of Roger
In the past
"___ and out"
Done with
Eggs ___ easy
Frequent word from ham operators
On the high side, as a guess
Radioer's word
Ham's relinquishing word
With 19-Across, a common egg order
In the past
Recovered from
Wrapped up
"Bullets ___ Broadway" (1994 Woody Allen movie)
No longer mourning
___-the-hill
All through
Finito
Recovered from
Upside down
No longer thinking about
Once more or no more
See other side
Walkie-talkie message ending
Word with "active" or "drive"
"Reply completed," to a ham operator
Above
1964 Dave Clark Five song "Glad All ___"
"Your turn," in radiospeak
No longer in doubt
Of higher rank than
"Back to you"
Radio word
"Your turn to speak"
Superior to
Word with "lord" or "board"
Above
Covering
Like failed relationships
Kaput
Continued on the other side
Completed
Exceeding
All done
See 32 Down
Word with "roger"
Wrapped up
Outranking
"Back to you"
All through
Hand-fist connector
CBer's term
"__ and out": CB sign-off
[see other side]
Across
See 60-Down
"__ and out": CB sign-off
CBer's term
Hand-fist connector
On top of
Anew
Concluded
Ham's "period"
Superior to
Finito
In charge of
On top of
Opening word of "The Caisson Song"
Through
Above
Done with
More than
Recovered from, as a cold
End of a walkie-talkie transmission
Finito
CBer's segue
Word with lord or board
Word with throw or turn
CBer's sign-off
Done's partner
Ham operator's segue
No longer disturbed by
Radio message ending
At an end
Finished
Radio-message "period"
Scrambled alternative
[see other side]
__ the hill
__-the-counter
"__ and out"
"Your turn," to a CBer
"Your turn," in communications
More than
Recovered from, as a cold
[continued on the other side]
Walkie-talkie word
Partner of "out"
In the past
During
All done
"Back to you"
"Back to you" in radiospeak
Eggs order
Ham's word
No more
Superior to
See 61-Across
See 71-Across
With 71-Across, one way to cook eggs
___-the-top (extravagant)
Kaput
Superior to
"Back to you"
In excess of
Through
Throughout
See 40-Down
No longer concerned about
Word preceding or following lay
Above and beyond
Out's partner
"Get ___ it!"
During
Again
Transmission ender
Start to take?
Page-bottom direction
Above partner
All through
CBer's "Back to you"
"__ the Rainbow"
Last word?
See 71-Across
Higher in authority
In excess of
With 71-Across, one way to cook eggs
"__ the Rainbow"
Lead-in for come and take
All done!
Ham's word
Completed
"Your turn," in communications
In charge of
Ham's relinquishing word
More than
"Your turn"
Done with
CB segue
A way to turn
"Roger; ___ and out"
Finished
"Awaiting your reply"
"Back to you"
Page-bottom direction
Past
__ the top
__ the top
Past
Page-bottom direction
Ended
Concluded
"Back to you"
"Awaiting your reply"
Done
___-the-counter
See 5-Down
Of higher rank than
See 13-Down
Complete
Egg order
Radioer's word
Sparks' word
Walkie-talkie word
Starter for lord or board
Word heard on the ham radio
Start for do or due
Prefix with hear or heat
No longer stuck on
Kaput
More than
With 1-Down, fried egg order
Hand-fist link
"Your turn" to a CBer
"Roger, ___ and out"
See 21-Across
Out's partner
Kaput
Finito
Finished
Atop
All done
Terminated
Start to take?
Ham's punctuation
Cohan's "_____There"
Cohan's "___ There"
Beyond
(See other side)
"Your turn," in communications
[more beyond this page]
Finished
Partner of above
Finito
Again
Above's partner
"I'm finished talking," to a radio operator
Looking down on
Ham's sign-off
CBer's "Your turn to talk"
Across
Higher in the hierarchy than
In a superior position, relatively
"Back to you"
Head -- heels
Done
'Glad All --' ('64 hit)
Partner of above
Finito
Again
Done
Eggs order
Out's partner
In command of
CBer's "your turn"
Transmission ender
Eggs order
All done with
Sunnyside up alternative
In excess of
Finito
Settled
On top of
CB radio word
Radio word
In excess of
Partner of above
Ended
Done
Transmission closer
Outranking
[See other side]
'Glad All _____ ('64 hit)'
Higher than
Finished
"___ the Rainbow"
CBer's word
Eggs order
Ended
Eggs order
Put one ___
___ there
Eggs order
No longer hung up on
Done or flow starter
Oz, in relation to the rainbow
Above
With 45-Down, words after "Pssst!"
Concluded
Above the usual
"Message complete"
More than
Radio message ender
Lead-in or follow-up for come and take
No longer in love with
Kaput
Page-bottom instruction
Eggs ___ easy
Completed
"Your turn," to a CBer
Once again
___ and above
History, with its
"Your turn," in communications
Finis
Word with night or sight
Precedes shadow and night
"Your turn," to a 5-Down
"___ There"
In charge of
"Moon _____ Miami"
Word to a C.B. operator
Across
Ended
Ham radio word
Beyond
[see other side]
Done
CBer.s go ahead!
Across
Surpassing
Through
Past
Same definition as 30 Down
Walkie-talkie punctuation
Past
Message ender
Lapsed
"Your turn"
Through
___ easy: egg order
___ a barrel
"Your turn," to a ham
Finished
Afresh
___ the hill: past one's prime
Looking down on
Kaput
Finsihed
Excessive
Anxious start
"___ and out"
"The Party's ___"
"Moon ___ Miami"
___ easy (eggs order)
___ and done with
Wrapped up
Surpassing in rank
Kaput
"Your turn," in radio lingo
"I'm done transmitting"
-- with: done
Kitchen fixture
Superior to
Done
After take or make
Finito
Redundant partner of "done with"
Start for do or due
Time starter
Dispatcher's word
Higher in rank
Word before cast or charge
[Continued on next page]
Precedes shoot and match
Get ____ it!
Bearing leader
"Roger, ___ and out!"
Word after "roger"
No longer thinking about
Ham's punctuation
Out's partner
Consummated
"Your turn to talk"
Finito
Atop
"The game isn't___...": Yogi Berra
Cohan tune: ____ There
History
Complete
Go ___ (exceed)
Cohan's "___There"
Before throw but after once
CBer's end-of-message word
Covering
Fini
Hovering
___ There
Beyond
"Your turn,” via radio
Upside down
Sort of shoe
Walkie-talkie message ending
Once more or no more
By means of
Word ending a radio announcement
Transcending
In a managerial position to
Ended
"Reply completed," to a ham operator
Wireless word
Seas or sees lead-in
Terminated
" . . . ___ a four-leaf clover"
Ham's sentence ender
Having a surplus
Cohan's "___ There"
Priestley's "Johnson ___ Jordan"
Excessive
Across
Before sleep or state
Across the plate
___ and out
Word denoting excess
Through
Charge or tax preceder
Consummated
Extra
Topping
Anagram for rove
Ham's coda
Ham's word
Surplus word
Word at the bottom of a page
Once again
Again
For the duration of
Message ending on a two-way radio
Word with land or seas
Concluded
Word preceded by more
Atop
Ham's "Your turn"
CB word
"___ There"
Once ___ lightly
Done
On the other side
"All ___," Albee play
"One Flew ___ . . . "
Take ___ (assume control)
Between mind and matter
Word with time or throw
With 67 Across, provided money or supplies
Word with eat or feed
Turn ___ a new leaf
Eggs-order word
"Moon ___ Miami," 1935 song
"___ the Rainbow," 1939 song
Ham's finale
" . . . the rain is ___ and gone"
At an end
Prefix for head or lap
Higher in rank
Word with due or bearing
Surplus
Kind of head
Superior
Above's companion
Above's partner
All ___ (done)
___ the hill
In surplus
Ham operator's word
"Somewhere ___ the rainbow . . . "
Roger's partner
Partner of Roger
Roger's companion
Cricket term
"Roger and ___"
"___ the fence is out"
Concluded.
"___ the sea to Skye."
Done.
Extra.
Radio term.
Remaining.
Completed.
On the other side.
Again.
Anew.
Done with.
Exceeding
Fini.
Finished.
In excess.
More than.
Word with land or sea
Across.
Partner of above.
In charge of.
In authority.
Beyond.
Up and across.
Terminated.
Past.
"___ and out."
Partner of out.
Complete.
Above's partner.
Through.
Higher.
Once ___ lightly.
Word after Roger.
Word used with pop and turn.
Word in radiotelephony
Surplus.
Follower of "Roger."
Once more.
Another time.
Word associated with "roger."
On the other side of.
Concerning.
Companion of above.
Up to and including.
"___ There."
Upside down.
Throughout.
Word after "Roger."
Superior.
During.
"___ the Rainbow."
Across the plate.
Above.
From beginning to end.
At an end.
Too much.
Wireless signal word.
Continued on the other side.
Until after.
___ there.
Radiotelephony word.
Corollary of "Roger."
Companion of "Wilco" and "Roger."
Upon.
All through.
A strike.
Along the course of.
To the other side.
Six balls in cricket.
More than enough.
Superior to.
Intercom cue.
Beyond the norm.
Exceeding.
Higher than
Go ___ (exceed)
Finished
"___ my dead body!"
Quip, part 5
Past the scheduled stop time
Hovering above
High above
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