Word "PARIS" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the capital and largest city of France; and international center of culture and commerce
Synonyms:
capital of france, city of light, french capital

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
sometimes placed in subfamily Trilliaceae
Synonyms:
genus paris

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a town in northeastern Texas

Crossword Clues for PARIS

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The Louvre's city USA Today 23 Sep 2022
Musée d'Orsay city LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2022
Louvre locale Thomas Joseph 31 Aug 2022
Birthplace of Molière and Voltaire Wall Street Journal 30 Aug 2022
Average individual's capital The Telegraph Cryptic 18 Jul 2022
Father, gentleman going round capital city The Times Cryptic 15 Jul 2022
Capital of France USA Today 08 Jun 2022
European capital with a baguette-baking competition Universal 29 May 2022
European capital where "Amelie" is set Universal 16 Apr 2022
Capital where Emma Watson was born USA Today 06 Apr 2022
French home of Lacoste Universal 04 Apr 2022
'A moveable feast,' to Hemingway The Washington Post 11 Feb 2022
"A moveable feast," to Hemingway LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2022
2024 Summer Games city The Washington Post Sunday 23 Jan 2022
Setting for “La Bohème” New York Times 08 Jan 2022
2024 Olympics host New York Times 02 Jan 2022
Climate Accords city USA Today 17 Dec 2021
French capital LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2021
Sorbonne setting Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2021
Place de la Bastille location Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2021
Churchgoers not wholly in European city The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Sep 2021
''Mona Lisa'' home Newsday 15 Aug 2021
City of Love ... and the Louvre Universal 10 Aug 2021
European capital The Times Concise 19 Jul 2021
The Louvre city USA Today 17 Jul 2021
Church district not completely in capital The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Jun 2021
Louvre location Thomas Joseph 08 May 2021
The Sorbonne's city Universal 26 Apr 2021
Seine city Eugene Sheffer 24 Feb 2021
Where ''Les Miz'' premiered Newsday 31 Jan 2021
Arc de Triomphe city Newsday 17 Jan 2021
Monet's birthplace Newsday 03 Jan 2021
Capital of France Universal 06 Dec 2020
Centre Pompidou setting Wall Street Journal 28 Nov 2020
Seine capital The Sun Two Speed 19 Nov 2020
Pairs to split in French city The Sun Two Speed 19 Nov 2020
Champs-Elysees city USA Today 01 Nov 2020
Capital of France The Telegraph Quick 28 Sep 2020
Arc de Triomphe locale Universal 17 Sep 2020
Is below standard for a European capital The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Aug 2020
2015 climate-accord city The New Yorker 11 May 2020
Arc de Triomphe city USA Today 09 Apr 2020
Host of the 2024 Olympics USA Today 06 Apr 2020
Endless church district in city The Sun Two Speed 25 Mar 2020
City on the Seine The Sun Two Speed 25 Mar 2020
Seine straddler Thomas Joseph 19 Mar 2020
Climate agreement city
Eiffel Tower setting Thomas Joseph 16 Dec 2019
The Louvre's city Universal 09 Dec 2019
Capital on the Seine The Sun Two Speed 07 Dec 2019
City's endless church district The Sun Two Speed 07 Dec 2019
Arch of Triumph locale USA Today 11 Nov 2019
Home to Notre Dame USA Today 08 Nov 2019
City that Anne Rice called 'a universe whole and entire unto herself, hollowed and fashioned by history' The Washington Post Sunday 03 Nov 2019
Home of Chanel and Cartier
Home of Chanel and Cartier New York Times 23 Oct 2019
Moulin Rouge city USA Today 19 Oct 2019
Voltaire's birthplace Newsday 22 Sep 2019
River dividing Pisa meanders out of European capital Irish Times Crosaire 16 Sep 2019
Moulin Rouge locale Newsday 25 Aug 2019
Arc de Triomphe's city Universal 09 Jun 2019
Eiffel Tower city Thomas Joseph 06 May 2019
French capital The Times Concise 25 Apr 2019
Pompidou Center setting Wall Street Journal 20 Apr 2019
Jardin des Tuileries setting Wall Street Journal 17 Apr 2019
Pairs to split in French capital The Sun Two Speed 28 Feb 2019
"The Phantom of the Opera" setting LA Times Daily 11 Jan 2019
'The Phantom of the Opera' setting The Washington Post 11 Jan 2019
Moulin Rouge city
Pompidou Center setting
"The Phantom of the Opera" setting
Jardin des Tuileries setting
Arc de Triomphe's city
French capital The Sun Two Speed 03 Nov 2018
Hilton in European capital? The Sun Two Speed 03 Nov 2018
Setting for 'The Sun Also Rises' The Chronicle of Higher Education 02 Nov 2018
"___, Je T'aime" (2006 omnibus film) The New Yorker 29 Oct 2018
Romeo's rival The Washington Post 29 Oct 2018
Romeo's rival LA Times Daily 29 Oct 2018
Arch of Triumph city USA Today 06 Oct 2018
Sorbonne setting Thomas Joseph 29 Sep 2018
'Les Miserables' city USA Today 13 Sep 2018
City awarded the 2024 Summer Olympic Games LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2018
City awarded the 2024 Summer Olympic Games The Washington Post 01 Jul 2018
Pompidou Center location Wall Street Journal 16 Jun 2018
Capital city of Europe Wall Street Journal 10 May 2018
Capital city's endless church district The Sun Two Speed 05 Apr 2018
"Can-Can" city USA Today 10 Mar 2018
French capital The Telegraph Quick 18 Feb 2018
City on the Seine Thomas Joseph 19 Jan 2018
Capital of France Newsday 16 Jan 2018
Responsibility of minister cut in foreign capital The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Jan 2018
Louvre setting Thomas Joseph 09 Jan 2018
Setting for "The Sun Also Rises"
Romeo's rival
City awarded the 2024 Summer Olympic Games
Pompidou Center location
Capital city of Europe
Arch of Triumph city
"Les Miserables" city
Locale for much of 'The Da Vinci Code' New York Times 20 Oct 2017
French capital Newsday 17 Oct 2017
"Les Miserables" city USA Today 02 Oct 2017
'The Phantom of the Opera' city New York Times 26 Sep 2017
Plaster of ___ Universal 09 Sep 2017
Musée d'Orsay city LA Times Daily 31 Aug 2017
Musée d'Orsay city The Washington Post 31 Aug 2017
Capital SW of Brussels LA Times Daily 27 Aug 2017
Capital SW of Brussels The Washington Post 27 Aug 2017
Louvre locale Thomas Joseph 26 Jul 2017
Chanel's home Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2017
2015 climate accord city New York Times 19 Jun 2017
Plaster of ___ The Chronicle of Higher Education 05 May 2017
Helen of Troy's abductor USA Today 16 Apr 2017
World capital whose motto is 'Fluctuat nec mergitur' (Latin for 'It is tossed but does not sink') New York Times 06 Apr 2017
City of Lights Universal 25 Mar 2017
Quasimodo's home Thomas Joseph 24 Mar 2017
River in Pisa travels to European capital Irish Times Crosaire 22 Mar 2017
"Les Misérables" city LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2017
'Les Misérables' city The Washington Post 21 Mar 2017
Capital of France The Times Concise 26 Jan 2017
"Les Miserables" setting USA Today 25 Jan 2017
Locale for much of "The Da Vinci Code"
2015 climate accord city
"The Phantom of the Opera" city
Plaster of ___
Helen of Troy's abductor
Plaster of ___
Musée d'Orsay city
World capital whose motto is "Fluctuat nec mergitur" (Latin for "It is tossed but does not sink")
Arc de Triomphe city
Capital SW of Brussels
The Louvre's locale Newsday 28 Dec 2016
Musee Rodin city USA Today 09 Dec 2016
France's capital Newsday 31 Oct 2016
Hemingway hangout Newsday 30 Oct 2016
"We'll always have __": Rick, to Ilsa, in "Casablanca" LA Times Daily 25 Sep 2016
President Hollande's home Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2016
Eiffel Tower city LA Times Daily 30 Aug 2016
The Phantom of the Opera's home USA Today 15 Aug 2016
Host of the 1900 and 1924 Summer Olympics Wall Street Journal 30 Jul 2016
City known for romance Universal 12 Jul 2016
Where Lindbergh landed USA Today 07 Jul 2016
City on the Seine Universal 09 Apr 2016
Eiffel Tower locale Newsday 29 Mar 2016
''The Da Vinci Code'' setting Newsday 24 Mar 2016
Brother of Hector The Washington Post 28 Feb 2016
Home to Notre Dame Universal 12 Feb 2016
Locale of the Louvre Newsday 10 Feb 2016
Capital on the Seine LA Times Daily 11 Jan 2016
Eiffel Tower's city Newsday 05 Jan 2016
Home to Notre Dame
Where Lindbergh landed
"We'll always have __": Rick, to Ilsa, in "Casablanca"
Capital on the Seine
Eiffel Tower city
The Phantom of the Opera's home
City known for romance
Place de la Bastille location Wall Street Journal 30 Nov 2015
Métro home LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2015
European capital The Guardian Quick 17 Oct 2015
Hector's brother Wall Street Journal 10 Oct 2015
'Do not deny to him that you love me' speaker, in literature New York Times 08 Aug 2015
Hilton heiress Eugene Sheffer 11 Jul 2015
Trojan War figure LA Times Daily 09 Apr 2015
Classically swept woman away at start of 36 across Irish Times Crosaire 04 Apr 2015
Romeo's rival USA Today 18 Mar 2015
Helen of Troy's abductor Newsday 08 Feb 2015
Capital of France USA Today 30 Jan 2015
"The Da Vinci Code" setting
Métro home
Trojan War figure
France's capital
Helen of Troy's abductor
Moulin Rouge locale
"The Da Vinci Code" locale
Trojan War figure
Moulin Rouge locale
Place to get plastered?
"Do not deny to him that you love me" speaker, in literature
Capital of France
Romeo's rival
Hector's brother
Place de la Bastille location
Orlando Bloom's "Troy" character
Musée d'Orsay locale
City on the Seine
"A Tale of Two Cities" city
Left Bank locale
Moulin Rouge site
Juliet's betrothed
Setting for much of "Inglourious Basterds"
Helen's captor
City of Light
"Ninotchka" setting
Capital of France
The City of Light
Where Gustave Eiffel died
Place de la Concorde locale
Setting for Henry James's "The American"
See 77-Down
"Hustle and strut through ___ at night" Cult
City of Light
Where the Seine flows
Helen's abductor
City of Lights
A river runs through it
"Da Vinci Code" setting
Achilles adversary
Eiffel Tower locale
Site of the Louvre
Lutetia, today
"Midnight in ___" (2011 Woody Allen film)
City of Light
Jam band Dirty ___
Trojan War figure
"We'll always have ___" (line from "Casablanca")
"Gigi" setting
Trojan War figure
Home to Chanel
Capital on the Seine
Montmartre's city
Latin Quarter site
*Treaty of __: 1783 war ender
Hilton in persistent legal trouble
Louvre location
Latin Quarter site
Where "The Da Vinci Code" finished
*Treaty of __: 1783 war ender
Montmartre's city
Louvre location
Helen's abductor
Hemingway's "Moveable feast"
Where Jim Morrison is buried
City with two banks
Helen's captor
Nicky's socialite sister
Where Notre Dame is
Elysée city
"We'll always have __": Rick, to Ilsa, in "Casablanca"
Romeo's rival
Home to Hermès
"Amélie" setting
Elysée city
Chunnel vision?
The City of Light
Where the Tour de France finishes
Where "Whistler's Mother" "lives"
City of Light
City in which to get plastered?
Arc de Triomphe site
"Les Misérables" setting
Setting for "La Traviata"
Lindbergh's trans-Atlantic destination
Son of Priam
President Sarkozy's capital
Slayer of Achilles
Plaster of ___
Capital on the Seine
Latin Quarter site
Helen's lover
One of the Hiltons
City of Light
Setting for "Madeline"
Popular place for 18-Down
Helen of Troy's abductor
1763 treaty site
Hilton heiress
Helen's captor
Gauguin's birthplace
Orient Express terminus
"Day of the Jackal" locale
Oenone's husband, in myth
Pompidou Center's city
A river runs through it
Hilton heiress
Romeo's rival
Yo-Yo Ma's birthplace
Notre Dame's city
Cancan city
Eiffel Tower's city
Gallic capital
Louvre's city
Louvre locale
Setting for an "Eloise" book
1924 Olympics locale
Genevieve is its patron
Helen's abductor
Home of the Arc de Triomphe
Romeo's rival
Eiffel Tower city
Son of Priam
Bastille setting
Site of Vietnam War talks
What Rick and Ilsa will always have
Hilton heiress
Champs Élysées locale
"We'll always have __"
European capital
Women's fragrance by Yves Saint Laurent
Home to Notre Dame
Louvre location
Helen of Troy's abductor
Prince of Troy
Eiffel Tower city
Helen's abductor
Louvre locale
Hecuba's son
Place for plaster?
Notre Dame's city
"Is ____ Burning"
Son of Hecuba
Rick and Ilsa will always have it
Where some 119-Across go
Plaster of ___
Home of Chanel
Helen's abductor
1919 peace conference site
Son of Hecuba
Helen's abductor
1919 peace conference site
Notre Dame's city
Louvre locale
City of Light
Bastille locale
"Can-Can" setting
Setting for the movie "CQ"
Trojan warrior
Genevieve is its patron saint
Where Miss Liberty was built
Home of the Eiffel Tower
Genevieve is its patron saint
Helen's abductor
Arc de Triomphe site
France's capital
Arc de Triomphe site
City on the Seine
Where to hear 24 Down
Where Ilsa met Rick
Rue de Rivoli city
Eiffel Tower's home
Achilles' killer
Abductor of Helen of Troy
Site of the Arc de Triomphe
City on the Seine
Mythic beauty contest judge
'La Boheme setting'
Julius Caesar conquered it when it was called Lutetia
Helen of Troy's abductor
Home for Jacques Chirac
Golden Apple giver
Of old it was Lutetia
City of Light
Home of L'Express
Arc de Triomphe locale
Notre Dame's city
Where the Seine flows
Treaty of ___ (Britain's 1783 recognition of American independence)
James Baldwin s second home
Pont Neuf location
City of Lights
Home to UNESCO
Seine city
Site of the Sorbonne
Helen's abductor
1763 treaty site
He left Oenone for Helen
Manet's birthplace
City Porter loved
"We'll always have --"
Trojan prince
City where "Phantom of the Opera" is set
Golden apple giver
Hemingway's "Moveable feast"
1924 Olympics locale
Helen was the apple of his eye
Home to Cartier
Dior's headquarters
City of arrondisse-ments
It was liberated in August 1944
Left Bank city
Notre Dame's home
Capital on the Seine
Plaster of __
Modern Lutetia
"Is ____ Burning?"
Where Ilsa met Rick
"I Love __"
Home of Cartier and Chanel
Priam's son
Seine city
Helen's abductor
Where the Eiffel Tower is
Brother of Cassandra
Home to the Lost Generation
City of Light
City of Maine Texas and France
Golden apple bestower
Abductor of Helen
Lutetia's modern name
Where to get plastered?
Awarder of the Golden Apple
Stein's salon setting
Where Stein held forth
Slayer of Achilles
Gauguin's birthplace
Saint-Saëns's birthplace
A son of Priam
April's city in songdom
Montmartre's locale
"Last Tango in ___," Brando film
Kidnapper of Helen
"City of Light"
Helen's kidnapper
Juliet's betrothed
Hemingway's "movable feast"
Seven Years' War treaty site
A fashion capital
"Is ___ Burning?": Best seller in 1965
Cole Porter's first successful musical
"I Love __"
Abductor of Helen
City on the Seine
Trojan warrior
Site of the Rodin Museum
___ green
Juliet's fiancé
Location of 35 Across
Son of Hecuba and Priam
City of Light
City once called Lutetia
Kidnapper of Menelaus' wife
Nobleman to whom Juliet was betrothed
Helen's love
City with well-known banks
Trojan figure
"Les Misérables" setting
Helen's captor
Famous abductor
Son of Priam
Lutetia, today
Scene of Vietnam peace talks
City in Texas
Tuileries site
Troublemaker in Troy
Tuileries' city
"An American in ___"
Vista from Sacré-Coeur
Source of Trojan trouble
Old plaster source
Modern Lutetia
Old-World capital
Peace-talks site
Part of Troy's trouble
Apple-giver of myth
Shade of blue.
Trojan War figure.
Modern name for Lutetia
Priam's son.
Son of Priam.
Where the Bourse is.
Juliet's betrothed.
Rival of Romeo.
River port of France.
Shakespearean character.
Tourist mecca.
Where to find 51 Across.
"Is ___ Burning?"
Juliet's suitor.
Romeo's rival.
Shakespearean role.
City of Light.
Tourists' mecca.
Mona Lisa's home.
Son of Hecuba.
Character in "Romeo and Juliet."
City of nasalized speech.
Fashion center.
Home of the cordon bleu.
European capital.
Historic city.
Proverbially, the home of good Americans.
Setting of "Can-Can."
City of the Latin Quarter.
Site of the Left Bank.
Proverbially, heaven for good Americans.
Part of the grand tour.
Judge in the Apple of Discord affair.
Herter's birthplace.
Abductor of Helen of Troy.
Trojan prince.
Style center.
Prince of Greek legend.
Capital city.
He eloped with Helen.
Mollet's capital.
Where "Trapeze" was filmed.
Helen's kidnaper.
"City of light."
Mecca in the spring.
Coty's capital.
Hecuba's son.
M. Mayer's headquarters.
Where NATO problems are paramount.
It is 2002 years old.
Laniel's headquarters.
He loved Juliet.
Where the Panthéon is.
Where the Madeleine is.
Where NATO will set up headquarters.
Where "Pig Alley" is.
Pinay's capital.
Lord Ismay's new headquarters.
Cotton-shipping city in Texas.
A center for fashions.
City celebrating its 2000th anniversary.
It is 2,000 years old.
Juliet is his betrothed.
SHAPE headquarters.
SHAPE's H.Q.
Where SHAPE has its headquarters.
Where the Chamber of Deputies sits.
Where the General Assembly is meeting.
Where the U. N. Assembly is meeting.
Lutetia, the city of light.
Where the Big Three conference met.
Where Ben Franklin represented the Colonies.
Meeting place of U. N. Assembly.
Leon Blum's capital.
Helen's abductor.
Balzac's Cousin Pons' home.
Setting of Père Goriot.
Fourth liberated capital.
SHAEF headquarters.
Cathedral city on the Seine.
Pride of France.
City awaiting deliverance.
Occupied capital city.
Site of bombed Renault plant.
German-occupied city.
City bombed by R. A. F.
Scene of Renault bombing.
Once the City of Night.
27-Across setting
"Tropic of Cancer" setting
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