Crossword Clues for PROS

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Clue Source Date
Debate group Thomas Joseph 20 Sep 2022
Not amateurs (abbr) The Guardian Quick 31 Aug 2022
Cons' counterparts Universal 26 Jul 2022
Seasoned vets Wall Street Journal 09 Jul 2022
Arguments in the assets column USA Today 01 Jun 2022
U-turn from cons Family Time 23 May 2022
All in favor LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2022
All in favor The Washington Post 24 Apr 2022
Cons' counterparts The Washington Post 09 Mar 2022
Cons' counterparts LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2022
Cons' opposites USA Today 01 Mar 2022
Debate side Thomas Joseph 15 Feb 2022
Experts Eugene Sheffer 08 Feb 2022
NBA players Thomas Joseph 22 Jan 2022
Athletes getting salaries Newsday 17 Jan 2022
Athletes making at least a buck Family Time 16 Jan 2022
They know the ropes LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2022
Players in the major leagues Wall Street Journal 13 Dec 2021
Opposite of cons Universal 23 Nov 2021
Many athletes you watch on TV Family Time 22 Nov 2021
They’re paid to play New York Times 22 Nov 2021
Reliable experts Newsday 27 Oct 2021
Arguments in the column USA Today 23 Oct 2021
___ and cons Family Time 17 Oct 2021
Advantages The Washington Post Sunday 05 Sep 2021
___ and cons list USA Today 01 Sep 2021
Experts Eugene Sheffer 12 Aug 2021
Experts Universal 01 Jul 2021
Supporting arguments Wall Street Journal 20 May 2021
Amateurs no more New York Times 03 May 2021
They get paid to play Universal 30 Apr 2021
(The) big leagues The Washington Post 25 Apr 2021
(The) big leagues LA Times Daily 25 Apr 2021
Counterparts of cons Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2021
Favorable points The Washington Post 26 Feb 2021
Favorable points LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2021
USWNT players, e.g USA Today 24 Feb 2021
Full-time athletes Newsday 08 Feb 2021
___ and cons USA Today 03 Feb 2021
Cons' opposites USA Today 01 Feb 2021
They're in the column USA Today 26 Jan 2021
Points in favor USA Today 03 Jan 2021
Advantages New York Times 24 Dec 2020
Experts USA Today 22 Dec 2020
They play for pay Universal 12 Dec 2020
Experts Eugene Sheffer 01 Dec 2020
NFL players Thomas Joseph 25 Nov 2020
They do it for a living Jonesin 03 Nov 2020
Golf instructors Newsday 20 Oct 2020
Athletes first allowed in the Olympics in 1988 New York Times 01 Oct 2020
Reasons to do something New York Times 29 Sep 2020
__ and cons Newsday 24 Aug 2020
Ones paid to play LA Times Daily 17 Aug 2020
Ones paid to play The Washington Post 17 Aug 2020
They know what they're doing USA Today 29 Jul 2020
Cons' opposites The Washington Post 21 Jul 2020
Cons' opposites LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2020
Some Angels in California Family Time 19 Jul 2020
'Leave it to the ___' New York Times 10 Jun 2020
Counterparts of cons USA Today 18 Apr 2020
Things on the plus side The Washington Post Sunday 12 Apr 2020
Golf instructors USA Today 09 Apr 2020
All in favor Family Time 30 Mar 2020
Old hands Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2020
Seasoned vets Wall Street Journal 26 Dec 2019
All those in favor New York Times 22 Nov 2019
All those in favor
Experts Premier Sunday 17 Nov 2019
All MLB players USA Today 10 Nov 2019
Upsides New York Times 03 Oct 2019
USWNT players, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 29 Sep 2019
Advantages Universal 22 Sep 2019
Lions, Tigers and Bears USA Today 18 Sep 2019
Moneymaking rushers, e.g Family Time 26 Aug 2019
Whizzes Premier Sunday 18 Aug 2019
... and advantages found in them New York Times 04 Jun 2019
Mets and Jets USA Today 04 Jun 2019
They know the ropes The Washington Post 14 Apr 2019
They know the ropes LA Times Daily 14 Apr 2019
Ones paid to play The Washington Post Sunday 24 Mar 2019
Some Olympic athletes, since the 1980s Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2019
Paid athletes Newsday 10 Feb 2019
Debate group Thomas Joseph 16 Jan 2019
What some amateurs become USA Today 15 Jan 2019
... and advantages found in them
They know the ropes
Mets and Jets
What some amateurs become
Advantages
All MLB players
Supporting arguments
Some Olympic athletes, since the 1980s
Lions, Tigers and Bears
Upsides
They play for pay New York Times 26 Dec 2018
Some Olympians, nowadays LA Times Daily 09 Dec 2018
Some Olympians, nowadays The Washington Post 09 Dec 2018
NHL or NFL players USA Today 30 Nov 2018
Driving range instructors The Washington Post 29 Nov 2018
Driving range instructors LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2018
Dependable experts Newsday 08 Nov 2018
Positive aspects LA Times Daily 02 Nov 2018
Positive aspects The Washington Post 02 Nov 2018
Career athletes Newsday 28 Oct 2018
Not amateurs Universal 18 Oct 2018
Experts, for short Newsday 16 Oct 2018
All NFLers Universal 19 Aug 2018
Favorable factors Wall Street Journal 08 Aug 2018
Desirable traits USA Today 03 Aug 2018
Go-to people Newsday 29 Jul 2018
NFL and MLB, with 'the' USA Today 10 Jul 2018
Favorable factors USA Today 14 Jun 2018
Old hands USA Today 02 Jun 2018
Driving range instructors
Reasons to do something
They play for pay
Favorable factors
Favorable factors
NHL or NFL players
NFL and MLB, with "the"
Not amateurs
All NFLers
Some Olympians, nowadays
Positive aspects
Country club instructors Newsday 15 Nov 2017
Golf instructors The Washington Post 06 Nov 2017
Golf instructors LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2017
Arguments for New York Times 04 Oct 2017
NFL players Wall Street Journal 25 Sep 2017
The Pirates and the Buccaneers, e.g Wall Street Journal 19 Sep 2017
Paid players Newsday 03 Sep 2017
Players in the majors Wall Street Journal 23 Aug 2017
Whizzes New York Times 16 Jul 2017
___ and cons New York Times 10 Jul 2017
Salaried athletes Newsday 24 May 2017
All U.S. Open golf champions since 1934 USA Today 03 May 2017
Crackerjacks New York Times 02 May 2017
Major leaguers, e.g Newsday 23 Mar 2017
They play for money Universal 04 Mar 2017
Big leagues Wall Street Journal 01 Mar 2017
Points in favor Wall Street Journal 25 Feb 2017
Players who are paid Newsday 17 Jan 2017
Crackerjacks
Golf instructors
Arguments for
They play for money
Whizzes
___ and cons
Desirable traits
All U.S. Open golf champions since 1934
Old hands
Practically all Masters Tournament golfers USA Today 31 Dec 2016
Golf course teachers Newsday 25 Dec 2016
Lions and Tigers and Bears Wall Street Journal 24 Dec 2016
Athletes formerly prohibited from competing in the Olympics The Washington Post 24 Nov 2016
Counterparts of amateurs New York Times 21 Nov 2016
Arguments for doing something Wall Street Journal 03 Oct 2016
Country club figures USA Today 20 Sep 2016
All in favor LA Times Daily 19 Sep 2016
Thunder and Lightning The Washington Post 10 Sep 2016
Dab hands USA Today 23 Aug 2016
Advantages The Washington Post 29 Jul 2016
People to depend on Newsday 26 May 2016
M. Weir and S. Ames Canadiana 23 May 2016
Country club teachers USA Today 27 Apr 2016
Bears, Cubs and Bruins USA Today 18 Apr 2016
Major-leaguers USA Today 15 Apr 2016
Country club employees Wall Street Journal 02 Apr 2016
Opposites of cons The Times Concise 16 Mar 2016
Ones in a league of their own LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2016
Arguments in favor USA Today 22 Jan 2016
___ and cons The Washington Post 14 Jan 2016
Cons partners Universal 13 Jan 2016
Past masters Newsday 07 Jan 2016
Country club figures
Counterparts of amateurs
All in favor
Dab hands
Arguments in favor
Cons partners
Practically all Masters Tournament golfers
Athletes who are paid Newsday 21 Dec 2015
NFLers, e.g USA Today 16 Dec 2015
Heat and Thunder The Washington Post 19 Nov 2015
Virtuosos Newsday 28 Oct 2015
Half of some two-column lists The Chronicle of Higher Education 09 Oct 2015
J.B. Holmes and Bubba Watson, e.g LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2015
Arguments in favor Universal 12 Sep 2015
NFL players, e.g Universal 28 Aug 2015
They are paid to play the field USA Today 10 Jul 2015
Some Olympians, nowadays USA Today 01 Jul 2015
Some Olympians, nowadays Universal 07 Apr 2015
Some athletes Universal 22 Feb 2015
Some athletes
Some Olympians, nowadays
NFL players, e.g.
They are paid to play the field
Paid athletes
Mavens
Oktoberfest toast
Arguments in favor
Some Olympians, nowadays
NFLers, e.g.
J.B. Holmes and Bubba Watson, e.g.
Virtuosos
Heat and Thunder
Half of some two-column lists
Athletes who are paid
Cons partners?
Advantages
Wizards
Masters
Partners of cons
Athletes with agents
Golf instructors
Virtuosi
Bears and Cubs
Debate sides
Reasons for
Reasons for doing something
Major-leaguers
They're considered to be decisive
Paid players
Experts
Those in favor
Paid players
Old hands
They're paid to play
Most Masters participants
Career golfers
Paid players
Supporting arguments
All those in favor
They're paid to play
Most Masters participants
Paid experts
Paid players
Experts
They were banned from Wimbledon until 1968
Upside list
Some debate arguments
All those in favor
Cons' adversaries
Upside list
Kings and Senators
Advantages
Experts
Big-leaguers
Paid players
Country club employees
Ex-amateurs
Players that are paid
One side of an issue
One side of an argument
Major leaguers, e.g.
Advocates
Whizzes
Country club employees
Favorable factors
They're paid to play
Thunder and Lightning
Those in favor
Cons' counterpart
Mavens
Opposite of 45-Down
In-favor-of arguments
Favorable aspects
Career golfers
Advantageous aspects
Advantages
They're on one side of an issue
Mavens
Favorable aspects
Crackerjacks
Cons' opposites
Veterans
Aces
Old hands
They're paid to play
Counterpart to 28-Across
Crackerjacks
Cowboys and Indians, e.g.
Experts
Those on one side
Whizzes
Tiger and Ernie, for short
Cowboys and Indians, e.g.
Aces
Old hands
They're paid to play
Old hands
Supporter's citations
Paid athletes
Advantages
Arguments for
Advantages
Advocates
All in favor
Yea-sayers
Lions and Tigers and Bears
Arguments for
Cons' opposers
Advocates
Advantages
Experts
Ones in favor
One side
Old hands
Masters
Golf teachers
Country club instructors
Some arguments
Members of the PGA
Con's cons
Laudable aspects
Money players
Play-for-pay athletes
__ and cons
All in favor
Some arguments
Cons partners?
Old hands
Anti-antis?
Those in favor of
What some former Olympians become
Positive aspects
Paid players
Most U.S. Open participants
They're paid to play
Those in favor
Those in favor
They're paid to play
NFL players
NBA players
Major leaguers
Old hands
Major leaguers
They're all for it
Thumbs-up voters
Tennis teachers, e.g.
They're all for it
PGA players
They're all for it
Yea-sayers
Yea-sayers
Advantages
Experts in their fields
"Aye" voters
Specialists
Players who are paid
Old hands
Some arguments
They're all for it
Those with know-how
They get paid for playing games
Tour golfers, e.g.
Specialists
Positive aspects
Some arguments
Golf instructors
They're paid to play
They're at the top of their game
Cowboys and Indians, e.g.
Cons' counterparts
League players
NBAers, e.g.
Supporters
Reasons for
Debate list
Supporters
Cowboys and Indians, e.g.
Reasons for
Reasons for
NBAers, e.g.
Canucks and Canadiens
Major Leaguers
The "for" camp
Some Olympians, nowadays
Most sports stars
Anti-antis?
Cons partner
Favorable factors
They play for pay
Experts
They disagree with 41 Across
Big leagues
Most Masters participants
Most sports stars
Experts
They play for pay
One side of an issue
Lions and Tigers and Bears
NFLers, e.g.
Votes for
Masters
Woods and Els, e.g.
N.F.L., e.g., with "the"
Paid performers
They play for pay
PGA players
They play for money
Major-leaguers
Tourney vets
Cons' adversaries
Paid players
Cons opposites
Experts
Points in favor
Country club instructors
Tour members
Experts, for short
Those with know-how
They play for pay
Veterans
defenders
Paid performers
Amateurs' opposites
Nike tour players
Paid athletes
Strawberry and Rice
____ and cons
Country-club teachers
Partner of cons
Cons' cons
Paid workers
Cowboys and Indians, e.g.
Some debating points
Cons' counterpart
U.S. Open players, usually
Debate arguments
They get paid
Favorable factors
Paid players
Seattle Seahawks. e.g.
Noah and Navratilova
Floyd and Norman
Paid athletes
N.F.L. players
Affirmatives
Partners of many cons
Trevino, Watson et al.
Caddie-shack bosses
Lakers or Lions
Aces
P.G.A. members
Nol-___ (drop a suit)
Whizzes
Big leaguers
Those in favor
Barber, Miller et al.
Virtuosi
Watson and Trevino
Yeas, in a way
Cons' inverse
Watson, Holmes et al.
Yeasayers
Companions of cons
Nicklaus, Watson et al.
Golf instructors
Nicklaus and Palmer, e.g.
They play for money
N.F.L. men
Bears and Lions
Golf-tour players
Certain athletes
Some stars
Game instructors
Golf-tour people
Sam and J. C. Snead
Golf V.I.P.'s
Tour players
Arnie and Sam
Play-for-pay men
Laver and Rosewall
Palmer and others
People for
Certain votes.
Certain athletes, for short.
Old stagers.
Not tyros.
See 5 Across.
Some athletes.
Old hands.
Major leaguers.
Money players.
Experts.
Certain players.
Cons' partner.
Certain golfers.
Certain athletes.
Affirmative arguments.
Links teachers.
Certain sportsmen.
Arguments for.
Their play is their business.
Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, et al.
Golf instructors.
Not amateurs.
Affirmative voters.
Golf experts.
___ and cons.
Arguments in favor.
Crackerjacks
All those in favor
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