Word "SHE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Pronoun
Definition:
This or that female; the woman understood or referred to; the animal of the female sex, or object personified as feminine, which was spoken of.

Crossword Clues for SHE

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'All That ___ Carried' (Tiya Miles book) USA Today 26 Jun 2022
"That's all ___ wrote!" Family Time 26 Jun 2022
'___ Drives Me Crazy' (Fine Young Cannibals hit) New York Times 21 Jun 2022
“___ Drives Me Crazy” (Fine Young Cannibals hit) New York Times 21 Jun 2022
Sow or ewe pronoun Family Time 20 Jun 2022
___/her pronouns USA Today 20 Jun 2022
"___ is the nicest lady" Family Time 19 Jun 2022
What to call a catamaran Newsday 19 Jun 2022
'___ Bad' (Cardi B song) USA Today 12 Jun 2022
"___-Ra and the Princesses of Power" (TV show) Family Time 06 Jun 2022
That lady Thomas Joseph 03 Jun 2022
That woman LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2022
Binary pronoun LA Times Daily 27 May 2022
___/they pronouns USA Today 21 May 2022
Ella, in English USA Today 18 May 2022
___-Ra USA Today 16 May 2022
___-Hulk USA Today 15 May 2022
__/her pronouns The Washington Post 06 May 2022
__/her pronouns LA Times Daily 06 May 2022
''Steady as __ goes'' Newsday 04 May 2022
___/her pronouns USA Today 02 May 2022
Pronoun for some Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2022
Cyndi Lauper's "— Bop" Eugene Sheffer 18 Apr 2022
That girl Thomas Joseph 16 Apr 2022
___/her pronouns Universal 10 Apr 2022
Third-person pronoun USA Today 10 Apr 2022
___/her/hers Universal 07 Apr 2022
'___ Memes Well' (book by 34-Across) USA Today 05 Apr 2022
Maritime pronoun LA Times Daily 01 Apr 2022
Maritime pronoun The Washington Post 01 Apr 2022
“That’s all ___ wrote” New York Times 28 Mar 2022
Any naval vessel Newsday 27 Mar 2022
"Thar — blows!" Eugene Sheffer 26 Mar 2022
'That's all ___ wrote' The Washington Post Sunday 20 Mar 2022
What a craft should be called Newsday 19 Mar 2022
What ships are called Newsday 16 Mar 2022
They/___/he pronouns USA Today 15 Mar 2022
Harry Styles tune about a woman who "lives in daydreams" New York Times 06 Mar 2022
English translation of 59-Down USA Today 04 Mar 2022
Cyndi Lauper's "— Bop" Eugene Sheffer 01 Mar 2022
That little girl Family Time 27 Feb 2022
That lady Premier Sunday 20 Feb 2022
That woman Eugene Sheffer 19 Feb 2022
That woman Thomas Joseph 17 Feb 2022
With 54-Down, common pronoun pair Universal 14 Feb 2022
Female stars do it, dropping in The Guardian Cryptic 08 Feb 2022
"___ Loves You" Family Time 07 Feb 2022
Female pronoun Family Time 06 Feb 2022
Preferred pronoun, perhaps Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2022
Pop duo __ & Him The Washington Post 02 Feb 2022
Pop duo __ & Him LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2022
___/her/hers Universal 30 Jan 2022
H. Rider Haggard novel Wall Street Journal 29 Jan 2022
'___ Loves Me' (1963 musical) USA Today 28 Jan 2022
"__ Bop": Cyndi Lauper song LA Times Daily 23 Jan 2022
'__ Bop': Cyndi Lauper song The Washington Post 23 Jan 2022
That woman in logistics headquarters Irish Times Crosaire 22 Jan 2022
___/her USA Today 17 Jan 2022
“___ sells seashells …” New York Times 17 Jan 2022
They/___ pronouns USA Today 11 Jan 2022
“___ sells seashells by the seashore” New York Times 05 Jan 2022
That mare in the stable Family Time 02 Jan 2022
Her partner, sometimes? Universal 29 Dec 2021
'___ Memes Well' (Quinta Brunson book) USA Today 25 Dec 2021
Any ship LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2021
Preferred pronoun, perhaps Wall Street Journal 23 Dec 2021
___/her pronouns The Washington Post Sunday 19 Dec 2021
___-wolf New York Times 16 Dec 2021
Pronoun for Maya Angelou Universal 01 Dec 2021
Pronoun that some pair with "they" Universal 28 Nov 2021
'___ Used To Be Mine' ('Waitress' song) USA Today 22 Nov 2021
Gender pronoun option Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2021
That lady Family Time 15 Nov 2021
___/her USA Today 14 Nov 2021
"___ Loves You" (Beatles hit) Universal 10 Nov 2021
'___ Wolf' (Shakira album) USA Today 06 Nov 2021
Generic seashell seller Universal 02 Nov 2021
“Murder, ___ Wrote” New York Times 31 Oct 2021
Sailor's pronoun LA Times Daily 29 Oct 2021
Personal pronoun Irish Times Simplex 29 Oct 2021
___/her Universal 18 Oct 2021
That woman Thomas Joseph 18 Oct 2021
Feminine pronoun Universal 15 Oct 2021
That woman USA Today 15 Oct 2021
Hen or sow The Washington Post 06 Oct 2021
Pronoun option Wall Street Journal 06 Oct 2021
Hen or sow LA Times Daily 06 Oct 2021
Pronoun for some Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2021
"___ Persisted" (Chelsea Clinton book) Universal 29 Sep 2021
__-crab soup LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2021
__-crab soup The Washington Post 29 Sep 2021
Pronoun for Batwoman Universal 23 Sep 2021
Pop duo __ & Him LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2021
Pop duo __ & Him The Washington Post 16 Sep 2021
___-Hulk aka Jennifer Walters USA Today 12 Sep 2021
'Steady as ___ goes' New York Times 07 Sep 2021
'Nevertheless, ___ persisted' USA Today 07 Sep 2021
Pronoun for H.E.R., aptly USA Today 05 Sep 2021
Yonder yacht Thomas Joseph 03 Sep 2021
That woman Thomas Joseph 02 Sep 2021
That magnificent lady Family Time 30 Aug 2021
Any female Family Time 29 Aug 2021
That woman Canadiana 23 Aug 2021
Her, subjectively Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2021
Common pronoun Family Time 15 Aug 2021
'___ Wolf' (Shakira album) USA Today 14 Aug 2021
Cardi B's '___ Bad' New York Times 13 Aug 2021
Pronoun for her Newsday 09 Aug 2021
'That's All ___ Wrote' (Reba McEntire song) The Washington Post Sunday 08 Aug 2021
''Steady as __ goes'' Newsday 04 Aug 2021
Pronoun for Rihanna Universal 03 Aug 2021
___/her pronouns USA Today 03 Aug 2021
___/they pronouns USA Today 02 Aug 2021
___/they pronouns Universal 01 Aug 2021
'That's all ___ wrote' New York Times 20 Jul 2021
'___ Keeps Me Warm' (Mary Lambert song) USA Today 12 Jul 2021
Seashell seller in a tongue twister Universal 11 Jul 2021
''Steady as __ goes'' Newsday 07 Jul 2021
'___ Had Some Horses' (Joy Harjo poem) USA Today 06 Jul 2021
'Everything ___ Wants' (Wham! hit) The Washington Post Sunday 04 Jul 2021
'___ said yes!' New York Times 30 Jun 2021
"All the Things ___ Said" (t.A.T.u. song) Universal 30 Jun 2021
Tongue twister seashell seller LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2021
Tongue twister seashell seller The Washington Post 28 Jun 2021
Sow or doe LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2021
Sow or doe The Washington Post 27 Jun 2021
Any craft Newsday 26 Jun 2021
Cyndi Lauper's "— Bop" Eugene Sheffer 24 Jun 2021
'___ Rates Dogs: The Podcast' USA Today 21 Jun 2021
They/___ pronouns USA Today 19 Jun 2021
That woman The Times Concise 07 Jun 2021
___/her/hers USA Today 03 Jun 2021
First half of a pronoun pair Universal 02 Jun 2021
English form of 'ella' The Washington Post Sunday 30 May 2021
Pronoun for a hen Universal 28 May 2021
That woman Newsday 26 May 2021
Pronoun Irish Times Simplex 22 May 2021
Filly or jenny Wall Street Journal 18 May 2021
___/her/hers Universal 17 May 2021
'___ Loves Me' (1963 musical) USA Today 15 May 2021
'___ Bop' (Cyndi Lauper hit) USA Today 08 May 2021
Pronoun for Batwoman Universal 08 May 2021
'Every Little Thing ___ Does Is Magic' USA Today 05 May 2021
Pop duo __ & Him The Washington Post 30 Apr 2021
Pop duo __ & Him LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2021
'Isn't ___ Lovely' USA Today 27 Apr 2021
That lovely young lady Family Time 19 Apr 2021
___/her/hers pronouns USA Today 19 Apr 2021
That lady Canadiana 19 Apr 2021
'Isn't ___ Lovely' New York Times 16 Apr 2021
That woman Wall Street Journal 12 Apr 2021
That girl Premier Sunday 11 Apr 2021
That woman The Washington Post Sunday 04 Apr 2021
That woman USA Today 02 Apr 2021
''__ sells seashells . . .'' Newsday 29 Mar 2021
Pronoun for Eddie Izzard USA Today 23 Mar 2021
___/they pronouns USA Today 22 Mar 2021
'Where ___ Went' (Gayle Forman novel) The Washington Post Sunday 21 Mar 2021
The Beatles' '__ Loves You' The Washington Post 09 Mar 2021
The Beatles' "__ Loves You" LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2021
"That wonderful lady" Family Time 08 Mar 2021
Pronoun for Laverne Cox The Washington Post Sunday 28 Feb 2021
“___ Drives Me Crazy” (Fine Young Cannibals hit) Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2021
What to call a clipper Newsday 18 Feb 2021
That woman Thomas Joseph 17 Feb 2021
Byron's "__ Walks in Beauty" LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2021
Byron's '__ Walks in Beauty' The Washington Post 06 Feb 2021
__-crab soup The Washington Post 05 Feb 2021
__-crab soup LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2021
That girl Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2021
Pronoun with 51-Down The Washington Post 01 Feb 2021
Pronoun with 51-Down LA Times Daily 01 Feb 2021
That girl USA Today 31 Jan 2021
Feminine pronoun Family Time 18 Jan 2021
"Thar — blows!" Eugene Sheffer 09 Jan 2021
'___ Used to Be Mine' (song from 'Waitress') New York Times 03 Jan 2021
That lady Eugene Sheffer 02 Jan 2021
The girl The Telegraph Quick 30 Dec 2020
Pronoun for an ewe Universal 25 Dec 2020
2000-year old ruler of the fictional lost kingdom of Kor The Times Specialist Sunday 20 Dec 2020
That woman in logistics headquarters Irish Times Crosaire 19 Dec 2020
They/___/he USA Today 13 Dec 2020
Person who's somewhat astonished Newsday 12 Dec 2020
Sow's pronoun Universal 09 Dec 2020
Translation of 'ella' USA Today 07 Dec 2020
___-crab soup New York Times 30 Nov 2020
Pronoun for Lizzo Universal 29 Nov 2020
'___ sells seashells by the seashore' New York Times 24 Nov 2020
'That's what __ said!' The Washington Post 24 Nov 2020
"That's what __ said!" LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2020
"Steady as ___ goes" Universal 24 Nov 2020
''Steady as __ goes'' Newsday 24 Nov 2020
"___ sells seashells ..." Family Time 23 Nov 2020
That lady Wall Street Journal 23 Nov 2020
Translation of 'elle' USA Today 19 Nov 2020
That ship Newsday 18 Nov 2020
''Thar __ blows!'' Newsday 17 Nov 2020
'... __ loves me not' The Washington Post 16 Nov 2020
"... __ loves me not" LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2020
Gender pronoun choice Wall Street Journal 12 Nov 2020
Not he, the other one Family Time 09 Nov 2020
'___-Ra and the Princesses of Power' USA Today 06 Nov 2020
___-Hulk USA Today 25 Oct 2020
That woman Eugene Sheffer 17 Oct 2020
Pronoun for the singer H.E.R Universal 15 Oct 2020
Word that becomes its own opposite if its first letter is removed New York Times 14 Oct 2020
Pen or sow's pronoun Family Time 11 Oct 2020
That lass Thomas Joseph 08 Oct 2020
Sow or cow Premier Sunday 04 Oct 2020
The woman in question New York Times 29 Sep 2020
'__ sells seashells ... ' The Washington Post 23 Sep 2020
"__ sells seashells ... " LA Times Daily 23 Sep 2020
___/her pronouns Universal 19 Sep 2020
'Nevertheless, ___ persisted' New York Times 14 Sep 2020
What to call battleships Newsday 06 Sep 2020
Filly, e.g Wall Street Journal 05 Sep 2020
Cow or sow Wall Street Journal 03 Sep 2020
'Long may ___ reign' The Washington Post Sunday 30 Aug 2020
'___ Used to Be Mine' (song from 'Waitress') USA Today 29 Aug 2020
'Murder, ___ Wrote' New York Times 27 Aug 2020
That ewe or mare Canadiana 24 Aug 2020
___/her pronouns USA Today 18 Aug 2020
Ewe's pronoun Universal 18 Aug 2020
That girl Thomas Joseph 11 Aug 2020
Pronoun for many an individual The Washington Post 11 Aug 2020
Pronoun for many an individual LA Times Daily 11 Aug 2020
Queen's pronoun The Washington Post Sunday 09 Aug 2020
That yacht LA Times Daily 06 Aug 2020
That yacht The Washington Post 06 Aug 2020
That lady Newsday 05 Aug 2020
Stevie Wonder's "Isn't __ Lovely" LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2020
Stevie Wonder's 'Isn't __ Lovely' The Washington Post 29 Jul 2020
"That lunch lady ..." Family Time 26 Jul 2020
Pronoun with a slash in it New York Times 25 Jul 2020
Pronoun for Wonder Woman Universal 20 Jul 2020
"He said, ___ said" Universal 08 Jul 2020
With 38-Down, pronoun pair USA Today 07 Jul 2020
'___ Would Be King,' 2018 novel by Wayétu Moore New York Times 05 Jul 2020
Pronoun for a sow Universal 05 Jul 2020
Not he, the other Family Time 05 Jul 2020
With 10-Down, gender identity words separated by a slash New York Times 04 Jul 2020
'___ sells seashells by the seashore . . .' USA Today 03 Jul 2020
Pronoun for a boat Universal 25 Jun 2020
Pronoun in English USA Today 20 Jun 2020
''Sie'' or ''ella'' Newsday 19 Jun 2020
Pronoun within "seashells" Universal 11 Jun 2020
Preferred pronoun for some Wall Street Journal 11 Jun 2020
''__ walks in beauty . . .'': Byron Newsday 04 Jun 2020
'Nevertheless, ___ persisted' USA Today 28 May 2020
The woman in question Wall Street Journal 16 May 2020
"___ Will" (2011 Lil Wayne hit) Universal 15 May 2020
Gendered pronoun USA Today 15 May 2020
Female person The Telegraph Quick 13 May 2020
“Nevertheless, ___ persisted” Wall Street Journal 07 May 2020
"___ sells seashells ..." Universal 06 May 2020
That WNBA player Wall Street Journal 30 Apr 2020
Any watercraft Newsday 23 Apr 2020
'Thar ___ blows!' New York Times 13 Apr 2020
'___ Works Hard for the Money' (Donna Summer hit) USA Today 13 Apr 2020
A common pronoun Family Time 13 Apr 2020
That lady with the dog Family Time 05 Apr 2020
That girl LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2020
That girl The Washington Post 02 Apr 2020
Haggard book Wall Street Journal 02 Apr 2020
'__ Walks in Beauty': Byron poem The Washington Post 27 Mar 2020
"__ Walks in Beauty": Byron poem LA Times Daily 27 Mar 2020
That woman Canadiana 16 Mar 2020
''He said, __ said'' Newsday 16 Mar 2020
Nautical pronoun LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2020
Your female teacher Family Time 09 Mar 2020
Nautical pronoun The Washington Post 09 Mar 2020
That lady selling lemonade Family Time 24 Feb 2020
Cow or hen Premier Sunday 23 Feb 2020
Yon maiden Eugene Sheffer 14 Feb 2020
Ewe, for one The Washington Post 09 Feb 2020
Ewe, for one LA Times Daily 09 Feb 2020
Cow or sow Universal 19 Jan 2020
Gender-neutral pronoun spelled with a slash between the first and second letters
Certain pronoun Family Time 13 Jan 2020
Noted seashell seller Universal 30 Dec 2019
One of the ladies Newsday 29 Dec 2019
Doe or sow Universal 21 Dec 2019
That niece Newsday 19 Dec 2019
This miss Wall Street Journal 09 Dec 2019
Ewe or sow
"__ Loves You": Beatles hit LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2019
Ewe or sow New York Times 08 Dec 2019
'__ Loves You': Beatles hit The Washington Post 08 Dec 2019
'That's all ___ wrote' USA Today 27 Nov 2019
Pronoun for a ship Newsday 26 Nov 2019
"___ Said," 2019 best seller on the #MeToo movement
'There ___ Goes Again' (1967 Velvet Underground song) The Washington Post Sunday 24 Nov 2019
'___ Said,' 2019 best seller on the #MeToo movement New York Times 24 Nov 2019
Mae West's "__ Done Him Wrong" LA Times Daily 10 Nov 2019
Mae West's '__ Done Him Wrong' The Washington Post 10 Nov 2019
'Isn't ___ Lovely' (Stevie Wonder song) The Washington Post Sunday 10 Nov 2019
That gal Premier Sunday 10 Nov 2019
Pronoun for a mom The Washington Post 05 Nov 2019
Pronoun for a mom LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2019
"Thar ___ blows" Family Time 04 Nov 2019
Marine mollusk exoskeleton vendor, in a tongue twister?
Marine mollusk exoskeleton vendor, in a tongue twister? New York Times 01 Nov 2019
See 39-Across LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2019
Pronoun for a yacht New York Times 28 Oct 2019
See 39-Across The Washington Post 28 Oct 2019
Pronoun for a yacht
'___ Is Love' (Oasis song) The Washington Post Sunday 27 Oct 2019
Boat pronoun Universal 24 Oct 2019
Naval pronoun USA Today 13 Oct 2019
That nice woman Family Time 06 Oct 2019
'That's all ___ wrote' New York Times 02 Oct 2019
'__ Blinded Me With Science': 1983 hit The Washington Post 01 Oct 2019
"__ Blinded Me With Science": 1983 hit LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2019
Seller of sea shells USA Today 27 Sep 2019
That aircraft carrier Newsday 22 Sep 2019
Not he Family Time 22 Sep 2019
"Isn't __ Lovely": Stevie Wonder hit LA Times Daily 13 Sep 2019
'Isn't __ Lovely': Stevie Wonder hit The Washington Post 13 Sep 2019
"___ Will Be Loved" (Maroon 5 hit) Universal 08 Sep 2019
'___ sells sea shells . . .' USA Today 07 Sep 2019
"___ Came in Through the Bathroom Window" Universal 07 Sep 2019
___-Hulk (Marvel superheroine) Jonesin 03 Sep 2019
Pronoun hidden in "what's her name" Universal 20 Aug 2019
Pronoun for a ship New York Times 19 Aug 2019
'___ sells seashells ...' New York Times 14 Aug 2019
"Thar-blows" link Family Time 12 Aug 2019
Seashell seller of note Universal 07 Aug 2019
Book followed by the sequel 'Ayesha' Wall Street Journal 01 Aug 2019
1887 novel of the lost city of Kor Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2019
'All That ___ Wants' (Ace of Base hit) The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jul 2019
Pronoun for a jenny Universal 13 Jul 2019
What to call her Newsday 11 Jul 2019
That woman New York Times 02 Jul 2019
This sloop Newsday 30 Jun 2019
Seashell seller Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2019
One pronoun option of many Jonesin 25 Jun 2019
Gendered pronoun The New Yorker 24 Jun 2019
___/her/hers (some pronoun identifiers on social media profiles) The Washington Post Sunday 23 Jun 2019
Vessel's pronoun USA Today 21 Jun 2019
Female sightseer removing braces systematically The Telegraph Toughie 14 Jun 2019
Book with some English explorer The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Jun 2019
Hen or heifer Wall Street Journal 04 Jun 2019
Hen or nanny Premier Sunday 02 Jun 2019
Goose, e.g The Washington Post 25 May 2019
Goose, e.g LA Times Daily 25 May 2019
Pronoun for a ewe USA Today 19 May 2019
Seashell seller of rhyme USA Today 17 May 2019
That liner Wall Street Journal 16 May 2019
TV's 'Murder, ___ Wrote' New York Times 14 May 2019
___ shed (man cave relative) Universal 05 May 2019
The woman over there Family Time 29 Apr 2019
Ricky Martin's "___ Bangs" The New Yorker 22 Apr 2019
"Thar ___ blows!" Universal 14 Apr 2019
Pronoun for battleships Newsday 07 Apr 2019
___-Hulk (green superheroine) Universal 24 Mar 2019
"__ Came in Through the Bathroom Window": Beatles LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2019
'__ Came in Through the Bathroom Window': Beatles The Washington Post 23 Mar 2019
Ship's pronoun The Washington Post 11 Mar 2019
Ship's pronoun LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2019
Elle, in English The Washington Post Sunday 10 Mar 2019
"Murder, ___ Wrote" Universal 08 Mar 2019
"I think my love as rare / As any __ belied by false compare": Shak LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2019
'I think my love as rare / As any __ belied by false compare': Shak The Washington Post 08 Mar 2019
Caitlin Jenner, since 2015 USA Today 06 Mar 2019
Ship's pronoun USA Today 26 Feb 2019
'That's all __ wrote' The Washington Post 25 Feb 2019
"That's all __ wrote" LA Times Daily 25 Feb 2019
"__ Persisted": children's book about inspirational women LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2019
'__ Persisted': children's book about inspirational women The Washington Post 07 Feb 2019
___-Hulk (Avenger) The Washington Post Sunday 03 Feb 2019
"___ sells seashells" Universal 31 Jan 2019
Ironclad designation Newsday 19 Jan 2019
'Steady as ___ goes' New York Times 14 Jan 2019
Feminine pronoun The Sun Two Speed 12 Jan 2019
Female among fishermen The Sun Two Speed 12 Jan 2019
'Nevertheless, ___ persisted' The Washington Post Sunday 06 Jan 2019
Sailing pronoun The Washington Post 04 Jan 2019
Sailing pronoun LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2019
Any liner Newsday 03 Jan 2019
Pronoun for ships Newsday 02 Jan 2019
See 39-Across
That woman
Vessel's pronoun
Caitlin Jenner, since 2015
1887 novel of the lost city of Kor
Seashell seller of rhyme
Seashell seller
"___ sells sea shells . . ."
Pronoun for a ewe
That liner
Ship's pronoun
Seller of sea shells
"Thar ___ blows!"
"Thar ___ blows!"
"___ sells seashells ..."
Pronoun hidden in "what's her name"
"___ Came in Through the Bathroom Window"
Ewe's pronoun
Pronoun for a mom
Ship's pronoun
Boat pronoun
Goose, e.g.
"__ Persisted": children's book about inspirational women
Pronoun for a ship
TV's "Murder, ___ Wrote"
"That's all __ wrote"
"Isn't __ Lovely": Stevie Wonder hit
"Steady as ___ goes"
"___ Will Be Loved" (Maroon 5 hit)
"___ sells seashells"
"Murder, ___ Wrote"
Pronoun for a jenny
"__ Blinded Me With Science": 1983 hit
Seashell seller of note
Sailing pronoun
"__ Came in Through the Bathroom Window": Beatles
Pop duo __ & Him
Hen or heifer
Book followed by the sequel "Ayesha"
Naval pronoun
'___-Ra and the Princesses of Power' Jonesin 01 Jan 2019
___/her/hers
___/her pronouns
___-Hulk (green superheroine)
"I think my love as rare / As any __ belied by false compare": Shak.
___ shed (man cave relative)
"___ sells seashells ..."
That woman
"That's all ___ wrote"
Feminine pronoun Universal 25 Dec 2018
Pronoun for a princess LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2018
Pronoun for a princess The Washington Post 23 Dec 2018
Cow, for one The Washington Post 21 Dec 2018
Cow, for one LA Times Daily 21 Dec 2018
"Oh, no ___ didn't!" Universal 19 Dec 2018
Rider Haggard novel The Times Concise 18 Dec 2018
Preferred pronoun, perhaps Jonesin 04 Dec 2018
Yon yacht LA Times Daily 02 Dec 2018
Yon yacht The Washington Post 02 Dec 2018
That woman The Washington Post 29 Nov 2018
That lass Wall Street Journal 29 Nov 2018
That woman LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2018
Noted seashell seller LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2018
Noted seashell seller The Washington Post 26 Nov 2018
"__ & Him": Zooey Deschanel duo LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2018
'__ & Him': Zooey Deschanel duo The Washington Post 24 Nov 2018
That nice lady Family Time 19 Nov 2018
'___ Hate Me' (Spike Lee film) The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Nov 2018
Spanish : ella :: English : ___ New York Times 08 Nov 2018
Anonymous seashore vendor? LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2018
Anonymous seashore vendor? The Washington Post 03 Nov 2018
This woman New York Times 28 Oct 2018
Some people's preferred pronoun Jonesin 23 Oct 2018
U-turn from he Family Time 22 Oct 2018
Philip Roth's "When ___ Was Good" The New Yorker 22 Oct 2018
Miss, say LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2018
Opposite of he Family Time 21 Oct 2018
Miss, say The Washington Post 21 Oct 2018
Yacht pronoun Universal 21 Oct 2018
Ewe, say The Washington Post 17 Oct 2018
Ewe, say LA Times Daily 17 Oct 2018
Pronoun for ships Universal 14 Oct 2018
___-crab soup USA Today 04 Oct 2018
Haggard classic Wall Street Journal 29 Sep 2018
___-bear New York Times 27 Sep 2018
'___ Will Be Loved' (possible song at the next Super Bowl halftime show) Jonesin 25 Sep 2018
Naval pronoun Universal 25 Sep 2018
That miss Premier Sunday 23 Sep 2018
Stevie Wonder's 'Isn't ___ Lovely' USA Today 20 Sep 2018
That cow or sow USA Today 12 Sep 2018
Nautical pronoun The Washington Post Sunday 09 Sep 2018
That lady at the core of British Empire Irish Times Crosaire 01 Sep 2018
Tongue twister pronoun New York Times 31 Aug 2018
'___ Walks in Beauty' (Byron poem) New York Times 24 Aug 2018
That girl Wall Street Journal 22 Aug 2018
That miss Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2018
Sow or cow's pronoun USA Today 30 Jul 2018
Miss identification Wall Street Journal 17 Jul 2018
That ship Thomas Joseph 11 Jul 2018
Any boat New York Times 09 Jul 2018
Part 2 and part 5 of Ontario's motto Canadiana 09 Jul 2018
That lady Thomas Joseph 21 Jun 2018
Any ship Newsday 21 Jun 2018
Petal-plucker's pronoun USA Today 18 Jun 2018
That girl Family Time 11 Jun 2018
'__ Loves You': Beatles The Washington Post 11 Jun 2018
"__ Loves You": Beatles LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2018
Boater's pronoun USA Today 31 May 2018
Miss identification? New York Times 16 May 2018
Her kin? Universal 15 May 2018
Miss term? Universal 10 May 2018
Miss identification? Wall Street Journal 28 Apr 2018
Catamaran address Newsday 20 Apr 2018
Pronoun for a yacht USA Today 13 Apr 2018
"Isn't ___ lovely?" Universal 09 Apr 2018
Ship's calling? Universal 08 Apr 2018
Gender pronoun option Jonesin 03 Apr 2018
Ship's pronoun New York Times 03 Apr 2018
That vessel Premier Sunday 25 Mar 2018
That young lady Family Time 19 Mar 2018
Term for 11 Down Newsday 15 Mar 2018
Nautical pronoun USA Today 15 Mar 2018
Noted seashore vendor Family Time 11 Mar 2018
'___ Said ___ Said' (1966 Beatles song) The Washington Post Sunday 25 Feb 2018
Craft, generally Newsday 24 Feb 2018
Address for a tanker Newsday 23 Feb 2018
"Thar ___ blows!" USA Today 13 Feb 2018
Many a boat, to its skipper LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2018
Many a boat, to its skipper The Washington Post 20 Jan 2018
"___ loves me . . ." USA Today 16 Jan 2018
What to call a catamaran Newsday 12 Jan 2018
Cow or sow LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2018
Cow or sow The Washington Post 10 Jan 2018
That wonderful lady Family Time 08 Jan 2018
'___ Drives Me Crazy' (1989 hit) Jonesin 02 Jan 2018
Miss identification?
That girl
That lass
That miss
Any boat
"___ Walks in Beauty" (Byron poem)
"___ Hate Me" (Spike Lee film)
Haggard classic
Tongue twister pronoun
___-bear
Yon yacht
That woman
That girl
Pronoun for a princess
Noted seashell seller
___-crab soup
Spanish : ella :: English : ___
"Isn't ___ lovely?"
"Oh, no ___ didn't!"
"Steady as ___ goes"
Feminine pronoun
Her kin?
Miss term?
Naval pronoun
Miss, say
Many a boat, to its skipper
Ewe, say
Cow, for one
Cow or sow
Anonymous seashore vendor?
"__ Walks in Beauty": Byron poem
Pronoun for ships
Ship's calling?
"__ Loves You": Beatles
"__ & Him": Zooey Deschanel duo
Yacht pronoun
This woman
"Thar ___ blows!"
"___ loves me . . ."
Boater's pronoun
Petal-plucker's pronoun
Pronoun for a yacht
Sow or cow's pronoun
Stevie Wonder's "Isn't ___ Lovely"
Ship's pronoun
Miss identification?
That cow or sow
___-crab soup
Miss identification
Yonder yacht The Washington Post Sunday 31 Dec 2017
'And ___ Was' (1985 Talking Heads hit) Jonesin 26 Dec 2017
Vixen, e.g Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2017
''Steady as __ goes!'' Newsday 13 Dec 2017
What to call a yawl Newsday 10 Dec 2017
Haggard novel Wall Street Journal 21 Nov 2017
Pronoun for a princess Wall Street Journal 06 Nov 2017
Nautical pronoun Newsday 12 Oct 2017
That lass Premier Sunday 08 Oct 2017
'That's what ___ said!' Wall Street Journal 04 Oct 2017
That gal Wall Street Journal 03 Oct 2017
Pronoun for half the hurricanes USA Today 29 Sep 2017
'Thar __ blows!' The Washington Post 28 Sep 2017
"Thar __ blows!" LA Times Daily 28 Sep 2017
Female that, boarding bus, may get items from garden centre The Telegraph Toughie 27 Sep 2017
H Rider Haggard novel, subtitled A History of Adventure The Times Specialist Sunday 17 Sep 2017
Female pronoun The Washington Post 12 Sep 2017
Female pronoun LA Times Daily 12 Sep 2017
Yonder yawl Newsday 27 Aug 2017
''That's all __ wrote'' Newsday 20 Aug 2017
Ship, to its skipper New York Times 11 Aug 2017
Any vessel, traditionally New York Times 27 Jul 2017
Word in a whaler's cry USA Today 25 Jul 2017
"___ Hate Me" (Spike Lee movie) USA Today 20 Jul 2017
Seashell seller in a tongue twister Family Time 16 Jul 2017
Doe or sow Premier Sunday 02 Jul 2017
What to call cutters Newsday 24 Jun 2017
Seashell seller of a tongue twister New York Times 21 Jun 2017
That woman Premier Sunday 11 Jun 2017
Ship owner's pronoun Universal 11 Jun 2017
'Ain't ___ Sweet' New York Times 01 Jun 2017
"Thar ___ blows" USA Today 23 May 2017
Pronoun for a skiff The Washington Post 21 May 2017
Pronoun for a skiff LA Times Daily 21 May 2017
Boat's pronoun Universal 19 May 2017
Calico cat, generally Wall Street Journal 18 May 2017
Pronoun for a ship Wall Street Journal 15 May 2017
Ship, as a pronoun Universal 14 May 2017
Pronoun for a dam or doe USA Today 08 May 2017
__-wolf The Washington Post 04 May 2017
__-wolf LA Times Daily 04 May 2017
'Thar -- blows!' Premier Sunday 02 Apr 2017
Maiden rejected by flood survivor — the one demanding obedience? The Times Cryptic 28 Mar 2017
The lady Premier Sunday 19 Mar 2017
'___ walks in beauty, like the night': Byron Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2017
Word for a lady LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2017
Haggard title Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2017
Counterpart of he Family Time 05 Feb 2017
Ship, to a sailor LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2017
Captain's pronoun for a vessel Universal 29 Jan 2017
"Steady as ___ goes" USA Today 20 Jan 2017
"Isn't ___ Lovely?" (Stevie Wonder song) Universal 14 Jan 2017
Pronoun for a ship The Washington Post 14 Jan 2017
Cow or sow USA Today 03 Jan 2017
__-wolf
"Isn't ___ Lovely?" (Stevie Wonder song)
Boat's pronoun
Ship owner's pronoun
Ship, as a pronoun
That lady Family Time 01 Jan 2017
"Ain't ___ Sweet"
Any vessel, traditionally
Seashell seller of a tongue twister
"Steady as ___ goes"
"Thar ___ blows"
Ship, to its skipper
"___ Hate Me" (Spike Lee movie)
Cow or sow
Pronoun for a dam or doe
Pronoun for half the hurricanes
"Thar __ blows!"
Female pronoun
Pronoun for a skiff
Ship, to a sailor
Word in a whaler's cry
Yon maiden Wall Street Journal 27 Dec 2016
"That's all ___ wrote" USA Today 06 Dec 2016
Miss LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2016
That aunt Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2016
Seashell seller in a tongue-twister USA Today 11 Nov 2016
Her relative? Universal 08 Nov 2016
That ship Premier Sunday 06 Nov 2016
That female Family Time 06 Nov 2016
"... 'tis not to me __ speaks": Romeo LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2016
Ship, to its crew LA Times Daily 02 Nov 2016
Any female Family Time 30 Oct 2016
Novel by Rider Haggard The Times Concise 27 Oct 2016
'Now I ain't sayin' ___ a gold digger' (Kanye West lyric) New York Times 27 Oct 2016
"__ Hate Me": Spike Lee film LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2016
'That's all ___ wrote' The Washington Post 07 Oct 2016
Noted seashore vendor, in a tongue twister The Washington Post 04 Oct 2016
Sailor's pronoun LA Times Daily 21 Sep 2016
That girl Universal 10 Sep 2016
One called Miss LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2016
'___ Works Hard for the Money' The Washington Post 05 Sep 2016
The lady closing gates with haste The Times Cryptic 01 Sep 2016
Yonder ewe Wall Street Journal 29 Aug 2016
This boat Universal 21 Aug 2016
-- -devil Premier Sunday 07 Aug 2016
'That's what ___ said!' New York Times 27 Jul 2016
Word in place of a woman's name Wall Street Journal 22 Jul 2016
Seashell seller, in a tongue twister Family Time 03 Jul 2016
1880s novel subtitled 'A History of Adventure' Wall Street Journal 17 Jun 2016
Seashell seller of rhyme Universal 16 Jun 2016
"__ Hate Me" (Spike Lee movie) Universal 05 Jun 2016
___ & Him (Zooey Deschanel's band) The Washington Post 28 May 2016
'___ sweeps with many-colored brooms': Dickinson The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 May 2016
Harbor pronoun USA Today 27 May 2016
Haggard novel Universal 18 May 2016
Seller of sea shells, in a tongue twister USA Today 18 May 2016
That ship USA Today 15 May 2016
The vessel almost took off The Times Cryptic 06 May 2016
Ewe or sow LA Times Daily 29 Apr 2016
"For __ had eyes, and chose me": Othello LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2016
Every other hurricane Newsday 14 Apr 2016
'___ Will Be Loved' (Maroon 5 hit) New York Times 08 Apr 2016
Calico cat, usually Wall Street Journal 31 Mar 2016
The aforementioned woman Wall Street Journal 22 Mar 2016
That lady Universal 19 Mar 2016
Any ship The Washington Post 19 Mar 2016
Broad figure? Universal 29 Feb 2016
Not he USA Today 28 Feb 2016
That lady Premier Sunday 28 Feb 2016
Female pronoun Universal 21 Feb 2016
Pronoun in several Beatles titles New York Times 17 Feb 2016
The woman over there Newsday 16 Feb 2016
Seagoing pronoun LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2016
'Thar blows!' Eugene Sheffer 04 Feb 2016
'Murder, ___ Wrote' The Washington Post 04 Feb 2016
Common pronoun Universal 27 Jan 2016
Boat, to a captain Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2016
Second word in Miss America's theme The Washington Post 21 Jan 2016
'That's all ___ wrote!' The Washington Post 17 Jan 2016
That ship New York Times 13 Jan 2016
Not he Universal 06 Jan 2016
Devil or bear lead-in New York Times 02 Jan 2016
Her relative?
"___ sweeps with many-colored brooms": Dickinson
"... 'tis not to me __ speaks": Romeo
"__ Hate Me": Spike Lee film
Byron's "__ Walks in Beauty"
Miss
One called Miss
Sailor's pronoun
Seagoing pronoun
Ship, to its crew
"Now I ain't sayin' ___ a gold digger" (Kanye West lyric)
"That's what ___ said!"
Devil or bear lead-in
Pronoun in several Beatles titles
That ship
"__ Hate Me" (Spike Lee movie)
Common pronoun
Not he
Seashell seller of rhyme
That lass
This boat
"That's all ___ wrote!"
"That's all ___ wrote"
Harbor pronoun
Seller of sea shells, in a tongue twister
That ship
Main pronoun?
That ship Eugene Sheffer 16 Dec 2015
Yonder ship Family Time 14 Dec 2015
Calico cat, probably The Washington Post 29 Nov 2015
'___ Stoops to Conquer' (Georgian-era comedy) The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Nov 2015
The girl he's bamboozled The Sun Two Speed 22 Nov 2015
Female person The Sun Two Speed 22 Nov 2015
That lass Universal 15 Nov 2015
'___ Walks in Beauty' (Byron poem) Jonesin 03 Nov 2015
"Murder, ___ Wrote" USA Today 24 Oct 2015
Ewe or doe Universal 23 Oct 2015
___-wolf Wall Street Journal 16 Oct 2015
The woman Eugene Sheffer 15 Oct 2015
Ship, to its captain New York Times 13 Oct 2015
"That's all ___ wrote!" USA Today 07 Oct 2015
Memorable shell seller Universal 30 Sep 2015
Car, affectionately New York Times 29 Sep 2015
"___ sells seashells . . ." USA Today 22 Sep 2015
That woman introduces Sherlock Holmes's last case Irish Times Crosaire 19 Sep 2015
Nautical pronoun New York Times 09 Sep 2015
Girl's pronoun Universal 04 Sep 2015
That lady USA Today 03 Sep 2015
'Does' or 'doesn't' follower New York Times 03 Sep 2015
'___ Bangs' (Ricky Martin hit) New York Times 18 Aug 2015
Adventure novel of 1887 Wall Street Journal 14 Aug 2015
This vessel The Chronicle of Higher Education 10 Jul 2015
One selling seashells USA Today 28 Jun 2015
Ship's designation Universal 13 Jun 2015
Any ship, affectionately USA Today 08 Jun 2015
Vessel, generally Newsday 30 May 2015
Seller of sea shells Universal 23 May 2015
Yachting pronoun LA Times Daily 10 May 2015
Preceder of 'loves me' and 'loves me not' New York Times 27 Apr 2015
___-devil New York Times 26 Apr 2015
That lass Eugene Sheffer 23 Apr 2015
Adventure novel set in the lost city of Kor Wall Street Journal 17 Apr 2015
Seashell seller USA Today 03 Apr 2015
Cow or sow Newsday 12 Mar 2015
Throw it in and dad is dashed? USA Today 28 Feb 2015
Yonder yacht Thomas Joseph 27 Feb 2015
Who sells seashells? USA Today 04 Feb 2015
Yonder lass Universal 01 Feb 2015
That skiff Universal 23 Jan 2015
"__ Will Be Loved": Maroon 5 hit LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2015
Ship, to its crew Newsday 15 Jan 2015
Noted seashore vendor? Family Time 12 Jan 2015
Something to call her Newsday 09 Jan 2015
Yonder ship USA Today 06 Jan 2015
Ship, to the captain LA Times Daily 02 Jan 2015
Preceder of "loves me" and "loves me not"
Nautical pronoun
Any ship, affectionately
"___ Stoops to Conquer" (Georgian-era comedy)
Cow or sow
This vessel
"___ sells seashells . . ."
"Murder, ___ Wrote"
Unnamed seller of seashells
"___ Bop" (1984 Cyndi Lauper song)
Ship, to its crew
Something to call her
That woman
Vessel, generally
Ship reference
Ewe or doe
Girl's pronoun
Memorable shell seller
Seller of sea shells
Ship's designation
That skiff
Yonder lass
That girl
"__ Bop" (hit by 45-Across)
Seashell seller?
___-Hulk (Marvel superhero)
That ship
"Steady as __ goes"
"__ Will Be Loved": Maroon 5 hit
Ship, to the captain
Word for a lady
Yachting pronoun
"Does" or "doesn't" follower
Pronoun for a ship
Jenny or vixen
Feminine pronoun
Calico cat, probably
"___ Bangs" (Ricky Martin hit)
Car, affectionately
Adventure novel of 1887
Adventure novel set in the lost city of Kor
Nautical pronoun
Not he
Ship, to its captain
Haggard book
___-devil
"Shmurda ___ Wrote" (2014 rap EP)
"___ Blinded Me With Science" (Thomas Dolby song)
Yonder ship
Who sells seashells?
Throw it in and dad is dashed?
That lady
That girl
___-wolf
Any ship
Seashell seller
One selling seashells
"___ Bop" (1984 hit)
'Isn't -- Lovely'
Ella, in the States
Dam or madam
Boater's pronoun
Any Muse
"__ Cried": 1962 hit for Jay and the Americans
Cow or sow
Andress film of 1965
"___ Loves You" (1964 chart-topper by the Beatles)
"___ Loves You" (1964 Beatles hit)
"___ Blinded Me With Science" (1982 Thomas Dolby song)
"That's all ___ wrote"
That skiff
"That's all __ wrote"
"Sea shells" miss of rhyme
"Ella" or "elle"
Why dad is now dashed?
That liner
Who blows thar?
Yonder woman
That girl
Bob Dylan's "___ Belongs to Me"
Yonder yacht
That woman
Every other hurricane
"There ___ is, Miss America"
Eve was the first
Yonder woman
"Murder, ___ Wrote"
The woman
Word in the titles of six songs by the Beatles
That boat
Thar-blows link
Ship, to a skipper
Miss identification?
Any ship
"That's all ___ wrote!"
That lady
That sailboat
Every other hurricane
That sweet yacht over there
Marine pronoun
Dam, e.g.
Petal puller's pronoun
Ship substitute
__-crab soup
With 21-Across, Cyndi Lauper hit
Filly, but not a billy
Seashell seller, in a tongue twister
Noted seashore vendor
One of every two hurricanes
Miss identification?
Hen or vixen
Doe or dam
Any car, affectionately
Ewe or doe
That boat
Elle's English-language counterpart
First song on "More of the Monkees"
Storm designation
Miss identification?
Ship personification
Any miss
Gendered term for a boat
Pronoun for a woman
Seaman's reference
Ship reference
"Steady as ___ goes"
41 Across, in English
Maritime pronoun
Pronoun following a slash, sometimes
"And ___ Was" (1985 Talking Heads single)
That vessel
Ship personification
Seller of seashells by the seashore
Seller of seashells
Notable seashore merchant
It makes dad dashed?
Boat, pronominally
Any ship
Any boat, affectionately
Address for a ship
"There ___ is, Miss America"
"Every Little Thing ___ Does Is Magic"
Haggard heroine
"___ Bangs" (2000 hit)
Ella's English counterpart
Gender-specific pronoun
Her, subjectively
1969 Tommy James and the Shondells hit
Ella's English counterpart
Ella, stateside
Every other hurricane
Gender-specific pronoun
Her, subjectively
Lady's pronoun
Ship reference
Sow or cow
That ship
The Beatles' "__ Loves You"
Tongue twister pronoun
Sailor's pronoun
Ella, stateside
That woman
Tongue twister pronoun
Sow or cow
That ship
'-- loves me ...'
The lady
Yonder yacht
The lady yonder
That yacht
Petal plucker's pronoun
Naval pronoun
H. Rider Haggard novel
Calico cat, usually
"___ Loves You"
"That's all ___ wrote!"
"He said, ___ said"
"Ain't ___ Sweet" (song classic)
First word in the Beatles' "Honey Pie"
Pronoun for any of the long entries
Every other tropical storm
Lady, e.g.
"Thar __ blows!"
That boat
What "elle" means
Cow or sow
Kenny Rogers's "___ Believes in Me"
One of the girls
See 50-Across
Vixen, e.g.
Dam or doe
"Every Little Thing ___ Does Is Magic"
"Isn't ___ Lovely"
Pronoun for a ship
That cruise ship
The lady
The lady in question
That girl there
Word missing twice in the Beatles' "___ Said ___ Said"
Yonder yacht
The woman in question
Yon maiden
Yon wench
___-goat
___-wolf
"___ loves you yeah, yeah, yeah"
Adventure novel set in a lost African city
That lady
Yonder yacht
Feminine subject
Lord Byron's "___ Walks in Beauty"
"Steady as ___ goes"
That ship
Elle, across the Atlantic
One of the girls
Pronoun on the briny
Seashell seller
"___ Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" (Kenny Chesney single)
American edition of elle?
'That's all -- wrote'
Ewe or sow
The girl
Beatles "___ Loves You"
Feminine Kiss classic?
Talking Heads "And ___ Was"
Vixen or hen
Crab or wolf preceder
Any ship
Miss designation
Sow or cow
Sow, for example
That ship
This tanker
Yonder yacht
"Steady as __ goes"
54-Across pronoun
"Isn't ___ Lovely?" (Stevie Wonder hit)
Any ship at sea
Eve was the first
Noted seashore vendor
Seashell seller, in a tongue twister
That woman
Yonder yawl
Any of the Dionne Quintuplets
Feminine Green Day song off "Dookie"?
First word in a tongue twister about seashells
H. Rider Haggard novel
"___ walks in beauty ..."
1965 title role for Ursula Andress
"___ being Brand" (Cummings poem)
"___ Cried" (1962 hit song)
"That's what ___ said"
"He & ___" (1960s CBS series)
Pronoun at sea
Pronoun for a lady
Pronoun for every other hurricane
Ship, affectionately
Womanly pronoun
Yonder lass
"___ Blinded Me With Science" (1983 Thomas Dolby song)
Ship's pronoun
Seashell seller
Pronoun on the briny
One of the girls
Elle, across the Atlantic
54-Across pronoun
"Steady as __ goes"
Opening word of "Rocket Man"
That girl
Pronoun sometimes used for boats
Word for half of all hurricanes
Seashell seller in a tongue twister
Pirate's pronoun
Womanly pronoun
That vessel
Pronoun sometimes used for vehicles
Pronoun for a boat
"___ had so many children ..."
Pirate's pronoun
Petal-plucking pronoun
Miss identification
"Ain't __ Sweet"
Yonder yawl
Yonder lady
What to call a catamaran
What sailors call skiffs
That windjammer
"What ___ said"
That girl
Pronoun often applied to cars
Nautical pronoun
Dinghy designation
A miss
"__ sells seashells . . ."
"Ella", in El Salvador
Talking Heads: "And ___ Was"
Kiss "Dressed to Kill" classic
Feminine Elvis Costello song?
The woman
The lass
That vessel
Cow or sow
-- -wolf
1994 Harry Connick Jr. album
1887 novel set in the city of Kor
"___ loves me ..."
"___ walks in beauty, like the night ...": Byron
Pronoun for a 49-Down
Sow or cow
That miss
The Beatles' "___ Loves You"
Captain's pronoun
Ingredient that makes dad dashed?
Pronoun for ewe?
Sea shell seller
"Ain't __ Sweet"
One term for Senator Boxer?
Miss identification
Petal-plucking pronoun
"And ___ Was," 1985 Talking Heads song
"___ Works Hard for the Money"
Boater's pronoun
First word in a tongue twister about seashells
Noted seashore vendor
Ship, to its captain
That cruise ship
That woman
Who blows thar?
Yonder ship?
That boat
Devil or wolf preceder
That lady
Who sells seashells by the seashore
Maroon 5's "___ Will Be Loved"
"The Vengeance of ___" (1968 film sequel)
"Here ___ comes, Miss America"
Sow or cow
Connick's funk album that's also a pronoun
"The ship" substitute
1887 novel subtitled "A History of Adventure"
That boat
Ship, to its captain
"Murder, __ Wrote"
Novel subtitled "A History of Adventure"
___-Hulk (comic book character)
Word after "does" and "doesn't" in an old ad slogan
"___ Done Him Wrong"
"Murder, __ Wrote"
"___ Blinded Me with Science" (1983 hit)
"Thar ___ blows!"
"Ain't ___ Sweet?"
Yonder ship
The woman in question
That lady
Pronoun for every other hurricane
Pen, e.g.
Haggard woman
"Ain't ___ Sweet"
That yacht
Pen, e.g.
One of the girls
"__ walks in beauty . . ."
Who blows thar?
"___ Believes In Me" (Kenny Rogers hit)
Ella, north of the Mexican border
Boater's pronoun
Byron's "__ Walks in Beauty"
Pronoun for Eve
'Murder, -- Wrote'
"___-Devil" (1989 Meryl Streep movie)
Womanly pronoun
One who'll be comin' round the mountain, in song
Doe or sow
That gal
"___ Hates Me," 2002 hit by Puddle of Mudd
"___ sells seashells by the seashore" (tongue twister)
First word of 10-/25-Down's "Billie Jean"
Address for a ship
Boat, pronominally
Feminine subject
Haggard work
One of every two hurricanes
Pronoun for a destroyer
Seashore seashell seller
Seller of seashells
Start of a daisy-plucker's phrase
Who blows thar?
Yon maiden
Miss, e.g.
One going steady?
One who'll be comin' round the mountain, in song
Seaman's pronoun
"Our boat," pronominally
Petal plucker's pronoun
Word for a storm
Female pronoun
Helmsman's pronoun
Pronoun for 54-Down
Pronoun for a skiff
Word with "loves me" and "loves me not"
"Thar ___ blows!"
"__ Believes in Me": Kenny Rogers hit
"__ Loves You": Beatles hit
Bear lead-in
Every other hurricane
Miss identification?
Nautical pronoun
Seashell seller, in a tongue twister
"That's all ___ wrote!"
One of every two hurricanes
That Muse
Seashell seller of rhyme
Seashell seller, in a tongue twister
Seaman's pronoun
Nautical pronoun
Miss identification?
Bear lead-in
"__ Loves You": Beatles hit
"__ Believes in Me": Kenny Rogers hit
English 57-Across
English 57-Across
Beatles' "__ Loves You"
"__ Done Him Wrong"
Calico cat, usually
Beatles' "__ Loves You"
"__ Walks in Beauty": Byron poem
"__ Done Him Wrong"
"The ship" substitute
Ewe, for one
Stevie Wonder's "Isn't ___ Lovely?"
Yacht personification
"___ Done Him Wrong" (Mae West flick)
Miss identification
Pronoun for every other hurricane
Sow, ewe, or mare
Word that can refer to the starts of 17-, 27-, 50-, and 64-Across
"The ship" substitute
Ship pronoun
"___ Loves You" (1964 Beatles hit)
"___ Bangs" (William Hung's "American Idol" song)
"That's all ___ wrote"
Word for a miss
That suffragette
With 36-Down, 1984 Cyndi Lauper hit
"___ Done Him Wrong" (1933 Mae West film)
Start of a well-known tongue twister
"Ain't ___ Sweet?" (Tin Pan Alley song)
"___ Cried" (1962 top 10 hit)
That girl
Word often substituted for "miss"
The queen as a subject?
Ship reference
Petal-plucker's word
Doe or heifer, e.g.
Captain's pronoun
Any miss
Donna Summer's "___ Works Hard for the Money"
That girl
That sloop
Pronoun for a ship
That woman
That girl
-- -devil
'That's all -- wrote!'
"___ Stoops to Conquer"
"___ Cried" (1962 hit)
Wolf lead-in
Wolf preceder
Mother Nature, say
__-wolf
Wolf preceder
Wolf lead-in
Mother Nature, say
Cyndi Lauper's "___ Bop"
1965 film based on an H. Rider Haggard novel
"___ Loves You" (the Beatles hit)
Any boat
"___ Walks in Beauty" (Lord Byron poem)
"___ Walks in Beauty"
"All That ___ Wants" (Ace of Base hit)
"___ Drives Me Crazy," #1 hit by the Fine Young Cannibals
"__ Cried": 1962 hit
"___ Hate Me" (2004 Spike Lee film)
Filly or jenny, e.g.
Doe or dam
"I'll Say ___ Is" (early Marx Brothers revue)
"__ Cried": 1962 hit
Seashell seller
"__ sells seashells ..."
Start of a memorable tongue twister
Byron's "___ Walks in Beauty"
Alan Jay Lerner's "___ Wasn't You"
That liner
Pronoun for a ship
Main pronoun
See 14-Down
That liner
Sailor's designation
Referential word at sea
Mariner's reference
Main pronoun
Seashell seller
"__ Loves You"
Haggard novel
__-crab soup
__-devil
Yonder yacht
Sow or cow
"Ain't __ Sweet?"
"___-Ra: Princess of Power"
That ship
___-Hulk (Marvel Comics character)
Cyndi Lauper's "___ Bop"
"Isn't __ Lovely": Stevie Wonder hit
Mariner's reference
Referential word at sea
Sailor's designation
Hen or doe
H. Rider Haggard novel
"___ had so many children . . ."
'Steady as -- goes!'
'Thar -- blows!'
"___ Loves You" (The Beatles)
See 14-Down
___-ass (jenny)
"__ sells seashells ..."
Haggard heroine
"Steady as __ goes!"
Boat pronoun
Haggard novel
Yonder damsel
Word before some animal names
"Ain't __ Sweet?"
It can replace a woman's name
Yonder yacht
Sailing pronoun
Ma'am or dam
"No ___ didn't!"
Vixen or dam
Word often substituted for a miss
Ship over there?
The Pequod, to Ahab
Naval pronoun
Her pronoun?
"___ Blinded Me With Science"
"Ain't ___ Sweet"
Word often substituted for a miss
Ewe or doe
Devil or wolf preceder
Any ship
"__ Wore a Yellow Ribbon": 1949 film
"__ Blinded Me with Science": 1983 hit
"__ Blinded Me with Science": 1983 hit
"__ Wore a Yellow Ribbon": 1949 film
H. Rider Haggard classic
Any ship at sea
"That's all __ wrote"
"___ Loves Me": Bock/Harnick musical
Any ship
Devil or wolf preceder
Naval pronoun
Start of a memorable tongue twister
1967 Monkees song
82 Down novel
The Pequod, to Ahab
Theme pronoun
Adventure novel of 1887
"That's all ___ wrote"
Its sequel was Ayesha
Haggard novel
"__ Stoops to Conquer"
Ship's pronoun
Seashells seller
Ewe or doe
"__ Loves You" (Beatles tune)
__-crab soup
The other woman
Start of a daisy-plucker's phrase
Ship pronoun
Petal-plucker's word
Female animal
Cow or sow
"Thar __ blows!"
Pronoun for the Golden Hind
H. Rider Haggard novel
Dam, e.g.
"___ Wore a Yellow Ribbon" (John Wayne film)
Word for half of hurricanes
Ursula Andress film
That lass
Ship pronoun
345
"___ loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah …"
"___ Loves You"
"There ___ goes ..."
Vixen or dam
Naval pronoun
1965 Andress film
"Murder, ___ Wrote"
"Thar-blows" link
"___ Wore a Yellow Ribbon" (1949 film)
"___ Works Hard for the Money"
Seashell seller of note
Notable seashore merchant
Doe or dam
Dam, for one
Haggard classic
Haggard book
"__ sells sea shells ..."
Ursula Andress film
1935 or 1965 fantasy film
1935 movie starring Helen Gahagan as Queen Hash-a-Mo-Tep of Kor
What to call George Eliot
That ship
Tommy James and the Shondells hit
H. Rider Haggard book
Ewe, for one
Boat, to its captain
The queen as a subject?
Any car, affectionately
Miss term?
Calico cat, generally
1967 song by the Monkees
"___ loves me …"
"___ Loves Me"
"Ain't ___ Sweet?"
Million-selling Harry Connick Jr. album
1965 Ursula Andress film
___-crab soup
H. Rider Haggard novel
Any seaworthy vessel
"___ Believes in Me"
H. Rider Haggard classic, 1887
Dam, for one
Doe or dam
"Every Little Thing ___ Does Is Magic"
This woman
Seashell seller
Notable seashore merchant
H. Rider Haggard's ageless queen
Pronoun for the USS Enterprise
Seashell seller?
African goddess of fiction
One of the girls
__-wolf
Type of wolf
Elle, across the English Channel
Ship pronoun
Pronoun for Paula
Haggard classic
Heifer or hen
Address for a ship
"There ___ goes ..."
H. Rider Haggard novel
"__ Loves You"
"___ Loves You" (Beatles)
Andress role, 1965
That vessel
Every other hurricane
Captain's pronoun
"Isn't ___ Lovely" (1976 Stevie Wonder hit)
"___ Believes In Me" (Kenny Rogers hit)
"___ walks in beauty..."
"___ walks in beauty..." (Byron)
That girl
Every other hurricane
Vessel, to the skipper
Andress film
Lass
Craft pronoun
Captain's pronoun
"___ Stoops to Conquer"
That girl
Seashell seller?
Ship personification
Goldsmith's "___ Stoops to Conquer"
He's jumbled?
"___ Drives Me Crazy” (Fine Young Cannibals hit)
"___-Devil"
See 57-Down
"Steady as ___ goes"
"___ Drives Me Crazy" (Fine Young Cannibals hit)
17-Across, e.g.
The lady in question
H. Rider Haggard novel
The gal
Pronoun for a vessel
Filly, but not a billy
1965 Ursula Andress film
"___ loves me not ..."
Donna Summer's "___ Works Hard for the Money"
The lady over there
Ursula Andress film
Cow or dam
Seashell seller?
'-- Bop' ('84 hit)
Heifer or hen
Ship pronoun
"___ Bop" (Cyndi Lauper hit)
"___ Loves You" (Beatles hit)
"_____ Done Him Wrong" (Mae West film)
H. Rider Haggard adventure
Any vessel
"___ Loves You" (Beatles song)
"___that was ever fair and never proud . . ."
Adventure novel of 1887
Broadway's "___ Loves Me"
Petal plucker's word
Petal-plucker's word
Streep title role "___-Devil"
The queen as a subject?
"___ Loves You" (Beatles hit)
Seashell seller
That ship
Yonder yacht
That woman
That ship
Petal-plucker's word
Pen's pronoun
Ella, north of the Mexican border
54-Across, in English
"___ Loves You" (Beatles hit)
"Murder, ___ Wrote"
Seller of seashells
Seashell seller
Rider Haggard novel
Pronoun for a yacht
Vixen, e.g.
Helmsman's pronoun
Harbor pronoun
"___ Walks in Beauty": Byron poem
"___ Loves You": 1964 hit
"That's all __ wrote!"
"Thar ___ blows!"
"Murder, ___ Wrote"
Yacht personification
That mother
Thar-blows link
Seagoing pronoun
Mother or daughter
Elle, in England
Any boat
"Ain't _____ Sweet"
"___ Loves You" (1964 Beatles chart-topper)
"_____ Stoops to Conquer"
"___ Loves You": 1964 hit
Vixen, e.g.
Seagoing pronoun
Helmsman's pronoun
Harbor pronoun
Cow, for one
"___ Walks in Beauty": Byron poem
"That's all __ wrote!"
"Thar ___ blows!"
"Thar __ blows!"
"Murder, ___ Wrote"
Seashell seller
Word repeated in the Beatles title "___ Said ___ Said"
That lady
Sow, ewe or mare
Doe or heifer
A miss
Pronoun for 39 Across
That's all _____ wrote
The other woman
Pronoun for 19 Down
"__ Stoops to Conquer"
Elle, in translation
___-wolf
That lady
One of the girls
Haggard novel
Haggard girl
That woman
Dam, e.g.
Noted seashore vendor
That girl
Woman
Ship designation
Noted seashore vendor
Dockside pronoun
Dam, e.g.
"Isn't ___ Lovely?": Stevie Wonder hit
Ship designation
The Beatles' "___ Loves You"
Dam, for one
"__ sells sea shells . . ."
Female pronoun
That skiff
Yonder woman
"Thar ___ blows!"
"___ Bop" (Cyndi Lauper tune)
Cow or sow
Dam, for example
Seashell seller, in a tongue twister
Novel whose title character is named Ayesha
Female
Pronoun for a ship
Seashore seashell seller, in a tongue twister
Haggard heroine
Pronoun for a destroyer
Haggard girl
"_____ Bop" (Cyndi Lauper)
Broadway's "_____ Loves Me"
Female pronoun
Mother or daughter
Haggard heroine
Pronoun for Eve
That hen or cow
Its sequel was "Ayesha"
1965 Andress movie
That girl
Any boat
Andress film
Dockside pronoun
Yon ship
One of 20 Across
Side in an age-old battle
Swab's pronoun
Petal-plucker's word
Oliver Goldsmith's "___ Stoops to Conquer"
Devil or bear preceder
Cow or sow
"___ Cried" (Jay & the Americans hit)
Feminine pronoun
Haggard heroine
Yonder yacht
"Thar ____ blows!"
Ship's pronoun
"Elle"
1994 Harry Connick Jr. album
Haggard title
Wolf or devil preceder
Many a storm
Boat, traditionally
Haggard title
H. Rider Haggard title
Hen or cow
Haggard protagonist
"When -- was bad..."
Woman or mare
"Thar -- blows!"
"__ sells sea shells ..."
"___ Loves You": Beatles hit
Sea shell seller, in a tongue twister
Thar __ blows!
That girl
"Isn't _____ Lovely?" (Wonder tune)
"Murder, _____ Wrote"
"_____ Works Hard for the Money"
Any car, affectionately
Sow or dam
Seashore seashell seller
Female
"___ Drives Me Crazy": 1989 no. 1 hit
"___ Done Him Wrong"
"Ain't ___ Sweet"
Cow or sow
Eve, but not Adam
"Thar _____ blows"
Ship pronoun
Yon damsel
Common pronoun
"That's all _____ wrote!"
___ Stoops to Conquer
"That's all _____ wrote"
Seaman's reference
The Four Tops' "When ___ Was My Girl"
Ship to a sailor
Throw it in and dad is dashed?
Helen Gahagan's only film
Pronoun for a boat
Ursula Andress film
__-crab soup
Pronoun sometimes used for vehicles
Donna Summer's "___ Works Hard for the Money"
That gal
"___ Bop" (1984 Cyndi Lauper hit)
A ship, to crew members
Ship, to a skipper
1887 romance novel
"Does ___, or doesn't..." (old Clairol slogan)
Thelma or Louise e.g.
"___ Believes in Me"
Pronoun for 52 Across
"What ___ Is" (1988 #1 country hit)
1887 novel set in the lost African city of Kor
Laverne or Shirley e.g.
"Tonight ___ Comes" (hit by the Cars)
Pronoun for a ship
He/___ (politically correct pronoun)
"Ain't __ Sweet?"
"Thar ___ blows!"
Cow or sow
"___-Devil" (1989 Streep film)
Sea shell seller
___-wolf
Ursula Andress starrer
Haggard adventure
That lass
Yonder ship
Word for "That Girl"
Sea shell seller
1965 Ursula Andress film
"___ Bop" (Cyndi Lauper hit of '84)
Ship pronoun
Memorable shell seller
"__ Done Him Wrong"
Word before "loves me" and "loves me not"
The queen as a subject?
"___ sells sea shells..."
One side in an age-old battle
H. Rider Haggard adventure
Girl's pronoun
What to call George Eliot
Ursula Andress film
That boat
Ship pronoun
George Sand or George Eliot, really
Elle, in English
"___ Stoops to Conquer" (Goldsmith comedy)
"___ Stoops to Conquer"
"___ Cried" (Jay and the Americans hit)
"___ Bop" ('84 Cyndi Lauper hit)
"___ Blinded Me With Science" (1983 Thomas Dolby hit)
Word repeated in "Does ___ or doesn't ___?"
Word before "loves me" and "loves me not"
One of every two hurricanes
1967 Monkees song
H. Rider Haggard book of 1887
"That's all ___ wrote"
"There ___ goes..."
____-bear: ursa
____ Loves You
Her relative
Haggard novel
"__ Loves You" (Beatles song)
Elle in Elmira
Eternal queen, of book and film
One side in a battle of the sexes
Who blows thar
That pen or hen
Seashore seashell seller
"___ Done Him Wrong" (1933 film)
"___ Drives Me Crazy" (1989 #1 hit)
Ayesha
"___ Loves You" (Beatles hit)
Any vessel
That's all ____ wrote!
Haggard novel
"Steady as___goes"
"___ Drives Me Crazy" (1989 hit)
Cyndi Lauper's "___Bop"
Ursula andress role
Pronoun for any ship
Haggard classic
He's jumbled?
Pronoun
Ella or elle
Haggard heroine
Yon maiden
Novel subtitled "A History of Adventure"
____-wolf
_____ devil
"The _____ Creature” (1957 monster flick)
"____ Stoops to Conquer"
"____ sells sea shells..."
Feminine subject
``___ loves me ..."
One who stoops to conquer
Word for a lady
____ wolf
``___ walks in beauty"
Andress role 1965
Feminine pronoun
Haggard work
"Thar _____ blows!"
African sorceress of fiction
Helen Gahagan film role of 1935
Rider Haggard romance
"___Bop" (1984 hit)
"_____ walks in beauty..."
1989 comedy "_____ -Devil"
The lass
"___ loves me . . . "
"___ didn't say yes..."
Andress film: 1965
Haggard novel
"___ Didn't Say Yes," 1931 song
Andress film
Pronoun for a calico cat
Haggard's Ayesha
"___ sells . . . "
"___ walks in beauty . . . "
"___-Devil," 1989 Streep film
Haggard title
"Murder, ___ Said," 1962 film
Haggard classic
Haggard romance
Haggard work
Kind of bear
TV spy film of 1980
Ursula Andress role
"___ walks in beauty . . . ": Byron
Christie's "Murder ___ Said"
Haggard queen
Haggard tale
"___ Stoops to Conquer"
"___ Didn't Say Yes"
Haggard heroine
Andress film: 1964
"___ had so many children . . . "
"___ sells seashells . . . "
Ursula Andress film: 1964
Haggard book
Haggard opus
Pronoun for Old Ironsides
Pronoun for the Pinafore
"___ Walks in Beauty"
" . . . the cruel'st ___ alive": Shak.
"___ Loves You," Beatles hit
Pronoun for a doe
"Murder ___ Said": Christie
"He/___," H. Gold novel
Haggard African queen
Girl
Ayesha
"He-___," Herbert Gold novel
"___ Wore a Yellow Ribbon," John Ford film
Pronoun for a hind
Haggard title
Pronoun for the Pinta
Pronoun
That filly
Nominative pronoun
Pronoun for the Pequod
That liner
Ayesha
Pronoun for Lassie
That lass
Pronoun for a daughter
"___ shall have music . . . "
Haggard's "___"
Haggard story
Female
Novel about Ayesha
Ayesha of fiction
Haggard's queen
1887 best-seller
"___ done him wrong"
Novel title
Ship designation
Word for a ship
Haggard's Ayesha.
Haggard title.
Word for a ship.
Pronoun.
What Italian's ella means.
Novel title.
Novel heroine.
Haggard novel.
1887 novel.
"___ didn't say yes . . . "
Ocean liner or airliner.
Woman.
Haggard romance.
Girl.
Certain one.
Ayesha.
Female: Prefix.
See 59 Across.
Haggard heroine.
Ship or plane.
Novel of 1887.
"___ didn't say 'Yes,' . . . "
See 63 Across.
The ship.
"Who is Silvia ? what is ___ . . . "
"That not impossible ___ . . . "
Who stoops to conquer?
African story, 1887.
Novel about Ayesha.
Romance of 1887.
Best seller of 1887.
A girl.
Haggard female.
Ship or girl.
A ship or a lady.
Pronoun for a 27 Down.
Romantic novel of 1887.
A Helen Gahagan role.
1887 book.
Novel by H. Rider Haggard.
First word of a Goldsmith title.
Noted English novel.
Rider Haggard's novel.
Rider Haggard novel.
Pronoun..
Companion piece of "King Solomon's Mines."
"That not impossible ___."
Sorceress heroine of 1887 novel.
Feminine pronoun.
African sorceress heroine of 1887.
Fictional ruler of a city in a volcano.
Ayesha, heroine of 1887.
Female.
"The fair, the chaste, the unexpressive ___."—As You Like It.
That girl.
"That not impossible ___."—Crashaw.
Sorceress of 1887.
Any aunt
Address for a ship
"___ Watch Channel Zero?!" (Public Enemy)
"___ Talks to Angels"
"___ Don't Use Jelly" (The Flaming Lips)
"___ Came In Through the Bathroom Window"
"___ Sells Sanctuary" (The Cult)
"What ___ Left Behind" (Ellen Marie Wiseman best seller)
"Oh no ___ didn't!"
Zooey Deschanel's band ___ & Him
___ & Him (14-Across's indie band)
Word for a miss
That ship
Seaman's reference
Pen or dam, for one
Ma'am or dam
First word of "Billie Jean"
Ella, in El Salvador
"___ Don't Use Jelly" (1993 The Flaming Lips song)
Broad figure?
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