Word "SHUT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut
Synonyms:
close
Examples:
shut the window

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
prevent from entering; shut out
Synonyms:
exclude, keep out, shut out
Examples:
The trees were shutting out all sunlight

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
used especially of mouth or eyes
Synonyms:
closed
Examples:
his eyes were shut against the sunlight

Crossword Clues for SHUT

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Clue Source Date
Open-and-___ case Family Time 03 Oct 2022
Closed The Telegraph Quick 30 Aug 2022
Close Eugene Sheffer 10 Aug 2022
Closed USA Today 06 Aug 2022
Closed The Telegraph Quick 13 Jul 2022
Padlocked Newsday 12 May 2022
Closed Universal 20 Apr 2022
Closed The Guardian Quick 19 Apr 2022
Like a secure door Family Time 17 Apr 2022
Close, as a door LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2022
Close, as a door The Washington Post 11 Apr 2022
Close(d) The Guardian Quick 06 Apr 2022
Opposite of open USA Today 26 Mar 2022
Close Wall Street Journal 09 Mar 2022
'___ up and take my money!' USA Today 28 Feb 2022
It's the complete opposite of those characters fronting 13 down and bar Irish Times Crosaire 28 Feb 2022
Close Eugene Sheffer 17 Feb 2022
Closed tight Newsday 15 Feb 2022
Close small cabin The Times Cryptic 02 Feb 2022
Not open USA Today 13 Jan 2022
Recreates from treasure chest with seal Irish Times Crosaire 12 Jan 2022
See 17 The Guardian Speedy 09 Jan 2022
Open-and-__ case LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2021
No longer ajar Universal 25 Nov 2021
Closed USA Today 18 Nov 2021
Close LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2021
Closed USA Today 04 Nov 2021
Open-and-___ case Family Time 01 Nov 2021
Close Eugene Sheffer 20 Oct 2021
Out of business Newsday 14 Oct 2021
Close tightly Universal 23 Sep 2021
Boarded up Newsday 26 Aug 2021
Not open USA Today 24 Aug 2021
Close New York Times 13 Aug 2021
Boarded up Newsday 28 Jul 2021
Recreates from treasure chest with seal Irish Times Crosaire 19 Jul 2021
Not cracked, say Wall Street Journal 22 May 2021
Closed New York Times 10 May 2021
Is not open close to women's shelter Irish Times Crosaire 23 Apr 2021
Close The Telegraph Quick 22 Apr 2021
Close Thomas Joseph 16 Apr 2021
Closed tight USA Today 29 Mar 2021
Closed USA Today 20 Mar 2021
'__ up!': 'Quiet!' The Washington Post 01 Mar 2021
"__ up!": "Quiet!" LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2021
Closed securely Newsday 13 Jan 2021
Closed Universal 13 Jan 2021
17-Across opposite The Washington Post 26 Nov 2020
17-Across opposite LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2020
Small outhouse is locked The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Nov 2020
Unwelcoming, like an office door USA Today 18 Sep 2020
Open-and-___ USA Today 15 Sep 2020
Bolted or barred, say Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2020
- New York Times 30 Jul 2020
Closed The Times Concise 20 Jul 2020
Bar that's similar to 13 across Irish Times Crosaire 20 Jun 2020
Not even ajar Universal 03 Jun 2020
Closed Irish Times Simplex 27 May 2020
Not even ajar USA Today 14 May 2020
Close The Washington Post 03 Apr 2020
Close LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2020
Slam, say Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2020
Partner of 12-Down Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2020
Closed
Close Eugene Sheffer 27 Dec 2019
Tightly closed The Washington Post 16 Dec 2019
Tightly closed LA Times Daily 16 Dec 2019
Securely closed Jonesin 19 Nov 2019
Not open The Washington Post Sunday 03 Nov 2019
Blocking airflow, perhaps Newsday 25 Oct 2019
Open-and-__ case The Washington Post 16 Sep 2019
Open-and-__ case LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2019
'___ your piehole!' New York Times 29 Jul 2019
Part of the Mogadishu terminal is not open Irish Times Crosaire 17 Jul 2019
Closed The Telegraph Quick 12 Jul 2019
Out of business USA Today 12 Jul 2019
Closed tightly USA Today 04 Jul 2019
Bar in Honshu territory The Sun Two Speed 30 Jun 2019
Securely sealed The Sun Two Speed 30 Jun 2019
Sealed The Washington Post Sunday 23 Jun 2019
Out of business New York Times 23 Jun 2019
Seal small outbuilding The Sun Two Speed 03 Jun 2019
Not open The Sun Two Speed 03 Jun 2019
Seal off Newsday 21 Apr 2019
Closed tight Newsday 09 Apr 2019
Close New York Times 21 Jan 2019
"___ your piehole!"
Closed tightly
Out of business
Close
Open-and-__ case
Close
Out of business
Another way of saying 9 across is to close Irish Times Crosaire 24 Dec 2018
Closed Premier Sunday 09 Dec 2018
Tightly closed Newsday 02 Dec 2018
Completely closed Family Time 18 Nov 2018
Fastened tightly Newsday 14 Nov 2018
To shed last of pounds added at the front The Telegraph Toughie 24 Oct 2018
Small outbuilding is closed The Sun Two Speed 19 Oct 2018
Close tightly LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2018
Close tightly The Washington Post 24 Sep 2018
Keep (out) Newsday 26 Aug 2018
Bar locks in Honshu tourist Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jul 2018
Like a locked door Universal 31 May 2018
Tightly closed USA Today 05 May 2018
Neither open nor ajar USA Today 20 Apr 2018
Close The Times Concise 15 Apr 2018
Z's LA Times Daily 19 Jan 2018
Boarded up Newsday 19 Jan 2018
Z's The Washington Post 19 Jan 2018
Sealed, say Premier Sunday 07 Jan 2018
Close tightly
Tightly closed
Like a locked door
Z's
Neither open nor ajar
Securely sealed Family Time 25 Dec 2017
Close tightly Universal 21 Dec 2017
Not ajar Newsday 05 Oct 2017
Fully closed, as a door Universal 20 Aug 2017
Not open Universal 08 Aug 2017
Seal The Washington Post 22 Jul 2017
Seal LA Times Daily 22 Jul 2017
Open's opposite New York Times 26 Jun 2017
Closed tightly Newsday 25 Jun 2017
Close Wall Street Journal 12 Jun 2017
See 14-Across USA Today 10 Jun 2017
Completely closed Universal 02 Mar 2017
Securely closed USA Today 01 Mar 2017
Slam The Telegraph Quick 19 Feb 2017
Boarded up USA Today 01 Feb 2017
Open's opposite
Fully closed, as a door
Completely closed
Not open
Seal
Close tightly
See 14-Across
Sealed off The Washington Post 31 Dec 2016
Seal off USA Today 27 Nov 2016
Sealed tight LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2016
Sealed tight USA Today 16 Oct 2016
Not open or ajar Universal 27 Sep 2016
Close tightly Newsday 23 Aug 2016
Close Canadiana 01 Aug 2016
No longer in business The Washington Post 10 Jul 2016
Make something close? Universal 15 Jun 2016
Boarded up, maybe Universal 05 May 2016
Sealed The Washington Post 19 Apr 2016
No longer ajar, say The Chronicle of Higher Education 26 Feb 2016
Sealed LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2016
Close
Sealed
Sealed tight
Sealed tight
No longer ajar, say
Make something close?
Not open or ajar
Padlocked Newsday 04 Dec 2015
Closed LA Times Daily 02 Dec 2015
Barred Newsday 24 Oct 2015
Not ajar Universal 11 Jun 2015
Impermeable Newsday 06 Jun 2015
Secured Newsday 02 May 2015
Not even ajar LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2015
Boarded up
Closed
Not even ajar
Barred
Impermeable
Padlocked
Secured
Closed
Not ajar
"___ up!"
Like a front door that's not letting all the cold in, do you think I'm paying to heat the entire outdoors or something?
Open-and-__ case
Closed
Turned (off)
Completely closed
Boarded up
Seal tightly
Closed
"___ up!"
MxPx "___ It Down"
Stopped operating, with "down"
Seal off
Latched, say
Latched, say
Confined
Close tightly
Close securely
Close
Bloodhound Gang "___ Up"
Turn (off)
Unopened
Not even ajar
Securely latched
Close
Clam (up)
Not even ajar
Sealed
Snow Patrol "___ Your Eyes"
Completely closed, as a door
Make it close?
Closed
Not even ajar
Sealed tight
Sealed up
Tightly closed
Open's partner
Seal up
Simple Plan: "___ Up!"
Out of business
Closed
Securely sealed
Door position
Close
Sealed
Open-and-___ case
Not even cracked
Put a lid on
Seal
Put a lid on
Locked up
Sealed
Block
Eyelid position
Closed tight
Not ajar
Closed tightly
Securely closed
Word in a Kubrick title
Sealed
Blank, with "out"
Confine
Boarded up
Word with "up" or "down"
Confine
Eyelid position
Make it close?
___ up (pipe down)
Open-and-___
Seal
Slammed, maybe
Slammed, maybe
Isolated, with "off"
Board up
Boarded up
Word with "in," "up" or "down"
Isolated, with "off"
Closed
Locked, maybe
Boarded up
Out of business
Open partner
Word with in, out or up
Seal up
Padlocked
Isolate, with "off"
Not ajar
Close
Closed tight
Closed tight
Securely closed
Seal up
Boarded up
Isolated (with "off")
Word with up or down
Fastened
Bolted
Securely closed
Close
Closed up
Latched
Bolted
Open's opposite
Fastened
Close
Close, as a window
Closed
Locked, maybe
Close
Word preceding up or down
Isolated, (with "off")
Word in the title of Kubrick's last film
Latched
Locked, maybe
Occlude
Confine
Kubrick's "Eyes Wide ___"
Unopened
Word with in or up or down
Close, as a door
Slam, maybe
Sealed
Preventing passage
Word with in, up or down
Slam
Locked
Door position
Close
Kubrick's "Eyes Wide ___"
Close
Closed
Not ajar
Sealed up
Slam, perhaps
Close up
Bar
Slam, perhaps
Boarded up
Fasten
Barricade
"Eyes Wide ___" (Kubrick's last film)
Sealed
Open's partner
"Eyes Wide -"
Prevent from scoring with 46 Across
Last word in the title of Kubrick's last film
Padlocked
Fastened securely
Isolated, with "off"
Secure
Put out of business
Open's partner
"Eyes Wide ___" (1999 movie)
Seal off
Open-and-___ case
"Button your lip!", with "up"
Occlude
Barred
Unopened
Closed
Barricade, with "in"
Folded up
Close down
Open-and-___ case
Door position
Locked
Bar
Fastened
Fasten
Occlude
Padlock
How Pandora should have kept her box
Kind of eye
___ up (imprison)
___ up shop
___-eye
___ out (exclude)
Confine
Faucet position
Exclude
Close.
Prevent entrance to.
Closed.
Fastened up.
Fastened.
Fold up.
Secured.
Enclose.
___ of (rid of): Colloq.
Bar.
Unopened.
Fold together.
Prohibit passage of.
___ out.
Padlock.
Padlocked.
Confine.
Closed tightly
"___ your trap!"
Sealed
Occlude
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