Word "SOUP" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an unfortunate situation
Examples:
we're in the soup now

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
any composition having a consistency suggestive of soup

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
dope (a racehorse)

Crossword Clues for SOUP

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Clue Source Date
Miso dish Universal 08 Jan 2022
Early course at a restaurant Universal 08 Nov 2021
Stock offering? Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2021
Stock kin Wall Street Journal 14 Oct 2021
Very cheerful, but in trouble here? The Times Cryptic 08 Oct 2021
Progresso product Universal 08 Oct 2021
Broth The Telegraph Quick 29 Aug 2021
Stock holder New York Times 28 Aug 2021
First course in a tureen Newsday 25 Aug 2021
Hotel out from South Pole offering stock option? Irish Times Crosaire 13 Aug 2021
Diner order Thomas Joseph 06 Jul 2021
Very happy to find bird's nest, say The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Jul 2021
Something you're not likely to fork out? New York Times 18 Jun 2021
Starter in a bowl The Washington Post Sunday 13 Jun 2021
What you could make with the bones of 6 down as a stock offering? Irish Times Crosaire 11 Jun 2021
Chowder, e.g The Washington Post 02 Jun 2021
Chowder, e.g LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2021
Introductory course, perhaps Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2021
Eg, minestrone The Times Concise 19 Apr 2021
Chicken noodle, e.g USA Today 29 Mar 2021
Salad alternative Newsday 28 Feb 2021
Liquid food The Telegraph Quick 15 Feb 2021
Dish put away with a spoon The Washington Post 14 Feb 2021
Dish put away with a spoon LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2021
Broth The Telegraph Quick 08 Dec 2020
Developer's very well informed The Telegraph Toughie 04 Dec 2020
Juice (up) New York Times 28 Nov 2020
Liquid course Newsday 22 Nov 2020
Wet meal Family Time 15 Nov 2020
Diner order Thomas Joseph 09 Nov 2020
Miso bowlful Universal 21 Oct 2020
Introductory course? New York Times 11 Oct 2020
Suspended course Newsday 10 Oct 2020
''Chicken noodle'' course Newsday 29 Sep 2020
Gazpacho or minestrone Newsday 06 Sep 2020
Starting course The Washington Post 05 Sep 2020
Starting course LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2020
Gazpacho or gomguk USA Today 13 Aug 2020
Stock option? Jonesin 14 Jul 2020
Mulligatawny or borscht? The Telegraph Quick 23 Jun 2020
Bisque or chowder Universal 06 Jun 2020
Gumbo or bisque, e.g Eugene Sheffer 19 May 2020
Common stock option? LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2020
Common stock option? The Washington Post 24 Apr 2020
Liquid lunch, perhaps Universal 05 Apr 2020
Pittance for initial preferential stock offering? Irish Times Crosaire 11 Mar 2020
'Cream of' concoction The Washington Post 10 Mar 2020
"Cream of" concoction LA Times Daily 10 Mar 2020
Borscht, e.g Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2020
Broth The Sun Two Speed 26 Feb 2020
Very high bird's nest? The Sun Two Speed 26 Feb 2020
Slurped dish Wall Street Journal 16 Dec 2019
Meal in a pot LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2019
Meal in a pot The Washington Post 13 Dec 2019
Easy lunch to fix Family Time 18 Nov 2019
Pressure follows woman on the radio in trouble, as the saying goes Irish Times Crosaire 13 Sep 2019
Eg, mulligatawny The Times Concise 23 May 2019
Turbocharge, with ''up'' Newsday 03 May 2019
Chicken noodle, for one Family Time 21 Apr 2019
Certain appetizer The New Yorker 11 Mar 2019
Vichyssoise or borscht USA Today 19 Jan 2019
Vichyssoise or borscht
Chicken noodle, for one Newsday 12 Dec 2018
Part of a liquid diet Wall Street Journal 29 Nov 2018
Thick fog The Washington Post 22 Nov 2018
Thick fog LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2018
One might put stock in it The Washington Post 31 Oct 2018
One might put stock in it LA Times Daily 31 Oct 2018
Stock option Wall Street Journal 15 Sep 2018
Stock option? Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2018
Wet course Universal 17 Aug 2018
Panera Bread bowlful USA Today 06 Jul 2018
Vegetable or chicken noodle, for example Family Time 01 Jul 2018
'Du jour' menu item USA Today 19 May 2018
Common first course USA Today 07 May 2018
Very happy to make broth The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Mar 2018
Liquid food Irish Times Simplex 24 Feb 2018
Meal starter Thomas Joseph 17 Jan 2018
Make more powerful, with 'up' New York Times 13 Jan 2018
Bird's-nest, e.g The Washington Post 12 Jan 2018
Metaphor for fog Newsday 12 Jan 2018
Bird's-nest, e.g LA Times Daily 12 Jan 2018
Thick fog
"Du jour" menu item
Common first course
Panera Bread bowlful
Wet course
Make more powerful, with "up"
Bird's-nest, e.g.
One might put stock in it
Dish in a bowl
Part of a liquid diet
Stock option
Stock option?
Broth thus raised The Sun Two Speed 16 Dec 2017
Meal in a can Universal 11 Dec 2017
First course, often USA Today 14 Nov 2017
Campbell's product New York Times 13 Nov 2017
Salad alternative New York Times 12 Nov 2017
Minestrone or chicken noodle Newsday 31 Oct 2017
"No ___ for you!" ("Seinfeld" catchphrase) USA Today 17 Oct 2017
Pea ___ The Washington Post Sunday 01 Oct 2017
Liquid dish The Telegraph Quick 26 Sep 2017
Salad go-with LA Times Daily 25 Sep 2017
Salad go-with The Washington Post 25 Sep 2017
Sandwich complement Universal 27 Aug 2017
Vichyssoise or borscht New York Times 21 Aug 2017
First course option Wall Street Journal 12 Aug 2017
Stock offering? Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2017
Diner order Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2017
Split pea, for one Family Time 29 Jan 2017
Minestrone, for one Newsday 23 Jan 2017
Vichyssoise or borscht
Campbell's product
Salad alternative
Salad go-with
Sandwich complement
First course, often
"No ___ for you!" ("Seinfeld" catchphrase)
Meal in a can
Gazpacho or minestrone USA Today 29 Dec 2016
Simple meal Universal 18 Dec 2016
Minestrone, for example Newsday 28 Nov 2016
Early course The Washington Post 02 Nov 2016
Broth The Times Concise 06 Oct 2016
Bisque or gazpacho New York Times 16 Aug 2016
Gazpacho, for one USA Today 08 Jul 2016
You might put stock in it New York Times 01 Apr 2016
Minestrone, e.g Premier Sunday 13 Mar 2016
Gazpacho, for one The Washington Post 19 Feb 2016
Alphabet ___ The Washington Post 24 Jan 2016
Starting course
Gazpacho, for one
Gazpacho or minestrone
Simple meal
Bisque or gazpacho
Campbell's product Eugene Sheffer 02 Oct 2015
Lunch serving, sometimes USA Today 28 Sep 2015
First course, sometimes New York Times 06 Aug 2015
Mock turtle, for one Universal 13 Jul 2015
Make more powerful, with "up" LA Times Daily 21 May 2015
Early course, often USA Today 18 May 2015
Course following revolution extremely onerous at University The Times Cryptic 15 May 2015
Beginning course, sometimes USA Today 03 Apr 2015
Minestrone, for instance Newsday 18 Mar 2015
Chicken noodle, e.g Universal 15 Mar 2015
You may put stock in it New York Times 08 Feb 2015
Salad alternative
Early course, often
Chicken noodle, e.g.
Primordial ___
Beginning course, sometimes
First course, perhaps
Mock turtle, for one
Minestrone, for instance
Minestrone or mulligatawny
You may put stock in it
First course, sometimes
Make more powerful, with "up"
Lunch serving, sometimes
Wet course
Borscht, for one
Beginning course
Vichyssoise or gazpacho, e.g.
Primordial ___
Wet course
Place for a fly, in jokes
Gazpacho, e.g.
Beginning course, sometimes
Beginning course
Stones "Goats Head ___"
Dinner course, often
"Cream of" serving
Opposite of nuts?
Salad alternative
Primordial ___
Primordial ___
First course, maybe
First course, sometimes
Thick fog
Liquid lunch?
Introductory course?
Antithesis of 32-Down
Minestrone, for one
Gazpacho, for instance
Campbell's product
Gazpacho, e.g.
Gumbo or gazpacho
Meal starter, frequently
With 73-Across, stock
Beginner's course?
Bisque or broth
Gazpacho, e.g.
Bisque or borscht, e.g.
Bisque or broth
Gazpacho, e.g.
Can it
Chicken noodle, e.g.
Where stock is found
Winter warmer
"Du jour" item
Campbell's product
First course, often
Minestrone, for one
Course taken with a spoon
Campbell's product
Tom yum, e.g.
Course taken with a spoon
Food in a memorable "Seinfeld" episode
Cullen Skink, for one
Tureen contents
Dinner alternative to salad
Alternative to salad
Food in a memorable "Seinfeld" episode
With 57-Down, memorable "Seinfeld" character, with "the"
Broth
-- -to-nuts
First course, sometimes
Tureen contents
Gazpacho, e.g.
Won ton --
See 24-Across
Possible first course
Item du jour, often
Course in a tureen
First course, sometimes
"Du jour" item
Starter, perhaps
Added power, in slang
Chowder or bisque
Ladled salad bar item
Nuts' opposite?
Nuts' opposite?
Ladled salad bar item
Chowder or bisque
Minestrone, e.g.
Introductory course
Borscht, e.g.
Introductory course?
Minestrone, e.g.
Added horsepower
Bisque, e.g.
Stock offering?
Stock's cousin
Mulligatawny or consommé
First course
Dinner's first course
Course in a tureen
Trouble, informally, with "the"
Trouble, informally, with "the"
Thick fog
Joke locale for a fly doing the backstroke
Elective course?
Mulligatawny, for one
*Salad partner
Starting fare, often
Ladled course
Alphabet __
Beginning course, perhaps
Sandwich go-with
It's not forked out
First course, maybe
Bowling for ___ (pop band with the song "1985")
Ladled course
Alphabet __
First course option
Sandwich go-with
Minestrone, for example
Sandwich go-with
"___ to nuts"
Menu section
Progresso product
Minestrone, e.g.
Primordial stuff
Split pea, e.g.
Where to see the alphabet float
Vegetable or tomato, e.g.
Liquid nourishment
Tureen contents
Cream of mushroom, e.g.
Lunch course
Progresso product
Thick fog
Short course
Split pea, e.g.
Dinner course
Bisque or borscht, e.g.
Gazpacho, e.g.
Extra horsepower, slangily
Dinner course
"Duck _____"
Egg drop, e.g.
Progresso product
Gumbo, e.g.
Mulligatawny, e.g.
Minestrone
Salad alternative
See 85 Down
Half-sandwich go-with
Beginning course, often
First course
Minestrone, e.g.
Mulligatawny, for one
First course, often
First course
Half-sandwich go-with
Mulligatawny, e.g.
"Du jour" item
Progresso product
Dinner starter
Cold food?
Hot course
"Duck __"
Chowder or gumbo
Menu item
Split pea, e.g.
Campbell's forte
Wet course
Dinner starter
Mulligatawny, e.g.
Pep (up), slangily
Chowder or bisque
Part of many meals
Yegg need
Borscht, e.g.
First course
Pep (up), slangily
___-to-nuts
Minestrone, for one
___ up: enliven
Stock-based fare
Watery course
Vegetable or tomato
Elective course?
A bad thing to be in
Chowder, for one
Chowder or gumbo
Dish sometimes made with a bird's nest
*Start of the word ladder
Starter course
Primordial stuff
__ tureen
Extra horsepower, in slang
Cock-a-leekie, e.g.
One type contains the alphabet
Liquidy food
Dinner course
Chowder
"Duck __" (Marx Brothers film)
E! network's "Talk ___"
Vichyssoise, e.g.
Minestrone, for one
Beginning course
Menu opener . . .
Dinner course
Duck ____
From___to nuts
Early course
Elective course?
Bisque or borscht
Thick fog, in slang
First course, maybe
Heavy fog
Potage
First in a group leader to 28 Down
Broth
Gumbo or skink
Dinner beginner
Garbure, e.g.
Minestrone or won ton
Vichyssoise
Winter lunch choice
Bisque or potage
Gazpacho
Mulligatawny
Rubaboo or skink
Thick fog
Dinner course
Minestrone, e.g.
Consommé
Pepper pot, e.g.
Gumbo, e.g.
Gazpacho, for one
Rubaboo is one
Menu item
First course
Counterpart of nuts
Dinner starter
Bouillon or bisque
Bouillabaisse
Heavy fog
Menu item.
First course.
Borsch.
Pepper pot.
Mulligatawny.
Potage.
Bisque.
Chowder.
Cocka-leekie.
Dinner course.
Minestrone.
Julienne.
Subject of Mock Turtle's song.
Subject of the Mock Turtle's song.
Consommé.
"As thick as pea ___."
Alphabet ___.
Heavy fog, in sailors' slang.
Heavy overcast: Slang.
Alphabet, for example.
Bouillabaisse.
Nitroglycerin: Thieves' slang.
Liquid-solid dish.
Liquid food.
Very positive appetizer (4)
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