Word "STOP" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
put an end to a state or an activity
Synonyms:
cease, discontinue, give up, lay off, quit

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an obstruction in a pipe or tube
Synonyms:
block, blockage, closure, occlusion, stoppage

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the act of stopping something
Synonyms:
stoppage
Examples:
the third baseman made some remarkable stops
his stoppage of the flow resulted in a flood

Crossword Clues for STOP

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Clue Source Date
'Give it a rest!' USA Today 01 Aug 2022
Halt Canadiana 01 Aug 2022
Break ... or brake New York Times 31 Jul 2022
Cease Thomas Joseph 22 Jul 2022
Employing last of googlies, spinner gets close The Times Cryptic 19 Jul 2022
When a racer retires? Wall Street Journal 14 Jul 2022
Halt Thomas Joseph 11 Jul 2022
Put an end to Universal 01 Jul 2022
'Cut that out!' USA Today 29 Jun 2022
Halt The Telegraph Quick 13 Jun 2022
___-motion animation The Washington Post Sunday 12 Jun 2022
Octagon inscription Wall Street Journal 11 Jun 2022
How to go from capitals of Spain, Russia, Qatar and Peru. The Guardian Cryptic 09 Jun 2022
'Quit doing that!' USA Today 01 Jun 2022
'Quit it!' USA Today 20 May 2022
Halt USA Today 19 May 2022
Finish second best The Telegraph Cryptic 16 May 2022
'Cool it!' The Washington Post 13 May 2022
"Cool it!" LA Times Daily 13 May 2022
Come to rest Wall Street Journal 10 May 2022
Cease The Times Concise 07 May 2022
Refrain The Guardian Quick 07 May 2022
Halt Thomas Joseph 04 May 2022
"Knock it off!" Universal 01 May 2022
Discontinue The Times Concise 21 Apr 2022
Desist The Guardian Quick 19 Apr 2022
Halt Newsday 18 Apr 2022
Cease The Times Concise 18 Apr 2022
"Cut that out!" Universal 14 Apr 2022
'Quit it!' USA Today 09 Apr 2022
Cease Thomas Joseph 08 Apr 2022
Cut off Thomas Joseph 06 Apr 2022
Where do you get off? Wall Street Journal 06 Apr 2022
Crossing guard's sign Universal 02 Apr 2022
With last of deliveries, spinner's close The Times Cryptic 23 Mar 2022
'That's enough!' USA Today 13 Mar 2022
Finish second highest The Times Cryptic 07 Mar 2022
Go no further Newsday 06 Mar 2022
Peter - out of loaves from Sevastopol Irish Times Crosaire 05 Mar 2022
Octagonal street sign Universal 20 Feb 2022
Cause to halt The Guardian Quick 10 Feb 2022
Break off Newsday 29 Jan 2022
Train station, e.g The Washington Post 23 Jan 2022
Train station, e.g LA Times Daily 23 Jan 2022
“Enough with the lame puns already!” (and, when parsed as three words, a hint to the theme answers) Wall Street Journal 20 Jan 2022
'No más!' The Washington Post 20 Jan 2022
"No más!" LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2022
Halt Eugene Sheffer 19 Jan 2022
Bring to a close Wall Street Journal 18 Jan 2022
Knocking back containers of Scotch? Irish Times Crosaire 15 Jan 2022
Come to an end Irish Times Simplex 13 Jan 2022
Cease Wall Street Journal 10 Jan 2022
Come to an end Irish Times Simplex 06 Jan 2022
'Knock it off!' USA Today 05 Jan 2022
See 1 The Guardian Cryptic 29 Dec 2021
Take a break from doing Family Time 19 Dec 2021
Clog (up) LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2021
"Halt!" LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2021
Halt USA Today 06 Dec 2021
Halt The Telegraph Quick 26 Nov 2021
"Cut it out!" Universal 24 Nov 2021
Halt Eugene Sheffer 23 Nov 2021
Order not to pay LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2021
Halt Eugene Sheffer 08 Nov 2021
"That's enough!" LA Times Daily 30 Oct 2021
Knocking back vessels of Scotch? Irish Times Crosaire 29 Oct 2021
See 10 The Guardian Cryptic 27 Oct 2021
WH Auden's first instruction to mourners in Funeral Blues The Guardian Weekend 23 Oct 2021
"Enough!" Universal 02 Oct 2021
“Knock it off!” (or, parsed in three parts, a hint to the theme answers) Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2021
Second best bar The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Sep 2021
Halt The Washington Post 22 Sep 2021
'Cut that out!' USA Today 22 Sep 2021
Halt LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2021
Put an end to USA Today 21 Sep 2021
Word on an octagonal sign Universal 08 Sep 2021
Cease The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
Cease LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
'Quit it!' USA Today 17 Aug 2021
Bring to a halt USA Today 15 Aug 2021
'Don't do that!' USA Today 14 Aug 2021
Train destination Universal 13 Aug 2021
'Last ___ on Market Street' USA Today 11 Aug 2021
"That's enough!" LA Times Daily 11 Aug 2021
'That's enough!' The Washington Post 11 Aug 2021
Eight-sided warning Newsday 08 Aug 2021
Come to an end Irish Times Simplex 04 Aug 2021
Halt Thomas Joseph 03 Aug 2021
Directive on an octagon The Washington Post Sunday 01 Aug 2021
Cease-and-desist order? The Washington Post Sunday 25 Jul 2021
Halt Eugene Sheffer 24 Jul 2021
'Cut it out!' New York Times 11 Jul 2021
Word on a red sign Universal 07 Jul 2021
'Cut that out!' New York Times 24 Jun 2021
"Cut it out!" Family Time 07 Jun 2021
Halt The Times Concise 03 Jun 2021
Cease The Telegraph Quick 19 May 2021
"Quit it!" Family Time 16 May 2021
'Enough!' The Washington Post 14 May 2021
Cease Thomas Joseph 14 May 2021
"Enough!" LA Times Daily 14 May 2021
"Go no further!" Eugene Sheffer 12 May 2021
“That’s enough!” Wall Street Journal 11 May 2021
Hang it up New York Times 09 May 2021
Halt Thomas Joseph 04 May 2021
Boarding place Newsday 02 May 2021
Prevent vessels returning The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Apr 2021
Desist Eugene Sheffer 26 Apr 2021
Go no further Premier Sunday 25 Apr 2021
"Go no farther!" Universal 19 Apr 2021
Halt Eugene Sheffer 17 Apr 2021
'OK, that's enough!' USA Today 17 Apr 2021
Close second to peloton's leader The Sun Two Speed 16 Apr 2021
Terminate The Sun Two Speed 16 Apr 2021
Where do you get off? Wall Street Journal 10 Apr 2021
Quit it Family Time 04 Apr 2021
Pull up Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2021
Prevent The Telegraph Quick 30 Mar 2021
What the Supremes said to do 'in the name of love' New York Times 29 Mar 2021
Command on a red traffic sign Newsday 23 Mar 2021
Octagonal sign The Washington Post 23 Mar 2021
Octagonal sign LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2021
Obey an octagonal street sign USA Today 20 Mar 2021
Finish pulling over Universal 11 Mar 2021
Hit the brakes LA Times Daily 03 Mar 2021
Hit the brakes The Washington Post 03 Mar 2021
Call a halt to Newsday 01 Mar 2021
Come to a halt LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2021
Come to a halt The Washington Post 23 Feb 2021
Word on an octagonal sign The Washington Post 22 Feb 2021
Word on an octagonal sign LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2021
''Knock it off!'' Newsday 18 Feb 2021
What an outstretched arm with an open palm can mean New York Times 14 Feb 2021
'Cut it out!' USA Today 14 Feb 2021
Red alert Newsday 13 Feb 2021
Check pockets on the way back The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Feb 2021
Put an end to USA Today 08 Feb 2021
Octagonal street sign New York Times 08 Feb 2021
Bring to a halt Newsday 19 Jan 2021
Train rider's destination The Washington Post Sunday 17 Jan 2021
Some confess to priest in bar The Sun Two Speed 13 Jan 2021
Put a halt to The Washington Post 13 Jan 2021
Put a halt to LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2021
Telegraph period Thomas Joseph 07 Jan 2021
Rubberneck New York Times 06 Jan 2021
Hit the brakes Universal 30 Dec 2020
Station The Sun Two Speed 30 Dec 2020
Finish stone work The Sun Two Speed 30 Dec 2020
'Quit playing!' USA Today 24 Dec 2020
Call it a day USA Today 23 Dec 2020
Cease USA Today 16 Dec 2020
Cease or desist Universal 13 Dec 2020
Put the kibosh on New York Times 08 Dec 2020
''Cool it!'' Newsday 22 Nov 2020
Prevent good person getting work The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Nov 2020
"Knock it off!" Universal 16 Nov 2020
Organ part LA Times Daily 14 Nov 2020
Organ part The Washington Post 14 Nov 2020
Some menus to ponder in bar The Sun Two Speed 11 Nov 2020
Halt The Telegraph Quick 06 Nov 2020
"Cut it out!" Universal 25 Oct 2020
Some confess to police in bar The Sun Two Speed 10 Oct 2020
"Hold it!" Universal 06 Oct 2020
Eight-sided street sign Newsday 05 Oct 2020
Go no further LA Times Daily 23 Sep 2020
Go no further The Washington Post 23 Sep 2020
Set of organ pipes Newsday 20 Sep 2020
End of a telegraph line Wall Street Journal 12 Aug 2020
Knocking back containers of Scotch? Irish Times Crosaire 12 Aug 2020
Halt USA Today 10 Aug 2020
Word on an octagon Thomas Joseph 31 Jul 2020
Subway station New York Times 29 Jul 2020
Octagonal road sign Jonesin 21 Jul 2020
Where to get off The Washington Post 16 Jul 2020
What red might mean New York Times 16 Jul 2020
Where to get off LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2020
Bus place USA Today 09 Jul 2020
Go no further Newsday 08 Jul 2020
Studio behind 'Platoon' and 'Amadeus' New York Times 05 Jul 2020
Quit it Newsday 30 Jun 2020
React to red Wall Street Journal 24 Jun 2020
'Enough of this!' USA Today 18 Jun 2020
Red street-corner sign Newsday 16 Jun 2020
Red alert? Wall Street Journal 13 Jun 2020
Sign that anagrams to "post" Universal 11 Jun 2020
Metro-map circle The New Yorker 08 Jun 2020
Last word in a telegramese sentence The Times Specialist Sunday 07 Jun 2020
Bring to a close Newsday 24 May 2020
'Hold it!' USA Today 17 May 2020
"Go no further!" Family Time 11 May 2020
Check pace, needing oxygen to replace energy The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Apr 2020
'Enough already!' New York Times 13 Apr 2020
Arrest The Telegraph Quick 10 Apr 2020
'Quit it!' Jonesin 31 Mar 2020
Pack in Reims getting away from imposters Irish Times Crosaire 27 Mar 2020
Put to bed Newsday 07 Mar 2020
Telegram punctuation Wall Street Journal 26 Feb 2020
Organ part Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2020
Knock off Premier Sunday 09 Feb 2020
Jack in part of Sevastopol Irish Times Crosaire 27 Jan 2020
Investor’s order Wall Street Journal 12 Dec 2019
'Enough!' USA Today 11 Dec 2019
'Halt!' – vessels pulled up The Sun Two Speed 01 Dec 2019
'Say no more' The Washington Post 24 Nov 2019
"Say no more" LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2019
U-turn from go Family Time 10 Nov 2019
'Don't go any further' The Washington Post Sunday 03 Nov 2019
Metro map point USA Today 19 Oct 2019
Finish first in stage, leading The Sun Two Speed 29 Sep 2019
Word on a red sign Jonesin 17 Sep 2019
''Halt!'' Newsday 21 Aug 2019
'Go no further!' Eugene Sheffer 20 Aug 2019
''That's enough!'' Newsday 20 Aug 2019
Word on many street signs Family Time 12 Aug 2019
''Enough!'' Newsday 08 Aug 2019
Bring an end to Newsday 30 Jul 2019
'That's enough!' New York Times 29 Jul 2019
'Hold it right there!' New York Times 28 Jul 2019
Street sign Canadiana 15 Jul 2019
Sign at a corner, often Universal 11 Jul 2019
Check second highest point The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Jul 2019
Plug up Universal 03 Jul 2019
"Hold it right there!" LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2019
'Hold it right there!' The Washington Post 07 Jun 2019
Octagon word USA Today 27 May 2019
'Uncle!' Premier Sunday 26 May 2019
Terminate Wall Street Journal 13 May 2019
'Quit it!' Premier Sunday 12 May 2019
Place to board USA Today 06 May 2019
Desist The Guardian Speedy 05 May 2019
What a raised hand signifies The New Yorker 29 Apr 2019
Cease The Times Concise 25 Apr 2019
'Hold it!' New York Times 24 Mar 2019
Break in the action Newsday 17 Mar 2019
'Enough!' New York Times 01 Mar 2019
"This is my __" LA Times Daily 24 Feb 2019
'This is my __' The Washington Post 24 Feb 2019
'Freeze!' The Washington Post 20 Feb 2019
"Freeze!" LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2019
Word in an octagon Wall Street Journal 16 Feb 2019
Block Newsday 02 Feb 2019
Organ knob Universal 29 Jan 2019
The Supremes' '___! In the Name of Love' New York Times 28 Jan 2019
Sign on a school bus Universal 18 Jan 2019
Cool it Newsday 17 Jan 2019
Bus map indication Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2019
'TMI!' USA Today 06 Jan 2019
"That's enough!"
The Supremes' "___! In the Name of Love"
"Enough!"
Place to board
Bus map indication
Cease and desist
Metro map point
Terminate
Octagon word
"Hold it right there!"
Organ knob
Sign on a school bus
"This is my __"
"Hold it!"
"Hold it!"
"Cut it out!"
"Hold it right there!"
Sign at a corner, often
Word in an octagon
Pull up
Plug up
"TMI!"
Word on an octagon Wall Street Journal 24 Dec 2018
'You're killing me!' New York Times 14 Dec 2018
Halt Newsday 05 Dec 2018
'Say no more!' USA Today 04 Dec 2018
DVD player remote button Newsday 28 Nov 2018
Check New York Times 22 Nov 2018
What a red traffic light means New York Times 05 Nov 2018
Title of songs by Pink Floyd and the Spice Girls The Times Specialist Sunday 04 Nov 2018
Conclusion Wall Street Journal 29 Oct 2018
Some anxious to please in bar The Sun Two Speed 27 Oct 2018
Cease The Sun Two Speed 27 Oct 2018
Plug in items in the kitchen the wrong way round The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Oct 2018
Cut it out Universal 18 Oct 2018
Terminate Thomas Joseph 16 Oct 2018
Check store, needing time for hotel The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Oct 2018
Timetable listing Newsday 07 Oct 2018
Restrain Universal 04 Oct 2018
Remain second highest The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Sep 2018
Place to get on or off USA Today 21 Sep 2018
Arrest The Washington Post Sunday 09 Sep 2018
Leg of a tour Newsday 24 Aug 2018
Check filling for pesto panini The Telegraph Toughie 22 Aug 2018
"Quit it!" Universal 17 Aug 2018
Four-way __: certain intersection LA Times Daily 13 Aug 2018
Four-way __: certain intersection The Washington Post 13 Aug 2018
Word of warning Newsday 05 Aug 2018
'Cool it!' USA Today 05 Aug 2018
'Halt!' Premier Sunday 15 Jul 2018
Second, better check The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Jul 2018
Transit map dot The Washington Post 08 Jul 2018
Transit map dot LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2018
Four-letter word with eight sides? Jonesin 19 Jun 2018
Cut off Thomas Joseph 15 Jun 2018
Put a halt to Jonesin 12 Jun 2018
'No more!' The Washington Post 02 Jun 2018
"No more!" LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2018
'Knock it off!' Wall Street Journal 30 May 2018
Close store, needing time for hotel The Telegraph Cryptic 30 May 2018
Flute or reed, on an organ The Washington Post 24 May 2018
Flute or reed, on an organ LA Times Daily 24 May 2018
Halt Premier Sunday 20 May 2018
'Cool it!' The Washington Post 20 May 2018
"Cool it!" LA Times Daily 20 May 2018
Organ part Thomas Joseph 15 May 2018
'Cut that out!' The Washington Post 23 Apr 2018
Word in an octagon USA Today 15 Apr 2018
Quash or squelch Universal 08 Apr 2018
Cease Universal 05 Apr 2018
Railroad crossing word USA Today 23 Mar 2018
"Say no more!" Universal 16 Mar 2018
End The Washington Post 09 Mar 2018
End LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2018
Check containers on the way back The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Mar 2018
Check filling of pesto panini The Telegraph Toughie 07 Feb 2018
Red traffic sign Newsday 29 Jan 2018
Telegram punctuation USA Today 27 Jan 2018
Pipe organ component The Washington Post 20 Jan 2018
Pipe organ component LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2018
Word with 'f' or full New York Times 07 Jan 2018
"Cut that out!"
What a red traffic light means
Word with "f" or full
Cut it out
Telegram punctuation
Place to get on or off
"Say no more!"
"Cool it!"
Cease
"No more!"
Flute or reed, on an organ
Four-way __: certain intersection
Word in an octagon
Pipe organ component
Transit map dot
"Knock it off!"
Quash or squelch
Conclusion
"Quit it!"
Where do you get off?
Word on an octagon
"You're killing me!"
Check
Restrain
"Cool it!"
See 52 Down The Washington Post Sunday 31 Dec 2017
Where people get off New York Times 10 Dec 2017
Go no further USA Today 05 Dec 2017
Cease Family Time 04 Dec 2017
Prevent large amount of money being raised The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Nov 2017
Proctor's call Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2017
Prevent compensation taking time The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Nov 2017
Come to an end Irish Times Simplex 03 Nov 2017
Knock it off Newsday 02 Nov 2017
Word on a red octagon Wall Street Journal 30 Oct 2017
Baseball coach's hands-up signal USA Today 21 Oct 2017
Put an end to Newsday 11 Oct 2017
Knock off New York Times 07 Oct 2017
'Cut it out!' Wall Street Journal 03 Oct 2017
Raised a large sum of money for Scotch The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Oct 2017
F-__ The Washington Post 29 Sep 2017
F-__ LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2017
Quit New York Times 14 Sep 2017
Halt LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2017
Halt The Washington Post 07 Sep 2017
"Enough, already!" Universal 28 Aug 2017
Bus schedule listing Newsday 27 Aug 2017
Discontinue The Washington Post 20 Aug 2017
Discontinue LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2017
Command given at many corners Universal 19 Aug 2017
Wind up The Telegraph Quick 17 Aug 2017
Check what snooker player does in retirement The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Aug 2017
"No more of that!" USA Today 31 Jul 2017
Bring to a standstill Universal 28 Jul 2017
Telegraphic punctuation USA Today 27 Jul 2017
Bus map dot Wall Street Journal 22 Jul 2017
Come to an end The Times Concise 21 Jul 2017
Telegram sentence ender USA Today 20 Jul 2017
"Not so fast!" USA Today 19 Jul 2017
"Don't take another step!" USA Today 30 Jun 2017
'Knock it off!' The Washington Post 30 Jun 2017
Type of street sign Universal 19 Jun 2017
Organ knob LA Times Daily 15 May 2017
Organ knob The Washington Post 15 May 2017
'Don't say another word!' Wall Street Journal 02 May 2017
Discontinue Newsday 25 Apr 2017
Cease The Guardian Speedy 22 Apr 2017
'Hold it right there!' Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2017
"Knock it off!" USA Today 28 Mar 2017
Thing to do before you restart Universal 16 Mar 2017
Intersection sign word USA Today 11 Mar 2017
Train station The Washington Post 05 Mar 2017
Train station LA Times Daily 05 Mar 2017
Station closure The Times Cryptic 03 Mar 2017
Common street sign's command Universal 22 Feb 2017
Break or brake USA Today 20 Feb 2017
Word on an octagonal street sign The Washington Post 18 Feb 2017
Finish work on stone The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Feb 2017
Point on a bus map USA Today 27 Jan 2017
Organ knob Wall Street Journal 26 Jan 2017
Station New York Times 26 Jan 2017
Come to a halt Newsday 24 Jan 2017
Telegram period LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2017
"Enough!" Universal 19 Jan 2017
'Halt!' New York Times 16 Jan 2017
Halt Universal 13 Jan 2017
'Hold it!' Premier Sunday 08 Jan 2017
Flag down Universal 07 Jan 2017
"Don't take another step!"
"Enough, already!"
"Enough already!"
Common street sign's command
Flag down
Halt
Thing to do before you restart
Type of street sign
Telegram period
Organ knob
"Knock it off!"
"Enough!"
Command given at many corners
Knock off
"Knock it off!"
Bring to a standstill
"No more of that!"
"Not so fast!"
Baseball coach's hands-up signal
Where people get off
Station
Quit
"Halt!"
Break or brake
Telegraphic punctuation
Go no further
Telegram sentence ender
Block LA Times Daily 30 Dec 2016
Prevent from scoring Universal 19 Dec 2016
Opposite of go Family Time 19 Dec 2016
Stone work's finish The Times Cryptic 14 Dec 2016
Subway ___ New York Times 10 Dec 2016
''Cut it out!'' Newsday 29 Nov 2016
Opposite of 60-Down Wall Street Journal 26 Nov 2016
"Knock it off!" LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2016
Scotch from south Cork Irish Times Crosaire 09 Nov 2016
Getting-off-the-bus place USA Today 08 Nov 2016
Anagram of 'pots' New York Times 04 Nov 2016
Call a halt to USA Today 12 Oct 2016
Octagonal sign New York Times 11 Oct 2016
Investor's order Wall Street Journal 08 Oct 2016
Remote button with a square LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2016
Traffic sign Premier Sunday 11 Sep 2016
Halt Canadiana 05 Sep 2016
Prevent trophies being lifted The Telegraph Toughie 30 Aug 2016
Prevent trophies being sent back The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Jul 2016
Get in the way of USA Today 23 Jul 2016
Standstill The Telegraph Quick 12 Jul 2016
Bung: loads of money kicked back The Times Cryptic 10 Jul 2016
'Hold everything!' The Washington Post 22 Jun 2016
Organ setting USA Today 19 Jun 2016
"Enough already!" USA Today 18 Jun 2016
Prevent bowls rolling backwards The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Jun 2016
Octagonal sign Universal 07 Jun 2016
See 62-Across LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2016
Coach's hands-up signal Universal 19 May 2016
Eight-sided traffic sign Newsday 10 May 2016
Blockage in colon, say The Guardian Cryptic 02 May 2016
"Cut that out!" USA Today 14 Apr 2016
Four-way __ LA Times Daily 04 Apr 2016
Traffic sign The Washington Post 19 Mar 2016
'That's enough!' The Washington Post 15 Mar 2016
'That's enough!' Wall Street Journal 17 Feb 2016
Cut it out LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2016
"No more!" USA Today 11 Feb 2016
Boarding site Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2016
Call it a day LA Times Daily 01 Feb 2016
Part of organ sinks back The Times Cryptic 25 Jan 2016
Bring an end to USA Today 24 Jan 2016
Cease; halt The Times Concise 18 Jan 2016
Break off Newsday 15 Jan 2016
Bar return of vessels The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Jan 2016
Scotch from south Cork? Irish Times Crosaire 07 Jan 2016
You may come to it USA Today 02 Jan 2016
Call it a day
Bring an end to
Getting-off-the-bus place
Anagram of "pots"
Octagonal sign
"Enough already!"
Subway ___
"No more!"
Organ setting
See 62-Across
Remote button with a square
Octagonal sign
Cut it out
You may come to it
Get in the way of
Boarding place Wall Street Journal 22 Dec 2015
"Now hold on, there!" Universal 03 Dec 2015
"Cut that out!" Universal 28 Nov 2015
Octagonal sign Newsday 25 Nov 2015
"Go no further!" Universal 15 Nov 2015
Call a halt to The Washington Post 12 Nov 2015
"Now hold on there!" USA Today 03 Nov 2015
After raising a fortune, quit The Telegraph Toughie 22 Oct 2015
Octagonal warning sign Universal 17 Oct 2015
Bookie's offer about to finish The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Oct 2015
Call a halt to Eugene Sheffer 06 Oct 2015
Heed a red light New York Times 05 Oct 2015
Telegram "period" Universal 25 Sep 2015
Restrain Newsday 03 Sep 2015
Hit the brakes Family Time 23 Aug 2015
What 28-Across means Eugene Sheffer 13 Aug 2015
Call it quits LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2015
Come to rest Newsday 23 Jul 2015
"Cut it out!" USA Today 20 Jul 2015
Plug; cease The Telegraph Quick 16 Jul 2015
Finish second, then first The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Jul 2015
Intercept Newsday 03 Jul 2015
Bar sinks when inverted The Telegraph Toughie 01 Jul 2015
Obstruct, with ''up'' Newsday 01 Jul 2015
Prevent The Guardian Quick 27 Jun 2015
Prevent vessels keeling over The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Jun 2015
Finish The Telegraph Quick 26 May 2015
Put an end to Eugene Sheffer 21 May 2015
Desist USA Today 03 May 2015
''Hold it!'' Newsday 21 Apr 2015
"That's enough!" Universal 11 Apr 2015
Ticklish person's shout Universal 02 Apr 2015
"Stay right there!" Family Time 22 Mar 2015
Word in an octagon Jonesin 19 Mar 2015
No green light for street performance in hospital Irish Times Crosaire 26 Feb 2015
"Now hold on there!" Universal 19 Feb 2015
Block (up) LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2015
Halt Family Time 18 Jan 2015
Call a halt to
Halt
Octagonal street sign
Put an end to
Telegram sentence ender
"Cut it out!"
"Now hold on there!"
Cease
Intercept
Obstruct, with "up"
Discontinue
Come to rest
"Cut that out!"
Octagonal sign
Restrain
Desist
"Go no farther!"
"Go no further!"
"Now hold on there!"
Call it quits
Word repeated to a three-year-old, usually in vain
Block (up)
Word on a red octagon
Organ knob
Boarding place
"Hold it!"
"Now hold on, there!"
"That's enough!"
Octagonal warning sign
Telegram "period"
Octagonal street sign
Heed a red light
Halt
Ticklish person's shout
Subway map dot
"Quit it!"
Break in the action
Point on a train schedule
Bring to a halt
Call a halt to
Cut short
Go no further
Obstruct
Red alert
Word at the end of SAT sections
"Freeze!"
Cry to a tickler
Telegraphy word
What a red light signifies
'Quit that!'
Dead in its tracks Against Me! song?
"Freeze!"
Bit of sign language?
Trucker's alert
What a red octagon means
Word of whoa?
You may come to it
Bus rider's destination
Knock off
Button with a square logo, often
Bus route element
Bus schedule listing
Subway station
Word on an octagon
"Hit the brakes!"
Bus destination
Grind to a halt
Octagonal-sign word
Sign on a corner
Sign on the corner
Traffic sign
Order on an octagon
Go to the other extreme?
"Freeze!" ... or, when broken into three parts, how the answer for each of the six starred clues goes
Octagonal order
Driver's-ed instruction
Octagonal traffic sign
Word in an octagon
Word in an octagon
Organ knob
Obey a red light
Word of whoa?
Train station
Call a halt to
What to do "in the name of love"
Traffic sign word
Telegraphic punctuation
Against Me! song that's dead in its tracks?
OneRepublic "___ and Stare"
What OneRepublic does before they "Stare"?
Red's meaning, at times
"Cool it!"
Getting-off place
Part of a fire-safety trio
What to do when you see red?
Discontinue
Withhold
Pipe-organ feature
Take a break
Street-corner sign
Pull over
Cool it
Cease
"___! In the Name of Love"
Bring to an end
Break off
"Knock it off!"
"Enough!"
"Cut that out!"
Don't go ahead
Ticklee's cry
What a raised hand may signal
Traffic sign
With 58-Down, drop by
Obey a red light
Call it a day
Part of a traffic trio
What to do "in the name of love"
Sign that often got "BUSH" spray painted on it
Arrest
What The Supremes told us to do "in the Name of Love"
What to do "in the name of love," in song
"Enough, already!"
"Go no further!"
"Freeze!"
Halt
Word in an octagon
Telegram punctuation
Octagonal street sign
Direction at many a corner
Knock it off
Obey the red light
Octagonal traffic sign
Road sign
Red's meaning, at times
Shout to a fleeing thief
"I've had enough!"
Obstruct
Octagonal-sign command
Cease and desist
"Enough already!"
Diapason or vox humana
Quit
Word in a red octagon
"TMI!"
OneRepublic: "___ and Stare"
Halting Jon Butcher Axis song?
Come to a halt
Bus route component
Station
Passenger pickup point
Station
Word on a red octagon
Organ control
[Red]
Passenger pickup point
Desist
Pull over
Word on a red octagon
Period, in a telegram
"Enough, already!"
"Hold it!"
"That's enough!"
Arrest
Hit the brakes
Halting Jane's Addiction song?
Organ knob
Cut it out
Conclude
Cessation
"Cool it!"
Kind of order
Octagon inscription
Word after bus or pit
Metro map feature
Bus route component
Telegram period
Word on an octagonal sign
Point on a bus map
What to do in the name of love
"Say no more"
Intersection sign
Word shouted at a thief
Put the kibosh on
"Say no more!"
Word on an octagonal sign
Ban
"Cut it out!"
Train station
"Hold everything!"
"Knock it off!"
"Uncle!"
Pull over
Word before "You're killing me!"
"Freeze!"
Cease and desist
Sign at a RR crossing
Order on an octagonal sign
Red sign's word
What to do when you see red?
Word on a red sign
Octagonal traffic sign
Put the brakes on
"Lay off!"
Put the kibosh on
Traffic sign
What to do when you see red?
Train station
Bus-map marking
Quit working
Cease
Organ component
Cut it out
Knock off
Discontinue
End
Knock off
Telegram period
Dam up
Cut out
"Cut!"
Sign outside a post office
With 28-Across, like some traffic
"Cut it out!"
Cease
Come to a halt
Finish
Quash
Exclamation to a pesky sibling
'Cut it out!'
Cease
"Cut that out!"
"Hit the brakes!"
Organ part
Red's meaning, at times
Word on a red-and-white sign
"Let it be!"
Give it a rest
"I don't want to hear it!"
Direction at many a corner
Flag down
Route interruption
Subway station
Telegram word
Tour part
Word in an octagon
Train schedule listing
Cautionary advice
"¡No más!"
"I don't want to hear any more!"
"Enough already!"
"Cut that out!"
Come to a halt
Red alert?
Tops a different way?
Ticklee's cry
Pull up
Metro station
Halt
"Enough, you're killing me!"
Heed a red
Halt
Bring an end to
Hit the brakes
Leave off
Red traffic sign
Organist's selection
Organ setting
Call it a day
Block
"Enough!"
Do it in the name of love
Word before or after "traffic"
Period in English literature
Place to pull over
Where do you get off?
Organist's selection
Where to get off
What you should do when you see red
What to do when you see red
Telegrammic period
Organ setting
'Enough!'
Telegram sentence ender
Corner sign
Close
Word before or after traffic
Bus depot
Prevent
Quit
Word before or after traffic
"Hold everything!"
"No more!"
Obey the red light
Plug (up)
Pull over
Word for "end" that is split in three answers
"Say no more!"
Red sign
Telegram break
Quit
Obey a red light
Instruction at many a corner
Do this in the name of love
Come to a standstill
'Whoa!'
Word on a red-and-white sign
Halt
Organ piece
Metro map feature
Cry after the sound of a bell
"Cut it out!"
"Avast!"
"That's enough!"
Don't continue
Grind to a halt
Road sign
Quit
Arrest (and word that can precede the first word of 17-, 25-, 43-, and 57-Across)
Octagon message
With 32 Down, type of Wall Street order
"Halt!"
What you should do when you see red
Desist
Bus destination
"Hold the phone!"
Metro station
Word on an octagon
"Cool it!"
Arrester's word
Organ piece?
Pull over
Word on a red sign
Plug up
Place to catch a bus
Pull the plug on
Telegram "period"
Period in English literature
"__ the music!"
Knock off
Octagonal sign
Organ piece
Railroad-crossing word
"Hold the phone"
Arresting word
Pull the plug on
Organ knob
Telegram punctuation word
Word before the first word in this puzzle's theme answers
Word on a red sign
Cease
Place to catch a bus
Passé punctuator
Organ setting
Discontinue
Go no further
"Enough!"
Telegram "period"
'Freeze!'
Where to get off
Bit of sign language?
"Enough already!"
Come to a halt
Octagonal order
Where to get off
What you often do on the road
Wire punctuation
"Don't even go there!"
"Freeze!"
Telegraphic period
Octagonal order
Get off here
Familiar sign
"Go no further!"
"Knock it off!"
Some do it on a dime
Red, to a motorist
Hold the phone
Discontinue
Cry from a tickled person
Check
"___! In The Name Of Love"
Node on a metro map
Period in telegraphy
Standstill
Red street sign
Cry from one being tickled, perhaps
With 2-Down, handle perfectly, as a car
Period of telegraphy
Put the brakes on
Lie to, in nautical lingo
"Wait a minute!"
Cease
Telegram period
"Quit it!"
Bus-schedule listing
"Cut it out!"
Intersection sign word
Layover
Standstill
Eight-sided road sign
Tour part
'Halt!'
"Say no more"
"Say no more!"
Discontinue
Halt
Cease
Depot
Discontinue
Scrub a mission
Break off
"Hold everything!"
Layover
Intersection sign word
Block
Cut off
Put the kibosh on
Street sign
You may come to one
"Cut it out!"
Plug up
Ward off
Obey a red light
Cry from a tickled person
Break
"No more!"
Word on the street
Telegram period
Red sign word
End
"Quit that!"
Eight-sided sign
Word on a sign
Where to get off?
Word on the street
Telegram "punctuation"
See 1-Across
Organ part
Cry from the tickled?
Word on a red sign
F-__
Arresting word
Corner sign
Where to get off
"Cut it out!"
Check
Plug
Telegram punctuation
Conclude
Arrive in the pit
Arresting word
F-__
Corner sign
Wire word
Station
'Quit it!'
Shout to a fleeing thief
Halt, and also a word that precedes 1A
Organ knob
Sort of sign
Word on an octagon
Partner of look and listen
"Cool it!"
Mille Bornes card
Octagonal sign
Cease and desist
Organ part
See red?
Pull over
Train station
Halt
Heed a red light
Octagonal road sign
Heed a red light
Defeat by a knockout
Command at a corner
Traffic sign
Partner of look and listen
Telegram punctuator
Telegram punctuator
Traffic sign
Where to get off
See 82-Down
Octagonal road sign
Subway station
Layover
"Quit it!"
Octagonal warning sign
Plug up
Remote button
Word on an octagonal sign
Investor's order
Where to get off
Traffic sign
Layover
Halt
Grind to a halt
"___! In The Name Of Love"
Supremes' hit "___! In the Name of Love"
Sign at a RR crossing
Glottal __
Cease movement
Watch or light starter
Plug up
Octagonal sign
Organ piece
Pull up
Hole in a flute
Finish up
Telegram period
Cease
Word on an octagonal sign
Prevent
Go no further
End
Desist
Come to a standstill
Cease
Sign type
Sign on the corner
React to seeing red?
Eight-sided traffic sign
Cut out
Plug
Injunction sign?
Point on a bus map
Market order
*Sign ... organ ... telegram
"I don't want to hear any more!"
Don't move
Move no more
Station
Telegram word
Go no further
Desist
Road sign behest
Octagonal-sign word
Cease and desist
Abort
"Enough!"
Period in a telegram
Organ knob
Red light
Arrest
VCR button
Telegram "punctuation"
Sign on the corner
Warning sign
Pull the plug on
Cease and desist
Word in an octagon
A place for the bus
Word shouted at a thief?
Wire punctuation
Word with it, up or sign
Red-sign word
Don't go on
Pull the plug on
Period
"Hit the brakes!"
"Say no more!"
"Quit it!"
"Whoa!"
Desist
Desist
Halt
Plug
Ban
Where to get off
What red means to a motorist
Cut out
Bus follower?
Telegram period
Telegram punctuation
Cop's cry
Set of pipes
Nip in the bud
"Put a cork in it!"
Freeze
Hold the phone!
Period in the wire
Period, in a telegram
Use a plug
Word on a red octagon
Octagonal-sign word
Train schedule listing
"All ___!" (captain's cry)
Direction at many a corner
See red?
Cease and desist
Clog (up)
"Halt!"
Boarding place
Respond to seeing red?
"Freeze!"
Break off
"Don't ___" (1992 campaign song)
Organ part
Freeze
1965 Supremes hit ___! In the Name of Love
Gap or per leader
Telegram "period"
Order on an octagon
Wire period
"Hold it!"
Corner sign
Hold
Road sign
Telegraphic period
Octagonal order
Halt
Point on a metro map
Go no further
Go no farther
"Whoa!"
"Now hold on there!"
"Cool it!"
Short order
Traffic sign word
Wall Street sign
Halt
Discontinue
Point on a subway map
What red means
Respond to seeing red?
Freeze
Boarding place
Visit, with "by"
End
Halt
Red means this
The Supremes' ____ ! In the Name of Love
Tops a different way
Red, to a motorist
"Cut that out!"
Quash
Word on an octagonal sign
Organ part
Organ setting
No more!"
Nonplus
Depot
Knock off
Point on a transit map
F-___
Move no more
Pull the plug on or put the plug in
"Go no further!"
Block
F-___ (camera setting)
Octagonal sign
Octagonal sign word
Break the habit
Hold it!
Whoa!
Trucker's alert
Telegrammic period
Quit
Injunction sign?
Close
Word in an octagon
Cautious advice
Red light directive
It may be full
Red's signification
Organ knob
One kind of sign
"Knock it off!"
See 34 Down
Short pursuer
Hold back
Huxley's "Time Must Have a ____"
Impede
What to do when you see red
VCR button
Tour part
Organ setting
Common sign
"Cool it!"
Whistle chaser
Short follower
END: STEP DOWN
Come to a halt
Arrest
Anagram for tops
Kind of light
Back or short follower
Plug up
End
Knob on a pipe organ
Street sign
Bus station
Telegram period
Intersection sign
Block
Traffic sign
Discontinue
"___ the World . . . ": 1969 movie
Cessation
Whoa!
Break a habit
"Bus ___," Inge play
One of a cautionary trio
Lens aperture
Payment preceder
Organ knob
Octagonal road sign
Punctuation mark in England
Word in early telegrams
Set of organ pipes
Defeat by kayo
Crossroads sign
Avast, to a lubber
"___ the music!"
Red light
React to red
Cool it!
Street-corner sign
Organ lever
Kind of watch
Back backer
What a caesura indicates
Type of watch or sign
Telegram word
Sojourn
Elevator button
Word on an octagon
Suppress
Sign at a crossing
Tuned set of organ pipes
Organ adjunct
Avast!
Fret on a guitar
Word with back or short
Word before order or payment
Terminate
Shut up shop
Kind of watch or sign
Kind of sign or watch
Arrest
Cork
"___ the World, I . . . "
" . . . I could not ___ for Death": Dickinson
Word with light or street
Brake
Word on an octagonal sign
Road sign
Kind of order on Wall St.
Highway junction sign
Lay off
Bring to a standstill
Warning word
Wire word
See 1 Across
Bus ___
Automatic-elevator button
Baffle
F-___ (camera part)
First of a cautionary trio
Kind of street or watch
Partner of look and listen
Obey a traffic sign
"Time must have a ___"
___ on a dime
Highway sign
Defeat
Stay
Interrupt
F-number
"___ on red"
Bus-loaded area
Plug
Sign at a through street
Street sign.
Telegram punctuation.
Crossing sign.
Period.
Kind of watch.
Intercept.
Cut it out!
Octagonal sign.
Holdup.
Street sugn.
Standstill.
Block.
Sojourn.
See 31 Down.
Save, in hockey.
Safety sign.
Road sign.
Punctuation mark.
Highway sign.
"___ the world . . . "
Nonplus.
End.
"___ the World . . . "
Defeat in a game.
Traffic sign.
Plug up.
Parry.
Getting-off place.
Intersection sign.
Intercept in transit.
Check.
Cease.
What "avast" means.
Obstruct.
Hesitate.
Cautionary sign.
Tarry.
Series of organ pipes.
Cessation.
Railroad crossing sign.
Stay or sojourn.
Leave off.
Full ___.
Point on a bus route.
___ light.
Plug (up).
Finish.
Come to rest.
Hold back.
Punctuation mark, usually a period.
Debar.
Highway injunction.
Call it a day.
Fret on a guitar, etc.
Red light.
Set of organ pipes.
Whistle ___.
A period.
Octagonal street sign.
Preclude.
Restrain.
Obstacle.
Bus station.
Defeat (an opponent).
Hold, enough!
Punctuation in a telegram.
Traffic order.
Bus ___.
Place on a bus route.
Red signal.
Octagonal road sign.
One of a well-known warning trio.
Render impassable.
Sign at a crossing.
Graduated set of pipes in an organ.
Place on a timetable.
Place to tarry and rest.
Put on the brakes.
A space-voyaging problem.
Punctuation in a cable.
Traffic direction.
Sign at a highway crossing.
Cable word.
Sign at the crossroads.
Traffic signal.
Sign at a tollgate.
Plug.
"Whistle ___."
Part of an organ.
Period, in cable messages.
Pause.
Hindrance.
Discontinue.
Intermission.
Avast.
Desist.
Graduated set of organ pipes.
Halt.
Take five
Square button?
Roadblock
Reach an impasse
"___ Draggin My Heart Around" (Tom Petty)
"Put some clothes on!"
"You're bothering me!"
"Whoa. Whoa. Whoa."
Toddler's cry from a merry-go-round, maybe
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