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Word "TALE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a trivial lie
Synonyms:
fib, story, taradiddle, tarradiddle

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program
Synonyms:
narration, narrative, story

Crossword Clues for TALE

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"The ___ of Despereaux" by Kate DiCamillo Family Time 24 Oct 2022
Yarn Eugene Sheffer 18 Oct 2022
Story Eugene Sheffer 07 Oct 2022
Colorful story USA Today 02 Oct 2022
See 124-Across LA Times Daily 25 Sep 2022
Story USA Today 23 Sep 2022
Story USA Today 20 Sep 2022
Story LA Times Daily 14 Sep 2022
Adventurous story Family Time 12 Sep 2022
Word after "tall" or "fairy" Universal 06 Sep 2022
Account LA Times Daily 03 Sep 2022
Story; lie The Telegraph Quick 29 Aug 2022
Bit of lore USA Today 25 Aug 2022
Cautionary ___ USA Today 23 Aug 2022
Folk story Family Time 22 Aug 2022
"Tall" story Premier Sunday 14 Aug 2022
Story USA Today 12 Aug 2022
Chaucer chapter New York Times 28 Jul 2022
Word after 'fairy' or 'folk' USA Today 28 Jul 2022
Adventurous story Family Time 22 Jul 2022
Yarn New York Times 17 Jul 2022
Yarn Eugene Sheffer 08 Jul 2022
Bit of lore USA Today 03 Jul 2022
Reportedly follow story The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Jun 2022
Narrative Newsday 09 Jun 2022
Story that might be 'tall' USA Today 17 May 2022
Story The Telegraph Quick 16 May 2022
Fairy-___ romance Universal 10 May 2022
On the radio, closely follow story The Times Cryptic 14 Apr 2022
Something to spin Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2022
Story Thomas Joseph 14 Mar 2022
Story LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2022
Story The Washington Post 11 Mar 2022
Lie in hospital, exhausted The Times Cryptic 28 Feb 2022
Story Universal 11 Feb 2022
Yarn Wall Street Journal 26 Jan 2022
Story Eugene Sheffer 24 Jan 2022
Narrated story Newsday 23 Jan 2022
Narrated story with heroes and villains Family Time 02 Jan 2022
Third rate drink and whopper? Irish Times Crosaire 01 Jan 2022
'The Nutcracker and the Mouse King,' e.g The Washington Post Sunday 26 Dec 2021
Parable or allegory New York Times 26 Dec 2021
Yarn Eugene Sheffer 25 Dec 2021
Yarn relative LA Times Daily 22 Dec 2021
Story USA Today 14 Dec 2021
Incredible story that teaches you something Family Time 29 Nov 2021
Story, anecdote Irish Times Simplex 25 Nov 2021
Adventurous story Family Time 21 Nov 2021
Colorful account Universal 18 Oct 2021
Account Thomas Joseph 13 Oct 2021
It may be a tall one LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2021
It may be a tall one The Washington Post 01 Oct 2021
Fictional account Newsday 26 Sep 2021
'The Mirror of Matsuyama,' for one USA Today 22 Sep 2021
'The Handmaid's ___' USA Today 20 Sep 2021
Story; lie The Times Concise 17 Sep 2021
What, we're told, is 2 what we're told The Telegraph Toughie 10 Sep 2021
'Cautionary' account The Washington Post 09 Sep 2021
"Cautionary" account LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2021
Narrative Premier Sunday 05 Sep 2021
Story The Telegraph Quick 01 Sep 2021
Saga Wall Street Journal 26 Aug 2021
Account Thomas Joseph 20 Aug 2021
Yarn New York Times 18 Aug 2021
Story Eugene Sheffer 27 Jul 2021
Account Thomas Joseph 22 Jul 2021
"Tall" story Universal 21 Jul 2021
'It is a __ told by an idiot': Macbeth The Washington Post 18 Jul 2021
"It is a __ told by an idiot": Macbeth LA Times Daily 18 Jul 2021
Account Thomas Joseph 17 Jul 2021
Story LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2021
Story The Washington Post 11 Jul 2021
Yarn Eugene Sheffer 09 Jul 2021
A fisherman may spin one The Washington Post 07 Jul 2021
A fisherman may spin one LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2021
Story The Telegraph Quick 06 Jul 2021
Story Thomas Joseph 05 Jul 2021
Yarn Eugene Sheffer 15 May 2021
Account LA Times Daily 07 May 2021
Account The Washington Post 07 May 2021
Colorful story Universal 03 May 2021
Bit of folklore Newsday 25 Apr 2021
Narrative The Telegraph Quick 23 Apr 2021
'The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl,' e.g USA Today 14 Apr 2021
That's some story New York Times 08 Apr 2021
One shared at a campfire LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2021
One shared at a campfire The Washington Post 07 Apr 2021
Story that might be ''tall'' Newsday 06 Apr 2021
Fabulist's work The Washington Post 03 Apr 2021
Fabulist's work LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2021
Story The Times Concise 19 Mar 2021
Account that might earn interest Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2021
Bit of folklore USA Today 11 Mar 2021
Rousing adventure story Family Time 08 Mar 2021
Account New York Times 05 Mar 2021
Colorful story Newsday 03 Mar 2021
Anecdote Premier Sunday 21 Feb 2021
Chaucer narrative Newsday 21 Feb 2021
Story USA Today 19 Feb 2021
Story The Telegraph Quick 17 Feb 2021
Campfire story Universal 15 Feb 2021
''Tall'' story Newsday 09 Feb 2021
Fish story Family Time 07 Feb 2021
Campfire story USA Today 04 Feb 2021
Story that might be 'cautionary' USA Today 02 Feb 2021
Chronicle Wall Street Journal 25 Jan 2021
Folk story Family Time 10 Jan 2021
Yarn Wall Street Journal 04 Jan 2021
Fairy ___ The Washington Post Sunday 27 Dec 2020
Piece of lore USA Today 26 Dec 2020
Story Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2020
Fairy ___ New York Times 12 Dec 2020
Story that's often ''tall'' Newsday 17 Nov 2020
Story, narrative Irish Times Simplex 07 Oct 2020
Yarn LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2020
Yarn The Washington Post 02 Oct 2020
Yarn Universal 15 Sep 2020
Unbelievable story USA Today 12 Sep 2020
Account Wall Street Journal 29 Aug 2020
See 51 Down Newsday 25 Aug 2020
Story Thomas Joseph 17 Aug 2020
Fairy ___ USA Today 26 Jul 2020
Sample of folklore Newsday 22 Jul 2020
Story that might be tall Newsday 20 Jul 2020
Cautionary ___ USA Today 12 Jul 2020
Piece of lore Universal 26 Jun 2020
Word after 'tall' or 'fairy' USA Today 22 Jun 2020
Grimm account Newsday 11 Jun 2020
Story Eugene Sheffer 22 May 2020
Narrative Wall Street Journal 29 Apr 2020
Bit of 2-Down USA Today 27 Apr 2020
A tall one is exaggerated New York Times 07 Apr 2020
''Tall'' yarn Newsday 05 Apr 2020
Account Thomas Joseph 03 Apr 2020
Story Universal 31 Mar 2020
It can involve an adventure Family Time 09 Mar 2020
Folk story Newsday 09 Mar 2020
Food cooked in a cornhusk New York Times 05 Mar 2020
Yarn Thomas Joseph 27 Feb 2020
Bedtime story Family Time 16 Feb 2020
Adventure story Family Time 10 Feb 2020
Story that might be 'tall' USA Today 07 Dec 2019
Tall ___ (yarn) Universal 02 Dec 2019
Bit of 40 Down The Washington Post Sunday 24 Nov 2019
Grimm story Newsday 17 Nov 2019
'The Handmaid's __': Atwood novel The Washington Post 12 Nov 2019
"The Handmaid's __": Atwood novel LA Times Daily 12 Nov 2019
Ghost story, e.g Wall Street Journal 31 Oct 2019
Ghost story, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 27 Oct 2019
Yarn New York Times 27 Oct 2019
Load of bunk USA Today 27 Oct 2019
"The Handmaid's ___" Universal 13 Oct 2019
Temperature of drink and whopper? Irish Times Crosaire 25 Sep 2019
Uncle Remus offering Family Time 01 Sep 2019
Fairy ___ Family Time 11 Aug 2019
Something related Newsday 02 Aug 2019
Brothers Grimm offering USA Today 28 Jul 2019
Folklorist's account USA Today 26 Jul 2019
'Rumpelstiltskin,' e.g The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jul 2019
Gripping recounting Newsday 28 Jun 2019
Whopper Universal 06 Jun 2019
'Tall' account USA Today 06 Jun 2019
Made-up story New York Times 04 Jun 2019
Raconteur's delivery USA Today 16 May 2019
First word of Celine Dion's "Beauty and the Beast" The New Yorker 22 Apr 2019
Folklorist's story USA Today 15 Apr 2019
Story Canadiana 08 Apr 2019
Woeful story, perhaps USA Today 05 Apr 2019
Folk story Universal 02 Apr 2019
Folksy narrative USA Today 25 Mar 2019
Story that may be ''tall'' Newsday 18 Mar 2019
Saga Universal 24 Feb 2019
Caught person following relation The Telegraph Toughie 22 Feb 2019
Bit of folklore The Washington Post 07 Feb 2019
Bit of folklore LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2019
Folksy story USA Today 06 Feb 2019
Kind of account Newsday 02 Feb 2019
Narrative The New Yorker 21 Jan 2019
Announced end in story The Sun Two Speed 07 Jan 2019
Tall __ LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2019
Tall __ The Washington Post 03 Jan 2019
Folklorist's account
Ghost story, e.g.
Tall __
Bit of folklore
Load of bunk
Account
Campfire story
Folksy story
Brothers Grimm offering
Campfire story
Folksy narrative
"Tall" account
Folk story
Whopper
Made-up story
Raconteur's delivery
"The Handmaid's ___"
Woeful story, perhaps
Saga
Yarn
Story, anecdote Irish Times Simplex 22 Dec 2018
Offering at a campfire, maybe The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Dec 2018
Exaggerated account The Washington Post Sunday 02 Dec 2018
Story New York Times 19 Nov 2018
Fanciful story Universal 16 Oct 2018
Narrative The Sun Two Speed 13 Oct 2018
Told end in story The Sun Two Speed 13 Oct 2018
Narrated story Newsday 10 Oct 2018
Part of a literary anthology USA Today 07 Sep 2018
Storybook story Newsday 26 Aug 2018
'A ___ of Two Cities' New York Times 14 Aug 2018
Grimm piece The Washington Post Sunday 05 Aug 2018
Chaucerian account USA Today 28 Jul 2018
Part of an anthology USA Today 25 Jul 2018
Wonderful story Family Time 22 Jul 2018
Whodunit, e.g New York Times 19 Jul 2018
What a fisherman might bring home even if he doesn't catch any fish New York Times 16 Jul 2018
Cooper work LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2018
Cooper work The Washington Post 08 Jul 2018
Folk __ Newsday 07 Jul 2018
Bit of lore Premier Sunday 17 Jun 2018
Folksy story Wall Street Journal 04 Jun 2018
Raconteur's offering USA Today 03 Jun 2018
Something a sailor spins Universal 02 Jun 2018
Fish story USA Today 30 May 2018
Story; lie The Times Concise 17 May 2018
Enchanting story Family Time 13 May 2018
Charming story Universal 07 May 2018
Account Universal 05 May 2018
Story The Washington Post 04 May 2018
Story LA Times Daily 04 May 2018
Fairy story Universal 23 Apr 2018
Chaucer offering USA Today 18 Apr 2018
Fish story Premier Sunday 15 Apr 2018
Chaucer story Newsday 08 Apr 2018
Washington Irving offering USA Today 06 Apr 2018
'A __ of Two Cities' The Washington Post 26 Mar 2018
"A __ of Two Cities" LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2018
Thanks the French for report The Sun Two Speed 23 Mar 2018
Chaucer work USA Today 18 Feb 2018
Something to spin New York Times 16 Feb 2018
Folklore sample Newsday 25 Jan 2018
Bit of fiction Thomas Joseph 12 Jan 2018
Chaucer offering
Chaucer work
Chaucerian account
Fish story
Folklorist's story
Part of a literary anthology
Part of an anthology
Raconteur's offering
Fairy story
Story
Cooper work
Account
Charming story
Something a sailor spins
Offering at a campfire, maybe
Whodunit, e.g.
What a fisherman might bring home even if he doesn't catch any fish
Something to spin
Folksy story
Account
Fanciful story
Load of baloney USA Today 10 Dec 2017
Chaucer offering The Washington Post 07 Dec 2017
Chaucer offering LA Times Daily 07 Dec 2017
Yarn Premier Sunday 12 Nov 2017
Scheherazade's specialty The Chronicle of Higher Education 10 Nov 2017
Scheherazade's offering The Washington Post Sunday 29 Oct 2017
Minstrel's recitation Universal 27 Oct 2017
Piece of gossip Newsday 29 Sep 2017
Fish story New York Times 15 Aug 2017
Narrative Newsday 30 Jul 2017
See 1 Across The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Jul 2017
Shakespeare's 'The Winter's ___' New York Times 26 Jun 2017
Offering from Chaucer's miller or cook USA Today 18 Jun 2017
Beatrix Potter's "The __ of Peter Rabbit" LA Times Daily 09 May 2017
Beatrix Potter's 'The __ of Peter Rabbit' The Washington Post 09 May 2017
Angler's account Universal 05 May 2017
Story that's "spun" USA Today 04 May 2017
Extended account Newsday 27 Apr 2017
Extract to affect a legitimate story Irish Times Crosaire 05 Apr 2017
Yarn Canadiana 20 Mar 2017
Storybook story Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2017
Scheherazade's specialty
Fish story
Bit of folklore
Load of baloney
Chaucer offering
Shakespeare's "The Winter's ___"
Offering from Chaucer's miller or cook
Beatrix Potter's "The __ of Peter Rabbit"
Story that's "spun"
Angler's account
Minstrel's recitation
Story
"A ___ of Two Cities" Family Time 25 Dec 2016
'Tall' story Premier Sunday 11 Dec 2016
Second word of a Dickens title Universal 04 Dec 2016
Many a Poe work USA Today 04 Dec 2016
Chaucer concoction Newsday 06 Nov 2016
"Cautionary" account LA Times Daily 31 Oct 2016
Fictional account Jonesin 25 Oct 2016
Folksy account LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2016
"Tall" story LA Times Daily 17 Oct 2016
Improbable concoction Newsday 24 Sep 2016
"Canterbury" story LA Times Daily 21 Sep 2016
One may be related to you Wall Street Journal 15 Sep 2016
Fictional account USA Today 10 Sep 2016
Story of your trip, perhaps Jonesin 23 Aug 2016
Narration Canadiana 15 Aug 2016
Chaucer offering New York Times 02 Aug 2016
Chaucer creation Wall Street Journal 27 Jul 2016
Story that may be tall Universal 26 Jul 2016
Storybook offering Family Time 04 Jul 2016
Mark Helprin's 'Winter's ___' The Washington Post 30 Jun 2016
It may be recounted New York Times 26 Jun 2016
Tall story Family Time 13 Jun 2016
Grimm story USA Today 08 Jun 2016
Fish story Universal 02 Jun 2016
Chaucer selection Newsday 22 May 2016
Narration Premier Sunday 22 May 2016
Spun yarn Newsday 15 May 2016
'The Twilight Zone' episode, usually New York Times 23 Apr 2016
Folklore bit Premier Sunday 20 Mar 2016
Scheherazade specialty The Washington Post 08 Mar 2016
''A __ of Two Cities'' Newsday 01 Mar 2016
Raconteur's offering Universal 17 Feb 2016
Chaucer offering Wall Street Journal 05 Feb 2016
Grimm story LA Times Daily 27 Jan 2016
"A ___ of Two Cities" USA Today 26 Jan 2016
Bit of folklore Family Time 25 Jan 2016
The Wife of Bath has one The Washington Post 23 Jan 2016
"A ___ of Two Cities" Universal 19 Jan 2016
Anecdotal narrative The Guardian Speedy 17 Jan 2016
Imaginary narrative Universal 14 Jan 2016
Fish story
"A ___ of Two Cities"
"A ___ of Two Cities"
Fictional account
Grimm story
Many a Poe work
Grimm story
"Tall" story
"Cautionary" account
"Canterbury" story
Chaucer offering
It may be recounted
Story that may be tall
Second word of a Dickens title
Raconteur's offering
Imaginary narrative
Fable The Telegraph Quick 27 Dec 2015
Chronicle Newsday 06 Dec 2015
Fable Universal 25 Nov 2015
A fisher may spin one USA Today 22 Oct 2015
See 47-Across New York Times 21 Oct 2015
When twisted, it could become late USA Today 08 Oct 2015
Bit of campfire entertainment New York Times 07 Oct 2015
Account of incidents USA Today 04 Oct 2015
Related thing New York Times 26 Sep 2015
Story that's no longer new remaining unstarted The Times Cryptic 15 Sep 2015
An angler may spin one Universal 02 Sep 2015
Narrative story Newsday 11 Aug 2015
Relative of 1-Across USA Today 30 Jul 2015
A fisherman may spin one USA Today 26 Jul 2015
Account Premier Sunday 26 Jul 2015
Minstrel's offering New York Times 25 Jul 2015
Account from Scheherazade New York Times 07 Jul 2015
Story Newsday 30 Jun 2015
Word with folk or fairy Family Time 15 Jun 2015
Raconteur's offering Wall Street Journal 12 Jun 2015
Bit of fiction Wall Street Journal 22 May 2015
Chaucer piece New York Times 20 May 2015
Storyteller's offering Family Time 12 Apr 2015
Fictional account Universal 18 Mar 2015
It might be hair-raising Newsday 14 Mar 2015
Imaginary narrative USA Today 08 Mar 2015
Woven piece New York Times 26 Feb 2015
Story Jonesin 19 Feb 2015
Campfire story New York Times 18 Feb 2015
Bedtime story USA Today 14 Feb 2015
Uncle Remus offering USA Today 12 Feb 2015
Offering from the Brothers Grimm New York Times 09 Feb 2015
It may be cautionary LA Times Daily 23 Jan 2015
Something not to be believed New York Times 17 Jan 2015
Tall story Universal 08 Jan 2015
Bit of fiction
"Tall" story
Bit of folklore
Chronicle
Colorful story
Folklore sample
It might be hair-raising
Narrative story
An angler may spin one
Fable
Yarn
It may be cautionary
Story
Story that might be tall
Related thing
Offering from the Brothers Grimm
Raconteur's offering
Minstrel's offering
Narrated yarn
See 47-Across
Something not to be believed
Woven piece
Fictional account
Tall story
Chaucer piece
Campfire story
Bit of campfire entertainment
Account from Scheherazade
It's always related
Bit of folklore
Yarn
Account
Account
Sting might tell a "Summoner's" one
Novel presentation?
When twisted, it could become late
Uncle Remus offering
Relative of 1-Across
Imaginary narrative
Bedtime story
Account of incidents
A fisherman may spin one
A fisher may spin one
Fictional narrative
Fireside yarn
Cream might tell one of "Brave Ulysses"
Fisherman's whopper
It may be spun at sea
Malicious rumor
Primus might tell one "From the Punchbowl"
Fictional piece
Sting song, often
Unlikely story
Tattle tail?
Beatrix Potter work
Raconteur's delivery
It may be spun
"Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox," e.g.
Uncle Remus offering
Wild story
Romance, e.g.
See 98-Down
Folk story
Word with folk or fairy
Fish story
False rumor
Account
Fishy yarn
It may be spun at sea
Arctic Monkeys might tell a "Fake" one of San Francisco!
Spinner's yarn
Narrative
"Tattle" follower
Account of incidents
Account of incidents or events
Narrator's offering
Chaucer offering
Chaucer creation
Adventure story
"The ___ of Peter Rabbit" (Beatrix Potter book)
Shakespeare's "The Winter's __"
Grimm account
Chaucer chapter
Parable, e.g.
It might be spun around a campfire
Fictional story
Folk or fairy follower
Grimm story
It may be tall or spun
Something to weave or spin
Yarn
Fish story
Narrative
Fable
Folksy account
Chaucer chapter
"A __ of Two Cities"
Grimm account
Shakespeare's "The Winter's __"
Folksy account
Grimm story
Relation?
With 32 Across, pity party elicitor
Questionable story
Yarn
Item in the Grimm brothers' collection
Narrative
Story that may be tall
Whopper
Yarn from a pirate
Chaucer chapter
Invented account
"VH1 Storyteller" features
Queen "A Winter's ___"
Story told around the campfire
Old wives' production
Fictional story
Canterbury story
An intriguing yarn
"Canterbury" episode
Account
Poe offering
Raconteur's specialty
Spun yarn
Whopper
Division of Chaucer's masterwork
Story
Account hidden inside 17-, 35-, and 53-Across
Folksy account
Snow job
"A __ of Two Cities"
Bit of fiction
Narrated yarn
Poe writing
One can be tall
It's often handed down
88-Across, for one
Dickens wrote one about two cities
Yarn from an old pirate
Chaucer creation
Narrative story
Something to spin
Yarn that's spun
Tall story
Something spun
Piece of gossip
Fishy yarn
Fictional account
Rock and roll myth
"The Handmaid's __": Atwood novel
"The Gift of the Magi," e.g.
Fisherman's relation?
Something that's related
Collectible for a folklorist
Colorful account
Whopper
It may be twice-told
Campfire story
Suspicious story
Folk item
"A Knight's ___" (2001)
Campfire oration
"A Knight's ___" (2001)
Campfire oration
Anecdote
Fish story
Narrative
"The Handmaid's __": Atwood novel
"The Gift of the Magi," e.g.
Grimm story
Tall story
Word with "folk" or "tall"
Bit of folklore
Chaucer bit
Fairy follower
One might be hard to believe
Word in a Dickens title
Raconteur's offering
Fishing souvenir?
"The ___ of Despereaux" (2004 Newbery winner)
Mariner's yarn
It can be spun
Chaucer offering
Atwood's "The Handmaid's ___"
Yarn from an old pirate
The story of the one that got away, e.g.
"The Handmaid's ___" (Margaret Atwood novel)
"Treasure Island," for one
Fireside recitation
Recitation by Scheherazade
Something that's spun
Something to weave
Account that joins words in seven of this puzzle's answers
Parable or fable
Wife of Bath's offering
Tall story
Poe writing
It might be tall
Yarn
Tall story
One might be hard to believe
Fishing souvenir?
Yarn
Raconteur's offering
It's hard to believe
Storybook offering
It may be tall
It may be spun around a campfire
Bit of folklore
Bedtime story
Campfire oration
Ghost story, e.g.
Narration
"A ___ of Two Cities"
Story
Tall story
Story
Raconteur's delivery
Ghost story, e.g.
Narration
"The Winter's __"
Long story
Story to tell
Canterbury story
Yarn that is spun
Yarn that's spun?
One might be tall
Romance, e.g.
Word in a Dickens title
Atwood's "The Handmaid's ___"
Wife of Bath's offering
"The ___ of Genji" (11th-century Japanese novel)
Tall story
Storybook story
Chronicle
Fish story
"Treasure Island," e.g.
It may be spun
Suspicious story
One might be tall
Story told around the campfire
It's related
Folklore tidbit
Cock-and-bull story
Narrative
Poe product
Something that's spun
Chaucer offering
Yarn
Tall story
Fisherman's whopper?
Poe story, e.g.
Yarn
Storybook chapter
It may be tall
It may be hard to swallow
Tall one?
Whopper
Fiction
Bit of folklore
Output from Washington Irving
Hoffmann offering
Poe work
Fictional piece
Tall one?
Narrative
It may be tall
It may be hard to swallow
"A ___ of Two Cities"
Storybook offering
Fairy milieu
Narrative
Chaucer chapter
Andersen offering
This could become late if mixed up
Fish story, e.g.
It's tall when exaggerated
Fable, e.g.
Chronicle
Chaucer piece
Chaucer creation
Bit of gossip
Fish story
Bunch of baloney
Folklore tidbit
"A Prairie Home Companion" feature
Liar's forte
Story told around the campfire
Yarn
Canterbury story
Lie
Storybook story
Fisherman's offering?
Narrative
Folklore component
Grimm story
Some are tall
Myth
Chronicle
A fisherman might bring back a big one
Fisherman's story
It's spun
Elaborate invention
Folk story
Elaborate invention
Lie
Folklorist's recital
Campfire entertainment
Something related
Falsehood
Something to spin
It may be supernatural
"A ___ of Two Cities"
Narrator's words
Chaucer offering
Liar's forte
It may be tall
Story by Chaucer
Fabricator's forte
"The Winter's ___"
Chaucer chapter
Fairy or folk follower
Bit of folklore
Liar's forte
Saga
Yarn
Fabrication
Fabricator's forte
Yarn that is spun
Chronicle
Hard-to-believe story
Saga, e.g.
Narration
Fictional story
Fable
Bunch of baloney
Something passed on from an old wife?
"Metamorphoses" component
Whopper
Folk story
Dubious story
It may be tall
Scheherazade offering
Account
An account of incidents
Chaucer piece
Bunch of baloney
Grimm offering
Uncle Remus offering
"The Winter's ___" (Shakespeare comedy)
"Metamorphoses" component
Chaucer piece
Story by Chaucer
Yarn that is spun
Story by Chaucer
Hoary story
Dubious story
Whopper
"Canterbury" story
Tattler's story
Story
It may be spun
Whopper
Uncle Remus offering
Snow job
Fishy yarn
Bunch of bunk
Questionable account
Wife of Bath's offering
Unlikely story
Raconteur's offering
It may be spun around a campfire
Yarn
Unlikely story
Grimm offering
Any Poe story
"The Gift of the Magi," e.g.
Hoffmann offering
Fairy story
Uncle Remus offering
Grimm work
See 43-Across
Story
Bunch of bunk
It can be spun
"Canterbury" episode
Word in an Atwood novel title
Woolly yarn
Biggest part of a fish?
Cock and bull story
Unlikely story
Fairy story
Hoffmann creation
"Canterbury" episode
Dickens wrote one about two cities
Fairy story
Grimm offering
Scheherazade specialty
Saga
Shaggy-dog story
Tall thing
Fireside yam
Account
Chaucer chapter
Legend
Mariner's yarn
Romance
Yarn
It may be spun
Fish story
Word after fairy or folk
Maupin story of the city
Atwood's "The Handmaid's _____"
Bunch of 93 Down
Yarn that is spun
Writing of Chaucer
Scheherazade's lifesaver
Romance, perhaps
Load of bunk
It's related
It may be tall
Any "Twilight Zone" episode
Atwood novel "The Handmaid's _____"
Chaucer specialty
"Canterbury" episode
Dickens wrote one about two cities
Spellbinder
Something spun
This could become late
This could become late if mixed-up
See 29 Across
Saga
Big lie
<I>Peter Rabbit<I>, e.g.
Narrative
It may be hard to believe
Chaucer selection
Bedtime story
Part of Scheherazade's repertoire
Fictional account
Story
What a fisherman may bring home
Taradiddle
Word with fairy or tall
A fisherman may spin one
It's hard to believe
It's tall when exaggerated
Wife of Bath's offering
Second word of a Dickens title
Yarn
Homonym of 53-Down
Tattler's story
A fisherman may bring one home
It may be tall
Malicious rumor
Raconteur's offering
Account
Chaucer creation
Scheherazade offering
Folk item
It can be tall
"A ___ of Two Cities"
Bedside story
Bedtime story
Hoffmann product
Narative
Old wives' ___
Saga
Yam
A fisherman may spin one
It may be spun at sea
It may be spun
Sometimes it's sad
Sci-fi or whodunit, e.g.
Folk or fairy follower
Narration
Don't believe it
It may be tall or belong to "The Handmaid"
Account
Recital of events
Yarn
Woolly yarn
Ballad, often
Fisherman's offering?
Lie
Part of 54 Across
Grimm offering
Tattle follower
Myth
story
Tall or fairy follower
Chaucerian account
Some story
Atwood's The Handmaid's ____
Spun yarn
Sailor's tall one
Suspicious story
"A ____of Two Cities"
"Peter Rabbit," for one
Anecdote
Scheherazade's recital
Paul Bunyan account
Tall writing?
Doubtful story
Märchen
"Leatherstocking" piece
Anagram for teal
Hawthorne product
Two cities' story
Tattle tail
Lie
Kind of bearer
Slow story
Chaucer product
O'Flaherty product
Full amount
Welty product
Lamb product
Fiction
Asimov product
"I could a ___ unfold . . . ": Shak.
Fable, e.g.
Malamud product
O. Henry product
"I woud a ___ unfold . . . ": Shak.
Hoffmann product
Falsehood, sometimes
O. Henry offering
Saga
Conte
Story
Poe specialty
Lie, perhaps
"A ___ of Two Cities"
Yarn
Hawthorne offering
Narrative
Shakespearean "hanger"
Hand-me-down, sometimes
"Ship of Fools," e.g.
Account
"Decameron" unit
Dinesen product
Poe product
Scheherazade offering
Scheherazade specialty
Tall follower
Chaucerian unit
Dinesen offering
Fabrication
Raconteur's specialty
Hawthorne creation
"A Christmas Carol" is one
Chaucer's "The Miller's ___"
Anecdote
"The Winter's ___"
Apologue, e.g.
Recital
Isak Dinesen product
Shakespearean hanger
Chaucerian form
Falsehood
" . . . a ___ told by an idiot . . . "
Fibber's forte
A likely story
Libelous account
Legend
Bit of gossip
___ bearer
___ of woe
"A Winter's ___"
Fib
Chaucer unit
Canterbury offering
Tall ___
Wayside Inn fare
Rumor
Chaucerian account
Swift's tub opus
Fable
Fairy ___
"Thereby hangs a ___"
Yarn.
Account.
Canterbury item.
Fiction.
Piece of gossip.
Reading matter.
Legend.
Untrue report.
Tall story.
Story.
Recital.
Narrative.
Fable.
A fiction.
Fabrication.
Saga.
"The Wife of Bath's ___."
Reader's choice.
Conte.
Idle talk.
Falsehood.
Wife of Bath's story.
Word in a Shakespeare title.
Gossip's report.
Relation.
"The Winter's ___."
Scheherazade specialty.
Romance.
Chaucerian subdivision.
Something related.
Something told.
"Cinderella," for instance.
Fairy story.
Adventure story.
Told by Mr. I. Magination.
Lie.
Libelous report.
"___ of a Tub."—Dean Swift.
Dean Swift's "___ of a Tub."
Spun yarn
Fairy ___
"The Bard's ___"
It may be shared over a campfire
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