Word "THERE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
to or toward that place; away from the speaker
Synonyms:
thither
Examples:
go there around noon!

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a location other than here; that place
Examples:
you can take it from there

Definition:
in or at that place or location
Examples:
they have lived there for years
it's not there
that man there

Crossword Clues for THERE

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Clue Source Date
"Are we ___ yet?" Universal 26 Sep 2022
"Finished!" LA Times Daily 04 Sep 2022
'Stop right ___' USA Today 03 Aug 2022
"Been __, done that" LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2022
New York Times 19 Jun 2022
Present when repeating words of comfort Irish Times Crosaire 17 Jun 2022
At that location USA Today 08 Jun 2022
'Well, hello ___!' USA Today 12 May 2022
Have no fear hereafter in that place. Irish Times Crosaire 03 May 2022
''Been __, done that'' Newsday 12 Apr 2022
In that place Irish Times Simplex 08 Apr 2022
Word said while pointing USA Today 24 Mar 2022
"Voilà!" LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2022
'Voilà!' The Washington Post 23 Mar 2022
In that place Irish Times Simplex 24 Dec 2021
'Finally done!' USA Today 21 Dec 2021
"Finished!" LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2021
At that place Premier Sunday 03 Oct 2021
*On this spot New York Times 29 Sep 2021
Pointer’s word Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2021
'Done!' USA Today 08 Aug 2021
Over yonder USA Today 15 Jul 2021
Cry of accomplishment Wall Street Journal 12 Jul 2021
Half a comforting comment Universal 24 Jun 2021
"I did it!" LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2021
'I did it!' The Washington Post 21 Jun 2021
Here's counterpart USA Today 17 Jun 2021
In that place Irish Times Simplex 28 May 2021
Not here Family Time 12 Apr 2021
"Ta-da!" Eugene Sheffer 13 Mar 2021
In that place Universal 09 Mar 2021
''All done!'' Newsday 07 Mar 2021
'Done!' New York Times 06 Mar 2021
'Well, ___ you have it!' USA Today 20 Feb 2021
"Over __!" LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2021
'Over __!' The Washington Post 10 Feb 2021
Pointer’s word Wall Street Journal 11 Nov 2020
When repeated, comforting words New York Times 09 Nov 2020
''Here you go!'' Newsday 08 Nov 2020
'Take that!' New York Times 08 Nov 2020
'You had to be ___' USA Today 31 Oct 2020
At that place The Washington Post 28 Sep 2020
At that place LA Times Daily 28 Sep 2020
In that place The Times Concise 08 Sep 2020
'Look that way!' The Washington Post Sunday 02 Aug 2020
Yonder Newsday 30 Jul 2020
'All done!' USA Today 17 Jul 2020
'Let __ be light' The Washington Post 14 Jul 2020
"Let __ be light" LA Times Daily 14 Jul 2020
'Whoomp! (___ It Is)' USA Today 25 Apr 2020
In that place The Telegraph Quick 17 Mar 2020
'All done!' The Washington Post 22 Feb 2020
"All done!" LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2020
'Ta-da!' Eugene Sheffer 27 Dec 2019
''Are we __ yet?'' Newsday 23 Dec 2019
''Done!'' Newsday 12 Dec 2019
On that spot Thomas Joseph 05 Nov 2019
Over yonder LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2019
Over yonder The Washington Post 07 Oct 2019
First word in many a limerick New York Times 19 May 2019
"Ta-da!" Universal 08 May 2019
First word of many a limerick Wall Street Journal 02 May 2019
''You can have it!'' Newsday 23 Mar 2019
'Done!' USA Today 17 Jan 2019
'Are we ___ yet?' USA Today 15 Jan 2019
Finger-pointer's word
Yonder
"Are we ___ yet?"
"All done!"
Start of many limericks
First word in many a limerick
"Done!"
First word of many a limerick
Over yonder
"Ta-da!"
Start of many limericks USA Today 30 Dec 2018
Finger-pointer's word USA Today 09 Dec 2018
Time at this point for a comforting word The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Oct 2018
Word said while pointing Universal 29 Sep 2018
'Hah! Done!' New York Times 27 Sep 2018
It's repeatedly said to be comforting at that point The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Sep 2018
''Finished!'' The Washington Post 02 Sep 2018
''Finished!'' LA Times Daily 02 Sep 2018
In that respect The Sun Two Speed 05 Aug 2018
Some gathered at that point The Sun Two Speed 05 Aug 2018
Some bothered at that point The Sun Two Speed 19 Jul 2018
'Voilà!' New York Times 12 Jul 2018
Over yonder Newsday 19 Jun 2018
At that point The Sun Two Speed 03 Jun 2018
Panther exactly in that location The Sun Two Speed 03 Jun 2018
''Take it!'' Newsday 11 Mar 2018
"All done!" Universal 07 Mar 2018
Yonder Thomas Joseph 07 Feb 2018
"Where I'm pointing" USA Today 08 Jan 2018
"Finished!"
"Voilà!"
"Hah! Done!"
Word said while pointing
"Where I'm pointing"
Consolation beginning and ending LA Times Daily 29 Dec 2017
Consolation beginning and ending The Washington Post 29 Dec 2017
'Finished!' The Washington Post Sunday 17 Dec 2017
Not here Universal 28 Oct 2017
"... our flag was still ___" Universal 07 Oct 2017
In that place Newsday 08 Aug 2017
Part 1 of today's quote Canadiana 17 Jul 2017
"Finished at last!" USA Today 14 Jul 2017
"I did it!" USA Today 25 Jun 2017
'So ___!' New York Times 10 Jun 2017
'__ you go again!' The Washington Post 10 Apr 2017
"__ you go again!" LA Times Daily 10 Apr 2017
Common limerick starter USA Today 19 Mar 2017
Pointed remark? LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2017
Pointed remark? The Washington Post 08 Mar 2017
Starter of limericks New York Times 02 Mar 2017
Word for pointers Universal 24 Feb 2017
"VoilГ !" LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2017
Remark made with a point? Universal 27 Jan 2017
"I did it!"
"So ___!"
Starter of limericks
Pointed remark?
Consolation beginning and ending
"__ you go again!"
"... our flag was still ___"
Not here
Word for pointers
"Finished at last!"
'That did the trick!' The Washington Post 21 Dec 2016
"All done!" Family Time 04 Dec 2016
'___ goes the neighborhood' New York Times 01 Dec 2016
'What'd I tell you!' The Washington Post 27 Nov 2016
The sappers told you so! The Times Cryptic 14 Nov 2016
'That's the place!' The Washington Post 25 Oct 2016
'All done' The Washington Post 10 Oct 2016
Shout made while pointing New York Times 04 Sep 2016
"Done!" LA Times Daily 22 Aug 2016
Start of many a limerick USA Today 21 Aug 2016
Present given after the end of August as expression of sympathy The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Jul 2016
"At last!" LA Times Daily 14 Jun 2016
The Jackson 5's 'I'll Be ___' The Washington Post 05 Jun 2016
'___ Will Be Blood' (2007 Daniel Day-Lewis film) The Washington Post 26 May 2016
'All done!' Wall Street Journal 26 Apr 2016
Repeated, words of soothing Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2016
See 39-Across Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2016
At that place Newsday 14 Mar 2016
"Done at last!" USA Today 06 Mar 2016
"So ___!" Universal 25 Feb 2016
At that place The Sun Two Speed 12 Feb 2016
Word of comfort in that place The Sun Two Speed 12 Feb 2016
''Been __, done that'' Newsday 02 Feb 2016
Pointer's cry LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2016
'That's the spot!' The Washington Post 21 Jan 2016
When repeated, a calming expression Universal 14 Jan 2016
Shout made while pointing
Start of many a limerick
"Done!"
"At last!"
"Voilà!"
When repeated, a calming expression
At that place
Pointer's cry
"___ goes the neighborhood"
Cry of accomplishment The Washington Post 14 Dec 2015
"And ___ you have it!" Universal 01 Nov 2015
"Who's ___?" USA Today 19 Oct 2015
Yonder Eugene Sheffer 13 Oct 2015
In that direction Newsday 07 Oct 2015
Consolingly, repeat this: I've done it! The Times Cryptic 02 Sep 2015
When repeated, a comforting comment USA Today 07 Aug 2015
"So ___!" USA Today 09 Jul 2015
'Ta-da!' New York Times 08 Jul 2015
A word of comfort leaving artist her easel The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Jun 2015
Pointing remark LA Times Daily 29 May 2015
Cry of accomplishment Universal 27 Apr 2015
Way over yonder Newsday 25 Mar 2015
Beginning and end of a famous Gertrude Stein quote The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Mar 2015
Nick leaves thickener - now! Irish Times Crosaire 21 Feb 2015
In that place
"Ta-da!"
Beginning and end of a famous Gertrude Stein quote
Pointing remark
"Are we __ yet?"
In that direction
When repeated, a comforting comment
"Who's ___?"
"So ___!"
Yonder
Cry of accomplishment
Way over yonder
"And ___ you have it!"
Jackson 5 "I'll Be ___"
"All done!"
Cry of accomplishment
Frequent limerick starter
"Finished!"
"Are we ___ yet?"
"It's done!"
When doubled, comforting words
'-- it is!'
Used twice, it forms a sympathy phrase
In that place
Finger-pointer's shout
Expression of sympathy, when doubled
"Finished!"
"Ta-da!"
Start of many limericks
"___ Goes My Baby" (Drifters hit)
Over yonder
"All done"
'Voil !'
Consoling word that bears repeating?
Pointer's word
Quote, Part 3
"Ta-da!"
"It's done!"
Limerick start, often
"Don't even go ___!"
"I've finished"
"Done!"
"Voil !"
"Finished!"
When repeated, soothing words
"All done!"
"Follow my finger ..."
Word repeated when consoling someone
When repeated, consoling words
"Done, O.K.?!"
See 95-Across
"All done"
"All done"
"Halt! Who goes ___?"
See 2-Down
Yonder
"All done!"
"Voil !"
"Voil !"
"At last!"
"I think that does it!"
When repeated, comforting word
Opposite of 67 Down
"Ta-da!"
Word said while pointing
"All done!"
"I finished it!"
Shout from a pointer
In that place
Expression of sympathy, when doubled
When doubled, a sympathetic phrase
The La's "___ She Goes"
All -- (sane)
"___ you go again!"
"I'm done!"
Frequent limerick starter
"Ta-da!"
"Halt! Who goes ___?"
"It's finished!"
Neither here nor ___
"Don't even go __!"
"Done"
"You can't get __ from here"
When repeated, comforting words
When repeated, consoling expression
"I've finished"
"___ is a Mountain" (Donovan song)
Pointer's word
"Don't even go __!"
"Done"
"You can't get __ from here"
When repeated, comforting words
When repeated, consoling expression
"Take it!"
"Take that!"
"It's finished!"
"___ once was a man from ..."
"Where?" answer
"Done!"
That point
Soothing word
In that place
"All done!"
"Done at last!"
That point
"So __!"
Comforting phrase, when repeated
"So __!"
"Finished!"
It's often heard with a point
When repeated, a comforting phrase
Cohan's "Over ___"
Word with "so" or "hi"
Where you had to be?
"Halt! Who goes ___?"
When repeated, comforting words
Pointer's declaration
Pointed-out direction
Word of solace
"All done!"
"Finished at last!"
In that spot
"Over ___"
In that place
Where you had to be?
"Voil!"
Yonder
When doubled, comforting words
Used twice, it forms a sympathy phrase
Half of a soothing phrase
At that place
That way
Limerick starter, often
Consoling word
Fore or after attachment
Limerick starter, often
"That'll do it!"
"What'd I tell you!"
Neither here nor __
"That'll do it!"
Yonder
Limerick starter, often
Limerick starter
Consoling word, when said twice
"Been ___, done that"
"What'd I tell you!"
Finger-pointer's shout
Pointed-out direction
Limerick starter
"What'd I tell you!"
Neither here nor __
"It's finished!"
"Voil !"
"So __!" (I told you so!)
"Put 'er __!"
"Over __": Cohan war song
Away from the speaker
Limerick starter
In that respect
"___ Goes My Baby" (Drifters hit)
"Put 'er __!"
"That's all __ is"
"I finally finished!"
Cry of accomplishment
When repeated, a calming expression
"___ once was a man from Nantucket ..."
Start of many limericks
Half a comforting phrase
Half a sympathetic expression
When repeated, a calming expression
Half a sympathetic expression
"All done!"
"That's all __ is"
Out yonder
"So ___!"
In that place
When repeated, it forms a comforting phrase
In that place
"Don't go __!"
"Out yonder!"
"__ you are!"
In that spot
Word of consolation
When repeated, a comforting word
Over yonder
Shout from a pointer
In that place
"And __ you have it!"
Start of many a limerick
"___ you are!"
First word of many limericks
"And __ you have it!"
"Voila!"
"Voila!"
"You can't get ___ from here"
Word said while pointing
"Don't even go ___!"
"It's finished!"
"What did I tell you?"
"___ but for the grace..."
"Voila!"
Word said before you go?
When repeated, a consoling comment
Pointer's word
It might come before after
"Voil !"
Yonder
"It's done!"
"Over _____"
"____ she goes" (Miss America)
"Voila!"
Et voila!
Oft-repeated word of consolation
Word said while pointing
"You can't get ___ from here"
"___! I've Said It Again": old No. 1 hit
"___ Goes My Baby": Drifters hit
First word of many limericks
"Done!"
Start of a quip
"Over __"
Repeated, words of consolation
Double this for comfort
"I told you so!"
See 49-Across
At that place
Half a comforting phrase
"So __!"
Limerick starter
Word with fore or after
"___ Goes My Baby": Drifters hit
"___! I've Said It Again": old No. 1 hit
Yonder
Pointing-out instruction
When repeated, a calming word
"I Saw Her Standing ___": Beatles hit
Last word in a sentry's question
Opposite of 68 Across
Yonder
"___ Goes My Heart"
"Voila!"
"And ___ you have it!"
Not here
"___ but for the grace..."
Comforting word
"___ has to be a better way!"
When repeated, a comforting word
Oft-repeated word of consolation
At that place
"That's the place I was talking about!"
"Over __" (Cohan tune)
Start of many limericks
"So _____!"
Being ____ : Sellers film
"Who goes __?"
Pointer's word
"Finished!"
Yonder
"Who's __?"
"Over ___"
"Hey __" ("Pajama Game" song)
Away from here
*"It'll be O.K."
Not 60 Down
Fore or after leader
At that point
"Over ____"
"___Is Nothin' like a Dame"
Thither
Reply to "where?"
Over ___
Jerzy Kosinski's "Being _____"
Used twice sound of sympathy
When repeated, a comforting phrase
When repeated, comforting comment
In that place
Half a reassurance
"Till ___ Was You," 1957 song
Soothing word
Word of comfort
In that spot
Comforting word
"Over ___"
Limerick starter
"And ___ were shepherds . . . ": J. S. Bach
Voilà!
"Being ___," Sellers film
Partner of here
"You Are ___"
"Over ___," Cohan song
Voila!
"Done at last!"
Thither
"Hey, ___," 1954 song
" . . . our flag was still ___"
As to that
Start of a limerick
"Over __" (Cohan)
Cry of satisfaction
"Over ___," W.W. I song
"I'm Glad ___ Is You"
Word of reassurance
Companion of then
Word of consolation
"Over ___" (W.W. I song)
"Hey" or "Over" follower
"___ is a tide . . . "
Half a comforting phrase
"Hey ___," 1954 song
Word with fore or after
Start of many a limerick
"Hey ___" (1954 song)
Voilá!
"I told you so!"
Exclamation
Solacing word
"___ is a tavern in . . . "
"Who's ___?"
"When she got ___, the . . . "
After "Over"
"I warned you!"
"Hi, ___!"
Who's ___?
I'll be ___.
Common adverb.
Present.
That place.
See 17 Across.
Exclamation of satisfaction.
Soothing word.
Thither.
As to that.
Yonder.
Here's companion.
In that respect.
Soothing word, when repeated.
At that point.
Exclamation of sympathy, often repeated.
Cry of satisfaction.
Soothing exclamation.
Sympathetic exclamation.
Exclamation of consolation.
First word of most limericks.
Second word of a Cohan song.
"A fool ___ was . . . "
In that place.
"Over ___."
Pointed comment?
With 25-Across, "It'll all be fine"
"I see it!"
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