Crossword Clues for TIS

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'___ but a scratch': oft-quoted Monty Python line New York Times 27 Nov 2022
"'___ the season to be jolly" Family Time 31 Oct 2022
'___ but a scratch!' New York Times 25 Oct 2022
“___ but a scratch!” New York Times 25 Oct 2022
"My country — of thee" Thomas Joseph 05 Oct 2022
"Deck the Halls" contraction Universal 04 Oct 2022
Poetic contraction LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2022
"— the season ..." Eugene Sheffer 27 Sep 2022
"My country — of thee" Thomas Joseph 23 Sep 2022
McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 21 Sep 2022
"'___ the season to be jolly ..." Family Time 19 Sep 2022
Present tense of 'twas USA Today 15 Sep 2022
Lewis Carroll’s “___ the Voice of the Lobster” Wall Street Journal 15 Sep 2022
'Ah yes, yes indeed' New York Times 08 Sep 2022
'Where ignorance is bliss, ___ folly to be wise': Thomas Gray New York Times 04 Sep 2022
Poetic contraction Eugene Sheffer 03 Sep 2022
Poetic contraction Eugene Sheffer 31 Aug 2022
Carol contraction LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2022
In time, is girl a soft thing to be discarded? The Guardian Cryptic 25 Jul 2022
This is the end of many inflammatory diseases The Times Cryptic 21 Jul 2022
Quaint contraction LA Times Daily 10 Jul 2022
"My country — of thee" Thomas Joseph 09 Jul 2022
Frank McCourt book Thomas Joseph 22 Jun 2022
"My country, ___ of thee ..." Family Time 13 Jun 2022
"Deck the Halls" contraction Universal 12 Jun 2022
Quaint confirmation New York Times 10 Jun 2022
McCourt’s sequel to “Angela’s Ashes” Wall Street Journal 09 Jun 2022
Frank McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 28 May 2022
“___ the season...” Wall Street Journal 25 May 2022
"My country — of thee" Thomas Joseph 24 May 2022
Lead-in to "the season" Universal 13 May 2022
"— the season ..." Eugene Sheffer 10 May 2022
'__ the season ... ' The Washington Post 02 May 2022
"__ the season ... " LA Times Daily 02 May 2022
McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 18 Apr 2022
'Twas right now? Family Time 17 Apr 2022
“___ Money Makes a Man” (old English ballad) Wall Street Journal 07 Apr 2022
Poetic contraction Eugene Sheffer 05 Apr 2022
"— folly to be wise" Thomas Joseph 30 Mar 2022
"My country, ___ of thee ..." Universal 15 Mar 2022
McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 11 Mar 2022
"___ the season to be jolly" Family Time 07 Mar 2022
Frank McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 05 Mar 2022
“___ folly to be wise” Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2022
Apt 'it's' anagram The Washington Post 28 Feb 2022
Apt "it's" anagram LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2022
"__ the season ... " LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2022
'__ the season ... ' The Washington Post 26 Jan 2022
"My country — of thee" Thomas Joseph 12 Jan 2022
Carol contraction Wall Street Journal 23 Dec 2021
"— a pity!" Premier Sunday 05 Dec 2021
"— the season ..." Eugene Sheffer 01 Dec 2021
''___ the season to be jolly'' Family Time 28 Nov 2021
"— the season ..." Premier Sunday 14 Nov 2021
“___ the season to be jolly” New York Times 08 Nov 2021
Frank McCourt memoir LA Times Daily 29 Oct 2021
'___ the season!' USA Today 23 Oct 2021
Present-tense 'twas USA Today 11 Oct 2021
"___ the season ..." Universal 07 Oct 2021
Contraction that drops an “i” New York Times 30 Sep 2021
"Deck the Halls" contraction Universal 23 Sep 2021
"My country, ___ of ..." Family Time 20 Sep 2021
Frank McCourt book Thomas Joseph 15 Sep 2021
Poetic contraction Eugene Sheffer 13 Sep 2021
It is, to Tennyson Canadiana 23 Aug 2021
"My country — of thee" Thomas Joseph 16 Aug 2021
'Deck the Halls' contraction New York Times 15 Aug 2021
Carol contraction Newsday 15 Aug 2021
McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 07 Aug 2021
"___ the Damn Season" (Taylor Swift song) Universal 06 Aug 2021
''__ the season to be jolly'' Newsday 27 Jul 2021
"__ the season ... " LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2021
'__ the season ... ' The Washington Post 26 Jul 2021
'Whether __ nobler ... ': Hamlet The Washington Post 25 Jul 2021
"Whether __ nobler ... ": Hamlet LA Times Daily 25 Jul 2021
Carol contraction LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2021
Carol contraction The Washington Post 08 Jul 2021
First word of the song 'Simple Gifts' New York Times 01 Jul 2021
'___ but a scratch' New York Times 22 Jun 2021
Seventh scale notes Premier Sunday 13 Jun 2021
''__ the season to be jolly . . .'' Newsday 07 Jun 2021
Frank McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 31 May 2021
“___ folly to be wise” Wall Street Journal 18 May 2021
"__ the season ... " LA Times Daily 14 May 2021
'__ the season ... ' The Washington Post 14 May 2021
"My country — of thee" Thomas Joseph 12 May 2021
Quaint contraction New York Times 09 May 2021
Frank McCourt book Thomas Joseph 07 May 2021
'___ the season!' USA Today 03 May 2021
'___ destiny unshunnable, like death': 'Othello' New York Times 23 Apr 2021
Twas, presently Newsday 23 Apr 2021
'___ the Damn Season' (2020 Taylor Swift song) New York Times 20 Apr 2021
Stanza contraction New York Times 04 Apr 2021
"— the season ..." Eugene Sheffer 23 Mar 2021
"My country, ___ of thee ..." Family Time 21 Mar 2021
Carol contraction New York Times 20 Mar 2021
'___ but a scratch' (Monty Python quote) New York Times 18 Mar 2021
McCourt memoir Newsday 14 Mar 2021
Contraction in Hamlet’s soliloquy Wall Street Journal 09 Mar 2021
'___ So Sweet to Trust in Jesus' (hymn) New York Times 28 Feb 2021
"Whether ___ nobler in the mind ..." ("Hamlet" line) Family Time 22 Feb 2021
"My country ___ of thee ..." Family Time 31 Jan 2021
Third word of "America" Thomas Joseph 28 Jan 2021
It is, condensed Canadiana 25 Jan 2021
'Deck the Halls' contraction USA Today 21 Dec 2020
Quaint agreement New York Times 05 Dec 2020
Brief confirmation Newsday 04 Dec 2020
"___ the season ..." Universal 04 Dec 2020
It is poetically Canadiana 30 Nov 2020
'___ sweet, adown the shady past, / A lingering look of love to cast': Browning The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
'Deck the Halls' contraction The Washington Post Sunday 15 Nov 2020
Lead-in to "the season" Universal 06 Nov 2020
Apt 'it's' anagram The Washington Post 03 Nov 2020
Apt "it's" anagram LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2020
Present-tense 'twas USA Today 24 Oct 2020
The season opener? New York Times 23 Oct 2020
Poetic contraction LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2020
Poetic contraction The Washington Post 01 Oct 2020
'___ but a scratch!' New York Times 25 Sep 2020
'My country, ___ of thee ...' New York Times 21 Sep 2020
Poetic contraction Eugene Sheffer 15 Sep 2020
'___ the season to be jolly' USA Today 08 Sep 2020
'___ the season ...' New York Times 02 Sep 2020
It is,poetically Canadiana 31 Aug 2020
McCourt memoir Eugene Sheffer 20 Aug 2020
"__ the season ..." Family Time 10 Aug 2020
It is, poetically Canadiana 10 Aug 2020
"___ better to have loved ..." Universal 21 Jul 2020
'___ but a scratch ...' New York Times 18 Jul 2020
'Twas in the present? Universal 13 Jul 2020
"Deck the Halls" contraction LA Times Daily 23 Jun 2020
'Deck the Halls' contraction The Washington Post 23 Jun 2020
“___ better to be vile than vile esteemed”: Shakespeare Wall Street Journal 02 Jun 2020
"Deck the Halls" word Family Time 26 Apr 2020
''Absolutely,'' for short Newsday 18 Apr 2020
"Deck the Halls" contraction Universal 16 Apr 2020
Poetic contraction usually at the start of a line New York Times 16 Apr 2020
“Aye, true!” Wall Street Journal 14 Apr 2020
'___ the season . . .' USA Today 10 Apr 2020
“___ the Voice of the Lobster” (Lewis Carroll poem) Wall Street Journal 08 Apr 2020
'My country — of thee' Thomas Joseph 09 Mar 2020
“Whether ___ nobler in the mind to suffer...”: Hamlet Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2020
Carol contraction LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2020
Carol contraction The Washington Post 28 Feb 2020
Quaint confirmation The Washington Post Sunday 23 Feb 2020
'— the season ...' Eugene Sheffer 21 Feb 2020
“Deck the Halls” contraction Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2020
What precedes the season?
"___ the season... " Family Time 23 Dec 2019
''America'' contraction Newsday 19 Dec 2019
'— a pity' Premier Sunday 08 Dec 2019
''My country, __ of thee . . .'' Newsday 26 Nov 2019
Carol opener The Washington Post 17 Nov 2019
Carol opener LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2019
Frank McCourt book Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2019
“___ the wind and nothing more!” (“The Raven”) Wall Street Journal 31 Oct 2019
'Deck the Halls' contraction New York Times 16 Oct 2019
"Deck the Halls" contraction
Elevator innovator The Washington Post Sunday 06 Oct 2019
Christmas carol contraction New York Times 03 Oct 2019
Bard's contraction New York Times 22 Sep 2019
'___ better to have loved and lost ...' The Washington Post Sunday 15 Sep 2019
Woody Herman's ''___ Autumn' USA Today 27 Aug 2019
'___ the season to be jolly' New York Times 19 Aug 2019
'___ the season to be jolly' Jonesin 30 Jul 2019
Archaic contraction Universal 19 Jul 2019
"___ a pity" Universal 16 Jul 2019
Yuletide contraction New York Times 07 Jul 2019
'___ the season...' Wall Street Journal 18 Jun 2019
'Whether ___ nobler in the mind ...' Jonesin 18 Jun 2019
Contraction in Hamlet's soliloquy Newsday 09 May 2019
'Deck the Halls' contraction Wall Street Journal 24 Apr 2019
'America' contraction USA Today 23 Apr 2019
'___ but a scratch' (line from the Black Knight after losing his arm, in 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail') The Washington Post Sunday 07 Apr 2019
"My Country, ___ of Thee" Universal 24 Mar 2019
'___ a consummation devoutly to be wished': Hamlet Wall Street Journal 21 Mar 2019
"___ the season ..." Family Time 10 Mar 2019
'Whether — nobler ...' Premier Sunday 10 Mar 2019
Contraction in a Christmas song New York Times 10 Mar 2019
'America' contraction The Washington Post Sunday 24 Feb 2019
Follower of 'My country' New York Times 24 Jan 2019
'My country, ___ ...' The Washington Post Sunday 13 Jan 2019
''__ the season . . . '' Newsday 02 Jan 2019
"__ the season ... "
"___ a pity"
Woody Herman's "'___ Autumn"
Quaint contraction
Christmas carol contraction
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"My Country, ___ of Thee"
"Deck the Halls" contraction
Archaic contraction
"___ the season . . ."
Follower of "My country"
Yuletide contraction
Bard's contraction
"___ the season..."
"___ the season to be jolly"
"___ a consummation devoutly to be wished": Hamlet
"___ the season ..."
Contraction in a Christmas song
Frank McCourt book
"___ the wind and nothing more!" ("The Raven")
"America" contraction
"___ the season ..."
'___ midnight, but small thoughts have I of sleep': Coleridge Wall Street Journal 08 Dec 2018
"Whether ___ nobler ..." Universal 07 Dec 2018
Quaint contraction LA Times Daily 28 Nov 2018
Quaint contraction The Washington Post 28 Nov 2018
'___ the season' Jonesin 20 Nov 2018
'— folly to be wise' Thomas Joseph 15 Nov 2018
"___ the season to be jolly" Family Time 21 Oct 2018
Frank McCourt memoir Wall Street Journal 18 Oct 2018
'Whether __ nobler ... ': Hamlet The Washington Post 07 Oct 2018
"___ the season to be ..." Family Time 07 Oct 2018
"Whether __ nobler ... ": Hamlet LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2018
''My country, __ of thee'' Newsday 03 Oct 2018
'-- the season to be jolly' Premier Sunday 23 Sep 2018
'___ Autumn' (1941 jazz standard) Wall Street Journal 05 Sep 2018
'Whether ___ nobler ...' New York Times 04 Sep 2018
''__ the season . . .'' Newsday 28 Aug 2018
'___ the season ...' The Washington Post Sunday 12 Aug 2018
'My country -- of thee' Thomas Joseph 23 Jul 2018
Frank McCourt memoir USA Today 19 Jul 2018
Quaint contraction The Washington Post Sunday 15 Jul 2018
'___ Autumn' (Woody Herman hit) USA Today 19 Jun 2018
'-- a pity' Premier Sunday 10 Jun 2018
It is fancy? Universal 02 Jun 2018
It's in old poems Universal 26 May 2018
18-Down, in the present tense USA Today 20 May 2018
Frank McCourt's follow-up to 'Angela's Ashes' Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2018
Carol contraction Universal 28 Mar 2018
Carol contraction Newsday 22 Mar 2018
'Where ignorance is bliss, ___ folly to be wise' Wall Street Journal 17 Feb 2018
Third word of "America" USA Today 09 Feb 2018
''__ some visitor,' I muttered ... ': Poe The Washington Post 14 Jan 2018
"'__ some visitor,' I muttered ... ": Poe LA Times Daily 14 Jan 2018
It's in poetry? Universal 07 Jan 2018
"___ midnight, but small thoughts have I of sleep": Coleridge
"___ Autumn" (1941 jazz standard)
Third word of "America"
Woody Herman's "___ Autumn"
Frank McCourt memoir
Frank McCourt memoir
"Whether ___ nobler ..."
"My country, ___ of thee ..."
Quaint contraction
"Whether __ nobler ... ": Hamlet
"'__ some visitor,' I muttered ... ": Poe
18-Down, in the present tense
"___ Autumn" (Woody Herman hit)
"Whether ___ nobler ..."
"___ better to have loved ..."
Frank McCourt's follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
Carol contraction
It is fancy?
It's in poetry?
It's in old poems
'-- the season ...' Thomas Joseph 12 Dec 2017
Christmas song contraction New York Times 07 Dec 2017
Start of the season? New York Times 07 Nov 2017
'___ my first night beneath the Sun' (Dickinson poem) New York Times 26 Oct 2017
'My country, ___ of thee...' Wall Street Journal 09 Oct 2017
'My Country, ___ of Thee' New York Times 02 Oct 2017
Third word of 'America' Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2017
It's in many poems The Washington Post 23 Sep 2017
It's in many poems LA Times Daily 23 Sep 2017
Carol contraction The Washington Post Sunday 17 Sep 2017
' the season ...' Eugene Sheffer 14 Sep 2017
"T'aint!" opposite Universal 30 Aug 2017
"___ the season . . ." USA Today 20 Aug 2017
"___ folly to be wise" Universal 07 Aug 2017
Frank McCourt memoir Newsday 06 Aug 2017
Sequel to 'Angela's Ashes' New York Times 20 Jul 2017
Woody Herman's "___ Autumn" USA Today 20 Jul 2017
Contraction in "America" USA Today 09 Jul 2017
'___ folly to be wise' New York Times 01 Jun 2017
"America" contraction USA Today 20 May 2017
'Twas today? Universal 04 Mar 2017
"My country ___ of thee ..." Universal 19 Feb 2017
'___ the season to be jolly' The Washington Post 18 Feb 2017
'___ the Voice of the Lobster' ('Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' poem) New York Times 19 Jan 2017
'___ the season ...' Jonesin 17 Jan 2017
'___ the last rose of summer' The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Jan 2017
Start of the season?
It's in many poems
Apt "it's" anagram
"My Country, ___ of Thee"
"___ folly to be wise"
"___ my first night beneath the Sun" (Dickinson poem)
"___ the Voice of the Lobster" ("Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" poem)
Christmas song contraction
Sequel to "Angela's Ashes"
"___ the last rose of summer"
"___ the season to be jolly"
Contraction in "America"
"T'aint!" opposite
"___ folly to be wise"
'Twas today?
Sequel to a 1996 Pulitzer memoir Newsday 10 Dec 2016
'-- the season!' Premier Sunday 27 Nov 2016
Synonym and anagram of it's The Telegraph General Knowledge 27 Nov 2016
Archaic 'Agreed!' Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2016
'My country, ___ of thee' The Washington Post 04 Oct 2016
'-- folly to be wise' Premier Sunday 18 Sep 2016
Contraction in Hamlet's soliloquy New York Times 09 Sep 2016
'___ better to have loved and lost ...' The Chronicle of Higher Education 02 Sep 2016
Retort to "T'aint!" USA Today 23 Aug 2016
Sequel to 'Angela's Ashes' The Washington Post 18 Aug 2016
Contraction in 'America' Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2016
Frank McCourt memoir LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2016
"T'ain't" retort USA Today 27 Jul 2016
'___ a pity' New York Times 26 Jul 2016
"___ the season to ..." Universal 18 Jul 2016
"__ the season ..." USA Today 23 Jun 2016
Apostrophized affirmative Wall Street Journal 09 Jun 2016
''My country __ of thee'' Newsday 20 Apr 2016
Third word of "America" Universal 29 Feb 2016
'Whether -- nobler ...' Premier Sunday 28 Feb 2016
'___ well' (George Washington's last words) New York Times 15 Feb 2016
What precedes the season? New York Times 04 Feb 2016
Archaic 'agreed' Wall Street Journal 22 Jan 2016
Follow-up to 'Angela's Ashes' Wall Street Journal 16 Jan 2016
"___ well" (George Washington's last words)
"___ a pity"
Poetic contraction
"___ better to have loved and lost ..."
Frank McCourt memoir
Retort to "T'aint!"
"___ the season to ..."
Contraction in Hamlet's soliloquy
"__ the season ..."
"T'ain't" retort
"My country ___ of thee ..."
Carol opener
'...___the season to be jolly' Wall Street Journal 23 Dec 2015
"My country, ___ of thee" Universal 22 Dec 2015
'Twas in the present? USA Today 05 Dec 2015
"My country, ___ of thee . . ." USA Today 02 Dec 2015
''___ the season to be jolly' Jonesin 10 Nov 2015
'-- folly to be wise' Thomas Joseph 28 Oct 2015
Third word of 'America' Thomas Joseph 09 Oct 2015
"__ a pity" LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2015
Poets' it is Canadiana 21 Sep 2015
"___ the season to be jolly" USA Today 20 Sep 2015
'America' contraction Premier Sunday 20 Sep 2015
"Whether __ nobler ...": Hamlet LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2015
"My country, ___ of . . ." USA Today 31 Aug 2015
Sole word in the last chapter of 'Angela's Ashes' New York Times 08 Aug 2015
"__ the year's midnight ... ": Donne LA Times Daily 05 Aug 2015
"Whether ___ nobler in the mind . . ." USA Today 03 Aug 2015
'-- a pity ...' Premier Sunday 12 Jul 2015
"___ the season to ..." Family Time 12 Jul 2015
"Deck the Halls" word Universal 07 Jul 2015
"__ the gift to be simple ... ": Shaker song LA Times Daily 22 May 2015
Old-fashioned contraction USA Today 26 Apr 2015
Seasonal contraction USA Today 16 Apr 2015
"My country __ ... " LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2015
''__ the Voice of the Lobster'' (poem recited by Alice) Newsday 07 Feb 2015
McCourt book Newsday 25 Jan 2015
"My Country ___ of Thee" USA Today 12 Jan 2015
Poet's contraction Universal 08 Jan 2015
"...___the season to be jolly"
"__ the Voice of the Lobster" (poem recited by Alice)
"My country __ ... "
"Whether __ nobler ...": Hamlet
"__ a pity"
"__ the gift to be simple ... ": Shaker song
"__ the year's midnight ... ": Donne
Carol contraction
"__ the season to be jolly . . ."
McCourt book
McCourt memoir
Sole word in the last chapter of "Angela's Ashes"
'-- a pity ...'
'America' contraction
"Deck the Halls" word
"My country, ___ of thee"
Poet's contraction
"My Country ___ of Thee"
"My country, ___ of . . ."
"My country, ___ of thee . . ."
"Whether ___ nobler in the mind . . ."
"___ the season to be jolly"
'Twas in the present?
Old-fashioned contraction
Seasonal contraction
"___ the season ..."
Frank McCourt book
Poetic contraction
'-- a shame'
Sequel to "Angela's Ashes"
"My country" follower
"Verily"
"___ true"
"'Taint" comeback
"__ the season..."
"___ the season to be jolly"
"America" contraction
"... ___ of thee"
"'___ the season to be jolly"
"Angela's Ashes" sequel
"Whether ___ nobler . . ."
Opposite of 'tain't
"'Tain't" rebuttal
"Angela's Ashes" sequel
"My country, ___ of thee ..."
"___ the season"
Sequel to "Angela's Ashes"
"__ better to have loved ...": Tennyson
"__ the season ..."
"__ the season to be jolly ..."
Follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
"___ not for you to hear what I can speak": "Macbeth"
"__ the season . . ."
Poetic contraction
It is abbreviated
McCourt memoir
"My country, __ of thee"
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"___ Pity She's a Whore" (1633 tragedy)
"___ So Sweet to Trust in Jesus"
"___ better to have loved and lost ..."
"'Tain't" rebuttal
'My country, -- ...'
"'Tain't" rebuttal
"___ the last rose of summer" (Thomas Moore poem starter)
Contracted agreement
Word that begins with an apostrophe
McCourt memoir
"Angela's Ashes" sequel
It's, once
"___ an old tale, and often told" (Scott)
It is abbreviated
Poetic contraction
"___ Pity She's a Whore"
"Aye"
Carol's first word
"... __ of thee"
"Angela's Ashes" sequel
"My country, __ ..."
"__ a pity"
"My country, ___ ... "
Quaint contraction
"My country, __ ..."
"___ better to have loved ..."
Frank McCourt sequel
It's in a lot of poetry?
Word before "the season to be jolly"
It's in an old way
"__ better to have loved ...": Tennyson
"Whether __ nobler ...": Hamlet
"True dat," quaintly
Opposite of 'tain't
Beginning of "the season to be jolly"
'Twas in the present?
"'___ the season to be jolly"
"'Tain't" rebuttal
'-- the season ...'
Frank McCourt memoir
"My country, ___ of thee"
"Indeedy"
1999 Frank McCourt memoir
Quaint affirmation
It's in an old way
"True dat," quaintly
"___ the season to be jolly . . ."
"__ the season to be jolly . . ."
"___ better to have loved . . ."
"___ folly to be wise"
Old-fashioned contraction
Frank McCourt book
My country's follower?
"___ the season"
"That so?" reply
"My country, ___ ..."
Scale notes
"___ the season to be jolly ..."
"My country, __ of thee . . ."
"Angela's Ashes" follow-up
"My country, ___ of thee ..."
Sit back?
"___ better to have loved and lost . . ."
"My country __ ..."
"Tain't" retort
"___ better to have loved and lost ..."
Poetic contraction
It comes before the season?
Carol opener
McCourt memoir
Quaint contraction
"My country, __ of thee . . ."
Follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
It's in poetry?
"My country __ ..."
It's in poetry?
McCourt title
Quaint "Quite!"
"'Tain't" retort
"My country __ of thee ..."
"America" contraction
It's found in poetry?
It's contracted
Frank McCourt's follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
Frank McCourt memoir
"__ the season ..."
"Whether ___ nobler in the mind ..." (Hamlet)
"... __ an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers": "Romeo and Juliet"
"___ the last rose of summer" (start of a Thomas Moore poem)
"__ the season to be jolly ..."
"My Country, ___ of Thee"
McCourt memoir
Frank McCourt memoir
"___ so appalling - it exhilarates": Dickinson
"Whether ___ nobler in the mind ..." ("Hamlet")
Rejoinder to "'Tain't!"
"__ not so deep as a well": Shak.
"___the season . . ."
"... __ an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers": "Romeo and Juliet"
Frank McCourt title
"___ a dainty thing to command": Cervantes
"___ the season to be ..."
1999 Frank McCourt memoir
Frank McCourt sequel
"My country __ of thee ..."
"Whether ___ nobler ..."
Last word of "Angela's Ashes"
Rejoinder to "'tain't!"
Carol contraction
"___ the season!"
"America" contraction
Not counting fas and las, word after "holly"
"That's right," quaintly
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"____ a pity"
Old-fashioned contraction
Rejoinder to "'tain't!"
Carol contraction
Noel contraction
"__ folly to be wise": Gray
"Agreed," poshly
It's in much poetry
Not counting fas and las, word after "holly"
Noel contraction
Frank McCourt memoir
"__ folly to be wise": Gray
"That's right," quaintly
Carol contraction
Bard's contraction
"___ the season to be jolly ..."
"___ the season ..."
McCourt memoir
Frank McCourt book
'-- a pity'
'-- the season!'
Carol contraction
"Whether __ nobler in the mind ...": Hamlet
"__ pleasure, sure, to see one's name in print": Byron
Third word of "America"
Word repeated in Emily Dickinson's "___ so much joy! ___ so much joy!"
"'Taint" comeback
"___ folly to be wise": Gray
"Angela's Ashes" follow-up
Frank McCourt memoir
"My country" follower
It comes before the season
"'Tain't" retort
1999 best-selling memoir
"___ nobler in the mind . . ."
"... ___ a consummation devoutly to be wish'd": Hamlet
"My country, ___ of thee ..."
"___ the season to be jolly"
1999 Frank McCourt memoir
Notes after las or word sung after "la la la la la la la la"
"Whether __ nobler in the mind ...": Hamlet
"___ now the very witching time of night": Hamlet
"My country, ___ of thee..."
Frank McCourt novel
Yule contraction
It's found in poetry?
It's in a carol?
"Angela's Ashes" follow-up
Frank McCourt memoir
"My country" follower, in song
'-- folly to be wise'
'-- the season to be jolly'
It's in a carol?
It's found in poetry?
McCourt work
It's from the old days
Musical sevenths
1999 memoir that was a bestseller
Opposite of 'tain't
They come before dos
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"__ a far, far better thing I do..."
'My country -- of thee ...'
'Whether -- nobler ...'
McCourt memoir
"'Tain't" rebuttal
Carol contraction
Seventh tones
It's from the old days
Musical sevenths
Word after "la la la la"
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"___ the season ... "
It's in poetry
Third word before "to be jolly"
True dat, to Shakespeare
Word after "la la la la"
Carol contraction
Frank McCourt memoir
It is, that is
It comes before the season
Memoir that preceded "Teacher Man"
"___ the wind and nothing more"
Carol contraction
1999 Frank McCourt book
"Fa la la la la, la la la la" follower
"___ folly to be wise"
"My country" follower
"___ folly to be wise" (Gray)
"___ Autumn" (hit 1941 song)
"___ better to have loved …"
"___ the season …"
Frank McCourt memoir
"__ the season to be ..."
"__ the year's midnight ...": Donne
The season opener?
Poet's contraction
Coleridge's contraction
"__ the season ..."
"Here ___"
1999 Frank McCourt memoir
"___ an old tale, and often told": Scott
"__ the season to be ..."
"__ the year's midnight ...": Donne
"___ the wind and nothing more"
"My country __ . . ."
Scale notes after las
Third word of "America"
The season opener?
"___ in my memory lock'd" (Ophelia)
"___ the mind that makes the body rich": Petruchio
Poetic contraction
Frank McCourt title
"___ the season..."
"My country, ___ of thee..."
"___ the season to be ..."
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"__ better to have loved . . ."
Last word of, and sequel to, "Angela's Ashes"
La followers
Frank McCourt sequel
It's in poetry
Sonneteer's contraction
It starts the season
Carol contraction
Third word of 'America'
". . . ___ of thee"
"__ the season..."
"...__ time to do't": Lady Macbeth
Frank McCourt novel
"__ the season..."
'-- the season . . .'
"...__ time to do't": Lady Macbeth
"___ the Last Rose of Summer" (old song standard)
Frank McCourt novel
"___ folly to be wise"
'Twas in the present?
Poetic contraction
"___ Autumn" (Woody Herman hit)
Last word in "Angela's Ashes"
"My country __ of thee . . ."
First word of a Frank McCourt title
"___ the season..."
Follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
Third word of America
It is shorter?
Archaic contraction
"Whether ___ nobler in the mind ...": Hamlet
E's in the key of F
Poet's contraction
"Whether __ nobler...": Hamlet
"__ the year's midnight...": Donne
" 'Taint" comeback
"Angela's Ashes" sequel
Frank McCourt memoir
"___ the season ..."
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"Angela's Ashes" sequel
"__ the year's midnight...": Donne
"_____ the season ..."
" ___ the season ..."
"Deck the Halls" contraction
"Most definitely"
"___ the season ..."
Follower of "Angela's Ashes"
"___ better to have loved . . ."
"Whether __ nobler...": Hamlet
Carol opener
'Whether -- nobler in the mind ...'
'Angela's Ashes' sequel
Preceder of the season
"___ So Sweet" (gospel song)
Last word of "Angela's Ashes"
Scale notes
Best-selling autobiography of 2000
"___ folly to be wise": Gray
"___ in my memory lock'd": Ophelia
Scale notes
Follow-up to the best seller "Angela's Ashes"
Notes after las
Frank McCourt title
Third word in "America"
Poetic contraction
Ideal blackjack hands
"___ the season..."
"___ folly to be wise": Gray
"Whether ___ nobler...": Hamlet
Frank McCourt's sequel to "Angela's Ashes"
Book after "Angela's Ashes"
"___ the season..."
Frank McCourt follow-up
McCourt work
Sequel to 28-Down
"___ the season to . . ."
'Whether _____ nobler in the mind . . .'
"___ the season... "
Third word of "America"
Woody Herman's "_____ Autumn"
"Whether _____ nobler ..."
Frank McCourt's follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
'_____ the season ...'
'_____ the season . . .'
"___ Me, O Lord" (spiritual)
"Whether ___ nobler in the mind..." ("Hamlet")
"__ for the tears were shed to save me"
"___ the season..."
"___ the year's midnight...": Donne
"Deck the Halls" word
"___ the season ..."
Scale notes
"My country, __ of thee"
Carol word
___ the season . . .
My country ___ . . .
.___ folly to be wise.: Gray
"_____ the season to be jolly"
"_____ the season ..."
1999 Frank McCourt memoir
Last word of "Angela's Ashes"
It is contracted
"___ the season..."
"___ in the breath of heaven...": Keats
Archaic contraction
"... ___ of thee"
". . . _____ of thee"
It comes before the season
Scale notes
Woody Herman's "___ Autumn"
"___ the season to be jolly"
"Tain't" retort
"___ Autumn"
Woody Herman hit, "___ Autumn"
"___ Autumn" (jazz tune)
Opposite of tain't
____ the season . . .
'Twas now?
"'Taint" comeback
"__ a gift . . ."
Third word of America
Opposite of 'tain't
Deck the Halls contraction
____ Autumn
Las' followers
"___ folly to be wise"
Seventh notes
Poet's contraction
Musical notes
"America" contraction
". . . __ of thee"
"____ the season ..."
"_____ the season..."
____ the season
Third word of "America"
"Whether ___ nobler..."
Beginning of "the season to be jolly"
Old-fashioned contraction
"___ in my memory lock'd": Ophelia
"___the season..."
Seasonal contraction
"___the season..."
"__ the season to be..."
Bard's contraction
____ the season. . .
Las' followers
"___ better to have loved..."
"Deck the Halls” contraction
"____ the season..."
"My country, ____ of thee..."
"_____ the season..."
Woody Herman's "_____ Autumn"
Moore's "_____ the Last Rose of Summer"
Notes
"___ the season . . . "
Common contraction
" . . . to bed; ___ almost fairy time": Shak.
"My country, ___ . . . "
"___ almost fairy time": Shak.
It's for poets
Diatonic notes
"My country ___ . . . "
"My country __ of thee"
"My country, ___ of thee . . . "
Musical tones
Polynesian plants
Polynesian trees
"___ better to have loved . . . "
Word after "My country"
"My country __ of thee..."
"___ mightiest in the mightiest": Shak.
"___ folly to be wise": Gray
"___ Autumn," 1941 song
Opposite of 't aint
Verbal contraction
Poetic word
Musical notes
"That he is mad, ___ true"
"My country, ___ of . . . "
Poets' word
" . . . ___ of thee"
" . . . ___ folly to be wise"
Country follower
Music notes
Musical syllables
"My country, ___ . . ."
Poets' word.
Musical notes.
Poetic contraction.
"___ folly to be wise."
"My Country" follower.
Common contraction.
Third word of "America."
It's "it's."
Musical syllables.
Poetic contr.
Verbal contraction.
Poetic verbal contraction.
Poet's word.
"___ the last rose of summer . . . "
A contraction.
"___ the last rose of summer . . . ”
"___ not so deep as a well . . . "
"___ the Last Rose of Summer."
"___ summer, the darkies are gay."
Samoan palms.
It is.
It is
"Angela's Ashes" sequel
Quaint affirmation
Preceder of the season
Old-fashioned contraction
Notes between las and dos
It's for Brit Lit class
1999 Frank McCourt memoir
"___ the season ..."
"Aye!"
"Aye"
"Aye, brother"
"Mos def!"
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