Crossword Clues for WAS

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Word between 'what' and 'that' New York Times 25 Sep 2022
Used to be Thomas Joseph 19 Sep 2022
Existed Eugene Sheffer 12 Sep 2022
Used to be USA Today 01 Sep 2022
Is no longer Wall Street Journal 20 Aug 2022
'As It ___' (Harry Styles hit) USA Today 16 Aug 2022
Were, for one? New York Times 14 Aug 2022
Used to be Wall Street Journal 08 Aug 2022
'Time ___ ...' New York Times 07 Aug 2022
"Now, where — I?" Eugene Sheffer 02 Aug 2022
"Well, that ___ awkward" Universal 27 Jul 2022
Existed Family Time 25 Jul 2022
Second word of many a limerick New York Times 10 Jul 2022
"What ___ I thinking?" Universal 06 Jul 2022
Existed Eugene Sheffer 05 Jul 2022
"Now, where __ I?" LA Times Daily 24 May 2022
"As It ___" (2022 Harry Styles hit) Universal 19 May 2022
Is three days ago? Family Time 24 Apr 2022
"Where ___ I?" Universal 19 Apr 2022
Existed Eugene Sheffer 06 Apr 2022
Had been USA Today 04 Apr 2022
Used to be USA Today 02 Apr 2022
Saw from behind? LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2022
Saw from behind? The Washington Post 26 Mar 2022
Used to be USA Today 26 Mar 2022
Has been Newsday 20 Mar 2022
Once existed Premier Sunday 20 Mar 2022
Used to be Newsday 15 Mar 2022
'Phew, that ___ a close one!' USA Today 12 Mar 2022
Past-tense 'is' USA Today 04 Mar 2022
"Now, where — I?" Eugene Sheffer 01 Mar 2022
Existed Eugene Sheffer 24 Feb 2022
'Well, that ___ fun' USA Today 03 Feb 2022
"I knew it __ you" LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2022
'I knew it __ you' The Washington Post 30 Jan 2022
Is no longer Wall Street Journal 29 Jan 2022
Used to be USA Today 24 Jan 2022
Existed Eugene Sheffer 17 Jan 2022
Felt LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2022
"He ___ here just a minute ago" Family Time 09 Jan 2022
Yesterday's "is" is today's ___ Family Time 02 Jan 2022
'When The Emperor ___ Divine' (Otsuka novel) USA Today 18 Dec 2021
Is, once LA Times Daily 16 Dec 2021
Existed Eugene Sheffer 22 Nov 2021
'That ___ easy!' USA Today 21 Nov 2021
Had been USA Today 18 Nov 2021
Is, in hindsight New York Times 10 Nov 2021
'Well, that ___ awkward . . .' USA Today 28 Oct 2021
Used to be LA Times Daily 27 Oct 2021
Consisted of Newsday 22 Oct 2021
'It ___ all a dream' The Washington Post Sunday 17 Oct 2021
Once worked as Newsday 13 Oct 2021
Is in the past? Universal 20 Sep 2021
Is no longer LA Times Daily 19 Sep 2021
Is no longer The Washington Post 19 Sep 2021
Used to be USA Today 10 Sep 2021
Used to be Universal 07 Sep 2021
Functioned as New York Times 26 Aug 2021
Used to be Wall Street Journal 25 Aug 2021
Exists no longer Universal 20 Aug 2021
Used to be The Telegraph Quick 17 Aug 2021
Portrayed Newsday 06 Aug 2021
Historian’s verb Wall Street Journal 04 Aug 2021
Used to be Newsday 13 Jul 2021
Isn’t anymore, maybe Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2021
Used to be Canadiana 05 Jul 2021
Used to be Universal 06 Jun 2021
Formerly held the position of LA Times Daily 28 May 2021
Formerly held the position of The Washington Post 28 May 2021
Past tense word Family Time 25 Apr 2021
Word in obituaries New York Times 21 Mar 2021
Is, three days ago? Family Time 07 Feb 2021
Is, in the past tense Family Time 24 Jan 2021
See 24-Across New York Times 15 Dec 2020
'I __ had!' The Washington Post 10 Dec 2020
"I __ had!" LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2020
Had the role of Newsday 04 Dec 2020
"That ___ easy!" Universal 21 Nov 2020
'Kelis ___ Here' (2006 album) USA Today 19 Nov 2020
Had the role of LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2020
Had the role of The Washington Post 19 Nov 2020
"I ___ studying when you called" Family Time 15 Nov 2020
'That ___ a close one!' New York Times 26 Oct 2020
"Where __ I?" LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2020
'Where __ I?' The Washington Post 22 Oct 2020
'What had happened ___ ...' New York Times 30 Sep 2020
Third word of many a limerick New York Times 17 Sep 2020
'It ___ fun while it lasted' USA Today 16 Sep 2020
"Now where ___ I?" Universal 16 Sep 2020
'What ___ that about?' USA Today 08 Aug 2020
"Who ___ that masked man?" Family Time 27 Jul 2020
Took place The Washington Post Sunday 26 Jul 2020
Had life Premier Sunday 19 Jul 2020
Used to be Thomas Joseph 16 Jul 2020
"That ___ a close one!" Universal 16 Jul 2020
Past tense of "is" Family Time 13 Jul 2020
"That __ fun!" LA Times Daily 12 Jul 2020
'That __ fun!' The Washington Post 12 Jul 2020
'What ___ that?!' USA Today 03 Jul 2020
Used to be Premier Sunday 28 Jun 2020
"Now, where — I?" Eugene Sheffer 24 Jun 2020
Used to be The Times Concise 14 Jun 2020
'What ___ I thinking?' USA Today 26 May 2020
Used to be USA Today 23 May 2020
Used to be The Sun Two Speed 20 May 2020
Is, in retrospect New York Times 20 May 2020
Lived once in Iowa State The Sun Two Speed 20 May 2020
Previously cost Newsday 17 May 2020
Is in the past? LA Times Daily 16 May 2020
Is in the past? The Washington Post 16 May 2020
'What ___ I thinking?' Jonesin 12 May 2020
"... that our flag ___ still there" Family Time 04 May 2020
'I ___ Made to Love Her' USA Today 26 Apr 2020
"As I ___ saying ..." Universal 27 Mar 2020
Used to be Canadiana 23 Mar 2020
'I ___ wondering ...' The Washington Post Sunday 15 Mar 2020
''... and the flag ___ still ...'' Family Time 09 Mar 2020
'Now, where — I?' Eugene Sheffer 06 Mar 2020
Used to be New York Times 05 Mar 2020
'That ___ a close one!' USA Today 23 Feb 2020
Had been The Washington Post Sunday 16 Feb 2020
No longer is Canadiana 13 Jan 2020
Existed The Times Concise 06 Jan 2020
'What had happened ___ . . .' USA Today 05 Jan 2020
No longer is LA Times Daily 14 Dec 2019
No longer is The Washington Post 14 Dec 2019
Used to be The Washington Post Sunday 08 Dec 2019
Had been Newsday 01 Dec 2019
Existed Eugene Sheffer 25 Nov 2019
'___ I mistaken?' The Washington Post Sunday 24 Nov 2019
'That ___ then . . .' USA Today 14 Nov 2019
Used to be Newsday 13 Nov 2019
Has been Jonesin 05 Nov 2019
Word seen 11 times in the opening line of 'A Tale of Two Cities' New York Times 28 Sep 2019
'Who ___ that masked man?' USA Today 16 Sep 2019
"How ___ I to know?" Family Time 01 Sep 2019
Is in the past? Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2019
'How ___ it?' New York Times 02 Aug 2019
'Now . . . where ___ I?' USA Today 18 Jul 2019
'Able ___ I ere I saw Elba' New York Times 15 Jul 2019
"Till There ___ You," song from "The Music Man"
'Till There ___ You,' song from 'The Music Man' New York Times 29 Jun 2019
Once cost Newsday 02 Jun 2019
'That ___ close!' USA Today 23 May 2019
Existed once The Sun Two Speed 22 May 2019
Used to be some swashbuckler The Sun Two Speed 22 May 2019
'There once ___ . . .' USA Today 08 May 2019
Acted as New York Times 05 May 2019
''There once __ a . . .'' Newsday 02 May 2019
"How the West ___ Won" Family Time 22 Apr 2019
"I ___ only kidding" Universal 22 Apr 2019
Once lived Premier Sunday 21 Apr 2019
'It ___ my pleasure' The Washington Post Sunday 17 Feb 2019
Lived The Washington Post 08 Feb 2019
Lived LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2019
"That __ close!" LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2019
'That __ close!' The Washington Post 30 Jan 2019
Word seen 11 times in the opening line of "A Tale of Two Cities"
"That ___ close!"
"How ___ it?"
Acted as
Is in the past?
"Now . . . where ___ I?"
Used to be
Lived
"Who ___ that masked man?"
"That __ close!"
"There once ___ . . ."
Used to be
"I ___ only kidding"
"Able ___ I ere I saw Elba"
Is no longer Premier Sunday 23 Dec 2018
Used to be Wall Street Journal 12 Dec 2018
Word of the past Family Time 19 Nov 2018
Third word of many limericks USA Today 05 Nov 2018
'Now where ___ I?' New York Times 23 Oct 2018
"Fuzzy Wuzzy __ a bear . . ." Family Time 22 Oct 2018
Word after "Wuzzy" Family Time 07 Oct 2018
Word of the past Universal 24 Sep 2018
'Time ___ ...' New York Times 23 Sep 2018
Existed once Family Time 06 Aug 2018
Verb of history? Family Time 10 Jun 2018
'Now, where I?' Eugene Sheffer 01 Jun 2018
"Fuzzy Wuzzy" follower Universal 18 May 2018
Is no 59-Across Universal 15 May 2018
Limerick's third word Universal 12 May 2018
Past word Universal 02 Apr 2018
Used to be LA Times Daily 27 Mar 2018
Used to be The Washington Post 27 Mar 2018
Took place Universal 19 Mar 2018
Verb for the past Universal 02 Mar 2018
Existed LA Times Daily 25 Feb 2018
Used to be a tailless stinger The Sun Two Speed 25 Feb 2018
Existed The Sun Two Speed 25 Feb 2018
Existed The Washington Post 25 Feb 2018
'I __ only kidding' The Washington Post 22 Jan 2018
"I __ only kidding" LA Times Daily 22 Jan 2018
Word of the past
"Fuzzy Wuzzy" follower
"Fuzzy wuzzy ___ ..." Family Time 01 Jan 2018
Verb for the past
Past word
Third word of many limericks
Is no 59-Across
"Time ___ ..."
"Now where ___ I?"
Existed
"I __ only kidding"
Limerick's third word
'I ___ framed!' The Washington Post Sunday 03 Dec 2017
'And She ___' (1985 Talking Heads song) The Washington Post Sunday 26 Nov 2017
Took place Newsday 27 Oct 2017
Is no more Universal 20 Oct 2017
'Kilroy ___ here' The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Oct 2017
''That __ fun'' Newsday 06 Oct 2017
Lived The Washington Post Sunday 24 Sep 2017
"Now . . . where ___ I?" USA Today 18 Sep 2017
Isn't anymore? Family Time 11 Sep 2017
"It ___ the best of times . . ." USA Today 06 Sep 2017
Existed Premier Sunday 20 Aug 2017
Existed The Telegraph Quick 09 Aug 2017
Functioned as Newsday 23 Jul 2017
Used to be clean after wiping hard The Times Cryptic 21 Jul 2017
"I ___ afraid you'd say that" Universal 27 Jun 2017
Existed Wall Street Journal 13 May 2017
Third word of many limericks New York Times 16 Apr 2017
"Fuzzy Wuzzy ___ . . ." USA Today 15 Apr 2017
Ones moving far from home New York Times 01 Apr 2017
Historic verb? Universal 28 Feb 2017
"Now, where __ I?" LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2017
Lived and breathed LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2017
Is no more
"Fuzzy Wuzzy ___ . . ."
Used to be
"It ___ the best of times . . ."
Lived and breathed
"Now, where __ I?"
"I ___ afraid you'd say that"
Historic verb?
Third word of many limericks
"Kilroy ___ here"
Once existed Premier Sunday 27 Nov 2016
Past tense of is Family Time 21 Nov 2016
Is no longer Universal 17 Nov 2016
Used to exist Premier Sunday 13 Nov 2016
Functioned as Universal 26 Oct 2016
Used to live Premier Sunday 23 Oct 2016
(I/he/she/it) existed The Times Concise 14 Oct 2016
Portrayed Newsday 01 Oct 2016
'Kilroy ___ here' New York Times 20 Sep 2016
Had been The Washington Post 02 Aug 2016
'I wish I ___ [sic] homeward bound': Paul Simon New York Times 31 Jul 2016
'I ___ a Teenage Werewolf' The Washington Post 30 Jul 2016
Had functioned as Newsday 28 Jul 2016
Once existed The Washington Post 27 Jul 2016
"What ___ I thinking?" Family Time 17 Jul 2016
Had been Family Time 03 Jul 2016
Is in another form? Universal 03 Jul 2016
"It __ a Very Good Year" LA Times Daily 30 Jun 2016
Lived New York Times 19 Jun 2016
Isn't anymore Universal 22 May 2016
Lived Wall Street Journal 17 May 2016
Is in the past? Family Time 16 May 2016
"Now, where ___ I?" Universal 27 Feb 2016
Is no longer dated when done up The Times Cryptic 26 Feb 2016
Second word of ''A Tale of Two Cities'' Family Time 22 Feb 2016
Isn't now USA Today 12 Feb 2016
Never-___ (unsuccessful sort) New York Times 11 Feb 2016
Existed USA Today 24 Jan 2016
Consisted of Newsday 22 Jan 2016
Used to be Eugene Sheffer 18 Jan 2016
Existed Thomas Joseph 07 Jan 2016
Existed
"How ___ I to know?"
Is in another form?
Isn't now
Never-___ (unsuccessful sort)
Used to be
"Kilroy ___ here"
"I wish I ___ [sic] homeward bound": Paul Simon
"It __ a Very Good Year"
Isn't anymore
Lived
Is no longer
'Where ___ I?' The Washington Post 23 Dec 2015
"How ___ I to know?" USA Today 14 Dec 2015
'I just kidding!' Eugene Sheffer 01 Dec 2015
(I/he) existed The Times Concise 30 Oct 2015
'Father ___ a Fullback' (1949 Fred MacMurray comedy) The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Oct 2015
"Now, where ___ I?" USA Today 16 Oct 2015
Word of the past? USA Today 11 Oct 2015
Is no longer USA Today 20 Sep 2015
Isn't now Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2015
Verb in history texts Universal 03 Sep 2015
"As I ___ saying ..." Family Time 31 Aug 2015
'Never ___' New York Times 08 Aug 2015
Acted as Newsday 18 Jul 2015
Portrayed Jonesin 18 Jun 2015
Lived Premier Sunday 14 Jun 2015
"What __ I thinking?" LA Times Daily 25 May 2015
Is no more USA Today 14 Apr 2015
Verb for yesteryear USA Today 17 Feb 2015
Lived Thomas Joseph 14 Feb 2015
Existed New York Times 02 Feb 2015
Historic verb? USA Today 30 Jan 2015
Past tense of 39-Across Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2015
No longer is Universal 16 Jan 2015
"I ___ only kidding!" USA Today 14 Jan 2015
Limerick's third word, often New York Times 14 Jan 2015
"Papa __ a Rollin' Stone" LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2015
Is no longer
Has been
"Now, where ___ I?"
"I ___ only kidding!"
No longer is
Functioned as
Historic verb?
"Father ___ a Fullback" (1949 Fred MacMurray comedy)
Lived
Word in the first sentence of a Wikipedia article that indicates its subject passed away
Limerick's third word, often
Existed
"Never ___"
Social Distortion "I ___ Wrong"
"Where ___ I?"
Lived
Used to be
"Papa __ a Rollin' Stone"
"What __ I thinking?"
Lived
Isn't now
Live in the past?
Verb in history texts
Acted as
Portrayed
Used to be
Word of the past?
Verb for yesteryear
Is no more
Had been
Formerly worked as
Used to be
"Papa ___ a Rollin' Stone"
"Who __ that masked man?"
Common word in history texts
"As I __ saying . . ."
Functioned as
'How -- I to know?'
Is no longer
Is no more
Stones "She ___ Hot"
Stones producer Don
"Now, where __ I?"
Existed
Is in the past
"That ___ close"
Did exist
Had been
Had life
Is in the past?
Word in many limericks
Used to be
"I __ had!"
Has been
Second word of "A Tale of Two Cities"
"I ___ afraid of that!"
"That ___ no lady . . ."
Is in the past?
"That ___ no lady ..."
"As I ___ saying ..."
Had been
Existed
Is in the past?
"I __ had!"
Has been
Once worked as
Served as
"There ___ an old woman ..."
Once existed
Once existed
Occurred
"___ it something I said?"
"___ it something I said?"
Has been
"Kilroy __ here"
". . . that our flag ___ still there"
Is no more
"Kilroy __ here"
Used to be
Verb in a retrospective
Talking Heads "And She ___"
"At first I ___ afraid, I was petrified"
Once existed
Is, in history?
"That ___ a close one!"
"I ___ afraid of that!"
Verb for a historian
"And She ___" (Talking Heads tune)
Used to be
"... afraid, I ___ petrified"
Is no longer?
Used to be
Verb in a retrospective
Took place
Lived and breathed
Verb for a historian
Isn't now
Existed once
"And the earth ___ without form"
Has been
Had been
Had a life
Isn't anymore
Word after Wuzzy
Existed
Had a life
Isn't anymore
Word after Wuzzy
"And She ___" (Talking Heads song)
Existed
"This ___ fun!"
"That __ close!"
Used to exist
Once existed
"Dark ___ the Night" (2009 hipster charity CD)
"I ___ a Teenage Werewolf"
Is in the past?
"It ___ a Very Good Year"
"Kilroy ___ here"
Didn't just seem
Were for one?
Eighth word of "A Tale of Two Cities"
Had life
"That ___ then ..."
Used to live
Existed
Isn't now
Symbolized
Performed the role of
Verb in a retrospective
Is in the past
Functioned as
"__ I dreaming?"
Used to be
"Kilroy ___ here"
Is no more
Once lived
"I ___ there!"
"What __ I thinking?"
Functioned as
Third word of many limericks
"That __ close"
"That __ close"
Is in the past
Were for one?
Has been
"__ I dreaming?"
Is in another form?
Auxiliary of the past?
"___ it something I said?"
"And She ___" (Talking Heads song)
"... flag ___ still there"
Is past?
How ___ I to know?
"That __ then ..."
Is no more
Is in the past?
Isn't anymore
Had a life
"It __ I": 1959 hit
Became
Lived
Second word of "A Tale of Two Cities"
Is no longer?
Third word in many limericks
"The Subject ___ Roses" (Pulitzer-winning play)
"It __ I": 1959 hit
"That ___ then ..."
"How ___ I to know?"
"How Green ___ My Valley"
Existed
Once existed
"How Green __ My Valley"
Served as
Existed
"Who __ that masked man?"
"Now, where __ I?"
"We __ robbed!"
Took place
Verb for a historian
Is no longer
"We ___ robbed!"
". . . flag ___ still there"
Existed
"Because it ___ there"
Is no longer
Is no longer
"That ___ then ..."
Used to be
Third word in a limerick
Has-been
Second verb in the Bible
Walked the earth
Did exist
Verb in history texts
Had been
Is no more
"Fuzzy Wuzzy ___ a bear"
Word in many limericks
Is no longer
Has been
"Now, where ___ I?"
Word after wuzzy
Saw backward?
"What ___ I saying?"
Word after wuzzy
"Now where ___ I?"
"That ___ then, this . . ."
Saw backward?
"Fuzzy Wuzzy ___..."
"I ___ afraid of that!"
Second word of "A Tale of Two Cities"
"Till There ___ You"
"How Green ___ My Valley"
Existed
Had been
Had a life
Is in the past?
"As I ___ saying ..."
Had the quality of being
How ___ I to know?
"___ it something I said?"
". . . flag ___ still there"
"Who ___ that masked man?"
There once ___ a girl...
Is past
Isn't now
"T'___ the night . . ."
Surfing site
"We __ robbed!"
Third word of many limericks
Verb of the past
"What ___ that?"
"The Subject ___ Roses"
"Fuzzy wuzzy ___..."
"Fuzzy Wuzzy __ a bear ..."
"... flag _____ still there"
Used to be
Existed
Is in the past
Is in the past?
Occurred
"Fuzzy wuzzy ___..."
"I __ only kidding!"
Center of quip
Existed
Third word in many limericks
Used to be
"The Subject ___ Roses"
"What ___ that?"
"That _____ no lady ..."
Second word of "A Tale of Two Cities"
Third word in a limerick
___ a party to: abetted
"I ___ robbed!"
Is no longer
Is no longer
Third word in many limericks
Used to be
Is in another form?
Second word of "A Tale of Two Cities"
"And the earth _____ without form"
"I __ a Male War Bride"
"Now, where ___ I?"
Is past?
Performed as
"Who _____ that masked man?"
"It ___ I": '59 hit
"That _____ no lady..."
Walked the earth
Breathed
Third word in many limericks
Saw around?
"Fuzzy Wuzzy __ a bear . . ."
Magicians' props
"___ it something I said?"
"Who ___ that masked man?"
"What ___ I thinking?"
Is in the past?
"I ___ just kidding!"
"What ___ that?"
"That ___ no lady..."
"As I ___ saying..."
It ___ a dark and stormy . . .
"Now ... where __ I?"
Is no longer
Part of TWTWTW
Lived
"I __ Doing All Right"
"Till There ___ You"
Historic verb?
Took place
"Papa ___ a Rollin' Stone" (Temptations song)
Third word in a limerick
It ____ a Very Good Year
Had been
That ____ no lady . . .
Past tense
Isn't any more
Is past
Where ___ I?
1937 song "___It Rain?"
Isn't now
Lived
Once existed
Quip: Part III
Looked up?
"Eadie ___ a Lady"
"___it a vision . . . ": Keats
Is past
What, in Weimar
"Since Hector ___ a pup"
Part of "TW 3"
Part of "T.W.T.W.T."
Kipling's "The Man Who ___"
Saw's anagram
"We ___ robbed!": Joe Jacobs
"The Nearly ___ Mine"
"How Green ___ My Valley"
I __ a Teenage Werewolf
"___ it a vision . . . ?": Keats
"___ this the face . . . ?"
See 116 Across
Saw backward
"Able ___ I . . . "
Common verb
"There ___ an old . . . "
"The Week That ___"
"A fool there ___, and he . . . "
"When I ___ a lad . . . "
Time ___ (in the past)
"Who ___ that lady . . . "
Part of T.W.T.W.
Burmese natives
Past
"As I ___ saying . . . "
"A Fool There ___"
Relative of 42 Across
Verb form
Common verb.
Existed.
Had been.
Used to be.
"Where ___ I?"
Part of "T. W. 3."
Part of TW3.
Part of "to be."
Took place.
See 26 Across.
Lived.
Auxiliary verb.
Occurred.
Kipling's "The Man Who ___."
Remained.
What: Ger.
Happened.
Once existed.
"Light ___ first."—Caedmon.
Had been
NFC East team on scoreboards
Past word
"What ___ I thinking?"
Served as
So yesterday?
See 48-Across
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