Crossword Clues for WERE

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"Now, where __ we?" LA Times Daily 22 May 2022
Used to be Newsday 10 May 2022
Had the job of Newsday 01 May 2022
Existed Eugene Sheffer 16 Apr 2022
Once existed Universal 14 Apr 2022
"Those ___ the best blueberries ever" Family Time 27 Mar 2022
(They) existed The Times Concise 21 Mar 2022
Did live show, The Far Side, last of all The Times Cryptic 17 Mar 2022
Used to be USA Today 10 Mar 2022
Used to be Newsday 01 Mar 2022
"— hiring!" (new store sign) Eugene Sheffer 17 Feb 2022
It might precede #1 Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2022
"Those __ the days!" LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2022
''Those __ the days!'' The Washington Post 07 Feb 2022
''Those __ the days'' Newsday 06 Feb 2022
Lead-in to wolf New York Times 02 Feb 2022
"On Earth ___ Briefly Gorgeous" (Vuong novel) Universal 02 Jan 2022
"Now ___ talking!" Universal 13 Dec 2021
“What ___ you thinking?” New York Times 23 Nov 2021
Are, in the past Irish Times Simplex 19 Oct 2021
'How Beautiful We ___' (Mbue novel) USA Today 01 Oct 2021
Are, in the past Irish Times Simplex 29 Sep 2021
Lived in the past Wall Street Journal 07 Sep 2021
'Now ___ even' New York Times 03 Sep 2021
Used to be Thomas Joseph 25 Aug 2021
No longer are Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2021
'If I ___ a Boy' USA Today 19 Aug 2021
Used to be Newsday 27 Jul 2021
No longer are Canadiana 12 Jul 2021
As it __ The Washington Post 25 Jun 2021
As it __ LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2021
'If only it ___ true!' The Washington Post Sunday 13 Jun 2021
''If I __ you . . .'' Newsday 08 Jun 2021
"___ off to see the wizard" Family Time 23 May 2021
''Wish you __ here'' Newsday 18 May 2021
'Now, where __ we?' The Washington Post 20 Apr 2021
"Now, where __ we?" LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2021
Used to be USA Today 13 Apr 2021
Milne's ''When We __ Very Young'' Newsday 28 Mar 2021
Once existed Newsday 22 Mar 2021
'Now, where ___ we?' New York Times 16 Mar 2021
Used to be Newsday 24 Feb 2021
Ocean Vuong's 'On Earth ___ Briefly Gorgeous' USA Today 08 Feb 2021
Had been Newsday 31 Jan 2021
Held intro word in an . . . ''Oz'' song Newsday 22 Jan 2021
Are in the past? The Washington Post 15 Dec 2020
Are in the past? LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2020
"You ___ right" Universal 02 Dec 2020
Word that may or may not be a contraction New York Times 27 Nov 2020
Once acted as Newsday 07 Nov 2020
'Where __ you?' The Washington Post 24 Oct 2020
"Where __ you?" LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2020
''Those __ the days!'' Newsday 20 Oct 2020
"The stockings ___ hung ..." Family Time 11 Oct 2020
'I Knew You ___ Trouble' USA Today 10 Oct 2020
Existed Eugene Sheffer 11 Sep 2020
'Would that it ___' New York Times 27 Aug 2020
''__ Off to See the Wizard'' Newsday 24 Aug 2020
'Now ___ talking!' New York Times 17 Jul 2020
"If I ___ you ..." Universal 10 Jul 2020
''__ number one!'' Newsday 05 Jul 2020
"We __ Soldiers": 2002 Mel Gibson film LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2020
'We __ Soldiers': 2002 Mel Gibson film The Washington Post 04 Jun 2020
'Wish you ___ here!' USA Today 21 May 2020
“Those ___ the days!” Wall Street Journal 13 May 2020
Are, in the past Irish Times Simplex 08 May 2020
Had been Wall Street Journal 05 May 2020
'Now ___ talking!' The Washington Post Sunday 03 May 2020
'And __ off!' The Washington Post 30 Apr 2020
"And __ off!" LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2020
Used to be Family Time 13 Apr 2020
Barbra Streisand's "The Way We ___" The New Yorker 09 Mar 2020
Used to be Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2020
Used to be banks in both Whitstable and Ramsgate The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Mar 2020
'___ #1!' New York Times 27 Feb 2020
Used to be Universal 13 Jan 2020
"___ here!"
"___ No. 1!" Family Time 06 Jan 2020
Existed in the past Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2019
"___ Off to See the Wizard" Universal 13 Dec 2019
Was for many people? Wall Street Journal 19 Nov 2019
Aren't anymore Family Time 03 Nov 2019
Past of verb to be Canadiana 28 Oct 2019
Existed The Washington Post Sunday 22 Sep 2019
''Those __ the days'' Newsday 16 Sep 2019
'___ No. 1!' USA Today 11 Sep 2019
Used to be Thomas Joseph 31 Aug 2019
"The Way We ___" (Barbra Streisand film) Universal 15 Aug 2019
'___ sorry ...' New York Times 09 Aug 2019
(We/you) existed The Times Concise 08 Aug 2019
Portrayed Newsday 08 Aug 2019
'What ___ you thinking?' Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2019
'___ doomed!' New York Times 01 Jun 2019
'Those ___ the days' USA Today 04 May 2019
Used to be The Washington Post 19 Apr 2019
Used to be LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2019
'____ No. 1!' USA Today 11 Apr 2019
'The Way We __' The Washington Post 24 Mar 2019
"The Way We __" LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2019
As it ___ (so to speak) USA Today 21 Mar 2019
''What __ you thinking?'' Newsday 11 Mar 2019
Existed Wall Street Journal 27 Feb 2019
"What ___ you thinking?" Universal 10 Jan 2019
Used to be Wall Street Journal 09 Jan 2019
"The Way We ___" (Barbra Streisand film)
"___ No. 1!"
"____ No. 1!"
"What ___ you thinking?"
"The Way We __"
Existed
"___ #1!"
"___ sorry ..."
Used to be
As it ___ (so to speak)
"___ doomed!"
Used to be
"What ___ you thinking?"
"Those ___ the days"
''__ waiting . . .'' Newsday 28 Dec 2018
Had life Premier Sunday 09 Dec 2018
_____ wolf Canadiana 26 Nov 2018
'Where ___ we?' Wall Street Journal 07 Nov 2018
''. . .__ it but free it would soar'': ''Jane Eyre'' Newsday 13 Oct 2018
"Wish you ___ here!" Family Time 08 Oct 2018
Fall Out Boy's 'Sugar, ___ Goin Down' New York Times 07 Sep 2018
'__ #1!': winners' cry The Washington Post 21 Aug 2018
"__ #1!": winners' cry LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2018
"But it wasn't a dream. It was a place. And you, and you, and you ... and you ___ there" The New Yorker 16 Jul 2018
Contraction that's also a past-tense verb New York Times 29 Jun 2018
'You __ on My Mind': 1965 hit The Washington Post 03 Jun 2018
"You __ on My Mind": 1965 hit LA Times Daily 03 Jun 2018
Existed New York Times 06 May 2018
We are heartless – or used to be! The Sun Two Speed 21 Feb 2018
Existed The Sun Two Speed 21 Feb 2018
Are no longer New York Times 11 Feb 2018
"If I ___ you ..." Family Time 11 Feb 2018
'The Way We ___' New York Times 05 Feb 2018
'If I ___ King of the Forest' The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jan 2018
"The Way We ___"
Contraction that's also a past-tense verb
Existed
Fall Out Boy's "Sugar, ___ Goin Down"
"Where ___ we?"
"__ #1!": winners' cry
"You __ on My Mind": 1965 hit
Are no longer
Prefix with "wolf" Universal 13 Dec 2017
"While ___ on the subject ..." Family Time 11 Dec 2017
Plural contraction LA Times Daily 25 Nov 2017
Plural contraction The Washington Post 25 Nov 2017
Had being Premier Sunday 29 Oct 2017
'Suppose you ___ an idiot. And suppose you ___ a member of Congress. But I repeat myself': Mark Twain The Washington Post Sunday 29 Oct 2017
"___ #1!" USA Today 26 Aug 2017
Used to be New York Times 22 Aug 2017
"___ number one!" Universal 05 Jul 2017
"If I ___ a rich man" Universal 28 Jun 2017
"___ all in this together" Universal 08 Jun 2017
Championship team cheer LA Times Daily 26 May 2017
Championship team cheer The Washington Post 26 May 2017
"As you ___" (military command) USA Today 17 May 2017
"If I ___ you . . ." USA Today 24 Apr 2017
49-Across, in the past Family Time 10 Apr 2017
"___ number one!" USA Today 02 Apr 2017
"Where ___ you?" Universal 10 Mar 2017
"___ all in this together"
"___ number one!"
"Where __ you?"
Prefix with "wolf"
"Where ___ you?"
"___ #1!"
Plural contraction
"__ in this together!" LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2017
"The Way We ___"
Championship team cheer
"__ in this together!"
"If I ___ you . . ."
Used to be
"As you ___" (military command)
"If I ___ a rich man"
"What __ you thinking?" LA Times Daily 16 Dec 2016
Aren't anymore Universal 07 Dec 2016
Had been Family Time 05 Dec 2016
'As you ___' New York Times 05 Dec 2016
"The Way We ___" Universal 28 Nov 2016
'The Way We ___' (Streisand-Redford classic) The Chronicle of Higher Education 07 Oct 2016
Are no more LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2016
'Wish you ___ here!' The Washington Post 15 Aug 2016
'___ live!' New York Times 08 Jul 2016
Was, after you Family Time 20 Jun 2016
'... ___ not in Kansas anymore' The Washington Post 12 Jun 2016
'Their Eyes ___ Watching God' (Zora Neale Hurston novel) The Washington Post 11 May 2016
"If wishes __ horses ... " LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2016
''If wishes __ horses . . .'' Newsday 26 Feb 2016
"___ No. 1!" Universal 24 Feb 2016
"As you ___"
"___ live!"
Are no more
"What __ you thinking?"
"The Way We ___" (Streisand-Redford classic)
"As you ___" USA Today 21 Dec 2015
Lived New York Times 17 Dec 2015
(They) used to be The Sun Two Speed 09 Dec 2015
Was for many? Universal 27 Oct 2015
"___ all in this together" USA Today 04 Oct 2015
Existed Premier Sunday 13 Sep 2015
'The Way We ' Eugene Sheffer 01 Aug 2015
Lived Premier Sunday 28 Jun 2015
'___ back' New York Times 17 Jun 2015
'___ even' New York Times 31 May 2015
Hurston's "Their Eyes __ Watching God" LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2015
Contraction with "No. 1" USA Today 21 Mar 2015
Be in a certain mood? USA Today 08 Feb 2015
"___ back"
"___ even"
Lived
Hurston's "Their Eyes __ Watching God"
Lived
"As you ___"
"___ all in this together"
Be in a certain mood?
"As you ___"
Used to be
Was for many?
Contraction with "No. 1"
Used to be
Existed
Used to be
"___ #1!"
Prefix for wolf
"While __ Young": USGA anti-slow play campaign
"Wish you __ here!"
"#1" may follow it
"___ back!"
Contraction with number one
Second word of "Moonlight Bay"
Used to be
Prefix with wolf
Used to be
"Wish you __ here"
Had been
Word with "No. 1!"
"The stockings ___ hung ..."
"What ___ you thinking?!"
Used to be
Word with "number one"
Once existed
"As it" or "as you" follower
Pink Floyd "Wish You ___ Here"
Are in the past?
"As you" or "as it" follower
Used to be
Was in the past
Are in the past?
"While ___ on the subject ..."
"If only it ___ that easy"
"While ___ on the subject . . ."
"Once ___ Warriors" (Alan Duff novel)
"___ No. 1!"
Was for several people?
Was for several people?
"___ number one!"
"___ Not Gonna Take It"
"The stockings ___ hung . . ."
"__ number one!"
"If wishes __ horses ..."
"__ off!"
Creature-feature prefix
Are no longer
Existed
Equaled
"If wishes __ horses ..."
"___ off to see the wizard . . ."
Creature-feature prefix
"__ off!"
"As you ___" (military command)
"If only it ___ that easy"
"The Way We __"
As it __
Existed
"While ___ on the subject ..."
As it __
Existed
"If I __ you . . ."
Had the job of
"#1" follows it
"___ pregnant!"
Had been
Existed at one time
"While you ___ out ... "
Lived and breathed
"___ off to see the Wizard"
"___ number one!"
"___ off to see ..."
"Those ___ the Days"
"__ here!"
Wolf head?
Are in the past
Sergeant's "As you ___!"
"Wish You ___ Here" (1975 Pink Floyd album)
"If I ___ a Carpenter"
"___ No Angels"
"__ #1!"
Be in a certain mood?
See 15-Across
See 3-Down
'Sorry, -- closed'
Don't exist any longer
Was for several people
"___ number one"
"If I ___ you ..."
"If I ___ a Carpenter"
"__ .1!" (winners' cry)
.1 preceder
"If I ___ a rich man . . ."
Equaled
Gibson flick, "We ___ Soldiers"
"As you __": military command
"___ #1!"
"As you ___ ... "
"___ all in this together"
Lived and breathed
"If wishes ___ horses ..."
"When We ___ Kings" (1996 documentary)
"Those ___ the Days"
Wolf head?
Are in the past?
"As you ___!"
"___ not worthy!"
"As you __": military command
"___ in the Money" (1933 hit)
Existed
Was plural
Used to be
Was for a few?
Existed
1973 film "The Way We ___"
"You ___ Never Lovelier" (1942 Fred Astaire movie)
"Wish You ___ Here" (1975 Pink Floyd album)
"If I ___ you ..."
"If only it __ that easy"
"The Way We ___"
"Where __ you?"
"If only it __ that easy"
"As you ___"
Sort of wolf?
1973 #1 hit "___ an American Band"
"If I ___ a Rich Man"
"The Way We ___"
'If I -- a Rich Man'
Lived and breathed
Are no longer
Lived
Lived and breathed
"__ in the Money"
Are, in the past
"__ off to see..."
"While You ___ Sleeping"
Had life, e.g.
Are no longer
Wolf head?
"__ toast!"
Had been
"___ number one!" (stadium chant)
"The Way We ___"
Used to be
Existed
"__ all in this together"
"You ___ saying ..."
Second word of "On Moonlight Bay"
"What __ you thinking?"
"__ #1!"
No longer are
Had being
Had life
"The Way We __"
Prefix with wolf
"If men __ angels, no government would be necessary": Madison
"__ all in this together"
Word in a Streisand film title
Was for many
"If I ___ a rich girl" (Gwen Stefani line)
"If men __ angels, no government would be necessary": Madison
"The Way We ___"
"___ madly for Adlai" (1952 campaign slogan)
"__ off to see..."·
With 50-Down, cry upon returning
Occurred
"You ___ Meant for Me"
As it __ (in a way)
Contraction with "number one"
Used to be
Occurred
Are in the past
"__ Thine That Special Face"
Existed
Be in the subjunctive
Existed
Are in the past?
"If I _____ King"
"__ in the Money"
Are no more
Twisted Sister's "___ Not Gonna Take It"
"__ in the Money"
"Wish you ___ here!"
"___ off to see ..."
Number one preceder
Antepenultimate word in the theme song of "All in the Family"
"As you ___"
"The Way We __"
Ginger Rogers song "___ in the Money"
As it ___
"_____ No Angels"
Plural contraction
"As you" or "as it" follower
"#1" preceder
"Where ___ you?"
'If I -- you . . .'
"Where ___ you?"
"_____ number one!"
"Wish you ___ here"
"Now ___ talkin'!"
Aren't any more
"If I __ a Carpenter"
Was for several people?
"If I ___ a Rich Man"
"The Way We _____"
"Those _____ the Days"
Are, eventually
"___ off to see..."
"You ___ saying..."
"What ___ you thinking?!"
Type of wolf?
Word before "#1"
As it __
"___ number one!"
As it ___
It may precede #1
"As you" or "as it" follower
Number one starter?
"___ sorry..."
Word after "as it" or "as you"
"If wishes __ horses . . ."
"The Way We ___"
As it ___ (so to speak)
"___ in this together"
"___ an American Band"
"Those ___ the Days"
"___ Not Dressing" (Crosby comedy)
Subjunctive verb
"___ No Angels" (Bogart flick)
"The Way We ___"
Form of to be
"The Way We --"
"As you ___!"
"__ in the Money"
"___ No Angels"
Prefix with wolf
Are in the past?
"Where ___ you?"
"The Way We ____"
"___ No Angels" (Bogart film)
"___ No Angels"
"___ off to see the wizard"
Ginger Rogers tune "___ in the Money"
"The Way We ___".
"___ in the Money"
As you ____
Past of "to be"
Had being
If I ____ you . . .
Word before "#1"
"The stockings ___ hung..."
"___ Off to See the Wizard"
The Way We ____
"If I _____..."
"_____ all in this together"
"_____ off to see..."
Sergeant's "As you ___"
Milne's "When We ___ Very Young"
As it ___ (so to speak)
"___ No Angels," 1955 movie
"The Way We ___," Streisand hit
"The Way We ___," Streisand movie
"If I ___ a Rich Man"
Sergeant's "As you ___!"
"___ No Angels," Bogart comedy
"As you ___!"
"___ in the Money," 1933 song
"You ___ Made for Me"
NCO's "As you ___!"
N.C.O.'s "As you ___!"
___ Here, schooner in "Captains Courageous"
"Those ___ the days"
Common verb
"___ in the Money"
"If I ___ king"
Part of to be
As it ___.
Lived.
Continued to be.
Existed.
"___ poor little lambs . . . "
Used to be.
"___ off to see the Wizard . . . "
Part of "to be."
Subjective verb.
"If I ___ King."
No longer are.
Auxiliary verb.
Common verb.
Common verbal contraction.
"If I ___ you . . . "
Verb in past tense.
Existed in the past.
As you ___!
"As you ___.”
Have been.
"As you ___."
As you ___.
"When We ___ Very Young."—Milne.
Had being.
"___ waiting"
Existed
"I think ___ alone now"
"___ you saying something?"
"___ Only in It for the Money" (1968 Frank Zappa album)
"Now ___ talkin'!"
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