Word "YES" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an affirmative
Examples:
I was hoping for a yes

Crossword Clues for YES

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Clue Source Date
'I'm game!' USA Today 22 Nov 2022
With 10-Down, improv comedy rule of thumb USA Today 21 Nov 2022
“You wanted to see me?” New York Times 20 Nov 2022
'You wanted to see me?' New York Times 20 Nov 2022
'Totally!' USA Today 20 Nov 2022
"OK!" Universal 17 Nov 2022
'Sure do!' USA Today 15 Nov 2022
Aye Canadiana 14 Nov 2022
'I'd be glad to' USA Today 14 Nov 2022
"I'll do it!" Universal 13 Nov 2022
"You bet!" Eugene Sheffer 12 Nov 2022
Affirmative! The Guardian Quick 09 Nov 2022
"You got it" LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2022
"Certainly!" Eugene Sheffer 03 Nov 2022
___/no question USA Today 01 Nov 2022
Thumbs-up response Wall Street Journal 01 Nov 2022
"Of course" Eugene Sheffer 29 Oct 2022
"Be glad to" LA Times Daily 26 Oct 2022
"Sure thing!" Thomas Joseph 25 Oct 2022
*thumbs up* USA Today 24 Oct 2022
"That's correct" LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2022
Word of consent USA Today 11 Oct 2022
'Precisely!' New York Times 10 Oct 2022
Aye The Telegraph Quick 08 Oct 2022
Certainly, affirmative The Times Concise 07 Oct 2022
'Aye, aye!' USA Today 06 Oct 2022
Agreeable answer Wall Street Journal 01 Oct 2022
'Sounds good!' USA Today 27 Sep 2022
Thumbs-up Eugene Sheffer 26 Sep 2022
BBC Two sitcom that, unusually, was successfully adapted for Radio 4 The Guardian Weekend 24 Sep 2022
"Say ___ to the Dress" Universal 22 Sep 2022
'OK!' New York Times 21 Sep 2022
"You bet!" Thomas Joseph 20 Sep 2022
Affirmative The Times Concise 17 Sep 2022
'You called me?' New York Times 14 Sep 2022
"For sure!" Thomas Joseph 08 Sep 2022
Chocoholic's reply to "Want more chocolate?" Family Time 04 Sep 2022
"Can I help you?" Universal 04 Sep 2022
"Affirmative" LA Times Daily 04 Sep 2022
'For sure' New York Times 29 Aug 2022
"Of course!" Family Time 28 Aug 2022
'Excellent!' New York Times 25 Aug 2022
Some sockeye salmon? Certainly! The Times Cryptic 24 Aug 2022
"Indubitably!" Universal 23 Aug 2022
Affirmative Canadiana 15 Aug 2022
"Okey-dokey!" Family Time 14 Aug 2022
'Did you ring?' New York Times 14 Aug 2022
“That’s right!” Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2022
"You bet!" Eugene Sheffer 09 Aug 2022
"For sure!" Universal 07 Aug 2022
'Absolutely!' USA Today 04 Aug 2022
Reply you like to hear Family Time 02 Aug 2022
"Totally!" Universal 30 Jul 2022
"Absolutely!" Universal 28 Jul 2022
'Sure thing!' USA Today 24 Jul 2022
Triumphant shout New York Times 19 Jul 2022
"You betcha!" LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2022
See 58-Down Premier Sunday 17 Jul 2022
Word on a Ouija board Universal 15 Jul 2022
'For sure!' USA Today 15 Jul 2022
"Bingo!" LA Times Daily 13 Jul 2022
"Totally!" LA Times Daily 05 Jul 2022
Studies after missing start of course The Times Cryptic 01 Jul 2022
'I'm down' USA Today 01 Jul 2022
Desired answer to "Will you marry me?" Universal 30 Jun 2022
Affirmative Canadiana 27 Jun 2022
"Certainly!" Universal 25 Jun 2022
"Of course" Eugene Sheffer 25 Jun 2022
"Uh-huh" Family Time 20 Jun 2022
'Absolutely I do' USA Today 13 Jun 2022
Affirmative The Telegraph Quick 10 Jun 2022
OK New York Times 08 Jun 2022
"Certainly!" Eugene Sheffer 08 Jun 2022
"Yay!" Family Time 06 Jun 2022
'My thoughts exactly!' The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jun 2022
"You're correct" Universal 01 Jun 2022
Thumbs-up Eugene Sheffer 28 May 2022
"You got it" LA Times Daily 25 May 2022
"Sure!" Family Time 16 May 2022
Si en ingles USA Today 16 May 2022
"Certainly!" Family Time 15 May 2022
“Owner of a Lonely Heart” band Wall Street Journal 12 May 2022
Jubilant cry Wall Street Journal 11 May 2022
"You bet!" Eugene Sheffer 10 May 2022
'___, I'm Ready' (Barbara Mason hit) USA Today 07 May 2022
Certainly The Telegraph Quick 06 May 2022
"Of course" Eugene Sheffer 05 May 2022
"You bet!" Thomas Joseph 03 May 2022
"Of course!" LA Times Daily 02 May 2022
'Of course!' The Washington Post 02 May 2022
"Certainly!" Eugene Sheffer 28 Apr 2022
"Sure thing!" Thomas Joseph 27 Apr 2022
"___ or no?" Family Time 25 Apr 2022
'Of course!' USA Today 24 Apr 2022
"Nailed it!" LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2022
'Nailed it!' The Washington Post 22 Apr 2022
“Owner of a Lonely Heart” band Wall Street Journal 21 Apr 2022
Affirmative response Irish Times Simplex 19 Apr 2022
"I do" Universal 18 Apr 2022
'Quite right!' The Washington Post Sunday 17 Apr 2022
Shortest answer from a Magic 8 Ball Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2022
Certainly The Times Concise 15 Apr 2022
'You betcha!' USA Today 14 Apr 2022
"Can I have a cookie?" reply Family Time 10 Apr 2022
Certainly The Times Concise 03 Apr 2022
'Without a doubt' The Washington Post 31 Mar 2022
"Without a doubt" LA Times Daily 31 Mar 2022
“I’d love to!” New York Times 28 Mar 2022
Positive response Universal 25 Mar 2022
"Oh, absolutely!" Universal 24 Mar 2022
Affirmative Canadiana 21 Mar 2022
Sought-after response Family Time 21 Mar 2022
"You bet!" Thomas Joseph 14 Mar 2022
''Permission granted'' Newsday 14 Mar 2022
Dad's reply, sometimes Family Time 13 Mar 2022
"That's right!" Universal 13 Mar 2022
Desired answer to a proposal Universal 11 Mar 2022
'Si' in English USA Today 08 Mar 2022
Music to your ears, maybe Newsday 03 Mar 2022
“Sure!” Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2022
Aye Canadiana 21 Feb 2022
'Affirmative!' USA Today 18 Feb 2022
'You're right!' USA Today 11 Feb 2022
"You bet!" Eugene Sheffer 11 Feb 2022
"You bet!" Thomas Joseph 10 Feb 2022
“I’m in!” Wall Street Journal 09 Feb 2022
''Of course!'' Newsday 08 Feb 2022
"Sure thing!" Thomas Joseph 07 Feb 2022
''Absolutely!'' Newsday 07 Feb 2022
Thumbs-up Eugene Sheffer 04 Feb 2022
Word that a nod might replace Universal 24 Jan 2022
Last word of “Ulysses” New York Times 23 Jan 2022
'That's right' USA Today 16 Jan 2022
You bet it's found over in exercise yard Irish Times Crosaire 15 Jan 2022
"Affirmative!" Universal 12 Jan 2022
'Of COURSE I'll marry you!' USA Today 08 Jan 2022
Agreeable answer Thomas Joseph 05 Jan 2022
"Certainly!" Eugene Sheffer 31 Dec 2021
"Certainly!" Thomas Joseph 30 Dec 2021
"For sure!" Universal 24 Dec 2021
"Of course" Eugene Sheffer 20 Dec 2021
“___, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus” New York Times 19 Dec 2021
Certainly tricky, these puzzles ultimately The Times Cryptic 17 Dec 2021
Word that establishes consent Universal 14 Dec 2021
"Absolutely!" Universal 12 Dec 2021
Agreeable answer Wall Street Journal 11 Dec 2021
'All riiiiight!!!' USA Today 11 Dec 2021
'___, and . . .' (improv principle) USA Today 06 Dec 2021
"You bet!" Eugene Sheffer 24 Nov 2021
Aye The Telegraph Quick 21 Nov 2021
'Do I ever!' USA Today 18 Nov 2021
'Sure thing!' USA Today 17 Nov 2021
'Can I help you?' USA Today 16 Nov 2021
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band LA Times Daily 14 Nov 2021
Aye Canadiana 08 Nov 2021
"Of course" Eugene Sheffer 08 Nov 2021
'Definitely!' USA Today 02 Nov 2021
Hoped-for response to a marriage proposal LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2021
“You betcha!” New York Times 31 Oct 2021
''Absolutely!'' Newsday 26 Oct 2021
"Absolutely!" LA Times Daily 25 Oct 2021
Verbal consent word USA Today 23 Oct 2021
'Of course!' USA Today 21 Oct 2021
'I'd love to!' USA Today 14 Oct 2021
Triumphant bellow Wall Street Journal 13 Oct 2021
Verbal consent word USA Today 09 Oct 2021
Word of accord Thomas Joseph 07 Oct 2021
'Correct!' USA Today 06 Oct 2021
Positive reply USA Today 04 Oct 2021
“Definitely” New York Times 04 Oct 2021
''Be my guest'' Newsday 03 Oct 2021
“Absolutely!” Wall Street Journal 02 Oct 2021
Affirmative answer Universal 01 Oct 2021
'Absolutely!' USA Today 23 Sep 2021
'Definitely!' USA Today 19 Sep 2021
'You betcha!' USA Today 16 Sep 2021
"You bet!" Eugene Sheffer 16 Sep 2021
Triumphant shout Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2021
'Oui' translation USA Today 04 Sep 2021
“That’s right” Wall Street Journal 30 Aug 2021
'That's correct' USA Today 29 Aug 2021
Agreeable reply Wall Street Journal 28 Aug 2021
"Of course" Eugene Sheffer 25 Aug 2021
RSVP option USA Today 18 Aug 2021
Phone menu alternative Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2021
"Affirmative" Universal 18 Aug 2021
''I'd be glad to'' Newsday 17 Aug 2021
''I guess so'' Family Time 16 Aug 2021
You bet it's found over in exercise yard Irish Times Crosaire 14 Aug 2021
'Into it!' USA Today 13 Aug 2021
''All right!'' Newsday 12 Aug 2021
Incorrect answer to 'Is today Opposite Day?' USA Today 06 Aug 2021
'Can I help you?' The Washington Post 30 Jul 2021
"Can I help you?" LA Times Daily 30 Jul 2021
"Absolutely!" Universal 19 Jul 2021
'You betcha' USA Today 11 Jul 2021
What mama might say a lot Family Time 11 Jul 2021
Word of consent Universal 09 Jul 2021
Victorious shout Newsday 08 Jul 2021
''May I help you?'' Newsday 04 Jul 2021
“Sure thing!” Wall Street Journal 28 Jun 2021
“Okey-dokey” Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2021
Thumbs-up's meaning USA Today 25 Jun 2021
Is the pope Catholic? New York Times 23 Jun 2021
Answer to "More pudding?" Family Time 20 Jun 2021
Reply to "Is this the best day ever?" Family Time 13 Jun 2021
''Permission granted!'' Newsday 06 Jun 2021
Ouija board answer, maybe USA Today 03 Jun 2021
Roger's equivalent New York Times 29 May 2021
Word of consent USA Today 25 May 2021
"Abso-freakin'-lutely!" Universal 25 May 2021
Okay The Telegraph Quick 24 May 2021
''Be my guest'' Newsday 20 May 2021
What the circled letters all mean New York Times 17 May 2021
- New York Times 16 May 2021
With 38-Down, emphatic agreement Wall Street Journal 08 May 2021
OK Canadiana 03 May 2021
"You bet!" Thomas Joseph 01 May 2021
Affirmative! The Telegraph Quick 21 Apr 2021
"You betcha!" Thomas Joseph 20 Apr 2021
Summoned person's query Newsday 15 Apr 2021
Affirmative consent word USA Today 14 Apr 2021
"That's right!" Universal 14 Apr 2021
Cry of victory Wall Street Journal 13 Apr 2021
"Definitely!" Premier Sunday 11 Apr 2021
Answer to 'Are you asleep?' that can't be true New York Times 11 Apr 2021
Word of assent The Washington Post 09 Apr 2021
"Is the sky blue?" answer Family Time 05 Apr 2021
"For sure!" Thomas Joseph 25 Mar 2021
"Certainly!" Eugene Sheffer 23 Mar 2021
'You called?' New York Times 22 Mar 2021
"I'd be glad to" LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2021
'I'd be glad to' The Washington Post 19 Mar 2021
Not no USA Today 19 Mar 2021
“That’s right” Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2021
No's U-turn Family Time 15 Mar 2021
''That's what I'm talkin' about!'' Newsday 11 Mar 2021
''Is the sky blue?'' Family Time 07 Mar 2021
"Of course" Eugene Sheffer 03 Mar 2021
Word of agreement Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2021
Proposer's preferred response The Washington Post 01 Mar 2021
Proposer's preferred response LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2021
Word mom says that brings a smile Family Time 28 Feb 2021
'Of course!' New York Times 21 Feb 2021
Translation for "si" or "oui" Universal 17 Feb 2021
"Affirmative" LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2021
'Affirmative' The Washington Post 17 Feb 2021
'Roundabout' rockers with a positive name The Washington Post 16 Feb 2021
"Roundabout" rockers with a positive name LA Times Daily 16 Feb 2021
Affirmative answer Family Time 14 Feb 2021
Unexpected response to "Are you asleep?" Universal 11 Feb 2021
Assent sometimes preceded by 'so much' USA Today 11 Feb 2021
'By all means!' USA Today 09 Feb 2021
"Certainly" Premier Sunday 07 Feb 2021
Consenting reply Family Time 01 Feb 2021
'You bet!' New York Times 01 Feb 2021
Reply you want to hear Family Time 31 Jan 2021
One of two common replies Family Time 24 Jan 2021
'Exactly!' USA Today 17 Jan 2021
What a nod may signify New York Times 14 Jan 2021
'Without question' New York Times 12 Jan 2021
'That's right' USA Today 10 Jan 2021
Word of consent Universal 04 Jan 2021
Good response to "May I?" Family Time 28 Dec 2020
'Unquestionably' New York Times 26 Dec 2020
Basic survey choice Universal 26 Dec 2020
"Sure" LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2020
'For real?' response Jonesin 15 Dec 2020
'Sure' The Washington Post 15 Dec 2020
Word of agreement The Washington Post Sunday 06 Dec 2020
Triumphant shout Wall Street Journal 28 Nov 2020
Okay The Washington Post 27 Nov 2020
Okay LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2020
Certainly essential to eyesight The Sun Two Speed 19 Nov 2020
"Spot on!" LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2020
'Spot on!' The Washington Post 16 Nov 2020
Word of affirmation Universal 16 Nov 2020
“You are correct!” Wall Street Journal 16 Nov 2020
"Of course" Premier Sunday 15 Nov 2020
No alternative? Universal 13 Nov 2020
'Definitely' The Washington Post 10 Nov 2020
"Definitely" LA Times Daily 10 Nov 2020
'Affirmative' USA Today 09 Nov 2020
Cry of success Universal 03 Nov 2020
'That's correct' USA Today 01 Nov 2020
"Undoubtedly" LA Times Daily 26 Oct 2020
'Undoubtedly' The Washington Post 26 Oct 2020
Alright Canadiana 26 Oct 2020
Word hidden in "Aye aye, sir!" Universal 23 Oct 2020
Da, ja, si The Telegraph Quick 23 Oct 2020
"___ and no" Universal 22 Oct 2020
"Absolutely!" Premier Sunday 18 Oct 2020
Sought-after word when seeking permission Family Time 12 Oct 2020
'You bet!' The Washington Post 15 Sep 2020
Answer that permits Family Time 06 Sep 2020
'Sure thing!' USA Today 02 Sep 2020
'Absolutely!' USA Today 28 Aug 2020
Indeed some lucky escape The Sun Two Speed 26 Aug 2020
'This rules!' USA Today 24 Aug 2020
What you hope your mom will say Family Time 23 Aug 2020
''Works for me!'' Newsday 23 Aug 2020
'Couldn't agree more' The Washington Post Sunday 23 Aug 2020
'Abso-friggin-lutely!' Jonesin 18 Aug 2020
Good answer to hear Family Time 16 Aug 2020
One of two answers in Twenty Questions New York Times 05 Aug 2020
Positive response The Washington Post 21 Jul 2020
Positive response LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2020
Shout of satisfaction Newsday 10 Jul 2020
Celebratory shout USA Today 04 Jul 2020
Active consent word USA Today 29 Jun 2020
'Can I help you?' USA Today 22 Jun 2020
''Check!'' Newsday 19 Jun 2020
Hoped-for proposal answer Universal 10 Jun 2020
'Getting to ___' (guide to negotiating) New York Times 09 Jun 2020
Positive reply Premier Sunday 07 Jun 2020
"For sure!" LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2020
'For sure!' The Washington Post 02 Jun 2020
"That's right" Universal 01 Jun 2020
Positive answer LA Times Daily 17 May 2020
Positive answer The Washington Post 17 May 2020
Confirmation New York Times 16 May 2020
"You bet!" Universal 16 May 2020
'I'm interested' The Washington Post 15 May 2020
"I'm interested" LA Times Daily 15 May 2020
'By all means' The Washington Post 14 May 2020
"By all means" LA Times Daily 14 May 2020
'Mm-hmmm' Jonesin 12 May 2020
"Affirmative!" Family Time 11 May 2020
Si, in English Universal 11 May 2020
"You bet!" Eugene Sheffer 11 May 2020
Jubilant cry Wall Street Journal 07 May 2020
Thumbs-up Eugene Sheffer 30 Apr 2020
Word of accord Thomas Joseph 25 Apr 2020
'Check ___ Juliet' (We the Kings song) USA Today 23 Apr 2020
'Uh-huh!' New York Times 21 Apr 2020
''Definitely!'' Newsday 19 Apr 2020
Affirmative answer Wall Street Journal 13 Apr 2020
"Sure thing!" Thomas Joseph 09 Apr 2020
“You bet!” Wall Street Journal 01 Apr 2020
"Of course" Family Time 29 Mar 2020
Word necessary for consent Universal 26 Mar 2020
'Sure thing!' Thomas Joseph 25 Mar 2020
Affirmative answer USA Today 24 Mar 2020
Agreeable response Universal 24 Mar 2020
'Roundabout' band The Washington Post Sunday 22 Mar 2020
''Just what I was hoping for'' Newsday 22 Mar 2020
"Indeed!" Universal 20 Mar 2020
“That’s right!” Wall Street Journal 19 Mar 2020
''Affirmative!'' Family Time 09 Mar 2020
'Of course' Eugene Sheffer 07 Mar 2020
'You betcha!' Thomas Joseph 06 Mar 2020
'For sure!' Thomas Joseph 04 Mar 2020
''Be glad to'' Newsday 01 Mar 2020
Agreeable answer Wall Street Journal 24 Feb 2020
Victorious shout USA Today 21 Feb 2020
'Affirmative' New York Times 17 Feb 2020
"Affirmative"
Cry of success The Washington Post 11 Feb 2020
Cry of success LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2020
“Sure!” Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2020
Absolutely essential to eyesight The Sun Two Speed 09 Feb 2020
Affirmative The Sun Two Speed 09 Feb 2020
Learnt off earnestly? Of course! Irish Times Crosaire 08 Feb 2020
"Indubitably!" LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2020
'Indubitably!' The Washington Post 20 Jan 2020
"Affirmative!" The New Yorker 20 Jan 2020
Referendum selection The Washington Post Sunday 19 Jan 2020
"I'll do it!" LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2020
'I'll do it!' The Washington Post 06 Jan 2020
Magic 8 Ball response New York Times 26 Dec 2019
Magic 8 Ball response
'What do you want?' USA Today 26 Dec 2019
Positive reply Universal 24 Dec 2019
'We did it!' The Washington Post Sunday 22 Dec 2019
'By all means' New York Times 18 Dec 2019
'Certainly!' Eugene Sheffer 18 Dec 2019
Victorious cry Wall Street Journal 18 Dec 2019
"By all means"
''You bet!'' Newsday 17 Dec 2019
'That's it' Jonesin 17 Dec 2019
Positive response New York Times 16 Dec 2019
Positive response
Victorious shout LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2019
Victorious shout The Washington Post 13 Dec 2019
''Permission granted'' Newsday 10 Dec 2019
'I agree' The Washington Post 09 Dec 2019
"I agree" LA Times Daily 09 Dec 2019
Hoped-for response Family Time 09 Dec 2019
'Score!' USA Today 08 Dec 2019
"May I help you?"
'May I help you?' New York Times 07 Dec 2019
''Indeed!'' Newsday 06 Dec 2019
Shout accompanied by a fist pump USA Today 04 Dec 2019
Sycophant's response Universal 01 Dec 2019
"I accept" Universal 28 Nov 2019
What "oui" or "ja" means Universal 21 Nov 2019
“Absolutely!” Wall Street Journal 19 Nov 2019
Thumbs-up vote Universal 15 Nov 2019
''I'd be glad to'' Newsday 11 Nov 2019
"Mm-hmm" Universal 11 Nov 2019
'No doubt' USA Today 10 Nov 2019
With 86-Across, 'You bet!' Premier Sunday 10 Nov 2019
“Indeed!” Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2019
'For sure!' USA Today 05 Nov 2019
'Absolutely!' New York Times 31 Oct 2019
"Absolutely!"
'By all means!' The Washington Post 28 Oct 2019
"Of course" answer Family Time 28 Oct 2019
"By all means!" LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2019
Affirmative answer Universal 21 Oct 2019
''Sure thing!'' Newsday 16 Oct 2019
Word of assent Universal 16 Oct 2019
''For sure!'' Newsday 09 Oct 2019
Word said with a fist pump Wall Street Journal 03 Oct 2019
"Absolutely!" Family Time 30 Sep 2019
Cry of epiphany USA Today 27 Sep 2019
''I agree'' Newsday 23 Sep 2019
'Indeed!' USA Today 15 Sep 2019
'You bet!' Eugene Sheffer 13 Sep 2019
"Of course!" Universal 10 Sep 2019
"Most assuredly" Family Time 02 Sep 2019
What the thumbs-up emoji can mean New York Times 01 Sep 2019
''By all means!'' Newsday 20 Aug 2019
Necessity to remove insect? Absolutely! Irish Times Crosaire 10 Aug 2019
'Indubitably!' Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2019
'No doubt!' USA Today 04 Aug 2019
''Just what I hoped for!'' Newsday 03 Aug 2019
Validating vote The Times Concise 28 Jul 2019
One way to vote Newsday 25 Jul 2019
Toady's response USA Today 25 Jul 2019
Cry accompanying a fist pump Wall Street Journal 25 Jul 2019
'Definitely!' The Washington Post 23 Jul 2019
"Definitely!" LA Times Daily 23 Jul 2019
'Starship Trooper' band The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jul 2019
Hoped-for proposal response Universal 20 Jul 2019
Agreeable answer Thomas Joseph 18 Jul 2019
''I'd be delighted!'' Newsday 17 Jul 2019
Affirmative The Telegraph Quick 16 Jul 2019
'Indeed!' Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2019
'Thumbs up!' New York Times 10 Jul 2019
OK The Telegraph Quick 06 Jul 2019
"Let's do it!" LA Times Daily 04 Jul 2019
'Let's do it!' The Washington Post 04 Jul 2019
'You bet!' Wall Street Journal 03 Jul 2019
What a thumbs-up may signify The Washington Post Sunday 23 Jun 2019
"Without a doubt!" Universal 20 Jun 2019
'Definitely!' USA Today 12 Jun 2019
'Owner of a Lonely Heart' band Wall Street Journal 06 Jun 2019
Ouija board reply Jonesin 21 May 2019
'Correct' The Washington Post Sunday 19 May 2019
What the Czech word 'ano' means in English, paradoxically New York Times 19 May 2019
''May I help you?'' Newsday 17 May 2019
Cry accompanying a fist pump New York Times 16 May 2019
Okay Canadiana 13 May 2019
'I did it!' The Washington Post 07 May 2019
"I did it!" LA Times Daily 07 May 2019
''Absolutely!'' Newsday 06 May 2019
'Of course' Jonesin 30 Apr 2019
___/no question Universal 22 Apr 2019
Fist-pumper's cry The Washington Post 19 Apr 2019
Fist-pumper's cry LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2019
"Absolutely!" Universal 15 Apr 2019
'Right you are!' New York Times 14 Apr 2019
'Uh-huh' USA Today 04 Apr 2019
Referendum choice Wall Street Journal 21 Mar 2019
'You betcha!' USA Today 19 Mar 2019
Committed response Jonesin 19 Mar 2019
Nod's meaning Universal 18 Mar 2019
'That's correct' ... or a hint to the ends of 17-, 28-, 45- and 59-Across, in different languages New York Times 18 Mar 2019
Referendum vote USA Today 18 Mar 2019
'Permission granted' USA Today 17 Mar 2019
"Definitely!" Universal 16 Mar 2019
'Request granted' USA Today 08 Mar 2019
"I do" Universal 08 Mar 2019
''I'd love to!'' Newsday 04 Mar 2019
Affirmative Family Time 04 Mar 2019
"Absolutely" LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2019
'Absolutely' The Washington Post 26 Feb 2019
'Definitely so' New York Times 25 Feb 2019
Assent The Washington Post 23 Feb 2019
Assent LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2019
'That's exactly right!' The Washington Post Sunday 10 Feb 2019
"Fine with me" answer Family Time 04 Feb 2019
'True' The Washington Post Sunday 27 Jan 2019
Victorious exclamation Wall Street Journal 24 Jan 2019
Verbal nod Newsday 24 Jan 2019
'___, Virginia . . .' USA Today 17 Jan 2019
"Agreed" Universal 16 Jan 2019
'For sure!' New York Times 14 Jan 2019
Oui or hai The Washington Post 09 Jan 2019
Oui or hai LA Times Daily 09 Jan 2019
Sycophant's reply USA Today 05 Jan 2019
"Sure!" Universal 03 Jan 2019
"You betcha!"
Assent
Cry accompanying a fist pump
"Agreed"
2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee
Hoped-for proposal response
Word of assent
What the Czech word "ano" means in English, paradoxically
"Permission granted"
"No doubt!"
Fist-pumper's cry
___/no question
"I do"
"Let's do it!"
"Absolutely"
Oui or hai
"I did it!"
"For sure!"
"By all means!"
"Definitely!"
"For sure!"
"Indeed!"
"Request granted"
Nod's meaning
"Definitely!"
Referendum choice
Cry accompanying a fist pump
"Indubitably!"
Toady's response
"Obviously"
Referendum vote
Sycophant's reply
"Uh-huh"
"You called?"
"___, Virginia . . ."
Cry of epiphany
"Indeed!"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
"You bet!"
Agreeable answer
Victorious exclamation
Word said with a fist pump
"Of course!"
"Without a doubt!"
What the thumbs-up emoji can mean
"That's correct" ... or a hint to the ends of 17-, 28-, 45- and 59-Across, in different languages
Affirmative answer
"Absolutely!"
"Definitely so"
"Definitely!"
"Thumbs up!"
"Right you are!"
"Sure!"
Positive answer Family Time 24 Dec 2018
Thumbs-up The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Dec 2018
Cry made with a fist pump New York Times 18 Dec 2018
No alternative Wall Street Journal 29 Nov 2018
''By all means'' Newsday 29 Nov 2018
''Of course!'' Newsday 26 Nov 2018
With 71-Across, boot camp affirmative Premier Sunday 25 Nov 2018
Magic 8-Ball response Jonesin 20 Nov 2018
Nod's meaning USA Today 20 Nov 2018
'___ we can' (2008 campaign slogan) New York Times 12 Nov 2018
Yep, better Universal 05 Nov 2018
'Uh-huh' Jonesin 30 Oct 2018
What 'I do' means New York Times 29 Oct 2018
Word of agreement Family Time 28 Oct 2018
"Of course!" LA Times Daily 25 Oct 2018
'Of course!' The Washington Post 25 Oct 2018
''You got it'' Newsday 25 Oct 2018
'Amen!' The Washington Post 24 Oct 2018
"Amen!" LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2018
''That's correct'' Newsday 23 Oct 2018
'Can I help you?' The Washington Post Sunday 21 Oct 2018
'Sure!' Thomas Joseph 19 Oct 2018
'You called?' USA Today 15 Oct 2018
Not a no Universal 12 Oct 2018
Affirmative reply Universal 11 Oct 2018
"You bet!" Family Time 08 Oct 2018
Last word of 'Ulysses' The Chronicle of Higher Education 05 Oct 2018
''Absolutely'' Newsday 02 Oct 2018
One proposal response Universal 28 Sep 2018
Affirmative The Times Concise 25 Sep 2018
Positive feedback? The New Yorker 03 Sep 2018
'What is it?' New York Times 02 Sep 2018
Most of those in 29 across could be positive Irish Times Crosaire 01 Sep 2018
'You've got that right' The Washington Post Sunday 26 Aug 2018
'I'd be happy to!' USA Today 24 Aug 2018
Aye! The Telegraph Quick 22 Aug 2018
"You rang?" LA Times Daily 14 Aug 2018
'You rang?' The Washington Post 14 Aug 2018
"Suh-weet!" LA Times Daily 05 Aug 2018
''Sure!'' Newsday 05 Aug 2018
'Suh-weet!' The Washington Post 05 Aug 2018
'Certainly!' Wall Street Journal 30 Jul 2018
'Exactly right!' The Washington Post Sunday 15 Jul 2018
'Indubitably!' Jonesin 10 Jul 2018
"Do you like cupcakes?" Universal 01 Jul 2018
'You said it!' Thomas Joseph 22 Jun 2018
Toady's answer Thomas Joseph 21 Jun 2018
'Of course' The Washington Post 19 Jun 2018
"Of course" LA Times Daily 19 Jun 2018
''I'll be glad to'' Newsday 06 Jun 2018
'Assuredly' Premier Sunday 03 Jun 2018
Twenty Questions answer USA Today 31 May 2018
Victor's shout USA Today 21 May 2018
''You bet'' Newsday 20 May 2018
'Sure as shootin'!' USA Today 12 May 2018
'Right answer!' USA Today 04 May 2018
'Indubitably!' New York Times 30 Apr 2018
Affirmative Universal 24 Apr 2018
"Of course!" Family Time 23 Apr 2018
Indeed The Times Concise 22 Apr 2018
'That's correct' The Washington Post Sunday 22 Apr 2018
'For sure!' Wall Street Journal 14 Apr 2018
Formal affirmative Universal 12 Apr 2018
'Of course!' Wall Street Journal 11 Apr 2018
"Certainly!" Universal 10 Apr 2018
With 51-Down, sometimes-sighed line LA Times Daily 30 Mar 2018
With 51-Down, sometimes-sighed line The Washington Post 30 Mar 2018
'That's right' Jonesin 27 Mar 2018
"I'd love to!" USA Today 20 Mar 2018
'Absolutely!' Wall Street Journal 20 Mar 2018
'Certainly!' Thomas Joseph 20 Mar 2018
Of course, it's found in the Hawkeye State Irish Times Crosaire 17 Mar 2018
'You rang?' New York Times 16 Mar 2018
"Fine with me!" USA Today 15 Mar 2018
'That's correct' Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2018
'You bet!' Premier Sunday 11 Mar 2018
'Suh-weet!' New York Times 20 Feb 2018
Certainly The Telegraph Quick 14 Feb 2018
Shortest Magic 8 Ball response New York Times 10 Feb 2018
Why the words finished OK The Sun Two Speed 08 Feb 2018
Aye The Sun Two Speed 08 Feb 2018
'Okay' The Washington Post 05 Feb 2018
"Okay" LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2018
"True dat!" USA Today 30 Jan 2018
Assenting word Universal 30 Jan 2018
Affirmative Canadiana 29 Jan 2018
What "10-4" means Universal 29 Jan 2018
Thumbs-up cry The Washington Post 28 Jan 2018
Thumbs-up cry LA Times Daily 28 Jan 2018
Simple survey answer LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2018
Simple survey answer The Washington Post 24 Jan 2018
''I'd be glad to!'' Newsday 10 Jan 2018
Cry made with a fist pump
"Certainly!"
"For sure!"
Thumbs-up
Last word of "Ulysses"
Not a no
With 51-Down, sometimes-sighed line
Thumbs-up cry
Simple survey answer
"You rang?"
"Suh-weet!"
"Okay"
"Of course"
"Obviously!"
"Of course!"
"Amen!"
"Of course!"
One proposal response
What "10-4" means
Yep, better
Affirmative reply
Victor's shout
Twenty Questions answer
Nod's meaning
"True dat!"
"Sure as shootin'!"
"Right answer!"
"I'd be happy to!"
Assenting word
What "I do" means
Shortest Magic 8 Ball response
"Certainly!"
Formal affirmative
"Suh-weet!"
"Do you like cupcakes?"
"Indubitably!"
"___ we can" (2008 campaign slogan)
"You rang?"
"What is it?"
Affirmative
No alternative
'Amen!' New York Times 28 Dec 2017
Positive response Newsday 27 Dec 2017
''I knew it!'' Newsday 22 Dec 2017
"You called?" USA Today 20 Dec 2017
"Affirmative" Family Time 17 Dec 2017
"Certainly!" LA Times Daily 06 Dec 2017
"Agreed" USA Today 06 Dec 2017
''I agree!'' Newsday 06 Dec 2017
'Certainly!' The Washington Post 06 Dec 2017
Agreeable answer Family Time 27 Nov 2017
Survey choice The Washington Post Sunday 26 Nov 2017
Short answer Wall Street Journal 11 Nov 2017
"I'd be glad to" USA Today 09 Nov 2017
'With pleasure!' New York Times 31 Oct 2017
Triumphant cry New York Times 27 Oct 2017
Word of agreement The Telegraph Quick 23 Oct 2017
'That's it!' Jonesin 17 Oct 2017
'I'd love to!' Wall Street Journal 11 Oct 2017
Encouraging word Newsday 06 Oct 2017
"That works for me" USA Today 06 Oct 2017
Affirmative New York Times 02 Oct 2017
'Got that right!' New York Times 21 Sep 2017
'Certainly!' Premier Sunday 17 Sep 2017
Ouija board word USA Today 16 Sep 2017
Referendum choice USA Today 11 Sep 2017
Positive response Universal 11 Sep 2017
Put to work The Chronicle of Higher Education 08 Sep 2017
With 61-Across, 'Yer darn tootin'!' The Washington Post 01 Sep 2017
With 61-Across, "Yer darn tootin'!" LA Times Daily 01 Sep 2017
''Certainly!'' Newsday 20 Aug 2017
Hoped-for proposal word Universal 05 Aug 2017
'Most decidedly so!' New York Times 02 Aug 2017
Right to invade military establishment The Telegraph Toughie 02 Aug 2017
Aye Canadiana 31 Jul 2017
46-Across in English The Washington Post 23 Jul 2017
46-Across in English LA Times Daily 23 Jul 2017
'You bet!' Thomas Joseph 20 Jul 2017
'That's right' The Washington Post 20 Jul 2017
"That's right" LA Times Daily 20 Jul 2017
Victorious shout Wall Street Journal 19 Jul 2017
Word of assent Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2017
They look to usurp leader, of course The Telegraph Toughie 14 Jul 2017
'Sure thing!' Premier Sunday 09 Jul 2017
"I'm game" USA Today 07 Jul 2017
"Most certainly!" USA Today 28 Jun 2017
Cry with a fist pump LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2017
Cry with a fist pump The Washington Post 27 Jun 2017
"Of course!" USA Today 21 Jun 2017
No denial? The Washington Post 18 Jun 2017
No denial? LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2017
"For sure!" USA Today 09 Jun 2017
Exclamation of elation Newsday 09 Jun 2017
"Correct!" Universal 07 Jun 2017
'Agreed!' Wall Street Journal 06 Jun 2017
Of course half of 12 across is at school Irish Times Crosaire 03 Jun 2017
Last word of 27 Across The Chronicle of Higher Education 26 May 2017
'Assuredly!' Premier Sunday 30 Apr 2017
Fist pumper's cry New York Times 29 Apr 2017
"By all means" Universal 25 Apr 2017
Last word of Joyce's 'Ulysses' The Washington Post 23 Apr 2017
Last word of Joyce's "Ulysses" LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2017
'Roundabout' rock group The Washington Post 22 Apr 2017
"Roundabout" rock group LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2017
''That's right!'' Newsday 19 Apr 2017
One drawn to kids' entertainment? New York Times 13 Apr 2017
'Indubitably' New York Times 09 Apr 2017
"OK" response Universal 03 Apr 2017
Word of approval Universal 18 Mar 2017
'Sure thing' Jonesin 28 Feb 2017
"No doubt" LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2017
'Of course' Premier Sunday 26 Feb 2017
Word of consent Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2017
Word of assent Thomas Joseph 21 Feb 2017
''Just what I was hoping for!'' Newsday 09 Feb 2017
Word on a Ouija board Wall Street Journal 08 Feb 2017
''That's right'' Newsday 08 Feb 2017
Simple survey choice Wall Street Journal 01 Feb 2017
'Damn right!' New York Times 29 Jan 2017
''I do'' Newsday 18 Jan 2017
''That's it'' Newsday 13 Jan 2017
Permission-granting word Universal 08 Jan 2017
'Without a doubt!' The Washington Post 06 Jan 2017
Toady's reply Thomas Joseph 04 Jan 2017
"Agreed"
"Amen!"
"No doubt"
"Certainly!"
"Damn right!"
"Got that right!"
"Indubitably"
"Most decidedly so!"
"No doubt about it"
"With pleasure!"
Affirmative
Fist pumper's cry
Triumphant cry
Word of approval
Positive response
Permission-granting word
Hoped-for proposal word
"OK" response
"Correct!"
"By all means"
"Affirmative"
"I'd be glad to"
"I'm game"
"Most certainly!"
"Of course!"
"That works for me"
Ouija board word
Referendum choice
Band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017
Last word of 27 Across
Sycophant's answer
"Roundabout" rock group
"That's right"
46-Across in English
Cry with a fist pump
Last word of Joyce's "Ulysses"
No denial?
With 61-Across, "Yer darn tootin'!"
Word cried 15 times in a row by Meg Ryan in 'When Harry Met Sally ...' New York Times 22 Dec 2016
Nodder's response Universal 14 Dec 2016
Sycophant's answer USA Today 08 Dec 2016
'Indubitably' Premier Sunday 04 Dec 2016
"Of course" Universal 21 Nov 2016
'Fragile' band The Washington Post 08 Nov 2016
"No question" USA Today 03 Nov 2016
Sycophant's response The Washington Post 02 Nov 2016
'I did it!' New York Times 19 Oct 2016
"Aye, aye!" Universal 14 Oct 2016
"Affirmative" Universal 09 Oct 2016
'Without question!' The Washington Post 08 Oct 2016
Hoped-for proposal reply USA Today 07 Oct 2016
Affirmative answer LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2016
'You are so right!' Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2016
'Okey-doke!' Wall Street Journal 22 Sep 2016
An affirmative The Telegraph Quick 14 Sep 2016
"You rang?" USA Today 05 Sep 2016
Sycophantic reply The Washington Post 04 Sep 2016
'Absolutely!' The Washington Post 01 Sep 2016
'Owner of a Lonely Heart' group The Washington Post 31 Aug 2016
Word of consent Canadiana 29 Aug 2016
'Definitely!' Premier Sunday 28 Aug 2016
''Fine with me!'' Newsday 10 Aug 2016
"Indubitably!" Universal 08 Aug 2016
Not no Family Time 07 Aug 2016
'Sure' Premier Sunday 31 Jul 2016
Not no or maybe Family Time 25 Jul 2016
Agreeable word The Washington Post 25 Jul 2016
"You got it!" LA Times Daily 24 Jul 2016
Sycophantic answer Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2016
'Without a doubt' Wall Street Journal 09 Jul 2016
Band at the forefront of prog rock The Chronicle of Higher Education 08 Jul 2016
''That's it!'' Newsday 07 Jul 2016
Positive response The Telegraph Quick 24 Jun 2016
'You betcha!' The Washington Post 22 Jun 2016
"All right!" Universal 20 Jun 2016
'Success-s-s!' New York Times 19 Jun 2016
'That's right!' The Washington Post 18 Jun 2016
Word of acceptance Universal 11 Jun 2016
Opposite of no Family Time 30 May 2016
"Gladly!" Universal 28 May 2016
"Sounds good" LA Times Daily 12 May 2016
Answer you like to hear Family Time 08 May 2016
'Sure' New York Times 03 May 2016
Word of assent LA Times Daily 03 May 2016
"Roundabout" rockers LA Times Daily 01 May 2016
'Certainly' Premier Sunday 01 May 2016
Thumbs-up LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2016
Certainly priest is not admitted to WW1 battle site The Times Cryptic 07 Apr 2016
Thumbs-up response New York Times 04 Apr 2016
All right Newsday 03 Apr 2016
'Positively!' The Washington Post 25 Mar 2016
'I agree' New York Times 21 Mar 2016
"You bet!" USA Today 14 Mar 2016
Encouraging word The Washington Post 07 Mar 2016
"That's right" USA Today 24 Feb 2016
Start of an engagement? LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2016
"All right!" USA Today 14 Feb 2016
Positive answer Universal 13 Feb 2016
'By all means!' New York Times 09 Feb 2016
Word of affirmation Family Time 01 Feb 2016
Doorbell-answerer's word Universal 22 Jan 2016
''Certainly'' Newsday 20 Jan 2016
Characters concluding Sunday puzzle was okay The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Jan 2016
"It sure is"
"I agree"
"Sounds good"
"You got it!"
Affirmative answer
Word of assent
Band at the forefront of prog rock
"By all means!"
"I did it!"
"Success-s-s!"
Word cried 15 times in a row by Meg Ryan in "When Harry Met Sally ..."
"You've got it"
"All right!"
"Gladly!"
"Indubitably!"
"May I help you?"
Doorbell-answerer's word
Nodder's response
Positive answer
Word of acceptance
Hoped-for proposal reply
"You rang?"
"All right!"
Thumbs-up response USA Today 28 Dec 2015
Answer to a popped question Universal 27 Dec 2015
'You were saying?' The Washington Post 21 Dec 2015
Word of agreement Universal 21 Dec 2015
'Indeed' The Washington Post 18 Dec 2015
"May I help you?" Universal 16 Dec 2015
'Indeed!' Eugene Sheffer 15 Dec 2015
"May I help you?" USA Today 11 Dec 2015
Last word of James Joyce's 'Ulysses' The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Dec 2015
"OK!" Universal 22 Nov 2015
''Let's do this!'' Newsday 20 Nov 2015
Thumbs up New York Times 12 Nov 2015
Word of acceptance USA Today 08 Nov 2015
"Definitely!" USA Today 05 Nov 2015
'Sure!' Eugene Sheffer 03 Nov 2015
"You bet!" LA Times Daily 26 Oct 2015
Triumphant cry Wall Street Journal 17 Oct 2015
Hoped-for reply Universal 15 Oct 2015
Agreeable response Wall Street Journal 13 Oct 2015
'Certainly' Eugene Sheffer 10 Oct 2015
Aye or hai LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2015
Affirmative response Universal 06 Oct 2015
"Positively" USA Today 06 Oct 2015
Jubilant shout Wall Street Journal 02 Oct 2015
"Affirmative" USA Today 01 Oct 2015
Sportscaster's shout Newsday 18 Sep 2015
'Absolutely' Eugene Sheffer 12 Sep 2015
'Gladly!' New York Times 09 Sep 2015
"Absolutely!" USA Today 04 Sep 2015
Shortest answer from a Magic 8 Ball Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2015
Aye The Telegraph Quick 27 Aug 2015
Encouraging word New York Times 12 Aug 2015
"Undoubtedly" USA Today 09 Aug 2015
Yeah, formally USA Today 05 Jul 2015
'Of course!' Eugene Sheffer 27 Jun 2015
Referendum choice Universal 24 Jun 2015
Agreed The Telegraph Quick 21 Jun 2015
"Indeed" Universal 11 Jun 2015
Checkbox answer USA Today 11 Jun 2015
Formal 25-Across Eugene Sheffer 08 Jun 2015
''Sure thing'' Newsday 29 May 2015
Undeniably Eugene Sheffer 22 May 2015
Go-ahead New York Times 07 May 2015
Word of concurrence Universal 25 Apr 2015
One of two definitive responses USA Today 14 Apr 2015
'By all means' Eugene Sheffer 13 Apr 2015
It's 'sim' in São Paulo New York Times 11 Apr 2015
'Undeniably' Eugene Sheffer 10 Apr 2015
Certainly looks at dropping Ecstasy The Times Cryptic 06 Apr 2015
'Indeed' Eugene Sheffer 02 Apr 2015
Affirmative reply USA Today 01 Apr 2015
"Count on it" USA Today 27 Mar 2015
Response from a rubber stamp New York Times 18 Mar 2015
"I do" LA Times Daily 10 Mar 2015
Permissive reply USA Today 06 Mar 2015
With 78-Across, 'Righto!' New York Times 01 Mar 2015
Triumphant cry LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2015
Singular form of 18-Across Family Time 22 Feb 2015
Affirmative reply Canadiana 16 Feb 2015
Certainly The Times Concise 13 Feb 2015
"I'm listening" LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2015
Affirmative Eugene Sheffer 11 Feb 2015
Nod's significance Universal 05 Feb 2015
Beats Randle McMurphy all ends up? That's right The Times Cryptic 22 Jan 2015
"You betcha!" LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2015
Word you love to hear from your parents Family Time 04 Jan 2015
Sportscaster's shout
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
Band Steve Howe made a splash with
"Success!" LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2015
Fist-pumper's cry
"By all means!"
"Indeed"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" group
Last word of James Joyce's "Ulysses"
Reply equivalent to a nod
Victorious shout
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
Thumbs-up
Word on a Ouija board
Triumphant cry
Simple survey choice
Jubilant shout
Agreeable response
Checkbox answer
Last word of James Joyce's "Ulysses"
Triumphant cry
Thumbs-up
Aye or hai
"You betcha!"
"You bet!"
"Success!"
"I'm listening"
"I do"
"Indeedy"
"Absolutely!"
"Affirmative"
"Count on it"
"Indeed"
"OK!"
Affirmative response
Answer to a popped question
Hoped-for reply
Nod's significance
Referendum choice
Word of agreement
Word of concurrence
"Undoubtedly"
Affirmative reply
Thumbs-up response
Permissive reply
One of two definitive responses
Yeah, formally
Word of acceptance
"May I help you?"
"Positively"
"Sure thing"
"May I help you?"
"Let's do this!"
"Absolutely!"
With 78-Across, "Righto!"
Thumbs-up response
Thumbs up
Response from a rubber stamp
It's "sim" in São Paulo
Go-ahead
Encouraging word
"Gladly!"
Shout of success
Hoped-for answer to a certain proposal
"Roundabout" band
"Right!"
Verbal green light
"Of course!"
"Most def"
"For you? Of course!"
"Affirmative!"
"Sounds good to me"
"That's a go"
"Without a doubt!"
Affirmative answer
Agreeable reply
Preferred answer
Proposal reaction, often
Shout of joy
"Certainly!"
Wooer's request
"Absolutely!"
"But of course!"
"Indeed!"
"Indubitably"
"No question!"
"You betcha!"
"You wanted my attention?"
Cry of success
Positive reply
Sycophant's answer
Shout of approval
Ouija board word
"Getting to __" (book on negotiating)
Positive '95 Morphine album?
Morphine's '95 "Honey White" album
Melissa Etheridge album "___ I Am"
Filter "___, I will give it a shot"
With 31-Across, hubby's assent
'You're right'
"You can count on me"
"No question!"
Agreeable reply
Assent word
'It's true'
"Agreed"
"Leave It" band
Cry of success
"Certainly"
"I'm game"
It's an ayeful?
"Mm-hmm?"
Oui or si
Okey-doke
Nod's indication
Positive message
Proposition response, often
Word with "dear" or "sir"
"You bet"
"Of course"
"You bet!"
Victorious shout
Referendum option
Prog band with a Grammy-nominated concert video directed by Steven Soderbergh
"You bet!"
Extremely brief acceptance speech?
"Sure"
"By all means!"
"Sounds good"
"You betcha!"
Sycophant's standard reply
"___ on Prop ..." (campaign sign)
Cry with a fist pump
See 11-Down
"I'd be glad to!"
Word on a Ouija board
__-man
"Sweet!"
"It's a go!"
"Without a doubt!"
Agreeable response
Okay
Word of approval
Willing word
Ouija board word
"You wanted something?"
"Thumbs up!"
"Most certainly"
"Darn tootin'!"
"Absolutely"
"By all means"
"Definitely!"
"I agree"
"I do"
"Oui" or "ja"
"Permission granted"
"Sure!"
"Of course!"
"Sure"
Vote for
What a nod may mean
"Affirmative!"
"That's right!"
"What can I do for you?"
Acceptive response
Affirmative comment
Common response to a marriage proposal
Happy response to a marriage proposal
Happy response to a proposal
It's an ayeful
Kind of man at the office
Start of a reply to Virginia
Verbal nod
"And what do you want?"
"Good answer"
Agreeable response
Brief acceptance speech?
Happy response to a marriage proposal
Hoped-for proposal response
One response to a marriage proposal
Start of a reply to Virginia
"Whatever you say"
Flunky's answer
Okay
"You betcha!"
Cry that may accompany fist-pumping
Word spoken 90 times in Molly Bloom's soliloquy
"It's a go!"
Jon Anderson "Roundabout" band
Fist pumper's word
Affirmative inside 17-, 29-, 43-, and 57-Across
What "aye" means
Band with the 1983 hit "Owner of a Lonely Heart"
Survey choice
Word Meg Ryan repeated over a dozen times in Katz's Delicatessen
What a nod means
"Definitely"
"Certainly"
What lovers might say
"Of course I want to marry you!"
Shout of victory
Proposal response, sometimes
Si or oui
Unambiguous response
What a nod may mean
Ouija board reply
Agreeable answer
A word to Virginia
"Without question!"
"Without a doubt!"
"No doubt!"
"May I help you?"
"Affirmative"
Hoped-for proposal answer
"You rang?"
"You got it"
"Uh-huh"
"That's affirmative!"
"Roundabout" band
"By all means!"
Cry of delight
"You got it"
"Of course!"
"It's a deal!"
Flunky's expected reply
Hoped-for response to "Will you marry me?"
Final word of Joyce's "Ulysses"
Exclamation of affirmation
Ja or da, stateside
Ja or da, stateside
Hoped-for proposal answer
"You got it"
"Uh-huh"
"That's affirmative!"
"All right!"
"Assuredly"
"Definitely!"
"Getting to ___" (best-selling business book)
"I do"
"I'll do it!"
"You called?"
"You wanted something?"
"That's right"
"Indubitably!"
Ouija board answer
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
A word to Virginia
Affirming word
It's an ayeful?
Positive answer
Proposal reaction, sometimes
Victorious shout
Word of assent
"You're calling because ...?"
"You're right!"
"Amen"
"Why not?"
Aye, if you're not on the 66-Across
'Assuredly'
'You bet'
With 114-Down, army affirmative
Owners of lonely hearts?
They'll be the "Roundabout"
Ouija board word
"Agreed!"
"But of course!"
"You bet!"
Approving answer
Briefest acceptance speech?
"It is so"
"Go for it!"
"Affirmative!"
"Absolutely!"
"Signs point to ___" (Magic 8 Ball answer)
"That's what I'm talkin' about!"
"You wanted to see me?"
Green light
Happy cry
Word of affirmation
"By all means!"
Triumphant shout
Ouija board response
"___ We Can" (2008 campaign slogan)
"Sweet!"
"Quite!"
"For sure!"
"I've Seen All Good People" band
Jon Anderson band
Ballot option
Preferred answer, often
Long-lived prog rock band
Ouija-board response
Check-box choice
Word said with a fist pump
Sí or oui
Puzzle finisher's cry
Pleased cry
Hai or oui
Cry of success
Celebratory cry
"To be sure!"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
"It is so"
"Go for it!"
"Affirmative!"
"Absolutely!"
Thumbs-up vote
'Affirmative'
'Correct!'
"Certainly!"
Thumbs-up vote
"Permission granted!"
"I'd love to!"
"I agree!"
"By all means!"
"Be my guest"
"Uh-huh," formally
Acceptance word
Agreeable answer
No alternative?
Survey response
Ouija-board word
'I agree'
'Indubitably!'
'That's right!'
Toady's answer
"Roundabout" group
Word said with a fist pump
Sí or oui
Puzzle finisher's cry
Pleased cry
Hai or oui
Cry of success
Celebratory cry
"To be sure!"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
Magic 8-Ball response
Proposal response, often
Si, oui or ja
Toady's answer
Triumphant shout
Sycophant's word
Proposition response, perhaps
Nodded answer
Last word of Joyce's "Ulysses"
Fist-pumper's cry
"That's an affirmative"
"Permission granted"
"I'd be delighted!"
"And what do you want?"
"Leave It" band
Marv Albert's signature basketball call
Triumphant shout
'You betcha!'
'That's right'
'Right on!'
"10-4"
Triumphant shout
Jubilant cry
Hoped-for answer to "Will you be my Valentine?"
"Sounds good!"
"I'd be delighted!"
"Indubitably!"
"May I help you?"
"Works for me"
"You asked for me?"
Answer that ends a game of Botticelli
Word of the willing
Hoped-for response to "May I?"
One response to a proposal
Word repeated in a classic "When Harry Met Sally ..." scene
Thumbs-up answer
"Just so"
"Sure thing!"
Sure
"Amen!"
__ man
"I'd be delighted!"
"Close to the Edge" band
"Indubitably!"
"May I help you?"
"Of course"
"Works for me"
Affirmative answer
Magic 8-Ball response
"Agreed!"
"Be my guest"
Affirmative
Agreeable word
Happy response to a marriage proposal
Repeatedly, a famous Meg Ryan line
Thumbs up
Triumphant cry
No alternative
Intercom response
Doorbell-answerer's word
Affirmative response
"I do"
"By all means"
"By all means!"
"Most assuredly!"
Ouija option
Intercom response
Happy shout
"You got it!"
"I agree"
"You bet!"
"Without question!"
Check-box word
Ouija-board answer
Shout of satisfaction
Thumbs-up response
Thumbs-up
"Count me in!"
"Let's do it!"
Confirmation word
"Fine with me"
One of two definitive responses
"90125" band
"Signs point to ___" (Magic 8 Ball message)
Brief acceptance speech?
"May I help you?"
"Yeah," formally
"Sounds good to me!"
Referendum choice
Proposal response
Ouija option
Cry of triumph
Approving answer
___-man (sycophant)
"___, Virginia ..."
"Twenty Questions" answer
'What is it?'
Hoped-for proposal response
Confirmation word
Check-box word
Referendum option
Fitting final answer for this puzzle?
"Sure thing!"
Shout of triumph
Hoped-for proposal response
"I did it!"
Word of accord
Proposition vote
OK word?
Toady's word
'Oui' or 'si'
'It's a go'
With 2-Down, a polite response
No alternative?
Ja or da
'Indubitably'
'Indeed!'
Magic 8-Ball answer
Intercom response
"Sure thing!"
"Indeed!"
"Close to the Edge" band
Sandburg's "The People, ___"
Toady's response
Sycophant's reply
"Of course"
Prog band whose lead singer was once a milkman
Approval
Positive response
No alternative
Word from the willing
Triumphant cry
Fist-pumper's cry
Ouija-board response
"Agreed!"
"No question!"
Word on Yoko Ono's 1966 "Ceiling Painting"
Word on Yoko Ono's 1966 "Ceiling Painting"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
Sanction
With 120-Down, spouse's assent
Marv Albert's catchword
Word next to a check box
Sycophant's reply
Referendum choice
"Without a doubt"
"That's a go"
"Right on!"
"Absolutely"
"Okay!"
Affirmative answer
Triumphant shout
"Darn tootin'!"
Ballot option
"Go ahead"
"You bet!"
Thumbs-up
Word of agreement
"Sure thing"
"Sure thing"
"Sure thing!"
Referendum option
Toady's word
"Sure"
Rock band since 1968
Thumbs-up response
Fiancée's first word
"Sure"
Sycophantic reply
Agreement
Agreement
Prog band that turns 40 in 2008
Approval
Positive response
Sanction
One of two definitive proposal responses
Sycophantic reply
Triumphant cry
Twenty Questions answer
"You're correct!"
"Indeed!"
"You had something to say?"
"No question"
"Sí," across the border
"You betcha!"
"It's good!"
Indeed
Sportcaster's shout
Word in four of the answers on a Magic 8 Ball icosahedron
Hoped-for response to a proposal
Sycophant's word
Ouija board word
Willing word
Magic 8 Ball response
Triumphant shout
Hoped-for reply to 111 across
"Without a doubt"
'You rang?'
Permissive reply
With 25-Down, enthusiastic agreement
Twenty Questions answer
Sycophantic reply
No alternative
Fist pumper's cry
Da or ja
Brief acceptance speech?
Verbal nod
Ouija response
Check-box option
"Sure thing!"
"O.K."
"Getting to ___" (best seller about negotiating)
It's an OK word
"___! We Have No Bananas"
"You betcha!"
"I've Seen All Good People" band
Affirmative response
"__! We Have No Bananas": 1920s hit
"Without question!"
"Agreed"
Last word of "Ulysses"
Positive word
Fist pumper's cry
It's an OK word
Encouraging word
Cry of success
"Yer darn tootin"'
"That's affirmative"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" group
"It's a go!"
With 25-Down, enthusiastic agreement
"Why not?"
"Fine with me"
No alternative
Voting booth option on a referendum
Word on a Ouija board
Band whose members included Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, and Howe
"Agreed"
"Without question!"
"__! We Have No Bananas": 1920s hit
"I'd be happy to!"
Affirmative response
Brief acceptance speech?
Da or ja
Meg Ryan's repeated shout in a famous "When Harry Met Sally ..." scene
Last word in "Ulysses"
OK
"Most assuredly"
Affirmative
"All right"
Questionnaire answer
Possible answer
"Indubitably"
Engaging utterance?
Certain definitive response
Da or ja
__-man (flunky)
Sycophant's word
Hoped-for answer to 60-Across
Thumbs up
"Undeniably"
Ouija board answer
Agreeable reply
Cry of triumph
Agreeable response
Twenty questions answer
Hoped-for answer to 60-Across
Sycophant's word
"You rang?"
It's "positively" hidden four times in this puzzle
"That's a go"
"You betcha!"
"Of course"
"May I help you?"
Affirmative answer
"You bet!"
Flunky's answer
Triumphant shout
Cry made with a fist-pump
Thumbs-up
With 1-Across, an agreeable guy
Word before "dear" or "sir"
Shout of joy
Referendum choice
"___! We Have No Bananas"
"Without a doubt"
"That's right!"
"May I help you?"
'Absolutely!'
'Definitely!'
'For sure!'
Response solicited by a salesman
Up, as a vote
Intercom response
Nodding response
Word with "I do"
'Sure!'
'You got it!'
With 84-Down, recruit's response
Agreeable reply
"You rang?"
Word of assent
Answer to Virginia in re: Santa Claus
20 Questions answer
Thumbs-up vote
Okay word?
No negator
Jubilant cheer
Encouraging word
A positive word
"Thumb's up" indicator
"You bet"
Final word of "Ulysses"
Sycophant's response, usually
Sure!
Last word in "Ulysses"
'Sure thing!'
Magic 8 Ball answer
Ouija board answer
Nod's significance
Cry of success
Concurrence
"Indeed"
"I knew it!"
Sycophant's response
Survey choice, perhaps
Da, translated
Da, somewhere
Affirmative reply
Hoped-for response to "Do you love me?"
Direct-mail response sticker
"For sure!"
"I'll do it!"
"That's right"
"Twenty Questions" answer
No's alternative
OK!
Victorious shout
20 Questions answer
Unambiguous response
Unambiguous response
Possible "20 Questions" answer
"Why, certainly!"
Preferred answer
"Twenty Questions" answer
"I'll do it!"
"For sure!"
Sandburg's "The People, __"
"Close to the Edge" band
"Good answer"
"That's a big 10-4!"
"Okey-dokey"
"You betcha!"
Engaging utterance?
"What is it?"
Ballot option
Ouija "response"
"You betcha!"
"Without a doubt"
"Sirree" preceder
"Count me in!"
"Can I help you?"
"I do" preceder
Last word of "Ulysses"
Sycophant's word
"I do!"
'Certainly!'
'You bet!'
With 82 Down, recruit's reply
Flunky's answer
"By all means"
"Without a doubt"
"Absolutely!"
"I've Seen All Good People" band
"No problemo!"
"Roundabout" band
"You bet!"
Band with the hit album "Close to the Edge"
Last word of "Ulysses"
"Count me in!"
With 65 Down, "Indeed!"
Sandburg's "The People, ___"
Happy exclamation
Affirmative response
"Roundabout" band
"You rang?"
Affirmative action?
Referendum choice
Rick Wakeman's band
Sure thing?
Triumphant cry
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
Exclamation of affirmation
Encouraging word
"Indubitably"
Sure thing?
Sycophant's byword
"OK"
"Okay"
"Oui," when we say it
"Right on!"
Encouraging word
"Roundabout" band
"___! And it counts!"
Word of assent
"Count me in!"
Ouija board answer
Toady's response
"Right!"
Conciliatory response
Da!
Thumbs up
"Without a doubt!"
"Right on!"
"All right!"
Oui or sí
Oui, ici
Sycophant's answer
Da, somewhere
Flunky's response
Sandburg's "The People, ___"
Affirmative
Type of man
"Absolutely!"
Thumbs up
Proposal reply, maybe
"All right!"
Okay
It's positive
It's an ok word
Da, here
Sí, aquí
Absolutely!
"I'll drink to that!"
Jon Anderson's band
Conciliatory response
Twenty Questions answer
"You bet!"
Affirming word
Marv Albert cry
Jon Anderson's band
Affirmative response
"You rang?"
"Uh-huh"
Unquestionably
Word of assent
"Yea"
"Close to the Edge" band
"Sure!"
"Indubitably"
"For sure!"
"Definitely!"
Assent
Affirming word
"I did it!"
"Indeed!"
"Undoubtedly"
Agreement
Approval
Word on a Ouija board
Verbal nod
With 45-Across, emphatic assent
"Close to the Edge" band
Ja or da
"Close to the Edge" band
Da, ja, or oui
Positive response
Si
Without a doubt!
What "oui" means
Agreeable word
Agreeable answer
Affirmative vote
"You got that right!"
"You bet!"
Bootlicker's word
Marv Albert catchword
Twenty questions answer
Toady's response
Good answer
"You rang?"
"Why, certainly!"
Sycophant's response
Word of accord
Sycophant's response
Magic 8-Ball answer
"Sounds good to me"
"Of course"
"Absolutely"
Oui or si
"I'll second that"
No negator
Flunky's expected reply
Encouraging word
Direct-mail response sticker
"You got that right!"
"Right!"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
"Count on it"
Positive RSVP-er
Affirmative
Oui or si
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
"Roundabout" group
Sure thing!
Nod of the head
Undeniably
Of course
Absolutely!
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
"Indeed!"
"No doubt of it"
Thumbs-up vote
In Russia, da
Toadys reply
Assent
Positive reply
Unquestionably
With 36-Down, kind of question
Of course
"Be happy to!"
To be sure
"90125" band
"Affirmative!"
"She Didn't Say __" (Kern tune)
Survey choice
33 Down, here
"Twenty Questions" response
Affirmative reply
"Roundabout" band
"To be sure!"
Certainly
OK word?
Ok word?
One of two definitive proposal responses
Favorable reply
Victor's cry
By all means!
Close to the Edge band
Sí!, in Seattle
Marv Albert catchword
Hoped-for response to "Will you marry me?"
Doorbell-answerer's word
"What is it?"
You bet!
Word of approval
Roundabout band
Right!
Cry of triumph
Agreeing word
"Certainly"
Absolutely
Certainly
Word of assent
"You said it!"
Word "positively" hidden four times in this puzzle
Go-ahead
Checkbox answer
Agreeable response
"_____, Virginia, there is a ..."
"Uh huh"
"Sure thing"
"Of course"
Classic negotiating text "Getting to ___"
Marv Albert catchword
Sycophant's reply
Referendum choice
Proposition vote
Proposition option
Proposition choice
When said three times, a 1938 Cole Porter tune
"Naturally!"
"You called?"
Last word of Joyce's "Ulysses"
Positive response
"Sure thing"
"That's a go"
"That's affirmative"
"That's right"
Molly Bloom's last word
Questionnaire answer
Affirmative
Word of agreement
Assenting word
Agreement
Direct-mail sticker
"Undeniably"
"Right"
"Let's do it!"
"Darn tootin;!"
Agreer's answer
"Absolutely!”
Suitor's satisfier
Desired answer, usually
Agreer's word
Nod to some
Affirmative
Assent word
"Affirmative!"
"Certainly!"
"Indeedy!"
"Sure as shootin'!"
"Sure"
"You said it!"
Affirmation
Assent
Yeah, formally
Preferred answer
Affirmative response
Flunky's response
Final word of "Ulysses"
Owner of a Lonely Heart group
Direct-mail response sticker
Hoped-for response to 56-Across
Vote of support
Direct mail sticker
Aye-aye
Wooer's want
"I'll second that"
"Unquestionably!"
"Aye, aye!"
"I'll do it!"
Nodded answer
Proposal response
Hoped-for reply
"Fine with me!"
Answer to popped question
It's an ayeful
Marriage proposal response, hopefully
Marv Albert shout
Sandburg's "The People, ___"
Aye aye sir!
Toady's response
Word of agreement
You got it!
10-4, translated
"What?"
"I'd be happy to!"
Affimative reply
Affirmative!
Certain vote
Favorable reply
Request response
Agreeable word
Cry of victory
Exclamation of affirmation
It's positive
Up, as a vote
"Sure!"
But of course!
Okay word
Oui or s
Owner of a Lonely Heart band
Without a doubt?
Kind of man
Acceptive response
Oui or si
Ivan's da
Absolutely
"Very well"
"It's O.K. with me"
Roger
Davis's "_____ I can"
Marv Alpert's favorite word?
Molly Bloom's last word in "Ulysses"
Marv Albert shout
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" band
Oui or ja
"_____, ma'am"
"Sure!"
Pro response
All right
Favorable vote
O.K.
Of course
"_____! We Have No Bananas"
"Owner of a Lonely Heart" rock band
Sandburg's "_____, the Dead Speak to Us"'
Sir or ma'am preceder
Affirmation
With 2 Down, common alternatives
Da or ja
Molly Bloom's last word
Sandburg's "The People, _____"
Word of assent
Word of consent
_____-man (flunky)
What "she didn't say"
"___, We Have No Bananas"
Truckler's favorite word
Righto!
A referendum vote
Assent
Aye
No antipode
Sycophant's favorite word
Type of man
Moreover
"Certainly!"
Reply leading to marriage
Sandburg's "The People, ___"
Start of a reply to Virginia
Truckler's word
What Mollie Bloom said finally
Confirmation reply
___ man (toady)
Okay!
Permissive word
Kind of man
No alternative
Uh-huh
Affirmative
Nod's meaning
___ man (sycophant)
"___, Giorgio," 1982 film
End of a Sandburg title
Indeed
What Ado Annie could say?
Affirmative vote
Aye
Word to a proposer
Toady's word
"___ Georgio," Pavarotti film
Affirmative reply
It is so
What she didn't say, in Kern's song
Si, oui, ja or da
Okay
Toady's reply
Sandberg's "The People, ___"
Affirmative answer
Reply to Virginia
Sycophant's pet word
"___, my darling daughter"
Agree with
Something she didn't say
Word of encouragement
Something "she didn't say"
Truckler's response
Truckler's automatic response
Part of a reply to Virginia
Oui in Orléans
Ja or da
Sí or oui
Sandberg's "The People, ___"
Word to a "darling daughter"
Proposal response, perhaps
"The People, ___": Sandburg
Truckler's reply
Oui
Certain vote
Welcome word
Pro vote
Word with sirree
"The People, ___"
"___, I Can"
Word of agreement
Go-ahead word
Widely-sought response
___-man
Favorable reply
One kind of man
Questionnaire word
"___, we have no . . . "
See 31 Across
Voter's choice
With 54 Across, Sammy Davis book
Certain reply
"___, I can"
"___, Virginia, there is . . . "
Agreed!
Certainly
No partner
___ man
What is it?
Favorable word
Reply.
I do.
Certain vote.
An answer.
Word of assent.
"I do."
Aye.
Vote for.
One answer.
One kind of man.
Oui or si.
Agreement.
It is so.
Moreover.
Kind of man.
"Is it so?"
Affirmation.
Agree with.
Certainly.
Concession.
That's right.
Uh-huh.
"It is so."
Affirmative.
Assent.
Agreeable word.
Certain answer.
What is more.
Give assent to.
And what is more.
Give assent (to).
Word of consent.
___ man.
Word of affirmation.
"___, my darling daughter."
Polite form of 56 Down.
Word often used as a query.
Agreed.
Term of agreement.
Word used before "but."
"___, My Darling Daughter."
O. K.
Okay.
An answer in "20 Questions.”
The Black Sheep's reply.
Answer to "my darling daughter."
Agreer's word.
Pre-nuptial word.
The welcome word.
Oui.
More than this.
Give assent.
What rhymes with Los Angeles?
Amen.
Truly.
No alternative
"You got it"
"Why ___"
"That's a go"
"Of course!"
"No doubt"
Proper response to "buy you a beer?"
Prog rock band my parents saw on their first date
"Absolutely!"
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