Roger , Second Longest Serving Chief Justice Of The Supreme Court Crossword Clue

The crossword clue Roger ___, second-longest-serving chief justice of the Supreme Court with 5 letters was last seen on the September 24, 2020. We think the likely answer to this clue is TANEY. Below are all possible answers to this clue ordered by its rank. You can easily improve your search by specifying the number of letters in the answer.
Rank Word Clue
94% TANEY Roger ___, second-longest-serving chief justice of the Supreme Court
6% ELENA Kagan of the Supreme Court
6% ROBED Dressed like a Supreme Court justice
6% OCONNOR First female Supreme Court justice
6% ALITO Supreme Court justice since 2006
6% SCALIA Longest-serving current Supreme Court justice
6% WILLIAMODOUGLAS Longest-serving justice in Supreme Court history
5% JUSTICE Supreme Court figure
5% JOHNJAY *First Supreme Court chief justice
5% STEVENS Supreme Court justice
5% EARL Supreme Court chief justice Warren
5% TAFT 1920s Supreme Court chief justice
5% HARLAN Supreme Court justice
5% FORTAS Supreme Court Justice.
5% BLACK Supreme Court Justice.
5% EARLWARREN Supreme Court justice.
5% RUTLEDGE Supreme Court justice.
5% BURTON Supreme Court justice.
5% JACKSON Supreme Court justice.
5% MURPHY Supreme Court Justice.
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