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We found 21 possible solutions in our database matching the query Toll

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"Toll" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Penny Dell - Medium July 21 2019 PEAL
Wall Street Journal July 11 2019 KNELL
Evening Standard - Quick May 8 2019 PEAL
Penny Dell - Hard January 30 2019 RING
NZ Herald January 20 2019 FEE
Penny Dell - Hard January 16 2019 PEAL
Metro January 14 2019 FEE
Evening Standard - Quick November 30 2018 KNELL
Evening Standard - Quick September 7 2018 KNELL
Evening Standard - Quick July 23 2018 PEAL
New York Times June 21 2018 FEE
Evening Standard - Quick June 1 2018 PEAL
Metro March 20 2018 FEE
NZ Herald February 22 2018 FEE
Evening Standard - Quick December 21 2017 KNELL
Mirror - Classic November 23 2017 CHIME
Metro August 21 2017 FEE
Thomas Joseph July 29 2017 KNELL
NZ Herald March 30 2017 FEE
New York Times March 26 2017 PEAL

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New York Times Clues March 26, 2017

'Hmm ... probably not'
'Idaho cakes,' in diner lingo
'Rabbit Is Rich' Pulitzer winner
'Revelations' choreographer
'The Wealth of Nations' subj
'Who ___ you?'
1953 hit film set in Wyoming
1970s TV cartoon series, with 'The'
1973 #1 hit for Jim Croce
Actor Reeves
Actress Peet
Animal with striped legs
B-side of Bruce Springsteen's 'Dancing in the Dark'
Bandleader Eubanks, familiarly
Big airport inits
Big name in ice cream
Big, husky sorts
Biggest employer in Moline, Ill
Bona fide
Bowls over
Bridge position
Buick model
Burned rubber
Cabbage variety
Cameo, for one
Captain of the Pequod
City with a University of Texas campus
Civil rights icon John
Comic's asset
Control groups
Costume worn by Michelle Pfeiffer in 'Batman Returns'
Degree in math?
Delta hub, in brief
Difficult conditions for sailing
Director Kurosawa
Dystopian film of 1971
Easy-to-peel fruit
Epstein-___ virus
European language
False start?
Feudal lords
Figure skating jump
Filmer in a stadium
First and last word of the Musketeers' motto
Former Big Apple mayor Giuliani
French for 'sword'
Fruit tree
Gaggle : geese :: ___ : emus
German article
Get ready for a long drive
GPS, e.g., in military lingo
Harem servants, often
Hathaway of 'The Intern'
Hearty soups
Hit pay dirt
Howard of Hollywood
I.M. chuckle
Image on the back of a dollar bill
Indian city whose name is an anagram of some Indian music
Interstate hauler
It may carry a virus
It might give you a shock
It's a wrap
It's between the Study and Lounge on a Clue board
Its state song is 'Yankee Doodle': Abbr
James of NBC's 'The Blacklist'
Jolly Roger, in 'Peter Pan'
Juice brand whose middle letter is represented as a heart
Letter header
Lindsay of 'Freaky Friday'
Little Rascals' ring-eyed pooch
Lyre-plucking Muse
Martial arts move
Martin Van Buren was the first president who wasn't one
Matches, at a table
Mauna ___
Medicinal plant
Military decorations featuring George Washington's profile
Missile Command maker
Monastery head's jurisdiction
Movie review revelations
Noodle dish
One of the geeks on 'The Big Bang Theory'
One side in golf's Ryder Cup
Onetime acquisition of G.E
Opera highlight
Org. that usually meets in evenings
P.D. dispatch
Parisian palace
Pennsylvania's 'Gem City'
Philosopher who wrote 'To be sane in a world of madmen is in itself madness'
Planter's aid
Point out
Possible subject of a French scandal
Pour, as wine
Practice mixology
Pull (in)
Pull out
Rank between viscount and marquess
Retriever's retrieval, maybe
Rice-Eccles Stadium player
Rihanna album featuring 'Work'
Rushes on banks?
Shade of gray
Shelley's 'To the Moon,' e.g
Shipping coolant
Shoulder muscle
Sign of decay
Slapstick sidekick of old comedy
Song of mourning
South American prairie
Stammered syllables
Target protector, perhaps
Téa of 'Madam Secretary'
Title creature in a 1958 #1 Sheb Wooley hit
Vitamix competitor
What may be brewing
Wild Turkey and Jim Beam
Word both before and after 'to'
Words of defiance
World capital whose seal depicts St. Hallvard
Wrestler's wear
Zen master's query
___ Bowl
___ milk

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