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Word: AGATE

The word AGATE has appeared in at least 263 clues on different crosswords.

AGATE definition(s):

  • an impure form of quartz consisting of banded chalcedony; used as a gemstone and for making mortars and pestles
  • On the way; agoing; as, to be agate; to set the bells agate.
  • A semipellucid, uncrystallized variety of quartz, presenting various tints in the same specimen. Its colors are delicately arranged in stripes or bands, or blended in clouds.
  • A kind of type, larger than pearl and smaller than nonpareil; in England called ruby.
  • A diminutive person; so called in allusion to the small figures cut in agate for rings and seals.

Clue(s)
"""No bigger than an ___-stone... "": Shak."
"""Our Gang"" prop, sometimes"
"5 1/2 points, to a typesetter"
5 1/2- point type
5 1/2-point
5 1/2-point type
5-1/2 point type
5.5-point type
5
5
5
A May birthstone
A fine playing marble
A marble
A portal made of marble
A variegated chalcedony
About 5 1/2 points
An aggie marble is made of this
Ancient May birthstone
Bagmate for a steelie
Banded chalcedony
Banded gem
Banded gemstone
Banded marble
Banded mineral
Banded quartz
Banded stone
Bookbinder's burnisher.
"Box score print size, perhaps"
Boy's marble.
Brightly colored rock
Brightly colored silica
Brooch stone
Cat's-eye alternative
Cat's-eye cousin
Certain chalcedony
Certain marble
Chalcedony
Chalcedony component
Chalcedony marble
Chalcedony sort
Chalcedony variety
Chalcedony.
Character size
Child's marble
Child's plaything
Clear playing marble
Colored marble
Colorful chalcedony
Colorful marble
Colorful mineral
Colorful ornamental stone
Colorful quartz
Colorful quartz in many marbles
Colorful rock
Colorful stone
Colorful variety of chalcedony
Cousin of a cat's-eye
Fancy marble
"Ferrell's ""Anchorman"" co-anchor"
Fine print type
"Fine print, maybe"
"Fine print, perhaps"
Fine-grained chalcedony
Fine-print type
Form of chalcedony
Form of quartz
Geode material
"Geode rock, often"
Geode stone
Glass marble
Hard rock
Hard semiprecious stone
Intaglio material
It can be polished
It has just a few points
It has rock bands
It may be used in a game of miggles
It's about half the size of pica type
It's full of rock bands
It's smaller than elite
June birthstone
Kind of cat's-eye
Kind of marble
Kind of quartz
Kind of rock
Kind of type
Kitchen pot finish.
Makeup of some mortars and pestles
Makeup of some shooters
Marble
Marble made of chalcedony
Marble material
Marble or type
Marble type
Marble variety
Marble.
Marbled stone
Marbles may be made from it
Material for mortars and pestles
Material for some mortars and pestles
"May birthstone, once"
Mineral found in geodes
Mocha stone
Moppet's marble
Mortar and pestle material
Moss ___ (Mocha stone)
Multicolored marble
Nebraska's ___ Fossil Beds
Onyx relative
Ornamental quartz
Ornamental rock
Ornamental stone
Playground marble
Playground shooter
Playing marble
Playing marble with bands
Playing marble.
Precious stone
Print type between pearl and nonpareil
Printing type.
Prize shooting marble
Prized marble
Quartz
Quartz from volcanic rock
Quartz marble
Quartz playing marble
Quartz used in marbles
Quartz variety
Quartz.
Relative of onyx
Rock composed of quartz
Rock used to make marbles
Rock with bands
Semiprecious gem
Semiprecious gemstone
Semiprecious stone
Semiprecious stone.
Shade of gray.
Shooter
Shooter marble
Shooter's target
Shooting marble
Showy marble
Size between pearl and nonpareil
Size of type
Size of type.
Small font size
Small print
Small type
Small type size
Small type.
Steelie alternative
Steelie bagmate
Steely bagmate
Stone
Stone used in marbles
Stone with clouded coloring
"Stone with curved, colored bands"
Stone.
Striped chalcedony
Striped gem
Striped gemstone
Striped marble
Striped quartz
Striped semiprecious stone
Striped stone
Stripey marble
Swirly marble
Talismanic stone
Target for some Lake Superior hunters
The small type
This type has just a few points
Tiny font
Tiny type
Tiny type size
Type
Type face
Type of kitchenware.
Type of marble
Type of marble.
Type of quartz
Type of shooter
Type of type
Type of type.
Type size
Type size for fine print
Type size or playing marble
"Type size, or playing marble"
Type size.
Type type
Variegated chalcedony
Variegated quartz
Variety of quartz
Variety of quartz.
Variety of stone.
"What sports statistics, financial tables and classified line ads are set in"
___ line (measure of ad space)
___ line (measure of classified ad space)
Striped stone
5 1/2-point type
Striped quartz
Banded rock
Striped stone
Banded rock
Banded quartz
Playing marble
Marble type
Banded mineral
A portal of rock
Gemstone
A portal of stone
Marble variety
5 1/2-point type size
5 1/2-point type size
Marble with a swirl pattern
Type of shooting marble
Banded quartz
Fancy marble
Quartz with bands of colour, used in jewellery
Quartz variety
Banded stone
Thomas William —, English agriculturist associated with the Holkham estate in Norfolk (4)
See 1
Gemstone
Quartz variety
James —, British theatre critic who authored nine-volume diary Ego
Quartz type
Shooting marble
Type of type
Striped quartz
Marble resembling a gemstone
James —, British theatre critic who authored nine-volume diary Ego
Impure form of quartz
Banded gem
A portal of stone
Striped rock
Banded stone
Type type
Colorful quartz
Banded rock
Stone used for some pendants
Colorful marble
Banded quartz
Marble resembling a gemstone
Striped chalcedony
Marble with a swirl pattern
Gemstone
Marble type
An entrance of stone
Banded mineral
A portal of stone
Gemstone
Impure form of quartz used in making pestles and mortars
A jar right off for semiprecious stone
James —, British theatre critic who authored nine-volume diary Ego
Mineral ground into marbles
Gemstone
A portal of stone
Marble made from stone
Colorful quartz
Cat's-eye kin
Bodies in ground alongside a stone

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