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Word: BOSS

The word BOSS has appeared in at least 308 clues on different crosswords.

BOSS definition(s):

  • a person who exercises control over workers
  • raise in a relief
  • exceptionally good
  • a person responsible for hiring workers
  • a person who exercises control and makes decisions

Clue(s)
"""But the ___ won't seem to let me"" (""9 to 5"" line)"
"""Meet the new ___..."""
"""The ___"" (Springsteen)"
"""The ___,"" Diana Ross hit"
"""The man"""
"""Who's The ___?"""
"""Who's the ___"""
"""Who's the ___?"""
'69 Mustang ___ 302 variant
Act officiously
"Any guard, in Cool Hand Luke"
"Any guard, to Cool Hand Luke"
Awesome
Big cheese
Big cheese at work
Big enchilada
Big guy
Big kahuna
Bruce Springsteen's nickname
"Bruce Springsteen's nickname, with ""The"""
"Bruce Springsteen's nickname, with ""the"""
"Bruce Springsteen, with ""The"""
"Bruce Springsteen, with ""the"""
Bruce Springsteens' nickname
Bruce's nickname
"Bruce, with ""The"""
Chief
Chief.
Commander
Company commander
Company head
"Cool, once"
Corner office occupant
"Corner office occupant, often"
Corner-office occupant
Crime family head
"Danza's ""Who's the ---?"""
Decision maker
Decision-maker
Decorative knob
Designer Hugo
Direct
Direct: Colloq.
Director
Dithers or Tweed
"Dithers, to Bumstead"
Domineer
Employer
Exercise clout with
Fashion's Hugo
Fire man?
Firm cheese
Firm head
First-rate
"First-rate, in slang"
Foreman
Foreman.
Foreman: Colloq.
Give orders
Give orders to
Give orders.
"Guy with the corner office, probably"
"Handle for Springsteen (with ""the"")"
"Handle for Springsteen, with 'the'"
Head
Head for business?
Head honcho
Head man
Head man.
Head of an office
Head of the company
Head of the firm
Higher-up at work
Hire power?
Hirer and firer
Hirer/firer
Hiring and firing one
Hiring-firing type
Hiring/firing type
Honcho
Hugo huge in fashion
Imposing cubicle visitor
"Jack Benny, to Rochester"
Job V.I.P.
"John Gotti, for one"
Kelsey Grammer series
Kind of straw or big
Kingpin
Knob on a shield
Knob on a shield.
Knob or stud
Leader
"Lou Grant, to Mary Richards"
Manage
Manager
Michael Scott or Mr. Slate
"Michael Scott, e.g."
"Michael Scott, for one"
Mickey Cohen was a crime ___
Mob nabob
Mr. Big
"Mr. Dithers, to Dagwood"
"Mr. Slate, to Fred Flintstone"
"Mr. Spacely, to George Jetson"
Nickname for Springsteen
Nickname for Steinbrenner
Office V.I.P.
Office VIP.
Office bigwig
Office bigwig.
Office honcho
Office manager
Office personage
Old Starz show starring Kelsey Grammer
One calling the shots
One giving orders
One in authority
One in charge
One reported to
One seeking results
One who's in charge
One with at least one below?
One with fire power?
One you answer to
Order
Order (around)
Order (around) [SEE NOTE ABOVE]
Order about
Order around
Order giver
Orders giver
Ornament
Oversee
Overseer
Padrone
Party honcho
Party man
Paycheck signer
"Paycheck signer, typically"
Person calling the shots
Person in charge
Person in charge at work
"Person in the corner office, often"
Person telling you what to do
Person with the biggest office
"Person with the biggest office, probably"
Phat
Political V.I.P.
Political controller
Political or straw
Projecting knob.
Push (around)
Rad
Raised ornamentation
"Robert California, on ""The Office,"" e.g."
Run the show
Ship officers
Shots caller
"Spacely, to Jetson"
Spingsteen moniker
Springsteen sobriquet
Springsteen's moniker
Springsteen's nickname
"Springsteen's nickname (with ""the"")"
"Springsteen's nickname, with ""the"""
Springsteen's sobriquet
"Springsteen, to fans"
Staff head
Steinbrenner or Springsteen
Straw ___
"Super, slangily"
Superior
Superior at work
Supervise
Supervisor
Tammany's Tweed
Taskmaster
"Terrific, in slang"
"The ""old man"""
The ___ (Springsteen)
Top banana
Top banana at the office
Top dog
Top dog at work
Top exec
Top honcho
Top man
Top suit
Tweed
Tweed for one
Tweed was one
Tweed's designation
"Tweed, e.g."
"Tweed, for one"
"Tweed, for one."
Type of Mustang
William M. Tweed moniker
Word following straw or trail
"Word with ""straw"" or ""trail"""
Word with straw or big
Work over?
Worker's supervisor
Workplace honcho
Workplace power wielder
You answer to him or her
___ Hogg
___ Tweed
___ Tweed (corrupt politician about whom The New York Times published a series of expos
Honcho
Order (around)
Worker’s supervisor
Employer
Leader
Chief sobs uncontrollably
Chief
Manager sobs uncontrollably
Order
Office VIP
Chief
Manager sobs wildly
Cry over last arguments with bully
Dithers, to Bumstead
Manager
Liverpool's excellent manager
Supervisor
Supervisor
Leader
Chief sobs uncontrollably
Head honcho
Employer
Manager
Chief
Leader sobs uncontrollably
Company leader
Overseer
Cry over last arguments with bully
Employer
Overseer
Chief sobs uncontrollably
Leader
Office head
Head honcho
Foreman
Foreman
Hirer and firer
Higher-up
Employer
Employer
Big enchilada
Person in charge at work
Supervisor
Employer
One giving all-round strength in leadership?
Employer
The one in charge
Supervisor
Chief
Leader sobs uncontrollably
Business bigwig
Office bigwig
Employer
One signing the checks
Some of the local stick for the one in charge
Manager
Hirer, to a hiree
Big cheese
Supervisor
Director
Leader
Chief sobs uncontrollably
Employer
Office bigwig
Supervisor
Interviewer, often
Company head
Office leader
Leader
Chief sobs wildly
Order (around)
Employer
Stud
Cool, colloquially
Head bone bandaged by doctor
Leader
Stud
Foreman
Employer
Person in charge
Office bigwig
Stud
Leader
Chief sobs uncontrollably
Employer
Stud
Head of the firm
Honcho
Leader
Chief sobs uncontrollably
Honcho
Person in charge
Employer
Foreman
National security organisation in South Africa from 1969-80
Leader
Chief sobs wildly
Stud
Person in charge
An outstanding leader

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