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Word: MORSE

The word MORSE has appeared in at least 176 clues on different crosswords.

MORSE definition(s):

  • a telegraph code in which letters and numbers are represented by strings of dots and dashes (short and long signals)
  • United States portrait painter who patented the telegraph and developed the Morse code (1791-1872)
  • The walrus. See Walrus.
  • A clasp for fastening garments in front.

Clue(s)
"""Dit dah"" code"
"""How to Succeed... "" actor"
"""Tru"" Tony winner"
"""Tru"" Tony winner Robert"
"""Tru"" Tony-winner Robert"
"""Tru"" star"
"""Tru"" star Robert"
"""Waiting"" is a palindrome in it"
"""What hath God wrought!"" sender"
"""What hath God wrought"" sender"
"""What hath God wrought?"" sender"
-- --- .-.... .
./- code
1940s vocalist Ella Mae ___
1962 and 1990 Tony winner Robert
19th century inventor.
26 Type of code
40's jazz-style singer Ella Mae
An anagram for mores
"Barry of ""The Fugitive"""
Barry or Robert of film fame
"Barry who played Lt. Gerard on TV's ""The Fugitive"""
Big name in communications history
Big name in dashing?
Capote portrayer
Capote portrayer on Broadway
Chief inspector of mysteries
Code creator
Code developer
Code deviser
Code first used in 1844.
Code inventor
Code maker with a dotty history?
Code man
Code maven
Code name
Code name.
Code name?
Code where T is -
Code with lots of dots
Code word?
Colin Dexter's crossword-solving inspector
Colin Dexter's inspector
Common code
Crossword-solving detective on PBS
Dash man?
Dashing fellow
Dashing fellow?
Dashing inventor?
Detective of British TV
Dit-dah man
Dits and dahs
Dotty inventor?
"Dotty, dashing fellow?"
Eponymous code inventor
Famed name in Oregon
Famous code developer
First dot-commer?
First telegrapher
"He sent ""what hath God wrought"""
"His message: ""What hath God wrought!"""
Inspector of crime fiction
Inspector on the telly
Inspector played by John Thaw
International code man
Inventor Samuel
Inventor after whom a Yale residential college is named
Inventor and artist
Inventor who inspired this puzzle
Inventor whose name is spelled out by the horizontal lines of special characters in this puzzle
Inventor/artist
"Jarod ___: ""The Pretender"""
Key developer of communications
Kind of alphabet
Kind of code
Kind of signals
Lewis's mystery-solving partner
Man from Eugene.
Man with a code
Man with a code in his head?
Mass. inventor
Name in telegraphy
Noted code developer
Oregon VIP.
Oregon name.
Oxford detective
"PBS ""Mystery"" detective"
Radiotelegraphy code
Radiotelegraphy code inventor
Robert of Broadway
Robert or Samuel
Robert who won Tonys in 1962 and 1990
"Robert who won a Tony for ""How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"""
"Robert, of stage and screen"
"S.F.B., the inventor"
Samuel F.B. ___
Samuel Finley Breese
Samuel Finley Breese ___.
Samuel Finley Breese's last name
Samuel Finley Breese.
"Samuel ___, U.S. artist"
Samuel with a code
Samuel with a telegraph code
Senator from Eugene.
Sleuth played John Thaw
"Star of Broadway's ""Sugar,"" 1972"
"Subject of the book ""The American Leonardo"""
TV's Inspector ___ drove Jaguar Mark II
Telegraph code
Telegraph developer
Telegraph developer Samuel
Telegraph inventor
Telegraph inventor Samuel
Telegraph patent-holder
Telegraph pioneer
Telegrapher's ___ code
Telegraphic code inventor
Telegraphic code.
Telegraphy pioneer
The common code.
"Three dashes signify an O, in this code"
"Tony winner for ""Tru"""
Tony winner for 'Tru'
Tony-winning actor of 1962 and 1990
Type of code
U.S. artist and telegraphy pioneer
U.S. artist-inventor
Walrus
Way of talking by tapping
Wayne Lyman ___
Wayne or Samuel
Wire man?
___ code
___ code (communication system)
___ code (telegrapher's tapping)
Telegraph pioneer
Man with a code
Telegraph inventor
Inventor of a "code"
____ code
Code with dots and dashes
Telegraphic code co-developer
Inventor/artist
Telegraph inventor
Code
Bob of home improvement
Code name of Frenchman taking head off Arabian
Famous communication "code"
Code name?
Telegraph pioneer
Code
Barry —, actor who played Lt Philip Gerard in 1960s US television series The Fugitive
Painter-turned-inventor
American artist/inventor
____ code
Eponymous code creator
Telegraphy pioneer
?
Telegraph inventor
"What hath God wrought?" sender
Type of code
TV detective's code
____ code
Telegraph inventor
Type of code
TV detective's code
Telegraphy pioneer
Telegraph pioneer
Inventor with a Central Park statue since 1871
Telegraphy pioneer
Telegraph pioneer
Samuel —, US inventor and painter whose works include The Chapel of the Virgin at Subiaco
''Code'' name
Portraitist/inventor
____ code
Old code pioneer

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