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Word: ONE

The word ONE has appeared in at least 3275 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
!0 in C
""" A Chorus Line"" song"
"""... ___ nation under God"""
"""... ___ nation under God..."""
"""... ___ nation, under God... """
"""... the two shall be as ___"": ""The Wedding Song"""
"""... there remained not ___"" (Ex. 8:31)"
"""... there remained not ___."" (Ex. 8:31)"
"""... there remained not ___."" (Exod. 8:31)"
"""... when you're having more than ___"""
"""... when you're having more than ___"" (old Schaefer jingle)"
"""...___ hand clapping?"""
"""A Chorus Line"" closer"
"""A Chorus Line"" finale"
"""A Chorus Line"" finisher"
"""A Chorus Line"" hit"
"""A Chorus Line"" hit song"
"""A Chorus Line"" number"
"""A Chorus Line"" number?"
"""A Chorus Line"" production number"
"""A Chorus Line"" show-stopper"
"""A Chorus Line"" showstopper"
"""A Chorus Line"" song"
"""A Chorus Line"" standard"
"""A Chorus Line"" tune"
"""A Majority of ___."""
"""A chorus Line"" tune"
"""Achtung Baby"" song"
"""Act ___."""
"""Air Force ___"" (1997)"
"""All for ___ and..."""
"""All for ___"""
"""All for ___,..."""
"""All for ___..."""
"""And I, for ___, welcome our new insect overlords"""
"""And all went to be taxed, every ___ into his own city"" (L"
"""And the whole earth was of ___ language"" (Genesis 11:1)"
"""Behold, the man is become as ___ of us"" (Ge 3:22)"
"""Beloved , let us love ___ another: for love is of God"""
"""Blastoff!"" preceder"
"""Blastoff"" preceder"
"""Blastoff"" precursor"
"""By the time I count to three"" follower"
"""C'etait Toi"" (""You Were the ___"") (""Glass Houses"" tune)"
"""Can I have ___?"""
"""Check to the ___"" (draw expression)*"
"""Check to the ___"" (lowball remark)*"
"""Chorus Line"" finale"
"""Did I disappoint you?"" U2 song"
"""First of all..."""
"""First off..."""
"""First..."""
"""For No ___"" (Beatles song)"
"""God bless us, every ___!"""
"""God bless us, every ___!"": Tiny Tim"
"""Good ___!"""
"""Here Come the Warm Jets"" rocker"
"""Hickory Dickory Dock"" time"
"""I Was the ___,"" Presley hit"
"""I am the voice of ___ crying in the wilderness"" (John 1:2"
"""Imagine""'s last word"
"""Is it getting better?"" U2 song"
"""It Happened ___ Night"" (1934 film)"
"""Just ___ of the Guys"" (1985)"
"""Just the ___"""
"""Let the Right ___ In"""
"""Liftoff"" preceder"
"""Light air,"" on the Beaufort scale"
"""Magnolia"" soundtrack song"
"""Make it ___ for my baby..."""
"""Me Talk Pretty ___ Day"" (David Sedaris book)"
"""Murder ___,"" Lipsky novel"
"""My ___ and Only"""
"""Night stand"" start"
"""OK, first of all"""
"""OK, first of all..."""
"""Out of many, --"""
"""Out of many, ___"""
"""Out of many, ___"" (e pluribus unum)"
"""Paris ___,"" book by James Brady"
"""Pick a number from ___..."""
"""Send ___ Your Love"" (Stevie Wonder song)"
"""Snake eye"""
"""Story of My Life"" band ___ Direction"
"""Strike ___!"""
"""Strike ___"" (ump's call)"
"""Studio ___"" of TV fame"
"""Take ___"""
"""Takes ___ to know..."""
"""That ___"""
"""That's ___ for the books!"""
"""That's ___ small step... """
"""The Holy ___ of God"" (Mark 1:24)"
"""The Loved___"": E. Waugh opus"
"""The loneliest number"""
"""The loneliest number,"" in a 1969 hit"
"""The loneliest number,"" in a Three Dog Night song"
"""The loneliest number,"" in a song"
"""There is none righteous, no, not ___"" (Romans 3:10)"
"""There's ___ in every crowd"""
"""There's only ___,"" Jeep ad slogan"
"""These all continued with ___ accord in prayer"" (Acts 1:14"
"""This round's ___"""
"""Thou believest that there is ___ God"" (James 2:19)"
"""Three Dog Night"" classic"
"""We're number ___!"""
"""When it's ___ need, in the night"" (U2)"
"""Wonderful ___,"" 1922 song"
"""Wonderful ___,"" old song"
"""You da ___"" (2011 Rihanna number)"
"""You're Still The ___"": Twain"
"""You're Still the ___"" (1998 Grammy winner)"
"""You're ___ to talk"""
"""You're the ___ That I Want"": ""Grease"" song"
"""You're the ___!"""
"""You're the ___"""
"""___ Alone"" from ""The Desert Song"""
"""___ Alone"": Romberg"
"""___ Bad Apple"" (Osmonds hit)"
"""___ China"" policy"
"""___ Crazy Summer"" (1986)"
"""___ Crazy Summer"" (Cusack/Moore rom-com)"
"""___ Day at a Time"" (Bonnie Franklin sitcom)"
"""___ Day at a Time"" (classic TV show)"
"""___ Fine Day"""
"""___ Fine Day"" (1963 Chiffons hit)"
"""___ Fine Day"" (1996 Pfeiffer/Clooney film)"
"""___ Fine Day"" (1996 film)"
"""___ Fine Day"" (Clooney film)"
"""___ Fine Day"": 1963 hit"
"""___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"""
"""___ Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest"" (Ken Kesey novel)"
"""___ Kiss,"" Romberg song"
"""___ Less Bell to Answer"""
"""___ Less Bell to Answer"" (The 5th Dimension hit)"
"""___ Life to Live"""
"""___ Man's Meat."""
"""___ Mo' Time"""
"""___ Night at McCool's"" (2001)"
"""___ O'Clock Jump,"" 1938 song"
"""___ Song"" (song sung by Snow White)"
"""___ Touch of Venus"""
"""___ Touch of Venus"" (Mary Martin musical)"
"""___ True Thing"" (1998)"
"""___ Week"" (1998 Barenaked Ladies hit)"
"""___ World."""
"""___ a penny, two... """
"""___ and inseparable"" (Webster)"
"""___ for My Baby,"" 1943 song"
"""___ for My Baby..."""
"""___ for the money"""
"""___ for the money, two for..."""
"""___ for the money... """
"""___ for the money..."""
"""___ good turn... """
"""___ good turn..."""
"""___ if by land"" (part of Revere's signal)"
"""___ if by land, and... """
"""___ if by land... """
"""___ if by land..."""
"""___ is the loneliest number..."""
"""___ minute"" (""hold on"")"
"""___ moment"""
"""___ moment, please"""
"""___ more time!"""
"""___ nation indivisible..."""
"""___ nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all"""
"""___ nation under God... """
"""___ nation, under God... """
"""___ nation, under God..."""
"""___ nation... """
"""___ of these days, Alice..."""
"""___ of these days..."""
"""___ singular sensation..."""
"""___ size fits all"""
"""___ swallow does not make a summer"""
"""___, singular sensation..."""
"""___, two, buckle my... """
"""___-Eyed Jacks,"" 1961 film"
"""___-Trick Pony"" (Paul Simon film)"
"""___-Trick Pony"" (Paul Simon song)"
"""___-and-Twenty"": Johnson"
'-- Bad Apple ('71 song)'
'-- Fine Day ('63 tune)'
'-- Good Cop ('91 film)'
'91 U2 hit
'92 U2 smash
'A Chorus Line' song
'All for ___... '
'Johnny -- Note' ('37 song)
'The Loved ___' (Evelyn Waugh novel)
'Wild ___' ('60 hit)
'___ Arm' (Tennessee Williams story)
'___ for the money...'
"'___ more time"""
'___ to a customer'
'___Meat Ball'
(5 x 3) - (7 x 2) = ?
*As a package
-
--
-- -night stand
... of a 1968 Jefferson stamp
10% of a sawbuck
103 Any ender
12 months old
1300 hours
"1300 hours, to a civilian"
"1300, to civilians"
"1961 Ray Charles hit ""___ Mint Julep"""
1969 Three Dog Night hit
1989 Bee Gees album originally intended to include Andy as a permanent member of the group
"1992 Elton John hit, with ""The"""
1992 U2 hit
1992 U2 song
1992 U2 top 10 hit
20 percent of a fin
20% of a fin
20/20
2000 Beatles album or its peak chart position
2000 Beatles compilation album
21st word of the Pledge of Allegiance
50/50
60 minutes past 12
800 preceder
"873,254 self-divided"
<I>Chorus Line<I> finale
A
"A ""Hickory Dickory Dock"" time"
A Chorus Line finale
A Chorus Line hit
A Chorus Line number
A Chorus Line song
A Chorus Line tune
A Formula
A bill in the till
A body
A certain
A certain ___.
A certain person.
A certain.
A digit
A follower
A googol divided by a googol
A million to ___ odds
A minute after 12:59
A person
A person generally
A quarter of four
A quarter of four?
A run
A single
A single entity
A single.
A sole
A third of 100?
A third of 111?
A thousandth of a grand
A wee hour
About out of gas
Absolute value of i squared
Ace
"Ace value, sometimes"
"Ace's value, at times"
"Ace, at times"
"Ace, on a golf scorecard"
"Ace, sometimes"
Acting as a group
Admit ___
"After 12, timewise"
After noon.
After twelve fifty-nine
Afternoon hour
Air Force ___
Air Force ___ (U.S. president's plane)
Air Force follower
All and ___
All for ___
All for ___ and...
All's companion
All's partner.
All-in- ___
Almost nothing
"Alternative to I, you, he or she"
Alternative to another?
America's country code
"Amount won, so to speak"
An example
An hour after noon
Another preceder?
Any digit self-divided
Any individual.
Any nonzero number divided by itself
Any nonzero number raised to the zeroth power
Any nonzero number times its reciprocal
Any number divided by itself
Any number self-divided
Any number to the zeroth power
Any person
Any positive integer to the zeroth power
Anybody
Anybody at all
Anybody.
Area code lead-in
Area code preceder
Area-code preceder
"Arlen's ""___ for My Baby"""
At ___ (agreed)
At ___; together
Atomic number of hydrogen
BBC ___
Back to square ___
Back to square___
Bad rating
Bank or Air Force follower
Barely any
"Barenaked Ladies' ""___ Week"""
Beatles collection
Beatles compilation
Beatles' compilation
"Before ""blast off"""
"Beginning ""square"""
Beginning of all New York ZIP codes
Beginning of most New York ZIP codes
Best seller's number
Best-selling number?
Bestseller's number
Bestselling number?
Better than none
Between zero and two
"Big number from ""A Chorus Line"""
Big word on a buck
Biggest word on a buck
Bill
Bill below five
Bill featuring Washington
Bill in a till
"Bill in a till, perhaps"
Bill in a tip jar
Bill in the till
"Bill in the till, perhaps"
"Bill most likely to be stamped ""I Grew Hemp"""
Bill often passed
Bill often passed?
Bill passed regularly
Bill that might be broken for video games
Bill that wasn't redesigned
Bill that's often passed
Bill that's quite easy to change
Bill with a pyramid
Bill with a pyramid on the back
Billboard's apex
Billfold bill
Billfold item
Billy Martin's retired Yankees number
Billy Martin's retired number
Billy Martin's uniform number
"Billy Martin, for the Yankees"
Binary code digit
Binary code number
Binary digit
Binary system element
Bit of binary code
Bit of bread
Bit of dough?
Blast-off preceder
Blastoff preceder?
Blended together
"Bob Marley ""___ Love"""
"Bob Marley's ""___ Love"""
Bonded
Bono's NGO
Bottom of a scale
Bottom of some scales
Box office request
"Brady's ""Paris ___"": 1976"
"Brando's ""The Wild ___"""
Buck
Buck Rogers' robot
Busta Rhymes tune
CBC Radio ___
Calorie count of some diet drinks
"Canadian ""loonie"" denomination"
Canadian Loonie's denomination
"Canadian loonie coin, e.g."
Capital ___
Capital ___ (credit card company)
Capital ___ Bank
Cardinal number
"Cather's ""___ of Ours"""
Cellular ___
Certain majority
Champ's number
Champion's number
Change machine insert
Change-machine insert
Chart position reached by all the albums seen in the starred clues in this puzzle
Chart-topping Beatles album
"Chiffons hit ""___ Fine Day"""
"Chiffons hit, ""___ Fine Day"""
Christie's penultimate Indian
Clue that started this all
"Cold ___ (beer, informally)"
Collection plate item
Combined
Common bill
Common lunch hour
Common lunch time
Common lunchtime
Common odds ending
Common tip jar bill
Common tip jar item
Commonest Scrabble tile subscript
Communications company Cellular ___
Complete
Coney midway
Coney midway?
Consolidated
Core of opponents
Core of opponents?
Cosine of 2 pi
Cosine of zero degrees
Count beginner
Count near the end of a countdown
Count start
Count's beginning
Count's start
Countdown finale
Countdown number
Countdown penultimate
"Countdown's penultimate number, perhaps"
Counter's beginning
"Coveted ""Billboard"" position"
Cube root of one
Cyclops eye count
DEFCON level
"David Sedaris book ""Me Talk Pretty ___ Day"""
Day ___
Day ___ (the very beginning)
Day or square follower
Dear one of letters
"Derivative with respect to ""x"" in f(x) = x + 10"
Diet-drink calorie count
Difference between a baker's dozen and a dozen
Digit
Digit before an area code
Digit besides zero allowed in binary code
Digit in binary code
Digit.
Direct-dial starter
"Direct-dial starter, often"
Distance forward in the alphabet that each changed letter in the theme entries has moved
"Divided by itself, the result is the same"
Divisor for any number
Divisor for any prime number
Divisor of a prime number
Dollar
Dollar bill
Dollar bill.
Dollar digit
Dollar word
Dollar word?
Downbeat in a bar of music
Draw-poker request
Driver's number
E's value in Scrabble
"E's value, in Scrabble"
Eagle's bill?
Early Norse chieftain
Early afternoon
Early afternoon hour
Early afternoon time
Easy number to add
Easy number to learn
Eight bits
Eight hundred preceder?
Elevator stop
"Elton John hit, with ""The"""
End of a break
"End of a break, often"
End of a countdown
"End of lunch time, maybe"
End of the quip
Ending of most odds
Ensue
Equal.
Evelyn Waugh's 'The Loved ___'
Every number is divisible by it
Exclamation point's key-mate
Extra point value
Extra-point score
Factor of every integer
Factor of every prime number
"Fadiman's ""Party of ___"""
Famous square
Famous square?
"Ferber's ""___ Basket"""
"Ferber's ""___ Basket... """
Fibonacci sequence repetition
Fifth of a fin
"Fifth single digit, alphabetically"
Fifty divided by fifty
Fin fraction
"Fin, less four"
Final B.C. year
Final countdown number
First
First cardinal
"First digit a toddler is taught, often"
First grade
First in line.
First number
First number dialed when calling long distance
First of a count
First of the cardinals
First off
First on the list
First or second number in the Fibonacci sequence
First page number
First point.
First word of a Ken Kesey book
Five before six
Five before six?
Five fifths
Five minus four
Five percent of a score
Folding-money item
"Follower of 12, sometimes"
Follower of Formula or Air Force
Formal pronoun
Forming a whole.
Formula ___
Formula ___ auto racing
Formula ___ racing
Four fourths
Four minus three
Four quarters
"Framed bill in a restaurant, perhaps"
"Framed bill, usually"
Free throw
Free throw point value
Free throw score
Free throw total
Free throw value
Free throw's point value
Free throw's value
Free-throw point value
Free-throw score
Free-throw value
From Day ___
From day ___ (since the start)
Fused
Gender-neutral pronoun
"George Michael ""___ More Try"""
George's bill
"Goalie's jersey number, often"
Good step to start with
Googol's starter
Greenback
Half and half
Half and half?
"Half of ""snake eyes"""
Half of 11?
Half of eleven?
Half-and-half?
Halfway between seven and seven
Hamlisch hit
Hamlisch song
Hardly any
Hardly any?
Harmonic series starter
Having taken MDMA
Highest binary digit
Highest in standing.
"Hit 1992 U2 ""single"""
Hit for U2 and Metallica
"Hit off ""Achtung Baby"""
"Hit song from ""Achtung Baby"""
"Hit song title for the Bee Gees, Three Dog Night, and U2"
Hole in ___
Hole-in-___
Hole-in-___ (duffer's dream)
"Homophone for ""won"""
Homophone for won
Horse population of a small town?
Horse-count for a town.
Hour after midnight
Hour after noon
Hour past noon
Hup count
Hurricane category
Hut follower
Hydrogen's atomic number
Hydrogen's number
I
I Was the ___ : Elvis song
I can mean this
I can stand for it
I for Claudius
I may stand for it
I might signify this
I might signify this?
I might stand for it
"I, at times"
"I, for Claudius"
"I, in Roman numerals"
"I, in old Rome"
"I, to Claudius"
"I, today"
Identical
Identity for multiplication
Impersonal pronoun
Impersonal you
Impossible Super Bowl score
Impossible craps roll
Impossible number in a football score
Impossible point total in American pro football
Impossible quantity of Lay's potato chips to eat?
Impossible score in football
"Impossible score, in U.S. football"
In agreement
In dire need of gas
"In dire need of gas, say"
In need of gas?
"In the binary number system, all digits are either zero or this"
In unison with as
Indefinite pronoun
Indicating the need to fill up
Indidual
Individual
Individual in question
Individual.
Indivisible
Indivisible's partner
Inseparable
Integer
Integer's denominator
Integer.
It bears Washington's image
It contains four quarters
It equals itself cubed
It equals itself to the 100th power
It has four quarters
It has four quarters?
It has no letters on a phone
It is its own root
It lacks letters on a telephone keypad
It may be more than enough
It might be broken into quarters
"It precedes ""Blastoff!"""
It shares a key with !
It usually comes first
It was retired by the Yankees in 1986
"It's ""for the money"""
It's a little better than nothing
It's at the top of Pascal's triangle
It's better than none
It's better than nothing
It's dialed before a long-distance number
It's for the money
It's for the money or the road?
It's for the money?
It's green and tender
It's heard before a liftoff
It's inseparable
It's its own multiplicative inverse
It's its own square
It's next to nothing
It's next to nothing?
It's small and tender?
It's the loneliest number
"It's the loneliest number, according to Three Dog Night"
It's the same when squared
Italian noble family
Item
Its root is itself
Its square root is itself
"J. Denver's ""___ World"""
"J. Geils ""___ Last Kiss"""
Jackson Pollock masterpiece in the MoMA
January ___
"January, briefly"
"January, in some dates"
"January, on some checks"
Jefferson coin
"Joan Osborne's ""___ of Us"""
"Johnny Cash's ""The ___ Rose"""
Joined
Joined in wedded bliss
Jukebox input
Jukebox insert
Julio's uno
Just ___ of those things
Just above zero.
Kesey novel start
Kind of bagger
Kind of horse town
Kind of night stand
Kind of upmanship
Kind of way
Kind of way or step
Kind of world
Kind of world.
Largest word on a buck
Last ___
Last digit of this year
"Last number before ""Liftoff!"""
Last number in a countdown
Last number of a countdown
"Last word ""A Christmas Carol"""
"Last word before ""Liftoff!"""
Last word heard on New Year's Eve
"Last word in ""A Christmas Carol"""
"Last word of ""'Imagine"""
"Last word of ""A Christmas Carol"""
"Last word of ""Imagine"""
Last word of 'A Christmas Carol'
"Last word of Lennon's ""Imagine"""
Last word of Tiny Tim's toast
Last word of the year
"Last word of the year, often"
Late late movie hour
Late lunch hour
Late night
Late night hour
Late-late hour
Late-late show time
Late-night hour
Latest Beatles' compilation
Latish lunch hour
Latish lunchtime
LeBron James' draft number
Leading figure
Leading figure?
Leaner's point value
Less than a couple
Less than a few
Less than some
Letterless phone button
Letterless phone key
Letterless phone number
Liftoff preceder
Liftoff preceder?
"Light air, on the Beaufort scale"
Like a gas gauge just before a fill-up?
Like a gas gauge that's running really low
Like many a raver
Like no other
Like-minded
Likeminded
List beginning
"List beginning, often"
List starter
List topper
Little bit of dough
Lone
Loneliest number
"Loneliest number, it's said"
Loneliest number?
Lonely number
Long distance call start
Long distance call starter
Long-distance call starter
Long-distance dialing requirement
Long-distance number starter
Long-distance-call starter
"Loonie coin, e.g."
Loonie's denomination
Loved ___
Low bill
Low die roll
Low digit
Low note
Low note?
Low number
Low number in sudoku
Low rating
Lowest bill
Lowest cardinal
Lowest roll
Lowest sudoku digit
Lowest sudoku number
Lowest whole number
Lunch hour
Lunch hour for some
"Lunch hour, for some"
"Lunch hour, maybe"
"Lunch time, for some"
"Lunch time, maybe"
Lunchtime for some
"Lunchtime, perhaps"
Man and wife.
"Many a Katherine Heigl movie, slangily"
Marine ___ (U.S. president's helicopter)
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)
Married
Married or single
Matchless
Maximum value of sine
"Ma
"Metallica song parodied in a ""Shreds"" video on Youtube"
Metallica's first hit
Microphone tester's word
Midway at Coney
"Mike-tester's first word, often"
"Mike-testing word, often"
Minimal order
Minimum attendance figure
Minor bill
Missing broadcast channel
Money center
"Moss Hart's ""Act ___"""
Most common Scrabble tile value
Most common draw in lowball*
Most common leading digit according to Benford's law
Most common lowball draw*
Most-passed bill
"Mr. Right, with ""the"""
Multiplicative identity element
Murder ___
Murder___
Needing a fill-up
"Needing to fill up, say"
"Neil Diamond/Waylon Jennings ""___ Good Love"""
Neuter pronoun
New York ___ (cable channel)
Next to nothing
Next to nothing?
Next to zero
Night stand leader?
Night stand opening?
No longer divided
No longer separate
No longer split
No lumber
No particular person.
Noon follower
Not broken
Not divided
Not even a few
Not quite company?
Not split
Number
"Number ""for the money"""
Number ___ (whiz)
Number at the heart of seven other answers in this puzzle
Number at the peak of Pascal's triangle
"Number before ""Liftoff!"""
"Number before ""ignition... liftoff!"""
Number before liftoff
Number below the exclamation point
Number dialed before an area code
Number equal to its reciprocal
Number for the books?
Number for the road
Number for the road?
"Number in ""A Chorus Line"" that's actually a number"
Number in a million?
"Number in the ""Pledge of Allegiance"""
Number in the Pledge of Allegiance
Number in the upper left of this grid
Number of AL batting titles Frank Robinson won
Number of Beethoven operas
Number of Es in this puzzle?
Number of F's in this puzzle's answer grid
Number of Harry Truman's children
Number of Masters titles Fuzzy Zoeller won
Number of Orthodox Jews in the U.S. Senate
Number of Qs in this grid
Number of Super Bowl rings owned by Brett Favre
Number of Super Bowls Brett Favre won
Number of World Series rings Bobby Cox has
Number of congressmen North Dakota gets
Number of congressmen Wyoming has
Number of consonants in this answer
Number of even prime numbers
Number of even primes
Number of flowers in a single bloom bouquet
Number of gods in a monotheistic faith
Number of gods in monotheism
Number of hits that ruins a perfect game
Number of independent U.S. representatives
Number of monosyllabic U.S. state names
Number of operas composed by Beethoven
Number of points a free throw is worth
Number of points a team gets for a tie
Number of protons by which the elements in the four longest puzzle answers have been enhanced
Number of single-syllable U.S. states
Number of states Mondale won in '84
Number of states whose last two letters are its own postal abbreviation
Number of states with unicameral legislatures
Number of strings on an Ethiopian Masenqo
"Number of syllables in 17A, 25A, 36A, 51A and 61A."
Number of terms Jesse Ventura says he'll serve as governor
Number of tiles per Scrabble set for the letter at the end of the answer to each starred clue
Number of times Fuzzy Zoeller won The Masters
"Number of unique lineups U2 has had, as well as the name of a single from ""Achtung Baby"""
Number of words in this answer
Number on 68 of the 100 Scrabble tiles
Number on a dime
Number on a dime's reverse
Number on a driver
Number on a foam finger
Number on a greens flag
Number preceding liftoff
Number suggested by a foam finger
"Number that ""Sesame Street"" was not ""brought to you by"" for many years"
Number that is its own square root
Number that makes up two sides of Pascal's triangle
Number that's also a hit song by U2
Number that's its own cube
Number that's its own square
Number that's its own square root
Number the Phils retired for Richie Ashburn
Number to the left of this answer
Number whose square equals its square root
"Number with no letters, on phone keypads"
Number.
Numeral.
Numerator for this puzzle's theme answers
Numerical Three Dog Night smash
N
Of the same mind
Oft passed bill
"On either side of ""on,"" a variety of basketball"
"On, in binary"
One-half and one-half
Only
Only companion
Only partner
Only partner?
Only positive integer that's neither prime nor composite
Only's partner
Opening hole
Opening hole number
Opening number
Opening number?
"Opening song of ""Magnolia"""
Opening word?
"Opposite of six, on a die"
"Orleans ""Still the ___"""
Oscar Robertson's retired number
Out of gas
"Out of gas, according to a gauge"
Ozzie Smith's number
Ozzie Smith's retired number
PAT value
"PAT value, when kicked"
Page ___ (location of major stories)
Part of a New Year's Eve countdown
Part of a countdown
Part of a million.
Part of a score.
Part of binary code
"Part of the ""Stepquote."""
Part that starts
Partner of all
Partner of all or only
Partner of only
"Paul Simon hit ""___-Trick Pony"""
Pee Wee Reese's number
"Pee Wee Reese, for the Dodgers"
Penultimate countdown word
"Penultimate countdown word, often"
Penultimate word in a countdown
Pepsi ___
"Pepsi ___, sugar-free cola"
Pepsi brand
Pepsi brand that's also its calorie count
Pepsi diet drink
Pepsi variety
Performed by Metallica at '89 Grammys
Person
Person.
"Phish ""My Sweet ___"""
Piece of bread?
Piece of cabbage?
"Pink Floyd ""___ of These Days"""
"Pitcher's number, to the scorekeeper"
"Pitcher, in baseball scoring shorthand"
"Pitcher, in baseball-scoring shorthand"
Point for an NHL goal
Point guard
Point value in Scrabble of every letter in this puzzle
Point value of an A in Scrabble
Points for a foul shot
Points for a free throw
Points for a goal
Points for a tie game
Popular bill
Portrait of George Washington source
Possible lunch hour
Pre-blastoff number
"Presley's ""I Was the ___"""
"Pretty much out of fuel, according to the gas gauge"
Primary figure
Prime divisor
Prime factor
Prime number divisor
Prime number factor
Prime number.
Product of a number and its reciprocal
Pronoun
Pronoun.
Purina ___ (pet food)
Purina brand
Purina pet food brand
Purse item
Purse paper
Quarter of four
"Queen's ""Another ___ Bites the Dust"""
Quite the same.
Racing's Formula ___
Rapper KRS-___
Rare golf-hole score
Rare score on a golf hole
Ray Flaherty's jersey number with the Giants
Relieving number?
Repetition in the Fibonacci sequence
Result of dividing any number by itself
Richard Bach novel
"Robert Plant ""Tall Cool ___"""
"Romberg's ""___ Alone"""
"Romberg's ""___ Kiss"""
Route number
Sacagawea coin denomination
Sacagawea denomination
Sacajawea coin denomination
Sawbuck fraction
Sawbuck tenth
Scarcely any
Scholarly thinkers
Score for a hockey goal
Score for a post-touchdown kick
Score for an ace
Scrabble value of every letter in RELATIONS
See 43 Acrown
Self starter
Self starter?
Series opener
Series opener?
Seven divided by seven
Seventh row
Sharer of an exclamation point on a keyboard
Sharpen a razor
Shout at 11:59:59 P.M. on December 31
Shout at 11:59:59 P.M. on December 31st
"Showing a lack of fuel, as a gas gauge"
"Showstopper in ""A Chorus Line"""
Sight from the cuckoo's nest?
Signal for a fastball
Simple ticket order
Single
Single digit?
Single entity
Single file
Single for Metallica in 1989 and U2 in 1992
"Single from ""...And Justice for All"""
Single in a wallet
Single or married
Single person
Single thing
Single unit
Single unit.
Single word
"Single, in Toledo"
Single.
Singleton
Singular
Singular Bee Gees song?
Singular digit
Singularity.
Sixty minutes past 12
Slender figure?
Smackeroo
Small bill
Small cardinal
Small cardinal?
Small digit
Small dining party
Small note
Small number
Smallest bill
Smallest dining party
Smallest positive integer
Snake eye (as this completed puzzle depicts)
Snake eye?
Snake eyes half
"Snow White's ""___ Song"""
Sole
Solid yellow ball on the pool table
Solid yellow billiard ball
Solid-yellow billiard ball
Solitaire quorum
Solitary
Solitary figure?
Solo
Solo number
Soloist?
Some person.
Somebody
Something for the books
Something for the road
Something to grow on?
Sometimes it's for the money
"Song from ""A Chorus Line"""
Song from 'A Chorus Line'
Song from A Chorus Line
Song reprised at the end of 'A Chorus Line'
"Song that follows ""Sunday Bloody Sunday"" on the album ""U218 Singles"""
"Springsteen's ""___ Step Up"""
Square or day follower
Square to go back to
Square to go back to?
Start for step or stop
Start of a count
Start of a googolplex
Start of a long distance call
Start of a long-distance call
Start of a long-odds phrase
Start of a series
Start of almost every ZIP code in New York
Start of long-distance dialing
Starting point
Starting point?
Starting square
Sucky concert attendance
Sugar-free Pepsi brand
Sugar-free Pepsi product
Sum of all parts
Sum of the parts
Super Bowl wins for the Ravens
Susie B. denomination
"TV's ""Murder ___"""
TV's '-- Life to Live'
TV's '-- Step Beyond'
TV's '___ Life to Live'
Tail-end of a countdown
Tangent of 45 degrees
Tangent of 45
Tangent of 45
Teen's opening number?
Telephone button that lacks letters
Telephone button without letters
Telephone key with no letters
Ten minus nine
Ten to ___.
Ten to the zeroeth power
Tenth of a sawbuck
"The Army is replacing its slogan ""Be all you can be"" with ""An army of ___"""
"The Beatles' ""For No ___"""
The Wild ___
The ___ Fund (Boston Marathon bombing charity; please give)
The ___ Ring (Middle-earth artifact)
The ___ Ring (artifact in Tolkien's works)
The cosine of zero
The downbeat
The first cardinal
The first cardinal?
The loneliest number
The loneliest number of song
"The loneliest number, in a Three Dog Night song"
"The loneliest number, in a song"
"The loneliest number, in song"
"The loneliest number, to Three Dog Night"
The lonliest number
The multiplicative identity
The number many look out for
The only number spelled out on a dime
The same
The same companion?
The same partner
The same partner?
The same.
The slope of y = x + 2
The voice of ___ crying in the wilderness (Mat 3:3)
The wee-est hour?
The winning number
The year ___.
There's a guy named George on it
Third of a crowd
Thomas the Tank Engine's number
Three Dog Night hit
Three Dog Night hit written by Nilsson
"Three Dog Night hit; or, how many of this type of puzzle I'm likely to produce in a lifetime"
Three Dog Night number
Three Dog Night smash
Three Dog Night song
Three Dog Night tune
Three Dog Night's first Top Ten hit
Three Dog Night's first gold record
Three from four
Three in ___.
Three thirds
Ticket request
Till bill
"Till bill, perhaps"
Till item
Tip jar addition
Tip jar bill
Together
Top 10 U2 hit of 1992
Top 10 hit for U2 in 1992
"Top 10 hit from U2's ""Achtung Baby"" album"
Top chart spot
Top number
Top of the charts
Top position
Top rank
Top spot
Top-of-the-chart number
Top-of-the-charts number
Top-of-the-leaderboard number
"Total ""for the road"""
Traditional fastball sign
Tune from A Chorus Line
Twelve fifty-nine successor
Twelve fifty-nine? Wait a minute!
Twelve follower
Twenty-first word of the Pledge of Allegiance
"Two bells, maybe"
"Two bells, perhaps"
Two halved
Two halves
Type of armed bandit.
Type of night stand?
Typical bar tip
Typical studio apartment room count
U2 hit
U2 hit covered by Johnny Cash
U2 hit of 1992
"U2 hit off ""Achtung Baby"""
U2 hit whose title is one of its co-producers spelled backwards
"U2 hit with the line ""You ask me to enter, but then you make me crawl"""
"U2 single released after ""Mysterious Ways"""
U2 song covered by Johnny Cash
"U2: ""Achtung Baby"" smash"
Unanimous
Unbroken
Undivided
Undivided.
Unified
Unified.
Unique
Unit
Unit circle radius
Unit.
United
United.
Unity
Unity.
Unlettered phone number
Unnamed person
Unrealistic potato chip portion
Unrealistic potato chip serving
Unseparated
Unspecified individual
Unspecified person
Upper-left button on a phone
Upright figure?
"Using ""Molly"""
Vague pronoun
Valedictorian's rank
"Value of an E, in Scrabble"
"Value of any Scrabble tile in the word ""ordinates"""
Value of the J tile in Croatian Scrabble
Vending machine insert
Vowel's point value in Scrabble
Vowel's value in Scrabble
Wallet bill
Wallet item
Wallet item.
Wallet single
Wallet unit
Warren Moon's jersey number
Washington bill
Washington is on it
Washington note
Washington's bill
Washington's note
Washington's place among presidents
"Waugh's ""The Loved ___"""
Waugh's 'The Loved --'
Waugh's 'The Loved ___'
We re number ___!
Wed
Wedded
Wee hour
Welded or wedded
What I can be
What I can be?
What I is?
What I may mean
What I might be?
What I might indicate
What I might mean
What I might mean?
What I will always be?
What every number is divisible by
What ten tenths equal
What the mouse's clock struck
What the unified are
What two heads are better than
"When lunch ends, maybe"
"When lunch hour ends, often"
Where Washington is
Where the needle is when the gas light is lit
Where to find a portrait of George Washington
Which job is quality?
White Monopoly bill
White bill in Monopoly
White bill in a Monopoly set
Whole
"Willkie's ""World."""
"Willkie's ""___ World"": 1943"
Willkie's ___ world
Winning number
Winning score of the first organized basketball game
Withdrawn Canadian bill
Withdrawn Canadian currency bill
Word after square or loved
"Word before ""... liftoff!"""
"Word before ""Blast off!"""
"Word before ""Blast-off!"""
"Word before ""Blastoff!"""
"Word before ""Happy New Year!"""
"Word before ""Happy New Year!""?"
"Word before ""Happy new year!""?"
"Word before ""Liftoff!"""
"Word before ""ignition... liftoff!"""
"Word before a lot of shouting and kissing, this Friday night"
"Word before and after ""by,"" ""on,"" or ""to"""
"Word before and after ""to,"" ""on"" or ""for"""
Word before liner or track
Word before person and vote
Word for the books
Word in the next clue
"Word just before ""blastoff"""
Word on a Susan B. Anthony coin
Word on a buck
Word on a dime
Word on a dollar
Word on a dollar bill
Word on a penny
Word on a penny and a dime
Word on a penny or a dime
Word on both sides of on and by
"Word surrounding ""on"" and ""by"""
Word that appears eight times on a dollar bill
"Word with ""square"" or ""loved"""
Word with day or way
Word with horse or track
Word with man or horse
Word with step or time
Word with step or way
Word with time or way
Working cohesively
Xbox ___
"Year Ovid's ""Metamorphoses"" was published"
Yearling's age
Yearling's number
Yellow solid
You or me
You'll get this when you halve two
You're the ___ : 1965 hit
"You, generically"
"You, impersonally"
"Zero factorial, in math"
___ -eyed jack
___ -eyed jack: wild card
___ -horse town
___ -liner
___ -two punch
___ Alone
___ Alone : Romberg
___ Alone : Romberg song
___ Campaign (poverty-fighting organization started by Bono)
___ Direction
___ Direction (boy band)
___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
___ Touch of Venus ('43 musical)
___ World Trade Center
___ World Trade Center (skyscraper currently being built to replace the fallen Twin Towers)
___ World.
___ and all
___ and all.
___ and only
___ and the same
___ and the same.
___ another.
___ at a time
___ design (class of identical boats)
___ for the books
___ for the money
___ for the money.
___ for the money...
___ for the road
___ if by land...
___ in a million
___ louder
___ nation indivisible...
___ no-trump
___ of a kind
___ of a kind (unique)
___ of these days
___ old cat.
___ under par (score after a first-hole birdie)
___ way
___ way (message in an arrow-shaped road sign)
___ way street
___ world
___ world.
___-armed bandit
___-design class
___-eyed jack
___-hit wonder
___-hit wonders
___-horse town
___-in-a-million
___-in-a-million (rare)
___-iron
___-man band
___-man gang
___-night stand
___-o'-cat (old ball game)
___-putt
___-track mind
___-two punch
___-upmanship
___to grow on
and lowest
"i squared, then squared again"
x ÷ x
Ironically the last song in “A Chorus Line”
White Monopoly bill
Opening number
What might replace you?
I at times
Impossible score in American football
Impossible score in American football
Impossible score in American football
Impossible score in American football
Impossible score in American football
___ World Trade Center
Out of gas informally
Tip jar denomination
"A Chorus Line" number
Bill with Washington's face
Half and half
Early afternoon
Indivisible
Single
Area code preceder
With 42 Down, geologist's billion years
Unified
Not you specifically
Its square is also its cube
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)
Ace
"___ moment, please"
Unique digit in a googol
1300 hours
Numero uno
Mississauga's Square ____
Ace
Start of a count
Single
Small bill
Number
Honest about quantity
Word with "moment" or "sec"
Bill in a tip jar
Impossible NFL score
Binary digit
Solid yellow billiard ball
Three Dog Night's "loneliest number"
______ dollar bills
Most common Scrabble tile value
Hour in "Hickory Dickory Dock"
A wee hour
Word before 'Happy New Year!'
"Liftoff!" preceder
Till bill
Single
Number of NBA titles Steph Curry has
Small bill
Early afternoon
Inseparable
Word repeated in 'It takes ___ to know ___'
Low digit
Number of presidents who resigned
Latish lunch hour
Number
Honest about quantity
No power can change it
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)
Lowest sudoku digit
Undivided
Dollar bill
Cardinal number in the Pledge of Allegiance
Number
Honest about quantity
"Out of many, ___"
A single entity
Number of one-syllable U.S. state names
I, perhaps
Ace
First in a series
Number
Honest about quantity
Tenth of a sawbuck
Undivided
Binary digit
Small bill
Wallet bill
You, more formally
Inseparable
Single
Number
Honest about quantity
Phone number with no letters
Part of 63 Across' meaning
Till bill
Dollar bill
Number
Honest about quantity
I may stand for it
___-trick pony
35-Across, translated
Number of fingers to signal a fastball
Scrabble's lowest point value
Inseparable
What I can be
Wallet bill
Individual
Prime number factor
Number
Honest about quantity
A single unit
An individual
Inseparable
Wallet bill
Word before "Liftoff!"
Number of emails sent by Warren Buffett in his entire life
Count start
___-in-a-million
Small bill
Hydrogen's atomic number
The "loneliest number"
Square __
U2 song
Inseparable
Dollar bill
Dollar bill
It doesn't change when squared
Hole in ____
Job ___ (priority)
Letterless phone button
Solid yellow billiard ball
Metallica's first Top 40 hit
Singleton
Individual
The loneliest number
Back to square __
Wallet item
Early hour
With 96-Down, "Hang on a minute!"
"Just __ moment"
Individual
____ day at a time
Cardinal Ozzie Smith's retired uniform number
____ day at a time
Key near Q
Inseparable
Number on a foam finger
Number
Honest about quantity
Inseparable
Single
A
"___ of these days, Alice . . ."
"A Chorus Line" song
Small bill
Bill with an Eye of Providence
Repeated number in the Fibonacci sequence
Admit ___
Integrated part of compression engine
Starting number, often
Ace
Vowel's point value in Scrabble
Indivisible
Early afternoon
Afternoon hour
Fused
United by something greater than love
"... and all for ___"
"We're number ___!"
Small number
Individual
Bit of binary code
Valedictorian's rank
It's the same squared or not
U2 hit
Single
"A Chorus Line" song
The loneliest number
"Single" digit
Count start
U2 hit
Math unity
A single entity
Single
Free throw score
Single
Letterless phone button
Billfold item
Billfold item
Uno
Uno
Single
Number
Honest about quantity
Low bill
Factor of every prime
Tilde key's neighbor
How you might be referred to
Honest about quantity
Number
Single number
Low bill
Individual
Indivisible
Honest about quantity
Number
First number
Foam finger number
First number
Low number
Winner's number
Hydrogen's atomic number
Inseparable
Low number
Low digit
I may stand for it
What may replace you?
With 18-Down, distribution limitation, informally
Small cardinal
Honest about quantity
Number
"First off ..."
Early afternoon
___ of a kind
Pee Wee Reese's retired number
Number on a foam finger
"God bless us, every ___!"
Low integer
Inseparable
Honest about quantity
Number
____ in a million
____ in a million
Single
"Won" homophone
Bill with a bright eye
Solid yellow billiard ball
Ace
Small bill
Small bill
Number on a foam finger
The loneliest number
Single
Individual
Honest about quantity
Number
"A Chorus Line" song
Single
Factor of every prime
Honest about quantity
Number
An individual
Ace
No Clue
Beginning square?
Tip-jar insert, often
It comes after 12 daily
Number on a driver
Count start
Only partner?
Honest about quantity
Just a single
Pi's first digit after the decimal
Undivided
Inseparable
Low bill
See 64 Down
Dollar bill
"Loneliest number" of song
Low number
Impossible score in U.S. football
__ of a kind
Number for the best
Dollar bill
Most common Scrabble tile point value
Indivisible
Lowest sudoku number
Wallet bill
Individual
"Rogue ___"
Number of states bordered by Maine
Party often seated at the bar
Some person
Pepsi product that's also its calorie count
Math unity
Cones center?
Count start
I must retract refusal before end of debate
Low digit
Single
Any person can claim to be unique!
Table for __
Low digit
The —, 2001 action film starring Jet Li and Carla Gugino
Hole in __
Inseparable
Dollar bill
"___ size fits all"
No longer apart
Number equal to its square
Washington bill
Numero uno
The loneliest number
Of Londoners, simply any
Person
Number that's its own square
Small square
Number
Honest about quantity
Square ___ (starting point)
Count starter
Number in many odds figures
Chart-topping number
Number
Honest about quantity
Count start
"Air Force ___ (Ford movie)
Low number
"The loneliest number," in song
Word on a dime
United came out on top, we’re told
First in a series
Number that shares a key with "!"
Undivided
Small bill
Single number
First in an infinite line
Inseparable
With 33-Down, like solitaire
Number
Honest about quantity
I
___ size fits all
I of old Rome
Small bill
Wee hour
Only
Romantic ideal, with "the"
Wedded
The loneliest number
Undivided
Four quarters
U2 hit
With 29 Down, sight below some Lincoln Memorials
Individual
... & only
Single
Opening number?
Individual
Singleton
First character in this clue
I, to Caesar
Just a single
Quantity of honesty
Count start
Free throw score
Unspecified individual
Undivided
First in a series
Figure on a foam finger
Number of Wyoming congresspersons
Initial number?
Inseparable
Integer that's its own square
Number
Honest about quantity
Number on most Scrabble tiles
Single
Ace
35-Across halved
Wallet bill
With 22-Across, certain way to make 60-Across
Small bill
Inseparable
Ace
Early afternoon
Singleton
Inseparable
Number
Honest about quantity
___-trick pony
Lowest Scrabble tile value
Word on a penny
United
Joined ... or a continuation of 36-Across
Factor of every prime number
Count start
Mathematician's multiplicative identity
It stands for January
Final word shouted before 'Happy New Year!'
Number in many odds
The same partner?
Number
Honest about quantity
Coveted charts position
Small bill
Super Bowl wins for Joe Flacco
Wallet bill
___ for the road
Individual
Integer after zero
Early afternoon
Inseparable
Indivisible
Ace's value, at times
Low digit
Count start
Came out on top, you say, in both halves
Free throw's point value
Washington's bill
Dollar bill
A quarter of four
Early afternoon
What two who wed become
Low digit
Number
Honest about quantity
Hole in ____
A bit more than zero
Value of a 41-Down, sometimes
Noon or midnight follower
Single
Single
Honest about quantity
Binary code basic
Tip jar bill
Wedded
Tip jar bill, often
Binary digit
____ day at a time
Impersonal 'you'
Small bill
I can mean this
Individual
Start of a count
With 32-Across, what the answers to the starred clues each have
Ace's value, at times
Low digit
This puzzle's theme
Low bill
"Just ___ of those things"
Single
A single entity
Inseparable
Latish lunchtime
Start of a count
A single entity
Unified
... & only
A single entity
Single
Number of solidarity
Back to square ___
Count start
It's single
Low digit
Discontinued Canadian bill
I of Roman numerals
The loneliest number
Count start
Single
__ of these days (eventually)
Low bill
Number
Billfold item
Lowest sudoku digit, usually
Uno
"A Chorus Line" song
Number
Honest about quantity
Foam finger number
Top 40 title for Metallica or U2
Inseparable
Yearling's age
Unified
Counting start
Single
Honest about quantity
Scrabble vowel value
Start of every ZIP code in Pennsylvania
An individual
Number
Honest about quantity
First number
Low bill
Washington's bill
Washington's bill
Washington's bill
__ in a million (rare)
United in purpose
Individual
Free-throw point value
Wee hour
The loneliest number
Individual
Lowly digit
BBC ___
"A Chorus Line" song
"A Chorus Line" song
A person
Bill bearing George
Number worn by Pee Wee Reese
Ace's value, at times
____ in a million
A
What a solo is for
A
___ Direction (boy band)
The loneliest number
Person with unlimited cash
TV's "___ Life to Live"
Washington bill
Count starter
Back to square ___
Till bill
Low number
Count start
"Susie B" denomination
Counting start
Low digit
Small bill
In accord
Small bill
Diet soda calorie count, maybe
Half of two
Smallest bill
Inseparable
Inseparable
Cardinal number
Initial number?
___ of a kind
Lowest roll
Twenty minus nineteen
Half of a pair
Impossible NFL score
Washington's bill
Buck
"If there's ___ thing I know for sure ..."
Number
Dollar bill
Formal pronoun
Point value of most Scrabble tiles
Number of players needed to play solitaire
Single
Small integer
Single
Half a pair
Rare entry on a golf scorecard
Pitcher's number, in baseball shorthand
Formula ___
Digit on a foam finger
Small bill
A quarter of four
Indivisible
"____ Good Cop"
"... ___, blastoff!"
Single
Buck
I can stand for it
"___ Day at a Time"
Single
Honest about quantity
Broadway hit song
Single
Wallet stuffer
I can stand for it
Individual
Single person
With 39-Across, type of boxing punch
United
Matchless
Single
Indivisible
Count start
Single
Back to work time, for many
"Ready Player ___" (2018 movie)
Dollar bill
Lowest die roll
___ Direction ("Best Song Ever" group)
"We're number ___!"
Undivided
Single dollar bill
Unit
What "I" can mean
Low bill
Formula ___
Early afternoon
___ step ahead
Half of two
Shania Twain's "You're Still the ___"
Solitary
Kill two birds with ___ stone
Till bill
Number
Honest about quantity
Lunch returnee's time
Tilde's neighbor
Indivisible
An hour after noon
Small bill
Any number divided by itself
Start of a countend
Common bill
Final number in most countdowns
___-armed bandit (slot machine)
"A Chorus Line" song
It's next to nothing
"A Chorus Line" number
Buck
Singleton
Washington's bill
Low digit
Single item
An individual
Binary digit
Together
Undivided
Common tip jar insert
Small square
Common bill
'We're number ___!'
"The loneliest number," in a 1969 hit song
Hour after noon
"Admit ___" (phrase on a ticket)
Dollar bill
United came out on top, we’re told
____ and all, everybody
Unnamed individual
Single
Honest about quantity
Word surrounding "by"
____-armed bandit
___-hit wonder
Smallest number on a die
Washington bill
Indivisible
Dollar
RBIs on a solo homer
___ of a kind
Early afternoon
Wedded
Individual
Solitary
__-in-a-million (rare)
Small bill
Individual
Individual
"The loneliest number" of song
Low digit
Single
Ten minus nine
Billfold item
Number on a foam finger
Single
Single
Each 'O' of BOGO
First in a series
Before "blastoff"
Factor of every prime number
''We're number __!''
Low number
Hour after 12 o'clock
____-armed bandit
Number
First number
Unspecific person
Numero uno
Microphone tester's word
Go back to square ____
Attuned
Low digit
Number
Honest about quantity
Of __ mind
Single
Low digit
"___ moment"
Count start
Gabriel García Márquez's "___ Hundred Years of Solitude"
Individual
Single unit
Low digit
Single
Hour after midnight
What I may stand for
Indivisible
Single
Honest about quantity
Tip jar bill
"____ O'Clock Jump"
"____ Bad Apple"
Daytime TV's "___ Life to Live"
Individual
____ and only
It's its own square root
''Hickory Dickory Dock'' time
Low bill
Small bill
___-man band
____-armed bandit
Indivisible
Dollar bill
"A Chorus Line" number
Dollar
Number
Honest about quantity
Metallica's first hit
Together
"___ of these days ..."
An hour after 7-Down
Early afternoon
Presidential coin denomination
"___ Tree Hill" (former CW series)
Number
Small bill
Single
Honest about quantity
It's next to nothing
Two halved
Die's lowest
Small integer
____ and only
Common bill
Individual
Single
Formula ___
Wallet item
I might stand for it
Single
Binary digit
Small bill
An hour after noon
Math unity
Number of players needed to play solitaire
Early afternoon
"Last ___ in is a rotten egg!"
It equals itself when multiplied by itself
I, on a sundial
Lowly digit
Pitcher's number, in baseball shorthand
Early afternoon hour
"___ moment"
Series start
Wallet item
I's digit
I, on a sundial
Low bill
Half of a pair
"A Chorus Line" song
Minimal number
Single
At ____ with (attuned to)
"Just ___ more thing ..."
Number replaced by 'hup' by a drill sergeant
Individual
Dollar bill
Liar's poker bill, usually
Indivisible
Smaller than a fin
Half a pair
Count start
Single
Honest about quantity
First in a series
Hole in ____
January, in dates
Air Force ___ (presidential plane)
United
x's positive value in the equation 2x = 4x^2 - 2
Individual
"A Chorus Line" number
Half of two
"Blastoff!" preceder
Hour after noon
___-armed bandit
Big word on a buck
Wallet bill
Word on a dollar bill
Count start
"___ Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" (Dr. Seuss classic)
Buck
Not you specifically
Small bill
Wallet bill
"____, two, buckle my shoe..."
"Another ___ Bites the Dust" (1980 song by Queen)
Washington bill
Single number
Six minus five
Afternoon hour
Single
Honest about quantity
Indivisible
Single
Sole shone, quietly deficient
Prime number factor
"___ good turn . . ."
Hour after midnight
Half of a pair
Number that's a square of itself
'You're ___ to talk!'
Only partner?
Low bill
Metallica's first hit
Wallet bill
Opening number?
Small bill
Sole
An hour after 2-Down
Pitcher's number, on a scorecardend
What I might stand for
Bit of binary code
"The loneliest number"
"A Chorus Line" number
Bit of binary code
Single
"You're ___ to talk!"
Gender-neutral pronoun
Number
Honest about quantity
Billfold item
Small bill
Inseparable
Gender-neutral pronoun
Count starter
Zero follower
In ___ fell swoop
Single
Honest about quantity
Wallet bill
Buck
Small bill
Afternoon hour
Individual
Counting start
"___ Life to Live" (long-running ABC soap opera)
What two halves amount to
Individual
Dollar bill
Number
Honest about quantity
Indivisible
Word before "blastoff"
Minimal quantity
Last number of a countdown
Half and half
Washington's bill
Indivisible
Queen's "Another __ Bites the Dust"
"Take ___"
"It Happened ____ Night"
Eight-hundred preceder?
Number on a foam finger
Half a pair
Number of players needed to play solitaire
___-hit wonder
Dollar bill
Marine ___ (US president's helicopter)
... & only
Count start
Early afternoon
Latish lunchtime
Solitary
What "I" represents in Roman numerals
Single
Gabriel García Márquez's "___ Hundred Years of Solitude"
Wallet find
Particular unit
In ___ ear and out the other
Dollar bill
Fibonacci sequence starter
Common bill
Low digit
"We're number ___!"
Hole in ____
Free throw score
Any nonzero number divided by itself
Early afternoon
Jet Li film, with "The"
''__ moment please . . .''
Half and half
Six minus five
Richard Bach novel
"____ Is the Loneliest Number"
Small integer
No longer divided
Hour after noon
Small bill
Tip jar bill
Lunch hour
Individual
Square or day follower
Wallet bill
Day preceder or follower
Formula ___, car race
"The loneliest number"
Singular
Three minus two
Prime number factor
"... ___ Nation under God, indivisible ..."
____ day at a time
Cosine of 0
Unified
Amalgamated
No longer apart
"__, please": box office request from a single patron
An hour after noon
Single
Die roll
Atomic number of hydrogen
Number of wheels on a unicycle
Low digit
Single
Honest about quantity
Four minus three
Ace's value, at times
United
Single
Penny's value in cents
Pink Floyd "___ of These Days"
Early afternoon hour
Dollar
Uno, in English
Early afternoon
Entity
Inseparable
Single number
Small bill
Number of players needed to play solitaire
Number
Honest about quantity
Third of a trio
Single item
____Time ( Bieber hit )
Smallest bill in a wallet, often
Number of operas composed by Beethoven
Single
Formula __: auto racing class
___ in a million
Number of gods worshipped in Zoroastrianism
Small banknote
Unified
Binary digit
Individual
Number of three-letter months in English
Low digit
Young toddler's age
Pitcher's number, on a scorecardend
__-A-Day
Single
"____ Bad Apple"
Single
Honest about quantity
Difference between a baker's dozen and a dozen
Single
Liftoff preceder
Buck
Small bill
"That's ___ for the books"
Vowel's value in Scrabble
"He still the ___" (lyric in Beyoncé's "Countdown")
Tip jar bill
Number on a foam finger
Single
Billy Martin's jersey number
TV's "___ Life to Live"
Singleton
Low number
Indivisible
Meaning of a raised index finger
"We're number ___!"
Mic-tester's word
Count starter
Hole in ____
Wallet bill
Three Dog Night song covered by Aimee Mann on the "Magnolia" soundtrack
Washington bill
Wallet find
Bit of binary code
Single
"___ Life to Live"
Single
Billfold item
Top 10 hit from U2's "Achtung Baby" album
Number
Honest about quantity
Uno
White Monopoly bill
Metallica's first hit
United
Count start
Word before a lot of shouting and kissing, this Friday night
Unified
___-horse town
Low digit
Binary digit
Single
Honest about quantity
Word on a penny
Early-morning hour
Hydrogen's atomic number
"___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
Unicycle wheel count
"____ step forward..."
Twenty ___ Pilots (band with the 2016 hit "Heathens")
Half and half?
Small bill
Hole in ___
Bill featuring Washington
An individual
Word that appears on a dime in both English and Latin
Single
Word on a Susan B. Anthony coin
Gender-neutral pronoun
First number
7-Down minus nine
An hour after noon
Common bill
Individual
Sole
Number of Q's in Scrabble
"The loneliest number"
Bill passed regularly
Value of any Scrabble vowel
Number
Honest about quantity
Basic bill
Early afternoon
Eight minus seven
Dollar bill
Solid yellow billiard ball
Before "blastoff"
Word before "blastoff"
Low number
Single bill
Solitary
Single
Honest about quantity
Buck
Low digit
"___ thing at a time"
Any nonzero number divided by itself
Basic bill
Worst Yelp review
Washington's bill
In agreement
____ in a million
Single
Word on a penny
Close __
"____ O'Clock Jump"
Low digit
"The Lucky ___" 2012 Zac Efron drama,
Individual
Number on most Scrabble tiles
What I might mean
Single number
Binary digit
Lunch hour
"Rogue ___"
"___ moment, please"
Half of two
Basic bill
TV's "___ Life to Live"
Richard Bach novel
Count start
Hour for Basie's jump
"___ Fine Day" (Michelle Pfeiffer/George Clooney romcom)
Wallet find
An hour after midnight
Lowest die roll
Small bill
Small bill
Start of long-distance dialing
Hour after midnight
First digit
"The loneliest number"
Metallica's first hit
Individual
Wee hour
Individual
Single's order
Unified
Unified
Lunch hour
Gender-neutral pronoun
____-armed bandit
"A Chorus Line" song
Unbroken
Before "blastoff"
Number of something that's unique
Lowest denomination of bill
"___ moment, please!"
Quarter of four
Early hour
Singleton
Single
Honest about quantity
Just ___ of those things
Half of two
Not in fragments
Single bill
Small bill
Number that's a square of itself
Person said to have succeeded
Sugar-free Pepsi product
Undivided
Bill that's not big
First number in a crossword grid
Small banknote
"Still the ___" (Orleans hit)
Gabriel García Márquez's "___ Hundred Years of Solitude"
Any upright individual?
Canadian "loonie" denomination
Square of 31-Across
Half of a pair
Individual
An hour after 19-Down
It's the loneliest number
Any nonzero number to the zeroth power
Half of 19-Down
___-stop shopping
Bill in a tip jar
Count start
Air Force ___
Half of two
Together
Attuned
Smaller than a fin
Number of players needed to play solitaire
With 31-Across, ten dimes
Numero uno
Formula ___
With 45-Across, low draw in soccer
Isa (Filipino)
Yearling's age
Person you first have to reckon with
Number
Honest about quantity
With 17-Across, a penny's value
Binary digit
Low die roll
Together
Hour after midnight
Inseparable
Small bill
Single
Honest about quantity
Number
Solo number
Early afternoon
Low digit
Wallet bill
Lowest-denomination bill
See 23-Across
An individual
Two halves
"___ Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest" (classic Jack Nicholson film)
It's next to nothing
"Rogue ___: A Star Wars Story"
It's a little better than nothing
Wedded
"The loneliest number," according to a song
Individual
Lunch hour, for some
"Still the ____"
Half and a half
Individual
United
See 6-Down
"___ Fine Day" (classic hit song for The Chiffons)
Back to square ___
___ of a kind
Single
Inseparable
Inseparable
Dollar bill
Individual
Largest word on the back of a dollar bill
"You're Still the ___" (Shania Twain hit)
Common Scrabble tile value
Common bill
End of a countdown
Early afternoon
Low digit
Washington bill
Die roll
Change machine insert
Low digit
Count start
Individual
Number of stars on Texas' flag
"A Chorus Line" song
A quarter to four?
__ of a kind
Start of a count
Number
Honest about quantity
Unmatched
Pepsi brand that's also its calorie count
Indivisible
Dollar bill
Half of eleven?
Liar's poker bill, usually
Small bill
"That's ___ way to think about it"
Ace's value, at times
Tip jar insert
Individual
___-hit wonder
Number of candles on a cupcake, often
Single
Hydrogen's atomic number
√This clue's number
First in a series
Singleton
Tip jar bill
Tip jar bill
"___ of These Nights" (Eagles hit)
In accord
Unified
"That's ___ small step . . ."
Tip jar bill
Till bill
Hole in ___ (golfer's triumph)
Wallet bill
Indivisible
Start for step or stop
With 42-Across, usual result of a leadoff batter getting three strikes
Number
Honest about quantity
Tip jar bill
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)
"A Chorus Line" song
"I'm your number ___ fan" (quote from the movie "Misery")
"You're the ___ That I Want" ("Grease" song)
Singleton
Number to start counting with
United
Many a binary digit
Single item
Number of schooners
... & only
Point value of most Scrabble tiles
Latish lunchtime
Undivided
Indivisible
Singleton
Single thing
A wee hour
Single thing
Wallet bill
Its square equals its square root
Single
Susie B. denomination
Kill two birds with ___ stone
Low digit
Singleton
''__ more time!''
"Two" follower, to NASAend
Single
Honest about quantity
Half of two
Small bill
Formula ___ (class of auto racing)
Single
When a lunch break often ends
Number in a sound check
Inseparable
"Still the ___" (Orleans hit)
Half of two
Basic bill
Low cardinal number
Scrabble vowel value
Indivisible
Early afternoon
Foam-finger number
Single
Honest about quantity
Point value of each vowel in Scrabble
Single bill
"___ More Night" (Phil Collins #1 song)
____ and all
Early hour
Individual
Either digit in this clue's number
Indivisible
Low bill
United came out on top, you say
Smallest square
Lonely number?
x/x
Early afternoon
Individual
Wallet item
Counting start
Undivided
Individual
Afternoon hour
Low number
Single
Honest about quantity
An hour after noon
"Air Force ___" (1997 Harrison Ford film)
Lowest-denomination bill
Small bill
Count start
Lowest number in a sudoku puzzle
"____ Fine Day"
Nonspecific person
I, on a clock
Number that's also a pronoun
Dollar bill
Count start
First in a series
"First off . . ."
Indivisible
Formula __ auto racing
Singleton
Single item
The loneliest number?
"We're number ___!"
Half a pair
Number
Honest about quantity
Wallet bill
"Blastoff!" preceder
Broadway hit song
Unity
Sole
"You're the ___ That I Want" ("Grease" song)
Single number
Unmatched
Dollar-bill number
United
Number of U.S. states with three-word capitals
Prime number factor
Number of Z's in this clue
"____ for the money..."
Number that shares a keyboard key with "!"
Hour for Basie's jump
Number
Honest about quantity
"On a scale of ___ to ten ..."
Formula ___ (class of auto racing)
Low die roll
Before "blastoff"
Wallet single
"Ready Player ___" (2018 Spielberg film)
Basic bill
1300 hours
"The loneliest number"
Half of two
It's smaller than a fin
"The Great ___" (nickname for Wayne Gretzky)
"___ Life to Live" (soap opera that ended in 2012)
Hour after midnight
A single
Tip jar bill
It's "for the money"
Common Scrabble tile value
Ace's value, at times
Uno, in English
United
Wallet bill
Undivided
Low digit
Basic bill
Wallet bill
Individual
Number
Honest about quantity
Number
Just ___ of those things
____-way street
Single's order
"You da ___" (Rihanna song)
Small bill
Early hour
Hour for Basie's jump
Tip jar bill
Washington bill
___-hit wonder
20/20, say
Small bill
"The Lucky ___" 2012 Zac Efron drama,
Single item
Solo number
Gender-neutral pronoun
Lowest denomination bill
Singleton
Cry before "Blastoff!"
Digit in binary code
Count start
Number of zeros in 10
Formula ___
A person
Twenty ___ Pilots ("Stressed Out" band)
Individual
Low digit
Start of a count
Hole in ____
The ____ that got away
"____ Bad Apple"
With 44-Down, "Wait your turn"
The ---, 2001 action film starring Jet Li and Carla Gugino
Individual
Only partner?
Telephone button that doesn't have letters
Bill featuring George Washington
___-hit wonder (flash-in-the-pan musician)
Single thing
Smallest till bill
___ of a kind
Bill in a tip jar
It's the loneliest number
Attuned
Word before "blastoff!"
Single
Un, translated
Bill featuring Washington
Single bill
"___ Man Band" (2019 Old Dominion song)
A single entity
Number
Honest about the quantity
____ day at a time
Nine minus eight
Half a pair
Nonspecific person
... & only
Early hour
Top 10 hit from U2's "Achtung Baby" album
Count start
Number of stars on the flag of Texas
"Ready Player ___" (2018 Spielberg film)
Unit
Unity
Start of a count
Prime number factor
Small bill
____ and only
A
What "uno" means in English
Thousand minus nine hundred and ninety-nine
"You're a fine __ to talk"
Washington bill
Number that's its own square root
Vowel’s point value in Scrabble
Solitary
Inseparable
"___ moment, please . . ."
Early hour
With 16-Down, size of many an amuse-bouche
3/4 1/4
Lowest roll on a die
Unbroken
Low digit
Half of 30-Across
Low cardinal number
An hour after noon
Number of K tiles in Scrabble
Unified
Individual
Individual
"___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
Three minus two
Entity
Individual
"You're Still the ___" (1998 Shania Twain hit)
Prime factor
"___ Fine Day" (Michelle Pfeiffer/George Clooney romcom)
Early hour
"___ man's meat is another man's poison"
Half and half?
Half a pair
"Rogue ___: A Star Wars Story"
Early afternoon
Count start
Single thing
Undivided
Top position on a Billboard chart
Gabriel García Márquez's "___ Hundred Years of Solitude"
Ace's value, often
United
Number of states with three-word capitals
Tip jar bill
Washington bill
What two halves make
I might stand for it
Binary digit
Single
Honest about quantity
"Ready Player ___" (2018 film)
Twelve minus eleven
Hour for Basie's jump
Soul mate, with "the"
Any nonzero number raised to the power of zero
Lowest Sudoku number
Half of a pair
Low digit
____ day at a time
With 17-Across, quantity for a small omelet
An hour after noon
Single
Four minus three
United
Single
Billfold item
Uno
"___ Tree Hill" (2003-2012 drama series)
Factor of a prime number
___ size fits all
United
Phone button that lacks letters
Inseparable
Single number following IXOIX?
Half of two
Die roll
"Capricorn ____"
A single entity
TV's "___ Life to Live"
___ of a kind (unique)
Low digit
First counting number
Individual
Gender-neutral pronoun
Gender-neutral pronoun
Single
Single bill
For the road, it may well be unwise
He is the best ___
Jet Li film, with "The"
More than zero but less than two
First number
Lonely number?
Hydrogen's atomic number
Unspecified person
Small bill
An hour after noon
Half a pair
Number
Honest about quantity
Binary digit
Vending machine bill
I was this for Nero
Single
Honest about quantity
Square of itself
"___ of these days ..."
"___ if by land . . ."
"The loneliest number"
George Washington's bill
Indivisible
"___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
Quarter of four
____ in a million
An hour after noon
Low number
Number of syllables in this answer
Point value of a free throw
Five minus four
In accord
Sudoku digit
Number
Honest about quantity
Number of Scrabble X-tiles
Smallest bill
Number of beers that fall off the wall in each round of the song
Tip jar bill
Number of stars in the Solar System
Cardinal number
Very low number
Half of two
Numero uno
Single
Honest about quantity
A
Small bill
Number on a driver
Metallica's first hit
Inseparable
Unmatched
"___ night love affair": Bryan Adams
Washington bill
Anybody who isn’t off key
Half a pair
Number of wheels on a unicycle
Bill featuring a pyramid
Number of lanterns "if by land"
Unseparated
Small bill
Indivisible
Single
Start of long-distance dialing
"____ Good Cop"
"If there's ___ thing I know ..."
Early afternoon
Buck
Square or day follower
Broadway hit song
Single
Honest about quantity
"The loneliest number"
Aptly monosyllabic number
Half of a pair
Wallet stuffer
Lowest sudoku digit
Hydrogen's atomic number
A wee hour
"You had ___ job!"
"Ready Player ___" (2018 Spielberg film)
Dollar bill
Single person
Whole
Single
Ariana Grande's "___ Last Time"
Count start
Individual
"Uno," in English
Undivided
Under ___ roof
Individual
Single
Unit
Yellow ball in pool
Low digit
First positive odd integer
"First off . . ."
Single
Solitary
Number of J tiles in a Scrabble set
"You're the ___ That I Want" ("Grease" song)
"Take ___"
Number
Honest about quantity
Number
Individual
Individual
__ of a kind
Any number divided by itself
Single
Ace's value, at times
A single entity
Single
Honest about quantity
Early hour
Number of US presidents who were never married
Buck
Wee hour
Hour after midnight
“A Chorus Line” song
Individual
Single dollar bill
Single item
Afternoon hour
Number
Honest about quantity
Gender-neutral pronoun
Lowest die roll
Half of two
Small number
Start for step or stop
Count start
____-armed bandit
Extreme IMDb rating
Indivisible
Indivisible
Dollar bill
Small bill
Dollar
Hour after midnight
Washington's bill
It's next to nothing
Result of dividing any nonzero number by itself
Low digit
Dollar bill
Single person
Solitary
Singleton
"__ of Us": Joan Osborne hit
Low digit
Washington bill
Undivided
Count starter
___ size fits all
____ and all, everybody
Before "blastoff"
Word on a dime
Count start
Individual
Number of states that border Maine
Indivisible
It’s the square root of itself
____-armed bandit
United
Formula ___ (class of auto racing)
First number
Not divided
Individual
Free throw value
"The ___ and Only Ivan" (2020 Sam Rockwell film)
Lowest denomination paper currency
Attuned
First in a series
Tip jar bill
“A Chorus Line” song
An hour after midnight
Single unit
__ of these days (eventually)
___ of a kind
Single
Binary digit
Single
Honest about quantity
Number of Super Bowl games won by the Philadelphia Eagles
Just ___ of those things
Single
"____ O'Clock Jump"
"____ Bad Apple"
A single entity
____ and only
Number before "Liftoff!"
Formula ___ racing
Hole in ___
Hour after 12 o'clock
Number of players needed to play solitaire
A person
Smallest positive integer
____-armed bandit
Individual
Single number
Dollar
2020 - 2019
Go back to square ____
Number
Honest about quantity
Ariana Grande's "___ Last Time"end
Count start
Small bill
Early afternoon hour
Number of Eagles' Super Bowl wins
Over a quarter are single
___ size fits all
Last number shouted in a New Year's Eve countdown
Back to square ___
____ and only
Air Force __
Number said just before "Liftoff!"
Chart position for 20 Beatles songs
Wallet item
Number that's also a pronoun
A slim, upright figure
Individual
Yellow pool ball
Single
Honest about quantity
Day __
I, on a sundial
Number
"A Chorus Line" number that's actually a number
Series start
Wallet item
I, on a sundial
Dollar bill
"A Chorus Line" song
"Firstly . . ."
At ____ with (attuned to)
End of a countdown
Low digit
___ of a kind
Smaller than a fin
Half a pair
Number of monosyllabic state names
Bill featuring George Washington
Hole in ____
Count start
Top 10 hit from U2's "Achtung Baby" album
"Blastoff!" preceder
2000 Beatles album ... or its peak position on Billboard
Like many a raver
Single
Number
Honest about quantity
Indivisible
Vending machine insert
Number of monosyllabic Teletubbies
Single
Number that's its own square root
First in a series
Plus-___ (unidentified guest at a wedding, say)
It's a little better than nothing
Buck
Single
Single
Honest about quantity
Half of a pair
TV's "___ Life to Live"
"The loneliest number"
Single
Binary digit
Early afternoon
"___ Tree Hill" (Chad Michael Murray TV series)
Indivisible
Unified
Wallet bill
Pull a fast ___
Early afternoon
Mike tester's word
Undivided
Early afternoon hour
Half of two
Low digit
Number
Honest about quantity
Number of stars in the Solar System
Dollar bill
Ace's value, at times
Pretentious pronoun
“Three...two...___...” (last words of the year, often)
Individual
Aimee Mann song on the "Magnolia" soundtrack
Word on a dollar bill
Billfold item
Small bill
"___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (Ken Kesey novel)
Count start
Inseparable
"It's just ___ of those things"
"____, two, buckle my shoe..."
Count starter
Single
Honest about quantity
Indivisible
Odd number that's not prime
Final word shouted before "Happy New Year!"
Count start
"The ___ and Only Ivan" (Sam Rockwell film about a gorilla)
Half of a pair
Three Musketeers' word
"Ready Player ___" (Tye Sheridan/Olivia Cooke film)
Word before "blastoff"
Early hour
Smallest possible party
"It Happened ____ Night"
Half of snake eyes

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