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The word ORIOLE has appeared in at least 349 clues on different crosswords.

ORIOLE definition(s):

  • mostly tropical songbird; the male is usually bright orange and black
  • American songbird; male is black and orange or yellow
  • Any one of various species of Old World singing birds of the family Oriolidae. They are usually conspicuously colored with yellow and black. The European or golden oriole (Oriolus galbula, or O. oriolus) has a very musical flutelike note.
  • In America, any one of several species of the genus Icterus, belonging to the family Icteridae. See Baltimore oriole, and Orchard oriole, under Orchard.

"""Baltimore"" bird"
"""Golden"" or ""northern"" bird"
"""The Human Vacuum Cleaner"" for one"
1969 World Series competitor
1983 World Series ring recipient
2014 American League East champ
A troupial
A. L. ballplayer
A. L. player
A.L. East athlete
A.L. East player
A.L. cap bird
A.L. player
Adam Jones or Nelson Cruz
"American League ""bird"""
American League East bird
American League bird
American League player.
American Leaguer since '54
American Leaguer since 1954
American Leaguer.
American songbird
An A.L. team emblem
An April loser in 1988
Audubon subject.
"B.J. Surhoff, for one"
Babe Ruth was one.
"Babe Ruth, in 1914."
"Babe Ruth, once"
Ballplayer 33 miles NNE of Matt Feinstein
Baltimore AL er
Baltimore ___ (state bird of Maryland)
Baltimore ___.
Baltimore ___: Maryland state bird
Baltimore athlete
Baltimore ballplayer
Baltimore ballplayer.
Baltimore base-stealer or bunter
Baltimore baseball player
Baltimore baseballer
Baltimore batter
Baltimore bird
Baltimore bird?
Baltimore blackbird
"Baltimore catcher, say"
Baltimore flier
Baltimore flyer
Baltimore man
Baltimore or orchard
Baltimore player
Baltimore pro
Baltimore slugger
Baltimore swinger?
Baltimore's ___ Park
Baltimore's pride.
"Baseball ""bird"""
Baseball bird
Baseball player in black and orange
Batter at Baltimore
Bauer man.
Big league ball player.
Big leaguer
Bird also known as a 'hang-nest'
Bird at Camden Yards
Bird in a dugout
Bird named for its golden plumage
Bird of Baltimore
Bird of baseball
Bird on Cal Ripken's cap
Bird on a Baltimore baseball cap
Bird on a baseball cap
Bird on a cap
Bird on a cap in Baltimore
Bird on an AL cap
Bird or baseball player
Bird or player
Bird popular in Baltimore
Bird that builds hanging nests
Bird that hangs its nest from a branch
Bird that may hit a fly
"Bird whose name means ""golden"""
Bird whose nest hangs
Bird with a ball?
Bird with hanging nest
Black and orange bird
Black and yellow bird
"Black, white and orange bird"
Black-and-gold bird
Black-and-orange bird
Black-and-orange flyer
Black-and-orange singer
Black-and-orange songbird
Black-and-yellow bird.
Blackbird relative
Blackbird's cousin
Blue Jay adversary
Blue Jay foe
Blue Jay opponent
Blue Jay rival
Blue Jay's rival
Blue jay foe
Bobolink's cousin
Bobolink's kin
Bobolink's relative
Boog Powell
"Boog Powell, once"
Bright bird
Bright bird.
Brightly colored bird
Brightly colored bird.
Brightly plumed songbird
Brightly-colored bird
Brightly-colored flier
Brooks Robinson was one
"Brooks Robinson, e.g."
"Brooks Robinson, for 23 years"
"Brooks Robinson, for his entire career"
"Brooks Robinson, for one"
"Brooks Robinson, for years"
"Brooks Robinson, notably"
"Brooks Robinson, once"
"Brooks or Frank Robinson, notably"
Builder of a hanging nest
"Cal Ripken Jr., e.g."
"Cal Ripken Jr., for one"
"Cal Ripken Jr., notably"
Cal Ripken is a famous one
Cal Ripken was one
"Cal Ripken, Jr., e.g."
"Cal Ripken, Jr., for one"
"Cal Ripken, Jr., notably"
"Cal Ripken, e.g."
"Cal Ripken, for all 3,001 of his games"
"Cal Ripken, for example"
"Cal Ripken, for one"
"Cal Ripken, once"
"Cal Ripkin, Jr., for one"
Camden Yard bird?
Camden Yard player
Camden Yard-bird
Camden Yards athlete
Camden Yards ballplayer
Camden Yards baseball player
Camden Yards bird
Camden Yards competitor
Camden Yards denizen
Camden Yards man
Camden Yards nester
Camden Yards player
Camden Yards pro
Camden Yards rooster?
Cardinal cousin
Carl Ripken Jr. is one
"Carl Ripken, for example"
Cartoon bird on a cap
Certain firebird
Charm City ballplayer
Charm City baseballer
Cheer about Brazilian resort singer in black and orange (6)
"Chris Davis, for one"
Colorful bird.
Colorful flier
Colorful passerine bird
Colorful percher
Colorful songbird
Cousin of a meadowlark
Cowbird's cousin
Crow kin
Crow's cousin
Crow.s cousin
Devil Ray rival
Diamond bird
Earl Weaver was one
Earl Weaver's bird
Earl Weaverbird?
Eddie Murray was one
"Eddie Murray, e.g."
Field-guide listing
"Firebird, e.g."
"Frank Robinson, once"
Golden bird.
Halloween colored tree dweller
Hanging-nest builder
Hangnest (6)
Hangnest or firebird
His team has an orange-and-black logo
"J.J. Hardy, for one"
"J.J. Hardy, in 2013"
Jay's cousin
"Jeff Conine, for example"
Jim Palmer or Cal Ripken Jr.
Jim Palmer was one
"Jim Palmer, notably"
"Jim Palmer, once"
"Ken Singleton or Al Bumbry, once"
Magpie cousin
Major League bird
Major leaguer in orange and black
Maker of a hanging nest
"Manny Machado, for one"
Maryland baseballer
Maryland bird
Maryland mitt man
Maryland pro
Maryland state bird
"Maryland state bird, for one"
Maryland state symbol
Maryland symbol
Maryland's bird
Maryland's state bird
"Matt Wieters, for one"
Meadowlark cousin
Meadowlark relative
Meadowlark's cousin
Meadowlark's kin
Meadowlark's relative
Member of Buck Showalter's MLB team
Member of a 1970 championship team
Memorial Stadium ballplayer.
"Memorial Stadium player, once"
Memorial Stadium regular
Met's 1969 World Series rival
National rival
National's local rival
"October, 1970, hero"
One cheered in Baltimore
Orange and black bird
Orange and black songbird
Orange-and-black bird
Orange-and-black flier
Park at Camden Yards
Passerine bird
Player at Camden Yards
Player coached by Earl Weaver
"Player for the team nicknamed ""The Birds"""
Player in orange and black
Player managed by Earl Weaver
Player whose home is near Eutaw Street
"Rafael Palmeiro, for one"
Raven peer?
Ray rival
Ray's opponent
"Reggie Jackson, for one season"
Regional Nat rival
Relative of a bobolink.
Relative of the starling.
Ripken was one
"Ripken, all his career"
"Ripken, for one"
"Second baseman Lenn Sakata, in the early 1980s"
Series star.
"Sosa, briefly"
"St. Louis Brown, after 1954"
"St. Louis Brown, since 1954"
Starling's cousin.
State bird of Maryland
The Australian fig-bird is one
The color tan.
Tiger's rival
"Tiger's rival, sometimes"
Treetop whistler
Twin's rival
"Weaver bird, formerly"
What Albert Belle retired as
"Word from the Latin for ""golden"""
Word with Baltimore or golden
Yankee foe
Yankee opponent
Yankee rival
Yankee rival.
"Yankee vanquisher, in 2014"
Yankee's AL East rival
"Yankee's rival, in the American League East"
Yellow bird.
Yellow-bellied tweeter
Young Babe Ruth
"___ Park, Baltimore"
Frank Robinson was one
Frank Robinson was one
Ripken Jr. was one
American League team member
Baltimore's bird
Jay rival
Jim Palmer, once
Baltimore bird
Baltimore athlete
Gaudy songbird
Baltimore bird
Baltimore player
Chris Davis, for one
Maryland's state bird is one
Raven's spring counterpart?
Baltimore player
Dylan Bundy or Zach Britton
Bird whose name means 'golden'
Jim Palmer, once
Maryland state bird, e.g.
Pro baseball player with an orange-and-black uniform
Camden Yards regular
Bird with orange plumage
Cal Ripken Jr., notably
Colorful bird
Baltimore player
Red-and-black bird
Bird of baseball
Colorful songbird
Camden Yards player
Brooks Robinson was one
Bird heading for oven — one having stuffed part
Baltimore player
Baltimore bird
Baltimore athlete
Baltimore bird
Baltimore player
Blackbird family member
Brightly plumed songbird
Maryland state symbol
Colorful bird
Baltimore bird
Mid-Atlantic state symbol
Builder of a hanging nest
Baltimore bird
Cousin of a meadowlark
Red-and-black bird
Adam Jones, for one
Red-and-black bird
Maryland state bird
Camden Yards player
Camden Yards athlete
Ripken Jr., notably
Camden Yards baseballer
Baltimore pro
Baltimore player
Certain firebird
Camden Yards player
Jim Palmer, once

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