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The word SPOONER has appeared in at least 44 clues on different crosswords.

"""May I sew you to another sheet?"" speaker"
"""The Lord is a shoving leopard"" speaker"
"""The weight of rages will press hard upon the employer"" speaker"
"""Well-boiled icicle"" coiner"
"""Well-boiled icicles"" man"
Blushing crow for crushing blow man
Clergyman known for slips of tongue
Cleric famous for bloopers
Cleric known for bloopers
Cleric known for lopping sweaters?
Deviser of humorous sound transpositions.
Famed twister of words
"He said ""pro nose"" in lieu of ""no prose"""
"Inadvertent creator of phrases like ""well-boiled icicle"""
Legendary speech garbler
"Man known for witty reversals as ""I'll sew you to a sheet."""
Memorable consonant transposer
"Name linked to ""This pie is occupewed"" etc."
Noted word botcher
Old lover who used no prose
Oxford don reputed to mix words
"Rev. William who originated the phrase ""a blushing crow"""
"Reverend credited with saying ""The Lord is a shoving leopard"""
Reverend famous for bloopers
Reverend famous for swapping sounds
Reverend honored in this puzzle
"Reverend known for ""bird watching"""
Reverend known for swapping initial word sounds
Reverend known for watching birds?
Reverend noted for 'bird watching'
"Reverend of the ""swell foop"" and ""blushing crow"""
"Reverend who was a bird-watcher... or rather, a word-botcher"
"Reverend whose name is linked to terms like ""Pazz and Jop,"" and this puzzle's theme answers"
"Smith in ""I, Robot"""
Sound-swapping reverend
Sound-switching reverend
Transposing reverend
"When he botched words, he watched birds"
Word-botching Reverend
Oxford don associated with slips similar to 17- 28- 45- and 59-Across
Reverend known for "bird watching"
Word-botching Oxford don
Second pro hurt taking one in kisser?
W A —, English clergyman renowned for his transposition of the initial consonants of a pair of words in a sentence

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