Dict. listing

The clue "Dict. listing" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on January 17 2019.

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"Dict. listing" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
New York Times August 29 2021 SYN
NewsDay.com June 16 2021 DEF
Wall Street Journal May 11 2020 DEF
New York Times January 17 2019 FED

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New York Times Clues January 17, 2019

Made jokes
Slim amphibian
Genre for Jay-Z and Master P
Relative of a llama
"Damn right!"
Carnegie ___
Two tablespoons
Shovel's go-with
Performances with no accompaniment
Mostly bygone airline amenity
Many a Clint Eastwood role
Bay of ___, body separating Spain and France
Chick of jazz
Plea at sea
Jumping-off points?
"The Simpsons" clown
Brexit land
Govt. ID
E.M.T., at times
Dict. listing
One interred in Red Square
Line on a weather map
Sated for now, with "over"
"Thelma & Louise" studio
Attends without a date
Toboggan, e.g.
Yugoslav-American tennis great
___ Major
Question that might be answered "Muy bien, y usted?"
Belgian brew, familiarly
Movie franchise that set a record opening weekend gross in 2018 ($640 million)
Be visibly precarious
Neighbor of Homer
Dumb ___ (oafs)
Fills to the gills
Some Nellies and Noras, formally
Printing of a magazine with two different covers, e.g.
Green prefix
Matisse's "La ___"
What Alice goes through to find "Jabberwocky" printed backward
Baylor's home
Quite wee
Home of the Tisch Sch. of the Arts
"The magic word"
Epic that opens "Of arms and the man I sing ..."
Geometric diamonds
Meme feline
Hosp. areas
Hindu retreats
Aspen or Tahoe
Always, to a bard
One taken by the arm
Grosses out
Volcanic rocks
Native of Florence, e.g.
Head over heels
Ending with Fannie or Ginnie
County in England or New Jersey
Leaders before 41-Across
French "to be"
Maniacal leader?
Big name in denim