Drunkard

The clue "Drunkard" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on November 12 2018.

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We found 33 possible solutions for the Drunkard clue.

Possible Solution

S O T

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"Drunkard" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Penny Dell - Hard August 25 2021 SOUSE
New York Times August 2 2021 SOT
LA Times July 28 2021 SOT
New York Times July 21 2021 SOT
Crossword Champ Pro December 18 2020 SOT
New York Times December 2 2020 SOT
LA Times July 28 2020 SOT
Daily Pop Crosswords January 28 2020 SOT
Eugene Sheffer January 2 2020 WINO
Eugene Sheffer December 4 2019 SOT
Eugene Sheffer November 12 2019 SOT
Penny Dell - Hard October 29 2019 SOUSE
Eugene Sheffer October 15 2019 SOT
Eugene Sheffer October 7 2019 SOT
Eugene Sheffer September 18 2019 WINO
LA Times September 18 2019 SOT
Eugene Sheffer September 11 2019 SOT
LA Times September 6 2019 SOUSE
Penny Dell - Hard September 5 2019 SOUSE
Eugene Sheffer August 26 2019 SOT
Thomas Joseph August 12 2019 SOT
New York Times August 5 2019 SOT
Crosswords With Friends June 30 2019 SOT
Eugene Sheffer May 14 2019 SOT
Universal May 5 2019 SOT
Thomas Joseph March 29 2019 TOSSPOT
Eugene Sheffer February 18 2019 SOT
Thomas Joseph January 29 2019 TOSSPOT
Universal January 28 2019 SOT
Eugene Sheffer December 17 2018 SOT
Eugene Sheffer December 14 2018 SOT
New York Times November 12 2018 SOT

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New York Times Clues November 12, 2018

'Star Trek' lieutenant who speaks Swahili
'You wouldn't believe it if I told you'
'___ we can' (2008 campaign slogan)
--> or <--
Act all hoity-toity
Affordable German car
Bandleader Shaw
Cain or Abel, to Adam and Eve
Chumps
Clods
Clothing department with jackets and ties
Comment after an amazing fact is stated
Concorde, e.g., for short
Currency unit worth a little more than a dollar
Declare something completely finished
Delete from a manuscript
Drops dead
Drunkard
Eagerly expectant
Equal to face value
Expression of disgust in Valley Girl-speak
Felipe ___, first Dominican manager in M.L.B. history
Garden worker
Giant in streaming video
Give the glad eye
Grp. to call to get a tow
Have surgery
Histories
In ___ of (replacing)
Indian princes
Ingested
Inuit shelter: Var
Italian body of water
Japanese sashes
Les ___-Unis
Like music with traditional harmony
Like some noses and egg yolks
Listerine competitor
Littlest in a litter
Longtime 'S.N.L.' cast member Thompson
Lose in a staring contest
McEntire known as 'The Queen of Country'
Meat in a burger
Minor fight
Moo goo gai pan pan
Mosquito repellent brand
No, in Moscow
Not worth a ___
One-named singer with the 1985 hit 'Smooth Operator'
One-named soccer great
Org. for the Los Angeles Sparks and New York Liberty
Org. with the longtime leader Wayne LaPierre
Panache
Pinocchio, notably
Pre-Little League game
QB's mistake: Abbr
Request from a dentist
Residents of a 1968 movie 'planet'
School attended by princes William and Harry
Self-proclaimed greatest boxer
Sexual appetite
Show up for negotiations ... or a hint for 20-, 33- and 42-Across
Sis's sibling
Site with a 'Shop by category' button
Small construction unit?
Smiley face with hearts for eyes, e.g
Sour
Spiced tea from the East
Tilts
Tiny
Units of work in physics
Walk in the kiddie pool
[LOL]
___ Gay (W.W. II plane)
___ Island, immigrants' landing spot, once
___ Scotia