King or queen

The clue "King or queen" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on January 19 2019.

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"King or queen" in other crosswords:
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New York Times June 30 2020 MATTRESS
LA Times March 30 2019 BED
New York Times January 19 2019 PIECE

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New York Times Clues January 19, 2019

Leafleter's cry
Betrays a scratchy throat
Under tight control
They're down in the mouth
Fat burner?
Three-syllable woman's name meaning "gift"
King of the stage
"Not feeling it"
Third of a dozen?
Freckle, e.g.
Combat sport, for short
Squeeze (out)
Task on a summer to-do list
Actress Jessica
Coat under feathers
What most online passwords are
"Becoming" someone?
Mine field?
G.O.P. grp.
Jar filler
Dict. abbr.
Sch. in Ames
Start of a cry that ends "bah!"
Hypocritical grp. at Harper Valley Junior High, in song
Spot for some piercings
Bugs of a sort, for short
What one of the five Olympic rings stands for
Musical title that's 19-Across spelled backward
2016 or 2028
Original name of Mount Rainier
Chemistry exam?
Sauce brand
Left for
8 on the Mohs hardness scale
One of two poles
Olympic swimming gold medalist Ledecky
Idris of "The Dark Tower"
Get ready to swing, with "up"
Film with the tagline "The nightmare isn't over!"
Much of the population of Iran
Something to chew on
Parts of some caravans, for short
Stretch for relaxation
Traditional drink with sedative and euphoriant properties
"Listen up!"
Traditional symbols of royalty
Participate in a speed round?
Where writing is believed to have been invented
Chinese e-commerce giant
Many editorial workstations
School sounds
Stilted performance, perhaps?
Tries to smack
Tic ___ (mints)
Suits and such
In on
King or queen
Was high on
Words of explanation
Check words
Persian word from which "chess" comes
Deal preceder
Landmark 1970s Supreme Court case, informally
"4 real?!?"
Org. concerned with traffic