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Here’s the very first crossword puzzle, designed by Arthur Wynne. It appeared in the New York World on December 21, 1913.
10-18. What bargain hunters enjoy.
A written acknowledgment.
Such and nothing more.
Opposed to less.
What this puzzle is.
An animal of prey.
The close of a day.
The plural of is.
A bar of wood or iron.
What artists learn to do.
Found on the seashore.
The fiber of the gomuti palm. 6-22.
13-21. What we all should be.
A day dream.
Part of your head.
A river in Russia.
An aromatic plant.
To agree with.
Part of a ship.
To sink in mud.
Added: 3rd April 2008
Posted By: Teresa
|Posted by: Teresa on 2008-04-03
it didn't copy right . . but u can still get the drift . . how would you have done?
|Posted by: tommy7 on 2008-04-03
Crossword puzzles are like Scrabble they both publish dictionaries because they're words hardly used in real life situations.I have late 19th early 20th century newspapers and the lingo used then is no longer used.
|Posted by: Naomi on 2008-04-04
I LOVE crossword puzzles! I had a good friend who would always get so po'd at me because I always used a pen when I did them and she thought I was just being a know-it-all... Hey, I just used White-Out when I had to!
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