|College Athletic Nicknames That Don't End in S|
Most athletic names end in S but not these 35 from the college ranks.
It's All in Your Head
The way you think means everything, and the 50 words here define how you think.
By Dean Koontz
We pay homage to the chiller master's decades of bestselling work with this puzzle of 68 of his works.
We won't charge you $104 for the barrel of fun you'll have finding the 28 words that go with OIL.
Bob DYLan gave us the idea for this Word Find of 41 6-or-longer words containing YL--or was it Crystal gaYLe?
|Famous People Known by Three Names|
Each of the 51 notables gathered here is generally known by first, middle, and last name.
Turn on the HEAT
44 words that add a little sizzle--though after this past summer, "freeze" might be more welcome.
Black-and-White Movies Since 1970
In a world of technicolor, these 32 films echo old Hollywood by being totally or partially (and successfully) monochromatic.
We FEel a magnetic person like yourself can FErret out the hidden 39 words and phrases containing IRON.
Famous Swedish People
These 51 noted people or groups are all natives of Sweden or totally associated with the Scandinavian nation.
|Nevada Cities and Towns|
Most of the sparsely-settled Silver State's citizens live in one of these 37 municipalities.
A Knotty Word Search
Can you untangle this Gordian Puzzle of 66 different kinds of Knots?
Mmm Mmm Good Puzzle
Can you find the 34 synonyms for "Mmm Mmm Good" in today's Word Search?
Lawrences Et Al
48 famous folks whose first names are Lawrence, Laurence, Larry, or the like are layered into today's grid.
TONs of Fun
... is what you'll have finding the 38 5-or-longer words beginning or ending with TON.
No camera, no action--just 53 sources of Light.
Each of these 34 generic people has a name ending in SS.
Sweet and Savory Pies
Whether as desserts or entrees, the 45 pies baking here make a mouth-watering Word Find.
These 74 characters made the HBO "family" series a favorite of critics and viewers alike.
English from Tupi
These 30 words have come into English from Tupi, a language family of the peoples south of the Amazon River.