Clues for: Rhyme Time

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A command to the Lone Ranger's companion to move quickly "Pronto, Tonto" 200 November 5, 2014
A command to the Lone Ranger's companion to move quickly "Pronto, Tonto" 200 November 5, 2014
An Athenian computer nerd a Greek geek 400 November 5, 2014
An Athenian computer nerd a Greek geek 400 November 5, 2014
Home for a king in the "Big D" a Dallas palace 600 November 5, 2014
Home for a king in the "Big D" a Dallas palace 600 November 5, 2014
A pleasant-smelling tramp or rover a fragrant vagrant 800 November 5, 2014
A pleasant-smelling tramp or rover a fragrant vagrant 800 November 5, 2014
The sense that the science of plants is getting repetitive, day in & day out botany monotony 1000 November 5, 2014
The sense that the science of plants is getting repetitive, day in & day out botany monotony 1000 November 5, 2014
A neat, smartly dressed musical performer like 50 Cent or Eminem dapper rapper 400 July 4, 2013
A neat, smartly dressed musical performer like 50 Cent or Eminem dapper rapper 400 July 4, 2013
A magazine story about a neutron or proton particle article 600 July 4, 2013
A magazine story about a neutron or proton particle article 600 July 4, 2013
An egotistical person from Copenhagen vane Dane 800 July 4, 2013
An egotistical person from Copenhagen vane Dane 800 July 4, 2013
Early bird, caller, dauber, free space bingo lingo 1000 July 4, 2013
Early bird, caller, dauber, free space bingo lingo 1000 July 4, 2013
A wide & heavy rectangular block for building a thick brick 200 February 4, 2013
A wide & heavy rectangular block for building a thick brick 200 February 4, 2013
Dumb god of love stupid Cupid 400 February 4, 2013
Dumb god of love stupid Cupid 400 February 4, 2013
Ball-peen noise a hammer clamor 600 February 4, 2013
Ball-peen noise a hammer clamor 600 February 4, 2013
Filet of cobra a snake steak 800 February 4, 2013
Filet of cobra a snake steak 800 February 4, 2013
A surgeon who oversees your exams a doctor proctor 1000 February 4, 2013
A surgeon who oversees your exams a doctor proctor 1000 February 4, 2013
To toss unbaked bread to throw dough 200 October 22, 2009
Genuine azure or teal true blue 400 October 22, 2009
Puppet Judy's pugilistic spouse's midday meals Punch\'s lunches 600 October 22, 2009
Movie for a fever-causing Rocky Mountain insect a tick flick 800 October 22, 2009
A refuting argument regarding the reusable space vehicle a Shuttle rebuttal 1000 October 22, 2009
The scowl of a circus buffoon a clown frown 200 March 13, 2009
The mark of Zorro, when he doesn't charge you for it a free "Z" 400 March 13, 2009
An African equine born under the sign of the scales a zebra Libra 600 March 13, 2009
The only tibia a lone bone 800 March 13, 2009
An aristocratic prestidigitator a patrician magician 1000 March 13, 2009
A fat & sagging striped house cat a flabby tabby 200 May 8, 2008
What's that putrid odor coming from Paris & Nice? a French stench 400 May 8, 2008
A minuscule spirit in a magic lamp a teeny genie 600 May 8, 2008
A nearer food merchant a closer grocer 800 May 8, 2008
Fine powdery remains from a piece of oxidized metal rust dust 1000 May 8, 2008
A black layer of accumulated dirt grime 200 March 6, 2008
A white-faced impersonator a mime 400 March 6, 2008
Adjective meaning so awe-inspiringly beautiful as to be almost heavenly sublime 600 March 6, 2008
To prepare a gun for firing by inserting a charge to prime 800 March 6, 2008
Adjective for 3 Canadian provinces on the Gulf of St. Lawrence maritime 1000 March 6, 2008
A 10-cent small green citrus fruit a dime lime 200 February 21, 2008
A stage play about a woolly South American beast of burden a llama drama 400 February 21, 2008
Desires an assortment of letter types & characters for the computer wants fonts 600 February 21, 2008
Washes a pair of eye contacts cleanses lenses 800 February 21, 2008
One orator who is more timid than another weaker speaker (or meeker speaker) 1000 February 21, 2008
A really extensive musical ballad a long song 200 July 19, 2007
A jacket for a nanny or a billy a goat coat 400 July 19, 2007
A rather hefty Webelo or Tenderfoot a stout Scout 600 July 19, 2007
A bed covering made from bits & pieces of Scottish skirts a kilt quilt 800 July 19, 2007
An engineless aircraft for a brown recluse a spider glider 1000 July 19, 2007
It's common slang for a huge 18-wheeler a big rig 200 May 4, 2007
Dirt on a 10-cent piece dime grime 400 May 4, 2007
Throw dental thread around toss floss 600 May 4, 2007
A query about the process by which food is broken down, absorbed & assimilated by the body a digestion question 800 May 4, 2007
Debacle following the spilling of McIlhenny's famous hot sauce a Tabasco fiasco 1000 May 4, 2007
Cozy corner where you'd keep paperbacks & hardbacks book nook 200 February 13, 2007
A Twix or Jolly Rancher after it's been dropped on the beach sandy candy 400 February 13, 2007
Place designed for a small spraying striped animal to sleep skunk bunk 600 February 13, 2007
A weak, not in the best of health gastropod of the common garden variety frail snail 800 February 13, 2007
A sofa-bound grumbling, sulky person couch grouch 1000 February 13, 2007
TIGI has a line of hair products called this, to give you that tousled, just woken up look Bed Head 200 November 22, 2005
Glow with nostalgia & name this brand seen here Lite-Brite 400 November 22, 2005
This candy, taffy with a peanut butter center, comes in a yellow & black checkered wrapper Abba-Zabba 600 November 22, 2005
This kids' show features the colorful character seen here <i>Blue\'s Clues</i> 800 November 22, 2005
Allen Ginsberg is said to have coined this phrase for the peaceful goals of the '60s counterculture flower power 1000 November 22, 2005
Any pigment on the wall so faded you can barely see it faint paint 200 November 18, 2005
A manly tortilla chip smothered with melted cheese a macho nacho 400 November 18, 2005
The way to the tub the bath path 600 November 18, 2005
Accept the loan of someone else's pain & sadness borrow sorrow 800 November 18, 2005
Mitral valve or ventricle a heart part November 18, 2005
A sentimental song about a Waldorf or Caesar a salad ballad 200 July 7, 2005
A quick drawing of a curly-haired dog a poodle doodle 400 July 7, 2005
A story with a moral about Adam & Eve's second son an Abel fable 600 July 7, 2005
Salute that grand old university in New Haven hail Yale 800 July 7, 2005
One who steals a legal document like a summary or abstract a brief thief July 7, 2005
An intelligent beginning a smart start 200 January 27, 2005
A more obese baseball slugger a fatter batter 400 January 27, 2005
A wealthy sorceress a rich witch 600 January 27, 2005
Written text of a movie about an underground burial chamber a crypt script 800 January 27, 2005
Voraciously eat an "all-purpose" baking ingredient devour flour 1000 January 27, 2005
Term used about a baseball team that's hot until the end of May then collapses June swoon 200 December 28, 2004
If you have a grudge against Clinton, you bear Bill this feeling ill will 400 December 28, 2004
A person who dresses & behaves like a member of the opposite sex a gender bender 600 December 28, 2004
No one would apply this term for a drab or unattractive woman to actress Seymour plain jane 800 December 28, 2004
Woo her with an expensive Chateau Petrus & a fine gigot d'agneau wine & dine 1000 December 28, 2004
One-word name of a portable dwelling of native Americans, especially on the great plains teepee 200 December 13, 2004
The title of this Dr. Seuss book is evident from the illustration seen here <i>Hop on Pop</i> 400 December 13, 2004
Varieties of this brand of seasoned coating mix from Kraft include Tangy Honey Glaze & Original Pork Shake \'n Bake 600 December 13, 2004
To tell someone to relax, you can use the slang phrase "take a" this rhyming pharmaceutical term a chill pill 800 December 13, 2004
At many Starbucks you can surf the Internet cordless with this type of rhyming computer network card Wi-Fi 1000 December 13, 2004
$1.99 for a box of Uncle Ben's rice price 200 March 3, 2004
A chilly swimming basin cool pool 400 March 3, 2004
A large, noisy group of people loud crowd 600 March 3, 2004
Where to hide your sodium chloride salt vault 800 March 3, 2004
Smooched with the composer of "Hungarian Rhapsodies" kissed Liszt 1000 March 3, 2004
Society of Friends member who works as a bread cook Quaker baker 200 September 24, 2002
A frightening milk production facility scary dairy 400 September 24, 2002
An overloaded Corvette heavy Chevy 600 September 24, 2002
Someone who gorges himself on sheep meat mutton glutton 800 September 24, 2002
A defeated Minoan beaten Cretan 1000 September 24, 2002
A short golf stroke by a mongrel dog mutt putt 200 May 30, 2002
Odd-looking hair growth on your chin weird beard 400 May 30, 2002
Potentially dangerous bourbon risky whiskey 600 May 30, 2002
Non-evil tree product good wood 800 May 30, 2002
An automobile gear-shifting device from Holland Dutch clutch 1000 May 30, 2002
Mus musculus, this grayish-brown rodent lives in or near domiciles a house mouse 100 September 3, 2001
Abbreviated term for the genre that includes Isaac Asimov & Ursula K. Le Guin sci-fi 200 September 3, 2001
The title of hits by Madonna & Tommy James & The Shondells, it's slang for naughty behavior hanky panky 400 September 3, 2001
This hyphenated term means haphazard or disorganized willy-nilly 500 September 3, 2001
Restaurateur Trader Vic created this rum & curacao cocktail a mai tai September 3, 2001
This cocoa brand will "warm the heart" Swiss Miss 100 February 23, 2001
The pacifistic influence of the 1960s hippie movement Flower power 200 February 23, 2001
In 1992 Charles Barkley, Karl Malone, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, et. al. Dream Team 300 February 23, 2001
A holiday song says, "Have" this type of "Christmas, It's the best time of the year" Holly Jolly 400 February 23, 2001
Rae Dawn Chong starred in this 1984 film about urban kids who breakdance & rap <i>Beat Street</i> 500 February 23, 2001
A noisy cumulonimbus Loud cloud 100 January 1, 2001
A grizzly that isn't hip Square bear 200 January 1, 2001
An adorable wind instrument Cute flute 300 January 1, 2001
A hilarious little rabbit Funny bunny 400 January 1, 2001
A fake foot covering a mock sock 500 January 1, 2001
Weighty package shouldered by a frog relative Toad load 100 July 13, 1999
A non-excited ointment Calm balm 200 July 13, 1999
A speech disease-ridden rats might hear in church Vermin sermon 300 July 13, 1999
A small army unit for Shiva or Zeus God squad 400 July 13, 1999
A polecat who emulates the Sex Pistols Punk skunk 500 July 13, 1999
A skinny female monarch Lean queen 100 May 13, 1998
Any seasoning for pilaf Rice spice 200 May 13, 1998
Instruct college kids on the art of oration Teach speech 300 May 13, 1998
A casaba or cantaloupe in serious trouble with the law Melon felon 400 May 13, 1998
A disease that breaks out in the Netherlands' seat of government Hague plague 500 May 13, 1998
Noah's boat, if he painted it black Dark ark 100 March 16, 1998
A thief who steals tomes from the library Book crook 200 March 16, 1998
A fruity bread spread that really reeks Smelly jelly 300 March 16, 1998
Mr. Doody, when he looks frumpy Dowdy Howdy 400 March 16, 1998
Faux gateau Fake cake 500 March 16, 1998
An oak or elm at no cost Free tree 100 May 19, 1997
A lunar eating utensil Moon spoon 200 May 19, 1997
Amiable rodents Nice mice 300 May 19, 1997
Amply heated housing for students Warm dorm 400 May 19, 1997
Any irritable New York baseball player Cranky Yankee 500 May 19, 1997
A short, chunky race horse rider a stocky jockey 100 April 7, 1997
Cozy corner in which to store your bestsellers a book nook 200 April 7, 1997
It's what you might call a smart-mouthed young Scottish woman a brassy lassie (or a sassy lassie) 300 April 7, 1997
A stain from a hot chocolate sundae a fudge smudge 400 April 7, 1997
Official penman for the Pima or Navajo a tribe scribe 500 April 7, 1997
Holiday celebrating the first of the fifth month, or an S.O.S. May Day 100 March 20, 1997
To disdain an eared vegetable Scorn corn 200 March 20, 1997
It's where Pele stores his ball Soccer locker 300 March 20, 1997
A perch platter Fish dish 400 March 20, 1997
It's the second of 3 violins in a row Middle fiddle 500 March 20, 1997
To knock down General George S. Flatten Patton 100 March 12, 1997
A really big southpaw Hefty lefty 200 March 12, 1997
A humorous Scandinavian dwarf of folklore Droll troll 300 March 12, 1997
A person who teaches you to imitate an owl Hooter tutor 400 March 12, 1997
A pumpkin suffering from ennui Bored gourd 500 March 12, 1997
Handbags for RNs Nurses\' Purses 100 April 1, 1996
A strange goatee Weird Beard 200 April 1, 1996
An insatiable eater of aged sheep meat Mutton Glutton 300 April 1, 1996
Donor of a hepatic organ Liver Giver 400 April 1, 1996
A magazine piece on the neutron or electron Particle Article 500 April 1, 1996
Above-average balsa or oak good wood 100 November 6, 1995
A heavy & unbroken slumber a deep sleep 200 November 6, 1995
The principal pickpocket the chief thief 300 November 6, 1995
Exaggerated tale about a farm structure barn yarn 400 November 6, 1995
An all-important bet a major wager 500 November 6, 1995
2,000 pounds one ton 100 September 28, 1992
A hit below the belt a low blow 200 September 28, 1992
A class that teaches you all about equines a horse course 300 September 28, 1992
The type of tome penned by Paul Prudhomme a cookbook 400 September 28, 1992
She played the beauty in a classic 1933 film about a beast Fay Wray 500 September 28, 1992
A public recreation area devoid of light a dark park 100 March 6, 1992
A cloaklike garment for a gorilla an ape cape 200 March 6, 1992
An inexpensive Army vehicle a cheap jeep 300 March 6, 1992
A quick, casual kiss on the nape a neck peck 400 March 6, 1992
A silent mob scene a quiet riot 500 March 6, 1992
A person of consequence in a high official position, or what Dolly Parton wears on her head big wig 100 October 30, 1990
Your M&M's after you drop them on the beach sandy candy 200 October 30, 1990
The lemon-flavored variety of a wobbly dessert yellow Jell-O 300 October 30, 1990
In the title of an '89 film, Michael Keaton & his mental patient pals were collectively known as this <i>The Dream Team</i> 400 October 30, 1990
An Andean pack animal that has offspring llama mama 500 October 30, 1990
What Mia would keep in her quiver if she took up archery Farrow\'s Arrows 100 May 2, 1990
What you could have filled at a pharmacy in Cairo Egyptian Prescription 200 May 2, 1990
A more adorable guy who wants to marry you Cuter Suitor 300 May 2, 1990
To hurt Fred Astaire's dancing partner Injure Ginger 400 May 2, 1990
A typical evening gown Normal Formal 500 May 2, 1990
Mother Goose character who sat on a wall & had a great fall Humpty Dumpty 100 March 16, 1990
Knock, KnockWho's there?Boo! Boo, Who? 200 March 16, 1990
1940's style with tight cuffed trousers. wide lapels & heavily padded shoulders Zoot Suit 300 March 16, 1990
Mischievous imp that might wreck the machinery in a Moscow landmark Kremlin Gremlin 400 March 16, 1990
A minor traffic accident Fender Bender 500 March 16, 1990
An over-eater of sheep meat Mutton Glutton 100 November 3, 1989
A rapid reeling out of fishing line Fast Cast 200 November 3, 1989
In boxing it could be Caesars Palace or Madison Square Garden Fight Site 300 November 3, 1989
Animator Tex Avery described this Walter Lantz penguin as devoid of personality Chilly Willy 400 November 3, 1989
He takes the minutes at a powwow Tribe Scribe 500 November 3, 1989
A verdant vegetable a green bean 100 January 3, 1989
An order to put shaving cream all over the face of CBS news anchor Dan lather Rather 200 January 3, 1989
A ship for shipping the animals from whose milk we get feta cheese a boat goat 300 January 3, 1989
A discriminating gumshoe a selective detective 400 January 3, 1989
An enthusiastic promoter of chanticleers a rooster booster 500 January 3, 1989
A grandstander, or one especially good at pistol target practice a hot shot 100 January 25, 1988
Counterfeit cash funny money 200 January 25, 1988
This fruit-garnished rum cocktail isn't indigenous to Hawaii but arrived there in 1953 a mai tai 400 January 25, 1988
The queue at the cashier's widow to pay your traffic ticket, or what's drawn by a pen with a 0.3mm point a fine line 500 January 25, 1988
Title of the following, it was Shirley Ellis' follow-up hit to "The Nitty Gritty":"Tony, Tony, bo Bony banana fanna fo FonyFee fy mo Mony, Tony!(Pretty good! Let's do Billy!)Billy, Billy, bo Billy..." "The Name Game" January 25, 1988