'-- a pity ...' crossword clue answers

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Answer Letters Clue Relevance
TIS 3 '-- a pity ...' 100%
TIS 3 '-- a pity' 84.615384615385%
ISNT 4 '-- it a pity?' 73.333333333333%
TISA 4 '-- pity!' 72%
ISNT 4 '-- it a pity?' 70.967741935484%
TISA 4 '-- pity' ('Alas') 60.606060606061%
ISNT 4 ''__ it a pity?'' 56.25%
TIS 3 "__ a pity" 53.846153846154%
TIS 3 "___ a pity" 51.851851851852%
QUEL 4 "___ dommage!" ("What a pity!") 30.434782608696%
EEN 3 "__ pity scarce can wish it less!": Byron 21.428571428571%

Related crossword clues

Based on the most relevant answer above (TIS), we also found 358 clues that are similar or possibly related to '-- a pity ...'.

Count Answer
1 '-- a pity'
2 '-- a shame'
3 '-- folly to be wise'
4 '-- the season ...'
5 '-- the season...'
6 '-- the season!'
7 '-- the season to be jolly'
8 "--- the season to be jolly"
9 "--- the season ..."
10 1999 best-selling memoir
11 1999 Frank McCourt book
12 1999 Frank McCourt memoir
13 1999 memoir that was a bestseller
14 "__ a far, far better thing I do..."
15 "__ a pity"
16 "... __ an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers": "Romeo and Juliet"
17 "__ better to have loved ...": Tennyson
18 ''__ better to have loved . . .''
19 "__ folly to be wise": Gray
20 "__ not so deep as a well": Shak.
21 "__ pleasure, sure, to see one's name in print": Byron
22 "'__ some visitor,' I muttered ... ": Poe
23 "__ the gift to be simple ... ": Shaker song
24 "__ the season . . ."
25 "__ the season..."
26 "__ the season ... "
27 "__ the season . . . "
28 "__ the season to be jolly . . ."
29 "__ the season to be jolly ..."
30 "__ the season to be ..."
31 "__ the season ..."
32 "__ the Voice of the Lobster" (poem recited by Alice)
33 "__ the year's midnight ... ": Donne
34 "__ the year's midnight ...": Donne
35 "... ___ a consummation devoutly to be wish'd": Hamlet
36 "___ a consummation devoutly to be wished": Hamlet
37 "___ a dainty thing to command": Cervantes
38 "___ a pity"
39 "___ almost fairy time": Shak.
40 "___ an old tale, and often told" (Scott)
41 "___ an old tale, and often told": Scott
42 "___ Autumn" (1941 jazz standard)
43 "___ Autumn," 1941 song
44 "___ Autumn" (hit 1941 song)
45 "___ Autumn" (Woody Herman hit)
46 "___ better to be vile than vile esteemed": Shakespeare
47 "___ better to have loved ..."
48 "___ better to have loved . . ."
49 "___ better to have loved..."
50 "___ better to have loved . . . "
51 ''___ better to have loved . . .''
52 "___ better to have loved and lost ..."
53 “___ better to have loved and lost ...”
54 "___ better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all"
55 "___ better to have loved and lost . . ."
56 ''___ better to have loved ...''
57 "___ but a scratch" (line from the Black Knight after losing his arm, in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail")
58 " . . . ___ folly to be wise"
59 "___ folly to be wise": Gray
60 "___ folly to be wise" (Gray)
61 "___ folly to be wise"
62 ''___ in my memory lock'd'' (Ophelia)
63 "___ in my memory lock'd": Ophelia
64 "___ in the breath of heaven...": Keats
65 "___ Me, O Lord" (spiritual)
66 "___ midnight, but small thoughts have I of sleep": Coleridge
67 "___ mightiest in the mightiest": Shak.
68 "___ my first night beneath the Sun" (Dickinson poem)
69 ''___ nobler in the mind . . .''
70 "___ not for you to hear what I can speak": "Macbeth"
71 "___ now the very witching time of night": Hamlet
72 ". . . ___ of thee"
73 "... ___ of thee"
74 " . . . ___ of thee"
75 ''... ___ of thee''
76 "___ so appalling - it exhilarates": Dickinson
77 "___ So Sweet" (gospel song)
78 "___ So Sweet to Trust in Jesus"
79 'America' contraction
80 "America" contraction
81 "___ the last rose of summer"
82 "___ the Last Rose of Summer" (old song standard)
83 "___ the last rose of summer" (start of a Thomas Moore poem)
84 "___ the last rose of summer" (Thomas Moore poem starter)
85 “___ the last rose of summer . . . ”
86 "___ the mind that makes the body rich": Petruchio
87 "___ the season . . . "
88 ''___ the season . . .''
89 "___ the season ..."
90 "___ the season ... "
91 ''___ the season ...''
92 "___ the season!"
93 "___ the season"
94 "___ the season..."
95 "___ the season to be ..."
96 "___ the season to be jolly"
97 "'___ the season to be jolly"
98 "___ the season to be jolly . . ."
99 "___ the season to be jolly ..."
100 "___ the season to ..."
101 "___ the season . . ."
102 "___ the Voice of the Lobster" ("Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" poem)
103 "___ the Voice of the Lobster" (Lewis Carroll poem)
104 "___ the wind and nothing more!" ("The Raven")
105 Bard's contraction
106 "___ true"
107 "___ well" (George Washington's last words)
108 "____ a pity"
109 ____ Autumn
110 "____ the season . . ."
111 "____ the season..."
112 "Angela's Ashes" follow-up
113 'Angela's Ashes' sequel
114 “Angela’s Ashes” sequel
115 "Angela's Ashes" sequel
116 "_____ the season..."
117 "...___the season to be jolly"
118 "___the season . . ."
119 Antiquated affirmative
120 Apostrophized affirmative
121 Apt "it's" anagram
122 Beginning of "the season to be jolly"
123 Archaic "Agreed!"
124 Archaic "agreed"
125 Archaic agreement
126 Archaic contraction
127 "Absolutely," for short
128 "Aye!"
129 "Aye, brother"
130 "Aye, true!"
131 "Aye"
132 Frank McCourt book
133 Frank McCourt follow-up
134 Frank McCourt memoir
135 Frank McCourt sequel
136 Frank McCourt title
137 Frank McCourt's follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
138 Common contraction
139 ''Deck the Halls'' contraction
140 Deck the Halls contraction
141 "Deck the Halls" contraction
142 "Deck the Halls" word
143 It comes before the season?
144 It comes before the season
145 It is abbreviated
146 It is, condensed
147 It is contracted
148 It is fancy?
149 It is, for short
150 It is (poetic) ('3)
151 It is (poetic)
152 It is, poetically
153 It is poetically
154 It is shorter?
155 It is, that is
156 It is, to Tennyson
157 It is, to Tennyson
158 It is,poetically
159 Elevator innovator
160 Contracted agreement
161 Contraction in a Christmas song
162 Contraction in "America"
163 Contraction in Hamlet's soliloquy
164 Contraction missing an i
165 Contraction seen only during "the season"
166 Diatonic notes
167 It starts the season
168 Christmas carol contraction
169 Christmas contraction
170 Christmas song contraction
171 It's another way
172 It's contracted
173 Country follower
174 It's for Brit Lit class
175 It's for poets
176 It's found in poetry?
177 First word of a Frank McCourt title
178 It's from the old days
179 It's in a carol?
180 It's in a lot of poetry?
181 It's in an old way
182 It's in many poems
183 It's in much poetry
184 It's in old poems
185 It’s in poetry
186 It's in poetry?
187 It's in poetry
188 Follow-up to "Angela's Ashes"
189 Follow-up to the best seller "Angela's Ashes"
190 Follower of "Angela's Ashes"
191 Follower of "My country"
192 Indeed, archaically
193 "Indeedy"
194 Carol contraction
195 Carol opener
196 Carol's contraction
197 "Here ___"
198 "Fa la la la la, la la la la" follower
199 "Mos def!"
200 Not 'tain't
201 Sequel to a 1996 Pulitzer memoir
202 Sequel to "Angela's Ashes"
203 "That he is mad, ___ true"
204 "That so?" reply
205 Sole word in the last chapter of "Angela's Ashes"
206 "That's right," quaintly
207 Notes
208 Notes after las or word sung after "la la la la la la la la"
209 Notes after las
210 Notes between las and dos
211 "Whether __ nobler ... ": Hamlet
212 "Whether __ nobler ...": Hamlet
213 "Whether __ nobler in the mind ...": Hamlet
214 ''Whether ___ nobler ...''
215 "Whether ___ nobler ..."
216 "Whether ___ nobler..."
217 “Whether ___ nobler ...”
218 "Whether ___ nobler in the mind ..." (Hamlet)
219 "Whether ___ nobler in the mind ...": Hamlet
220 "Whether ___ nobler in the mind ..." ("Hamlet")
221 "Whether ___ nobler in the mind to suffer...": Hamlet
222 "Whether ___ nobler in the mind . . ."
223 "Whether ___ nobler . . ."
224 'Whether -- nobler ...'
225 "Whether --- nobler ..."
226 Seventh tones
227 Verbal contraction.
228 Verbal contraction
229 "Verily"
230 "Verily so"
231 Shakespearean contraction
232 Quaint affirmation
233 Quaint agreement
234 Quaint confirmation
235 Quaint contraction
236 Quaint "Quite!"
237 Music notes
238 Musical notes
239 Musical sevenths
240 Musical syllables
241 Song syllables
242 Musical tones
243 McCourt book
244 McCourt memoir after "Angela's Ashes"
245 McCourt memoir
246 McCourt title
247 McCourt work
248 'My country, -- ...'
249 "My country __ ... "
250 "My country __ ..."
251 "My country, __ ..."
252 "My country, __ of thee"
253 "My country, __ of thee . . ."
254 "My country __ of thee"
255 "My country __ of thee ..."
256 ''My country __ . . .''
257 "My country, ___ . . ."
258 "My country, ___ ..."
259 "My country, ___ . . . "
260 "My country ___ . . . "
261 "My country, ___ of . . ."
262 "My Country, ___ of Thee"
263 "My country, ___ of thee ..."
264 "My country ___ of thee ..."
265 "My country, ___ of thee . . . "
266 "My country, ___ of thee . . ."
267 "My country, ___ of thee..."
268 "My Country ___ of Thee"
269 "My country, ___ of . . . "
270 "My country, ___ ... "
271 "My country, ____ of thee..."
272 "My country" follower
273 ''My country'' follower, in song
274 ''My country'' follower
275 'My country -- of thee'
276 'My country, -- of thee'
277 My country's follower?
278 Poetic contraction.
279 Poetic contraction usually at the start of a line
280 Poetic contraction
281 Poetic "it is"
282 Poetic verbal contraction.
283 Poetic word
284 The season opener?
285 ... the season to be jolly
286 ... the season to be jolly ('3)
287 ' the season ...'
288 Poet's contraction
289 Poets' it is
290 Poet's it is
291 Poets' word
292 La followers
293 "True dat," quaintly
294 True dat, to Shakespeare
295 Old-fashioned contraction
296 Polynesian plants
297 Polynesian trees
298 Old-school "Indeed!"
299 Old-timey affirmation
300 Memoir that preceded "Teacher Man"
301 Las' followers
302 Last word in "Angela's Ashes"
303 Last word of "Angela's Ashes"
304 Lead-in to "the season"
305 Peckish
306 Preceder of the season
307 Rejoinder to "'tain't!"
308 Present-tense 'twas
309 Noel contraction
310 Opposite of 't aint
311 Opposite of 'tain't
312 Moore's "_____ the Last Rose of Summer"
313 Retort to "T'aint!"
314 Not counting fas and las, word after "holly"
315 Woody Herman's "'___ Autumn"
316 Woody Herman's "___ Autumn"
317 Woody Herman's "_____ Autumn"
318 Woody Herman's "--- Autumn"
319 Word after "la la la la"
320 Word after "My country"
321 Word before "the season to be jolly"
322 They come before dos
323 Word repeated in Emily Dickinson's "___ so much joy! ___ so much joy!"
324 Word that begins with an apostrophe
325 Word that follows "Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la"
326 'Twas in the present?
327 'Twas today?
328 Word you pretty much only hear during The Season
329 Sit back?
330 Scale notes after las
331 Scale notes
332 Scale syllables
333 Third word before "to be jolly"
334 Third word in "America"
335 Third word of ''America''
336 Third word of America
337 Third word of 'America'
338 Third word of "America"
339 "'Taint" comeback
340 '''Taint'' comeback
341 "T'aint!" opposite
342 "'Tain't" rebuttal
343 "Tain't" rebuttal
344 '''Tain't'' rebuttal
345 "'Tain't" retort
346 "Tain't" retort
347 "T'ain't" retort
348 '''Tain't'' retort
349 What precedes the season?
350 "Yep"
351 Seasonal contraction
352 Start of the season?
353 Start to the season?
354 " . . . to bed; ___ almost fairy time": Shak.
355 Yule contraction
356 Yuletide contraction
357 "So true, my old-timey friend!"
358 "Where ignorance is bliss, ___ folly to be wise"

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