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Break - Huddle ender

Word by letter:
  • Break - Letter on B
  • 1 - st. word B
  • 2 - st. word R
  • 3 - st. word E
  • 4 - st. word A
  • 5 - st. word K

All questions by word:
Break - A bit of luck in snooker Break - A lucky escape? Break - And 14: living on the edge, divers known to have vigorous urge to blaze a trail Break - Baker (anag.) Break - Baker, butcher and shatter? Break - Bar and mike teavee's wrapper go around 11? Break - Better opportunity to disclose damage Break - Billiards rest? Break - Bit of luck Break - Bust ringleader imprisoned by magistrate Break - Chance to split Break - Coffee Break - Coffee time Break - Come apart Break - Damage - interrupt Break - Deviate from strict formation thus to find snark? Break - Disclose opportunity to stop working Break - Fold under pressure Break - Fracture Break - Get smashed in interval Break - Go all to pieces Break - Go to pieces? Break - Heart ______ Break - Hiatus Break - Holiday Break - Holiday - destroy Break - Holiday snap Break - Holiday; decipher (code) Break - How smashing to have this for 27 across! Break - Huddle ender Break - Intermission ... or what you can do to the starts of 17-, 24-, 38-, 46- and 59-across Break - Interrupt - rest period Break - Interrupt a rest period Break - Interrupt; holiday Break - Interval Break - It could be lucky or painful! Break - Not a smashingly straight ball Break - Recess Break - Require fixing Break - Respite Break - Respite from work Break - Rest period Break - Rest that a billiards player wants as high as possible? Break - Run into schoolmaster in interval between lessons Break - See 15 Break - Shatter Break - Shatter; respite Break - Short recess Break - Shout from those huddled together Break - Smash Break - Snap Break - Sounds as if you must put your foot on it to smash it (5) Break - Split the rest Break - Start a billiards game Break - Start a game of eight-ball Break - Start a game of pool Break - Start playing snooker, getting a series of points Break - Stroke of luck Break - Take five Break - Tame Break - The rest can't stand the strain Break - Time for coffee Break - Time off for lunch, say Break - Time off to slow down, we hear Break - Time off working Break - Time-out for coffee Break - Type of dancing Break - Vacation; snap Break - What one may do to 17- and 60-across and 11- and 28-down Break - With 57-down, part of a morning routine Break - With 65-across, go against the group ... or what the circled squares literally do in the answers to the starred clues