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Ere - Before, in verse Ere - Up until Ere - Afore Ere - Palindromic preposition Ere - Poetic preposition Ere - Poet's preposition Ere - Poet's 'before' Ere - Prior to, poetically Ere - Before Ere - Before, once Ere - Before, in poetry Ere - Middle of a famous palindrome Ere - James whitcomb riley's '___ i went mad' Ere - Palindromist's preposition Ere - Before, to byron Ere - Poetic palindrome Ere - 'maid of athens, ___ we part': byron Ere - 'look ___ ye leap' Ere - Prior to, to prior Ere - Obsolete preposition Ere - Prior to Ere - Word used before now Ere - 'able was i ___...' Ere - Shortly before? Ere - '___ he drove out of sight...' Ere - It comes before long Ere - Prior to, in old times Ere - In advance of Ere - '___ pales in heaven the morning star': lowell Ere - Before, to bards Ere - Previous to Ere - Bard's 'before' Ere - '... ___ he drove out of sight' Ere - Prior to, in poetry Ere - Before, of yore Ere - Obsolete palindromic preposition Ere - Before, poetically Ere - Bard's before Ere - Poetic conjunction Ere - Two-way preposition Ere - Browning's before Ere - '... ___ he rode out of sight ...' Ere - Bard's preposition Ere - "--- i saw elba" Ere - Prior, to prior Ere - '___ the steamer bore him eastward ...': kipling Ere - Before, in poems Ere - Before, old-style Ere - Word before long or now Ere - I - i palindromic center Ere - Before, bard-style Ere - Versifier's "before" Ere - Before, to the bard Ere - "...was i --- i saw ..." Ere - Poetic before Ere - "--- i saw elba ..." Ere - '. ___ he drove out of sight .' Ere - Literary "before" Ere - It's between i's in a palidrome Ere - Palindromic conjunction Ere - Before, in ballads Ere - Before of yore Ere - Browning's "before" Ere - '___ the mother's milk had dried': kipling Ere - Previously, to browning Ere - Palindromic poet's preposition Ere - "look ___ ye leap" Ere - Palindrome in poetry Ere - Palindrome center Ere - Beret's center? Ere - Poet's palindrome word Ere - Word between i's in a famous palindrome Ere - '... die strangled ___ my romeo comes?': shak Ere - '... the sun paused ___ it should alight': shelley Ere - Before, to an odist Ere - Before, before Ere - Poet's palindrome Ere - Shelley's oft-used preposition Ere - Before, in sonnets Ere - Before, long ago Ere - Before, to hamlet Ere - Two-way poetic preposition Ere - Air homophone Ere - 'that will be ___ the set of sun': 'macbeth' Ere - Old syllable meaning "before" Ere - ". . . ___ he rode out of sight . . ." Ere - Prior to, in poesy Ere - "... ___ i saw elba" Ere - Prior, to poe Ere - An old syllable meaning "before" Ere - '...___ he rode out of sight...' Ere - 'but i heard him exclaim, ___ he ...' Ere - Word between i's in a palindrome Ere - I - i connector of palindromic fame Ere - Prepositional palindrome Ere - Versifier's preposition Ere - Preposition that may come before long Ere - Before, to shakespeare Ere - Earlier, earlier Ere - Prior to, in poems Ere - '...___ i saw elba' Ere - Ode preposition Ere - Prior to, in verse Ere - '___ time transfigured me': yeats Ere - Before, in 29-down Ere - Sooner than Ere - "able was i ___ ..." Ere - 'a little ___ the mightiest julius fell': shak Ere - 'we'll teach you to drink deep ___ you depart': hamlet Ere - Palindromist's "before" Ere - 'i kissed thee ___ i killed thee': othello Ere - Before, for poets Ere - Before, to a bard Ere - "able was i ___ i saw elba" Ere - "prior to," poetically Ere - Prior to, in rhyme Ere - Long or now antecedent Ere - Preposition used by bards Ere - Poet's palindromic "before" Ere - Before, before now Ere - 'i kiss'd thee ___ i kill'd thee': othello Ere - Before, in poesy Ere - Before (poetic) Ere - '___ the bat hath flown / his cloister'd flight …': macbeth Ere - Bard's "before" Ere - Before, to iago Ere - "... __ the set of sun": "macbeth" Ere - Before, to a poet Ere - It may appear before long Ere - Middle of a popular palindrome Ere - Popular palindrome Ere - '... ___ the set of sun': 'macbeth' Ere - 'maid of athens, ___ we part' (byron poem) Ere - 'fore Ere - Reference center? Ere - Previously used by shakespeare? Ere - '… ___ i again behold my romeo!' Ere - 'but i heard him exclaim, ___ …' Ere - Center of a noted palindrome Ere - Palindromic "before" Ere - Long introduction? Ere - 'i heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight...' Ere - "... __ he drove out of sight" Ere - Before, in rhyme Ere - "maid of athens, __ we part ...": byron Ere - '… ___ he drove out of sight' Ere - Before, in an old syllable Ere - Palindromic before Ere - "... venus sets __ mercury can rise": pope Ere - Before, to poets Ere - Keats's "before" Ere - Byronic 'before' Ere - 'i hope to see london once ___ i die': 'henry iv, part 2' Ere - Before, poetic Ere - Lead-in for long Ere - Cockney's location? Ere - Poetic adverb Ere - Before (poetic) Ere - Homophone for "air" Ere - "... __ darkness comes on": bartram Ere - 'able was i ___ …' Ere - Browning's 'before' Ere - Before, to bsrds Ere - Poet's "before" Ere - Byron's "before" Ere - Long lead-in Ere - Long beginning Ere - In the time leading up to Ere - Blake's "before" Ere - Long intro? Ere - 'but i heard him exclaim, ___ he …' Ere - 'for lycidas is dead, dead ___ his prime': milton Ere - Preposition used by clement moore Ere - It may come before long Ere - Old preposition Ere - Before, in old poems Ere - "before," in literature Ere - Before, quaintly Ere - Up to, for a poet Ere - Bard's palindrome Ere - Before, for a bard Ere - Before, a long time ago Ere - '___ the long roll of the ages end' (start of an old irish song) Ere - "... ___ he rode out of sight" Ere - First word of swinburne's "march: an ode" Ere - Poet's before Ere - Before, formerly Ere - Byron's 'before' Ere - "able was i ___ i saw . . ." Ere - "before" of yore Ere - Poet prior's "prior" Ere - Ahead of, in poems Ere - It might come before long Ere - '___ sleep comes down to soothe the weary eyes' (dunbar poem) Ere - Long intro Ere - Prior, to poets Ere - Preceding Ere - Homonym for air Ere - 'blood hath been shed ___ now': macbeth Ere - "... __ those shoes were old": "hamlet" Ere - Byronian "before" Ere - Poetic "before" Ere - Middle of a napoleonic palindrome Ere - Preceding, poetically Ere - Bard's "prior to" Ere - "but i heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ..." Ere - "... ___ my romeo comes" Ere - Before, poetically Ere - "able was i ___ . . ." Ere - 'able was i ___ i saw elba' Ere - ". . . __ he drove out of sight" Ere - "__ frost-flower and snow-blossom faded ...": swinburne Ere - Byron's before Ere - 'myself was stirring ___ the break of day': shak Ere - 'but i heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ...' Ere - Poet's "prior to" Ere - Prior to, in "the prioress's tale" Ere - Old poetic conjunction Ere - "___ he drove out of sight ..." Ere - "but i heard him exclaim, ___ he ..." Ere - "... tell them i'll be there ___ long" Ere - It sounds like "air" Ere - Center of a famous palindrome Ere - Previously, poetically Ere - Prior to, previously Ere - Sonneteer's "before" Ere - "___ on my bed my limbs i lay" (coleridge) Ere - Palindrome middle Ere - Before, to 70 across Ere - 58-down homonym Ere - Rather than, in poetry Ere - Earlier than Ere - You may see it before long Ere - Byron preposition Ere - Part of a famous palindrome Ere - Poetic ever Ere - Long lead-in? Ere - "maid of athens, ___ we part" (lord byron poem) Ere - Now or long preceder Ere - "... ___ he drove out of sight" Ere - Sooner than, in poetry Ere - '...___ he drove out of sight...' Ere - Before, palindromically Ere - Fore Ere - Palindromic preposition of old Ere - I-i connector of palindromic fame Ere - Before, pretentiously Ere - Before, either way Ere - Cockney's "present" Ere - "able was i ___ i saw elba" (notable palindrome) Ere - "maid of athens, __ we part . . .": byron Ere - Before, either way you look at it Ere - '___ the bat hath flown / his cloister'd flight ...': macbeth Ere - Syllable-saving preposition Ere - "and look before you ___ you leap" (samuel butler) Ere - Poetic 'before' Ere - Before, backward and forward Ere - Before, earlier Ere - '___ i let fall the windows of mine eyes': shak Ere - To be abroad Ere - Before, to browning Ere - Famous palindrome center Ere - 'i kissed thee ___ i killed thee': shakespeare Ere - Predating, in poetry Ere - Anteceding Ere - 'i hope to see london once ___ i die': shak Ere - Sonnet preposition Ere - Outmoded preposition Ere - Palindromic poetic preposition Ere - Before, to shelley Ere - Old "before" Ere - Prior's "prior" Ere - Before, to birney Ere - Before, bardically Ere - "... ___ he drove out of sight ..." Ere - "... ___ he rode out of sight ..." Ere - Before, in palindromes Ere - '___ upon my bed i lay me': longfellow Ere - "into the brain __ one can think": keats Ere - Middle of the "able ... elba" palindrome Ere - Before, in a ballade Ere - Lyrical preposition Ere - Afore's poetic cousin Ere - Not there, to 11-down Ere - Before, in a syllable Ere - 'we shun it ___ it comes': emily dickinson Ere - Shakespearean preposition Ere - Preceding, in poetry Ere - Ahead of, in verse Ere - Reversible preposition Ere - Reversible "before" Ere - '___ fancy you consult, consult your purse': benjamin franklin Ere - Well-known palindrome's middle Ere - Preposition before now Ere - Homophone of 25-across Ere - It comes before "long" Ere - "but i heard him exclaim, ___ he drove . . ." Ere - "i kissed thee __ i killed thee": "othello" Ere - "___ the first cock crow" (shak.) Ere - ". . . ___ my romeo comes?" Ere - Before, to keats Ere - Before, to and fro Ere - Odic preposition Ere - Before, in a poem Ere - "i heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight ..." Ere - Poetic word for "before" Ere - Poetic preposition most puzzlemakers are tired of writing clues for Ere - "heir" homophone Ere - Old word meaning "before" Ere - Before, to burns Ere - Before of the past Ere - It can appear before long Ere - ". . . a little ___ the mightiest julius fell": shak Ere - Bardic preposition Ere - Before, to dickinson Ere - Intro to long or now Ere - ". . . ___ he drove out of sight . . ." Ere - Prior, in poesy Ere - Previously, in poems Ere - Obsolete "before" Ere - Before, in the past Ere - “able was i ___ ...” Ere - "... __ we extinguish sight and speech": browning Ere - '___ thou and peace may meet': shelley Ere - "__ fancy you consult, consult your purse": franklin Ere - "night before christmas" preposition Ere - "... was i ___ i saw ..." Ere - Outmoded preposition meaning "before" Ere - Before, archaically Ere - "__ pales in heaven the morning star": lowell Ere - Poetic “previously” Ere - Previously, in a 19th century literature class Ere - Previous to, in verse Ere - Stanza writer's "before" Ere - Poetic "previously" Ere - It may come before long? Ere - Long or now preceder Ere - Long beginning? Ere - Homophone of 55 down Ere - '... -- i saw elba' Ere - Before, in odes Ere - Antecedent to Ere - Earlier then Ere - Prior to, to poets Ere - Before, in an ode Ere - Odist's 'before' Ere - Before, in verses Ere - Prior to, in odes Ere - Before, in a sonnet Ere - Before, to a sonneteer Ere - Prior to, in an ode Ere - Palindromic 'before' Ere - Earlier, in a poem Ere - 'maid of athens, ___ we part' (lord byron poem) Ere - 'able was i ___ i saw elba' (notable palindrome) Ere - Pope preposition Ere - Prior to, in 67-downs Ere - This mite might not be sociable Ere - Before this one might be in it for ireland Ere - Poetically before Ere - Thus before you get the bus you must get down to it Ere - Before this, might one take the bus and get down to it? Ere - Might this be four, by the sound of it? Ere - Before this the bus is down after this Ere - The sort of bus that might take one down below, but not after this Ere - The sort of bus that will get you down, but not afterwards Ere - That bus can go to hell, as before Ere - The sort of bus you get down from this Ere - Before this there's a bus that could get you down Ere - Before the beginning of 23 across Ere - Before, by the sound of it, this might be 17 down Ere - Before it's not the sort of bus that would use 6 down Ere - Before the bus might get down to it Ere - After this before you may get the bus down there Ere - Archaic word for before - a palindrome Ere - Old word for before Ere - Preposition in poetry Ere - Afore's cousin Ere - Before from before and behind Ere - Just before the last bus down there Ere - This bus might get one down before this (3) Ere - Before the 27 across comes back after this it all goes down Ere - Before this the bus got down to it Ere - This mite would be solitary before this Ere - Before this bus will get one down Ere - Before this sounds ever in ireland Ere - To hades with the bus before after this Ere - Prior to, in sonnets Ere - Before, to boccaccio Ere - Previous to, in odes Ere - Preposition of yore Ere - '___ frost-flower and snow-blossom faded ...': swinburne Ere - Poetic time reference Ere - Syllable-saving poetic word Ere - 'we'll teach you to drink deep ___ you depart': shak Ere - It's before the reverend's heart Ere - ". . . ___ he drove out of sight" Ere - Quickly, before dai leaves, dearie Ere - Up 'til Ere - Previous to, in poesy Ere - Homophone for heir Ere - "i kiss'd thee __ i kill'd thee": othello Ere - Formerly, to a poet Ere - ". . . ___ he rode out of sight" Ere - Before, to robert burns Ere - " ___ i saw elba" Ere - Palindromic poetry preposition Ere - ". . . ___ i saw elba" Ere - Before going this way and that Ere - Stick had mysteriously gone before Ere - Middle of the "able... elba" palindrome Ere - Cockney's "in this place" Ere - "but i heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight . . ." Ere - ". . . __ thou and peace may meet": shelley Ere - Keatsian preposition Ere - Long preceder Ere - Prior to, to a poet Ere - Before, before we used "before" Ere - Previously, in literature class Ere - Poetic, palindromic preposition Ere - Before, to frost Ere - Sooner than, to a bard Ere - Before to browning Ere - "now" or "long" preceder Ere - Before, in ballades Ere - "___ i saw elba" Ere - Old long introduction? Ere - Prior to, in a sonnet Ere - Vague time frame indicator Ere - Before, in one syllable Ere - Old start for "now" or "long" Ere - '... -- he drove out of sight ...' Ere - "before" to poets of old Ere - 'let us part, ___ the season of passion forget us': yeats Ere - Homonym for "air" Ere - 'stop. who would cross the bridge of death must answer me these questions three, ___ the other side he see.' Ere - Preposition before "now" Ere - It may come before "long" Ere - Before, to kipling Ere - Before to emerson Ere - Quaint "before" Ere - Before, old school Ere - Old intro to "long" or "now" Ere - Prior, prior Ere - Preposition in old poetry Ere - Prior to, poetically [subscribe to the avcx at avxwords.com] Ere - Sounds like e's over regiment from before Ere - Poetic "prior" Ere - You might have seen it before now Ere - Present, cockney-style Ere - Prior, prior to now Ere - Poet's palindromic preposition Ere - 'inconstancy falls off ___ it begins': shak Ere - Before, to chaucer Ere - Wordsworth's "__ with cold beads of midnight dew" Ere - "catch, __ she change . . ." pope Ere - 'listen, ___ the sound be fled': longfellow Ere - "able was i ___ i ..." Ere - "before" of long before Ere - Before, before before Ere - Before, to donne Ere - Word between i's in a noted palindrome Ere - Before, to poets of old Ere - You might see it before long? Ere - Lead-in to now Ere - Old-style "prior to" Ere - "... __ he drove out of sight ..." Ere - "before" in only one syllable Ere - '___ fancy you consult, consult your purse': franklin Ere - "... __ i saw elba" Ere - Odist's preposition Ere - Cockney location word Ere - Sooner than, poetically Ere - Preposition with multiple homonyms Ere - "... __ the hot sun count / his dewy rosary ...": keats Ere - '___ i forsook the crowded solitude': wordsworth Ere - "... was i ___ i saw elba" Ere - Long introduction Ere - Lead-in for "long" or "now" Ere - Before, in a 51 across Ere - 'we shun it ___ it comes': dickinson Ere - Kipling preposition Ere - Archaic preposition Ere - Homophone for air Ere - Before, as written by poets Ere - Lyrical "before" Ere - Before, to blake Ere - Obsolescent preposition Ere - Palindrome word Ere - " ... __ he drove out of sight ... " Ere - "take heed, __ summer comes ...": shakespeare Ere - It sounds like "heir" Ere - '... ___ he drove out of sight ...' Ere - Before (in time) Ere - Song that's been heard before Ere - Before (archaic) Ere - One who steals Ere - Old prior to deputise for prelate, taking tips Ere - Literary preposition Ere - Ever, poetically Ere - "let us part, __ the season of passion forget us": yeats Ere - "a little __ the mightiest julius fell": horatio Ere - " ... __ he drove out of sight ..." Ere - Ahead of, once Ere - 'meet me ___ the first cock crow': oberon Ere - Bardic before Ere - "visit from st. nicholas" preposition Ere - Poet's 'prior to' Ere - Before getting up, too Ere - Before (lit.) Ere - Before going up and down Ere - In this place without leader before Ere - 'e returned before Ere - Prior to getting up, too Ere - Did not start at this place earlier Ere - Before george at regular intervals Ere - Odist's before Ere - Before, back and forth Ere - "___ he drove out of sight . . ." Ere - "look __ ye leap" Ere - Old-style "heir" homophone Ere - Poor richard's preposition Ere - Cockney's roll-call answer Ere - Earlier, to the bard Ere - Middle of 14 across's palindrome Ere - Quaint preposition Ere - Poetic 'prior to' Ere - Lyrical before Ere - Homophone for "heir" Ere - Before, romantically Ere - Before. poetically Ere - ". . . ___ he drove out of sight . . ." Ere - Middle of a famed palindrome Ere - "you shall hear more __ morning": "measure for measure" Ere - "take heed, __ summer comes ... ": shak Ere - 'before' to poets of old Ere - You might see it before long Ere - Center of reverence? Ere - 'lord, we ask thee ___ we part' (hymn) Ere - Previously, to chaucer Ere - Before, of yore Ere - "a little __ the mightiest julius fell": "hamlet" Ere - Burns's 'before' Ere - '___ we extinguish sight and speech': browning Ere - 'blood hath been shed ___ now, i' th' olden time': shakespeare Ere - "i feel thee __ i see thy face": keats Ere - Long lead-in of old Ere - ___ long (poetic "soon") Ere - "before" in old poems Ere - At this point, to andy capp Ere - Center of napoleon's palindrome Ere - Poetic "previous to" Ere - 'leave this horrid scene ___ i use another outdated poetic preposition!' (madison) Ere - '___ on my bed my limbs i lay' (line from coleridge) Ere - Poet's "previously" Ere - Before, to emerson Ere - "and venus sets __ mercury can rise": pope Ere - Poetric contraction Ere - Archaic "before" Ere - "i heard him exclaim ___ he drove ..." Ere - Long start, of old Ere - Emily dickinson's 'ended, ___ it begun' Ere - Up until, in poetry Ere - Lead-in to long Ere - Peut être primaire, secondaire ou tertiaire Ere - Espace de temps qui commence à un point déterminé Ere - Division du temps Ere - "___ he drove out of sight..." Ere - Prior to, to bards Ere - Before, long before now Ere - Espace de temps Ere - Before (literary) Ere - Before, in romantic poetry Ere - Période Ere - Not following Ere - Long introduction of yore? Ere - Commence par un évènement important Ere - Point de départ d'une chronologie particulière Ere - Période historique Ere - Prior to, to a bard Ere - Sooner than, in sonnets Ere - "macbeth" preposition Ere - L'hégire est celle de l'islam Ere - 'ended, ___ it begun' (emily dickinson poem) Ere - Previously used by poets? Ere - Older than old-school "before" Ere - Previous to, to dickinson Ere - Division de l'histoire Ere - Époque Ere - Center of the "elba" palindrome Ere - Poetic word of order Ere - Old-style homophone of "air" Ere - Before melody is heard Ere - Before, in poetry of old Ere - 'thanks in old age - thanks ___ i go': walt whitman Ere - Before, for shakespeare Ere - Old-style "before" Ere - Before, in old poetry Ere - Romantic poetry's "before" Ere - "before" of old Ere - Ahead of, poetically Ere - Poetic contraction Ere - 'i guess ___ rather be in colorado' (john denver song) Ere - 'maid of athens, ___ we part ...' Ere - What you may see before long Ere - Old conjunction Ere - Celle des croisades, par exemple Ere - Période caractérisée par certains faits historiques Ere - "... heard him exclaim, ___ he drove ..." Ere - Yore's "before" Ere - Air homophone that's a palindrome Ere - Bard's "soon" Ere - "able was i ___ i saw ... " Ere - In advance of, archaically Ere - Yukon cape, or royal ruler Ere - Earlier in time, a long time ago Ere - What may be seen before long Ere - "now" or "long" starter, once Ere - Before, to a 44 across Ere - It meant before, before we used before Ere - Hégire Ere - "before," in old poetry Ere - Previously, previously Ere - Present that's not been opened before Ere - Bit of poetry from cinderella Ere - Preposition in napoleon's palindrome Ere - Word of relative time Ere - Old prior, as hermit losing a wee amount Ere - '___ fancy has been quelled': longfellow Ere - Ahead of, old-style Ere - Prior to, of old poetry Ere - "present!" to a cockney Ere - Poetic homophone of "air" Ere - Odist's "before" Ere - Center of preferences? Ere - Shakespearean "before" Ere - Quaint 'before' Ere - Word that sounds like a brontë heroine