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The answer DASH has 555 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of dash in various dictionaries:
noun - distinctive and stylish elegance
noun - a quick run
noun - a footrace run at top speed
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|A little salt|
|Smidgen, to Child|
|It may be mad|
|A quick run|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|Sometimes it's a little longer than a hyphen; other times it's 100 yards long|
|Preceding "off", it means "to hurry away"; preceding "down", it means "to write hastily|
|It makes up half of the Morse Code letter "N"|
|Add a type of tree to a "D" & you get this sprinting race|
|To leave a restaurant without paying is alliteratively called "dine &" this 4-letter word|
|It can be a short run, a punctuation mark indicating a break, or a part of a car|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|strike or fling (something) somewhere with great force, especially so as to have a destructive effect hurl.|
|used to express mild annoyance.|
|run or travel somewhere in a great hurry.|
|Impetuous or flamboyant vigour and confidence panache.|
|A horizontal stroke in writing or printing to mark a pause or break in sense or to represent omitted letters or words.|
|A small quantity of a liquid added to something else.|
|An act of running somewhere suddenly and hastily.|
|Used to express mild annoyance.|
|Strike or fling (something) somewhere with great force, especially so as to have a destructive effect hurl.|
|Run or travel somewhere in a great hurry.|
The dash is a punctuation mark that is similar in appearance to U+002D - hyphen-minus and U+2212 minus sign, but differs from these symbols in both length and height. The most common versions of the dash are the en dash (), equal to half the height of the font; the em dash (), twice as long as the en dash; and the horizontal bar (), whose length varies across typefaces.Historically, the names of en dash and em dash were loosely related to the width of a lower-case n and upper-case M, respectively, in commonly used typefaces.|
* Usage varies both within English and in other languages, but the usual convention in printed English text is as follows:* An em dash or a spaced en dash denotes a break in a sentence or to set off parenthetical statements. Glitter, felt, yarn, and buttonshis kitchen looked as if a clown had exploded.A flock of sparrows some of them juveniles alighted and sang.
* The en dash but not the em dash indicates spans or differentiation, where it may be considered to repla