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The answer NOB has 200 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of nob in various dictionaries:
The human head.
The jack of the suit turned up by the dealer in cribbage, scoring one point for the holder: one for his nob.
noun - a wealthy person
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Head, in slang|
|San Francisco's ___ Hill|
|Man of means, in Manchester|
|San Francisco Hill|
|Hill of San Francisco|
|British big shot|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a rich person whose family has been important for a long time|
|an elegantly dressed man (often with affected manners)|
|A person of wealth or high social position.|
|A person's head.|
|a person's head.|
|a person of wealth or high social position.|
|Slang The human head.|
|The jack of the same suit as the card turned up by the dealer in cribbage, scoring one point for the holder.|
|Chiefly British Slang A person of wealth or social standing: "The nobs were forever snubbing the snobs ( Conor Cruise O'Brien).|
|Nob might refer to|
* Nob, Israel, a place in the vicinity of Jerusalem
* Nederlandse Onderwatersport Bond, the Dutch Underwater Federation, member of the CMAS
* Non-occluded baculovirus, a genus of virus
* Newell's Old Boys, Argentine football team
* NoB (born 1964), Japanese singer Nobuo Yamada
* Nob Yoshigahara (19362004), Japanese puzzle-maker
* Nob Hill, San Francisco, a neighborhood in the California city
* "one for his nob", a score in cribbage
* A person of social standing (cf. nobility)
* Derogatory term for a man's penis, typically used as an insult in the UK and Ireland*