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# Clue
1. Balaam's ___
2. Thickwit
3. Sancho Panza's Dapple
4. Bottom acquired its head
5. Jennet
6. Sancho Panza's beast
7. "Methought I was enamour'd of an ___"
8. Balaam's "vehicle"
9. Perverse person
10. "The law is a ___": Dickens
11. Genus Equus member
12. " . . . egregiously an ___": Iago
13. Beast that balks
14. Crèche beast
15. Hinny's mother
16. Self-important one
17. The quagga was one
18. Addlepate
19. Dullhead
20. Onager or dunce
21. Its ears sprouted on Midas
22. Kiang or quagga
23. Ninny or jenny
24. The law, to Mr. Bumble
25. Kiang, e.g.
26. Jennet or kiang
27. Buridan's vacillator
28. Equus asinus
29. Burro or fool
30. Balaam hit it thrice
31. What Hamlet called himself (3)
32. Pompous fellow
33. Jawbone source
34. Undignified mount
35. Palm Sunday mount
36. Mount for Abraham
37. Source of a biblical jawbone
38. Halfwit
39. Sure-footed work animal
40. Total idiot
41. One carrying a back pack
42. Member of the genus Equus
43. Donkey's cousin
44. Pompous type
45. Biblical jawbone source
46. Long-eared equine
47. Long-eared beast
48. One that may balk
49. Pompous fool
50. Mount in the Bible
51. Utter doofus
52. Pumpkinhead
53. Zebra relative
54. Provider of a jawbone to Samson
55. Total jerk
56. Lunk
57. One of Aesop's animals
58. The stupid one in 9
59. Like simpleton's head, idiot!
60. Animal from classical literature
61. Donkey, in biblical speak
62. Equine with long ears
63. Total buffoon
64. The law is a __: Mr. Bumble
65. Aesop's thistle-eater
66. Sure-footed beast
67. It may be packed down
68. Mule's pop
69. Dray puller
70. Pack bearer
71. Barnyard brayer
72. 57-Across, e.g.
73. Donkey's dad
74. Jack on a farm
75. Member of a farm team
76. Animal in several Aesop fables
77. Balaam's ride
78. Biblical beast of burden
79. Paragon of pomposity
80. Heehaw utterer
81. Nativity scene animal
82. Hinny or ninny
83. ONE WHO SHOWS ABYSMALLY SILLY STUPIDITY, INITIALLY
84. HOOFED ANIMAL, SMALLER THAN A HORSE
85. One may be packed for a trip to the mountains
86. A CARRIER ON SEA; A CARRIER ON LAND
87. IT'S GREY, HAS LONG EARS AND EATS GRASS
88. Balaam's transport
89. Donkey's ancestor
90. Item listed in "Thou shalt not covet . . ."
91. Sure-footed domesticated mammal
92. Ten Commandments beast
93. A Midsummer's Night Dream character
94. Transport for 7D
95. Stable figure?
96. Long-eared grazer
97. Shit-for-brains
98. Intensifier affixed to cheap- or broke-
99. Pt. of many a job title
100. Sexual conquest, so to speak
101. Jenny or jack
102. Sex, metonymically
103. Eeyore is one
104. Surefooted critter
105. Ornery equine
106. Badonk
107. Bottom of an hourglass?
108. Chooch
109. Crack house?
110. Drunken buffoon
111. Dumper
112. Hind quarters
113. It gets kicked in a blowout
114. It might be kicked or kissed
115. LMFAO member?
116. Manger animal
117. Real jerkface
118. Ten Commandments creature
119. Utter ignoramus
120. Shrek's companion is one
121. Sure-footed critter
122. Jawbone provider
123. Equine critter
124. Symbol of obduracy
125. Equus in the wild
126. Bearer of 49-Across
127. Palm Sunday transportation
128. Biblical means of conveyance
129. The law is a ___: Dickens
130. The law according to Mr. Bumble?
131. What Conrade repeatedly calls Dogberry
132. Utter fool
133. Dapple from "Don Quixote," e.g.
134. ... the law is a ___: Charles Dickens
135. The Golden ___ (Apuleius novel)
136. The Golden ___ (Apuleius work)
137. Sire or dam of some zebroids
138. No rocket scientist he
139. The law is a ___ (Mr. Bumble)
140. Jawbone source for Samson's weapon
141. The law, according to Mr. Bumble
142. Intractable beast
143. Mule's parent
144. Palm Sunday carrier
145. Shrek's sidekick Donkey, e.g.
146. Biblical mammal
147. Burden-bearing beast
148. Hee-hawing critter
149. Mule parent
150. Animal in some of Aesop's fables
151. Long-eared carrier
152. Obstinate critter
153. Sancho's "steed"
154. Beast in some fables
155. Aesop's "The __ in the Lion's Skin"
156. Animal in some fables
157. Hee-hawing animal
158. Obstinate mount
159. Jenny's offspring
160. Ride for Jesus on Palm Sunday
161. Fabled beast
162. Saddlebag carrier
163. Pack critter
164. Obstinate fellow
165. Sure-footed animal
166. Hee Haw mascot
167. Dapple, for one
168. Sancho Panza's mount
169. The law, to Bumble
170. Donkey's relative
171. Donkey relative
172. Slow equine
173. Jenny, for one
174. Talking Bible beast
175. The law, per Dickens
176. Horse's wild cousin
177. Jenny, for instance
178. Symbol of inflexibility
179. Donkey
180. Long-eared animal
181. Leader of a 1970 military coup
182. Tea-growing area of the Himalayas
183. Northeast state of India
184. Banderas's "The Mambo Kings" co-star, 1992
185. Eri
186. Offensive action
187. Nitpicks?
188. Pompous sort
189. Blitzkrieg
190. Name of father-and-son world leaders
191. Attack fervently
192. Northeastern Indian state
193. Silk-producing region of India
194. Source of Indian tea
195. Either of two Syrian presidents
196. Mideast strongman
197. President who won 97.6% of the vote in 2007
198. Father-and-son rulers of Syria
199. Musical intensifier
200. Strongly criticize
201. Hit makers, say
202. Civil War president
203. Kiester
204. Real blockhead
205. He began his third presidential term in 2014
206. Syrian ruling family
207. Allegro ___ (very quick, in music)
208. Nativity scene beast
209. ___-backwards
210. Very, to a conductor
211. Indian tea region
212. Noted tea locale
213. Subject of the 2013 film "The Fifth Estate"
214. Putin ally
215. Batter, e.g.
216. He hee-haws
217. Intensifying word add-on
218. Obstinate animal
219. Wearer of a lion's skin in an Aesop fable
220. Author of the 2012 book "Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet"
221. Batteries
222. Test, in a way
223. Intensifying suffix, in modern slang
224. Putin ally in the Mideast
225. Indian state along the Himalayas
226. Kind of tea from India
227. Winter hrs. in Halifax, Nova Scotia
228. Per Ardua ad ___ (U.S. Air Force motto)
229. French comic book warrior
230. Owned property
231. Movie that may be remade again with Beyonce in the Gaynor/Garland/Streisand role
232. With 40-Across, George R.R. Martin novel with copious profanity?
233. Sometimes they're frozen
234. Sculpting tool
235. Some equines
236. Useful thing
237. D.A.'s aide, e.g.
238. Pt. of YMCA
239. Place in categories
240. 'The Thin Man pooch'
241. Analyzing chemists
242. Beasts carrying packs
243. Says 'OK'
244. Office helper: Abbr.
245. Take -- at (try)
246. Hoofer Fred
247. Pros at property appraisal
248. Sure-footed equines
249. 'Plus' item
250. Mules' sires
251. Beneficial thing
252. Rod Stewart: "Every Picture Tells ___"
253. Indiana pop-punkers
254. Pt. of CMA
255. Every Picture Tells ___
256. Third Asia album
257. Warner-owned label
258. White Stripes "You just do ___"
259. 1985 album by 56-Down
260. Asia's 3rd
261. '68 Van Morrison album "___ Weeks"
262. Baby I'm ___ Prince
263. Rod "___ Goes By ... The Great American Songbook: Vol. II"
264. '00 Spiritual Beggars album "Ad ___"
265. '85 Asia "Go" album
266. Kind of "Weeks," to Van Morrison
267. He was America's richest person when he died in 1848
268. Ad ____ per aspera (Kansas's motto)
269. Player at the recently-renamed Enron Field
270. Fox that sounds like a donkey?
271. Maintain as true
272. Launches an attack
273. State separated by Bangladesh
274. Battery makes this worse
275. Commits a criminal offense
276. South African fox that sounds like a donkey?
277. Appraisal of the state of affairs
278. Syrian president, present and past
279. Very, to the maestro
280. Eeyore, for one
281. Obstinate cuss
282. ... the law is a ___ (Dickens quote)
283. Balaam's beast in the Bible
284. Foolish fable creature
285. Baalam's Mount
286. Rattlepate
287. Stubborn critter
288. Ancient transport
289. The Wild ___ and the Lion (Aesop fable)
290. Beast of the Bible
291. Foolish fable beast
292. Ignorant fool
293. Donkey ancestor
294. Foolish beast in fables
295. Biblical equine
296. Pompous ___
297. Utter idiot
298. Horse's long-eared cousin
299. Sancho Panza's Dapple, e.g.
300. Braying grazer
301. Dipstick
302. Donkey kin
303. Ninny or hinny
304. Pack carrier
305. Barnyard beast in the Tenth Commandment
306. Aesop's brainless beast
307. African mammal that's the ancestor of the donkey
308. Balky, braying barnyard beast
309. Long-eared critter
310. Domestic animal
311. Quadruped
312. Balaam's mount
313. Onager
314. Sancho Panza's steed
315. Balaam's rebuker
316. Methought I was enamour'd of an ___
317. Balaam's beast
318. Burro
319. Hinny's relative
320. . . . egregiously an ___: Iago
321. Crأ¨che beast
322. Zebra's cousin
323. Self-important person
324. Big-eared animal
325. Jack or jenny
326. What Hamlet called himself
327. Mule's father
328. Jenny, e.g.
329. 1970 military coup leader
330. Braying beast
331. Beast of burden
332. Mule's dad
333. Burdened beast
334. Stupid one
335. Tush
336. Stubborn beast
337. Mule's sire
338. Birdbrain
339. Bozo
340. Ignoramus
341. Moon unit
342. Sting's instrument
343. Complete jerk
344. Meathead
345. Equus member
346. Pompous person
347. Horse's relative
348. Long-eared mammal
349. Cousin of a zebra
350. Biblical transport
351. Bungling fool
352. Biblical beast
353. Donkey's uncle
354. Obstinate equine
355. Long-eared farm animal
356. Silly beast?
357. Stubborn sort
358. Beast that bore Balaam
359. Foolish beast, in fables
360. Sancho Panza rode one
361. The law is a ___ (Dickens' Mr. Bumble)
362. Beast carrying a pack
363. The law is a ___ (comment from Mr. Bumble)
364. Nincomcoop
365. Equus species
366. Foolish creature in fables
367. Eeyore, e.g.
368. Foolish one
369. Fathead
370. Pompous one
371. Silly one
372. Questioner of Balaam
373. A assister.
374. See Assythment.
375. Biblical mount
376. Doofus
377. Lunkhead
378. Dolt
379. One with a burden
380. Merry-andrew
381. Apuleius's "golden" one
382. Stubborn one
383. Mooncalf
384. Chucklehead
385. Fool
386. Biblical rebuker
387. Ninny
388. Nincompoop
389. Clod
390. Pack animal
391. Jerk
392. Big jerk
393. Dummy
394. Nitwit
395. Numbskull
396. Blockhead
397. Foolish sort
398. Dummkopf
399. Yo-yo
400. Dumbhead
401. Muttonhead
402. Stupidhead
403. Obstinate type
404. Jack, for one
405. Idiot
406. Smart ___ (wise guy)
407. Dunderhead
408. Bonehead
409. Simpleton
410. Animal present at Jesus' birth, in tradition
411. Balloonhead
412. Loser
413. Buffoon
414. Knucklehead
415. Bubblehead
416. Imbecile
417. Brayer
418. Starts (5)
419. Idle place during coal strikes (6)
420. Small hoofed animal
421. Kiang
422. Long-eared quadruped
423. What Wenzel is in The Bartered Bride
424. Symbol of stupidity
425. Fool starts with absolutely stupid statement
426. Idiot in religious service losing head
427. The Golden ___
428. The law, according to Mr Bumble
429. Braying animal
430. Cart puller
431. Symbol of obstinacy
432. Buridan's ___, a man of indecision
433. Longear
434. Balaam's talking animal
435. Disguise of Bottom, the weaver
436. Speaker to Balaam
437. Behind
438. Mule’s father
439. Beast from the Equidae family
440. "... egregiously an ___": Iago
441. "... jawbone of an ___"
442. "... jawbone of an ___" (Judges 15:16)
443. "... nor his ___ nor any thing that is thy neighbour's": Exodus 20:17
444. "... the law is a ___" (Dickens quote)
445. "... the law is a ___": Charles Dickens
446. "...my ___!"
447. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" animal
448. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" character
449. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" disguise
450. "A Midsummer's Night Dream" character
451. "American Bad___" Kid Rock
452. "And Abraham rose up early in the morning and saddled his
453. "And Moses took his wife and his sons and set them..."
454. "And he found a new jawbone of an ___" (Jud 15:15)
455. "As shit" alternative (found in AS SHIT)
456. "Bad ___" (2012 Danny Trejo thriller)
457. "Big ___ Spider!" (2013 sci-fi movie)
458. "Bite my shiny metal ___!" ("Futurama" phrase)
459. "But when you shake your ___..." (George Michael line)
460. "Dat ___"
461. "Equus" in the wild
462. "Equus" member
463. "Eww that smells like ___!"
464. "Glee" cast original song "Big ___ Heart"
465. "Hee Haw" mascot
466. "Heehaw" utterer
467. "I have sinned against my brother the ___" (dying words of St. Francis of Assisi)
468. "Kick-___" (2010 movie)
469. "Kick-___" (2010 superhero movie)
470. "Kobe tell me how my ___ tastes" (Shaquille O'Neal's rap lyric taunting Kobe after the Lakers lost in the 2008 NBA Finals)
471. "Lookin ___" (Nicki Minaj song)
472. "Methought I was enamour'd of an ___": Titania
473. "Midsummer Night's Dream" character
474. "Midsummers' Night Dream" character
475. "My ___!"
476. "My ___" ("As if " more crudely)
477. "Odelay" jam "Jack-___"
478. "Odelay" track "Jack-___"
479. "Shrek" beast
480. "Smart" or "wise" sort
481. "The Golden ___" (Apuleius novel)
482. "The Golden ___" (Apuleius work)
483. "The Golden ___" (classic Latin novel)
484. "The Wild ___ and the Lion" (Aesop fable)
485. "The ___ in a Lion's Skin" (Aesop fable)
486. "The ___ in the Lion's Skin" (Aesop fable)
487. "The jawbone of an ___"
488. "The law is a ___" (Dickens' Mr. Bumble)
489. "The law is a ___" (Dickens)
490. "The law is a ___" (Mr. Bumble)
491. "The law is a ___" (comment from Dickens's Mr. Bumble)
492. "The law is a ___" (comment from Mr. Bumble)
493. "The law is a ___": Mr. Bumble
494. "The law is a ___ a idiot": Dickens
495. "This tastes like ___!"
496. "We Tapped That ___" ("Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" song)
497. "Well a double dumb ___ on you!" -- Kirk to a San Francisco driver
498. "Wise" guy?
499. "With the jawbone of an ___..." (Judges 15:16)
500. 'The jaw-bone of an ___' (Judges 15:16)
501. 'The law is a ___': Dickens
502. *That guy* at the party
503. 10th Commandment animal
504. A lot gets done when you kick it
505. A male one is a jack
506. A pompous fool
507. Absolute jerk
508. Action slangily
509. Action so to speak
510. Aesop animal
511. Aesopian animal
512. Aesopian beast in lion's skin
513. Aesopian equine
514. Africa has a wild one
515. Alt/country band ___ Ponys
516. An equine
517. Animal
518. Animal associated with Palm Sunday
519. Animal in an Aesop fable
520. Animal in several of Aesop's fables
521. Animal in the horse family
522. Animal known for stubbornness
523. Animal mentioned in the 10th commandment
524. Animal of the genus Equus
525. Animal present at Jesus' birth in tradition
526. Animal related to the horse
527. Animal somehow not mentioned in "Baby Got Back"
528. Animal with big ears
529. Animal with long ears
530. Animal you can sit on
531. Answer you might expect to instead be at the back end of the puzzle?
532. Answers Alex
533. Apuleius' "Golden ___."
534. Apuleius' animal
535. Arab Spring opposer
536. Arsenic sulfide to a chemist
537. Backpacked beast
538. Backpacked beast maybe
539. Backside
540. Bad back?
541. Bad ending?
542. Badfinger album
543. Badfinger cover animal
544. Badonkadonk
545. Badonkadonk in other words
546. Balaam had one in the Bible
547. Balaam rode one
548. Balaam s beast
549. Balaam sat on his while riding another
550. Balaam's adviser.
551. Balaam's animal
552. Balaam's animal in the Bible
553. Balaam's carrier
554. Balaam's creature
555. Balaam's critic.
556. Balaam's equine
557. Balaam's mount in the Bible
558. Balaam's mount.
559. Balaam's reprover
560. Balaam's seat
561. Balaam's spoke in the Bible
562. Balaam's steed.
563. Balaam's talking beast
564. Balking beast
565. Balky beast
566. Balky braying barnyard beast
567. Barn brayer
568. Barnyard beast
569. Bawdy intensifier
570. Bearer of some heavy loads
571. Beast
572. Beast associated with Balaam
573. Beast associated with Palm Sunday
574. Beast in Numbers
575. Beast in a pack
576. Beast in the Bible
577. Beast of Bible verses
578. Beast of biblical treks
579. Beast of burden (3)
580. Beast of burden.
581. Beast that brays
582. Beast with a backpack
583. Beast with hoofs
584. Beast.
585. Beck "Jack-___"
586. Beck song "Jack-___"
587. Bible beast
588. Bible brayer
589. Biblical beast that speaks
590. Biblical brayer
591. Biblical rebuker of Balaam
592. Biblical talking beast
593. Big Sean song whose title word is replaced with "Dance" in the radio version
594. Big-___
595. Big-eared brayer
596. Big-eared equine
597. Blake Shelton's "Kiss My Country ___"
598. Blithering fool
599. Blockhead.
600. Body part mentioned in George Michael's "Freedom"
601. Body part referenced in Missy Elliott's "Work It"
602. Body part that may be "on the line"
603. Boob
604. Boor
605. Boorish person
606. Bootay
607. Booty
608. Booty in song
609. Bottom has the head of one in "A Midsummer's Night Dream"
610. Bottom's head for a time in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
611. Bottom's other form in "A Midsummer's Night Dream"
612. Bottom's top in Shakespeare
613. Brayer in some sermons
614. Braying creature
615. Braying equine
616. Braying one
617. Bremen Town musician
618. Bullheaded one
619. Bum
620. Bumbler
621. Burdened one
622. Buridan's ___ (famous paradox)
623. Buridan's ___.
624. Buridan's beast
625. Burro kin
626. Burro's cousin
627. Burro's kin
628. Burro e.g.
629. Burro.
630. Butt or butthead
631. Butt-___ nekkid
632. Butthole or butthole's place
633. CYA component
634. Caboose
635. Can
636. Capitalize on
637. Cart tower
638. Cart-drawing animal
639. Cartoon mascot of "Hee Haw"
640. Certain equine
641. Cheeks
642. Cheeky pejorative?
643. Chowderhead
644. Clodhopper
645. Clown
646. Cluck
647. Clunkhead
648. Coarse-mane beast
649. Coleridge's "Poor little foal of an oppressed race"
650. Common brayer
651. Complete fool
652. Complete idiot
653. Contemptible sort
654. Cover your ___
655. Crack spot
656. Creature you might sit on appropriately enough
657. Creche critter
658. Crèche figure
659. Cretin
660. Dapple from "Don Quixote " e.g.
661. Dapple for one
662. Democratic party symbol to Republicans
663. Devices for music lovers
664. Dim bulb
665. Dimwit
666. Ding-a-ling
667. Dipwad
668. Dodo
669. Dolt or colt
670. Doltish one
671. Doltish sort
672. Donkey or burro
673. Donkey or burro relative
674. Donkey or onager
675. Donkey's uncle?
676. Donkey by another name
677. Donkey in biblical speak
678. Donkey.
679. Doofus mcgoofus
680. Dope
681. Dope dullard and dunce.
682. Dumbbell
683. Dunce
684. Eeyore e.g.
685. Eeyore for one
686. Eminem's "___ Like That"
687. Ending with bad but not with good
688. Ending with kick or smart
689. Equidae member
690. Equine animal
691. Equine animal.
692. Equine beast
693. Equine beast of burden
694. Equine pack animal
695. Equine that brays
696. Fanny
697. Farm animal
698. Farm beast
699. Farm worker
700. Farmyard fixture
701. Fatuous fool
702. Field worker
703. Foal perhaps
704. Follower of "bad" or "wise"
705. Follower of "dead" or "half"
706. Follower of "smart" or "bad"
707. Fool (3)
708. Fool; or ... oh never mind
709. Foolish beast in Aesop tales
710. Foolish beast in a fable
711. Foolish beast in fables
712. Foolish fellow
713. Foolish person
714. Garland with kukui nuts sometimes
715. Gas or grass alternative
716. George Michael shook his
717. Glee cast "Big ___ Heart"
718. Green Day's "Jack ___"
719. Grinders work them?
720. Grown-___ man
721. Gym Class Heroes "___ Back Home"
722. Half or haul follower
723. Half-___ (do poorly)
724. Half-wit
725. Hat head?
726. Haul ___ (book it)
727. Hee-hawer
728. Hee-hawing beast
729. Heinie (and the theme of this puzzle)
730. Hinny kin
731. Hinny's kin
732. Hinny's mom
733. Hinny.s parent
734. Hole opener?
735. Hole opening?
736. Hoofed beast
737. Horse alternative
738. Horse cousin
739. Horse family member
740. Horse kin
741. Horse or donkey relative
742. Horse relative
743. Horse's cousin
744. Horse's kin
745. In A Midsummer Night's Dream Bottom has the head of one
746. In the Gospels Jesus rode into Jerusalem on one
747. Incompetent
748. Inconsiderate dude
749. Indie rockers ___ Ponys
750. Insensitive individual
751. Intensifier after adjectives like big and weak
752. Intensifier for "good" or "bad"
753. Intensifying suffix
754. Intensifying suffix in modern slang
755. It bore Balaam
756. It can be shaken but not stirred
757. It may be busted
758. It may get paddled
759. It's best not to make one of oneself
760. It's good if you have it but bad if you are it
761. It's sometimes represented by the peach emoji
762. Item listed in "Thou shalt not covet..."
763. Jack's follower?
764. Jack e.g.
765. Jack for one
766. Jawbone provider in the Bible
767. Jawbone source in the Bible
768. Jenny
769. Jenny seen grazing perhaps
770. Jenny with a jack e.g.
771. Jenny e.g.
772. Jenny for instance
773. Jenny for one
774. Jerk-off
775. Jerkface
776. Jerkwad
777. Jesus' mount in John
778. Jesus's mount in John
779. Keister
780. Kiang e.g.
781. Kiang.
782. Kick-___ (awesome)
783. Kick-___ (fantastic)
784. Kick-___ Women (book series by Karen Karbo)
785. Kiss ___
786. Lamebrain
787. Laughingstock
788. Less cracked
789. Letters before ://
790. Listed item in "Thou shalt not covet..."
791. Load bearer
792. Load-carrying creature
793. Locale for some metaphorically shoved objects
794. Location of the word "Juicy" on some sweatpants
795. Long-eared beast of burden
796. Long-eared brayer
797. Long-eared creature
798. Long-eared herbivore
799. Long-eared mount
800. Long-eared pack animal
801. Longear.
802. Love personified
803. Low-emission transport?
804. Low-quality slangily
805. Lummox
806. Manger creature
807. Manger equine
808. Maroon
809. Matthew 21:2 beast
810. Member of the horse family
811. Metaphor for personal liability
812. Mika & RedOne "Kick ___"
813. Modern adjective intensifier
814. Moon unit?
815. Moron
816. Mr. Bumble's law
817. Mr. Bumble's metaphor for the law
818. Mule kin
819. Mule's papa
820. Nanny
821. Nasty person
822. Nativity figure
823. Nativity scene critter
824. Nativity scene figure
825. Nincompoop.
826. Ninnyhammer
827. No genius
828. Noodlehead
829. Noted jawbone provider
830. Numbers beast
831. Numskull
832. Oaf
833. Obnoxious person
834. Obnoxious sort
835. Obnoxious troll
836. Obstinate beast
837. Obstinate one
838. Obstinate person
839. Obstinate sort
840. Office party photocopy
841. Onager or kiang
842. Onager e.g.
843. Onager for example
844. Onager for one
845. One at a brayer meeting?
846. One braying
847. One carrying a pack sometimes
848. One carrying the load
849. One causing eye rolls
850. One cutting you off in traffic say
851. One found in a zebra crossing maybe
852. One in a pack
853. One may be kicked for motivation
854. One may be load-bearing
855. One may be packed down
856. One may be wild or golden
857. One might be shaken at a bar
858. One of two in "Dance: Ten Looks: Three"
859. One of two talking Biblical beasts
860. One who's mostly crass?
861. One with a supporting role
862. Opera "The Golden ___"
863. Pack-carrying animal
864. Pack-carrying beast
865. Pack-toting beast
866. Pack-toting equine
867. Palm Sunday beast
868. Pants part
869. Paradigm of obstinacy
870. Paragon of stubbornness
871. Parent of some zebroids
872. Part of "T and A"
873. Part of HPOA
874. Part of WAP
875. Per Dickens's Mr. Bumble "the law is a ___"
876. Piece of work in a way
877. Pinhead
878. Pitiable fool
879. Pleasure Island encounter
880. Plow puller
881. Pomposity personified
882. Pompous imbecile
883. Pompous twit
884. Popular adjectival intensifier
885. Possible mate for a zebra
886. Posterior
887. Punk
888. Quadruped.
889. Real cruddy slangily
890. Real dork
891. Real jerk
892. Rear
893. Rebuker of Balaam
894. Rockhead
895. Rude person
896. Rude type
897. Rump
898. Sancho Panza's Dapple e.g.
899. Sancho Panza's ride
900. Sancho Panza's steed.
901. Sancho Panza's transport
902. Sancho's mount
903. Sap who may be the butt of jokes?
904. Saphead
905. Sassy at heart
906. Schmo
907. Scriptural mount
908. Seat filler
909. Seat filler?
910. Sex metonymically
911. Sex slangily
912. Sexual conquest
913. Sexual conquest so to speak
914. Sexual object as it were
915. Shakespeare's Bottom had the head of one
916. She-___ (jenny)
917. Shithead
918. Shrek's buddy is one
919. Shrek's sidekick Donkey e.g.
920. Shrek's traveling buddy is one
921. Silly animal?
922. Silly billy
923. Silly fool
924. Silly goose
925. Silly person
926. Silly sort
927. Sit on it
928. Sit on it!
929. Slangy suffix for bad or dumb
930. Smart follower?
931. Smart one?
932. Smart or wise follower
933. Something to be tapped slangily
934. Something to kick or bust
935. Something to kiss or kick
936. Something you might kiss when you're trying to please somebody
937. Sot
938. Source of a jawbone in the Bible
939. Source of a noted jawbone
940. Spanking site
941. Spectral types
942. Stereotypically stubborn animal
943. Stubborn animal
944. Stubborn beast of burden
945. Stubborn creature
946. Stubborn equine
947. Stubborn person
948. Stubborn quadruped
949. Stubborn type
950. Stubbornness symbol
951. Stupid jerk
952. Stupid person
953. Stupid sort
954. Subject of several songs/music videos of 2014
955. Sucker
956. Suffix that works with any adjective
957. Suffix with "good" or "bad"
958. Sure-footed mammal
959. Surefooted mammal
960. Symbol of stubbornness
961. Symbol of willfulness
962. Tail
963. Talker in Numbers
964. Talking biblical beast
965. Target at times kickwise
966. Tenth Commandment beast
967. Term of derision... or object of interest
968. The A in "WAP"
969. The ___ Kid (Willie Mays)
970. The law is a ___... Mr. Bumble
971. The law according to Mr. Bumble
972. The law per Dickens
973. The law to Bumble
974. The law to Mr. Bumble
975. Tibetan wild ___ (creature also known as the kiang)
976. Tired-___ showgirl (Phi Phi according to Sharon Needles)
977. Titania's love in "A Midsummer's Night Dream"
978. Tomfool
979. Traditional balker
980. Transportation for Jesus
981. Trillion opening
982. Trunk
983. Tuches
984. Twerking body part
985. Twerking part
986. Twit
987. Unimpressive mount
988. Unmannered one
989. Unpleasant person
990. Utter buffoon
991. Very rude person
992. Wanker
993. What Balaam sat on
994. What a peach emoji often symbolizes
995. What every peach emoji actually means according to "Cosmo"
996. What horrible food may taste like
997. What jeans might accentuate
998. What you might call the guy that hits a 1-outer against you*
999. White ___
1000. Wild ___ (equine)
1001. Wild donkey
1002. Wild equine
1003. Word accompanying a thrown drink maybe
1004. Word accompanying a tossed drink
1005. Word after bad or smart
1006. Word after dumb or smart
1007. Word after hard or bad
1008. Word after smart or wise
1009. Word before "hat" or "wipe"
1010. Word repeated 21 times at the beginning of "Dance" by Big Sean
1011. Word spelled with two dollar signs in a Big Sean song title
1012. Word that I could have used in my clue for ANAL last week but chose not to showing my maturity
1013. Word that often follows "smart" or "dumb"
1014. Working mammal
1015. Yahoo
1016. Zebra cousin
1017. Zebra kin
1018. Zebra's kin
1019. Zebra's mate rarely
1020. Zebra's mate sometimes
1021. Zebroid's parent perhaps
1022. Zoo animal
1023. [peach emoji]
1024. ___ sonata
1025. ___-kisser
1026. Horse's braying relative
1027. Mule’s kin
1028. Burro's relative
1029. Balaam's steed
1030. Donkey, biblically
1031. Pompous person, perhaps
1032. Burro, e.g.
1033. Dunderpate
1034. Wagon puller
1035. Kick-___ (2010 superhero movie)
1036. A Midsummer Night's Dream disguise
1037. ... jawbone of an ___ (Judges 15:16)
1038. Zebra's mate, rarely
1039. Jesus' mount, in John
1040. Onager, e.g.
1041. With the jawbone of an ___ ... (Judges 15:16)
1042. Syrian president
1043. The law is a ____ . . . Mr. Bumble
1044. Syria's president
1045. Syrias president
1046. Attack
1047. Syria's Bashar al-___
1048. Onager, for one
1049. Attacks verbally
1050. Damascus notable
1051. Hafez al-___, Syrian President
1052. President of Syria
1053. Very, in music
1054. Long-time Syrian president
1055. Jawbone provider, in the Bible
1056. Allegro ___ (very brisk, in music)
1057. Zebra's mate, sometimes
1058. Allegro ___ (very fast, in a score)
1059. One carrying a pack, sometimes
1060. Bashar of Syria
1061. Allegro ___ (very fast)
1062. Very much so, in music
1063. Jawbone source, in the Bible
1064. Zebroid's parent, perhaps
1065. Lash out at
1066. Strike out at
1067. Longtime Syrian president
1068. Longtime Mideast leader
1069. Syrian leader
1070. Went at
1071. Goes after
1072. Black tea from India
1073. Very, to Verdi
1074. Onslaught
1075. Forward
1076. Evaluate
1077. Syrian presidential family
1078. Set on
1079. Analyze
1080. State in NE India
1081. The Mambo Kings co-star
1082. Mideast political dynasty name
1083. Syrian strongman
1084. Go after
1085. Sets upon
1086. Go at
1087. Longtime Syrian strongman
1088. Syrian V.I.P.
1089. Went after
1090. Tears into
1091. Hoofed animal
1092. Attack vigorously
1093. Lay into
1094. Attacked vigorously
1095. Indian state known for its tea
1096. Longtime Syrian leader
1097. ___ tea
1098. Tested
1099. Top Hat dancer
1100. Says yes
1101. State
1102. _____ spumante
1103. Concerning
1104. Size up
1105. Desirable quality
1106. Selling point
1107. Org.
1108. Classify
1109. Syrian statesman
1110. Took stock of
1111. Big name in Syria
1112. Riddle, part 2
1113. Things of value
1114. Make certain
1115. Horses' relatives
1116. Pack animals
1117. Approval
1118. Give the nod
1119. Aide: Abbr.
1120. Soothed
1121. Chemical analysis
1122. Evaluates
1123. Say OK
1124. States positively
1125. Appraise
1126. It's a plus
1127. Go-ahead
1128. Obstinate equines
1129. Item of value
1130. Weigh
1131. Burros
1132. Gauge
1133. Rate
1134. Stubborn animals
1135. They bray
1136. Had a snack
1137. Johnny Cash "One Piece ___ Time"
1138. Part of NRA
1139. Tempe sch.
1140. Benefit
1141. Plus-side item
1142. Strong suit
1143. Great traits
1144. Home of St. Francis
1145. Declare
1146. Postulate
1147. Braying beasts
1148. Italian bubbly
1149. Breathing problem
1150. Sloping
1151. Barley bristle
1152. Oven setting
1153. State confidently
1154. Very, musically
1155. Verbally assault
1156. State in India
1157. Set upon
1158. State in northeast India
1159. Concur
1160. Thumbs-up
1161. Very, musically speaking
1162. State of India
1163. Middle of the quip
1164. Analyze for gold content
1165. Attacks
1166. Analyze, as an alloy
1167. Test ore
1168. Chump
1169. Panza's Dapple
1170. Beleaguer
1171. Lace into
1172. Storm
1173. Tea-growing state
1174. Beset
1175. Pounce upon
1176. Light into
1177. Shrek beast
1178. 1 Down, for one
1179. Allegro __ (very fast)
1180. State of India separated from the rest of the country by Bangladesh
1181. Rips into
1182. One found in a zebra crossing, maybe
1183. Jenny with a jack, e.g.
1184. Test one's metal?
1185. Syrian president Bashar al-___
1186. Jesus's mount, in John
1187. Onager, for example
1188. Dumb cluck
1189. Levy
1190. Domestic animal.
1191. Questioner of Balaam.
1192. Easternmost province of British India.
1193. Dolt.
1194. Strike against violently.
1195. Numskull.
1196. B-29 base.
1197. Long-eared quadruped.
1198. Its capital is Shillong.
1199. Greatest tea province in British India.
1200. Fool.
1201. Shillong is its capital.
1202. Symbol of stupidity.
1203. Zulu spear.
1204. Indian province where women vote.
1205. Metamorphosis of Apuleius' Lucian.
1206. Assault.
1207. Disguise of Bottom, the weaver.
1208. Speaker to Balaam.
1209. Sure-footed beast.
1210. African seaport, site of first Italian settlement.
1211. Booby.
1212. Buridan's ___, a man of indecision.
1213. He wore a lion's skin.
1214. Symbol of obstinacy.
1215. South African spear.
1216. Javelin used by Kaffirs.
1217. Burro's relative.
1218. Useful quadruped.
1219. Aftrican spear.
1220. Member of genus Equus.
1221. Ninnyhammer.
1222. Onager.
1223. Attack violently.
1224. Sancho Panza's beast.
1225. Attack.
1226. Equine.
1227. S. African spear.
1228. African javelin.
1229. Talking beast of the Bible.
1230. Attacked.
1231. Javelin.
1232. A Zulu spear.
1233. Palm tree of Brazil.
1234. Attacks.
1235. South African spears.
1236. Indian state
1237. Musical tempo direction.
1238. Tree of Brazil
1239. Fool in glasses
1240. Useful quadruped
1241. Member of genus Equus
1242. Equine
1243. Balaam's lecturer
1244. Buridan's ___
1245. Talking beast of the Bible
1246. Apuleius' "Golden ___"
1247. Balaam's adviser
1248. Dope; blockhead
1249. ... egregiously an ___: Iago
1250. Hardy and sure-footed animal
1251. Animal in glasses
1252. Samson used one’s jawbone as a weapon
1253. Braying burden bearer
1254. Possible mate for a horse