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POSSIBLE CLUES FOR "AUNTS"
# Clue
1. Baby sitters, at times
2. Kin in a G. & S. line
3. Mame and Minnie
4. Some kin
5. Polly and Pittypat
6. Polly and Chloe
7. Tia and tante
8. Em et al.
9. Mom's sisters, e.g.
10. " . . . his cousins and his ___!": Gilbert
11. Chloe and Pittypat
12. Polly and Pittypat of fiction
13. Dad's sisters
14. Em and Bee
15. Some wedding guests
16. Em and Polly
17. Uncles' mates
18. Some volunteer baby sitters
19. Clara and Harriet, inTV
20. Hilda and Zelda, to Sabrina
21. Cousins' moms
22. Cousins' parents
23. Mom's sisters
24. Mothers' sisters
25. Em, Polly and Rhody
26. Polly and Jemima
27. Fiction's Em and Polly
28. Jemima and Em
29. Pittypat and Polly
30. Some baby sitters...
31. Doters on daughters, often
32. Patty and Selma, to Bart
33. Patty and Selma, to Lisa
34. PLACES FREQUENTLY VISITED BY 'ARRY, SALLY AND OTHERS
35. Cousins’ mothers
36. My parent's sisters
37. Mame and Jemima
38. Mother's sisters
39. Mame and Em
40. Polly and Eller
41. Cousins' mothers
42. Wedding attendees
43. Some wedding invitees
44. Eller and Em
45. Eunice and Jean, to Caroline
46. Some of the kinfolk
47. Kinswomen
48. Bee and Em, e.g.
49. Cousin's moms
50. Some of them are great
51. Godmothers, often
52. Bee and Polly, e.g.
53. Abby and Martha, to Mortimer, in "Arsenic and Old Lace"
54. Bee and Pittypat
55. Parent's sisters
56. Reunion attenders
57. Em, Bee and Polly
58. A president usually has one
59. Not visual
60. Unseen surroundings
61. Charismatic effect
62. Heard only
63. Pumpkins "We must never be apart" song "___ Adore"
64. ... said the master, who was a bit of ___--Flaubert
65. Invisible vibes
66. Mame, et al.
67. Some family reunion attenders
68. Some female relatives
69. Literature's Em and Polly
70. Women in the family
71. Rhody and Eller
72. Kin in a G. & S. line
73. . . . his cousins and his ___!: Gilbert
74. Mom's sisses
75. Bee and Em
76. Females at family reunions
77. Patty and Selma, to Bart Simpson
78. Women with nieces
79. Some sisters
80. Ma's sisters
81. Hilda and Zelda, to TV's Sabrina
82. Reunion attendees
83. Some doters on babies
84. Relatives of nieces
85. Clara and Harriet, in 1960s TV
86. Uncles' partners
87. Female relations
88. Senders of some Christmas gifts
89. Em and Bee, e.g.
90. Some reunion gatherers
91. Stereotypical fussbudgets
92. Fussy relatives, stereotypically
93. Female relatives
94. Relatives
95. Kinfolk
96. Last word of the "Pinafore" song, "I Am the Monarch of the Sea"
97. Parental relatives
98. "... his cousins and his ___!": Gilbert
99. "Arsenic and Old Lace" duo
100. "Tias" to Thomas
101. "Where I Find My Heaven" Gigolo ___
102. A nut's kin
103. Abby and Martha to Mortimer in "Arsenic and Old Lace"
104. Agatha and Dahlia in P. G. Wodehouse books
105. Airline worker
106. Baby shower guests
107. Baby sitters at times
108. Baby sitters sometimes
109. Babysitters at times
110. Babysitters perhaps
111. Bea and Em
112. Bee and Em e.g.
113. Bee and Em famously
114. Bee and Polly e.g.
115. Bee and others
116. Bee Em and others
117. Bertie Wooster's plague
118. Chloe and Polly.
119. Chloe and others.
120. Clara and Harriet in 1960s TV
121. Cousin carriers
122. Cousin providers
123. Dorothy's Em and others
124. Doters on daughters often
125. Doting relatives
126. Em and Bee e.g.
127. Em and Bee for two
128. Em and Ena notably
129. Em and Jemima
130. Em and Polly of fiction
131. Em and Polly in literature
132. Em Bee and Polly
133. Em Polly and Jemima
134. Em Polly and Rhody
135. Eunice and Jean to Caroline
136. Family circle members
137. Family females
138. Family members
139. Family members.
140. Family reunion attendees
141. Family tree branches
142. Family tree members
143. Family tree women
144. Father's sisters
145. Favorite hangouts
146. Funeral attendees perhaps
147. Fussy relatives stereotypically
148. Godmothers often
149. Granny's daughters
150. Granny's girls
151. Hilda and Zelda to Sabrina
152. Hilda and Zelda to TV's Sabrina
153. Holiday visitors
154. Ladies in the family
155. Ladies of the family
156. Mame and Polly
157. Mame and the like
158. Mame et al.
159. Many sisters
160. Mom's sisters e.g.
161. Moms' former playmates
162. Moms' sisters say
163. Mothers of cousins
164. P.G. Wodehouse's Agatha and Dahlia
165. Patty and Selma e.g.
166. Patty and Selma to Bart
167. Patty and Selma to Bart Simpson
168. Patty and Selma to Bart and Lisa
169. Patty and Selma to Lisa
170. Polly and Em of fiction
171. Polly and Em of literature
172. Polly and Rhody
173. Polly and Rhody for two
174. Potential baby sitters.
175. Relations
176. Relatives.
177. Reunion goers
178. Reunion participants
179. Shower organizers maybe
180. Sisters once
181. Some "cool" family members
182. Some babysitters
183. Some family reunion attendees
184. Some family tree branches
185. Some female reuners
186. Some kinfolk
187. Some members of the family
188. Some next of kin
189. Some of Granny's kids perhaps
190. Some of mom's sibs
191. Some parental siblings
192. Some relatives
193. Some reuners
194. Some reunion attendees
195. Some reunion guests
196. Some sibs of Dad to you
197. Some sitters
198. Some unpaid babysitters
199. Tantes ici
200. The perpetrators in "Arsenic and Old Lace"
201. Ti-as to Tom
202. Tias aqui
203. Tias in the U.S.
204. Tom's Polly and Dorothy's Em
205. Twain's Polly et al.
206. Uncles' spouses
207. Uncles' wives
208. Volunteer babysitters maybe
209. What sisters often are
210. Who Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm lived with
211. Women at some reunions
212. Women in a tree?
213. Wooster's bane
214. Zelda and Hilda to Sabrina the Teenage Witch
215. Last word of "I Am the Monarch of the Sea"
216. Some sibs of Dad, to you
217. Atmosphere
218. Family member, affectionately
219. Mom's sis
220. Ambiance
221. A special glow
222. A psychic may sense it
223. Certain mystique
224. An intangible air
225. A distinctive but intangible air about a person
226. Mom's sister, informally
227. Your parents' sisters
228. Relative nickname
229. Nickname within the family, sometimes
230. Ambience
231. Distinctive air
232. Heard, but not seen
233. Halo
234. Foreign tender?
235. Je ne sais quoi
236. Otherworldly glow
237. Glow
238. Mystique
239. Hearing-related
240. Ear-related
241. Vibe
242. Mood
243. =-- -garde
244. Intangible quality
245. Invisible emanation
246. Star quality
247. It's given off
248. Heavenly glow
249. Certain something
250. Household helper
251. ___ Lee (Civil War song from which "Love Me Tender" was adapted)
252. Volunteer babysitters, maybe
253. La Toya and Janet, to Blanket
254. Of the ear.
255. Gentle wind: Gr. Myth.
256. Personality-laden atmosphere.
257. Part of a chorus in "Pinafore."
258. Atmosphere.
259. Gold: Abbr.
260. Last word of "I Am the Monarch of the Sea."
261. Air of distinction.
262. A glory.
263. Family member.
264. Aspect.
265. Distinctive air.
266. Chloe and Polly
267. Chloe and others
268. Mom’s sisters
269. They might spoil their niblings
270. Dad’s sisters