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1. Antique adjective
2. Word with shoppe
3. Shoppe word
4. Ye ___ tea shoppe
5. Ye ___ gift shoppe
6. Ye ___ curiosity shoppe
7. Venerable, of yore
8. Shoppe sign word
9. Ye ___ Tavern
10. Ye ___ Coffee Shoppe
11. Word before shoppe
12. Ye follower
13. Ye ___ Shoppe
14. One kind of shoppe
15. Word with "shoppe"
16. Adjective for shoppe
17. Antique, to Chaucer
18. "Ye ___ Shoppe"
19. Like Chaucer's feldes or bokes
20. Ye _____ Shoppe
21. Adjective for an antique store
22. Ye _____ Book Shoppe
23. Obsolete for "obsolete"
24. Ye _____ Curiosity Shoppe
25. Ancient, in bygone days
26. Ye ____ Shoppe
27. Word in many antique shop names
28. "Ye" follower, sometimes
29. Part of an antique shop name
30. Like some shoppes
31. Start of some inn names
32. Like a shoppe
33. Part of many "shoppe" names
34. Word on a shoppe sign
35. Word with "ye"
36. Dated, formerly
37. Ye ___
38. ___ English(Miller brand)
39. Antique, once
40. Adjective after ye
41. Follower of "ye"
42. Antique, quaintly
43. Quaint adjective in an alehouse name
44. Quaint, in store names
45. Word in some shoppe names
46. Bing Crosby's Merrie ___ Christmas (1977 TV special)
47. Adjective in some "shoppe" names
48. Renaissance faire adjective
49. Twee shop descriptor
50. Victorian-era shoppe sign word
51. Word in twee store names
52. Ye ___ Sweet Shoppe
53. It often follows "Ye"
54. Ye __ Tea Shoppe
55. Retro sign word
56. Shoppe type
57. Merrie __ England
58. __ Mistick Village: CT tourist site
59. Yore of yore
60. Word often following "ye"
61. Ye __ Shoppe
62. Ye __ Tavern
63. __ English Bulldogge
64. Chaucerian adjective
65. Merrie follower
66. Part of some inn names
67. ___ Mistick Village (CT tourist site)
68. Classic, in cheesy store names
69. Quaint word in some bar names
70. ___ English 800 (malt liquor)
71. ___ English Bulldogge (breed)
72. Retro alehouse word
73. Shoppe opening?
74. Archaic, archaically
75. Word after ye
76. Adjective for Chaucer
77. Modifier that follows ye
78. ___ English Bulldogge (retro dog breed)
79. Ye ___ Cheshire Cheese (Fleet Street pub)
80. Shoppe-worn?
81. Like some "shoppes"
82. Part of many shoppe names
83. Antique shop adjective
84. Shoppe sign word, often
85. Quaint shoppe word
86. Renaissance faire word
87. Shoppe sign adjective
88. __ worlde: quaintly fashionable
89. Renaissance Faire sign word
90. Adjective for a 93-Across
91. Like many shoppes
92. Quaint retail word
93. Antique shoppe adjective
94. Quaint retail adjective
95. Quaint store adjective
96. Sign word evoking days of yore
97. Pleasingly dated retail adjective
98. Self-descriptive adjective
99. Word for Merrie England
100. Venerable, in the past
101. Ye __ Antique Shoppe
102. Like Ye Shoppe
103. Ye __ Booke Shoppe
104. Shoppe preceder on signs
105. Word on a quaint store sign
106. One who's late to adopt the latest
107. Former inamorato or inamorata
108. Any Beatles tune, now
109. Any song on a 78
110. Hit from Grandpa's day
111. Radio blast from the past
112. Grayer, perhaps
113. Bygone love interest
114. Cigarette brand that once used the slogan "Not a cough in a carload"
115. Less likely to be carded, say
116. Like George W. vis-أ -vis Jeb Bush
117. They're often archived
118. American flag
119. Quite familiar
120. Guinness Book superlative
121. Hound Dog or "What's New Pussycat?"
122. Fossils
123. Checker piece, e.g.
124. Famous geyser in 39-Across
125. Lover of history?
126. Nickname for Yale
127. Long-gone
128. Like Fenway among all major-league ballparks
129. Enemies from way back
130. Mature, as a forest
131. Letters on the indexing of all Matador Records releases
132. Madrid cheers
133. Part of the Desert Storm coalition
134. Comedy partner of 59 Across
135. Song that brings back memories
136. Former favorites
137. Traditional song, lyrics by Samuel Woodworth
138. Return to Sender, for one
139. The _____ and the Sea
140. 88 model
141. 98, for one
142. Great European painter prior to 19th century
143. Like a Dickensian curiosity shop
144. Adjective in some antique store names
145. Adjective seen before "shoppe"آ‌
146. Ye ___ Curiosity Shop (Seattle knickknack store)
147. Word before tea shoppe
148. Ye-Shoppe
149. Antique store word
150. Adjective after "ye"
151. Ye follower on signs
152. Adjective on "shoppe" signs
153. Long-lived, in some store names
154. Word in "Shoppe" names, often
155. Quaint adjective
156. Like a Dickensian curiosity shoppe
157. Shoppe qualifier
158. Kind of shoppe
159. Word for a shoppe
160. Companion of ye and shoppe
161. Tea shoppe word
162. Ye ___ dresse shoppe
163. Word with shop
164. Adjective for a shoppe
165. Shoppe modifier
166. Opposite of modern
167. Comparatively antique
168. From furthest back
169. The ___ trick in the book!
170. Renaissance fair descriptor
171. Shoppe description
172. Like some antique shops
173. Merrie ___ England
174. Shoppe descriptor
175. Shoppe adjective
176. Word that often follows "ye"
177. Ye ___ Antique Shoppe
178. Quaint shop adjective
179. Ye follower, often
180. Medieval adjective
181. ___ English Bulldogge
182. Like many a shoppe
183. ___ Towne
184. Antique, antiquely
185. Word on many medieval signs
186. Vintage sign word
187. Aged, in an earlier age
188. ___-tyme
189. ___ English 800 (Miller Brand)
190. Adjective for a coach house inn, maybe
191. Part of many an antique shop name
192. ___ English
193. Quaint sign word
194. Quaint, quaintly
195. From times past
196. ___ English 8 (Miller brand)
197. Favorite adjective for shoppe
198. Ye ___ Gifte Shoppe
199. "Bing Crosby's Merrie ___ Christmas" (1977 TV special)
200. "Merrie England" adjective
201. "Ye ___ Curiosity Shoppe"
202. "Ye" follower
203. "Ye" follower on shoppe signs
204. "Ye" follower often
205. "Ye" follower on shoppe signs
206. "Ye" follower sometimes
207. Adjective after "Ye" in many a pub's name
208. Adjective for a coach house inn maybe
209. Adjective in some alehouse names
210. Adjective in some gift shoppe names
211. Adjective on a quaint shop sign
212. Adjective on a shoppe sign
213. Adjective seen before 'shoppe'
214. Adjective that often follows ye
215. Adjective with shoppe
216. Aged in an earlier age
217. Aged once
218. Aged quaintly
219. Ancient affectedly
220. Ancient in Middle English
221. Ancient in bygone days
222. Antecedent for tea shoppe.
223. Antiquated adjective appropriately enough
224. Antiquated in adspeak
225. Antiquated word on a sign
226. Antique 'antique'
227. Antique antique
228. Antique shop sign word
229. Antique shop's affectation
230. Antique store adjective
231. Antique antiquely
232. Antique once
233. Antique quaintly
234. Antique to Chaucer
235. Antique-store adjective
236. Archaic archaically
237. Authentic looking word on some signs
238. Barq's Famous ___ Tyme Root Beer
239. Bygone quaintly
240. Chaucer-era "ancient"
241. Chaucerian descriptor
242. Classic in cheesy store names
243. Cutesy word in store names
244. Dated formerly
245. Description of Ye Shoppe
246. Faux-antique adjective
247. Faux-antique sign word
248. Follower of "ye " often
249. Follower of Ye?
250. Follower of ye
251. Gift Shoppe word
252. Gift shoppe adjective
253. It may follow 'ye'
254. It may follow ye
255. Kind of shoppe.
256. Like a quaint shoppe
257. Like a shoppe or a towne
258. Like a shoppe agewise
259. Like a shoppe perhaps
260. Like merrie England
261. Long-lived in some store names
262. Merrie -- England
263. Merrie___ England
264. Old "old."
265. Outdated spelled in an outdated way
266. Part of many an inn's name
267. Pseudoarchaic adjective
268. Quaint adjective for a "shoppe"
269. Quaint descriptor
270. Quaint establishment adjective
271. Quaint shop descriptor
272. Quaint shop sign adjective
273. Quaint shop sign word
274. Quaint sign adjective
275. Quaint store descriptor
276. Quaint word in some tavern names
277. Quaint as a shoppe
278. Quaint faux-quaintly
279. Quaint in store names
280. Quaint quaintly
281. Quainte
282. Quainte shoppe signe
283. Quaintly antique
284. Quaintly dated
285. Renaissance Faire descriptor
286. Retro adjective
287. Shoppe describer
288. Shoppe sign word often
289. Shoppe type?
290. Shoppe-sign word
291. Shoppe-signe worde
292. Sign word after "Ye"
293. Time-tested in cheesy store names
294. Traditional quaintly
295. Venerable in the past
296. Venerable of yore
297. Venerable once
298. Vintage sign term
299. Vintage on store signs
300. Word after "Ye"
301. Word after "Ye " perhaps
302. Word after "ye" on quaint signs
303. Word after "ye" on signs
304. Word after 'Ye' in store names
305. Word after 'ye ' often
306. Word before 'shoppe'
307. Word before towne or tyme
308. Word in "Shoppe" names often
309. Word in antique-store names
310. Word in cutesy shop names
311. Word in cutesy store names
312. Word in many shoppe names
313. Word in quaint store names
314. Word in touristy shop names
315. Word in twee shop names
316. Word often after "Ye"
317. Word often incorrectly preceded by "ye"
318. Word on a shoppe's door
319. Word on many malt liquor bottles
320. Word on shoppe signs
321. Word with shoppe.
322. Word with ye and shoppe
323. Ye -- Tea Shoppe
324. Ye -- shoppe
325. Ye ___ Bake Shoppe
326. Ye ___ Book Shoppe
327. Ye ___ Booke Shoppe
328. Ye ___ Candle Shoppe
329. Ye ___ Cheshire Cheese (pub frequented by Dickens)
330. Ye ___ Curiosity Shop
331. Ye ___ English Crossword Entry
332. Ye ___ Gifte Shoppe.
333. Ye ___ Inne
334. Ye ___ Pie Shoppe
335. Ye ___ Tavern.
336. Ye ___ Vape Shoppe
337. Ye ___ malt shoppe
338. Ye ___ towne shoppe
339. Ye ___...
340. Ye follower frequently
341. Ye follower often
342. Ye trailer
343. Ye-Shoppe go-between
344. Ye-Shoppe link
345. ___ English "800" (malt liquor brand)
346. ___ English 800 (Miller malt liquor)
347. ___ English 800 (malt liquor brand)
348. ___ Heurich (Washington D. C. beer)
349. ___ Mistick Village: CT tourist site
350. ___ Thompson (gourmet spice company)
351. ___ Tyme (bygone in brand names)
352. ___ Tyme (quaint)
353. ___ tyme (Victorian-era maybe)
354. ___ worlde
355. ___ worlde: quaintly fashionable
356. ___-tyme (quaint)
357. Ye _____ Sweet Shoppe
358. Certain days
359. Bygone
360. More senior
361. Ancient
362. 1950s classic, e.g.
363. Antique
364. Wiser companion
365. Like days of yore
366. What you'll be on your next birthday
367. Of yesteryear
368. Further along in life
369. Like Fenway, among MLB ballparks
370. Fuddy-duddy
371. Hardly a hipster
372. Of yore
373. Having seniority
374. Out
375. Like a big brother
376. Guinness superlative
377. Senior
378. EX
379. Coot
380. White-whiskered sort
381. Trite
382. Like Jackie Jackson, in the Jackson 5
383. Geezers
384. Passأ©
385. So yesterday
386. Stale
387. Former lovers
388. Out-of-date
389. Golden song
390. Lacking freshness
391. Blast from the past
392. Upstate New York city
393. Designer Cassini
394. Spanish cheer
395. Spreadable substitute
396. Bullring shout
397. Bullfight yell
398. Fatty liquid
399. Antipasto morsel
400. Radio format
401. One with lots of experience
402. More aged
403. Longer in the tooth
404. The Stars and Stripes
405. Up in years
406. __ tyme (Victorian-era, maybe)
407. __ Tyme (quaint)
408. Less fresh
409. Not as new
410. Of a bygone era
411. Immemorial
412. More skilled.
413. Ye ___ tea shoppe.
414. Poetically ancient.
415. Not new, in Chaucer's day.
416. Ye ___ Gift Shoppe.
417. More experienced.
418. Ye ___ Curiositie Shoppe.
419. Ancient: Poet.
420. City in N Germany.
421. Ancient.
422. Days of yore.
423. Not new, in Chaucer's day
424. Ye ___ Curiositie Shoppe
425. Old "old"
426. Ye ___ Taverne