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Ladies =
Ideals.
Jo Mullins, AP, 1899

A lady's stocking =
Gal's dainty sock.
Nobel Holderread, 1933

Lady Chatterley's Lover =
Act really served hotly.
Author unknown

Lady Chatterley's Lover =
The clearly loved satyr.
Author unknown

Lambaste =
Beat, slam.
Kenneth, TE, 1926

Lamentations =
Listen at moan!.
O.N.E. One, NP, 1907

The Landing of the Pilgrims =
English, in flight, made port.
Viking, TE, 1931

The landscape gardener =
He planted ranged acres.
Moonshine, TE, 1927

The last days of Pompeii =
Past homes of Italy pied.
O. Possum, The Round Table, 1879

The last roundup =
Lo! Death turns up!
Author unknown

The Law of Self-preservation =
What a preventer of life loss!
Erik Bodin, 1932

Lazy person =
No spry zeal.
Emma Line, TE, 1914

The League of Nations =
Ah, late foes get union.
F.I. Nance, TE, 1919

Lhe Leaning Tower of Pisa =
What a foreign stone pile!
Sam Weller, GD, 1881

The legal profession =
Sole great help of sin.
Sir Urian, C, 1898

The legislature =
I see legal truth.
Ralph, The Sphinx, 1901

Leprachaun [variant spelling] =
Unreal chap.
Amaranth, date unknown

Monica Lewinsky =
Nice silky woman.
David Hubble, date unknown

A libel suit =
I'll sue a bit.
Francolin, TE, 1915

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. =
Fine tale; find thou a novel by Charles Dickens.
Lord Baltimore, The Study, 1892

Life insurance =
I rule finances.
Author unknown

The life insurance policy =
Lo, I help finance security.
Patrick J. Flavin, 1936

Likeness =
Ilk's seen.
D.C. Ver, TE, 1920

Limericks =
Slick rime.
Hexagony, C, 1908

A limited express =
I sped extra miles.
Ace, TE, 1912

Lionesses =
Noiseless.
Author unknown

The lips =
Lispeth.
O.N.E. One, NP, 1909

The liquor habit =
Quit! I rob health.
Jemand, TE, 1915

Long-distance =
STD line can go.
Author unknown

Long distance telephones =
Toll gained on speech sent.
Amaranth, B&O Magazine, 1924

A longtime between drinks =
Blanks on wet diet regimen.
R.P. Woodhouse, 1933

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow =
Won half the New World's glory.
Author unknown, Walsh's Handbook of Literary Curiosities, 1892

Look back in anger =
Bleak croaking on.
Author unknown

The Lord's Day =
Add holy rest.
Nibbs, TEE, 1898

The Lord's Prayer =
Pester "Old Harry".
Jason, The Sphinx, 1901

The Lord's Prayer =
Thy errors plead.
Ace, Mystic Argosy, 1898

Lowspiritedness =
Depression wilts.
Ef Fen, TEE, 1898

The Lost Paradise =
Earth's ideal spot.
Delian, TE, 1901

Lubrication =
Act, rub oil in.
Amaranth, TE, 1911

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Abbreviations used in the Hall of Fame
  • AG = Anagram Genius.
  • AP = The Ardmore Puzzler.
  • B&O = Baltimore & Ohio Magazine.
  • C = Complications (aka Inter-Ocean).
  • F-SP = The Four-Star Puzzler.
  • GD = Golden Days.
  • NT = The National Tribune.
  • NP = The Newark Puzzler.
  • TE = The Enigma.
  • TEE = The Eastern Enigma.
  • WW = Word Ways

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