Crossword clues for east
- Big ___ (sports conference)
- China and environs, with "the"
- ___ Anglia
- Middle ___
- One team in the N.B.A. All-Star Game, with "the"
- Sports division
- 3:00, on a compass
- One side in the annual Shrine Game
- Far ___
- See 64-Across
- Jet stream's heading
- One N.B.A. All-Star Game team
- Wind tile in mah-jongg
- Manhattan's ___ Village
- A.L. division for the Yankees
- "It is the ___, and Juliet is the sun": Romeo
- Heading for Marco Polo
- The cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees
- The countries of Asia
- A side of N.Y.C.
- One of Gotham's rivers
- Where Helios rises
- Bridge player
- "___ of the Sun . . . ," 1935 song
- Cardinal point
- Big Apple side
- Port side when sailing south
- "___ Lynne," 1861 novel
- "I turn my back to the ___": Blake
- One of N.J.'s Oranges
- Start of a Steinbeck title
- Down or Middle follower
- Maugham's "___ of Suez"
- Asch's "___ River"
- River dividing New York City
- Wicked witch's home in "The Wizard of Oz"
- The Big ___ of basketball
- Sunrise spot
- A N.Y.C. river
- Starboard side of a compass
- N.C. senator
- Sunup site
- One End of London
- Compass point
- Part of 14-Down
- See 17 Across
- Dummy position
- N.C.A.A. regional
- Steinbeck's "_____ of Eden"
- Toward the Levant
- Down follower
- Shrine Bowl team
- Eliot's "___ Coker"
- Far or Middle ___
- ___ Lansing, Mich.
- A side of New York
- Word with Far or Middle
- "___ of Suez," Maugham play
- Down ___ (New England)
- One of Kipling's "twain"
- River spanned by the Brooklyn Bridge
- Down ___ (New England or Maine)
- Follower of Middle or Far
- London's ___ End
- "___ Lynne"
- Certain mah-jongg player
- ___ Egg, "Gatsby" locale
- Direction from Eden to Nod
- Whence came Zen
- Football team (see 53 Across)
- A way to go
- N.Y.C. river
- Packy ___ (Bob Hope)
- Packy ___ (Hope as a boxer)
- Sholem Asch's "___ River"
- A side of the Big Apple
- One of Manhattan's rivers
- Bridge dummy, at times
- Whence the Magi came
- ___ Ham, London suburb
- Old-time tear-jerker, "___ Lynne"
- Vane point
- Bridge spot
- Word with Orange or Lyme
- A river of N.Y.C.
- An opponent of 3 Down
- Starboard side when sailing north
- Lynne or India
- A side of Manhattan
- Senator from N.C.
- "___ Lynne," Victorian best seller
- This never meets West
- Anagram for sate
- With 47 Across, part of London
- Glasgow-to-Edinburgh direction
- Word after Middle or Far
- Late Senator from N.C.
- Bridge position
- Big ___conference
- Asia, the "the"
- Bridge seat
- Locale of Shakespeare's "fiery portal"
- Sunup direction
- Team in an annual all-star game
- Asia, with "the"
- Toward sunrise
- Orioles' division, with "the"
- It's right in the atlas
- Atlantic Coast states, with "the"
- White House's ___ Room
- How the Amazon flows
- Part of SEATO
- Side in an all-star game
- ___ Orange, N.J.
- Daybreak direction
- N.F.C. division
- It may be Far or Near
- 90 degrees, on a compass
- Toward sunup
- Sunrise direction
- Eden-to-Nod direction
- Atlantic Seaboard, with "the"
- 90 degrees
- Whence the Magi, with "the"
- N.F.C. ___
- N.F.L. conference
- Big ___ Conference
- New England's locale
- All-star game side, often
- Near ___
- Down ___ (Maine)
- It's right on your map
- Atlantic states, with "the"
- It may be due
- National League division
- Right on the map
- New York's ___ River
- It's right on the map
- Needle point?
- How Phileas Fogg traveled
- Sun spot?
- Magi origin
- Certain all-star team
- Like Nod, to Eden
- N.C.A.A. tournament division
- Magi's origin
- N.L. ___
- League division
- Opponent of 28-Across
- All-star game side
- 90В° from north
- New York City's ___ River
- With 22-Down, Korea's location
- Whence daybreak
- "___ of Eden"
- "It is the ___, and Juliet is the sun!"
- Point to the right
- Marco Polo's heading
- Far or down follower
- Biblical star locale, with "the"
- Magi's origin, with "the"
- Atlantic Coast area, with "the"
- Toward dawn
- All-Star team, with "the"
- Steinbeck title starter
- Right on a map
- Bridge hand
- How the Lincoln Memorial faces
- Big ___
- See 115-Down
- Toward the rising sun
- Point in the right direction?
- Point to the right?
- What the Lincoln Memorial faces
- Down ___
- ___ River (what the Brooklyn Bridge spans)
- ___ St. Louis, Ill.
- Atlantic Seaboard states, with "the"
- "Yonder window," according to Romeo
- The right point?
- American League division
- Direction of sunup
- Rightmost bridge position
- Toward the dawn
- A.L. or N.L. division
- The "E" in N.L.E.
- Oil source
- Direction after Near, Middle or Far
- Defender in a bridge column
- Compass heading
- Part of the U.S. that's usually first with election returns
- ___ Room (largest room in the White House)
- The White House's ___ Room
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
East \East\, a.
Toward the rising sun; or toward the point where the sun rises when in the equinoctial; as, the east gate; the east border; the east side; the east wind is a wind that blows from the east.
(Eccl.) Designating, or situated in, that part of a church which contains the choir or chancel; as, the east front of a cathedral.
East \East\ ([=e]st), n. [OE. est, east, AS. e['a]st; akin to D. oost, oosten, OHG. [=o]stan, G. ost, osten, Icel. austr, Sw. ost, Dan. ["o]st, ["o]sten, Lith. auszra dawn, L. aurora (for ausosa), Gr. 'hw`s, "e`os, 'a`yws, Skr. ushas; cf. Skr. ush to burn, L. urere. [root]149, 288. Cf. Aurora, Easter, Sterling.]
The point in the heavens where the sun is seen to rise at the equinox, or the corresponding point on the earth; that one of the four cardinal points of the compass which is in a direction at right angles to that of north and south, and which is toward the right hand of one who faces the north; the point directly opposite to the west.
The east began kindle.
The eastern parts of the earth; the regions or countries which lie east of Europe; the orient. In this indefinite sense, the word is applied to Asia Minor, Syria, Chaldea, Persia, India, China, etc.; as, the riches of the East; the diamonds and pearls of the East; the kings of the East.
The gorgeous East, with richest hand, Showers on her kings barbaric pearl and gold.
(U. S. Hist. and Geog.) Formerly, the part of the United States east of the Alleghany Mountains, esp. the Eastern, or New England, States; now, commonly, the whole region east of the Mississippi River, esp. that which is north of Maryland and the Ohio River; -- usually with the definite article; as, the commerce of the East is not independent of the agriculture of the West.
East by north, East by south, according to the notation of the mariner's compass, that point which lies 111/4[deg] to the north or south, respectively, of the point due east.
East-northeast, East-southeast, that which lies 221/2[deg] to the north or south of east, or half way between east and northeast or southeast, respectively. See Illust. of Compass.
East \East\, adv. Eastward.
East \East\, v. i. To move toward the east; to veer from the north or south toward the east; to orientate.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English east, eastan (adj., adv.) "east, easterly, eastward;" easte (n.), from Proto-Germanic *aust- "east," literally "toward the sunrise" (cognates: Old Frisian ast "east," aster "eastward," Dutch oost Old Saxon ost, Old High German ostan, German Ost, Old Norse austr "from the east"), from PIE *aus- (1) "to shine," especially of the dawn (cognates: Sanskrit ushas "dawn;" Greek aurion "morning;" Old Irish usah, Lithuanian auszra "dawn;" Latin aurora "dawn," auster "south;" see aurora). The east is the direction in which dawn breaks. For theory of shift in the geographical sense in Latin, see Australia.\n
\nAs one of the four cardinal points of the compass, from c.1200. Meaning "the eastern part of the world" (from Europe) is from c.1300. Cold War use of East for "communist states" first recorded 1951. French est, Spanish este are borrowings from Middle English, originally nautical. The east wind in Biblical Palestine was scorching and destructive (as in Ezek. xvii:10); in New England it is bleak, wet, unhealthful. East End of London so called by 1846; East Side of Manhattan so called from 1871; East Indies (India and Southeast Asia) so called 1590s to distinguish them from the West Indies.
a. 1 Situated or lying in or towards the east; eastward. 2 (context meteorology English) wind from the east 3 Of or pertaining to the east; eastern. 4 From the East; oriental. 5 (cx ecclesiastical English) Designating, or situated in, that part of a church which contains the choir or chancel. adv. towards the east; eastwards n. One of the four principal compass points, specifically 90°, conventionally directed to the right on maps; the direction of the rising sun at an equinox.
adj. situated in or facing or moving toward the east [ant: west]
adv. to, toward, or in the east; "we travelled east for several miles"
n. the cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees [syn: due east, E]
the countries of Asia [syn: Orient]
the region of the United States lying north of the Ohio River and east of the Mississippi River [syn: eastern United States]
East is a cardinal direction or compass point.
East, EAST, or The East may also refer to:
East was the third studio album by Australian pub rock band Cold Chisel, released in June 1980. The album peaked at No. 2 and spent 63 weeks on the national chart. It was the biggest-selling Australian album release of the year. It was the only Cold Chisel album to chart in America, reaching 171 on the Billboard 200. It also reached number 32 on the New Zealand charts.
East is the fourth EP by darkwave band Ego Likeness. It was the final Compass EP to be released, marking the end of the series. The EP had a limited pressing of 300 copies and was independently released on July 3, 2012 through the band's official website.
"East" is the fifteenth and penultimate episode of the sixth season and the 82nd episode overall of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead, which aired on AMC on March 27, 2016.
East (also known as North Child in the UK and Australia) is a 2003 novel by the author Edith Pattou. It is an adaptation of an old Norwegian folk tale entitled " East of the Sun and West of the Moon" and is an ALA Top Ten Best Book for Young Adults. The novel is written in a style similar to that of Brian Jacques, including the use of a change in point of view in each chapter.
As of 2016, Pattou is currently working on West, the sequel to East, that will continue Rose and the White Bear's story, nine years after the end of East.
East is a 1975 verse play by Steven Berkoff, dealing with growing up and rites of passage in London's rough East End.
The play was premiered at the Edinburgh Festival at the Traverse in 1975.
The 25th anniversary production, produced by Steven Berkoff's East Productions and Marc Sinden and starring Tanya Franks, started at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley. The tour included the Edinburgh Festival (winning the Stage Award for Best Ensemble work at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe) and the Théâtre de Silvia Monfort, Paris. It opened at London's Vaudeville Theatre on 15 September 1999 where the DVD of the production was filmed in front of a live audience.
East is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Angela East, British cellist
- Bobby East (born 1984), American racing driver
- Danny East (born 1991), English footballer
- David East, British rugby union official
- David East (artist), American artist
- Elyssa East, American writer
- Guy East, British film producer
- Jamie East (born 1974), English television presenter
- Jeff East (born 1957), American actor
- John Porter East, US Senator
- Katherine East, Canadian-British actress
- Kevin East (born 1971), American soccer player
- May East, Brazilian musician
- Michael East (composer) (c. 1580–1648), English organist and composer
- Michael East (athlete) (born 1978), English middle distance runner
- Morris East (born 1973), Filipino boxer
- Nathan East (born 1955), American musician
- Paul East (born 1946), New Zealand politician
- Ray East (born 1947), English cricketer
- Robert East (actor) (born 1943), Welsh actor
- Ron East (born 1943), American football player
- Stella East (born 1955), Canadian-Norwegian illustrator
- Thomas East, English printer and music publisher
- Warren East (born 1961), British businessman
- William East (disambiguation)
East is the seventh studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Rutledge, slated for release in 2016 on Outside Music. The album's title has a dual meaning, reflecting both Rutledge's move from Toronto to a new home in the Prince Edward County region of Ontario following his 2014 album Daredevil, and the fact that the album was recorded in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The album was produced by Daniel Ledwell.
Usage examples of "east".
According to it, the Franks, uniting with the barons of Antioch and its fiefs, abetted by certain Knights Templars and whatever forces could be recruited in Tripoli and Jerusalem, would go against Islam in the east and north, rescue Edessa, and repair the bulwarks of Antioch against the danger of invasion.
Beside the cushion was a vacant throne, radiant as morning in the East, ablaze with devices in gold and gems, a seat to fill the meanest soul with sensations of majesty and tempt dervishes to the sitting posture.
Give me the Saltings of Essex with the east winds blowing over them, and the primroses abloom upon the bank, and the lanes fetlock deep in mud, and for your share you may take all the scented gardens of Sinan and the cups and jewels of his ladies, with the fightings and adventures of the golden east thrown in.
Eads, the engineer, determined to establish the piers and abutments on rock at a depth for the east pier and east abutment of 136 ft.
The German victories in Europe, including the fall of France in June 1940, buoyed the Japanese into believing that alliance with Germany could help in achieving their goals in East Asia, and in September of that year Japan signed a tripartite pact with the Axis powers.
East was bestowed, by the same influence, on Sabinian, a wealthy and subtle veteran, who had attained the infirmities, without acquiring the experience, of age.
Crimson clover has highest adaptation to the States east of the Allegheny Mountains and west of the Cascades, but will also grow in the more Central States south, in which moisture is abundant.
Even densely peopled areas like north Kent, the Sussex coast, west Gloucestershire and east Somerset, immediately adjoin areas like the Weald of Kent and Sussex where Romano-British remains hardly occur.
Naivasha and Kisumu, which adjoin the Victoria Nyanza, formed at first the Eastern province of Uganda, but were transferred to the East Africa protectorate on the 1st of April 1902.
Such were the remonstrances made to his catholic majesty with respect to the illegality of the prize, which the French East India company asserted was taken within shot of a neutral port, that the Penthievre was first violently wrested out of the hands of the captors, then detained as a deposit, with sealed hatches, and a Spanish guard on board, till the claims of both parties could be examined, and at last adjudged to be an illegal capture, and consequently restored to the French, to the great disappointment of the owners of the privateer.
Coral Lorenzen, author of The Great Flying Saucer Hoax and an international director of the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization, immediately followed through on the startling rumors by putting in a call to Terry Clarke of KALG Radio in Alamogordo, nine miles east of Holloman.
Bay of Eldamar, and the Teleri saw the coming of that ship out of the East and they were amazed, gazing from afar upon the light of the Silmaril, and it was very great.
One who, with his kingdom afire in the east and north and smouldering in the west, could fling his whole heart like a child into his play, had greatness in him.
The sky was heavy with drifting masses of cloud, aflare with red and gold and all the sunset colours, from the black line of coast, lying in the west, far into the east, where sea and sky were turning gray.
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