Crossword clues for men
- "All ___ are created equal . . ."
- "All __ are liars": Psalms
- "A Few Good __"
- "A Few Good ____"
- "___ in Black" (Will Smith/Tommy Lee Jones sci-fi franchise)
- Yale Law students, until 1918
- Word with police or fire
- Word with foot or fore
- Word on some restroom doors
- Word on a bathhouse door
- Word below a stick figure, often
- Word after fire or police
- Will Smith hit "___ in Black"
- Will Smith "___ in Black"
- What was "Raining" on The Weather Girls
- What boys become
- What a jilted woman may exclaim
- Wells' "The First __ in the Moon"
- WC door word
- Warlocks, e.g
- Warlocks, but not witches
- Viagra takers
- Vassar students beginning in 1969
- Valets, e.g
- Uncles and dads
- U.S. Presidents, so far
- Those who stand to go
- They're on boards
- They're from Mars, in a book title
- They're "easy to get but hard to keep": Mae West
- They once acted like boys
- They may be at work
- They are found in this puzzle's three longest answers
- There are two and a half of them on a CBS sitcom
- Their shirt buttons are on the right
- The Three Stooges or the Three Musketeers
- The start of the four theme entries, collectively
- The entire cast of "My Dinner With Andre"
- The Beatles and the Stones, e.g
- Target audience for "Shave" magazine
- Syracuse athletes, once
- Steinbeck title closer
- Stag-party invitees
- Stag participants
- Stag guests
- Sorry! pieces
- Some grownups
- Some grown-ups
- Some foes of orcs
- Some bishops and kings
- Smith and Jones, together in film
- Sign on one of two restroom doors
- Sign guys look for in a bar?
- Shots in a video game
- Sherwood's merry group
- Sherwood Forest's merry denizens
- Sherwood Forest's Merry ___
- Roughly half the world
- Roughly half of the world's population
- Roughly half of all adults
- Rooks, for example
- Rooks and pawns
- Rockers --- at Work
- Robin Hood's merry crew
- Robert Penn Warren's "All the King's ___"
- Restaurant sign
- R&B's Boyz II __
- Queens on a board
- Pro footballers
- Popes and cardinals, but not nuns
- Pieces or tokens
- Pieces on a board
- Part of the world's population
- Ones "from Mars"
- One-hitters Baha ___
- One of a pair of door signs
- Old boys?
- Old boys
- Not quite half of us
- No WNBA players
- No students at Wellesley
- Multiple males
- Multiple guys
- Much of the population
- Most sports fans
- Most soldiers
- Most priests
- Most misogynists
- Most Boy Scout leaders
- Most baritones
- Minority of NYU students
- Maxim's target readership
- Masculine types
- Male persons
- Male personnel
- Levitra takers
- Leaders of patriarchies
- Last word of a Steinbeck title
- Knights, bishops, rooks, etc
- Kings and bishops
- King, pawn, etc
- Jones film, "___ in Black"
- Humanoid males
- Horse opera cast, mostly
- Haberdashery customers
- Grownup boys
- Grooms, e.g
- Grooms, but not brides
- GQ target
- Good bit of the population
- Gentle closing?
- Fraternity members, for example
- Former boys
- Foot or fore
- First-sentence word in the Gettysburg Address
- Exclamation with rolled eyes
- Esquire's target
- Equal creations, all
- Entire "Glengarry Glen Ross" cast, e.g
- Eliot's ''The Hollow ___''
- Disks on checkerboards
- Details-oriented folk?
- Dads and uncles
- Cruiser's targets?
- Chess units
- Chess tokens
- Chess set figurines
- Chess components
- Certain door sign
- Cardinals and popes
- Canadiens, Cavaliers and Cowboys
- Camper Van Beethoven "Pictures of Matchstick ___"
- Brando movie, with "The"
- Brando film, with "The"
- Boyz II ___ (R&B group)
- Bishops and pawns
- Bishops and knights
- Bishop, rook, etc
- Bachelor party attendees, typically
- Australian rockers __ at Work
- Androphobe's fear
- American voters before 1920
- Almost half of us
- All US presidents
- All U.S. Senate majority leaders, thus far
- All U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents
- All U.S. presidents
- All Supreme Court justices, up to 1981
- All Supreme Court justices before O'Connor
- All Speakers of the House, thus far
- All official Boston Marathon entrants, once
- All of our presidents
- All NBA players
- All McSorley's Old Ale House patrons until 1970
- All major-league umpires, so far
- All major party presidential nominees, until 2016
- All Major League Baseball players, as of now
- All Harvard students, once
- All Citadel cadets until 1995
- All chief justices of the United States, so far
- All chess pieces, inaptly
- All chess pieces (even the queen!)
- All astronauts, until Sally Ride
- Adult fellows
- Adult boys
- Ace preceder
- About half of the adult population
- About 80% of members of Congress
- 80% of U.S. senators, currently
- "White ___ Can't Jump" (1992 movie)
- "White ___ Can't Jump"
- "White __ Can't Jump"
- "Two and a Half ___" (Kutcher/Cryer sitcom)
- "Three ___ and a Baby" (1987 movie)
- "Three ___ and a Baby" (1987 comedy)
- "Three __ and a Baby"
- "The unfair sex."
- "That's so like a guy!"
- "That's just like a guy!"
- "Robin Hood: ___ in Tights" (Mel Brooks movie)
- "Robin Hood: ___ in Tights"
- "Raining ___" (2010 Rihanna song)
- "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead ___ Tell No Tales"
- "Of Mice and __"
- "Mystery ___" (1999 superhero comedy)
- "Mad ___" (TV show starring Jon Hamm)
- "Mad ___" (show that ended in May)
- "Mad ___" (Jon Hamm series)
- "Mad ___" (John Slattery series)
- "Little __": Alcott novel
- "It's Raining __": The Weather Girls hit
- "It's Raining ___" (1982 song by the Weather Girls)
- "It's raining ___, hallelujah!"
- "I Hate ---" (Porter tune)
- "I Hate ___" (Porter tune)
- "Eight __ Out": 1988 baseball movie
- "Children of ___" (2006 movie)
- "Children of ___"
- "Calling all ___"
- "Ax ___" (History Channel show)
- "Are we not ___? We are Devo!"
- "All the President's __"
- "All ___ are created equal ..."
- "Actresses" in Shakespeare's Globe productions
- "A Few Good ---"
- "A Few Good ___" (Tom Cruise movie)
- "A Few Good ___" (Cruise film)
- "12 Angry __"
- "12 Angry ___" (Henry Fonda movie)
- "...leaves is a generation of _":Homer
- ". . . three __ in a tub"
- "___ of Harlech"
- "___ make history and not the other way around": Harry Truman
- "___ in White"
- "___ in Black" (Will Smith movie)
- "___ in Black" (Smith/Jones movie)
- "___ in Black" (1997)
- "___ in Black" (1997 film)
- "___ in Black 3" (Will Smith/Josh Brolin hit 2012 film)
- "___ Explain Things to Me" (Rebecca Solnit book)
- "__ in Black"
- "__ Explain Things to Me": 2014 Rebecca Solnit essay anthology
- '80s band: ___ at Work
- '00 Nickelback hit "Leader of ___"
- ''Of Mice and ___''
- ''12 Angry ___''
- ''___ in Black'' (1997)
- '-- in Black'
- ____ in Black : 1997 film
- Father and son
- Stag party attendees
- _____ at Work
- Fraternity membership
- R&B's Boyz II___
- Door sign
- Door word
- Husbands, not wives
- Checkers, e.g.
- Rest room sign
- All U.S. senators until 1922
- Chess pieces, informally
- Augusta National members
- Androphobe's aversion
- Game pieces
- Fathers and grandfathers
- What androphobes fear
- They're moved at a 17-Across
- Stag attendees
- See 38-Down
- "___ in Black," Will Smith film
- Head word
- Loo sign
- Playing pieces
- Target audience of Details magazine
- Entire "Reservoir Dogs" cast, e.g.
- Comic book mutants
- Restroom sign
- Fraternity members, e.g.
- Target audience of Maxim
- W.C. sign
- Lavatory sign
- Majority of the contestants on "The Dating Game"
- Exasperated comment from a feminist
- "Luxuries," not "necessities," per Cher
- Baritones, typically
- All the suspects in "The Usual Suspects"
- Three Wise ___ (Magi)
- Not-so-hairy primates
- Maxim magazine's intended audience
- All Supreme Court justices until 1981
- Esquire's target audience
- The force of workers available
- Kingsley's "___ in White"
- Alcott's "Little ___"
- Boys, eventually
- "Tin ___," 1987 film
- "A Few Good ___" (Tom Cruise/Demi Moore movie)
- Pawns and knights, e.g.
- They can't join the L.P.G.A.
- Checkers, e.g
- Tom, Dick and Harry, e.g
- Thematic letters herein
- Brando film, with "The": 1950
- " . . . all ___ are created equal"
- Eliot's "The Hollow ___"
- Pyle's "___ of Iron"
- Boyz II ____
- Stag goers
- Fathers and sons
- Pop group Boyz II _____
- Checker-game pieces
- Boys, later
- King, pawn, etc.
- " . . . to become fishers of ___": Mark 1:17
- "All the King's ___" (1949 movie that won the Best Picture Oscar)
- Some of us
- Males sometimes
- Nursery-tub fillers
- T. S. Eliot's "The Hollow ___"
- All major leaguers
- "The ___," Brando's first film
- They're all equal
- Pieces for Fischer
- Bishop, rook, etc.
- Rooks, e.g.
- Items on a game board
- "Of Mice and ___" (Steinbeck novel)
- What Wafs are not
- Most West Pointers
- Game-board pieces
- Board-game pieces
- Stag-party participants
- Crew members
- "All the President's ___" (Bernstein/Woodward book)
- "The ___," Brando film: 1950
- Tubbed trio
- Pawns or knights
- "___ Without Women": Hemingway
- Bachelor-party attendees
- Certain people
- Some are stout-hearted
- Ship's crew
- Grown boys
- Male humans
- Characters in 7
- Entire "Reservoir Dogs" cast, e.g
- Soldiers from the platoon each finishing
- Fellows, chaps
- Human males
- Adult males
- They're moved at a 17-Acr
- Most "Esquire" readers
- R&B's Boyz II ___
- Beefcake posers
- Word on a door
- Quote continues
- What boys will be
- Sign on a door
- Human beings
- XY chromosome bearers
- Word on a washroom door
- NFL players, e.g
- Tom, Dick, and Harry
- Tub trio of rhyme
- Stag party invitees
- Patriarchy rulers
- Common door sign
- Most CEOs
- Bros, e.g
- "Two and a Half ___" (Jon Cryer sitcom)
- "It's Raining ___" (The Weather Girls hit)
- "All ___ are created equal"
- Sign on a bathroom door
- Dukes and earls
- Checkers pieces
- Word on a restroom door
- Knights, e.g
- Boyz II ___ (pop group)
- Board game tokens
- All husbands
- Stag party parties
- Some males
- Sign on some doors
- Rooks, e.g
- Pops, e.g
- Oater cast, mostly
- Most senators
- Kasparov's sixteen
- Kasparov's 16
- Grown-up boys
- Frat members
- Fathers and uncles
- Bathroom sign
- Bathroom door word
- About half of all adults
- ___ at Work
- Word on a bathroom door
- Tub trio
- They may be "at work"
- The theme
- The "M" of "MIB"
- Sign on the privy door
- Senate majority?
- Restroom door word
- Portion of the world's population
- Many adults
- Manpower providers?
- Kings, e.g
- GQ's target audience
- Father, uncle and son
- Chippendales dancers
- Certain voters
- Bathroom door sign
- "Where soil is, __ grow": Keats
- "No Country for Old ___" (2007 movie)
- "Mad ___" (AMC series)
- "... all ___ are created equal"
- 'Two and a Half --'
- Word on a restaurant door
- Wise __
- Washroom placard
- Trio in a nursery rhyme tub
- Tommy Lee Jones film "___ in Black"
- They're all created equal
- The Musketeers, e.g
- Some couples
- Sign on many doors
- Sign in a restaurant
- Separate the ___ from the boys
- Rooks, but not ravens
- Rooks or pawns
- Queens, in chess
- Possessors of Y chromosomes
- Pieces on chessboards
- Pawns, e.g
- Part of MIB
- Of Monsters and ___
- Nearly half the world
- NBA players
- Maxim's target audience
- Male people
- Jones film "--- in Black"
- John's sign, sometimes
- Grandfathers, e.g
- Good chunk of the population
- Generic game pieces
- Esquire's target demographic
- Cinematography nominee Emmanuel Lubezki for "Children of ___"
- Cialis takers
- Chess or checkers pieces
- Chess kings and queens
- Boyz II ___ (a cappella trio)
- Board-game tokens
- Board members?
- Black-and-white set pieces?
- Big boys?
- All U.S. presidents, so far
- About half the world
- About half the population
- "Twelve Angry ___"
- "So many __, so little time": Mae West
- "Real ___ Don't Eat Quiche"
- "Peace on earth, good will to ___"
- "Mad ___" (AMC drama)
- "I Hate __" ("Kiss Me, Kate" tune)
- "Are we not ___?"
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Keelman \Keel"man\, n.; pl. - men. See Keeler, 1.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
plural of man (n.). To separate the men from the boys in a figurative sense is from 1943; earliest uses tend to credit it to U.S. aviators in World War II.\n\nOne of the most expressive G.I. terms to come out of the late strife was "that's where they separate the men from the boys" -- so stated by American aviators leaning from their cockpits to observe a beach-landing under fire on some Pacific island far below.
["Arts Magazine," 1947]
n. 1 (en-irregular plural of: man) 2 (lb en collective) (The) people, humanity.
the generic use of the word to refer to any human being; "it was every man for himself"
all of the inhabitants of the earth; "all the world loves a lover"; "she always used `humankind' because `mankind' seemed to slight the women" [syn: world, human race, humanity, humankind, human beings, humans, mankind]
a male subordinate; "the chief stationed two men outside the building"; "he awaited word from his man in Havana"
an adult male person who has a manly character (virile and courageous competent); "the army will make a man of you"
a male person who plays a significant role (husband or lover or boyfriend) in the life of a particular woman; "she takes good care of her man" [ant: woman]
one of the British Isles in the Irish Sea [syn: Isle of Man]
game equipment consisting of an object used in playing certain board games; "he taught me to set up the men on the chess board"; "he sacrificed a piece to get a strategic advantage" [syn: piece]
Men may refer to:
- Man, an adult male human
- Human (homo sapiens)
- Men (kendo), one of the five strikes in kendo
- The Chinese name for the star Alpha Lupi
- Men (1924 film), a silent film starring Pola Negri
- Men..., a 1985 West German comedy film directed by Doris Dörrie
- Men (god), an ancient Phrygian god
- Men (magazine), a gay pornographic magazine
- Man (Middle-earth), the fictional race of mortals in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth books
- "Men" (song), a 1991 single by The Forester Sisters
- Men (TV series), a 1989 American television series
- Men.com, a gay pornographic website
- Mensa (constellation), a constellation in the southern sky
- Alexander Men (1935–1990), Soviet theologian, biblical scholar and writer
Men (, , also known at Antioch in Pisidia as Men Ascaënus) was a god worshipped in the western interior parts of Anatolia. The roots of the Men cult may go back to Mesopotamia in the fourth millennium BC. Ancient writers describe Men as a local god of the Phrygians.
Lunar symbolism dominates his iconography. The god is usually shown with a crescent like open horns on his shoulders, and he is described as the god presiding over the months. He is depicted with a Phrygian cap and a belted tunic. He may be accompanied by bulls and lions in religious artwork. The iconography of Men partly recalls that of Mithras, who also wears a Phrygian cap and is commonly depicted with a bull and symbols of the sun and moon.
The Augustan History has the Roman emperor Caracalla venerate Lunus at Carrhae; this has been taken as a Latinized name for Men. The same source records the local opinion that anyone who believes the deity of the moon to be feminine shall always be subject to women, whereas a man who believes that he is masculine will dominate his wife. David Magie, however, disputes the identification of this ‘Lunus’ with Men, and suggests that Caracalla had actually visited the temple of Sin.
Dr Mehmet Taşlıalan, who has studied the remains of Antioch in Pisidia, has remarked that the people who settled on the acropolis in the Greek colonial era, carried the Men Askaenos cult down to the plain as Patrios Theos and in the place where the Augusteum was built there are some signs of this former cult as bucrania on the rock-cut walls. The Imperial Temple also features an unusual bucranium frieze.
In later times, Men may have been identified with both Attis of Phrygia and Sabazius of Thrace; he may shared a common origin with the Zoroastrian lunar divinity Mah.
JD Samson & MEN is a Brooklyn-based band and art/performance collective that focuses on the energy of live performance and the radical potential of dance music. MEN speaks to issues such as trans awareness, wartime economies, sexual compromise, and demanding liberties through lyrical content and an exciting stage show.
"Men" is a song written by Robert Byrne and Alan Schulman, and recorded by American country music group The Forester Sisters. It was released in 1991 as the first single and partial title track from the album Talkin' 'Bout Men. The song reached number 8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Men was the Forester Sisters' last top-40 country hit; like a number of other 1980s country acts, the band fell in popularity dramatically in 1991 along with a major change in the country music landscape.
Men is one of the five strikes in kendo (along with tsuki, dō, hidari kote and migi kote). It is a long slashing stroke that falls on the centre-line of the head. Men also designates the movement, the target, and the part of the kendo armour that covers the whole head. The kiai for this strike, as for all strikes in kendo, is the name of the target area.
The men strike is executed as a vertical slash in numerous ways. The basic technique is to raise the shinai or sword such that it is forty-five degrees from the vertical behind the swordsman's head, with the tip either directly above the tsuba or directly above the right point of the acromion (as viewed from the front), and the left hand exactly one fist from the forehead. From this position, power is given from the left hand to bring the sword down. At the point at which the shinai strikes the opponent, both right and left hands should be squeezed for a second which is called tenouchi, also the right arm must be exactly parallel with the ground and at shoulder height. The shoulders should be relaxed. At the moment of the strike, both hands should flex inwards in a movement called shibori, (絞り) the Japanese verb for "to wring out (a cloth)". This flexion should only be maintained for an instant. It serves to make the strike clean, fast, and bring the shinai off the target area such that a follow-up strike can be made with great ease.
Sa-yu men (左右面) strikes - or hidari (left, 左) and migi (right, 右) men, respectively - are variants on the men strike and are made at points either fifteen degrees to the left or right of centreline as drawn from the point between the eyes to the top of the head. This strike is made only with a subtle variation on the basic men technique. The tip is simply directed slightly more left or right as it is cocked back into the ready position.
Men is the first and most practiced strike in kendo. It is a favourable attack for those with a height advantage.
Men was an American gay pornographic magazine originally published as Advocate Men from 1984 until 1997, when it was retitled Men. It was published by Los Angeles-based Specialty Publications. The magazine contains explicit nude male photography, often featuring popular stars from the gay adult film industry, erotic fiction, video reviews and other features. Notable models have included Zeb Atlas and Mark Dalton. In late 2009, it was announced that all of Specialty Publications' gay porn magazines would be merged into Unzipped.net. The website in question is no longer available and no issues of any of the magazines have been released since.
"Men" is a song written by Jerry Hayes and Ronny Scaife, and recorded by American country music artist Charly McClain. It was released in January 1980 as the third single from the album Women Get Lonely. The song reached #7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Men ( 1924) is an American silent film drama, directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki, starring Pola Negri, produced by Famous Players-Lasky, and distributed by Paramount Pictures.
The film was Negri's fifth feature for Paramount since coming to the United States in 1923.
Men was a 1918 American silent societal drama film directed by Perry N. Vekroff based upon a play by Harry Sophus Sheldon. It starred Anna Lehr, Charlotte Walker, and Robert Cain. It is considered to be a lost film.
Men is a 1997 indie drama film written and directed by Zoe Clarke-Williams and starred by Sean Young.
Usage examples of "men".
Enyhow, thishere stranger awn whut lookted like a Kuhmbuhluhn hoss rid up aside of him and basted him with one them iron clubs the Kuhmbuhluhn mens fights with lots of times.
Le nocher peut mener sa nef Assurement par cette place Dans une tranquille bonace Sans redouter aucun mechef.
Proud of him cause he dide a trying to save John Welshes life and pat Morys life and the other mens lifes.
De theologische grondslag voor een missie was al tientallen jaren eerder gelegd: alleen het aantal planeten in het heelal wees er al op dat de mens niet het enige doel van de schepping was.
Sol, Luna, Tellus, Neptunus, Orcus, Proserpina, in part of moral and social qualities and states, such as Febris, Salus, Mens, Spes, Pudicitia, Pietas, Fides, Concordia, Virtus, Bellona, Victoria, Pax, Libertas, and others.
Alpini Boreae nunc hinc nunc flatibus illinc Eruere inter se certant, it stridor et altae Consternunt terram concusso stipite frondes, Ipsa haeret scopulis et quantum vertice ad auras Aetherias tantum radice in Tartara tendit: Haud secus adsiduis hinc atque hinc vocibus heros Tunditur et magno persentit pectore curas, Mens immota manet, lacrimae volvuntur inanes.
Vincenzo Giuliani had zijn hoge positie te danken aan zijn mensenkennis, maar deze mens had hij nooit begrepen.
Zoals een mens zou kunnen reageren op het plotseling verschijnen van een schorpioen of een ratelslang op de plaats waar hij zijn kamp heeft opgeslagen, wilde hij de dreiging niet alleen doden maar ook vernietigen, tot moleculen reduceren.
Dat menen we ook, op dat moment, maar tien of twintig jaar later lig je in een scheiding.
Tegen het eind van de eerste maand kon hij haar als een mens van vlees en bloed gaan zien en proberen haar te peilen.
When dem Klu Klux fust cum in operation de niggers think dat dey is hants er spirits, till dey fine out dat dey warnt nuthin but white mens wid dem garments on em.
Bertaulet, Jos,De Verloren Konig en de bronnen van de Graallegende , Stichting Mens en Kultuur, Ghent, 1991.
At the sight whereof I imagined with my selfe and deuised to thinke with what yron instruments, with what labour of mens hands, and number of workmen, such a piece of woorke could bee by great strength framed, with much paine layde together, and a long time in finishing.
And howsoeuer she may be thought greedie of other mens Dominions, she sent to Parma very noble and excellent Ambassadours, who being delayed from day to day, from moneth to moneth, without any thing accomplished, she notwithstanding tooke it patiently, and suffered so farre these dangerous delayes, that the Spanish Souldiers panting with haste and greedinesse for the blood and butcherie of her Maiestie, and people most deare vnto her, were come vpon her coastes, and before her doores.
Ze hoefde alleen maar het werk van een astronoom te analyseren en vervolgens een programma schrijven dat het sneller, goedkoper en beter kon doen dan een mens.