ACIDS is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for ACIDS in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "ACIDS" answer was first appeared in "17 Dec 1994" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Stomach ___ (2)". It was authored by Chuck Deodene. Recently, the "ACIDS" answer has been used for "2 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "One side of a chemistry scale". It was authored by Royce Ferguson. "ACIDS" appeared 48 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "ACIDS" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
2 Dec 2023 32D One side of a chemistry scale Royce Ferguson
21 Jan 2023 41D They’re far from basic David Distenfeld
12 Dec 2022 34A Low-pH liquids Anthony J. Caruso and Zhouqin Burnikel
2 Aug 2022 62A Lemon juice and vinegar, for two Jay Kaskel and Daniel Kantor
3 Jun 2021 8D Things that are far from basic? Kyra Wilson and Sophia Maymudes
31 Mar 2021 66A They turn litmus paper red Trenton Charlson
17 Nov 2020 5A Lemon juice and vinegar, e.g. Kyle Dolan
29 Aug 2020 48D They’re not basic Michael Hawkins
1 Jun 2018 33D Counterparts of tannins, in wine tasting Andrew J. Ries
2 Dec 2017 11D Vinegar and lime juice Mark Diehl
22 Sep 2017 29D One end of the pH scale David Steinberg
21 Apr 2017 19D Eating things Damon Gulczynski
9 Aug 2016 48A They turn litmus paper red Andrea Carla Michaels
4 Dec 2015 30D Vinegar and others Martin Ashwood-Smith
22 Jun 2015 5A Lemon juice and coffee, on the pH scale Joel Fagliano
20 Nov 2014 30D Etching supplies Timothy Polin
10 Aug 2014 53A One side of the pH scale Elizabeth C. Gorski
4 Sep 2013 31D Fatty ___ Joel Fagliano
17 Jun 2013 11D Tums targets Johanna Fenimore and Andrea Carla Michaels
16 Mar 2013 50D They’re not basic things Julian Lim
6 Dec 2012 62A Substances low on the 49-Across Jill Denny and Jeff Chen
23 Sep 2010 6D See 27-Across David J. Kahn
31 Aug 2010 55D They turn litmus paper red Paula Gamache and Ed Stein
15 Nov 2009 29A Aminos, e.g. Elizabeth C. Gorski
4 Mar 2008 5A Gastric juices, e.g. Kevin Donovan
27 Dec 2007 40A Stomach contents Jim Leeds
7 Sep 2006 7D Causes of breakdowns Lucy Gardner Anderson
20 Apr 2006 31D Etching fluids Joe DiPietro
5 Oct 2005 7D Tums’ targets Nancy Salomon
29 Sep 2003 10D Citric and others Richard Chisholm
27 May 2003 54D Corrosive liquids PAtrick MErrell
7 Oct 2002 52D They have pH’s of less than 7 Greg Staples
27 Feb 2002 63A HCl and others Brendan Emmett Quigley
13 Oct 2001 4A Chem lab collection Jim Page
19 Jun 2001 33D H2SO4 and such Tyler Hinman
29 Nov 2000 1A Litmus reddeners Peter Gordon
8 Oct 1999 47D Niacin and vitamin C Nancy Salomon
9 Sep 1999 29D Tummy troublers Sam Bellotto Jr.
27 Jun 1997 50D They have low pH’s Dean Niles
26 Jun 1997 59A Stomach ___ Martin Ashwood-Smith
16 Mar 1997 121A Fatty ___ David J. Kahn
20 Feb 1997 48D Litmus reddeners D. J. Kahn
8 Feb 1997 9D Litmus reddeners G. R. Ferguson
25 Dec 1996 53D These can be citric N. S. Ross
30 Jul 1995 68A Niacin and others Charles M. Deber
17 Mar 1995 19A Base neutralizers Randolph Ross
16 Feb 1995 1D Substances with low pH Christopher Hurt
17 Dec 1994 20D Stomach ___ Chuck Deodene

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