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

This "BEAR" answer was first appeared in "24 Nov 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Yellowstone sighting". It was authored by Nancy S. Ross. Recently, the "BEAR" answer has been used for "24 Jun 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Symbol of Russia (2)". It was authored by Spencer Leach and Quiara Vasquez. "BEAR" appeared 65 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "BEAR" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
24 Jun 2023 11D Symbol of Russia Spencer Leach and Quiara Vasquez
1 Jun 2023 72A Wild animal with dangerous 73-Across David and Karen and Paul Steinberg
22 May 2023 56A Papa, Mama or Baby, in a classic fairy tale Đặng Quang Thắng
29 Apr 2023 58A Stomach David Steinberg
22 Feb 2023 36A Brown University’s mascot Bruno, for one Adam Wagner
29 Jan 2023 5D Image on a postcard from Yellowstone Rich Katz
12 Aug 2022 17D Camping danger Trent H. Evans
2 Dec 2021 68A Symbol of Russia Rebecca Goldstein
5 Jan 2021 44A One of a fairy tale threesome Amy Schecter and Christina Iverson
19 Dec 2020 44A Callisto’s animal form, in Greek mythology Caitlin Reid and Andrew J. Ries
2 Aug 2020 25A Put up with David Levinson Wilk
8 Jun 2020 4A Uninvited “guest” at a campsite Kyle Dolan
5 Jun 2020 30D Direction word John Wrenholt
10 May 2020 86D Put up with Adam Fromm
19 Jan 2018 4D Difficult thing to do, informally David J. Kahn
10 Jun 2016 38A Camp invader David Steinberg
3 Jan 2016 108D Handle David Woolf
8 Jul 2015 66A Tolerate Ryan Milligan
8 Apr 2015 4D *Tough test, slangily Zhouqin Burnikel
28 Mar 2015 40A Stand David Steinberg
4 Dec 2014 33D Black ___ Kacey Walker and David Quarfoot
20 Sep 2013 10D Pessimist Mangesh Ghogre and Doug Peterson
12 Aug 2012 58D Symbol on California’s flag Patrick Berry
10 Jun 2012 21A What a koala really isn’t Xan Vongsathorn
24 Jan 2012 44A Animal that can stand upright Alex Boisvert
30 Dec 2011 12D Arduous challenge Mike Nothnagel
22 Aug 2011 49A Wall Street pessimist Milo Beckman
13 May 2011 31D Certain Wall Street type Joe Krozel
26 Oct 2010 10A See 6-Across Chris Handman
8 Sep 2009 44D Put up with Alan Arbesfeld
14 Jul 2009 50D Winnie-the-Pooh, for one Donna S. Levin
13 Dec 2008 48A Really tough task Frank Longo
20 Nov 2008 59A With 27-Across, it collapsed in 2008 Pete Muller
28 May 2008 70A Put up with C. W. Stewart
16 Apr 2008 52D Scavenger at Yellowstone Edward Sessa
28 Jan 2008 10D Yogi, for one Michael Blake
18 Nov 2007 87A Market pessimist Patrick Berry
23 Aug 2007 56A Campsite visitor Joe Krozel
18 Jul 2007 26D Polar denizen Tibor Derencsenyi
8 Sep 2006 11D Terribly tough task Lisa Bunker
7 Mar 2006 59A 1980 Olympics mascot Richard Jacobs
26 Nov 2004 37A Carry Manny Nosowsky
20 Nov 2004 54A Pessimist Robert H. Wolfe
14 Sep 2004 52A Den denizen Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
15 Aug 2004 130D Tough test, slangily Brendan Emmett Quigley
13 Jul 2004 1D Symbol on California’s flag Kevan Choset
21 Dec 2003 95A Grizzly Frances Hansen
4 Aug 2003 21A Yogi or Smokey Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
23 Oct 2002 15A Pooh, for one Nancy Salomon and Nancy T. Shack
10 Feb 2002 80D With 79-Across, babes in the woods? Harvey Estes & Nancy Salomon
30 Jul 2001 70A Grizzly Nancy Kavanaugh
2 Jul 2001 21D Stand Sarah Keller
5 Apr 2000 71A Tough test, informally Frances Hansen
9 Jun 1999 62A Kodiak, e.g. Elizabeth C. Gorski
14 Oct 1998 13D Den denizen Jay Sullivan
12 Jul 1998 38D Tolerate Henry Hook
24 Sep 1997 67A Symbol on California’s flag Wayne Robert Williams
13 Aug 1997 10A See 5-Across Richard Silvestri
23 Mar 1997 72D One of a storied threesome Bryant White
9 Mar 1997 89A Largest land carnivore June Boggs
27 Apr 1996 62A Walton opera, with “The” F. Hansen
22 Jan 1996 12D Chicago footballer E. Gorski
31 Jan 1994 62A Baylor mascot Janet R. Bender
16 Dec 1993 5D Coach Bryant Nancy Joline
24 Nov 1993 11D Yellowstone sighting Nancy S. Ross

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