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

This "TAIL" answer was first appeared in "23 Nov 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Shadow (15)". It was authored by Lois Sidway. Recently, the "TAIL" answer has been used for "3 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Peacock show?". It was authored by Tracy Bennett. In the NYT Crossword, this answer has been used most frequently for the hint: "Follow (11)". "TAIL" appeared 105 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "TAIL" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
3 Dec 2023 73A Peacock show? Tracy Bennett
28 Mar 2023 38D Common animal feature that humans lack Daniel Kantor and Jay Kaskel
8 Dec 2022 31A What a monkey has that an ape doesn’t Grant Thackray
8 Jun 2022 2D Follow closely Bruce Haight
13 Apr 2022 16A Scorpion’s stinger Rebecca Goldstein
6 Apr 2022 6A Follow Damon Gulczynski
2 Mar 2022 30D Follow closely Dylan Schiff
13 Dec 2021 11D A sea horse has a prehensile one Tomas Spiers
8 Dec 2021 5D Comet feature Philip Koski
25 Oct 2021 46A Body part that a Manx cat lacks Damon Gulczynski
26 Sep 2021 80A Follow closely Priyanka Sethy and Matthew Stock
25 Aug 2020 25A End part Dave Bardolph
14 Aug 2020 7D Be just behind Nam Jin Yoon
11 May 2020 14A Follow closely, as a spy might a mark Ross Trudeau
23 Sep 2019 31D Horse’s “fly swatter” Andrea Carla Michaels
14 Sep 2019 28A Shadow Peter A. Collins
29 Jul 2019 28D Pin the ___ on the donkey Bruce Haight
5 Jun 2019 23D Follow Rich Proulx
18 Mar 2019 15A Showy peacock feature Zhouqin Burnikel
6 Mar 2019 55A Shadow Mary Lou Guizzo and Erik Agard
13 Jan 2019 64D Follow closely Andy Kravis
31 May 2017 26D Word before (or synonymous with) end Jacob Stulberg
8 Feb 2017 35D Meaty lobster part Ned White
12 Sep 2016 19A Bushy part of a squirrel Victor Fleming and Andrea Carla Michaels
3 Jul 2016 20D Follow Samuel A. Donaldson
27 Feb 2016 63A Shadow Julian Lim
2 Dec 2015 64A Shadow Alan Arbesfeld
25 Aug 2015 7D Follow around, as a detective might John E. Bennett
13 May 2015 31A Prehensile ___ Jeffrey Wechsler
5 Mar 2015 60D Follow Jim Peredo
13 Nov 2014 11D Shadow Tracy Gray
8 Nov 2014 24A It’s turned before bolting Barry C. Silk
22 Jun 2014 1D Dangerous part of an alligator Elizabeth C. Gorski
26 Oct 2013 66A Ape’s lack Barry C. Silk
25 Aug 2013 60D Cow’s fly swatter Victor Barocas
3 Jul 2013 1A Succulent lobster piece Pamela Klawitter
3 Jun 2013 61A Part that wags John Lampkin
26 Nov 2012 62D Homophone for 57-Down Ed Sessa
4 Nov 2012 89A Spy, at times Brendan Emmett Quigley
3 Oct 2012 37A See 35-Across Gary Cee
16 Oct 2011 44D Follow Joel Fagliano
8 Oct 2011 43A End of the lion Tim Croce
14 Aug 2011 40D Comet part Paula Gamache
28 Apr 2011 61A Follow Gary Cee
3 Jan 2011 60D Showy peacock feature Ian Livengood
16 Dec 2009 51D Apt attachment to the ends of 30-, 37-, 59- and 62-Across David J. Kahn
7 Dec 2009 41A Peacock’s distinctive feature Ed Sessa
23 Aug 2009 92A Shadow Phil Ruzbarsky
22 Apr 2009 38D Following detective Daniel A. Finan
2 Mar 2009 50A What you might catch a tiger by, in a saying Lynn Lempel
18 Nov 2008 32D Follower, as in espionage Richard Chisholm
29 Sep 2008 24D Head’s opposite Sharon Delorme
8 Jun 2008 99A Shadow Will Nediger
2 Jun 2008 54D What a donkey gets at a children’s party Barry Boone
18 Mar 2008 55A Follow closely David Pringle
12 Feb 2008 51D Follow, as a suspect Deb Amlen
28 Jun 2007 26D Detective, at times Joseph Crowley
24 Jun 2006 39A Shadow Harvey Estes
18 Jan 2006 11D Caboose, e.g. Sheldon Benardo
25 Oct 2005 41D Follow closely Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
5 Sep 2005 36A Comet feature Lynn Lempel
31 Aug 2005 34A Investigator, at times Alan Arbesfeld
20 Oct 2004 44A Kite part Elizabeth C. Gorski
9 Oct 2004 49D Detective, at times Byron Walden
20 Jun 2004 62A Mermaid feature Manny Nosowsky
29 May 2004 36D Final portion Patrick Berry
22 Mar 2004 52A Kite part Kyle Mahowald
25 Jan 2004 6A Behind Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
18 Jan 2004 112A Shadow Arlan and Linda Bushman
29 Dec 2003 23A Peacock’s pride Gregory E. Paul
13 Sep 2003 5D Detective, at times Brendan Emmett Quigley
14 Nov 2002 19A It may be docked Paula Gamache
5 Nov 2002 14A Site of the 9-Across on an old nickel Fred Piscop
27 Oct 2002 52A Detective, at times Nancy Nicholson Joline
16 Jul 2002 54D Follow Ed Early
10 Dec 2001 35A Lobster part Gregory E. Paul
20 May 2001 96A Surveil, in a way Alan Arbesfeld
22 Nov 2000 66A Lobster serving Fred Piscop
19 Sep 2000 52D Follow furtively Myles Callum
20 Jul 2000 21A Shadow Bonnie S. Prystowsky
29 Jul 1999 10A Lobster order David J. Kahn
21 Jul 1999 34A Dinosaur’s weapon Noah Dephoure
20 Jul 1999 37A Shadow Joy L. Wouk
4 Apr 1999 26A Plane section Richard Silvestri
16 Nov 1998 40D Follow closely Nancy Salomon and Bob Frank
10 Sep 1998 42D Deer’s scut Christopher Hurt
11 Mar 1998 15A Cow’s flyswatter Bette Sue Cohen
11 Dec 1997 48D Shadow Trip Payne
8 Sep 1997 38D Mermaid feature Robert Goldberg
19 Aug 1997 26D Peacock’s pride Elizabeth C. Gorski
10 Jun 1997 18D Party game pin-on Fred Piscop
5 Sep 1996 24A Shadow C. Millhauser
26 Aug 1996 11D Head’s opposite G. E. Paul
26 Feb 1996 66A Follow N. Steinberg
29 Oct 1995 19A Flyswatter, of a sort Maura B. Jacobson
22 Oct 1995 125A Manx’s lack Matt Gaffney
18 Oct 1995 69A Shadow Nancy S. Ross
19 Sep 1995 48A Waggin’ part Janet R. Bender
14 Feb 1995 65A Follow Randy Sowell
17 Nov 1994 12D Follow Rich Norris
20 Apr 1994 40D Follow Walter Webb
1 Apr 1994 23A Kind of fin Stanley Newman
27 Feb 1994 65A Dog, in a way Bette Sue Cohen
9 Jan 1994 51D Bedog Mel Rosen
23 Nov 1993 1D Shadow Lois Sidway

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