Tale - 75 down's is famous

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  • Tale - Letter on T
  • 1 - st. word T
  • 2 - st. word A
  • 3 - st. word L
  • 4 - st. word E

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Tale - Hard-to-believe story Tale - It may be supernatural Tale - 75 down's is famous Tale - Hoffmann offering Tale - Story told around the campfire Tale - Fisherman's story Tale - Folklore component Tale - Yarn that's spun? Tale - Folklorist's recital Tale - Elaborate invention Tale - It may be related to you Tale - Falsehood Tale - A fisherman might bring back a big one Tale - Campfire entertainment Tale - Lie Tale - Spun thing Tale - Fictional account Tale - Fish story, e.g Tale - Cock-and-bull story Tale - Legend Tale - Output from washington irving Tale - This could become late if mixed up Tale - "tall" story Tale - Chaucer effort Tale - Bit of gossip Tale - It may be hard to swallow Tale - Chaucer creation Tale - 'a __ of two cities' Tale - Tall one? Tale - One might be tall Tale - Suspicious story Tale - Wife of bath's offering Tale - 'a ___ of two cities' Tale - Poe piece, typically Tale - Grimm account Tale - Poe story, e.g Tale - Long story Tale - Storybook chapter Tale - Folklore tidbit Tale - Storybook story Tale - 'treasure island,' e.g Tale - Fisherman's whopper? Tale - Poe piece Tale - Bedtime story Tale - "the winter's __" Tale - Raconteur's delivery Tale - Grimm story Tale - Bit of folklore Tale - Related thing Tale - Canterbury story Tale - Ghost story, e.g Tale - Narration Tale - Storybook offering Tale - "the handmaid's ___" Tale - Story to tell Tale - Campfire oration Tale - Word with "folk" or "tall" Tale - Fireside recitation Tale - 'treasure island,' for one Tale - Account that joins words in seven of this puzzle's answers Tale - Mariner's yarn Tale - It might be tall Tale - "the handmaid's ___" (margaret atwood novel) Tale - One might be hard to believe Tale - The story of the one that got away, e.g Tale - Recitation by scheherazade Tale - Fishing souvenir? Tale - Atwood's "the handmaid's ___" Tale - Word in a dickens title Tale - Yarn from an old pirate Tale - Something to weave Tale - It can be spun Tale - Something that's related Tale - Piece of gossip Tale - "the handmaid's __": atwood novel Tale - Narrative story Tale - Fishy yarn Tale - Fairy or folk follower Tale - "a knight's ___" (2001) Tale - False rumor Tale - Yarn that's spun Tale - Piece of fiction Tale - Anecdote Tale - Saga, e.g Tale - Chaucer bit Tale - Is this told of tea and beer? Tale - All told, it's beer after tea Tale - Sounds like one storey for a drink after tea Tale - Story or anecdote Tale - Shakespeare play: 'the winter's . . . .' Tale - 'story, narrative (4)' Tale - Story, anecdote Tale - Story, narrative Tale - A story, perhaps out of school Tale - Late with a story Tale - Fable, e.g Tale - Narrative or story Tale - Story or narrative Tale - An account of incidents or events Tale - Yarn or story Tale - After a little tea, some beer all told Tale - A drink after tea for 24 down Tale - Fisherman's relation? Tale - Story that may be tall Tale - Folk item Tale - "the gift of the magi," e.g Tale - One can be tall Tale - Poe offering Tale - Dickens wrote one about two cities Tale - Fictional story Tale - Old wives' production Tale - 88-across, for one Tale - "canterbury" episode Tale - Division of chaucer's masterwork Tale - Champion on board with english relation Tale - Past 11 loses head for a relation Tale - 24's narrative to follow in speech Tale - See 20 Tale - See 12 Tale - An intriguing yarn Tale - Yarn from a pirate Tale - Narrated yarn Tale - Bit of fiction Tale - Invented account Tale - It's often handed down Tale - Cautionary ___ Tale - Shakespeare's "the winter's __" Tale - Folksy account Tale - It might be spun around a campfire Tale - Parable of the drink after tea Tale - Questionable story Tale - Something to weave or spin Tale - "a __ of two cities" Tale - Relation? Tale - Parable, e.g Tale - With 32 across, pity party elicitor Tale - Folk or fairy follower Tale - Wild story Tale - "a ___ of two cities" Tale - Fisherman's whopper Tale - Beatrix potter work Tale - Malicious rumor Tale - 'paul bunyan and babe the blue ox,' e.g Tale - Account of incidents Tale - Account of incidents or events Tale - No point in beginning over-familiar story Tale - Report cut in incidental expenses Tale - Pork pie and beer, following tip from gourmet Tale - "tattle" follower Tale - "canterbury" story Tale - Tattle tail? Tale - Fictional narrative Tale - See 98-down Tale - Something not to be believed Tale - It may be cautionary Tale - Offering from the brothers grimm Tale - Story's end read aloud Tale - Sounds like the end of the account Tale - We hear the end of the story Tale - Campfire story Tale - Woven piece Tale - It might be hair-raising Tale - Colorful story Tale - An angler may spin one Tale - Folklore sample Tale - Account from scheherazade Tale - Minstrel's offering Tale - Relative of 1-across Tale - Thanks the french for report Tale - Story that might be tall Tale - Story that's no longer new remaining unstarted Tale - Bit of campfire entertainment Tale - When twisted, it could become late Tale - See 47-across Tale - A fisher may spin one Tale - Narrative - fabrication Tale - Anecdotal narrative Tale - The wife of bath has one Tale - Story that might be "tall" Tale - Folklore bit Tale - 'the twilight zone' episode, usually Tale - Spun yarn Tale - Chaucer selection Tale - It may be recounted Tale - Mark helprin's 'winter's ___' Tale - Load of baloney Tale - Story of your trip, perhaps Tale - One may be related to you Tale - Improbable concoction Tale - Rock and roll myth Tale - Queen "a winter's ___" Tale - "vh1 storyteller" features Tale - Arctic monkeys might tell a "fake" one of san francisco! Tale - Primus might tell one "from the punchbowl" Tale - Cream might tell one of "brave ulysses" Tale - Sting song, often Tale - Sting might tell a "summoner's" one Tale - "cautionary" account Tale - Lie back when listening Tale - Chaucer concoction Tale - Second word of a dickens title Tale - Many a poe work Tale - 'tall' story Tale - Porky's tip on the radio Tale - Lie shown up by relative Tale - Extract to affect a legitimate story Tale - Extended account Tale - Brothers grimm offering Tale - Story that's "spun" Tale - Angler's account Tale - Beatrix potter's 'the __ of peter rabbit' Tale - Beatrix potter's "the __ of peter rabbit" Tale - Offering from chaucer's miller or cook Tale - Shakespeare's 'the winter's ___' Tale - See 1 across Tale - Beach boys "there's a ___ about christmas that you've all been told" Tale - Minstrel's recitation Tale - Scheherazade's specialty
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