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Answer: ESSAY

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Referring crossword puzzle clues

  • Attempt
  • Try
  • Try out
  • Trial
  • Composition
  • Theme
  • Salon offering
  • Test type
  • School paper
  • Strive
  • Opinion piece
  • Tract
  • Endeavor
  • Venture
  • Put to the test
  • Effort
  • Time piece?
  • Op-ed piece
  • Type of test
  • School assignment
  • Lamb serving
  • It has a point
  • Take a crack at
  • Piece of bacon
  • Exam type
  • English assignment
  • Literary work
  • English homework, perhaps
  • Pundit's piece
  • Blue book filler
  • Writing assignment
  • Time piece
  • English composition
  • English class assignment
  • SAT section
  • Bacon piece
  • English exam finale, often
  • College application part
  • Homework assignment
  • Prose composition
  • Give it a shot
  • Test format
  • Swift work
  • Pope piece
  • Lamb product
  • Lamb piece
  • Blue-book composition
  • Written composition
  • Think piece
  • Prose piece
  • Paper piece
  • Literary form
  • Lamb specialty
  • English-class assignment
  • Writing class assignment
  • Paper
  • Emerson work
  • Bacon bit
  • Alexander Pope piece
  • "Civil Disobedience," e.g.
  • Literary composition
  • Treatise
  • Student's assignment
  • School composition
  • Op-Ed piece, e.g.
  • Montaigne's writing form
  • Monograph
  • Literary piece
  • Emerson piece
  • Blue-book filler
  • "How I Spent My Summer Vacation," maybe
  • Swift's "A Modest Proposal," e.g.
  • SAT component
  • Piece of Bacon?
  • Lengthy test answer
  • Lamb work
  • Emerson product
  • College paper
  • Bacon bit?
  • Virginia Woolf piece
  • The New Yorker piece
  • Test format, sometimes
  • Student's composition
  • Question type
  • Long answer on a test
  • George Will piece
  • English test, perhaps
  • English test segment, perhaps
  • English paper
  • Elia product
  • Class paper
  • Bacon product
  • "A Modest Proposal," e.g.
  • ''Civil Disobedience,'' e.g.
  • Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience," for one
  • Thoreau work
  • Student's paper
  • Social Studies assignment
  • Short paper
  • SAT segment
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson piece
  • Pope work
  • Piece in Harper's
  • Part of the SAT
  • Part of a college application
  • Montaigne work
  • Long writing assignment
  • Lamb output
  • Lamb or Bacon piece
  • History class assignment
  • Feature in Harper's or The Atlantic
  • Expository writing class assignment
  • English test requirement, often
  • English homework, maybe
  • English 101 assignment
  • Composition with a viewpoint
  • Common college admissions requirement
  • College applicant's creation
  • Certain English assignment
  • Calvin Trillin piece
  • Blue-book filler, perhaps
  • Blue book entry
  • "The New Yorker" piece
  • ___ question
  • Writing contest entry, often
  • Writing assignment for English class
  • W.E.B. Du Bois work
  • Vox piece
  • Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience," e.g.
  • Thoreau piece
  • The Atlantic piece
  • Test segment, perhaps
  • Susan Sontag piece
  • Schoolboy's writing exercise
  • School project
  • Samuel Johnson work
  • Repplier product
  • Position paper
  • Pope's "An _____ on Man"
  • Piece of writing
  • Piece of prose
  • Piece of Lamb or Bacon
  • Piece in the paper, perhaps
  • Philosophy test component
  • Persuasive piece
  • Personal prose unit
  • Personal ___ (part of a college application, often)
  • Part of many a history test
  • Part of a social studies test, often
  • Part of a Social Studies test
  • Opinionated work
  • Op-ed, e.g.
  • National Review piece
  • Montaigne piece
  • Maureen Dowd piece
  • Magazine piece, sometimes
  • Long test answer
  • Long English assignment
  • Lamb's forte
  • History homework, sometimes
  • High-school composition
  • Gore Vidal piece
  • English test, sometimes
  • English test requirement
  • English Lit assignment
  • English exam, often
  • English exam part
  • English exam ender, perhaps
  • English class composition
  • Emerson effort
  • Elian work
  • E. B. White piece
  • Common college admission requirement
  • College application piece, perhaps
  • College application component
  • Blue book topic
  • Blue book test answer
  • Blue book composition
  • Blog entry, maybe
  • Bit of literature
  • Bacon work
  • Bacon serving?
  • Article in Harper's
  • Analytic work
  • Alternative to multiple choice
  • "Me Talk Pretty One Day" piece
  • "How I Spent My Summer," often
  • "How I Spent My Summer Vacation," e.g.
  • "Civil Disobedience" is one
  • Written test type
  • Written test answer
  • Written opinion
  • Written exam feature
  • Written contest entry, say
  • Written analysis
  • Writing with a point
  • Writing required for a college application, often
  • Write-up in mag
  • Work from S.A.?
  • Work by Elia
  • Will work
  • What reporter writes on rocker
  • Very long-winded answer
  • Vehicle for Steele or Mencken
  • University composition
  • Type of test you can't guess on
  • Type of test that might require writing in a blue book
  • Type of exam that requires more writing than a multiple-choice test
  • Twain's "The Awful German Language," notably
  • Try one's hand at
  • Thoreau tract
  • Thoreau composition
  • Think piece, perhaps
  • “The Federalist Papers” piece
  • Test you can't really guess on
  • Test type you can't really guess on
  • Test that's tough to cheat on
  • Test section, often
  • Test question, maybe
  • Test format, perhaps
  • Test format, often
  • Test composition
  • Test answer, maybe
  • Test answer in a blue book
  • Term paper
  • Swift composition
  • Student's writing assignment
  • Steele work
  • Short prose piece.
  • Short prose piece
  • Short piece on a given subject
  • Short literary piece
  • Section of the SAT
  • Schoolboy's grammatical exercise
  • School theme
  • School assignment, perhaps
  • Scholarly dissertation
  • SAT part that's judged
  • SAT part
  • Samuel Johnson's "The False Alarm," e.g.
  • Russell Baker specialty
  • Repplier work
  • Product of Bacon or Lamb
  • Pope's "An ___ on Criticism"
  • Pope's "___ on Man"
  • Pope's "___ on Man."
  • Pope production
  • Poetic Pope product
  • Place to find an argument, perhaps
  • Piece with a point (5)
  • Piece on a newspaper's op-ed page
  • Piece of Slate, e.g.
  • Piece of schoolwork
  • Piece of Lamb?
  • Piece of Lamb or Bacon?
  • Piece of Bacon or Lamb
  • Piece in The New Republic
  • Piece from Chuck Klosterman
  • Peter Quennell product
  • Part of some history exams
  • Part of some exams
  • Part of many an English exam
  • Part of many a college application
  • Part of an exam that might be written in a blue book
  • Part of an English exam, often
  • Part of a G.E.D. exam
  • Outlet for one's thoughts
  • Optional SAT part
  • Opinion piece in a newspaper
  • Op-ed, typically
  • Op-ed piece, usually
  • Op-ed offering
  • Op-ed column, e.g.
  • Op-Ed article
  • Nora Ephron work
  • Nonfiction item.
  • New SAT component
  • New Republic piece
  • Montaigne's specialty
  • Montaigne opus
  • Many a Slate article
  • Many a New Yorker article
  • Magazine piece, often
  • Magazine piece, maybe
  • Macaulay product
  • Longish English assignment
  • Longish blog post
  • Long-form writing assignment
  • Long written component of a test
  • Long written answer on a test
  • Locke work
  • Locke opus
  • Liner notes, at times
  • Lengthy writing assignment
  • Lengthy theme
  • Lamb's specialty
  • Lamb writing
  • Lamb creation
  • Lamb 's tale
  • Kind of test answer
  • Journal submission
  • Joseph Addison product
  • Joan Didion piece
  • It's definitely not the short answer
  • It usually has a thesis statement
  • Huffington Post piece
  • Homework assignment, sometimes
  • Homework assignment in English, often
  • History test section, often
  • History test component
  • History class homework, perhaps
  • High-school exam part
  • Hawthorne vehicle
  • Grader's headache
  • Gore Vidal composition
  • Frank Rich piece
  • Francis Bacon piece
  • Foucault product
  • Foreword, frequently
  • Five-paragraph response, perhaps
  • Five-paragraph piece, perhaps
  • Five-paragraph homework assignment
  • Five-paragraph assignment, perhaps
  • Final ordeal, perhaps
  • Final exam, maybe
  • Federalist paper
  • Feature in "The Atlantic"
  • Exam type you can't guess on
  • Exam portion, perhaps
  • Exam part, sometimes
  • English-exam element, often
  • English test component
  • English paper.
  • English homework, often
  • English homework
  • English final exam, perhaps
  • English exam finale, sometimes
  • English class work
  • English class assignment, maybe
  • English class assignment written in paragraphs
  • English assignment, sometimes
  • End of an English test, perhaps
  • Emerson's forte
  • Emerson's "Self-Reliance," for one
  • Emerson specialty
  • Emerson opus
  • Elian piece
  • Elian output
  • Elia's specialty
  • Elia writing
  • Elia output
  • Elia offering
  • Effort to accomplish something.
  • Editorial piece
  • E.B. White work
  • Dryden work
  • Dowd piece
  • De Quincey product
  • David Sedaris work
  • David Sedaris piece
  • Contest entry
  • Composition for high schoolers
  • Composed piece
  • College application requirement
  • College application portion
  • College application need
  • College applicant's piece of writing
  • College applicant's composition
  • College admission writing sample
  • Christopher Hitchens work
  • Charles Lamb piece
  • Certain homework assignment
  • Calvin Trillin piece, perhaps
  • Blue book exam
  • Belloc work
  • Bacon product?
  • Bacon piece?
  • Bacon or Lamb product
  • Attempt — written work
  • Atlantic feature
  • Article in Harper's or The Atlantic
  • Application requirement, maybe
  • Alternative to true-false or multiple-choice
  • Addison's forte
  • Addison and Steele piece
  • A kind of composition
  • "The Federalist" component
  • "Tatler" offering
  • "How I Spent My Summer Vacation" e.g.
  • "A Modest Proposal" e.g.
  • "A literary device for saying almost everything about almost anything": Huxley
  • ''How I Spent My Summer Vacation,'' maybe
  • ___ test (exam where students have to do a lot of writing)
  •     Bacon piece

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Below are possible answers for the crossword clue Joker perhaps was concerned with English being banned.

CARD

  1. ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor; "I was carded when I tried to buy a beer!"
  2. separate the fibers of; "tease wool"
  3. one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes; "he collected cards and traded them with the other boys"
  4. a printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities
  5. a card certifying the identity of the bearer; "he had to show his card to get in"
  6. (baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat; "the managers presented their cards to the umpire at home plate"
  7. a list of dishes available at a restaurant; "the menu was in French"
  8. (golf) a record of scores (as in golf); "you have to turn in your card to get a handicap"
  9. a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greeting

Clue Database Last Updated: 10/03/2018 9:00am


Other crossword clues with similar answers to 'Joker perhaps was concerned with English being banned'

Ace or deuce
Ace or jack
Basic bingo item
Birthday greeting
Check for ID, as at a bar
Christmas greeting
Club, maybe, that footballer tries to avoid
Cutup
Deck member
Determine the age of, in
Diamond, e.g.
Eccentric - stiff paper
Funny fellow
Green gem
Issue warning to clubs using right to block promotion

Jack or 10
Jack or ten
Jack, for one
Jester
Joker, e.g.
King or queen
Maybe ace vehicle with detachable top
Perhaps joker's one that cracks jokes
Riot
Source of information possibly about road
Stiff paper
Stop at the door, perhaps
Two or three, but not one
Wit


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