Answer Clue
NEXT CALL IN A DELI
NEXT FRIENDLY
NEXT CLOSE
NEXT IMMEDIATE
NEXT HAVING THE SHORTEST WAIT
NEXT COMING UP
NEXT SUBSEQUENTLY
NEXTDOOR SHORT DISTANCE
NEXTGEN IN THE VANGUARD, TECH-WISE
NEXTDOOR NEAR
NEXT NEAR
COMINGNEXT NEXT
NEXTOFF NEXT
NEXT CRY AT A DELI COUNTER
NEXT START OF MANY A TV TEASER
NEXT IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARDS
NEXT QUEUE WORD?
NEXT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING
NEXT THAT FOLLOWING
NEXT ALMOST UP
ONNEXT ALMOST UP
NEXT CALL FROM BEHIND THE DELI COUNTER
NEXT WAITING ROOM CALL
NEXT BARBERSHOP CALL
NEXT BARBERSHOP SHOUT
NEXT EXPECTED
NEXT IMMEDIATELY AFTER
NEXT AT THE FRONT OF THE QUEUE
NEXT BANK-TELLER'S CALL
BENEXTTO BE ADJACENT
NEXT DELI COUNTER SHOUT
NEXT TO FOLLOW
NEXT REAR
NEXT SPECIFIED
UNEXTREME CAUTIOUS
NEXTEXIT "10 MILES" PRECEDER, PERHAPS
MAKEANEXTREMELYFINEDISTINCTION QUIBBLE
NEXT ADJACENT TO
NONEXTANT NOT PRESENT
BENEXTTO SURROUND
NEXT "___ FRIDAY"
NEXT ON DECK
NEXTEXIT INFORMATIONAL SIGN ON AN INTERSTATE
INEXTINGUISHABLE HONEST
NEXT BACK
NEXTEL LOUD, AS A CROWD
NEXT RESIDE
NEXT VERY CLOSE HYBRID OF RODENT AND OX (4,4)
WHEELSEEYOUNEXTWEEK SAJAK'S UNGRAMMATICAL FAREWELL?
BENEXTTO JOIN
NEXT APPROACHING
NEXT WELCOME WORD IN A BARBERSHOP
NEXT BARBER'S ANNOUNCEMENT
NEXT BAGEL SHOP CALL
NEXT SHOUT AT THE DMV
INEXTINGUISHABLE DURABLE
INEXTIRPABLE DURABLE
IMNEXT "MY TURN"
NEXTOFF IMMEDIATELY
NEXT IMMEDIATELY
NEXT CONSEQUENT
NEXT CALL IN A CROWDED BAKERY
NEXT TAKEOUT COUNTER CALL
NEXT ABOUT TEN CATCH THE ONE THAT COMES IMMEDIATELY AFTER
INEXTRICABLE IMPOSSIBLE TO ESCAPE FROM
NEXT POSTERIOR
NEXTGENERATION LIKE A TECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPMENT
NEXT AFTERWARDS
NEXTDOOR NEXT TO
NEXT CRY TO THE QUEUE
NEXT CONVENIENT
NEXT ATTACHED
NEXTDAYAIR RAPID MAIL DELIVERY SYSTEM
BENEXTTO ABUT
NEXT HINDER
NEXTTOEACHOTHER SHOULDER TO SHOULDER
FEATHERNEXT PROFIT
NEXT PROXIMATE
GONEXT COME AFTER
INEXTINGUISHABLE NEVERENDING
NEXT BEFORE
NEXT LATER ON
STANDNEXTTO RUB ELBOWS WITH, SAY
NEXT FOLLOWING CLOSELY
NEXTDOOR NEIGHBOURING
NEXTOFF ENSUING
NEXT DISMISSIVE CALL
NEXT SOONEST
BENEXTTO BORDER
NEXTTIMETYPE "I CAN'T READ YOUR HANDWRITING!"
NEXT COMING AFTER
NEXT ALONGSIDE
NEXT BEHIND
IGOTNEXT "AFTER THIS, IT'S MY TURN"
THENEXTBESTTHINGTO START OF A REMARK BY ROY W. WEST
NEXTOFKIM BASINGER'S UPCOMING PROJECT?
STATUTORYNEXTOFKIN PERSON WHO EXPECTS TO INHERIT
UNEXTREME TEMPERATE
NEXT IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT
INEXTINGUISHABLE UNDYING
NEXT ORDER FROM THE SOUP NAZI
NEXT "I'M READY FOR ANOTHER CUSTOMER"
NEXT PRESENTLY
NEXT FIRST IN LINE
NEXT "SAME TIME, ___ YEAR"
NEXT SUBSEQUENT / THE NEAREST IN ORDER OF TIME
NEXTDOOR STONE'S THROW
NEXTTOEACHOTHER SIDE BY SIDE
NEXT AFTER THIS
NEXTDOOR CLOSE BY
SITNEXTTO ACCOMPANY, AS ON A TRAIN
NEXT SUCCEEDING
NEXTTOEACHOTHER ABREAST
NEXT FOLLOWING IN ORDER
NEXTEGG CALL BY EASTER-TIME COLORERS?
BENEXTTO TOUCH
NEXTDAYAIR EXPRESS MAIL
AFTERNEXT FAIRLY SOON, IN RELATION TO A MONTH OR WEEK
SAMETIMENEXTYEAR 1975 TONY-NOMINATED PLAY ABOUT AN EXTENDED AFFAIR
VOLLEYBALLNEXT ESPN SCHEDULE PHRASE?
NEXTUP "AFTER THESE MESSAGES..."
NEXT BARBER'S CRY
THEGIRLNEXTDOOR 1953 DAN DAILY FILM
NEXTTOEACHOTHER CHEEK BY JOWL
NEXT WORD HEARD AT AN AUCTION
NEXTTOEACHOTHER PARALLEL
NEXT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING IN TIME OR ORDER
THENEXTBEST AND 18 2000 COMEDYDRAMA FILM STARRING RUPERT EVERETT AND MADONNA
NEXT AT THE HEAD OF THE LINE
NEXTQ "I'D RATHER NOT ANSWER THAT ONE," COYLY
THEGIRLNEXTDOOR What little boys ignore?
NEXT AFTERWARD
IMNEXT First-in-line's line
MAKEANEXTREMELYFINEDISTINCTION Sharpen a distinction
NEXT THIS COMING
NEXT CASTING DIRECTOR'S DISMISSAL
NEXT I'M READY TO HELP THE PERSON AT THE FRONT OF THE LINE!
TOYNEXTDOOR Source of a neighbor's child's envy?
NEXT A word to the waiting
NEXT WITH ONLY ONE PERSON BEFORE YOU
BENEXTTO BE NEARBY
NEXT Waiting room word
EARNEXTRACREDIT Do additional schoolwork
NEXT What one at the head of a line likes to hear
NEXT Madonna film The ___ Best Thing
NEXT Receptionist's word
NEXT Behind-the-counter call
NEXT Counter line
NEXTDOOR Close, in a neighborly sense
NEXT Following back round about 10.10
BATNEXT Be on deck
GONEXT Be on deck
NEXT HARD BY
SATINEXTYEAR 1968 ALDA-BURSTYN COMEDY
UPNEXT FOLLOWING IMMEDIATELY, AS ON TV
NEXTDOOR LIKE A CLOSE NEIGHBOR
KEYNEXTTOPAGEUP Home, often
NEXT CALL IN A BAKERY
NEXT CUSTOM OFFICER'S CRY
SITNEXTTO Accompany, as at the movies
NEXT NEAREST IN SPACE OR POSITION
NEXT "STAR TREK: THE ___ GENERATION"
NEXT Dreaded word at the dentist's
NEXT New starters cross the "T", nearest in position
NEXT CALL AT THE DELI
FRONTNEXTCELLAR Three door openers
NEXT IN ITSELF 10 MAKES 10 THEN
NEXTDAY LIKE FAST UPS SERVICE
SATNEXTTO Joined, as at a bar
NEXT BARBERSHOP CRY
NEXTDOOR THE ADJACENT BUILDING
NEXT FOLLOWING FROM STERN EXTERIOR
NEXTTONUTTIN Jerry's comedy about a hobo who feeds squirrels?
KLEENEXTISSUE Arguably redundant name for a toiletry item
NEXT BARBER'S CRY?
NEXT "Thank U, ___"
NEXTUP LIKE A BATTER IN THE ON-DECK CIRCLE
MAKEANEXTREMELYFINEDISTINCTION Make a fine distinction
NEXT Immediately after, ... in line
NEXT ABUTTING
NEXT CASHIER'S CRY
NEXT Thank U ___ number-one hit album by Ariana Grande that was nominated for Album of the Year at the 62nd Grammy Awards
NEXT AT THE FRONT OF THE LINE
NEXTDOOR LIKE KRAMER, VIS-A-VIS SEINFELD
NEXT Shout to a line
NEXT Yell in a waiting room
NEXT CHARACTER FOLLOWING VW IN FINAL IMMEDIATELY AFTER
VANALLENEXTRACT PASSAGE FROM ASTROPHYSICIST JAMES'S BOOK?
NEXTUP "COMING AFTER THE BREAK," IN TV LINGO
NEXT BARBER'S BELLOW
UNEXTREME SWALLOWED BY YOU NEXT REMEDY IS HAVING FEW SIDE-EFFECTS?
WHOSNEXT Service line?
NEXT "CLEANLINESS IS ___ TO GODLINESS"
NEXTTOGODLINESS WHAT CLEANLINESS IS?
THEFIRENEXTTIME James Baldwin book whose title comes from 'Mary Don't You Weep'
NEXT Words often spoken with a hand on the Bible
NEXTEXIT FREEWAY SIGN
IGOTNEXT Challenger's announcement at a pickup game
NEXT HOLDER OF CORN KERNELS
INEXTRICABLE A hundred and sixty in Rome, inebriate, disorderly, permanently confused
NEXT Call to the first in line
WHOSNEXT Album featuring the song 'Won't Get Fooled Again'
NEXT FOLLOWING IN SEQUENCE
NEXT Infra
SAMELIMENEXTYEAR Movie about a stale fruit?
NEXT FISHING ITEM GETS 10 IMMEDIATELY ...
NEXT "WHAT WILL THEY THINK OF ___?"
NEXT CRY AT A MOTOR VEHICLE BUREAU
NEXT THIS TIME ___ YEAR, SERIES HOSTED BY 8A
NEXTDOOR NEARBY IN THE BURBS
NEXT IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING OR FOLLOWING
MAKEANEXTREMELYFINEDISTINCTION Pick nits
NEXTGEN CUTTING-EDGE, AS AN ELECTRONIC PRODUCT
NEXT CRY AT A DOCTOR'S OFFICE
NEXT CLOSELY
NEXT CALL TO A QUEUE
NEXTPROFIT PROJECTED AMOUNT IN A BUSINESS FORECAST?
NEXT Ten return to take in another ten on the first subsequent occasion
NEXTTONOTHING NOT MUCH
NEXT DENTIST'S OFFICE CALL
NEXT POSTAL WORKER'S CALL
next-door NEIGHBOURING
NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOURING
NEXTTO ALONGSIDE
NEXTTO ALMOST
NEXT "WILL THE PERSON AT THE HEAD OF THE LINE PLEASE COME FORWARD?"
NEXTUP ON DECK
UPNEXT ON DECK
NEXTINLINE ON DECK
GONEXT FOLLOW
NEXT BARBER'S LINE
WHATDIDTHENEXTDAYS RIDDLE, PART 4
BYTHENEXTTIMEHEVISITS RIDDLE, PART 4
WHATNEXT PESSIMIST'S PLAINT
INEXTREMIS BESET BY DIRE CIRCUMSTANCES
BOYNEXTDOOR YOUNG MALE NEIGHBOR
COMENEXT HAPPEN IMMEDIATELY AFTER
NEXT WORD TO A WAITER
NEXT FOLLOWING
NEXT CLOSEST
NEXTTO "CLEANLINESS IS ___ GODLINESS"
NEXTDOOR FIRST IN LINE TO PERFORM OLD ROUTINE INITIALLY CLOSE TO HOME
NEXTOFF Resultant
NEXT Resultant
NEXT ADJACENT
NEXTDOOR ADJACENT
NEXTTOGODSS Cleanly, out of line?
NEXT Cry in the doctor's office
NEXT BAKERY COUNTER CALL
WHATHAPPENSNEXT "AND AFTERWARD?"
NEXT DELI COUNTER CALL
BATNEXT STAND ON DECK
NEXT Immediately after getting ten in the snare
CAMENEXT FOLLOWED
WENTNEXT FOLLOWED
NEXTTO TOUCHING
NEXT DAY-OF-THE-WEEK MODIFIER, AT TIMES
NEXTYEAR SEE 18-DOWN
NEXTGEN LIKE MANY NEWLY UNVEILED ELECTRONICS, CASUALLY
NEXTTO ABUTTING
NEXT FIRST IN THE WAITING LINE
INEXTENSO ONE FOLLOWING NOSE WILDLY FOR AS LONG AS POSSIBLE?
NEXTTONATUREART SEE 4
NEXT TELLER'S CALL
UPNEXT READY TO TAKE A CUT
NEXT COMING IMMEDIATELY
IMBUSYTHENEXTDAY MORE OF THE PHONE RESPONSE
NEXT SUBSEQUENT
NEXT IMMEDIATELY UPCOMING
NEXT "Better luck __ time"
NEXT SHOUT AT A BUSY DELI
NEXTTO NEIGHBORING
NEXT Immediately following former partner engaged by conservationists
NEXT CALL IN THE WAITING ROOM
NEXT Cry at a bakery
UNEXTREME A French stream in south-west describing new term average
THENEXTIRONCHEF Cooking show winner
NEXT FOLLOWING CROSS GOING INTO THE GOAL
NEXTDAYAIR *SPEEDY SHIPPING OPTION
NEXT SUBSEQUENTLY OCCUPYING AN EXTENSION
NEXT BARBER'S CALL
NEXT "AMERICA'S ___ TOP MODEL"
NEXT TELLER'S CRY
THENEXTKEYBELOW FLAT
NEXTTOLAST Penultimate, and where you might see the first words of 18-, 23-, 40- and 51-Across
NEXT CALL TO A LINE
TAKEANEXTRATURN Land on a "go again" square
NEXT "WAIT TILL __ YEAR!"
NEXT Cry at a counter
NEXTDOOR LIKE KRAMER'S PLACE, TO SEINFELD'S
NEXT ... FOLLOWING WEB COVERAGE OF UNKNOWN
NEXT Right behind in line
INEXTREMIS ONE FOLLOWING ON MOTORWAY IS NEARLY LATE
NEXT Word heard in a waiting room
NEXTBEST SECOND IN PREFERENCE
NEXT SERVICE CALL?
NEXT Following 10 into trap
NEXT AUDITION CRY
NEXT BARBER'S SHOUT
NEXT WAITING ROOM CRY
INEXTREMIS BESET BY TROUBLE, ONE'S BORDERING ON CARELESS ALMOST
INEXTRICABLE IMPOSSIBLE TO SEPARATE
NEXTTO BESIDE
NEXT QUEUE CUE
WHATHAPPENSNEXT "AND NOW?"
NEXT Not previously
NEXT ADJOINING
NEXTT ADJOINING
NEXTTO ADJOINING
NEXT Clear about kiss succeeding
ITISTHENEXTNOTE QUOTE, PART 3
THEBOOTYNEXTDOOR SPOILS AT YOUR NEIGHBOR'S HOUSE?
NEXT FIRST IN A WAITING LINE
NEXTOFKIN THEY'RE ALL IN THE HOUSE PRESUMABLY? EXPECT THE HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR WILL GET THIS!
NEXT Counter call
NEXTTONOTHING SURPRISINGLY LITTLE, PRICEWISE
BENEXTTO ADJOIN
BENEXTTO BUTT AGAINST
NEXTGEN Cutting-edge in technology, familiarly
ILLGONEXT "MY TURN"
NEXTTO RIGHT ALONGSIDE
IMNEXT WAITER'S OBSERVATION
NEXTDOOR A HOUSE AWAY
NEXT WHAT YOU ARE WHEN NO ONE ELSE IS IN LINE
WHATEVERNEXT WHO CARES WHAT THE CASHIER SAYS, AS IT COMES AS A SURPRISE
NEXTOFKIN CONTACTS IN AN EMERGENCY
NEXT DMV call
THEGIRLNEXTDOOR APPROACHABLE, UNGLAMOROUS SORT
NEXTOFKIN YOUR CLOSE CONTACTS AT THE END OF 5 DOWN? THAT'S FINE BY ME GETTING TO GRIPS WITH FREQUENCY AT HOME!
NEXT DELI CRY
NEXTTO BORDERING
UPNEXT ABOUT TO GO
NEXTTUESDAY Eight days out from the beginning of the work week, often
NEXTDAY Fast-service promise
NEXT CRY AT A DELI
NEXTTONOTHING A PITTANCE
NEXT LEADING THE LINE
NEXT BAKERY CALL
GONEXT Follow in a game
WHATHAPPENEDNEXT END OF THE RIDDLE
NEXT ENSUING
NEXTYEAR WHEN SOME FANS HAVE TO WAIT TILL
NEXT SUBSEQUENT TEN CAUGHT?
NEXT Following cross, evidently a goal?
NEXTDOORTO A NEIGHBOUR -- OR ALMOST
NEXT CALL AT A DELI OR BARBERSHOP
NEXT ALL BUT ONE OF TEAM IN LORD'S PRACTICE SESSION SUCCEEDING?
NEXT CALL HEARD WHILE IN LINE
NEXTUP FIRST IN LINE
NEXT COMPANY FOUNDED BY 57-ACROSS
NEXT "WHAT HAPPENED __?"
NEXTPAGE WORDS CLICKED TO SEE MORE
NEXT CALL AT A DELI
NEXTNESTLESTLAST PENULTIMATE
NEXTMANIN He sits and waits, ready to run
NEXTPLEASE CRY FROM BEHIND A COUNTER
NEXT CALL IN A WAITING ROOM
IMNEXT FIRST-IN-LINE'S WORDS
NEXTMONTH WHAT'S OFTEN ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE
NEXTDOOR In a neighbourly position
NEXTEXIT WHERE GAS AND LODGING MAY BE FOUND
NEXT NEAREST
GONEXT BEST-SELLING AUTHOR WHO WAS A NEIGHBOR OF TWAIN IN HARTFORD
NEXTYEAR PHRASE IN A REUNION FAREWELL, OFTEN
NEXTOFKIN CLOSEST LIVING RELATIVE
NEXTDOORTO NEIGHBORING
NEXTDOOR NEIGHBORING
NEXTBIGBLOWOUT SEE 20-ACROSS
INEXTINGUISHABLE UNABLE TO BE PUT OUT
NEXTDAY OVERNIGHT
CAMENEXT ENSUED
NEXT CALL FROM A COUNTER
NEXT DOCTOR'S INSTRUCTION TO PUT RAY IN CAST
GIRLNEXTDOOR BOY'S FANTASY NEIGHBOUR?
NEXT BESIDE
TAKEANEXTRATURN Land on a ''go again'' square
NEXTTONOTHING VERY LITTLE
NEXT SHOUT TO A STOREFUL OF CUSTOMERS
NEXT POSTAL CLERK'S CRY
WHATNEXT 'AND?'
TILLNEXTTIME 'Later'
NEXT BOY ___ DOOR
NEXT CALL FROM BEHIND A COUNTER
UPNEXT ABOUT TO FACE THE PITCHER
NEXT BANK TELLER'S CRY
NEXT POST OFFICE CALL
NEXT WHAT THE DOCTOR SAID OF NOISES COMING OUT OF EXTENSIONS
NEXT WORD TO THE FIRST IN LINE
CTRYTHENEXTONE HELPFUL MULTIPLE-CHOICE ANSWER
NEXT CLERK'S CALL
NEXTOFKIN CLOSEST RELATIVE
IMNEXT 'My turn'
NEXTOFKIN NEAREST RELATIVES
NEXT Queue call
INEXTRICABLE INCAPABLE OF BEING UNTIED
NEXTOFKIN Mostly to a relative extent
NEXTEL Sprint acquisition of 2005
NEXTTONOTHING ENCYCLOPEDIA VOLUME ON POVERTY?
NEXTDAY LIKE SOME DELIVERIES
NEXTTOEACHOTHER CHEEK TO CHEEK
NEXT BANK TELLER'S CALL
UPNEXT WORDS BEFORE MANY A COMMERCIAL
NEXTOFKIN EXPECT THE HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR WILL GET THIS AS THEY'RE ALL IN THE HOUSE PRESUMABLY?
NEXTOFKIN One's closest relatives
INEXTREMIS MINERS EXIT ANGRILY, BARELY SURVIVING
NEXTTIME "Not today, sorry"
SPRINTNEXTEL TELECOMMUNICATIONS GIANT
NEXT ___-DOOR NEIGHBOR
NEXT "WHO'S TURN IS IT?!"
NEXTINLINE PERSON READY TO TAKE OVER
DONEXTTONOTHING PERFORM ZERO
CANIGONEXT "MY TURN?"
INEXTREMIS FASHIONABLE OLD PARTNER MERITS DISRUPTION IN SERIOUSLY DIFFICULT SITUATION
WHATEVERNEXT WHO CARES WHAT THE CASHIER SAYS AS IT COMES AS A SURPRISE
NEXTINLINE COMING AFTER NINE, LET IN AROUND ABOUT TEN
NEXT ___ earnings (phrase used when comparing a current and upcoming paycheck)
NEXT CALL AT A DELI COUNTER
NEXT WAITING ROOM SUMMONS
NEXT __-door neighbor
INEXTREMIS FASHIONABLE OLD PARTNER MERITS TREAT IN SERIOUSLY DIFFICULT SITUATION
ONNEXT COMING RIGHT UP
NEXT COMING RIGHT UP
NEXTDOOR IN AN ADJACENT HOUSE
WHATNEXT Despairing comment when tax breaks end in August
NEXTSTEP FUTURE PLAN HAS RISING WRITER DESCRIBING DIRECTION IN TEXT FORM
WHOSNEXT 1971 album that features "Baba O'Riley"
NEXT AFTER
NEXT DELI CALL
NEXTDOOR THE ADJACENT RESIDENCE
ONNEXT Right after this program
NEXT About to be served
NEXTTONOTHING VIRTUALLY ZERO, AND WHERE THE ENDS OF 20-, 32- AND 43-ACROSS ARE LITERALLY SITUATED
NEXTTO Right beside
NEXT Eric Clapton "___ Time You See Her"
NEXT Retailer finds old religious book among new ones
IGOTNEXT 'After this, it's my turn'
NEXTTONOTHING After this one on tonight, produced very little
NEXT First upcoming
NEXTTONOTHING AN ALMOST NEGLIGIBLE AMOUNT, LIKE ONE IN TEN
NEXTBTOBNOTHING Almost zero
NEXT Grateful Dead "___ Time You See Me"
NEXT Following; adjacent
NEXT Shout that cues a queue to move
GONEXT Have the subsequent turn
HUGHSNEXT "ACTOR LAURIE GOES AFTER YOU"?
NEXT Bakery clerk's call
WAITTILLNEXTYEAR '___, and you won't see another game for maybe 12 months'
NEXTROUNDISONME Bar offer
WHOSNEXT WAITING ROOM QUERY
NEXTOFKIN THE FOLLOWING ORDER FROM KING IN NICE FINALE IS OFTEN ASKED ON HOSPITAL FORM
NEXT Adjacent (to)
NEXT CALL AT A SPEED DATING EVENT, PERHAPS
NEXTTIMETYPE 'I can't read your handwriting!'
INEXTREMIS Anger about High St store, one stuck in M&S feeling desperation
NEXTTOLAST LIKE Y'S
NEXT 'Thank U, ___' (Grande album)
NEXT 'thank u, ___' (Ariana Grande song)
NEXT The UK’s largest clothing retailer
WHATNEXT 'And then ...?'
NEXTBEST Thing that's almost as good in texts Ben amended
NEXTDOOR IN THE ADJACENT HOUSE
NEXT Word shouted at end of audition
UPNEXT About to bat, e.g
WHOSNEXT Tough guy's challenge
NEXT CALL TO A WAITING LINE
GOESNEXT Is on deck
NEXT Ten falling into trap immediately after
NEXTTOTRASPUTIN Case for treatment in cattle, laid up, almost
INEXTRICABLE Impossible to disentangle
NEXTBEST Second to former torpedo boat in neighbourhood of Tyne road
NEXTMAGICMOMENT 1969 HIT SONG BY A GROUP OF 60-ACROSS?
NEXT Waiting-room call
WHATSNEXT QUESTION FROM AN ANXIOUS PERSON
NEXTTOGODLINESS CI ..
NEXTEL Cingular alternative
NEXT 'What ___?'
NEXTDOOR A house away (2 words)
NEXT POSTAL CLERK'S CALL
NEXT Shout at a barber shop
NEXT Coming nearest in order
NEXTPAGE What an arrow indicates on e-books
INEXTREMIS FASHIONABLE OLD PARTNER MERITS DISRUPTION IN A SERIOUSLY DIFFICULT SITUATION
NEXT "I'M DONE WITH THIS ONE"
IMNEXT Head-of-the-line boast
NEXTDOOR Type of neighbor (2 words)
NEXT And then you get ten in the meshes of it
INEXTREMIS One following old rock group is dying
NEXTCASE Cry heard in a 2-Down
NEXT Deli queue call
NEXT Customer service call
NEXTTONOTHING Very little cost
NEXT Ariana Grande album 'thank u, __'
NEXT Ariana Grande album "thank u, __"
NEXT Vaccinator's call
NEXTTOLAST Like Y, e.g.
NEXT Cry at the doctor's office
IMNEXT ''It's my turn!''
IMNEXT 'It's my turn!'
IMNEXT 'Hey, there's a line here!'
NEXTTIME When to get revenge, proverbially
next-door Alongside ox, rodent looks different
NEXT Web-hosted vote's succeeding
NEXT The one following or adjacent
FILEANEXTENSION What some do regarding a 54-Across
TUNEINNEXTWEEK. Cliffhanger phrase
NEXT Capture guards by being closest
NEXT Word to waiters
NEXTTONOTHING ... 'that's' or 'special'?
NEXTWEEK Not yet
NEXTDOOR Living very close by
NEXT 'There's always ___ year'
UPNEXT 'Coming after the break...'
IMNEXT 'That's my cue!'
NEXT ___-level (impressive)
NEXT 'Step right up!'
INEXTRICABLE I afterwards state telegram is impossible to get out
NEXTTONORMAL Musical about bipolar disorder
NEXTDOOR Hybrid of rodent and ox, very close!
NEXT Immediately succeeding, having caught ten?
IMNEXT 'It's almost my turn!'
ANDNOWFORMYNEXTNUMBER Statement before singing each hit featured in this puzzle?
NEXT 'Friday After ___'
NEXTPAGE E-reader function
NEXTDAYDELIVERY Overnight accommodation?
NEXT New extension to follow
ANEXTRA No star in addition
FORMYNEXTNUMBER Singer's segue
NEXT Queue call?
NEXT Exodus found in New Testament, or immediately after?
NEXT Shout at a deli
NEXT 'I'm done with this one'
WHATNEXT Note in passage by W H Auden, originally and now?
NEXT Coming nearest in order - come, please!
NEXTBEST Second choice could be not including torpedo boat in retreat
NEXTMONTH Prox
NEXTTIME Occasion for a gain?
NEXTDOOR Living in a neighbouring house
NEXT Deli-counter call
IMNEXT 'My turn now'
NEXT Following cross, where ball would be for goal?
NEXT Beside about ten meshes
NEXT 'Whose turn is it?' shout
NEXTTO A nominal fee
NEXT 'Whose turn is it?' shout
NEXT Goal to secure vote succeeding
NEXTUP Like batters in the on-deck circle
NEXTYEAR 'Wait 'til ___!' (loser's lament)
NEXTDOOR Upcoming party to be given by men very close by
NEXTWEEKSLOOKSTOUGHER The mentalist …
NEXTDOOR Type of neighbor
NEXTOFKIN Closest relatives
GIRLNEXTDOOR Parochial beauty
THEFIRENEXTTIME Book by James Baldwin (1963)
NEXT Soonest encountered
WAITTILLNEXTYEAR 1997 Doris Kearns Goodwin memoir
NEXT The up and coming extension excluding noise
NEXTLEVEL What you take things to when you tackle a harder challenge
NEXTTO Near retracted cattle pens time and again
NEXTTOLAST Like junior year
INEXTREMIS Desperately positioned, intermixes frantically
NEXT Ten beside here in a trap
NEXT Soon to be up
NEXTTONOTHING Negligible amount new divorcee required? Not tonight, oddly
NEXTOFKIN Those most close, relatively speaking
NEXTONE 'On to the ___' (2009 Jay-Z song)
FILEANEXTENSION Get permission to take more time
NEXTDOOR Usual location of nearest neighbour
GIRLNEXTDOOR Attractive female neighbour?
NEXTYEAR Procrastinator's deadline
NEXT Succeeding times in final
GOTNEXT Placed dibs on, as in a street basketball game
NEXTDOOR Neighbours' house
NEXTSTOPTIMESSQUARE Order to nab a New York newspaper nerd now?
NEXT Nearest following
YOURENEXT Receptionist's reassurance
NEXTSLIDEPLEASE 'Following ladies sleep around' sounds like a witty comment?
NEXTCASE Night court call
NEXT Cry from a counter
NEXTDOOR Relatively close position of a neighbour
OLDDAYSTHENEXT Nostalgic quote (Part 2)
NEXTMARCH When you go out on foot again
NEXT 'I'm __!': 'My turn!'
THENEXT Peter Cetera and Amy Grant "___ Time I Fall"
NEXT Preceded in line by only one person
NEXT Preceded in line by only one person
NEXTYEAR Resolution time, often
NEXT Coming nearest in time or sequence
NEXT Following figure turns around itself
IMNEXT "My turn is coming right up"
NEXTTIME When the villain vows to catch the hero
NEXTMANIN He should be padded for action
NEXT Self-contained number, given backing, immediately succeeding
NEXT Seinfeld vis-à-vis Kramer
NEXTDOOR Immediately neighbouring
NEXT Barber's word
NEXT Shout at an open call
NEXT Following unknown into trap
NEXTBIGBLOWOUT Sign at an auto repair shop (Part 3)
NEXT Barber shop call
NEXT Sevendust "Ugly" album
NEXTQUESTION Press conference phrase
NEXT Audition call
NEXTMOVE Chess player's contemplation
INEXTREMIS Direly sick, distressed miner exits
NEXTDOOR Neighbouring house
NEXT Baggage checker's call
NEXTDAY Like some speedy deliveries
NEXTTOLAST Where working cobbler is not receiving any 25
IMNEXT Front-of-the-line boast
UPNEXT Talk show host's phrase
INEXTREMIS One, following destruction of Reims, is close to death
NEXT Samantha who Gotta Tell You
NEXTEL Sprint merger partner
WHATNEXT Start of a sarcastic question
NEXT Trap to catch a number following
INEXTENSIBILITY Unyielding nature of one bitten sexily in playing around
INEXTREMIS Intermixes wildly as last resort
NEXTMAN The wicket-taking bowler waits for him
NEXTTIME Roar from 11 broadcast - wait for it!
NEXT Certain extras to be included will follow
NEXTTOLAST Like Y
NEXT TV promo word
NEXT Call at a bakery
BOYNEXTDOOR Nondescript neighbor
NEXTEL Sprint purchase
WHATNEXT Pessimist's question
NEXTMANIN He will be padded and waiting
NEXTTONOTHING 0X
THEFIRENEXTTIME James Baldwin novel
NEXT Bank lobby call
NEXTTONOTHING Love one's neighbour? Not much
NEXT ''Better luck __ time''
NEXT Subsequent back number supplemented by Times
THEBOYNEXTDOOR Ordinary chap turned to noted hero by capturing vote
NEXT Barber's invitation
NEXTTONOTHING Lacking neighbours, perhaps, is utterly unimportant
NEXTBEST Second in order of preference
WHATHAPPENSNEXT 'And now?'
NEXTDOOR Where immediate neighbour lives
NEXT SEE 26-DOWN
NEXTDAYDELIVERY RUSH JOB
NEXT Nearest shop
NEXTBEST Second choice
WHOSNEXT Question from behind a counter
UPNEXT Coming immediately after, as on TV
WHATEVERNEXT EXPRESSION OF AMAZEMENT
NEXT Deli counter cry
NEXTLEVEL In a higher tier
NEXTPHASE Subsequent stage

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Want to become the ultimate crossword puzzle-solver? Let us help you find answers to crossword puzzles with our online crossword-solver, whether you have a word on the tip of your tongue or just need one clue. Crossword puzzle answers for today can be found easily, so you don’t have to wait for the next day’s newspaper or cheat on an app to find out the solutions. Use this crossword helper to enter crossword clues, search for specific words by the number of letters, or read our guide to learn new, different strategies for solving your daily crossword. Help is finally here in our ultimate guide to crossword puzzle-solving!

Our ultimate guide has everything, like where to find crossword games, how to solve crosswords, the most common crossword clues and answers, and other fun facts about America’s favorite word-puzzle game. Nothing is more maddening than a crossword clue that’s difficult to understand, but don’t worry! Enter that tricky crossword puzzle clue into our tool and you’ll find yourself in crossword heaven!

Solving Common Crossword Clues

Using our word-finder, crossword fans can easily enter the clues that are stumping them and let our word-grabber find several different options. There are two main strategies for getting crossword puzzle help: enter in the clue and have our crossword-tracker grab answers, or try out our word-solver to find the specific word by the letters you have and size of the space you need to fill in.

Where to Play Crossword Games Online

Here’s a quick overview of the best free crossword puzzles that you can find online, either on mobile devices or your desktop. We recommend playing on a tablet; that way, it’s easier to read most crossword puzzle games. Free puzzles can be found with difficulties ranging from easy to hard. For instance, one can find pretty easy online crossword puzzles from USA Today, but if you really want a hard puzzle, pick the New York Times crossword on Saturday.

Remember that if you get stuck on your daily crossword, answers can be found easily with our clue-finder!