Word: ALIAS

The word ALIAS has appeared in at least 508 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
"""America's Most Wanted"" info"
"""America's Most Wanted"" info, sometimes"
"""Anonymous,"" for Joe Klein"
"""Butch Cassidy"" or ""The Sundance Kid"""
"""Gloria, I think they got the ___"" Laura Branigan"
"""John Smith"" might be one"
"""John Smith,"" at times"
"""More Than Words Can Say"" band"
"""Mr. Howard"" to Jesse James, e.g."
"""Tokyo Rose,"" to Iva D'Aquino"
"""Wanted"" poster entry"
"""Wanted"" poster name"
"""___ Jesse James"" (1959 film)"
"""___ Jimmy Valentine"""
"""___ Jimmy Valentine,"" 1921 play"
"""___ Smith & Jones"""
"""___ Smith and Jones"" (TV oldie)"
"""___ Smith and Jones"": '70s TV Western"
"""___ Smith and Jones"": 1970s TV Western"
"007, e.g."
"1990's ""More Than Words Can Say"" band"
A con artist may go by it
A criminal may have one
A k a
A spy might work under one
A thief may go under one
A thief may use one
A thief might take one
A.k.a.
A.k.a. follower
A/k/a
ABC series about spy Sydney Bristow
ABC show
ABC show that ended its fourth season with a car crash cliffhanger
ABC spy series
AKA
AKA follower
Aka
Aka follower
Also called
Also known as
Alter ego?
Alternate handle
Alternate identity
Alternate monicker
Alternate name
An anonym
Ann Landers or Mark Twain
Anonym
Another name
Another name for a criminal
Another name for a crook
Another name for a person
Another name.
Anticon member
Any other name
"Armstrong's ""___ Jimmy Valentine"""
Assumed identity
Assumed name
Assumed name.
At another time
"Billy the Kid, for Henry McCarty"
"Billy the Kid, to Henry McCarty"
Bit of checkpoint deception
Blotter entry
Blotter info
Blotter name
Blotter word
Bogus name
Booking term
"Buffalo Bill, e.g."
Butch Cassidy or The Sundance Kid
Butch Cassidy or the Sundance Kid
"Butch Cassidy or the Sundance Kid, e.g."
"Butch Cassidy, e.g."
"Butch Cassidy, for Robert Leroy Parker"
CA record label they use as a handle?
Calif. Yo La Tengo label
"Carlos Danger, e.g."
"Cat Stevens, to Yusuf Islam"
"Chevalier de Seingalt, for Casanova"
"Chris Gaines, to Garth Brooks"
Con name maybe
Con's cover
"Con's cover, of a sort"
Cover
Cover name
Cover of a sort
"Cover, of a sort"
Cover-up name
Cover-up name.
Criminal cover
Criminal pseudonym
"Criminal's ""a k a"" name"
Criminal's creation
"Criminal's creation, perhaps"
Criminal's dodge
Criminal's fake name
Criminal's shield
Criminal-card notation
Criminals and computer operators may use one
Crook's cover
Crook's other identity
Crook's other name
Cryptonym's cousin
Deceptive handle
Dossier cover?
"Dutch Schultz, for one"
"Elia, to Lamb"
F.B.I.-poster word
"Fake ""handle"""
Fake I.D.
Fake handle
Fake handle?
Fake identity
Fake moniker
Fake name
"False ""handle"""
False ID
False assumption?
False front
False handle
False identity
False name
Felon's disguise
Fictitious name
Fictitious name.
Form of deception
Former ABC spy series
Former Yo La Tengo label
Fugitive's assumption
Fugitive's creation
Fugitive's invention
Fugitive's moniker
Gangland monicker
Gangster's moniker
George Sand or George Orwell
"George Sand, for one"
Handle
Handle on a rap sheet
Hood's handle
Hood's pseudonym
Identity concealer
Identity disguiser
Identity hider
"Imogen's Fidele in ""Cymbeline"""
Impostor's cover
Incognito aid
Incognito device.
Incognito's aid
"Info on a ""Wanted"" poster"
It can be assumed
It may be assumed
It may be proved in court
It's assumed
It's assumed by criminals
It's not real
"Item on a forged document, perhaps"
"Jennifer Garner ""spy-fi"" series"
Jennifer Garner TV series
Jennifer Garner drama
Jennifer Garner series
Jennifer Garner show
Jennifer Garner spy drama
Jennifer Garner spy series
Jennifer Garner spy-fi drama
"Jimmy Valentine, e.g."
"Jimmy Valentine, for one."
"John Doe, for one"
"John Doe, perhaps"
John Smith may be one
"John Smith, maybe"
"John Smith, perhaps"
"John Smith, possibly"
"John Smith, sometimes"
"Kent, to Superman"
Kind of writ
"Literally, ""at another time"""
Low profile maintainer
Made-up monicker
Mare Germanicum
Mark Twain or John Le Carre
"Mark Twain, for one"
Mata Hari was one
Miscreant's dodge
Miscreant's handle
Misleading handle
Misleading moniker
Misleading name
Moniker
Name a criminal goes by
"Name after ""a.k.a."""
"Name after ""aka"""
Name after a name
Name after an AKA
Name for crimes
Name for some
Name in the No-Tell Motel registry
"Name in the No-Tell Motel registry, most likely"
Name of a kind.
Name of a sort
Name of a sort.
"Name on a ""Man Wanted"" poster."
"Name on a ""Wanted"" poster"
"Name on a ""wanted"" poster, maybe"
Name on a police blotter
"Name on a police blotter, maybe"
Name on a rap sheet
"Name on a rap sheet, perhaps"
"Name on a spy's passport, perhaps"
Name on a wanted poster
Name registered at many an escort service
Nom de crime?
Nom de crook
Nom de guerre
"Nom de guerre, perhaps"
Nom de plume
Nom de plume of sorts
Nom de plume's cousin
Not the real name
"O. Henry's ""___ Jimmy Valentine"""
"O. Henry, e.g."
Old J. J. Abrams spy drama
Other name
Other name we know Lia as
Other tag
Otherwise called
Otherwise called.
Otherwise known as
Otherwise known.
Otherwise named
Otherwise named.
Otherwise.
Otherwise: Lat.
Pen name
"Pen name, say"
Perp's cover
Perp's fake name
Perp's red herring
Phony handle
Phony moniker
Phony name
Police blotter datum
Police blotter entry
Police blotter name
Police profile datum
Police-blotter entry
Police-blotter info
Police-blotter word
Popular spy show
"Possible substitute for ""or"""
Protective cover?
Pseudonym
Pseudonym of sorts
Pseudonym.
"R. Spencer, to J. Valentine"
Rap sheet datum
Rap sheet entry
Rap sheet handle
Rap sheet identity
Rap sheet info
Rap sheet item
Rap sheet listing
Rap sheet moniker
Rap sheet name
"Rap sheet name, maybe"
"Rap sheet name, perhaps"
Rap sheet word
Rap-sheet datum
Rap-sheet entry
Rap-sheet info
Rap-sheet word
Rogues' gallery item.
Rose by any other name?
"Screen name, perhaps"
Second name
Series featuring agent Sydney Bristow
Show that follows Sydney Bristow
"Signature on a bad check, maybe"
Smith might be one
"Smith or Jones, at times"
"Smith, at times"
"Smith, often"
"Smith, perhaps"
"Smith, sometimes"
Sobriquet.
Some cons assume it
Something a thief might take
Something to assume
Something to go by
Something to go under
"Son of Sam, e.g."
Spy series directed by J .J. Abrams
Spy's cover
"Spy's name, often"
"Spy's name, possibly"
"Spy's name, quite possibly"
Stage name
Stage name e.g.
"Superman, e.g."
"Swindler's name, perhaps"
"Swindler's name, possibly"
TV spy series starring Jennifer Garner
"TV's ""___ Smith and Jones"""
TV's '___ Smith and Jones'
Taken name
"The Jackal, e.g."
"The Sundance Kid, e.g."
"The Sundance Kid, for Harry Longabaugh"
"The Sundance Kid, vis-
Twitter handle
Underground name.
Underworld name
Unreal name
Vacationing celeb's convenience
"Vinnie the Chin, e.g."
Voltaire or Elia
Wanted poster datum
Wanted poster entry
Wanted poster info
Wanted poster information
Wanted poster name
Wanted poster snippet
Wanted poster word
Wanted sign entry
Wanted word
Wanted-poster datum
Wanted-poster info
Wanted-poster listing
Wanted-poster name
Wanted-poster word
What a con may assume
What a crook might go by
What a crook might go under
What a person may go under
What a thief might go by
Word in 'Wanted' circular.
"Word on ""Wanted"" posters"
"Word on ""wanted"" poster."
"Word on a ""Wanted"" list"
"Word on a ""Wanted"" poster"
"Word on a ""wanted"" poster"
Word on a police blotter
Word on a post office wall.
Word on a wanted poster
You could go under one
You may assume it
___ Smith and Jones : '70s TV show
___ dictus (otherwise called)
a/k/a
Fake identity
Butch Cassidy or the Sundance Kid
Pen name
Assumed name
Billy the Kid, e.g
Butch Cassidy was one
Rap sheet item
Name on a rap sheet
What follows ''aka''
Assumed name
O. Henry or Mark Twain
Wanted-poster info
Cover the greatest answer at school
"Aka" kin
Assumed name
Mark Twain, for one
False name
AKA, to a criminal
Rap sheet entry
Assumed name
Assumed name
Also called a torn sail
Criminal's cover, perhaps
Jennifer Garner spy series
Fugitive's assumption
Assumed name
Lewis Carroll or Mark Twain
Tokyo Rose, e.g.
Assumed name
Fake name
Second name, perhaps
Pseudonym
Pseudonym
Pseudonym
Name after "AKA"
False name
False name
Criminal's false name
Name on a rap sheet
Assumed identity
Assumed identity
Assumed name
Assumed name
Assumed name
Assumed name
Handle
Handle
Assumed name
Assumed name
AKA follower
Also known as Ali, possibly
Also known as Ali, possibly
Assumed name
One of Kimble's many, on "The Fugitive"
Leave port for a Rising with an assumed name
Pseudonym
Pseudonym
Fake name
Butch Cassidy, for one
"Doe" or "Roe," commonly
El Chapo, to Joaquin Guzman
Assumed name
Assumed name
Elia, to Lamb
John Smith, often
Assumed name
Assumed name
False name
Assumed name
Elia, to Lamb
False or assumed identity
"Otherwise known as" name
Wanted poster listing
Pen name
Assumed name
Assumed name
Pseudonym
Assumed name
Identity-concealing name
Wanted-poster datum
Assumed identity
New name? Lisa shiftily takes one
Crook's other name
Pseudonym lead-in
Fugitive's moniker
Assumed name
Another name for a sail, perhaps
False or assumed identity
Pseudonym
Wanted poster datum
False or assumed identity
Many a rapper's name
Deep Throat, to the Watergate informant
Rap sheet datum
Fake ID
Wanted poster word
Margaret Atwood's "__ Grace"
Fake name
Word on a wanted poster
Assumed name
Criminal handle
Assumed name
Another name for a sail, perhaps
Fake name
Assumed name
Rap sheet info
Sundance Kid, for one
Assumed name
Pseudonym
Fake name
Assumed name
Fake name
Assumed name
False name
Assumed name
Assumed name
Pen name
ID cover
Assumed name
Assumed name
Assumed name
A sail used under another name
A sail used under another name
Eminem, to Marshall Mathers III
Pseudonym
Name on a rap sheet
Assumed name
False identity
Another name for a sail
Assumed name
Assumed name
Phony name
False name
Nom de plume
Felon's fake name
Criminal's false name
Assumed name
False name as used in Dakar
Assumed name
A sail used under another name
Pen name
False ID
What many an author assumes
Wanted-poster info
Name on a wanted poster
Wanted poster datum
Monicker
"___ Grace" (Margaret Atwood novel)
Pseudonym
Assumed name
Assumed name
"___ Grace" (Netflix drama based on a Margaret Atwood novel)
"Doe" or "Roe," perhaps
Crook's false name
'Buffalo Bill,' for William Cody
Assumed name
Blotter bit
Handle