Word: AULD

The word AULD has appeared in at least 156 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
"""--- Lang Syne"""
"""In the days of ___ lang syne"""
"""Lang Syne"" lead-in"
"""Lang Syne"" preceder"
"""Lang"" preceder"
"""Should ___ acquaintance be forgot..."""
"""Should ___ acquaintance..."""
"""Should ___..."""
"""The ___ Sod"" (Ireland)"
"""We'll take a cup of kindness yet for ___..."""
"""___ Lang Syne"""
"""___ Lang Syne"": Burns"
"""___ Lang Syne."""
"""___ Robin Gray"" (classic Scottish ballad)"
"""___Lang Syne"""
"""___Lang Syne'"
' ___ Lang Syne'
'-- Lang Syne'
'___ Lang Syne'
-- lang syne
1/1 sung word
1/1 word
"1771 ballad, ""___, Robin Gray"""
Adjective in a seasonal song
"Ancient, in Aberdeen"
"Ancient, to Burns"
"Anne Lindsay's ""___ Robin Gray"""
"Anne Lindsay's ""___Robin Gray"""
Annual song title starter
"Barrie's ""___ Licht Idylls"""
Burns title starter
"Bygone, to Burns"
First word in a celebratory song
First word in a celebratory song title
First word in a holiday song title
First word of a New Year's song title
First word of a famous song title
First word of a song sung once a year
First word of song
Glaswegian old
Holiday song starter
Holiday song title starter
Holiday tune title starter
Jan. 1 word
January 1 song title word
January 1 song word
January 1 title word
January 1 word
January 1st song word
January song starter
Kind of acquaintance
Lang lead-in
Lang preceder on 1/1
Like Burns's syne
Like a Burns acquaintance
Midnight song word
Nae like a bairn
Nae like a laddie
New Year song word
New Year's Eve adjective
New Year's Eve word
New Year's song adjective
New Year's song title starter
New Year's song word
New Year's word
New York's word
Noel word
Nostalgic song title word
Old in Edinburgh.
"Old, in Scotland"
Old: Scot.
Part of a New Year's song
Part of a seasonal song
Robert Burns title starter
Robert Burns word
Scottish song word
Seasonal song starter
Seasonal song title opener
Seasonal song word
Second word of a 1/1 song
Second word of a January song
Start of a 12/31 song title
Start of a January 1 song title
Start of a New Year's Eve song
Start of a New Year's phrase
Start of a New Year's song
Start of a New Year's song title
Start of a celebratory song
Start of a seasonal number
Start of a seasonal song title
The -- Sod (Ireland)
The ___ Kirk.
The ___ Sod
Title word in the first song of the year
Title word in the last song you'll sing this year
Verse word for 12/31
"Word before ""Lang"""
Word heard after a countdown
Word heard at a New Year's Eve party
Word heard on December 31
Word in a 1/1 song title
Word in a New Year's Eve song
Word in a New Year's song title
Word in a New Year's tune
Word in a popular New Year's tune
Word in a seasonal song
Word in a song performed at midnight
Word in an annually-sung song
Word most often heard around midnight
Word often heard on 1/1
Word often sung on New Year's Eve
Word often sung while holding a drink
Word sung after a ball drops
Word sung after midnight
Word sung at a New Year's Eve party
Word sung before a toast
Word sung before toasting
Word sung every 1/1
Word sung in early January
Word sung on 1/1
Word sung on 12/31
Word sung on Dec. 31
Word sung on December 31
Word sung on January 1
Word sung on New Year's Eve
Word with which to laud the new year
Year-end word
___ Hornie (Satan)
___ Lang Syne
___ Lang Syne.
___ Reekie (Edinburgh)
___ lang syne
___ lang syne.
___-farrant (wise beyond one's years): Scot.
1/1 song word
Start of a popular New Year's song
Jan. 1 song title word
Word heard at a New Year's Eve party
"Should __ acquaintance ... "
'___ Lang Syne'
See 3 Across
"— Lang Syne"
"— Lang Syne"
"___ Lang Syne"
"___ Lang Syne"
"__ Lang Syne"
"— Lang Syne"
"___ Lang Syne"
''__ Lang Syne''
"___ Lang Syne"
''__ Lang Syne''
Word sung after the ball drops
Of long duration, in Scotland
Getting on, in Glasgow
"— Lang Syne"
1/1 song title word