Word: MISS

The word MISS has appeared in at least 322 clues on different crosswords.

MISS definition(s):

• To be absent, deficient, or wanting.

• To go wrong; to err.

• A kept woman; a mistress.

• to fail to understand

• (transitive) To fail to attend.

• To fail to understand or have a shortcoming of perception.

• miss (capturing)

• fail to experience; "Fortunately, I missed the hurricane"

• A title of respect for a young woman (usually unmarried) with or without a name used.

• A failure to obtain or accomplish.

• a failure to obtain or accomplish

• a failure to hit (or meet or find etc)

• An unmarried woman; a girl.

• be without; "This soup lacks salt"; "There is something missing in my jewelry box!"

• An act of avoidance.

• To fail to achieve or attain.

• miss (seeing)

• (transitive) To fail to understand or have a shortcoming of perception.

• An act of avoidance (used with the verb give).

• to fail to hit

• To fail to score (a goal).

• In the game of three-card loo, an extra hand, dealt on the table, which may be substituted for the hand dealt to a player.

• To feel the absence of someone or something, sometimes with regret.

• A line of code that was not executed by a test.

• (transitive) To fail to hit.

• to be late for something

• miss (mistake, error, failure)

• a young female; "a young lady of 18"

• To feel regret or sadness because of the absence of a person.

• fail to reach or get to; "She missed her train"

• be absent; "The child had been missing for a week"

• To fail to help the hand of a player.

• (transitive) To feel the absence of someone or something, sometimes with regret.

• a failure to hit

• fail to attend an event or activity; "I missed the concert"; "He missed school for a week"

• to avoid

• fail to perceive or to catch with the senses or the mind; "I missed that remark"; "She missed his point"; "We lost part of what he said"

• leave undone or leave out; "How could I miss that typo?"; "The workers on the conveyor belt miss one out of ten"

• A failure to hit.

• To fail to hit.

• (transitive) To be late for something (a means of transportation, a deadline etc).

• miss (a chance)

• to feel the absence of someone or something

• feel or suffer from the lack of; "He misses his mother"

• to fail to attend

• miss (train, bus, etc.)

• To be late for something (a means of transportation, a deadline, etc.).

• miss (a train)

• The situation where an item is not found in a cache and therefore needs to be explicitly loaded.

• miss (doing)

• To need a number or amount of something, but not having enough or any at all.

• To fail to hit (a target, a bell, etc.).

• An unmarried woman.

• fail to reach; "The arrow missed the target"

• unmarried woman

• To fail to attend.

"""Bye bye, ___ American Pie..."""
"""Bye, bye, ___ American Pie..."""
"""Bye-bye, ___ American Pie..."""
"""Close, but no cigar"" event"
"""Driving ___ Daisy"""
"""Driving ___ Daisy"" (1989)"
"""Driving ___ Daisy,"" Uhry play"
"""Good Golly ___ Molly"""
"""Junior ___"""
"""Little ___ Marker"""
"""Little ___ Sunshine"""
"""Our ___ Brooks"" (TV oldie)"
"""The ___ Firecracker Contest"" (Beth Henley play)"
"""___ Congeniality"""
"""___ Congeniality"" (2000)"
"""___ Otis Regrets"" (Noel Coward song)"
"""___ Otis Regrets"": Porter"
"""___ Saigon"""
"'89 movie, ""Driving ___ Daisy"""
A single one
"Air ball, for example"
America or Liberty
America or Muffet
America or Universe preceder
Archer's error
Bad shot
Be absent from
"Be errant, say"
Be lonely for
Be nostalgiac
Be nostalgic for
Be off target
Be off the mark
Be too late for
Be unsuccessful
Be wide
Beauty pageant title
"Billie Holiday's ""___ Brown to You"""
Broadway's '___ Saigon'
"Culture Club ""___ Me Blind"""
Daisy for one
"Daisy, for one"
Debutante ball attendee
"Debutante, typically"
Do without.
Don't catch
Don't connect
Don't make the hand*
Don't make your draw*
Drop the ball
"Elliott Smith's ""___ Misery"""
Errant shot
Fail to attend
Fail to catch
Fail to connect
Fail to connect with
Fail to contact
Fail to do.
Fail to find the strike zone
Fail to get
Fail to hit
Fail to make
Fail to make contact
Fail to make contact with
Fail to meet
Fail to notice
Fail to see
Fail to watch
Failed attempt
Fall short of the mark
Far from a hit
Feel another's absence
Feel homesick for
Feel longing for
Feel nostalgia for
Feel nostalgic for
Feel the absence of
Feel the lack of
"Female state, in short"
Feminine title.
"First word on a sash, often"
Flower girl's courtesy title
Form of address.
Former Mrs.
Get the wrong idea
Get wrong
Girl's title
Go off target
Go wide
"Go wide of, say"
Hit alternative
Hit or ___
Hit or ___ (unpredictable)
Hit's alternative
Hit's counterpart
Hit's flip side?
Hit's opposite
Hit's partner
Hit-or- --
Howard Stern's ___ America
Huck's river: abbr.
It bridges Ala. and La.
It's as good as a mile
"It's as good as a mile, they say"
It's not a hit
Jeune fille
Junior ___
Kegler's error
"Klymaxx's ""I ___ You"""
Leave out
Let go by
Liberty or America
Liberty preceder
Lonelyhearts' title
Long for
Long to be with
Long to see
Long to see again
"Loretta Lynn's ""___ Being Mrs."""
"Mademoiselle, overseas"
Marple or Havisham
Marple or Marker
Marriageable one
Master's counterpart
Mile equivalent?
"Mile's equivalent, proverbially"
Mile's equivalent?
Muffet or America
Muffet or Brooks
"Muffet, for one"
Muppet Piggy's title
Near or Ole
Not a hit
Not catch
Not even come close
Not hit
Not make the hand*
Not understand
Notice the absence of
Ole ___
One way to waste ammo
"Overshoot, perhaps"
"Overshoot, say"
Pageant contestant
Pageant title
Pageant winner
Pass by
Pass over.
Peach or Piggy
Piggy or Peach
Piggy's title
Pine for
Pine for a young woman (4)
Polite address
Pre-marital title
Proverbial equal to a mile
Regret the loss of
Reply to some Battleship guesses
Sash word
She's not yet married
"Shoot an air ball, e.g."
"Shoot an air ball, say"
"Shoot past, e.g."
Shoot wide
Shooter's failure
"Staffer's address, perhaps"
Start of a pageant winner's title
"Stones ""___ You"""
"Strindberg's ""___ Julie"""
Swing without connecting
Swiss ___
TV's 'Our -- Brooks'
TV's 'Our ___ Brooks'
TV's ___ Piggy
Take a raincheck
"Ted Nugent ""Little ___ Dangerous"""
"The Rolling Stones' ""___ You"""
Title eliminated upon formation of a union
Title for America?
Title of respect.
Title that can precede the starts of the four longest Across answers
Universe or America
Unmarried woman
Unmarried woman's title
Unsuccessful attempt
Unwed one.
White peg on a Battleship game board
Wide shot
Wish were here
"With ""The"", virtual family game"
Word before any U.S. state
Word on a pageant sash
Word on a sash
Yearn for
Yearn to see again
Young female
Young gal
Young girl
Young lady
Young woman
Young woman's address
Young woman's title
___ America
___ America Competition
___ America pageant
___ America.
___ Congeniality
___ Liberty
___ Marple
___ Piggy
___ Saigon (Broadway musical)
___ Teen South Carolina
___ Universe.
___ the boat
___ the boat (be late)
___ the bus
Be nostalgic for
Fail to notice
Fail to see
Fail to hit
Air ball, say
"Swing and a __, strike one"
Fail to hit
Fail to hit
Lack young woman
Fail to hit
Fail to hit
Lack a young woman
Fail to hit
Marple or Muffet
Fail to hit
Fall wide of
Fail to hit
Lack a young woman
Fail to hit
Pine for young woman
Potential 29-Across
Notice the absence of
Unmarried woman’s title
Unmarried woman’s title
Fail to hit
Fail to hit
Feel the absence of
Feel the absence of
Fail to attend
"Driving ___ Daisy"
"Driving ___ Daisy"
Young lady
Young lady
Young lady
Fail to see
Don’t notice that you are lonely for?
Pine for
Wish were here
Fail to hit
Lack a young woman
Marple or Piggy
Feel nostalgic for
Does it not strike you as a stately abbreviation?
Long to see
Spider victim, Little ... Muffet
Unmarried woman
Be nostalgic for
Fail to hit
Lack a young woman
Let slip you would like to be with again
"___ me?"
Fail to catch
22's broad failure
Fail to connect with
Fail to hit
Lack young woman
Never hit a girl
Complete whiff
Fail to hit
Lack a young woman
A failure as a stateswoman?
Slapdash, hit or ...
__ Piggy
Title for a pageant winner?
Unmarried state in America?
Battleship call
Hit opposite
Spider victim, Little ... Muffet
Fail to hit
Fail to meet
Shoot an air ball
Fail to see
Battleship response