Word: SON

The word SON has appeared in at least 754 clues on different crosswords.

SON definition(s):

• A familiar address to a male person from an older or otherwise more authoritative person.

• A male person considered to have been significantly shaped by some external influence.

• To address (someone) as "son".

• A male person who has such a close relationship with an older or otherwise more authoritative person that he can be regarded as a son of the other person.

• son (of others)

An informal address to a friend or person of equal authority.

• familiar address

• male descendant

• A male person who has such a close relationship with an older or otherwise more authoritative person that he can be regarded as a son of the other person.

• A male descendant.

A familiar address to a male person from an older or otherwise more authoritative person.

• A male child, a boy or man in relation to his parents; one's male offspring.

• A male adopted person in relation to his adoption parents.

• One's male offspring.

• a male person in relation to his parents

• a son through close relationship

• a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his boy is taller than he is"

• To produce (i.e. bear, father, beget) a son.

• an adopted son

• a son through major influence

• One's male child.

"""-- of a Preacher Man"""
"""A ___ of the Circus"" (John Irving novel)"
"""About a ___"" (2007 movie about Kurt Cobain)"
"""Art thou a woman's ___... "": Shak."
"""Carry On Wayward ___"""
"""Dear ___ of memory, great heir of fame..."": Milton"
"""Dombey and ___"""
"""Dombey and ___"" (Dickens novel)"
"""Dombey and ___"" (Dickens)"
"""Dombey and ___."""
"""Favorite"" one"
"""Favorite"" person"
"""Favorite"" relative"
"""Favorite"" sibling"
"""Listen, ___..."""
"""My ___ John."""
"""My ___, the doctor"""
"""My boy"""
"""Native ___"""
"""Native ___"" (Richard Wright novel)"
"""Native ___"" (Richard Wright)"
"""Prodigal ___"" Rolling Stones"
"""Sanford and ___"""
"""Son of a ___!"""
"""That's a joke, ___!"""
"""That's my boy!"" recipient"
"""That's my boy"" recipient"
"""The Lord shall add to me another ___"" (Gen. 30:24)"
"""The ___ of Man"" (Magritte painting)"
"""___ of Frankenstein"""
"""___ of Many Beads"" (Navaho leader)"
"""___ of Rambow"""
"""___ of Saul"" (2016 Best Foreign Language front-runner)"
"""___ of a Preacher Man"""
"""___ of a gun!"""
"""___ of the Mask"" (supremely shitty movie sequel)"
"""___ of the Pink Panther"""
"""___ of the Pink Panther"" (1993)"
'-- of a Preacher Man' ('68 hit)
'Dombey and ___' (Dickens novel)
"'Listen, ___...'"
'Mother to ___' (Langston Hughes poem)
'My ___ John'
'___ of the Morning Star' (Evan S. Connell book)
...the major league color barrier
"43rd President, to the 41st President"
Abel to Adam
"Abel, to Adam"
"Abel, to Eve"
"Abner, to Pansy"
About one of every two deliveries
About one of every two deliveries?
"Abraham, to Terah"
"Absalom, for example."
"Absalom, for one."
"Absalom, to David"
Addition to my family on 5/31/12
"Alan Alda, to Robert Alda"
"Almost all males, to Foghorn Leghorn"
"Ampersand follower, often"
"Ampersand follower, perhaps"
"Ampersand follower, sometimes"
"Anderson Cooper, to Gloria Vanderbilt"
Any man but Adam
"Ares, to Zeus"
"Arle, to Woody"
Arlo to Woody
"Arlo, to Woody"
"Bamm Bamm, to Barney"
"Bart Simpson, to Homer"
"Bart, to Homer"
"Bart, to Homer Simpson"
"Bastard, perhaps"
"Beau or Jeff, to Lloyd"
Beau to Lloyd
"Beaver or Wally, e.g."
"Beaver, to Ward"
"Belshazzar, to Nebuchadnezzar"
"Belshazzar, to Nebuchadnezzar, in the Bible"
"Ben Stiller, to Anne Meara"
"Beneficiary of a fraternity's ""legacy system"""
Biblical Plague victim
"Biff, to Willy"
Bloodline extender
"Bobby, to Hank Hill"
Boy child
Boy of the house
"Boy, to Tarzan"
"Buffett: ""___ of a ___ of a Sailor"""
"Bush 43, to Bush 41"
"Business inheritor, often"
"Business inheritor, perhaps"
"Business inheritor, sometimes"
Business name word
"Business partner, at times"
"Business partner, often"
"Business partner, perhaps"
"Business partner, sometimes"
Business-firm name
"CCR's ""Fortunate ___"""
Cain was the first
"Cain, first of all"
"Cain, to Adam"
"Cain, to Eve"
Cantor fantasy
"Cat Stevens's ""Father and ___"""
"Chaney film, ""___ of Dracula"""
"Chaney film, ___ of Dracula"
"Charles, to Elizabeth"
"Charlie Sheen, to Martin"
"Charlie, to Martin"
Chip off the old block
"Chip off the old block, maybe"
"Chip off the old block, often"
"Chip off the old block, perhaps"
"Chip, to Jimmy"
"Colin Hanks, to Tom"
"Colin Hanks, to Tom Hanks"
Common heir
Country rockers ___ Volt
"Cult ""Wild Hearted ___"""
"Cupid, to Venus"
Dad's boy
Dad's lad
Dad's little man
"Dad, to Gramps"
"Dad, to Granddad"
"Dad, to Grandpa"
Daddy's boy
Daughter's counterpart
Daughter's opposite
Daughter's sib
Daughter's sibling
Delivery possibility
"Dickens novel, ""Dombey and ___"""
Dickens's 'Dombey and ___'
Didactic term of address
"Dionysus, to Zeus"
Dombey and ___
Dombey relative
Dombey's favorite.
Dombey's kin
Dombey's offspring
Dombey's partner
Dombey's partner?
"Dubya, to George"
"Dweezil, to Frank"
"Dweezil, to Frank Zappa"
"Eddie, to Lily Munster"
"Eero, to Eliel"
"Elliott, to Franklin D."
"Elroy, to George Jetson"
"Emilio Estevez, to Martin Sheen"
End of some company names
"Enrique Iglesias, to Julio"
"Esau, to Isaac"
"Evan, to Birch"
Every US president to date
Every guy is one
Familiar form of address.
Familiar from of address.
Family address
Family boy
"Family business partner, often"
Family man
Family member
Family member.
Family tree branch
Family's boy
Father's Day gift giver
"Father's Day gift giver, perhaps"
Father's boy
Father's pride.
"Favored boy, often"
Favorite ___
Favorite ___.
Favorite person?
Favorite relative in politics?
Fils at the other end of the Chunnel
First word of many sequel titles
"Follower of ""&"" in many business names"
"Ford's Edsel, e.g."
"Founder's successor, at times"
"Founder's successor, in some cases"
"Founder's successor, often"
"Founder's sucessor, often"
"Franklin, to Sara"
"Future heir, perhaps"
"Genesis ""No ___ of Mine"""
"Genesis' ""No ___ of Mine"""
"George Foreman to George Forman, e.g."
"George P., to Jeb"
"George W. Bush, to George Bush"
"George W. Bush, to George H.W. Bush"
George W. to George
"George W., to George"
"George W., to George H."
"George W., to George H. W."
"George W., to George H.W."
"George, to Barbara"
"George, to Prince William"
"George, to William"
"George, to William and Kate"
God or step follower
"Grand duke, to a czar"
Grand finale?
"Griffey, Jr., to Griffey, Sr."
"Griffin Dunne, to the late Dominick Dunne"
Gun relative?
Gun's issue?
Gun's offspring
Gun's offspring?
"Hal, to Henry IV"
Half of many a business partnership
"Ham, to Noah"
"Hamlet, to Gertrude"
"Happy, to Willy Loman"
"Harry or William, to Charles"
"Harry, to Charles"
He may be a junior
He's like father
"Hector, to Hecuba"
Heir often
Heir sometimes
"Heir, at times"
"Heir, but not an heiress"
"Heir, frequently"
"Heir, maybe, but not an heiress"
"Heir, most likely"
"Heir, often"
"Heir, perhaps"
"Heir, sometimes"
"Help wanted notice / Wally, to Ward"
"Henry V, to Henry IV"
Henry VIII quest
Henry VIII's desire
Henry VIII's hope
"Hercules, to Zeus"
His: Fr.
Holy Trinity member
Holy Trinity part
Homer has one
Hoped-for offspring in much medieval fantasy fiction
"Hoss, to Ben"
House of blues
"II or III, say"
"III to II, e.g."
"III to II, perhaps"
"III, to II"
"III, to Jr."
"IV to III, maybe"
IV to III?
"IV, to III"
"Icarus, to Daedalus"
"Inheritor, perhaps"
"Iron Maiden had a ""Seventh"" one"
"Isaac, to Abraham"
"Ishmael, to Abraham"
"It often follows ""favorite"""
Jack Nicklaus's has caddied for him
"Jack Osbourne, to Ozzy"
"Jacob, to Isaac"
"Jaden, to Jada"
"Jaden, to Will"
"Jakob Dylan, to Bob"
"Jakob, to Bob"
Japan's wealthiest man Masayoshi ___
Jay Farrar band ___ Volt
Jeb to George
Jeb to George Bush
"Jeb, to Barbara"
"Jeb, to George"
"Jeff, to Lloyd"
"Jesus Christ, with ""the"""
"Jesus, e.g."
"Jesus, vis-
"Jesus, with ""the"""
John Irving's 'A ___ of the Circus'
John Irving's A ___ of the Circus
"John Quincy Adams, to John Adams"
"John Quincy, to John"
John of nursery rhyme
"Johnny Rivers hit, ""Seventh ___"""
"Julian to John, e.g."
"Julian, to John"
Junior generally
Junior is one
Junior to Senior
"Junior, e.g."
"Junior, for one"
"Junior, for one."
"Junior, most of the time"
"Junior, often"
"Junior, to Griffey Sr."
"Junior, to Senior"
"Junior, to senior"
"Junior, usually"
Jupiter vis-
"Jupiter, to Saturn"
Kansas' was wayward
Ken Griffey Jr. to the Reds' hitting coach
"Kid, sometimes"
"Kiefer Sutherland to Donald Sutherland, e.g."
Kiefer to Donald Sutherland
"Kiefer, to Donald"
Kind of kid
King Lear's lack
King's prince
King's wish
Labor day arrival?
"Labor result, about half the time"
"Labor result, often"
"Laertes, to Polonius"
"Lamont Sanford, to Fred"
"Lamont, to Fred Sanford"
"Larry Hagman, to Mary Martin"
"Last word in ""If"""
Last word in many company names
"Last word of Kipling's ""If"""
"Last word of Kipling's ""If
Last word of Kipling's 'If'
"Leif, to Eric the Red"
"Levi, to Leah"
Like a ___ to me
"Like father, like ___"
"Lincoln's Tad, for one"
Little guy
"Lohengrin, to Parsifal"
"Lon Chaney Jr. film, ___ of Dracula"
Louis Tiffany to Charles Tiffany
"Luke, to Darth"
"Magritte's ""The ___ of Man"""
"Maiden: ""Seventh ___ of a Seventh ___"""
Male child
Male decendant
Male delivery
Male delivery?
Male descendant
Male heir
Male issue
Male kid
Male offspring
Mama's boy
Mama's boy?
Mamas boy
Mamma's boy
"Manasseh, to Joseph"
Many a beneficiary
Many a delivery
Many an heir
"Marc or Wayne, to Gary Player"
Mark Calcavecchia's is named Eric
"Mars, to Juno"
"Martin Amis, to Kingsley Amis"
Member of the firm.
"Mercury, to Jupiter"
"Methuselah, to Enoch"
"Michael Douglas, to Kirk"
"Michael, to Colin Powell"
"Michael, to Kirk"
"Michael, to Kirk Douglas"
"Mike, Robbie or Chip, in '60s TV"
"Moises, to Felipe Alou"
Mom and Dad's boy
Mom's X + Dad's Y
Mom's boy
Most common labor issue
Mother's offspring
"Name passer, perhaps"
"Nathan, to David"
Native ___
Native ___.
"Nemo, to Marlin"
Nepotic candidate
"Nero, to Agrippina"
Numbered Chan relative
Oedipus might be called a bad one
One component of the Holy Trinity
One learning about the birds and the bees?
One may be a favorite
One of a
One of the Trinity
One of three in a Fred MacMurray sitcom
One of two deliveries?
One was prodigal
One who might be given the business
"One who passes on a name, often"
One's boy
"Opie, for one"
"Orestes, to Agamemnon"
"Paris, to Priam"
Part four of query
Part of the Holy Trinity
Part of the Trinity
"Part of the Trinity, with ""the"""
"Patronizing term, maybe"
"Perseus, to Zeus"
"Phil, Bruce or Sandy McMath, to Syd"
"Pippin, to Charlemagne"
"Pluto, to Saturn"
Pop's boy
Possible heir
Potential heir
Primogeniture beneficiary
"Prince Charles, to Queen Elizabeth II"
"Prince George, to Prince William"
"Prince George, to William"
"Prince William, to Prince Charles"
"Prince, e.g."
"Prince, for one."
"Prince, to Cecil Fielder"
"Prince, to a king"
"Prince, vis-
Prodigal ___
Prodigal one
"Pugsley, to Gomez"
"Qass, to Vijay Singh"
RCA competitor
"Redfoo, to Berry Gordy"
Relation of Japan's Akihito to Hirohito
Result of labor half the time?
Reunion attendee
"Richie Petrie, to Rob"
"Rob Reiner, to Carl"
Roughly one of every two deliveries
Roughly one of every two deliveries?
Royal wish
Royal's wish
Sea cook's relative
Sea-cook's relative
"Sean, to John"
"Sean, to Yoko"
Second person in the Trinity
"Senator Mark, to Senator David"
Senior's junior
Sequel start
Sequel title start
Sequel title starter
"Sequel title starter, sometimes"
"Seth, to Adam"
Seventh ___.
"Simba, to Mufasa"
"Simba, to Sarabi"
Sissy's bro to dad
"Small business successor, maybe"
"Sohrab, to Rustum"
Solomon to David
"Solomon, to David"
"Solomon, to King David"
"Special delivery, at times?"
"Start of a father's teaching moment, perhaps"
Start of a sequel
"Stork's delivery, sometimes"
TV's Sanford and ___
"Telemachus, to Odysseus"
Term of address.
That's my boy
The Good ___ : Culkin film
"Theo, to Cliff"
"Tiger, to Earl"
"Tiny Tim, to Bob Cratchit"
"Tom, to the piper"
Trinity center
Trinity component
Trinity figure
Trinity member
Trinity part
Trinity third
"Tyrion to Tywin Lannister, in ""A Song of Ice and Fire"""
"W, to Barbara"
Wally or Beaver
"Wally, to Ward"
"What ""figlio"" means."
What Anne Boleyn failed to provide Henry VIII
Will party
"William, to Charles"
"William, to Di"
"William, to Diana"
"Word after ""and"" in some business names"
"Word after an ampersand, maybe"
Word ending many company names
Word in many business names
Word in some business names
Word with prodigal or favorite
"Wright's ""Native ___"""
Y beneficiary
You might give him the business
Young fellow
"Zak, to Ringo"
"Zeus, to Cronus"
"Ziggy, to Bob"
___ Volt
___ of God
___ of a gun
___ of a sea cook
___ of the soil
Heir perhaps
That's my boy really
Junior to Senior
Mama's boy?
Henry VIII’s desire
John Quincy Adams to John Adams
“That’s a joke __!” (Foghorn Leghorn line)
Member of the family often
Bart, to Homer
Emilio Estevez, to Martin Sheen
Father's boy
Junior, to senior
Dad's boy
Word on many birthday cards
Father's boy
Trinity member
Dad, to grandpa
Beaver for June, e.g
''__ of a gun!''
Abel, to Adam
Male child
Icarus, to Daedalus
Junior, to Senior
Heir, often
Trinity part
___ of a gun
Jupiter, to Saturn
Male offspring
Boy of resonance
Bart Simpson, to Marge
Ben, to Jerry
Male offspring
Certain 66 Across
Male heir
Family member
Child of resonance
Founder's successor, perhaps
Mark to Gordie
Male issue
Business partner, often
Male offspring
Mama's boy
Condescending address, maybe
Male progeny
Junior masonic centre
Junior, to senior
Mom's boy
Child of resonance
Male delivery
Abel, to Eve
Daughter's brother
Daughter's brother
Daughter's brother
Daughter's brother
Male offspring
Male offspring
Icarus, to Daedalus
Heir, at times
Heir, at times
III, to Jr.
Male offspring
Child of resonance
Scott Eastwood, to Clint
Scott Eastwood, to Clint
Child of resonance
Child of resonance
Father's boy
Child of resonance
Barron, to Donald Trump
Pugsley, to Morticia Addams
Male offspring
Male descendant
Boy in the family
Male descendant
Start of a sequel, sometimes
Junior, to senior
Bart, to Homer
Male offspring
Junior, to Senior
Child of resonance
Business partner, at times
Male heir
Male heir
Child of resonance
Daughter's brother
Daughter's brother
Male delivery
Male offspring
Child of resonance
Cain was the first ever
Junior, to Senior
Lad twice in prison for arson
Boy so motherless as a man!
Male delivery
Pluto, to Saturn
Male delivery
Transgression (3)
Offence of losing (3)
Milky gem (4)
Old friend gets a stone (4)
''__ of a gun!''
"___ of a gun!"
Heir, often
Male delivery
Boy of resonance
Male child
Mother's Day host, often
Abel, to Adam
This is an issue
Cain or Abel, to Adam
Many an executor
Father's pride
Bush 43, to Bush 41
"My boy..."
Male offspring
Male descendant
Royal wish, once
Male offspring
Grand duke vis-�-vis a czar
___ of a gun
Dad's boy
Many an heir
Male offspring
Labor result, at times
Male offspring
Abel, to Adam
Child of resonance
You might give him the business
Peyton, to Archie
Male offspring
Male offspring
Male offspring
Child of resonance
Child of resonance
"Sanford and ___"
Chip off the old block
Child of resonance
Prince, to a king
Male offspring
Father's boy
Male offspring
He's so northern!
Romeo, to Lady Montague
Bart, to Homer
Child of resonance
Dad's boy
Family member
Word after '&' in many a company name
Thus, on the way, we have an heir
Mama's boy
Male offspring
Male offspring
He contributes in a two-way study of the parson's nose
Daughter's brother
Male offspring
Owen, to Stephen King
Like father, like __
Henry VIII's desire
Male child
One who might follow into a family business
Heir, often
Family fellow
One of the Trinity
Abel, to Adam
Dryden's ''unfeather'd, two-legg'd'' one
Reunion attendee
Male offspring
Icarus, to Daedalus
Daughter's brother
Male delivery
Young friend, to a good ol' boy
Male offspring
Partner of the Father and Holy Ghost
III or IV, maybe
One in a family photo
Thor, to Odin
Male descendant
Icarus, to Daedalus
Abel, to Adam
Family guy
My boy, to me
Child of resonance
Tell's apple support
Male heir