520 clues
Big tree
Tree type
Hard wood
Yard tree
Lawn tree
Tall tree
Dutch ___
Ship wood
A hardwood
Shade tree
Heavy wood
It's shady
Large tree
Shady tree
Shade maker
Timber tree
Shady giant
Dutch" tree
Rose cousin
Street tree
Wahoo, e.g.
Film street
Bark beetle
Glade shade
Lumber tree
Street name
Avenue tree
Shade giver
Common tree
Sturdy tree
Kind of tree
Longbow wood
Cabinet wood
Durable wood
Type of tree
Type of wood
Certain tree
Shade source
House shader
Shade caster
Kind of bark
Movie street
O'Neill tree
Popular tree
Shady street
Slippery one
Tough timber
Elegant tree
Stately tree
Street shader
Hardwood tree
Graceful tree
Avenue shader
Beetle victim
Beetle target
Blighted tree
Common street
Banyan cousin
Keel material
Suburban tree
Timber source
Majestic tree
Towering tree
Samara source
Blight victim
Orioles' home
Samara bearer
Shady figure?
Shade producer
Shade provider
Deciduous tree
Furniture wood
Kind of beetle
Big shade tree
Desirable tree
Horror "Street
Shade thrower?
Stately street
Street adorner
Street of film
Ulmaceous tree
Versatile wood
White ___ tree
New Haven tree
Shade spreader
Wahoo, for one
Samara dropper
Tree of a kind
Stately shader
Dartboard wood
Colonnade tree
Spreading tree
Hardwood choice
Ornamental tree
Source of shade
It can be shady
Hardwood source
Tall shade tree
Colonnade liner
Dart board wood
New Haven haven
Samara producer
Street shadower
Threatened tree
Tree of desire?
A samara source
Hackberry's kin
Ulmaceous plant
Endangered tree
'Slippery' tree
Barrel material
Branch location
Hackberry, e.g.
Freddy's street
Bay State symbol
Vase-shaped tree
Slippery" shader
Bark beetle tree
Hackberry cousin
Hackberry family
Mass. state tree
Rock or slippery
Umbrageous plant
Woodworking wood
Krueger's street
Popular hardwood
Large shade tree
Sapsucker's home
Yale campus tree
Street of horror
Hockey-stick wood
Common shade tree
Disappearing tree
Smooth-leaved ___
Street of horrors
Wood used in bows
Gypsy moth target
Nightmare street?
Ubiquitous street
One of the wahoos
Popular tree type
Sturdy shade tree
Scary film street
Tree with samaras
Shipbuilding wood
Bark beetle victim
Barrel-hoop source
Colonnade hardwood
Creepy film street
Dutch ____ disease
Hackberry's family
Natural sunscreen?
Scary movie street
Sunblock of a sort
Tall, stately tree
Boston Common tree
Cabinetry material
Certain shade tree
Hackberry relative
Hackberry, for one
Popular shade tree
Horror-film street
Boulevard planting
Dartboard material
Guernsey or Jersey
Hackberry's cousin
Boat-building wood
Disease-prone tree
It may be slippery
Common street name
Symbol of New Haven
__ City (New Haven)
Stately" shade tree
Boat builder's wood
Cabinetmaker's wood
Endanged shade tree
Graceful shade tree
It's slim and shady
Light lumber source
Majestic shade tree
Native British tree
Nightmarish street?
One may be blighted
One may be slippery
One throwing shade?
Popular street tree
Street of Hollywood
Tall grove specimen
Tall, graceful tree
Tree or street name
Wood for dartboards
Disease-struck tree
Street of film fame
Gypsy moth's target
Shady street's name
Horror movie street
Slasher film street
Natural sun screen?
Popular street name
Bark beetle's target
Bark beetle's victim
Stately shade source
____ Creek, Manitoba
Backyard shade giver
Blight-stricken tree
Classic street liner
Common American tree
Common avenue shader
Favorite oriole home
Fearful movie street
Golf course planting
Hackberry's relative
Natural shade source
Popular shade source
Samara-dropping tree
Samara-yielding tree
Sapsucker's favorite
Scary street in film
Shade-providing tree
Source of some shade
Stately street liner
Symbol of two states
This may be slippery
Slippery" shade tree
Arboreal street name
Bark for some canoes
It might be slippery
It might have blight
One kind is slippery
Creepy cinema street
Split-resistant wood
Bark beetle's habitat
Choice for bow-making
Certain samara source
Classic vineyard tree
Common shade provider
Dutch disease victim?
Freddie's gory street
Large forest specimen
Nest locale, at times
Popular bonsai choice
Ornamental shade tree
Relative of a dogwood
Spreading-canopy tree
Street in some movies
Street of nightmares?
Threatened shade tree
White or slippery ___
Disease-stricken tree
Endangered shade tree
Scary street of films
Street of bad dreams?
Street often near Oak
Common colonnade tree
Common street or tree
Tree on a golf course
Durable furniture wood
___ bark beetle (pest)
Bite for a bark beetle
Craven's creepy street
Dutch ___, hybrid tree
O'Neill tree of desire
Oval-leafed shade tree
Scary cinematic street
Scary street of cinema
Street of awful dreams
Street often near Pine
The Liberty Tree, e.g.
This might be slippery
Tree-lined street tree
Winged or slippery ___
Anytown, U.S.A. street
Canoe maker's material
Horrible movie street?
Picnic shader, perhaps
Tree for a bark beetle
Oriole's home, perhaps
Scary Hollywood street
Wes Craven street name
Street of horror films
Barrel hoop composition
Creepy street in cinema
Creepy street of horror
Member of a shady group
Ravaged forest specimen
Sometimes-blighted tree
Spoon River monogram
Street providing shade?
Symbol of Massachusetts
Threatened tree species
Wood for a barrel maker
Cabinetmaker's material
North Dakota state tree
Colonnade tree, perhaps
Street in a horror film
Street often near Maple
Tree with winged fruits
Freddy Krueger's street
'Nightmare on -- Street'
Early dartboard material
Famed horror-film street
Freddy's street in film
Fungus-ravaged tree type
Horrible Freddy's street
Siberian or slippery ___
Stately street adornment
Street near Maple, often
The ___ City (New Haven)
Tree with serrate leaves
Tree with toothed leaves
New Haven shade provider
Shady Massachusetts tree
Tree in an O'Neill title
The Liberty Tree was one
A red one may be slippery
Bearer of serrated leaves
Cedar ___ (lumber source)
Common street-lining tree
Freddy's street of horror
New Haven, a k a ___ City
One may stand near a curb
Sinister cinematic street
Street of very bad dreams
Street where Freddy preys
Suburban street adornment
Titular Wes Craven street
Tree with a Dutch disease
The Liberty Tree, for one
North Dakota's state tree
Terrorized street of film
Massachusetts' state tree
Tree in many street names
Amsterdam street adornment
Common street or tree name
Massachusetts's state tree
Nightmare street of movies
Source of timber and shade
Street of horror film fame
Tree with hard, tough wood
West ___ (furniture chain)
West ___ (furniture store)
Nightmare" street of films
20th-century blight victim
Cinematic nightmare street
Eponymous tree, streetwise
Krueger's street of dreams
Common tree or street name
State tree of North Dakota
Nightmarish street of film
Tree with "helicopter seeds
State tree of Massachusetts
___ yellows (plant disease)
Common Canadian street name
Common suburban street name
Craven's nightmarish street
Earth Day planting, perhaps
Good wood for cabinetmaking
Main street in Peyton Place
Neighborhood shade provider
Scary Hollywood film street
Shade provider in New Haven
Street in "Freddy vs. Jason
Suburban street-lining tree
Tree on Pennsylvania Avenue
Tree that might be slippery
Wood for a cooper, at times
Wood resistant to splitting
Word after American or rock
Word with Dutch or American
Nightmarish street, in film
Street of cinematic horrors
Boston's Liberty Tree, e.g.
Slippery ___ (type of tree)
''Nightmare'' street of film
Certain bark beetle's target
Certain leaf beetle's target
It may be a victim of blight
Material for some bed frames
Nightmarish cinematic street
Nightmarish street of horror
Shade tree subject to blight
Tree along a suburban street
Word after Dutch or slippery
Word with red, white or rock
Tree popular in street names
Wood in Lucius Malfoy's wand
Horror film franchise street
Tree with tough, useful wood
Spoon River" poet's monogram
''A Nightmare on ___ Street''
Nightmare" street of moviedom
Common street name, or a tree
Host for a destructive beetle
Name for a tree-lined street.
Nightmarish street of filmdom
Boston's Liberty Tree was one
Common New England street name
Makeup of Lucius Malfoy's wand
Street of Hollywood nightmares
Tree blighted by a bark beetle
Wood often used for bow-making
Street "created" by Wes Craven
Street in a horror film series
Boston’s Liberty Tree, for one
Dutch ___ disease (tree blight)
Dutch ___ disease (tree fungus)
Mixed-up Torme's favorite tree?
North Dakota's state tree, e.g.
One might grow to over 100 feet
Street often near Maple and Oak
Tree on a shady street, perhaps
Victim of a bark beetle barrage
Dutch ___ disease (tree ailment)
Hollywood's street of nightmares
Street haunted by Freddy Krueger
Street stalked by Freddy Krueger
Tree in front of the White House
Tree in some Constable paintings
West ___ (fancy furniture store)
Tree that's a common street name
Dutch ___ disease (tree problem)
Nightmare" street in horror films
Dutch ___ disease (forest malady)
Horror film franchise street name
Street of a horror film franchise
Tree afflicted by phloem necrosis
Good name for a tree-lined street
Not the best street for sleeping?
Wood with a twisted, spiral grain
___ City (sobriquet for New Haven)
Great ___ (old Boston Common tree)
Not the best street from sleeping?
Old Boston's Liberty Tree, for one
Slippery ___ (North American tree)
Street in a noted Wes Craven movie
Street in a series of horror films
Tree that can form natural tunnels
West ___ (upscale furniture store)
Wood that's resistant to splitting
Wych --- (tree with coarse leaves)
One of Massachusetts' state symbols
Slippery ___ (herbal remedy source)
What some studio easels are made of
Wood used in making some dartboards
Street terrorized by Freddy Krueger
Name of more than 5,000 U.S. streets
West __: high-end furniture retailer
American __, North Dakota state tree
Film street haunted by Freddy Krueger
Street in Johnny Depp's first feature
Tree common along New England avenues
Tree for which New Haven is nicknamed
Street where Freddy Krueger hangs out
West ___ (Williams-Sonoma subsidiary)
Street featured in many horror movies
Horror film "A Nightmare on ___ Street
... as old as yonder ___": James Joyce
Freddy Krueger's street, in the movies
Good name for many a tree-lined street
Tree in which a bark beetle might nest
Street name in a horror film franchise
American ___ (Massachusetts state tree)
Dutch ___ disease (fungal tree problem)
Slippery ___ (source of medicinal bark)
Wand material in the Harry Potter books
American ___ (North Dakota's state tree)
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (horror movie)
Freddy Krueger's street, in horror movies
American ___ (state tree of North Dakota)
Dutch ___ disease (problem for some trees)
Stereotypical small town tree-lined street
Symbol of liberty in the French Revolution
Tree that could be "slippery" or "American
Tree with "American" and "Dutch" varieties
American ___ (state tree of Massachusetts)
Hangman's ___ (oldest tree in Central Park)
Treaty ___ (longtime Philadelphia landmark)
Street terrorized by Freddy Krueger in films
Original London Bridge construction material
A Nightmare on ___ Street 2: Freddy's Revenge
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (1984 horror film)
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (horror franchise)
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (Wes Craven movie)
I feel as old as yonder ___": "Finnegans Wake
Tree at Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables
___ Street, main thoroughfare in "Peyton Place
Freddy Krueger's street, in a horror franchise
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (horror film series)
London's earliest water pipes were made with it
Tree with serrated leaves that taper to a point
___ Street (locale in a "Nightmare" film series)
12th-century London Bridge construction material
Species of tree that once dominated Harvard Yard
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (classic horror flick)
Tree with seeds that whirl like helicopter blades
Shade tree that is frequently used in street names
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (horror movie franchise)
Freddy Krueger's street, in a horror movie franchise
Tree with "American," "Dutch," and "slippery" varieties
A Nightmare on ___ Street" (Freddy Krueger horror franchise)
Type of tree that appears in at least six horror movie titles
Tree that's almost the name of a ticklish "Sesame Street" Muppet
Sylvia Plath poem featuring the line “I know it with my great tap root”
American ___ (shade tree that's the state tree of North Dakota and Massachusetts)
Man's the ___, and Wealth the vine, / Stanch and strong the tendrils twine": Emerson
Oh man this is like the worst type of tree ever. The bark is terrible and it's too tall
Sylvia Plath poem that begins "I know the bottom, she says. I know it with my great tap root
Tree planted in New Haven, Connecticut, as part of the first public tree planting program in America
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