- Exact retribution for
- Exact revenge
- Exact revenge on
- Exact same
- Exact satisfaction
- Exact satisfaction for
- Exacta alternative
- Exacta e.g.
- Exacta, for one
- Exacta or quinella
- Exacta player, e.g.
- Exacta relative
- Exactamundo!
- Exactas, e.g.
- Exactas or perfectas
- Exacted
- Exacting
- Exacting revenge
- Exaction
- Exactitude
- Exactly!
- Exactly 10 seconds, for the 100-yard dash
- Exactly 25 years, for Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
- Exactly 3 hours for a marathon, e.g.
- Exactly 72, maybe
- Exactly accurate
- Exactly, after "to
- Exactly alike
- Exactly as projected
- Exactly as rules dictate
- Exactly as stated
- Exactly correct
- Exactly divisible by two
- Exactly, in directions
- Exactly ... like a conservative's plan to lower taxes?
- Exactly like it should be
- Exactly like this
- Exactly right!
- Exactly right, in British lingo
- Exactly right words
- Exactly the same
- Exactly the same, in math
- Exactly, to a timekeeper
- Exactly what I thought
- Exactly what the agent patted?
- Exactly what's needed
- Exactly when needed
- Exactly where it should be
- Exactly (with ''to'')
- Exactness
- Exacts
- Exacts expiation
- Exacts revenge
- Exacts revenge on
- Exacts satisfaction
- Exacts satisfaction for
- Exaggerate
- Exaggerate, as a performance
- Exaggerate, as a stage role
- Exaggerate on stage
- Exaggerate onstage
- Exaggerate while playing
- Exaggerated
- Exaggerated a part
- Exaggerated account
- Exaggerated accounts
- Exaggerated advertising
- Exaggerated advertisings
- Exaggerated and theatrical
- Exaggerated claims
- Exaggerated comedy
- Exaggerated depiction
- Exaggerated drawing
- Exaggerated fanfare
- Exaggerated fears
- Exaggerated feature in Obama caricatures
- Exaggerated feature of many Obama caricatures
- Exaggerated feeling of wellbeing
- Exaggerated happiness
- Exaggerated "How awful!
- Exaggerated marching style
- Exaggerated melodrama
- Exaggerated on stage
- Exaggerated or made into stage play
- Exaggerated — over-emotional
- Exaggerated praise
- Exaggerated pride
- Exaggerated publicity
- Exaggerated sense of manliness
- Exaggerated sense of masculinity
- Exaggerated sense of power
- Exaggerated sketch
- Exaggerated stories
- Exaggerated story
- Exaggerated tale
- Exaggerated tales
- Exaggerated virility
- Exaggerated yarn
- Exaggeratedly masculine
- Exaggerates
- Exaggerates on stage
- Exaggerating greatly
- Exaggerating Henry nearly fainted from ...
- Exaggerating Henry stays calm when he ...
- Exaggeration
- Exaggeration for effect
- Exaggeration is among the ___
- Exaggerator
- ExaggeratorÂ's suffix
- Exaggerator's suffix
- Exalt
- Exalt (anag)
- Exalt and then some
- Exalt extremely
- Exalt to the heavens
- Exaltation
- Exalted
- Exalted goals
- Exalted group leader, facetiously
- Exalted groups
- Exalted happiness
- Exalted importance
- Exalted, in Islam
- Exalted Indian
- Exalted ones
- Exalted poet
- Exalting
- Exalts
- Exam
- Exam administered four times a yr.
- Exam administered qtly.
- Exam-administering org.
- Exam Ally McBeal would have had to take, were she real
- Exam answer
- Exam answer choice
- Exam answer sheets
- Exam answer, sometimes
- Exam answers in blue books
- Exam at Attica?
- Exam before the bar
- Exam-cheater's aid
- Exam compared to a prior one
- Exam compositions
- Exam conclusion
- ___ exam (course's last test)
- Exam-cramming material
- Exam ending?
- Exam for a budding atty.
- Exam for a doc-to-be