We have listed below Start of a counting-out rhyme crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on March 14 2023 in the NYT crossword puzzle.
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Crossword Answer for Start of a counting-out rhyme
Start of a counting-out rhyme NYT crossword clue answer with 4 letters is:
Why this answer? Meaning: Eeny is an English counting-out rhyme and is used to choose someone to go first, do a task, or play a game. It is used by counting out the syllables, usually pointing to each person in a group as they are said. The phrase has no specific meaning, but it is a fun way to choose someone.
Other solutions or synonyms
Are you looking for a different answer? If you are playing another crossword puzzle game (not NYT), other (less) possible solutions to Start of a counting-out rhyme crossword or EENY synonyms are: MEENY (14%), MINY (21%), MO (25%), MOO (11%), MOW (24%)
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