Instant Online Crossword Puzzle Maker
Instructions:
Separate each word and its clue with a slash "/" character. Press the Enter key once after each clue, except for the last clue. Clues can be up to 255 character long. Note: If you get an error, press your browser's Back button and make sure there are no blank lines, including after the last clue.
Example:
Delaware / The first state.
Rhode Island / The only state with two unique words in its name.
Hawaii / A true island state.
Enter your words and clues here.

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This copyright notice applies to our Online Crossword Puzzle Maker.
As for the puzzles you create with our Online Crossword Puzzle Maker, you are free to use them in any way you wish, even commercially. Please give credit (e.g., "Puzzle made at puzzle-maker.com"
).

Privacy policy: We don't know who you are, so we can't reveal any information about you to anyone else. As a condition of using this online puzzle maker, your words and clues will help build a database of words and clues that will help other teachers and puzzle makers in the future. We might also be retaining, editing and reusing certain puzzles that are particularly well done.