## Answer: QED

QED is a crossword puzzle answer that we have spotted 109 times.

### Referring Clues:

- Letters after a proof
- Math finale
- Proof finale
- End of a demonstration?
- Logician's abbr.
- Mathematician's "ta-da"
- Abbr. in a math textbook
- Proof ender
- Math abbr.
- Proof letters
- Theorem prover's sign-off
- Math journal letters
- Equivalent of "the end"
- Mathematician's sign-off
- Proof's end
- As shown, for short
- Logical conclusion
- Mathematical proof letters
- End of a proof
- Letters to a mathematician
- Letters seen by a proof reader?
- Proof closer
- Mathematician's "ta-da!"
- Proof-ending abbr.
- Letters at the end of a proof
- Abbr. at the end of a proof
- Proof abbr.
- Theorem ender
- Geometric proof conclusion (abbr.)
- Proof ending
- "Proved!" letters
- Concluding letters
- Mathematician's "voilĂ !"
- Geometry proof ender
- "Proven!"
- Theorem letters
- Logician's sign-off
- Proof-ending trigram
- Mathematician's abbr.
- Concluding letters for a proof reader
- Math class abbr.
- Final letters encountered when proof reading?
- Gertrude Stein's first novel, published posthumously as "Things As They Are"
- Math prof's proof ender
- Abbr. that a proof reader might come across?
- Peter Parnell play about physicist Richard Feynman
- Proof initials
- Proof finale letters
- Argument-ending letters
- Logician's letters
- End of many an argument
- Math text abbr.
- Math-proof letters
- Math notation
- Abbr. after a proof
- ''Proved!'' letters
- Proof-ending letters
- Mathematician's letters
- Mathematician's initials
- Logical letters
- Logical abbr.
- Letters from a mathematician
- Conclusion letters
- "And that proves it"
- Letters seen during proofreading?
- Argument ender
- Math proof letters
- Where E is "erat"
- Last letters of a math proof
- "And there you have it!" to a mathematician
- Abbreviation in a proof
- Mathematician's "See, like I said"
- Which was to be demonstrated
- Letters concluding a proof
- Letters at the end of a math dissertation, perhaps
- End-of-proof letters
- Math proof ending
- Post-proof abbr.
- Proof ending (Abbr.)
- Proof conclusion
- Proof follow-up
- Abbr after a proof.
- End-of-proof abbr.
- Math proof abbr.
- Logical ending
- Ending letters
- Triumphant end?
- Proof finish
- Mathematician's interjection
- Which was to be demonstrated (legalese)
- Abbr. ending a math proof
- "That which was to be demonstrated," in proofs
- Latin abbr. used in math
- Math proof-ending letters
- End of an argument
- Abbr. after a series of equations, maybe
- Logician's proof ending
- Last thing seen by a proof reader?
- Latin abbr. used in math proofs
- Math prof's "There you have it"
- Relative of "VoilĂ !"
- Mathematician's "Done!"
- Lawyer's acronym
- Letters of proof
- Logician's "There you have it"
- Logician's conclusion
- Abbr. in math class
- The end of mathematics?
- Mathematician's 116-Down

### Last Seen In:

- New York Times - December 23, 2018
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - October 18, 2018
- New York Times - September 13, 2018
- New York Times - July 09, 2018
- LA Times - March 18, 2018
- New York Times - February 09, 2018
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - December 28, 2017
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - December 06, 2017
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - October 14, 2017
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - September 30, 2017
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - June 27, 2017
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - June 02, 2017
- LA Times - March 19, 2017
- Netword - December 02, 2016
- New York Times - September 13, 2016
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - September 12, 2016
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - July 12, 2016
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - May 06, 2016
- Universal - May 03, 2016
- LA Times - April 30, 2016

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