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7 New Orleans Cocktails: SAZERACS

The classic New Orleans cocktail known as a Sazerac is a mix of rye, absinthe, bitters, and sugar. The use of rye is a bit out of place, given that the cocktail takes its name from Forge et Fils' brand Cognac Sazerac, which was originally the base alcohol.

19 Ossobucco side dish: RISOTTO

Risotto is an Italian rice dish usually served as a first course in Italy, but as a main course here in North America.

Osso buco is a traditional Italian dish that usually consists of boiled veal legs with vegetables and herbs. The name "osso buco" means "bone with a hole" in Italian, referring to the marrow-filled bone in the center of the beef shank. The marrow is considered a delicacy and is often scooped up and served with a side dish.

21 letters "Be careful with this space": TBA

Something not yet on the schedule ("requested" or "scheduled") must be notified/announced (TBA).

22 Social Reformer Dorothea : DIRECTOR

Dorothea Dix was a social activist who lobbied for the mentally ill, especially the homeless. Dix was the driving force behind the construction of the first mental hospitals in the United States.

23 Academy at the Culinary Institute of New York: WEST POINT

West Point is a military reservation in the state of New York, located north of New York City. West Point was first occupied by the Continental Army as early as 1778, making it the largest continuously occupied military post in the country. Cadet training has taken place in the Guard since 1794, although Congressional funding for the United States Military Academy (USMA) did not begin until 1802. The first female cadets were admitted to West Point in 1976, and from As of 2018, approximately 15% of all new cadets were women.

The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Hyde Park, New York was founded in 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut as the New Haven Institute of Restaurants. It was founded as a training school for veterans returning from World War II.

26 Ruler of the Winter Palace: Tsar

The Winter Palace is a magnificent building in Saint Petersburg, Russia, which was the home of the Russian tsars (and tsarinas). Today, the Winter Palace houses the famous Hermitage. I was lucky enough to visit the Palace and Museum a few years ago and I must say that I have rarely been more impressed by a historic building.

29 Children: HE

Even when I was a boy living in England in the 1960s, we made an effigy of Guy Fawkes to parade through the streets in preparation for Guy Fawkes Day on November 5th. Guy Fawkes was the man who led the Gunpowder Plot on November 5, 1605 to blow up the British King and Parliament. We kids used the mannequin to collect money from strangers, approaching them with the phrase "fuck the guy." The money raised was used to purchase the fireworks that we started on Bonfire Night, named after the night of Guy Fawkes Day. The image known as "guy" comes from the British use of "guy" to describe a poorly dressed man. In the mid-19th century, the term "guy" was adopted into American English to simply mean "fellow".

32 24 hour extension? : LEAP-YEAR

I wasn't sure where the term "leap year" came from and when I looked it up it turned out to be pretty obvious. Let's take Sunday March 25, 2007 as a reference. A year earlier, in 2006, March 25 fell a week earlier, on a Saturday. This follows the rule that each specific date is moved forward one day per week, from year to year. However, the following year (2008) has an extra day, February 29. So March 25, 2008 falls on a Tuesday, "jumping" forward two days of the week, not one, because 2008 is a "leap" year. I think I'm more confused now than when I started this paragraph...

37 happy characters: SMILE

An emoticon is a glyph created with text characters to represent facial features and is usually oriented to the side. The emoticon is meant to indicate an emotion or attitude. A classic example is a smiley face 🙂 "Emoticon" is short for "emotion icon".

42 __ Club: SAM´S

Sam's Club is a warehouse club owned and operated by Walmart. It is named after the company's founder, Sam Walton. Walton opened the first Sam's Club in 1983 in Midwest City, Oklahoma.

45 __ school: ELECTION

Pursuant to Article II, Section 1, Clause 3 of the US Constitution, each Elector of the Electoral College casts two votes for US President and none for Vice President. The candidate with the most votes became president, and the candidate with the second-highest number of votes became vice president. Since the ratification of the Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1804, each elector has cast one vote for president and one vote for vice president.

48 Unrelated statistic for EV: MPG

electric vehicle (EV)

51 Bird in the Bushes: Emu

Although emu meat is classified as red meat due to its color, it has a fat content comparable to that of other birds.

52 End with a bang? : MICROPHONE DROP

A mic drop is when an artist has done a particularly good job and decides to celebrate by throwing or dropping the mic on the floor. It doesn't seem to happen on the shows I watch often...

60s Sports Comedy Sequel LeBron James: SPACE JAM

2021's "Space Jam: A New Legacy" starring LeBron James is the sequel to the 1996 film "Space Jam" starring Michael Jordan. In the original there is a scene where Jordan hits the ball so hard that he breaks the backboard. James then does the same thing, only the ball bounces off him and he dunks it again, this time breaking the rim. One for LeBron James. 🙂

61 City of Livorno: ITALY

Livorno is a port city on the west coast of Italy. The town is often called 'Leghorn' in English and gave its name to the Leghorn breed of chickens, and by extension, to the cartoon character known as the Foghorn Leghorn.


2 Representative of Bush in Missouri: CORI

Cory Bush became a member of the US House of Representatives in 2021. A Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri, Bush joined the ranks of progressive lawmakers known as "The Squad."

3 Deer : ROES

Deer are found mainly in Europe. They would be the deer seen on TV and in the movies when Robin Hood was hunting in Sherwood Forest.

7 Singapore Airlines, abbreviated SIA

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is known for its emphasis on customer service and promoting the quality of its flight crew. This brand seems to be very effective, as SIA often tops the best airline lists.

9 As someone glued to the screen for hours, joking: ZOMBIFIED

Zombies are corpses that have been brought back to life in some mystical way. Our modern use of the term is derived in large part from the undead creatures featured in the 1968 horror film Night of the Living Dead. Now, that film I have not seen and probably never will...

10 Water "Natural water" : EVIAN

Évian-les-Bains (or simply 'Évian') is located in eastern France, on the shores of Lake Geneva, across Lake Lausanne, Switzerland. As you can imagine, Évian is home to Évian Mineral Water, the most successful company in the city. Personally, I can't stand the distinctive taste of Evian water...

12 Condition "Distracted": Skr. : ADHD

Driven to Distraction is a 1994 book on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) co-authored by psychiatrists Edward Hallowel and Dr. Juan Ratey.

13 Name of the four big banks: CITI

Internationally, the four big (central) banks are:

  • Federal Reserve (USA)
  • european central bank
  • bank of japan
  • bank of england

In US terms, the Big Four banks are:

  • JPMorgan Chase
  • bank of america
  • Citigroup
  • Wellsa Fargo

14 The river below? : Stygian

The River Styx in Greek mythology was the river that formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld (or "Hades"). The souls of the dead were to cross the River Styx on a ferry piloted by Charon. Traditionally, a coin was placed in the mouth of the deceased "to pay the boatman."

24__ example: BY

In Spanish, "por ejemplo" means "for example."

26 The neighbor of the table : TEMP

Tempe is a city in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The city takes its name from the Tempe Valley in Greece.

The city of Mesa, Arizona is actually a suburb of Phoenix. The original non-Native American settlement was founded by Daniel Webster Jones, who led a group of Mormons from St. George, Utah. The settlement was first called Jonesville, then Fort Utah, and finally Lehi. A second group of Mormons arrived and established a settlement on top of a nearby mesa. It was the use of the table that eventually gave the city its current name.

32 Piece is the home of the Golden Band of Tigerland: LSU

The University of Louisiana Marching Band is known as the Tigerland Gold Band. Founded in 1893 as a military band by students Wylie M. Barrow and Ruffin G. Pleasant. It was a pleasure to become the 36th Governor of Louisiana.

35 Reggaeton megahit whose title means "slow down": DEPACITO

"Despacito" is a 2017 song released by Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi featuring Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee. The song's accompanying music video was the most viewed video of all time on YouTube from 2017 to 2020.

Reggaeton is a musical genre that has its roots in Latin and Caribbean music. Originally from Panama, today it is closely associated with Puerto Rico.

36 nawig. ranga: ΕΝΣ

A warrant officer is (usually) the junior rank of officer in the armed forces. The name comes from the tradition that a junior officer should carry the flag.

BBC 40 clock setting: GMT

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is the time on the prime meridian, the meridian that crosses London Greenwich.

The large British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is primarily funded by the UK government through a television 'license' (British spelling, rather than 'permit'!) which is collected annually from all broadcast-watching households. of TV.

43 Legends, including: ACURAS

The Acura Legend was a midsize luxury car introduced by Honda to the North American market for the 1986 model year. It was the first model produced by Honda with a V6 engine.

47 Chamillionaire song beginning "They See Me Rolling": RIDIN'

"Chamillionaire" is the stage name of rapper Hakeem Temidayo Serika. Outside of his rap career, Chamillionaire is a successful businessman and investor.

49 Member of the rap trio with Spinderella: PEPA

Salt-N-Pepa is a female hip hop trio from New York consisting of "Salt" (Cheryl James), "Pepa" (Sandra Denton) and "DJ Spinderella" (Deidra Roper). The group's 1991 song "Let's Talk Sex" caused quite a stir as the lyrics dealt with the subject of sex, and in particular safe sex. A later edition dealt with the dangers of AIDS.

54 Indisputable observations? : HEAR

In French, "oui" (yes) or "non" (no) can be the answer to "a questionnaire".

55 fundraising organizations. : PTA

Parent Teacher Association (PAT)

58 Sending letters: SMS

Short Message Service (SMS) is the name of the text messaging service that many of us still use on our mobile phones to keep in touch with our friends and family.

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1 Editor; : WRITING
7 New Orleans Cocktails: SAZERACS
15 Breams, probably: BAKED
16 "That was great!" : I LOVE IT!
17 The Compliment Hunter Question: DON'T I?
18__ dollars: ALMIGHTY
19 Ossobucco side dish: RISOTTO
21 letters "Be careful with this space": TBA
22 Social Reformer Dorothea : DIRECTOR
23 Academy at the Culinary Institute of New York: WEST POINT
26 Ruler of the Winter Palace: Tsar
28 Verb part: ROOF
29 Children: HE
32 24 hour extension? : LEAP-YEAR
37 happy characters: SMILE
38 The easy path to a six-pack: BEER RUN
39 Like someone glued to a screen for hours, maybe: SLOW
40 Blessings in due time: BENEFITS FROM GOD
41 Neighbor F1: ESC
42 __ Club: SAM´S
44 Help, often: PASS
45 __ school: ELECTION
48 Unrelated statistic for EV: MPG
51 Bird in the Bushes: Emu
52 End with a bang? : MICROPHONE DROP
56 Oxygen Importers : FANS
59 Extinction: METRA
60s Sports Comedy Sequel LeBron James: SPACE JAM
61 City of Livorno: ITALY
63 Surprisingly: NOTHING LESS


1 vertical: cicatriz
2 Representative of Bush in Missouri: CORI
3 Deer : ROES
4 A note from someone with the perfect location in mind: I KNOW THE PLACE
5 "Actually, It'd Be Cooler If...": EVEN BETTER...
6 Does he mention words? : PUBLICATIONS
7 Singapore Airlines, abbreviated SIA
8 Extraordinary: EVERYTHING
9 As someone glued to the screen for hours, joking: ZOMBIFIED
10 Water "Natural water" : EVIAN
11 Short rule? : RECORD
12 Condition "Distracted": Skr. : ADHD
13 Name of the four big banks: CITI
14 The river below? : Stygian
20 "Others", in Spanish: OTRAS
24__ example: BY
25 Originality: ROYAL DEAL
26 The neighbor of the table : TEMP
27 Sails where the wind blows: SAIL
30 Bring Home: WIN
31 massifs: STUDIES
32 Piece is the home of the Golden Band of Tigerland: LSU
33 Texter "I need to hear drama!" : EMOJI EYES
35 Reggaeton megahit whose title means "slow down": DEPACITO
36 nawig. ranga: ΕΝΣ
38 Bust: Barefoot
BBC 40 clock setting: GMT
43 Legends, including: ACURAS
46 "What if this happens?" : LEAVE THEM
47 Chamillionaire song beginning "They See Me Rolling": RIDIN'
48 Presentation of specified gender, abbreviated MASC
49 Member of the rap trio with Spinderella: PEPA
50 Family Nickname: GREAT
53 Fun Thing: ROLE
54 Indisputable observations? : HEAR
55 fundraising organizations. : PTA
57 Entertainment: ACT
58 Sending letters: SMS

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What is the crossword clue for same here? ›

"Amen!" "Ditto!" "I agree!" "I concur!"

Who is the singer known as the goddess of pop? ›

Cher (/ʃɛər/; born Cherilyn Sarkisian; May 20, 1946) is an American singer, actress and television personality. Often referred to by the media as the "Goddess of Pop", she has been described as embodying female autonomy in a male-dominated industry.

What is the crossword clue for noted 1969 event? ›

Noted 1969 event (9)

(Other definitions for woodstock that I've seen before include "Famous US rock festival" , "Log pile" , "near Oxford" , "Snoopy's confidant" , "1969 US rock festival" .) I've seen this clue in the King Feature Syndicate.

What is the resistance unit represented by an Omega? ›

The ohm (symbol: Ω) is the unit of electrical resistance in the International System of Units (SI). It is named after German physicist Georg Simon Ohm.

What are cryptic clues and quick clues in crossword? ›

Quick crosswords and Cryptic crosswords are the two most common types. You don't need any special knowledge or skills to attempt a quick crossword. The answer to each clue is another word or phrase that means the same as the clue. You do need special knowledge to attempt a cryptic crossword.

What do you call a person who loves crossword puzzles? ›


Which singer is called as the God of music? ›

As the god of mousike, Apollo presides over all music, songs, dance and poetry.

What singer played God? ›

She appeared on stage with the Orpheus Musical Theatre Society in 1985 and 1988. In 1999, Morissette delved into acting again, for the first time since 1993, appearing as God in the Kevin Smith comedy Dogma and contributing the song "Still" to its soundtrack.

Who is called God of singing? ›

Saraswati (Sanskrit: सरस्वती, IAST: Sarasvatī) is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, art, speech, wisdom, and learning.

What is the crossword clue a 60 to 69 year old? ›

Clearly a sexagenarian is someone in their 60s (60 to 69 years old), or someone who is 60 years old.

What is the four letter word for famed Indian festival filled with color? ›

Holi, also known as the Hindu "Festival of Spring", "Festival of Colors", and "Festival of Love".

Which classical god of light has 6 letters crossword clue? ›

6 Letters: APOLLO.

What is a caravan rest stops crossword clue? ›

1 Caravan rest stops : OASES.

What unit is the symbol Ω? ›

ohm, abbreviation Ω, unit of electrical resistance in the metre-kilogram-second system, named in honour of the 19th-century German physicist Georg Simon Ohm.

What is the answer for edible root? ›

Crossword answers for EDIBLE ROOT
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What is a Everyman crossword? ›

The Everyman crossword in The Observer is one of the most widely-attempted Sunday crosswords. This satisfying new collection, published as the crossword celebrates its 80th anniversary, gathers together 100 of the best puzzles in the series.

What is a playfair cipher crosswords? ›

Playfair is an encoding device used to add solving complexity to advanced cryptic crosswords. Before encoding, the letters of the alphabet are written in the word square, starting with the codeword, combining I and J into a single unit. This arrangement accommodates 26 letters of the alphabet in a 25-character square.

What is a hidden word puzzle? ›

A word search, word find, word seek, word sleuth or mystery word puzzle is a word game that consists of the letters of words placed in a grid, which usually has a rectangular or square shape. The objective of this puzzle is to find and mark all the words hidden inside the box.

Which personality type likes puzzles? ›

According to the Myers-Briggs resource,, working on a puzzle is the perfect activity for ISFJ and INFJ personality types. In case you don't speak Myers-Briggs, ISFJ stands for introversion, sensing, feeling, and judgment. INFJ stands for introversion, intuition, feeling, and judgment.

What do you call someone obsessed with puzzles? ›

A "dissectologist" is a term used to describe jigsaw puzzle solvers who consider themselves puzzle enthusiasts, and for some, professional puzzlers.

What does it mean if you're good at jigsaw puzzles? ›

Regularly solving puzzles means you're working those brain circuits properly and exercising them well. That means you're far more likely than most people to enjoy healthy brain function long into the autumn of your life, which is pretty cool.

What music means to god? ›

The church's ministry of song is for the glory of God.

96:1). Music is made first of all to the Lord and only secondarily to each other. Music should communicate and express a sense of awe and wonder in the presence of God; it should lead our thoughts toward God rather than toward ourselves.

Who is the god of love? ›

Eros is the Greek god of love in Greek mythology, he is also known as Cupid in Roman mythology and is depicted as a primordial deity who emerges self-born at the beginning of time and is said to be the fourth god to come into existence.

What god has a bow? ›

Eros and cupid. In classical mythology, the best-known archers are Eros and Cupid, the Greek and Roman gods of love, respectively. They wield a bow with arrows that cause uncontrollable desire in whomever they hit.

Who plays God in Hollywood? ›

From rock stars Alanis Morissette and Rob Zombie to comedic legend Rodney Dangerfield and Oscar-winner Whoopi Goldberg, along with two actors (George Burns and Morgan Freeman) who've played the almighty creator more than once, all of these people have made their mark in film history.

Who is the black actor who played God? ›

In 2007, Freeman reprised his role as God in Evan Almighty, a sequel to 2003's Bruce Almighty, with Steve Carell.

What is the saying God is good all the time? ›

Some years ago, the phrase "God is good, all the time. All the time, God is good" became popular and spread throughout the church. It was used as a greeting and as a response, often in call-and-response pattern; and it remains in use today.

Who is the Lord of Death? ›

Yama, in the mythology of India, the god of the dead. The Vedas describe him as the first man who died, blazing the path of mortality down which all humans have since followed.

Who is the female God of music? ›

Music played a central role in the life of ancient Egyptians and the goddess, or the idealization, of music was Hathor. She was one of the ancient Egypt's most popular goddesses. According to, the Greeks equated Hathor with Aprhodite.

Who is the God of education? ›

Maa (Mother) Saraswati is a Hindu goddess who represents education, creativity, and music. The name Saraswati stems from the Sanskrit root "saras," which means "that which is fluid." Maa Saraswati is known to bring order out of chaos and has a calming and centering personality.

What is a female goat with 5 letters crossword? ›

Crossword answers for FEMALE GOAT
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What's the easiest crossword day? ›

Mondays have the most straightforward clues and Saturday clues are the hardest, or involve the most wordplay. Contrary to popular belief, the Sunday puzzles are midweek difficulty, not the hardest. They're just bigger. A typical Monday clue will be very straightforward and drive you almost directly to the answer.

Why do old people do crosswords? ›

Reduce Stress

Elderly people can often face a number of stresses in their daily life. These can range from their financial situation to social or medical challenges they may experience along the way. Crosswords and other such puzzles (e.g. word searches) can offer a valuable way to relax.

What is another name for a bluegill? ›

The bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus), sometimes referred to as "bream", "brim", "sunny", or "copper nose" as is common in Texas, is a species of North American freshwater fish, native to and commonly found in streams, rivers, lakes, ponds and wetlands east of the Rocky Mountains.

Which Italian city is nicknamed the Eternal City? ›

The poet Tibullus is credited by many scholars as the first to refer to Rome as “Urbs Aeterna,” which translates from Latin to the “Eternal City.” This name must have resonated with Romans because poets like Virgil and Ovid continued with the motif of Rome as a lasting city in their respective works.

What is an Egyptian viper called? ›

"Asp" is the modern anglicisation of the word "aspis", which in antiquity referred to any one of several venomous snake species found in the Nile region. The specific epithet, aspis, is a Greek word that means "viper". It is believed that aspis referred to what is now known as the Egyptian cobra.

What crossword has 7 letters illuminate? ›

ILLUMINATE Crossword Clue
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What is the name of a Greek god with the most letters in its name? ›

Of these twelve gods and goddesses, Hephaestus has the longest name measuring 10 letters long.

What crossword has 6 letters seem? ›

SEEM Crossword Clue
seem with 6 Letters
seem with 7 Letters
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What is one hanging around in the forest crossword clue? ›

30 One hanging around in the forest? : SLOTH.

What is a four letter word for land surrounded by water? ›

Crossword answers for LAND SURROUNDED BY WATER
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What is a four letter word for hang around? ›

HANG AROUND Crossword Clue
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What is the symbol for Omicron? ›

The upper-case letter of omicron (O) was originally used in mathematics as a symbol for Big O notation (representing a function's asymptotic growth rate), but has fallen out of favor because omicron is indistinguishable from the Latin letter O and easily confused with the digit zero (0).

What does mu stand for in math? ›

m (the greek letter "mu") is used to denote the population mean.

Which is a root that can be eaten raw? ›

A good rule of thumb is that low-starch roots (beets, carrots, turnips, celery root) are great raw (potatoes, not so much).

Who is Kings Mad Dog? ›

Gary Busey: Mad Dog.

Which root do we eat as vegetable? ›

Root vegetables are grown underground and include onions, garlic, carrots, potatoes, and beets, among others. They offer a variety of flavors and can be prepared in many ways.

What crossword clue is on the same side with 6 letters? ›

ON THE SAME SIDE Crossword Clue
on the same side with 6 Letters
on the same side with 8 Letters
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What are the clues in a crossword puzzle? ›

Clue: A crossword clue is a hint that the solver must decipher to find the answer that is then entered into the puzzle grid. Clues are not necessarily dictionary definitions; they can involve puns, anagrams and other types of wordplay. Crossing: The intersection between an Across entry and a Down one.

Can crossword answers be two words? ›

However, many times the blank space can be filled in with two or more words. In easier crosswords, multiple words will be indicated with (2 words) or (2 wds.), but more often than not it will be up to the solver to determine how many words fill in the space. Another hint sometimes used in clues is (hyphenated).

What is a word search crossword puzzle? ›

The objective of this puzzle is to find and mark all the words hidden inside the box. The words may be placed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Often a list of the hidden words is provided, but more challenging puzzles may not provide a list.

What crossword has multiple letters in one square? ›

What is a Rebus? A rebus can be a letter, number or symbol that represents a word, but in many crosswords, the rebus will be a word or group of letters that need to be written inside a single square.

What is the most used word in crossword puzzles? ›

“ERA” is the most common word in crossword puzzles, as well as “ARE,” “AREA,” and “ORE,” according to Gaffney.

What animal name starts with a double letter crossword? ›

51 Animal name starting with a double letter : LLAMA.

What is rebus crossword puzzle clue? ›

So what exactly is a REBUS? “A 'rebus' in a crossword is anything that gets entered in a square that's not a single letter of the alphabet. Typically, rebuses are parts of themes,” Mr.

What does an asterisk mean in a crossword puzzle clue? ›

The asterisks at the start of the theme clues aren't there to mark the theme clues—they stand in for the letters Star.

What does a dash mean in a crossword clue? ›

You've probably noticed that some of the clues are nothing but dashes, and the entries for those clues are not numbered. Those are not production errors. The dashes represent the end of the entry after we've added the SUN back to the entry on the other side of it. Let's take a look at 20A.

What does FR mean in crossword? ›

Identifying an Abbreviation in a Clue

Most of the time, abbreviations have a period at the end of two to three letters. Some common crossword abbreviations include: Fr. – French.

What do brackets mean in crossword clues? ›

Short exclamations are sometimes clued by a phrase in square brackets, e.g., "[It's cold!]" = BRR. When the answer can only be substituted for the clue when preceding a specific other word, this other word is indicated in parentheses.

Can you write a word backwards in a crossword puzzle? ›

The only word which works is PALS, which you can write in backwards to give the colloquial term for make-up, SLAP. Two other things about this clue: first, you can often ignore the punctuation in cryptics, in this case the apostrophe; second, what a deft and economic "surface reading".

Is there a free app for word search? ›

Find the hidden words with your fingers in Word Search PRO for FREE now! If you're looking for the most trendy word search game, Word Search PRO is the game for you! You will enjoy a fun challenge as you identify the hidden words and then swipe up, down, left, right or diagonally to mark them.

Is there a free word search game? ›

Arkadium has a selection of fun word searches to sink your teeth into. Try our Free Daily Word Search Puzzle or Penny Dell Word Search now and see how much fun they are.

What is the most famous crossword puzzle? ›

The Times Crossword is the world's most famous crossword. This is a compilation of The Times Crossword Books 1 & 4, the crosswords having been compiled by Mike Laws, the former editor of The Times Crossword.


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