Break suddenly Crossword Clue

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Break suddenly Crossword Clue Answer is…

Answer: SHATTER (1D)

This clue last appeared in the The Sun 2-Speed Crossword on May 27, 2024. You can also find answers to past The Sun 2-Speed Crosswords.

More Answers

This clue has been used by other publishers in the past, and they have had different answers when published, so the below list is a compilation of all known answers that have been used for this clue.

  • SHATTER (7 letters)
  • SNAP (4 letters)

Today's The Sun 2-Speed Crossword Answers

# Clue
1A Run with light steps
10A Resolve from number by a large town
11A Native American doctrine unfinished
15A Very protracted farewell?
23A Model Campbell
2D Staines Massif member new to line up
5D Change course
12D Green Beret
14D Guzzling girl out late with Ted

Clue & Answer Definitions

  • SUDDENLY (adverb)
    1. on impulse; without premeditation
    2. happening unexpectedly
  • SHATTER (verb)
    1. break into many pieces
    2. cause to break into many pieces

Historical Usage in Crossword Puzzles

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