Crosswords with Friends February 4 2023 Answers (2/4/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Crosswords with Friends puzzle for February 4 2023 to help you finish it up!
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The Crosswords with Friends is a crossword that is designed to be played with your friends from the company that brought you Words with Friends. It is one of the “easier” crosswords to work on compared to some of the heavy-hitters like the NYT Crossword. Below, you’ll find the answers to the Crosswords with Friends for February 4 2023 below!

There is a new puzzle to work through each day of the week. This crossword is considered to be balanced between being fun and engaging with some challenge but entirely solvable without tearing one’s hair out!

Crosswords with Friends Solution Guide

Here are all of the answers for the Crosswords with Friends Answers. The clues are in alphabetical order as we think that might be easier to find any specific clue you’re looking for.

Click/tap on the appropriate clue to get the answer. (We have done it this way so that if you’re just looking for a handful of clues, you won’t spoil other ones you’re working on!)

Sharp sensation, as of guilt or hunger
Canned meat that's popular in Hawaiian cuisine
"Now ___ seen everything!"
Orchestra instrument with a double reed
Barbershop symbol
Marshy area
Tilt, like a tower in Pisa
What cheerleaders do for their teams
Sixth installment in the Amos Decker crime novel series that began with 2015's "Memory Man": 3 wds.
Beverages made from steeped leaves
Cloth remnant for dusting or polishing
Cereal whose ads feature a "silly rabbit"
Ceiling ___ (air circulator mounted up high)
Use a Singer machine
Author of the Amos Decker crime novels, about an FBI consultant with perfect recall: 2 wds.
___-Hulk (Marvel superhero)
Far from young
"___ and Toad Are Friends" (classic children's book)
Prideful sense of self
Ramirez of HBO's "And Just Like That ..."
Seventh and latest installment in the Amos Decker crime novel series: 2 wds.
Person who's been deceived
Cylindrical structure that might hold tons of corn
Scientist's work area
___ the moon (thrilled)
___ Young Band ("Love Ain't" group)
Claim to be false
Internet joke that goes viral
Room also called a study
Prime ___ (roast beef dish)
Formally confess
Strip of photographic film that gets developed
___ dots (fabric pattern with circular spots)
Helps in criminal activity
"White Noise" director Baumbach
Top rank in the Army
Decorative piece of parsley
"___ Richard's Almanack" (reference published by Benjamin Franklin)
Plant whose gel is used in some skin-care products
Athlete whose home ballpark is Citi Field
Rue's best friend on "Euphoria"
Spell-casting tool for Harry Potter
End-zone dances typically follow them: Abbr.
Word said twice before "sis boom bah"
Trend that lacks staying power
Wrote messily
___-friendly (not environmentally harmful)
Hair bought in a store
Snoop ___ (rapper with a wine label called 19 Crimes)
Develop, like a flower bud
___ puffs (distinctive Black hairstyle)
Massachusetts town with a history of witch trials
Be crazy about
Medieval stringed instrument
Nesting spot for a queen bee
Event where shoppers can save money
"___ I stutter?"
Plastic container at airport checkpoints

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