Daily Pop Crossword February 5 2023 Answers (2/5/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Daily Pop Crossword puzzle for February 5 2023 to help you finish it up!
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The Daily POP Crosswords is a daily puzzle game that challenges players to fill in the blanks of a crossword puzzle with words and phrases related to pop culture. Players can test their knowledge of current events, movies, music, and more while enjoying a classic word game format. The game is available online and can be played anytime, anywhere, making it an accessible and convenient form of entertainment for crossword enthusiasts of all ages. Below, you’ll find the answers to the Daily Pop Crossword for February 5 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!

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Here are all of the answers for the Daily Pop Crossword 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!)

Counterpart of "sir"
Goodreads.com, e.g., briefly
Venomous Egyptian snake
"Ready ___, here I come!" (2 wds.)
Actress Phillipa of Broadway's "Hamilton"
World news source (Abbr.)
Got to one's feet (2 wds.)
Third book by 43-Across in the 31-Across series about teenage assassin Celaena Sardothien in the fictional Kingdom of Adarlan (3 wds.)
Iguana, for one
UK military branch for Prince William (Abbr.)
Punk music subgenre
___ Faithful (Yellowstone geyser)
"London Fields" novelist Martin
Fantasy series by 43-Across that was inspired by Disney's "Cinderella" (3 wds.)
"Courage to ___: A Body in Motion, a Life in Balance" (memoir by gymnast Simone Biles)
Beauty salon styling product
Writing tool
Channel that launched in 1981 with the introduction, "Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll!"
Ribs, as a sibling might
Bestselling author of 18-Across, 31-Across, and the "Crescent City" and "A Court of Thorns and Roses" series (3 wds.)
National anthem with the line "The True North strong and free"
"The Unbearable Lightness of Being" novelist ___ Kundera
"The Hundred Secret Senses" novelist Amy
Cross home plate, say
"Jack Reacher" series novelist ___ Child
Entry in Roget's Thesaurus (Abbr.)
Three-piece ___
One who might delete a Reddit post, for short
"Where the Wild Things ___" (Maurice Sendak children's classic)
"The Baby-Sitters Club" series author ___ M. Martin
Chocolaty coffee order
Country of origin for Elizabeth and Philip, on FX's Cold War drama "The Americans" (Abbr.)
Helicopter blade
Body sponge
Car whose logo is four intersecting rings
Prop for a Sherlock Holmes costume
Actress Charlize who plays Megyn Kelly in "Bombshell"
Butcher's scraps
Enthusiastic answer to "Shall we?"
"The way I see it," in a text message
"Their Eyes Were Watching God" novelist ___ Neale Hurston
"Clifford the Big Red ___"
Pages of an atlas
"Oh, now it's clear" (2 wds.)
IDs on 1040 forms (Abbr.)
TV financial advisor Suze
Brine-cured Greek cheese
"___ just how I roll"
August commemoration of the end of WWII, familiarly (2 wds.)
Sports footwear brand
Flowerbed filler
The Hundred ___ Wood (Winnie-the-Pooh's home)
Gardening tool that's useful in autumn
German writer Thomas who won the 1929 Nobel Prize in Literature
Gymnast Mary ___ Retton
"All Things Considered" journalist Shapiro
"A ___ for Small Fishes" (Lucy Jago novel)

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