Daily Pop Crossword May 14 2023 Answers (5/14/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Daily Pop Crossword puzzle for May 14 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 May 14 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.

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Mindfreak LIVE! magician Angel
Hamilton creator ___-Manuel Miranda
Hell's Kitchen TV network
Get-up-and-go
Dessert made from frozen grapes (2 wds.)
Money in slang
Reduced as an asking price
Bestselling novel by 30-Across selected as the The Tonight Show Summer Reads choice for 2019 (3 wds.)
Nine-digit govt. ID (Abbr.)
Fiber-___ cable
Curved part of a foot
Travel from gig to gig e.g.
Homer Simpson's annoyed grunt
Best-selling author of four novels including 17-Across and 40-Across (3 wds.)
Rosemary's Baby novelist Levin
The Mis-Adventures of Awkward Black Girl star Rae
Russian no
Clear up as a windshield
Dubai's federation (Abbr.)
2023 novel by 30-Across about a married couple running a bar in a small town (3 wds.)
Let me reiterate (3 wds.)
Actress Swinton of Three Thousand Years of Longing
Winter sports gear that looks like a snowboard
Commit a party foul with a half-eaten chip
Life of Pi director Lee
Japanese currency
Burros
Food ___ (post-Thanksgiving dinner lethargy)
Sneaker brand with a marsupial logo
Reassurance after a fall (2 wds.)
Designed to dazzle
Layered haircuts
Actress Taylor of ABC's American Crime
Envelope symbol for an email app for one
Home of the Nets and the Knicks (2 wds.)
Start of a school year or a new job (2 wds.)
Gabriel García Márquez's ___ Hundred Years of Solitude
Crossed (out)
Shed tears
Poker payments
Actress Skye of La Brea
Jazz trumpeter Baker
In the thick of
Opposite of well-done
Making by hand
NBA extra periods (Abbr.)
Moving and storage rental company (Hyph.)
New Orleans nickname with the (2 wds.)
The Jedi to the Sith
Exceedingly (2 wds.)
Entertainment union that merged with SAG in 2012 (Abbr.)
Follow the Pacific Crest Trail say
Score after deuce in tennis for short (2 wds.)
Writer Sharon who won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry
Garfield's canine pal
Catches some z's
Professional association for doctors (Abbr.)
Native ___ (Richard Wright novel)

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