Daily Pop Crossword May 7 2023 Answers (5/7/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Daily Pop Crossword puzzle for May 7 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 7 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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Candied tuber on a Thanksgiving menu
The Bell ___ (Sylvia Plath novel)
Spanish number between siete and nueve
Fertility clinic cells
Memories of John Lennon editor Yoko
I am woman hear me ___
1998 novel by 48-Across set in Boston (3 wds.)
Part of as a plot (2 wds.)
Feathery scarf
Angels & Demons novelist Brown
Clear as a printer
Thank you for coming to my ___ Talk
NYC avenue between Park and Third for short
Jafar's pet parrot in Aladdin
2023 novel by 48-Across set in Boston (2 wds.)
Friend in France
David Sedaris's Me Talk Pretty ___ Day
Church based in Salt Lake City (Abbr.)
Bob Marley notably
Throw in
___ Lanka (island country in the Indian Ocean)
Intentionally exclude
Boston native and author of Mystic River 14-Across and 32-Across (2 wds.)
Twistable cookie
The ___ and the Pendulum (Edgar Allan Poe short story)
Color TV pioneer
Home run hitter's pace
___ We Can (2008 presidential campaign slogan)
Word on a Golden Bears football helmet
Berra who said You can observe a lot by watching
Stratford-upon-___ (William Shakespeare's birthplace)
Spanish hand
Employment agency listing
Actress Gasteyer of American Auto
Actress AnnaSophia of Little Fires Everywhere
Like some farming or chemistry
Dove's cry
The Summer I Turned Pretty novelist Jenny
Metal-containing mineral
They Both Die at the ___ (novel by Adam Silvera)
Are ___ My Mother? (P.D. Eastman kids' book)
100%
Fish sought by Marlin and Dory in a Pixar film
One corner of a Monopoly board
Like some dried meats
Fuzzy growth in a forest
Russian leader of the past
Handsome clever and rich Austen character
Honored guests' platform
Warrior princess played by Lucy Lawless
Better if we just skip this (2 wds.)
The ___ Tent (Anita Diamant bestseller)
Singer Grande's perfume brand
Homer Simpson outburst
Guessing game played on road trips (2 wds.)
Fashion designer Jacobs
Ancient people who built Machu Picchu
Greenish blue hue
On the ___ (precisely)
Email the wrong person say
Opposite of paleo-
Falsehood
Aliens for short

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