Daily Themed Crossword March 13 2023 Answers (3/13/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Daily Themed Crossword puzzle for March 13 2023 to help you finish it up!
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The Daily Themed Crossword is available as a mobile app on both iOS and Android devices. It has become a popular crossword app due to its regular crossword offerings and difficulty level (not too easy, not too difficult, generally). They release a new crossword each day, every day of the year, and each crossword has a theme and allows for hints in case an answer involves a more obscure word. This post shares all of the answers to the Daily Themed Crossword published on March 13 2023.

Daily Themed Crossword Solution Guide

Here are all of the answers for this recently published Daily Themed Crossword. You can check out our Daily Themed Crossword Answers guide for our additional coverage. 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!

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Clue
Settle the tab, say
“This is sooo tastyyyy” sound
Name that sounds like “Stew
“And now, without further ___…
Eighth month of the year, for short
Sombrero or fedora, e.g.
“___ in the Rain,” 1974 song by Neil Sedaka that topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100
“You’ve got ___ nerve!
Quaker ___ Company
“Love Will ___ Us Together,” 1973 song by Neil Sedaka that topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100
Play object
“___ Chatterley’s Lover,” D.H. Lawrence novel
What ___ around, comes around
Critical hospital ward: Abbr.
Shipwrecked sailor’s plea
“___ Night (Angel Face),” 1975 song by Neil Sedaka that peaked at No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100
Silver screen’s Shirley
“Frequently,” to poets
Organ a with “drum” and “canal
Expressed, as a farewell
Make a cake, say
Word after “granola” or “energy
Commercial complex for consumers
“World ___ Z,” 2013 Brad Pitt film
The Buckeye State
“___ Up Is Hard to Do,” 1962 song by Neil Sedaka that topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100
Bulletin from the boss, for short
Spoil the appearance of, say
“That’s a great ___!” (“Great plan!”)
Satirical humor magazine since 1952
Big stock market event: Abbr.
Day care attendees
Good buddy
___ Lovelace Day, event named after a famous female mathematician
“I kid ___ not!” (“I’m not joking!”)
___ Damon, “Good Will Hunting” actor
Swiss breakfast mix
Team leader, for short
Sneaker or loafer, e.g.
Domesticate, as an animal
Lone Star State school: Abbr.
Golden egg layer, in a German fairy tale
Horse’s breakfast bundle
Cloud backdrop
Canvas shelter in the woods
Opening ___ (performer before the headliner)
Give the devil his ___
Day-___ (fluorescent paint)
“Ouch!” cousin
Practice in a boxing ring, say
“It’s an age-___ tradition…
“Come ___ About Me,” 1984 album by Neil Sedaka that features his daughter Dara
“Howard the Duck” actress Thompson
Hairy Asian work animal
Future executive’s degree, perhaps: Abbr.
Cover a gift again, say
“Bad ___,” 1975 song by Neil Sedaka that topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100
Bikini top
Tattoo that reads “wow” upside down
Throat-clearing sound
Peru’s capital
Prefix with “space” to collectively mean the atmosphere and outer space
Dietitian’s calculation, perhaps: Abbr.
“Pompeii” actor Harington
Enthusiastic response to “Who wants ice cream?”: 2 wds.
Court divider in tennis
Neither solid nor liquid

If you enjoy the Daily Themed Crossword, we think you’d also enjoy the LA Times Crossword and the NYT Crossword. If you’re still struggling to solve your crosswords, consider practicing with the Eugene Sheffer and Thomas Joseph dailies first.

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