Our Daily Themed Crossword November 20, 2023 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue. 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.
Daily Themed Crossword November 20, 2023 Answers
If you need help solving the Daily Themed Crossword on 11/20/23, we’ve listed all of the crossword clues below so you can find the answer(s) you need. You can search for the clue and then select 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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- ___ like fine wine (gracefully grow old)
- "___ Doubtfire," 1993 Robin Williams film
- Las Vegas' state, for short
- ___ Stark, Sean Bean's character on "Game of Thrones"
- One who bears the labor pain
- Suffix with "cyan" or "chlor"
- Fizzy party supply
- Cattle sound
- "___ Seriously, Folks...," 1978 studio album by Joe Walsh that peaked at No. 8 on the U.S. Billboard 200
- Viral winter illness
- Snowy slope sliders
- "___ Man," 2012 studio album by Joe Walsh that peaked at No. 12 on the U.S. Billboard 200
- ___ Mosby, "How I Met Your Mother" character
- Animation frame
- "___ Things Bright and Beautiful" (Owl City album)
- Egg ___ (deep-fried appetizer dish)
- "Good Girls" actress Whitman
- Manhattan-based paper that publishes "Wordle" and "Connections": Abbr.
- Year where February has an extra day, say
- "Nothing ___ Matters," Metallica song
- Feel remorse for
- Room-cooling appliances at home: Abbr.
- Vinyl albums, for short
- "Songs for a Dying ___," 1992 solo album by Joe Walsh
- Sour, yellow fruit
- "Birds ___ feather flock together": 2 wds.
- Emulate Mike Tyson
- Gain, as respect
- Put up on a wall, as a picture
- "Fuel" singer DiFranco
- Prefix with "Tok" for a Chinese video-sharing app
- "Hoo" starter?
- FBI operative, for short
- ___-poke (caramel treat)
- It may be measured in kg or lb, for short
- Response to a question, for short
- Prefix with "metry" for a math subject
- "Ed, ___, n Eddy," animated series created by Danny Antonucci
- "The chickens have come home to ___"
- "The ___ You Drink, the Player You Get," 1973 studio album by Joe Walsh that proved to be his commercial breakthrough
- Pen tips (anagram of "bins")
- University URL-ending letters
- Dog doctor, for short
- CIO's partner: Abbr.
- Financial backing from a bank
- "The Good, the Bad and the ___" (1966 Clint Eastwood movie)
- "American ___," reality singing competition
- Brand that supplies Wile E. Coyote with fake tunnels and TNT
- Shaquille O'___, NBA legend
- Hoppy beverages
- Metric liquid unit, for short
- Tilt to a side
- Wedding gown fabric?
- Seattle clock setting, in the winter: Abbr.
- American ___ (North Dakota state tree)
- "Once ___ midnight dreary..."
- Diminutive Christmas helper
- Pablo Neruda and Sylvia Plath, for two
- Slow garden gastropod
- Ooh and ___ (express amazement)
- "So ___!" ("Goodbye!")
- Opposite of "entry"
- Peep from a sheep?
- Former MGM rival: Abbr.
- "That's so-o-o-o adorable!"
- Eggy Yule drink
- "___ Any Gum?" 1987 solo album by Joe Walsh
Daily Themed Crossword is a popular online crossword puzzle game that is updated daily with new puzzles for players to solve. The game is developed by PlaySimple Games and is available on both iOS and Android devices.
The puzzles in Daily Themed Crossword are organized around a different theme each day, with clues and answers related to that theme. For example, the theme for a particular day might be movies, and all the clues and answers would be related to movies in some way.
The game is designed to be accessible to players of all skill levels, with puzzles ranging from easy to difficult. The game also includes helpful features such as hints and the ability to reveal individual letters or words to help players progress through more challenging puzzles.
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.