Flurry of finger-pointing NYT Crossword Clue

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This clue last appeared in the NYT Crossword on July 2, 2024. If you need help with other clues, head to our NYT Crossword July 2, 2024 Hints page. You can also find answers to past NYT Crosswords. If you need the answers for the NYT Mini Crossword for July 2, 2024, we have them as well.

Today's NYT Crossword Answers

# Clue
1A Old pal
37A Egress
41A Indigenous people of the Delaware Valley
52A Pass leading to a dunk, in basketball lingo
63A What bourbon whiskey is made from
69A You are so right!
18D Suffix with ecto- or cyto-
24D Start of a choosing rhyme
51D "Macbeth" quintet
62D No longer working (Abbr)
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Clue & Answer Definitions

    1. the imputation of blame
  • FLURRY (noun)
    1. a rapid active commotion
    2. a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that)
  • FLURRY (verb)
    1. cause to feel embarrassment
    2. move in an agitated or confused manner

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