“Fret not!” Crossword Clue

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“Fret not!” Crossword Clue Answer is…

Answer: HAVENOFEAR (29D)

This clue last appeared in the New Yorker Crossword on April 23, 2024. You can also find answers to past New Yorker Crosswords.

Today's New Yorker Crossword Answers

# Clue
10A Org. whose first president was Martin Luther King, Jr.
16A Lunchbox predecessor
33A Olympic gold medallist Strug
39A Bánh mì ingredient, often
60A Loaded with a disgusting amount of cheese?
5D “WUT”
6D Beyond earthly explanation
28D Question elicited by an overly high-concept Halloween costume
29D “Fret not!”
52D First word in the rhyming name of a peg toy
New Yorker Crossword

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Clue & Answer Definitions

  • FRET (verb)
    1. gnaw into; make resentful or angry
    2. become or make sore by or as if by rubbing
  • FRET (noun)
    1. a spot that has been worn away by abrasion or erosion
    2. agitation resulting from active worry

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