Guaranteed to work NYT Crossword Clue

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Guaranteed to work Crossword Clue Answer is…

Answer: FAILSAFE (80D)

This clue last appeared in the NYT Crossword on June 16, 2024. If you need help with other clues, head to our NYT Crossword June 16, 2024 Hints page. You can also find answers to past NYT Crosswords. If you need the answers for the NYT Mini Crossword for June 16, 2024, we have them as well.

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This clue has been used by other publishers in the past, and they have had different answers when published, so the below list is a compilation of all known answers that have been used for this clue.

  • FAILSAFE (8 letters)
  • FOOLPROOF (9 letters)
  • IDIOTPROOF (10 letters)

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Clue & Answer Definitions

  • FOOLPROOF (adjective)
    1. not liable to failure
  • FOOLPROOF (verb)
    1. proof against human misuse or error
  • WORK (verb)
    1. make uniform
    2. perform as expected when applied
  • WORK (noun)
    1. applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading)
    2. the occupation for which you are paid

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