Missing Letter Crossword December 11 2023 Answers (12/11/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Missing Letter Crossword puzzle for December 11 2023 to help you finish it up!
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The Missing Letter Crossword December 11, 2023 Answers

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NOUN: "nothing at all"
Oscar-winning role for Forest Whitaker in "The Last King of Scotland"
Company that famously went bankrupt in 2001
Gossip columnist Barrett
Funny Jay
Put the ball in the back of the net
Latin words to a traitor
U.S. president from Cincinnati
NOUN: "a sweet or plain small bread"
NOUN: "a tube bent to form two legs of unequal length by which a liquid can be transferred"
NOUN: "the rate of speed of a musical piece or passage"
VERB: "to persuade with flattery or gentle urging especially in the face of reluctance"
ADJECTIVE: "conforming to established doctrine especially in religion"
As ___ (generally speaking)
Because of
NOUN: "intense and usually openly displayed anger"
TV coach Ted
Look over
NOUN: "a charge taken (as by a bookie or a gambling house) on bets"
Blanc and Tremblant, for two
BIOGRAPHICAL NAME: "circa 428–348(or 347) b.c. Greek philosopher"
PLURAL NOUN: "weather conditions especially: violent or severe weather"
NOUN: "a series of mountains"
ABBREVIATION or NOUN: "the most accomplished and successful individual in the history of a particular sport or category of performance or activity"
Australia's largest airline
Boxing wins, for short
Attention-getting shouts
GEOGRAPHICAL NAME: "state in the western U.S.; capital Salt Lake City"
NOUN PHRASE: "a group of individuals in a particular category (such as a sport) who have been selected as particularly illustrious"
Needle case, from the French
Had to pay back
NOUN: "any of a genus...of sometimes arborescent plants of the agave family that occur in warm regions chiefly of western North America and have long sword-shaped often stiff fibrous-margined leaves"
Test taken by H.S. students, casually
Casual shirts
Minnesota congresswoman ___ Omar
NOUN: "a member of the Quechuan peoples of Peru maintaining an empire until the Spanish conquest"
Employee at a U.
Seafood restaurant decor, often
"First of all..."
VERB: "to give reasons for or against something"
Any minute now
___ whim (spontaneously)
NOUN: "an artificially high voice"
GEOGRAPHICAL NAME: "city in northern Syria dating to ancient times; population 1,445,000"
ADJECTIVE: "arranged, characterized by, or performed with...order"
Really digging
[PART OF SPEECH REDACTED]: "any member of a class of words that typically can...refer to an entity, quality, state, action, or concept"
Ready, willing, and ___
"If you want to know what I think," for short
Drink that may be pale
Lock of hair
Do a Thanksgiving Day task
Thin as ___
NOUN: "a massive inexorable force, campaign, movement, or object that crushes whatever is in its path"
Removes from office
Give a speech
NOUN: "a heavy colorless and relatively inert gaseous element that occurs in air as about one part in 20 million"
BIOGRAPHICAL NAME: "1265–1321; Italian poet"
NOUN: "a venture unlikely to succeed"
Actress Suvari of "American Pie"
Org. that might buy a teacher a spa day
Johnny who sings "Chances Are"
Just meh
Olympic victories
ABBREVIATION: "an interrogative expression often used to test knowledge"
Wheat flour used to make naan and roti
BIOGRAPHICAL NAME: "Paul 1879–1940; Swiss painter"
Hit for the Village People
Thespian Penn
"Here's something I wanted to share..."

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