Missing Letter Crossword November 6 2023 Answers (11/6/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Missing Letter Crossword puzzle for November 6 2023 to help you finish it up!
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The Missing Letter Crossword November 6, 2023 Answers

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INTERJECTION: "used to express irritation, disapproval, contempt, or disbelief"
Ticket half you get back from the usher
Pollution-fighting branch of govt.
Actress Téa in "Madam Secretary"
Glazer of "Broad City"
ADJECTIVE: "deficient in firmness : not stringent"
It may read "Kiss the Cook"
NOUN: "a disturbance or commotion typically caused by a dispute or conflict"
Only three-letter chemical element
Tried to get home safely?
Stephen of "The Crying Game"
Gave a hard time to
Makes illegal
NOUN: "a plant that is not valued where it is growing and is usually of vigorous growth"
Häagen-___ (ice cream brand)
ADVERB: "used as a function word to make negative a group of words or a word"
Lopsided victory
NOUN: "a greater quantity, number, or amount"
One-point lead, say
Milk containers
Gas found in air
NOUN: "a witty or funny observation or response usually made on the spur of the moment"
Associations (abbr.)
Lots and lots (of)
NOUN: "the regular solid of six equal square sides"
Actor Penn of "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle"
School-canceling weather
NOUN: "the official language of [redacted]"
Make a member of, as Congress
NOUN: "a pitched ball in baseball that is slightly deflected by the bat"
INTERJECTION: "used to express amazement, joy, or surprise"
Guinness who played Obi-Wan Kenobi
"32 Flavors" singer DiFranco
VERB: "to deceive by underhanded methods"
Afghanistan''s capital
"___ of a sudden..."
NOUN: "a medieval association of merchants or craftsmen"
Kemper who played the title role in "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
NOUN: "a large long-haired wild or domesticated ox (Bos grunniens synonym B. mutus) of Tibet and adjacent elevated parts of central Asia"
Sports award
What people eat and drink
"The Bell Jar" poet Sylvia
Reddish-brown color
VERB: "to trick or deceive"
"That's ___-brainer!"
Kate of "Titanic"
It leaves tracks in the snow
2022 Cate Blanchett movie nominated for Best Picture
ADJECTIVE: "defrosted; thawed"
"24" family
NOUN: "a small often mischievous fairy"
Close chum
NOUN: "a cutting tool that consists of a heavy edged head fixed to a handle with the edge parallel to the handle and that is used especially for felling trees and chopping and splitting wood"
"Just joking"
Had more points at halftime, say
Dr. beloved by kids
Didn't get very ___ (barely started, as a task)
ADJECTIVE: "too evident to be [contradicted]"
NOUN: "a motherless calf in a range herd"
___ aerobics
"What should I ___?"
ADJECTIVE: "of or relating to the country, country people or life, or agriculture"
"Same here!"
The same
NOUN: "something said or done to provoke laughter"
ADJECTIVE: "marked by yellow coloration"
Threw in the trash, casually
NOUN: "one who plays a subordinate or compliant role to a principal"
Body part sometimes stubbed
Holder of corn kernels
Got outta Dodge
Native Alaskan, often
Amounts of laundry or raked leaves
San Francisco is on one
In the style of
Jan. honoree
VERB: "to move, act, or function with speed and vigor"
Wong or Hewson

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