Newsday Crossword December 17 2023 Answers (12/17/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for December 17 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Newsday Crossword December 17, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the Newsday Crossword on 12/17/23, we’ve listed all of the crossword clues below so you can find the answer(s) you need. You can search for the clue and then select the appropriate clue to get the answer. We have done it this way so that if you’re just looking for a handful of clues, you won’t spoil other ones you’re working on!

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Clue
Light-bending item
Cider source
Porcine abode
Pack (down)
TV feed part
Town employee of yore
Hindu woman's garment
Mideast coin
Movie fan web site info
Movie segment
Jedi master
Grassy field
Hurries along
Major water line
La Scala's city
Madagascar primates
Movie fan web site info
Rainbow color
Young fellow
Eden evictee
Sets the dogs (on)
Overly diluted
Letters indicating urgency
Deceptive talk
Movie fan web site info
Rendered readable
Era
Stole from
''__ live and breathe!''
In the lead
General rule of proper living
Clickable symbols
In the worst way
Movie fan web site info
Multiple choice options
Thread holder
Hymn and him
Sulu portrayer of sci-fi
Geological period
Midwives' assistants
Slippery swimmer
Top team player
Movie fan web site info
Humdrum
Arguments against
Jazz phrase
Took a card
Plumlike fruit
Having taken no cards
Sticky situation
Movie fan web site info
Pony up in advance
''Great blue'' bird
Casino game
Muffle
Melodramatic music genre
Racetrack shape
Unsurpassed
Movie fan web site info
Communicate verbally
Sandwich loaves
Up to
Uplift
Poetic spheres
Beast of burden
Mexican money
Some rec centers
One of the Beatles
Artful dodge
Thinker's spark
Respectful title
Tasty tidbit
Play charades
Earlier
Pub servings
Chair quartet
EMTs' destinations
City near San Jose
__ and Tobago
Pup's sound
''Have a sip!''
Garlicky sauce
Respectful title
Sort of shaver
Skim over
High point
Thunderstorm by-product
007 film studio
Needing directions
Garden tool
Back of the neck
Sign before Libra
More frosty
Set (down)
Shady deal
Moist towelette
Eden evictee
Trade grp.
Strauss of waltz fame
Checked credentials
Schnitzel meat
Swirling water
Unlawful
Univ. part
Wanders around
Central Texas city
Model train car
Angrily
Once more
Under the weather
Absolut rival
Rookies
__ further (stop)
All-in-one computer
Have __ (pay later)
Formal dance
The Sooner St.
Calendar periods
Parcels (out)
Barbecue side dish
Encouraging words
Not quite right
Rights org.
Desk clerk handouts
Dental image
WWII milestone
Archrivals
IRS identifier
Big leaguer
Awards with ribbons
Candid
Got used up
Instagram upload
Tool for prying
Crest rival
Bridge fees
Colony insects
Annoying sorts
Proportional pair
Hamlet, for one
Explorer __ the Red
High, flat land
Pays later
Swimsuit part
Sugar measure
Video recorder

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