Newsday Crossword February 25 2024 Answers (2/25/24)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for February 25 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Newsday Crossword February 25, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the Newsday Crossword on 2/25/24, 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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Keyboarding mistake
Pear variety
NCAA women's hoops powerhouse
Seuss environmentalist
Boxcar rider
Dublin's land
Salk's conquest
Artist's implement
Red semiprecious stones
Not as humid
Lower joint
HS gym course
Lowers oneself
Lake, in Le Mans
Sauteing acronym
Bad-weather adjective
Glowingly beautiful
Lipton competitor
__ culpa
Cherry seed
Sketch something
Sofa section
Sir __ McKellen
Brief quarrel
Bright Crayola color
Overplayed a role
"Help needed" signal
Network "across" 33 Down
ATM inputs
Web programming language
Network "across" 40 Down
School near Windsor Castle
What real estate is worth
Real estate measure
Leisurely run
Princess' voice in Shrek
Court VIPs
Fiery heaps
"What __, a mind reader?"
Footwear preserver
Toward the rising sun
LuPone or LaBelle
Had been
Makes lovable
Coat of a cat
Poet Khayyam
Gibson or Brooks
Saucepan topper
Holder for hot sauce
Grilled sandwiches
Atlanta suburb
Spanish compass point
Poker prize
Least experienced
Statistics specialist
Emerson's author friend
Pass into law
French wine valley
Wild duck
Hem and haw
Barbecue residue
Sore feeling
NASA spacewalks
Type of tooth
Speak out against
As compared to
Pond film
Yodeler's perch
Sort of snake
NL West team
Little League locale
Crowd scene actor
Remove grain from husks
Part of FYI
Network "across" 23 Across
Show awe
Tennis great Boris
By mouth
Horses' fathers
Network "across" 25 Across
Electronic transfer
Agree exactly
Norwegian kingly name
High Court count
What some port authorities are
Showy display
Maiden name preceder
Highest peak
At home anywhere
Had no doubt about
Thurman of filmdom
Citrus cover
Pretentiously creative
Alliance acronym
Be entitled to
Jambalaya cousin
Author Buchanan
Game with five dice
Intel gatherer
"Billionth" prefix
Network "across" 68 Across
Trying time
Satirical sketches
Novelist Kellerman
Verbal shrug
Mr. Potato Head part
Egg-grading agcy.
Tough manager's only interest
Springsteen's __ Band
Frat letter
Mexican money
Each, informally
One of the Three Bears
Hasn't paid
Military volunteers
13th-century pope
Stumble on
Food plan
Summer hours in St. Pete
Some baseball gloves
Cellphone industry
Document certifier
La __ (region of Spain)
Get up
Camcorder button
Religion of China
Sweet smell
Completed with ease
Flimsy, as excuses
Network "across" 114 Across
Hawaiian banquet
Cave dweller
Network "across" 116 Across
Menu phrase
Bugs Bunny's whirling foe
Before, in odes

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