Newsday Crossword January 7 2024 Answers (1/7/24)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for January 7 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Newsday Crossword January 7, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the Newsday Crossword on 1/7/24, 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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"Silly me!"
USPS itineraries
Stately residence
Homeland Security agcy.
Othello adversary
Where the blissful walk
Its Winter Olympics locale
The first book of them was published
Soldier's lunchroom
Runs easily
Half of a checked pattern
Sty sound
Paint applications
Jet ID locale
Rectangular shape
Quit, so to speak
Old-fashioned photos
Somewhere __ the way
Broadway musical debut
Rock band accessory
Sorority letters
Architect Saarinen
Friendly nation
Swedish superstar foursome
Beatles early record label
He announced Andromeda as a galaxy
Wizard of Oz composer
Mounts a revival of
After: Fr.
Boston seafood servings
More dishonorable
Pakistan's chief river
Started eating
German's hot season
Extra-cost item
Restaurant fixtures
It closed for immigrant entry
Modern music
Light beams
Ballet bend
Elton John rock musical
Minstrel's instrument
"Ready when you __"
The heavyweight boxing champ
Try to buy at auction
Writer __ Kinnan Rawlings
Grinch creator
Rent payer
Footnote abbr.
Pisa place
Reign over
The Time Machine author
A sense
Russian grandma
It had its first radio broadcast
His Magic Mountain was published
Brings on board
Be abundant (with)
Group for those 50+
Trojan War catalyst
Pundits' columns
Former JFK landers
Car radio switch
Almost unobtainable
Small bills
Windy, wet seasons
Bending backward
HP PC rival
Tennis official
Can't stay
Manicotti filling
Wonderland dessert
Self centers
"Send help" signal
Compose together
Now degreased
Scandinavian Lawrence
Shoebox tops
Graduating grp.
Columbo portrayer
Put up, as a portrait
Not enough
Picnic spoiler
Religious regulation
Marquee name
Horse opera
Hold responsible
He became MGM's production boss
Tennis great Becker
His poems de amor brought him world acclaim
Plant deeply
Stretches over
More recent
Local theaters, slangily
Lawn tool
Pollo partner
Convenient, in product names
High hairstyles
Model married to Sarkozy
Showed initiative
Packs (down)
City of Tuscany
Didn't do anything
Civil War photographer
Leave quickly
GWTW heroine
Passes quickly
Boca __, FL
Shelled out
Spanish national hero
Church district
Football officials
Needing work
Thinks much of
Diner serving
Beer can opener
Original SNL cast member
Cast aside abruptly
Polka band instrument
"No more for me"
Sloping walkway
Indy Jones weapon
Irish republic
Takes to court
Snoozer of a speaker
Sentry's order
Had no doubt about
Part of AD
Question of identity
NHL tiebreakers
Foal food

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