Newsday Crossword July 30 2023 Answers (7/30/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for July 30 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Our Newsday Crossword July 30, 2023 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue. The Newsday Crossword is a syndicated crossword that is published across different apps and websites each day. It is one of the “easier” crosswords to work on compared to some of the heavy-hitters like the NYT Crossword.

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Newsday Crossword July 30, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the Newsday Crossword on 7/30/23, 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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Cajun chef of TV
''. . . and to __ good night!''
Those on foot, for short
Pulverize, as potatoes
''Honor Thy Father ''author
Tries to win over
Forelimb bone
''Short'' suffix in music
*Timepiece with hands
*Flier's selection
State representative
High anxiety
Common practice
Is priced at
__ and void
Pixies and elves
Glossy finish
Lack of danger
Large fruit
Built for two
Urban transportation
Austen novel
Central Iowa city
Drink on draft
*Pasteur discovery
French abstract artist
Unsuccessful film
Boone, for short
''__ Lang Syne''
Like brine
Alpine falsetto
Russian mountain range
Bit of antiquity
What the answers to the starred clues all start with
Sports comeback
3/17 honoree
Rapper's aides
Cannes contraction
Water bordering Ohio
Paint crudely
Small Spanish number
French season
Assoc. or org.
Measure of force
Certain undergrad
Director DuVernay
''Blah, blah, blah''
Solemn ceremonies
Parents-to-be class
Old Testament prophet
Don't take seriously
Yawn producer
City near Bonn
__ personality (anchorwoman, e.g.)
City near Mauna Kea, for short
Orbital extreme
*Nimbus, for instance
*''Sleepless in Seattle'', e.g.
Baby photographer Geddes
Chopped down
Carpet coverage
Amend further
Small bouquet
Feudal toiler
Flight board nos.
Thick head of hair
Special flare
Tightened, as shoes
Glove brand
Construction toys
Leather piercer
Cloverleaf part
Scottish tourist draw
Invite to dinner
Person instructed
Jazz great Fitzgerald
Genetic molecule
__ Jose, CA
City not far from Etna
Was annoying to
Won't miss at all
Earliest PC screens
Franc's successor
Fogg emulator
Salk rival
Prefix for precious
Haphazard attempt
Heavenly light
*Wartime detainee
Any energy source
2451, in old Rome
Tyler Perry film persona
Sparkling success
*Bulk letter personalizations
Orange Muppet
Blueprint details
Soothing ointments
Boasted about
Subtle glow
Deserves to receive
John who created the index fund
Smallest possible
Absorb fully
Brews, as tea
Gladly, in Shakespeare
Shows corrosion
Opera celeb
Leave speechless
Art Deco alphabet painter
Pet welfare org.
''Me too''
Computer-linking technology
White weasels
Pine or cypress
''As my memory tells me'' text
Chat room chuckle
Spot in the distance
Hair-covering scarf
Virtuous person
Scorches in a skillet
Big boss at Disney
French literature Nobelist
Ivy League team
CPR pros
Race segment
Tic-tac-toe nonwinner
UK fliers

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