Newsday Crossword June 25 2023 Answers (6/25/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for June 25 2023 to help you finish it up!
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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. Below, you’ll find the answers to the Newsday Crossword for June 25 2023 below!

There is a new puzzle to work through each day of the week. This crossword is considered to be balanced between being fun and engaging with some challenge but entirely solvable without tearing one’s hair out!

Newsday Crossword Solution Guide

Here are all of the answers for the Newsday Crossword Answers. The clues are in alphabetical order as we think that might be easier to find any specific clue you’re looking for.

Click/tap on 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!)

Thermometer measure
Imitate, on Halloween
Times with a stopwatch
Mountaineer's tool
Be magnetic
Eton rival
Brown sundae extra
Southern author Welty
''__ her poor dog a bone''
''Be glad to''
More current
Reduced to grain size
Semisolid white sundae extra
Citrus soda brand
Goethe's soul-seller
''Silly me!''
Usher's handout
Shopper stopper
Transportation for Finn
Candy sundae extra
''I'll think about it''
Place to park a camper
Nights before
Jazz singer Anita
Really bug
Cry out loud
Rock bound for a refinery
Work the land
Conqueror's domain
Final sundae extra phrase
''No argument here''
With 89 Across, ''Yikes!''
Ballpoint brand
Per person
Belief, in brief
Author Greene
Adverse fate
Mideast male title
Financial windfalls
Fruity sundae extra
See 73 Across
Designer Cassini
What to call with in a crisis
Cleopatra's snake
Haul away
Put to shame
Causes to cower
White squishy sundae extra
Bite hard
None of the above
Chinese currency
Portrait on 107 Across
Prove untrue
Cleopatra portrayer
Crunchy sundae extra
White weasel
Traditional train terminus
Herbal brew
Feudal lords
Worshiper of physical objects
Take stock of
OED, e.g.
Canyon comeback
Earth sci.
Grand Prix participants
Toucan or tarantula
Sinuous fish
Far from innovative
PO itineraries
UFO pilots
''Mme''., in Mexico
Riyadh residents
Goes along with
Revolutionary Guevara
Product rollout
''Gladiator'' Oscar winner
Pacific Rim peninsula
Buzzing bunch
Naval assent
Musical hodgepodge
Grand Prix participants
WWII female enlistees
Actor Cronyn
Commuter craft
Christopher of ''Superman''
Tom of ''The Seven Year Itch''
Genre for Wagner
Annual San Antonio football game
Eight-letter word with only four different letters
Italian wine region
What cold feet symbolize
French head
Astronomical time period
Go sky-high
Workplace message
Help with the dishes
Poetic tribute
''Small'' kids
List ending abbr.
Very vivid, as crayons
Weeder's tool
Half-square shapes
Storm clouds
Cold War weapon
Suffix for buck
US Grant, famously
Cuisine category
Storage furniture
Padlock holders
Irish port
Metallic waste
Solemn pledge
Introductory statements
Video meeting app
''Inner'' prefix
Arthurian knight
Symbol of sovereignty
Member of the chimp family
Inn near an interstate
Arcade game pioneer
What blank verse doesn't do
Former baseball commissioner Bud
Soaps star Susan
Military school student
A question of technique
Err, with ''up''
Minstrel's strings
Followers: Suffix
Those: Sp.
Hi-__ graphics
Veteran vote seeker
Luau side dish
Altar constellation

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