Newsday Crossword March 5 2023 Answers (3/5/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for March 5 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 March 5 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!)

Golf-card figures
Don't play fair
Fender flaws
Ones walking, for short
Russia's __ Mountains
Oscar actress Berry
Reader's download
Beauty bar additive
Antibiotic (1928)
Stationery stick-on (1968)
Ill will
Icy confections
Hiked, as prices
Sprinters' assignments
Cupid alias
Stadium decks
Collaborative group
Snifter part
Oscar actress Penlope
Off-road ride, for short
Predatory dolphin
An Obama daughter
Diagnostic device (1895)
Potent potable (c. 1690)
Make less stressful
Carpentry joint part
Stand for a conference room
Nat __ (cable channel)
Makeup mishaps
No longer in bed
Flat-topped land
Have title to
What patches cover
Comic actor Rogen
Julius Caesar conquest
Makes angry
Add herbs to
Lawyers' org.
Spinning slowly, as a fan
Make blissful
Anecdotal tales
Strong adhesive (1942)
Windshield material (1903)
Go nowhere
Leave undisturbed
Where the Gobi is
Stew holder
Blissful place
Lengthy story
'Coal Miner's Daughter' singer
From now on
Train track
Pulitzer Prize category
Advice from a dietitian
Color variations
Bouncy toy (1940s)
How all the theme answers were invented or discovered
Bart's bus driver
San Antonio landmark
In between ports
'Add to that . . .'
Gourd family fruit
Climb aboard
Bringing up the __ (in last place)
Insect stage after larval
Boxing match venue
'Ghostbusters' goo
Frat letters
Shakespearean prince
Right-angle shapes
Get __ on (learn about)
Choral contingent
Black, to poets
Airplane's front
Whom sitters sit
Glide on snow
Deep-dish dinner
Wed on the run
Overindulgent one
Food for birds
Standard practice
Ballet attire
Foldaway furniture
Eventful period
Bank statement no.
HBO talk show host
Chef's spice
Action film scenes
'Ten Commandments' pharaoh
Logging-camp gear
Airport shuttle
Bouquet holder
False front
Frozen waffle brand
For a second time
Juan Ponce de __
Century fraction
'What's the harm __?'
Respectful refusal
Dish for dinner
Bit of glitter
Toddler's ice cream term
Refusing to listen
Concert venue
On a grand scale
Share a border with
Western wine region
Awkward one
Make off with
Lather producer
Estimate follower
Home on a branch
Haunted-house dcor
Handicrafts website
Driver's license datum
Yang's counterpart
'The Father of India'
Toward the start
Refuse to obey
Empty space
Auto inflatable
Select group
Nick of films
Philippine island
Speeder detector
London-born singing star
Smart society
Fur-trading tycoon
West Point mascot
Footnote notation
Prefix like aer-
Time gone by
Read rapidly
Country singer Tillis
Big boss, for short

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