Newsday Crossword November 5 2023 Answers (11/5/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for November 5 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Our Newsday Crossword November 5, 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 November 5, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the Newsday Crossword on 11/5/23, 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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Bird feeder contents
Bucolic fields
Central part
Sorority letter
Antique, quaintly
She, in Seville
Poetic tributes
Password partner
Captain's commentary
Albania's capital
Essential part
Deficit indicator
Connects with
''That's a fact''
Fr. holy woman
List shortener
Write-__ (some votes)
Slangy show biz suffix
Peruvian ancestor
Kitchen raider
Islamic sect
Police dept. rank
Complain in vain
All-Star Game honor
Big and strong
Have hopes (to)
Nautical assent
Copyeditor's catch
Church balcony
Brit's trailer
Arizona neckwear
Receiving guests
Caribbean capital
Change as necessary
Where directors meet
French painter of ballet scenes
Was near depletion
Critic's voice in ''Ratatouille''
Coliseum, for instance
Most populous city of Pakistan
Roasting rod
Spy-fi plot element
Skating surface
Sign up
Bad habits
Boston baseballers, briefly
In the manner of
Whacks some weeds
North TX campus
2022 World Cup city
Before, in poems
Spanish article
ICU pros
Superlative ending
Uncool one
Add value to
Halifax, Nova __
Port structures
Slightest trace
Republic of China
Star Trek ''catchphrase'' that was never spoken
Utility bill enclosure
Brown rival
Lasting mark
Plum family fruit
Scrapes by, with ''out''
Disk-drive prefix for bytes
Migratory seabird
The sun's name
Marrying in haste
Most ultra-innovative
Balance sheet listing
Astrological feline
Rockies grazers
Alaskan islander
Wine with fruit slices
''Garfield ''dog
Oboist's supply
Double-curve shape
Guitar ancestor
Digressive remark
Has earned
Local bank executive
Soft tennis shot
Oral health org.
''If only I were . . .''
Poke fun at
76 Across contemporary
Carol contraction
Carrot-nose ''Frozen'' character
Port near St. Pete
Certain creative workshop
Temple scroll
Trellis climber
Chimp, e.g.
City near Osaka
Corner PC key
The Silver State
Sort of ski lift
Star Wars series sage
Trunk muscle strengthener
Mortgage insurance agcy.
Lawn Boy competitor
Fends off
Retail outlets
Summer hrs. in the Rockies
Cupid alias
Memo directive
Green shade
Self-focused period
Hopes to get
Black Sea peninsula
Pocus partner
Modern ''More or less''
Dove's sound
Teapot topper
Make well
Unfamous folks
Gas bill measure
Annual gathering
Tracking device
Shade of gray
Fell in flakes
Maze marking
Adjust slightly
Blackjack card
Barnyard perch
Very keen on
In good shape
Train for a bout
Bronze, in part
Parting word
Mexican Mrs.

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