Newsday Crossword October 1 2023 Answers (10/1/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Newsday Crossword puzzle for October 1 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Our Newsday Crossword October 1, 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 October 1, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the Newsday Crossword on 10/1/23, 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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Swampy places
Pass, as legislation
Upper-level digs
Show satisfaction
Cartoonist Guisewite
Vivacity, in music
Part of USNA
Water-cooler talk
Structures often near seesaws
Like certain waves
Prefix meaning ''spiral''
''Paradise Lost'' villain
Make watertight
''Li'l Abner'' cartoonist
Halloween decorations
Time in office
Least taxing
Novelist Zola
Per piece
Place for compromise
Mai __ cocktail
High-tech med. scanner
Prepare for takeoff
''The Lion King ''cub
S&L conveniences
Large body of ''eau''
About .035 ounces
Dollar, so to speak
Regatta entry
Removed suds
Pasture measures
Mauna __
Carpentry tool
Oil-drilling equipment
''Beauty and the Beast ''character
Appear that way
Violin pins
Paint layer
Immediately adjoining
Line of seats
Luggage carrier
''Let us know,'' initially
Luau souvenir
Airport alternative to JFK
Concords, for example
''Winning __ everything''
Frat letter
Go like hotcakes
Gazed upon
Makes the first move
Garth Brooks, by birth
Olympic symbol
Southwest scenery
Neutral tone
Reporter's reference
Armor, shields, etc.
Look forward to
Palm or pine
Trojan War epic
All fired up
Football plays
Long footrace, for short
Shelters with stakes
Microscope part
Worms and flies
Any Buddy Holly tune
Meir of Israel
Furtive movements
''Green'' prefix
Poet Ogden
Far from land
On ice
Hardly surprising
JFK's successor
Oklahoma sch.
Flounder propellers
''Julius Caesar'' costume
Moved furtively
Large wine bottle
Climbing plant
On the __ (fleeing)
Golf pro Ernie
Sticky stuff
Sgt.'s superiors
Bulk buy
Image consultant guy
Pen pals, perhaps
Young ladies
Alpaca relatives
Kitchen appliances
Vague quantity
Sousaphone, e.g.
Tube trophy
Neck of the woods
Pie chart, e.g.
Finger or toe
Curiosity rover launcher
Wreck completely
Single-strand molecule
African snakes
''The Planets'' composer
TV chef Paula
Move slowly
Baseball execs.
Take forcibly
Creaks and squeaks
Tricolor pooch
Neutral tone
Producer/director brothers' surname
Techie's campus hangout
Dinghy movers
Calendar notation: Abbr.
Ceramic squares
Sports bar fixture
Shoulder muscle, for short
Warehouse platforms
Glitzy, briefly
Cheese dish
Gallery event
Not sanctioned
''Airport'' actor Van
Garage job
Bumstead's nickname
Glossy fabric
Once more
Not a pedigreed pooch
Word on Irish euro coins
Numerical datum
Seesaw complement
Go off course
Room for relaxation
''A spider!''
Mormons' grp.

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