Permissible under Islamic law, as food NYT Crossword Clue

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Clue & Answer Definitions

  • PERMISSIBLE (adjective)
    1. that may be permitted especially as according to rule
    2. that may be accepted or conceded
  • ISLAMIC (adjective)
    1. of or relating to or supporting Islamism

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