Premier Sunday Crossword December 31 2023 Answers (12/31/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Premier Sunday Crossword puzzle for December 31 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Our Premier Sunday Crossword December 31, 2023 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue.

The Premier Sunday Crossword December 31, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the Premier Sunday Crossword on 12/31/23, 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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Protestant denom.
Duel weapon
Blind — bat
Fiji neighbor
Acai, for one
Peel remover
Scanned ID on a pkg.
“Is that something that ought to worry me?”
Rembrandt or Rubens
Arafat’s gp.
Thurman of the screen
With it, once
“I Got a Name” singer Jim
Patient information document
Be a thespian
Discount vouchers
Wanna- — (copycats)
Coll. dorm overseers
Spanish “a”
Young miss
“I’m stepping away for just a sec”
Actress Bingham
“... boy — girl?”
Gut-punch response
On the whole
Embarrassed oneself while singing, in a way
Rubs clean
Spinning, archaically
Peru’s — Picchu
Suffix with 29-Down
Fifth-cen. pope
What “etc.” means
City sections
Android, e.g.
Some steel girders
Wise up
Always the wrong way to go about it
With 49-Down, miraculous biblical staff
Singer Yoko
Science advocate Bill
Spa treats for feet, for short
Tip of a boot
Org. for a periodontist
Pigs’ hangout
Female pig
Slithery fish
Left on one’s plate
In what way
More so
Lyricist Kahn
Slugger Maris, to pals
Actor Stephen
Psyching-out activities
Time to sing the tune suggested by the starts of 10 long answers in this puzzle
Co. name abbr.
Lott of politics
Highly skilled
Sporty car roofs
Stretch (out)
Twisty letter
Oom- — band
“I think,” to a texter
Add juice to, as an engine
Peruvian city near Lima
Honshu sash
Mow again
Serious plays
Bread type
Do a satire of
“Where’s —?”
Munic. law
Sleep-stage acronym
Storied vampire, for short
Striking thing to behold
Unit of area
Carrying out the task
Span. lady
Falling star
Prefix with puncture
Bend out of shape
Hush-hush govt. org.
Hailed ride
1993-2020 Supreme Court justice, for short
Dr. Oz’s first name
Over the entire shop, as a sale
“The — the limit!”
Lindsay of “Get a Clue”
See 89-Across
Youth org. with dens
“Permit Me Voyage” author James
Food dyes
Shipping dept. stamp
“Horton Hears —!”
Notes after mis
Tax evasion agt.
Very unusual
Analogy part
Tooted thing
Online auction site
Thesaurus compiler
Place — (participate on 70-Down)
Glow with joy
German city
Org. issuing nine-digit IDs
Final result
Chatters idly
Alternative to AOL or NetZero
Unit equal to about 31 grams
Astros, on scoreboards
Tacit “yes”
Rocker Brian
People taking oaths
From 1968 on, for tennis
A pair of
Born, in Nice
“Days of — Lives”
Pantry pest
Texas city of song
One packing things away
Puts forth
One little bite
Nuke, e.g.
Like hurricanes
Cairo’s land
Lady friend, in Le Havre
Mil. bigwigs
Meyers of “Dark Horse”
Tex- —
Brief sleep
Martians, e.g.
History unit
Corp. execs
Suffix with Siam

The Premier Sunday Crossword is a weekly crossword puzzle that is published in the Sunday edition of the New York Post. It is considered to be one of the largest Sunday crossword puzzles in the world, with over 70 clues and a challenging difficulty level.

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The Premier Sunday Crossword was first introduced in 2004, and has since become a popular pastime for crossword enthusiasts around the world. The puzzle is known for its creative and challenging clues, as well as its inclusion of a wide range of topics, from pop culture and current events to science and history.

One of the unique features of the Premier Sunday Crossword is its use of unusual grid shapes, which can sometimes make the puzzle even more challenging to solve. The puzzle is also known for its themed sections, which can add an extra layer of complexity to the solving experience.

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