Premier Sunday Crossword March 31 2024 Answers (3/31/24)

Here are all of the answers to today's Premier Sunday Crossword puzzle for March 31 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Our Premier Sunday Crossword March 31, 2024 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue.

The Premier Sunday Crossword March 31, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the Premier Sunday Crossword on 3/31/24, 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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Clue
Give a right to
Eye narrowly
Choir songs
Dog collar attachments
Ends of bridal paths
See 1-Down
Refrigerator, stove or dryer
Warship fleet
Over yonder
Designer Gucci
Lhasa — (little dogs)
Mega Stuf cookies
This second
Legendary figure in a 1999 horror film
Azaleas are members of it
Not quite
Dutch beer
— the line (obeyed)
Sturdy tree
Slimy gunk
Shaft of light
Common allergy trigger
Condiment spicier than its yellow cousin
On — with (similar to)
Big name in dog food
Born
TV announcer Don
Riddle
Strep-treating doc
Person giving out prizes
Eight of their last names are featured in this puzzle
Egg-hiding holidays
Gridiron stats
Punctual
Sominex or Unisom rival
Passing vote
As many as
Big lamb cut
Common weed of North America
Universal donor blood type, in brief
Shark feature
Ending for alp or salt
Architect I.M. —
Red Sea canal
Get there
Hive house
Suburb of Minneapolis
June bugs, by another name
Poetic “always”
Yule songs
Post-teen
Squeaks (out)
Ticked (off)
Spring back
Kentucky Derby venue
“Little Women” author
Wanness
Cry upon getting there
Joined (up)
Baby hooters
Vain person’s lack
With 22-Across, film “nightmare” locale
Teachers’ gp.
— Mahal
Equal: Prefix
Walloped
Foliage bit
Barcelona’s land, to natives
Bud
Director Kazan
Plus others: Abbr.
Music genre for TLC
Chachi’s last name on “Happy Days”
Mao — -tung
Free TV ad, for short
Drink inserts
Target of antiperspirant
Minimal
Bordeaux wine
Secret store
Grads’ event
Fictional Scarlett
Plan a new route for
Cushy class
Mel the Giant
Jokester
Solo
Mosque officiant
Streaming set-top box
Viral misery
Soft throws
“— out!” (ump’s call)
“Death Be Not Proud” poet
Avant- —
Mandate
Smells
Exhales wistfully
Pack firmly
Cleaning tool in a bucket
Muscle jerk
More citrusy, say
Mary Lou of gymnastics
One suffering for a belief
Atom studier Bohr
Leb. neighbor
911 gp.
Susan of “Spring Fever”
Nintendo console
1974 dog film
Artificial silk
“Orange — New Black”
Thoughts
Taken with
“Two Guys and —”
Operated
In flames
Courteous
Midleg joints
Sheriff Taylor’s tyke
Mess-free
Take to court
Jug handle
Pa’s pa
Last letter
’16 Olympics site
Flowering
Small dress size
Cowboy’s whoop
— pot (sinus cleaner)
Early tourney round
Safin who won tennis’ 2000 U.S. Open
She sang the hit “Hello”
New Mexico’s state flower
Brain protector
— Stanley Gardner
“Nae” sayer
Red Muppet
Inc., abroad
U.S. Navy noncom
Divs. of days
Lyric verse
Film director Craven
Little peeve
Hog hangout

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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