Premier Sunday Crossword November 5 2023 Answers (11/5/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Premier Sunday Crossword puzzle for November 5 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Our Premier Sunday Crossword November 5, 2023 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue.

The Premier Sunday Crossword November 5, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the Premier Sunday 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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Clue
Sailing guy
Dump vermin
Increased, as security
Singer with the 2018 hit “Let You Love Me”
Morales of “Bad Boys”
Still growing
Charms strongly
Pottery flaw
Cereal with a Honey Clusters variety
Start of a riddle
Reluctant
Suffix with ranch
Sty dweller
— Lankan
Reggae forerunner
Overhead railways
Riddle, part 2
Sell directly to consumers
Very secretive org.
Mysore dress
Completely
Old Palm smartphone
— -de-sac
Blasting stuff
Riddle, part 3
Old Pontiacs
Parks of civil rights
— monster
Flight check-in stand
Mob group
Likely
Riddle, part 4
“Monsters, —”
City known for its Heat
Clan emblem
— -mutuel betting
PC whiz
Watch over
Riddle, part 5
Frat party containers
Road no.
Emphatic assent in Acapulco
First play part
Horse pace
Saints’ and Cardinals’ gp.
Twangy vowel sounds
End of the riddle
“Prob’ly not”
Bagel fish
Britain’s Lord Sebastian —
Patterned after
Issa of “Insecure”
Neopagan practice
Riddle’s answer
Liqueur in some biscotti recipes
Nile goddess
Most lofty
Guys with pitches
Faxed, e.g.
Tempo faster than larghetto
Singer Julio or Enrique
Picnic intruders
Dawn crower
Free-for-all fighter
Opening for a lubricant, as in a drill
No less than
Razz
Change form little by little
Zone
Sadat’s predecessor
Intersect again
Wan
Slow-movement martial art
Suck out with a tube
Bully in “Back to the Future”
Go-between
Going aboard
Spenser’s “The — Queene”
Gigi’s “to be”
Band of two
Fancy vase
Baseball’s — Wee Reese
Video game or sci-fi film
Food items with shells
Fully content
Shoelace snarl
Carpenter’s curved tool
Grow feathers large enough for flight
Food item with a shell
Ill-bred guy
It’s ENE of Fiji
“Right back —!”
Gershwin or Levin
Poet like Keats
Disheveled
San — Obispo
Dispensers filled with bills
Disney World conveyance
Pueblo tribe
Legacy levy
Additionally
Old Iraqi political party
Like thick fog
Strike defier
Davis who was the 2018 major league home run leader
Atahualpa, e.g.
Sore, as a muscle
Weasel’s kin
Equipment
Ventilating
Be worthy of
The thing here
Neighbor of Windsor, Ont.
Remain unsettled
Luggage inspection org.
Weep noisily
Cavern effect
Drink like Sencha or matcha
Hard drinker
The thing there
Timberlands
Bella’s “Bye!”
Really old
Maker of crocodile-logo shirts
Tam-o’- — (Scottish cap)
Gain entry to
Alexander Pope’s “— to Abelard”
Chinese revolutionary Sun —
Bee juice
Ralph — Emerson
Bits of land in el agua
“So it is!”
USMC VIPs
Pointer
Baseball’s Robinson —
“— always say ...”
Badger
Indisposed

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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