Totally in the dark? NYT Crossword Clue

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Totally in the dark? Crossword Clue Answer is…

UNLIT (14A)

This clue last appeared in the NYT Crossword on July 11, 2024. If you need help with other clues, head to our NYT Crossword July 11, 2024 Hints page. You can also find answers to past NYT Crosswords. If you need the answers for the NYT Mini Crossword for July 11, 2024, we have them as well.

Today's NYT Crossword Answers

# Clue
28A Place for a peel
29A Player one?
51A Disney toon originally called Dippy Dawg
52A Musicians of the Middle Ages
5D How latkes are cooked
24D Sunak of British politics
32D Staple of classical Greek architecture
42D Standard for evaluation
46D Channel guides?
47D Counting devices of old
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Clue & Answer Definitions

  • UNLIT (adjective)
    1. not set afire or burning
    2. without illumination
  • TOTALLY (adverb)
    1. to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole’ is often used informally for `wholly’)

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