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Featuring some of the most popular crossword puzzles, XWordSolver.com uses the knowledge of experts in history, anthropology, and science combined to provide you solutions when you cannot seem to guess the word.

In addition to popular crosswords, we also like to experiment with some hipster platforms and categories. Some of them are popular newspapers, some are daily crossword apps, and some are miscellaneous publications that we think are cool.
Our determination to update this list every day has made xwordsolver.com as a key resource to current and past puzzles.

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New York Times
Latest Puzzle:
June 12 2021
LA Times
Latest Puzzle:
June 12 2021
Latest Puzzle:
August 5 2019
USA Today
Latest Puzzle:
August 5 2019
Wall Street Journal
Latest Puzzle:
September 15 2020
Eugene Sheffer
Latest Puzzle:
January 3 2020
Thomas Joseph
Latest Puzzle:
January 3 2020
Latest Puzzle:
June 12 2021
Crosswords With Friends
Latest Puzzle:
June 12 2021
Daily Pop Crosswords
Latest Puzzle:
June 12 2021
Crossword Champ
Latest Puzzle:
June 12 2021
Penny Dell
Latest Puzzle:
June 12 2021

New York Times puzzle June 12, 2021

One with a train, maybe
Stick around on July 4?
Lincoln, for one
Middle name of the writer born Nelle Lee
Regulator of IUDs
Prefix with -graph
Prefix with -graph
Hotel room extra
"Star Trek" catchphrase
Nursing ___
Carefully exiting a parking space, say
Fragrant rice
Zooms past
Dendrogram, more familiarly
Hit below the belt
Part of P.S.T.: Abbr.
Comes around, say
Do nothin'
"How Long ___ Black Future Month?" (N. K. Jemisin short-story collection)
Word with secret or source
Order for a big party, maybe
"There's no hope for me now"
Kind of flour used in marzipan
Elbows, e.g.
It covers the field
Minute, informally
Cause of an uptick in Scottish tourism beginning in 1995
Like albums that include bonus tracks, often
"Let's see what you've got"
They might go for a few bucks
Overthrow, e.g.
Tied the knot
Sponsor of Usain Bolt
___ distance
Setting for a meet cute
Retailer originally named the S. S. Kresge Company
Do nothing
Just got (by)
What those with protanomaly have difficulty seeing
Word uttered while pointing
Like eggshells
Very low stake?
Acropolis, e.g.
___ de los Reyes
Hold together with duct tape, maybe
Orchestra that performs an annual Fireworks Spectacular
First and last name of Rihanna
___ Raisman, second-most-decorated Olympic gymnast in U.S. history
Fruit that's a major Chinese export
Best-selling K-pop group
Org. with operations
Obelix's friend in comics
Some Spanish titles
Home of the Strat, the tallest observation tower in the U.S.
Some calculations in 40-Down
Actor ___ Benson Miller
Numbers game
Ingredient in some gel face masks
Puck, for one
San Francisco's ___ Hill
Asexual, informally

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