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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.
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New York Times
Latest Puzzle:
January 26 2022
LA Times
Latest Puzzle:
September 30 2021
Universal
Latest Puzzle:
January 26 2022
USA Today
Latest Puzzle:
January 26 2022
Wall Street Journal
Latest Puzzle:
September 15 2020
Eugene Sheffer
Latest Puzzle:
January 3 2020
Thomas Joseph
Latest Puzzle:
January 3 2020
NewsDay.com
Latest Puzzle:
September 22 2021
Crosswords With Friends
Latest Puzzle:
January 26 2022
Daily Pop Crosswords
Latest Puzzle:
January 26 2022
Crossword Champ
Latest Puzzle:
January 26 2022
Penny Dell
Latest Puzzle:
January 26 2022

New York Times puzzle January 26, 2022

Lettuce often used in lettuce wraps
Guest essays
Major oil acronym
Blend of black tea, honey, spices and milk
Packed, like a ship with cargo
Language of Pakistan
First part of a message suggested by this puzzle's circled letters
Cloak-and-dagger sort
Hypotheticals
Wall St. debut
Site of a legend
One with a venomous bite
Many a Jul. 4 party
Second part of the message
Against
Old Toyota coupe
Dear's rhyming partner
"The Simpsons" prankster
Root beer treat
Z, in Athens
Eldest von Trapp daughter
Minecraft block made from gunpowder and sand
Sega hedgehog
Lead-in to "long"
Last part of the message
Vegan milk source
Plain
Genre similar to indie rock
Corrects
Manhattan district
___ alla vodka
Garden hose shape
Stratford's river
Cinder-to-be
Actress Hathaway
Parisian papa
Furnace/vent connectors
Chow
Includes secretly, in a way
Breakfast chain
Sacred Indian plant also called the strangler fig
Ginormous
German chancellor Scholz
Caresses
End of a college valedictorian's address?
Place to nosh on a knish
Like some decisions
Paris accord?
These women "rule" the dance floor
Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay
Brink
Kelly of morning TV
Keith of country music
Barely rains
"Bedtime for ___"
Studio sign
Beach bottle letters
Like pretzels and winter highways
Doesn't get fooled by
Not as messy
Came down with
5:1, e.g.
Fit
Borderline indecent
Fallon's late-night predecessor
Edible part of asparagus
Jabbered
Scornful looks
Ahead by a run
After-dinner coffee order
"Stat!"
The "heart" of "I [heart] N Y"
Avenger with a hammer
Taboo
Member of the Rat Pack
Coaster
Member of the ratite pack?
43-Down's network
Sports barrier ... or target

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