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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.

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New York Times
Latest Puzzle:
July 5 2022
LA Times
Latest Puzzle:
September 30 2021
Universal
Latest Puzzle:
July 5 2022
USA Today
Latest Puzzle:
July 5 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:
July 5 2022
Daily Pop Crosswords
Latest Puzzle:
July 5 2022
Crossword Champ
Latest Puzzle:
July 5 2022
Penny Dell
Latest Puzzle:
July 5 2022

New York Times puzzle July 05, 2022

Swimmer's set
Word with dressing or days
*Workplace for the Seven Dwarfs
Way out
Mental picture
Head of state in Qatar
As well
Weighted with freight
Covid-19, slangily
*Like daredevils, seemingly
Nuts and bolts drawer?
Desires
*Little one in arms
Reach for greedily
Differ
*Visibly embarrassed
Caramel-filled candy
*Void
One in a cast
Mischievous creature of folklore
Formerly the largest country in Africa, but since 2011 the third-largest
*Get over a minor injury, say
Basis for a lawsuit
Apiece
Way out
Things made by doctors and bartenders
Planted for future reaping
Pile
Look a little here, a little there
*Start of a classic breakup letter
___ Gagarin, first person in space
Take stealthily, informally
Orchestral instrument with a bell key
Singing snowman in Disney's "Frozen"
Unit in a birth announcement
Influence that's often unconscious
Sing loudly, with "out"
Encouraged
Send nude pics, maybe
Symbol over the "i" in the Tropicana logo
Part of a drivetrain
City with a famous tower
Perfect, as a romance
Element of doubt?
Accumulate
Boys
Grow older
Southernmost part of Scandinavia
Become one
"That's my cue!"
What all Alaska ZIP codes start with
The "E" of Q.E.D.
Meadowland
Deep chasm
Canada's oldest national park
Understand
La ___-Posay (skin-care brand)
Place to say "I do"
Display from a knight
Household gas that may require mitigation
Virtual greeting
Fender bender reminders
Divulge
Well-orchestrated ruses
Second attempts
"Much obliged"
Lost control, informally
Sculler's need
Taylor ___, some of whose hit songs are featured in the answers to the starred clues
Ergo
"We won't be serving alcohol, but …"
Something a renegade may break or ignore
Spoken
Tiny bell sound
New York theater award
Abominable Snowman (probably)
Hornet's home
"___ Song," 2007 hit that begins "I was ridin' shotgun with my hair undone"

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