Fortune

The clue "Fortune" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on May 7 2019.

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Possible Solution

L O T

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Wall Street Journal Clues May 07, 2019

Offer mortgages
Breed in Buckingham Palace
Cafeteria carrier
To ___ (perfectly)
Deck out
Can't stand
Like high school dances
Red-coated cheese
Dine at a friend's
Pot, cups, saucers and the like
It smells
Variety of orange
Fuming
___ Aviv
Hitchhiker's hope
Fuel from a bog
Guanaco's cousin
Whiz
Non-Jew
Cyclotron bit
Simple doorstop
Flew
Dark mark
Calf setting
Put out
Venezuelans' neighbors
Apprehends
How some dumb things are done
Prickly plants
Temperate
Villainous
End for kitchen or luncheon
Love, Italian-style
Naturalness
Meg of "When Harry Met Sally..."
ZzzQuil alternative
Misrepresent
Feature of many wedding gowns
Hawke of film
"Cool!"
Account addition
Meticulousness
Spray target
Youngest of the Weasley brothers
"Lady Bird" writer-director Gerwig
Start a new paragraph, perhaps
Groundbreaking Pink Floyd album
Missile tracker
Pole Position company
Saudi Arabia neighbor
Anon's partner
"Set Fire to the Rain" singer
Cornish pasty, e.g.
Imitate
Column next to the ones
Jurist's concern
Bar need
Supplied with sustenance
Knots
Suffer
Cattle call
Lowly worker
Davis of "Thelma & Louise"
Mormon Church initials
Cheer
John and Paul, once
Leipzig language
Golden rule word
Pyle of TV
Accord
Site of 1945's "Argonaut Conference"
Squalid
Hardly hospitable
Have a feeling
"I, Claudius" role
First name in stunts
Fret
Fortune