Got an A on

The clue "Got an A on" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on November 23 2018.

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We found 4 possible solutions for the Got an A on clue.

Possible Solution

A C E D

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"Got an A on" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Crosswords With Friends August 11 2019 ACED
Penny Dell - Hard February 2 2019 ACED
Wall Street Journal November 23 2018 ACED

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Wall Street Journal Clues November 23, 2018

"Sounds cool, Daddy-O"
Educator Escalante
Disappointing thing
Hue
Steer clear of
List of options
Bart Starr was its MVP (1967)
Base counterpart
Rodeo creator
Hotel involved in a resignation (1974)
Lepidopterist's tool
Blog feed letters
Meteor or planet ending
A bit of pasta?
Miracle cures
Attack carried out with 353 aircraft (1941)
Sixth Man of the Year Award org.
Has
Whirlpool competitor
Emails with no vowels?
Be worth it
Its first delivery went from St. Joseph, Missouri, to San Francisco (1860)
Gives for safekeeping
Tax-deferred shelter
Relaxed sighs
Grazed on
Inaccurate
New Jersey air station where the Hindenburg crashed (1937)
Studio support
"High Rollers" rapper
21-year-old executed as a spy (1776)
Paris green
Plan to win hearts and minds, maybe
Watch creepily
Helms and Harris, for two
Toy storage
Votes for
Basketball announcer's phrase
Soak
Feedback
"Cut it out already!"
Zinger
States for the record
Governor Kim Reynolds's domain
Jazzman Jackson
Jackie, in "Nurse Jackie"
Vice
Kelvin or second, e.g.
"Brah"
Tricky business
Country
Bellow
Average guys
___ Fields (cookie chain)
Aims to feed (on)
Deft
Sartre play
Introductory info
Get fresh with
Holy Roman
McGregor of "Christopher Robin"
"Who's interested?"
Coulda been, maybe
Nursing ___ (new mom's garment)
Give a shove
Make oneself pretty
Butler with a mustache
Eldest of a literary trio
County of Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri
Guy
Heads for the hills
Undetonated
Got an A on
Impolite, perhaps
Too quick
Issue for an ophthalmologist
Call of the sea
Befitting