James who sang "At Last"

The clue "James who sang "At Last"" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on January 15 2019.

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We found 4 possible solutions for the James who sang "At Last" clue.

Possible Solution

E T T A

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"James who sang "At Last"" in other crosswords:
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USA Today May 1 2019 ETTA
New York Times February 11 2019 ETTA
Wall Street Journal January 15 2019 ETTA

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Wall Street Journal Clues January 15, 2019

"The Bachelor" prop
Alpha or omega, e.g.
Really impresses
James who sang "At Last"
St. Teresa's home
Smell horrible
Comprehensive
Social media approvals
Jet-black
"Understand, undertaker?"
Do some self-grooming
___-hoo (chocolate drink)
"Rumble in the Jungle" victor
Down in the mouth
Not fem.
Atrocious
"Understand, snow plower?"
Hair raiser?
Gold, to Goya
Director Preminger
"Understand, statistician?"
Wipes the slate clean
___ Adams (Declaration of Independence signature)
Gullible one
Reggae kin
Spare tire filler
Hound or badger
"Understand, movie mogul?"
Residue bit
Duck down?
Semitransparent gem
City with a lot of dealings
Braugher of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"
Wee bit
Writes quickly
Deli hangings
Work group
Flinches, say
Senators' home
High
N.W.A rapper
Determine to be worth
"Ars Amatoria" poet
Collaborative site
Mournful poem
1991 Steve Martin rom-com
Soprano's solo
Argued
Mouse-spotting scream
Overhead expanse
Princess in Baum books
Parka part
It's not right
Enthusiastic about
Nae sayer?
Pratt of "Jurassic World"
Futuristic 1982 film
About half of all elephants
NYC cultural attraction
Plays for a fool
Employee discount, for one
Traffic cop?
Considerable size
Together
Royal dominions
Tina's "30 Rock" boss
Dazed state
Add fizz to
Major for many poli sci students
Yours of yore
Uncomplaining sort
They may be bruised
Icelandic saga
Sassy
Legendary Sixer, familiarly
Classic car