___ Lee cakes

The clue "___ Lee cakes" was last spotted by us at the USA Today Crossword on January 5 2019.

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We found 4 possible solutions for the ___ Lee cakes clue.

Possible Solution

S A R A

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"___ Lee cakes" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
USA Today May 10 2019 SARA
LA Times March 25 2019 SARA
USA Today January 5 2019 SARA

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USA Today Clues January 05, 2019

Salary limits
Part of a drummer's kit
Be sweet on
Tempter with a pitchfork
Brian who co-wrote "Heroes" with David Bowie
Mix with a swizzle stick
"Beloved" novelist Morrison
"Ben-Hur" or "Troy"
"___ the season . . ."
Any of the Ivies
Long-winded sort
Find attractive
Sign of sorrow
Plant with fronds
RAV4 automaker
At lunch, say
Lap dog, informally
Ruth's retired number
Minuscule amounts
Word in cake mix ads
Arboreal dwelling
Pencil-and-paper game
Robert who played Quint
Johnny, the "Man in Black"
Cockpit readings
Grunts and groans
"___ fair in love . . ."
Pursuers of AWOLs
Abel who discovered New Zealand
Force out of office
Berry of "Cloud Atlas"
Fall off, as popularity
Vertical part of a stair
Cafeteria carrier
Plaything that's skipped
Yes' rock genre, for short
Gumbo veggie
Rooms with recliners, often
Plead innocent to
Big fuss
Airport queue vehicleend
High-speed scene
Deles' opposites
Crunchy lunch, for short
Quinn of "Elementary"
Debaters' focus
Engage in a cover-up, perhaps
Racetrack nail-biter
Rap sheet letters
___ Lee cakes
"Talk Radio" playwright Bogosian
Riverbank frolicker
Sax smaller than a baritone
___-bah (pompous sort)
Abrupt dissolution, as of a partnership
In short supply
Catchy part of a pop tune
Cookie with flower designs
Saintly aura
Lange of "Crashing"
SAT part
Sparkling wine town
Places to graze
Places to buy, sell and trade
Small town on a campaign trail
Afternoon receptions
Singer with the 2004 hit "Burn"
Bridge support
Sci-fi escape vehicles
Suitable for cacti
Tennis great Laver
When the NYSE bell is rung
Go ___ (flip out)
Add bling to
John on the Mayflower
Sycophant's reply
Common sign during a 1973 shortage
Smelling of suds