Narrow cut

The clue "Narrow cut" was last spotted by us at the NewsDay.com Crossword on November 29 2018.

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We found 6 possible solutions for the Narrow cut clue.

Possible Solution

S L I T

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"Narrow cut" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
New York Times August 13 2019 SLIT
NewsDay.com July 2 2019 SLIT
Crosswords With Friends February 25 2019 SLIT
Thomas Joseph January 21 2019 SLIT
NewsDay.com November 29 2018 SLIT

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NewsDay.com Clues November 29, 2018

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Where props are displayed
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