Pond duck

The clue "Pond duck" was last spotted by us at the Eugene Sheffer Crossword on November 19 2019.

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Possible Solution

T E A L

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Eugene Sheffer Clues November 19, 2019

Angelic instrument
Danson of "Cheers"
Beach crawler
Athletic shoe brand
Yale grad
Wander
Visually interprets words
"So be it"
Business card no.
Comedian Joan
Breakfast strip
Rubik's baffler
Flair
Olympic skating gold medalist Tara
Napkin's place
St. — (Caribbean vacation spot)
Standard
Pretends to sing
"Toodle-oo!"
Forum wear
Trumpet inserts
Flashing disco light
— Lancelot
From the U.S.
Tube in a makeup kit
Nerd's kin
Bathroom, to a Londoner
Chorus syllables
andandandand
Picnic crasher
Send forth
"2001" computer
Bird (Pref.)
Wardrobe malfunction
Dolly of "Steel Magnolias"
Pond duck
Days of yore
Throws into turmoil
Cowardly
The Eternal City
Declare
Stein and Stiller
Poetic dusk
Nile bird
End-of-round sound
Jai —
Dogpatch creator
About, date-wise
Frank of "Frost/Nixon"
Lovers' quarrel
Actress Winslet
Nest egg choices
Informal party request (Abbr.)
Wading birds
Swimming reptile
Wrong (Pref.)
Long tale
Fed. agents
Clarinet insert
Espy
Charged bit
Cartesian conclusion
Roman 151
"Krazy —"