'See ya!'

The clue "'See ya!'" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on November 1 2018.

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"'See ya!'" in other crosswords:
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Eugene Sheffer December 4 2018 BYE
New York Times November 1 2018 TATA

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New York Times Clues November 01, 2018

'Cool beans!'
'See ya!'
'The Thin Man' role
*Branded candy with multicolored beans
*Idiom meaning 'guaranteed'
*Mr. Moneybags
*Small talk
*Sound of little feet
*Tycho Brahe contemporary
*Woman's young lover, in slang
3.3, give or take
A lot
Actress Campbell
Add to in haste
Bond girl in 2006's 'Casino Royale'
Bossed around
Bridge player's combo
Cary of 'The Princess Bride'
Chief agricultural export of Kenya
Close follower of a team?
Corrects, as an ID on Facebook
Debugging aid?
Deprive of courage
Did one leg of a triathlon
Dr. Seuss' real surname
Explorer whose name is a sport
Figure seen on the National Mall, informally
Frank Herbert's 'Dune' series, e.g
Girl in the fam
Groups on Noah's Ark
Ink stain, e.g
Like sandals
Louver feature
McGillin's ___ Ale House (historic Philadelphia tavern)
Neighbor of Tonga
Nocturnal affliction
One who might explain the birds and the bees
One-named French designer
Part of a steering system
Pet form of José
Picking up things?
Prefix with economics
Richly luxurious
River past Orsk and Orenburg
Scoundrel, in Britain
Scratch, say
Sea of Tranquillity, e.g
Shade of deep purple
Snake genus, or one of its members
Solidarity leader Walesa
Something you must be willing to leave?
Staple of ragtime music
Sticky stuff
Take a flier
Them's the breaks!
Uses a keyhole, perhaps
Visigoth vis-à-vis Rome
What you need to talk to a satellite
What's helpful to a degree?
Without a downside
Word in many Catholic church names
Writing on many a greeting card
___ Field, former home to the Houston Astros