Throw in

The clue "Throw in" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on March 31 2019.

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We found 16 possible solutions for the Throw in clue.

Possible Solution

A D D

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"Throw in" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Penny Dell - Medium March 26 2022 ADD
USA Today October 27 2021 ADD
Penny Dell - Medium March 25 2021 ADD
New York Times March 17 2021 ADD
Daily Pop Crosswords October 7 2020 ADD
NewsDay.com September 3 2020 ADD
Daily Pop Crosswords August 19 2020 ADD
Wall Street Journal June 12 2020 ADD
Penny Dell - Medium April 5 2020 ADD
Daily Pop Crosswords August 16 2019 ADD
USA Today July 25 2019 ADD
Daily Pop Crosswords July 20 2019 ADD
LA Times May 7 2019 ADD
Penny Dell - Medium April 5 2019 ADD
New York Times March 31 2019 ADD

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New York Times Clues March 31, 2019

Top 10-rated sitcom each season from 1972 to 1976
Chilling
Payment vouchers
Dugout propeller
Mexico City daily
Dish of cooked buckwheat
Site of a 2019 Trump/Kim meeting
___ hug
Moved stealthily, colloquially
Not a nice look
Pronounces breathily
Hearty pasta topping
Absolute truth
A singer can carry one
Some plumbing joints
Ask too-personal questions
Tailor's tool
Uses as a perch
Mold into something new
Historic San Francisco thoroughfare
___ y Plata (Montana's motto)
Aid in tapestry-making
Itinerant sorts
Outfits in the operating room
Stockholm stock unit
"Look at me - I did it!"
Precisely
Saint in a children's rhyme
___ Maria (coffee liqueur)
Sister in a children's story
Small pain
Upright building support
Travel group
Big name in 1950s politics
"Flowers" and "Sticky Fingers" for the Stones
Some Sunday broadcasting
Cakes and ___ (simple material pleasures)
Buncha
Hockey venues
Wonka portrayer
Rock band with the 1994 4x platinum album "The Downward Spiral," for short
Many Jazz fans
Elusive sort
Smooth-talking
___ Reader (quarterly magazine)
Prefix with scope
Bestow
"The Wonder Years" star
Goldman's partner in banking
Symbol of poverty
Unwieldy boat
Visited out of deference (to)
Bright light in inclement conditions
Doesn't bring up again, say
"Sad to say ..."
Go off
Dodgers broadcaster Hershiser
K-12
Casting choice
Colorless mode at a copy shop
Strong servings with dessert
Bit of dental work
Where the Firestone tire company was founded
"___ Beso" (Paul Anka hit)
Sharp
Bull ___
Tilted, in Stilton
Barbecue bone
Awful-smelling
Went back, as a tide
Like the Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan
Physician Franz who coined the term "animal magnetism"
Variant of a gene
Unsurprising people to show up
"Inside voices, please"
___ Lodge
"All right, why not"
With 90-Down, first woman to lead a major party in Congress
"Mm-hmm"
Narrator of "Evita"
Tremendous auditory pleasure, in slang
Drink after drink?
Trunk fastener
Not remotely
Traveler's holder of bathroom supplies
"Kind ___" (term of politeness)
Thickheaded
Playground comeback
Nevada senator Jacky
Sworn (to)
Fitting
Make a decision
New Mexico county or its seat
Hit sign
Wall St. professional
Hotel rollouts
"Look what I found!"
Schubert compositions
Burning the midnight oil
Dessert with a sugary syrup
Drake, for one
Something seen with a tiny flashlight
What cowboys are, in poker lingo
High praise
Home of Spelman College
Business transaction
Property recipient, legally
Related to pitches
Intensify, with "up"
Hall-of-Famer Musial
Like some porch chairs
Popular radio format
Farmer's concern
Turn sharply
John le Carré specialty
"No turning back now"
[See note]
List for charitable givers, for short
Sunscreen ingredient
Something removed when changing a tire
Pompous sort
Domino, familiarly
8/
Throw in
Former Indianapolis sports venue
See 7-Down
Pulsating
Analyzed
"Xanadu" band, briefly
Loose around the edges
Peak in Genesis
They have thick skins
Good supply
Outcast
Make blank
Legendary humanoid
Shapeless mass
Hacienda room
Mil. program discontinued in 1976
Head, in slang