The clue "Unflappable" was last spotted by us at the NewsDay.com Crossword on January 24 2019.

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We found 7 possible solutions for the Unflappable clue.

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"Unflappable" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Universal September 19 2021 STOIC
LA Times October 30 2020 SEDATE
LA Times April 14 2020 STOIC
LA Times April 10 2020 COOL
LA Times March 30 2019 STOIC
NewsDay.com January 24 2019 STOLID

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NewsDay.com Clues January 24, 2019

Criticize, so to speak
Averse to mixing
Ulla in ''The Producers''
Sushi bar serving
With 27 Across, dilemma-bound
Dragon's retreat
Rockies grazer
Email duplicates
Weariness, from French
Peanut sauce cuisine
Post-blizzard wear
See 14 Across
Biological blueprints
Frilly wrap
PIN taker
Family guy
A Magic Kingdom neighbor
With 55 Across, dilemma-bound (from the ''Odyssey'')
Valhalla bigwig
Behind schedule
Exodus high spot
Inflation no.
Not just my
Poetic period
See 43 Across
Wine cooler
With 65 Across, ''deep'' locale
EPA-__ Hwy MPG
Was ahead
Stable meal
See 61 Across
Coin of Minsk
''In other words . . .''
Asset for some antiques
Many a line on a DC map
Enlightenment movement
Momentous period
Mild oath
Buffalo cousin
Twisted, as towels
Breadings, for instance
Top-job sharer
Endmost part of an aircraft
That bunch
Crunchy lunch, for short
Aesopian saver
Class contingent
Jazz genre
Punditry in print
Middle of some plays
Bad habit
Elite school, informally
Antonym of ''lack''
Current St. Paul setting
Elevate oneself
Snuck past, perhaps
DEA type
Current-entry points
Result (from)
Very quick, in brand names
Before now
Feel unsound
''Game of Thrones'' airer
Taking after
Getting-nowhere spot
Verbal nod