Category: Daily Celebrity
10-October-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Daily Crossword Puzzle Answers

  1. "That's more than I wanted to know!”: Abbr.
  2. Uncluttered
  3. Make a mistake
  4. She sang the theme for the 1977 James Bond film "The Spy Who Loved Me”: 2 wds.
  5. Valuable rock
  6. On the ___ to ruin (heading downhill)
  7. "___'s the word” ("Don't say anything”)
  8. Quite fitting
  9. Car company that makes the Pilot SUV
  10. Murphy who voiced Donkey in "Shrek”
  11. "The Great Muppet ___” (1981 movie)
  12. Stage manager on "The Muppet Show”
  13. Nat ___ Wild (TV channel that airs "Animal Fight Night”)
  14. More unusual
  15. Feeling of rage
  16. Wake up
  17. Chops down with an axe
  18. Singer with the new album "Dancing Queen”
  19. Urgent care areas of hospitals: Abbr.
  20. Pessimistic Wall Street trader
  21. Britney Spears's record label
  22. Perform in a play
  23. Blu-ray item
  24. Apiece
  25. Jost's coanchor on "Weekend Update” on "SNL”
  26. Get a peek at
  27. A piano has 88 of them
  28. Close a deal with a buyer
  29. ___ carte: 2 wds.
  30. "___ Just Not That Into You” (2009 rom-com)
  31. Temporary calm period
  32. Outbreak on a teenager's face
  33. Find a purpose for
  34. Painter's stand
  35. "___ and Janis” (comic strip)
  36. Shirt you might buy as a concert souvenir
  37. Opposite of inner
  38. "Wynken Blynken and ___” (children's poem)
  39. ___ in the Pants (kids' game)
  40. Singer nominated for a 2018 Grammy for "Never Give Up”
  41. Tease
  42. They sang the theme for the 1985 James Bond film "A View to a Kill”: 2 wds.
  43. Travelocity's "roaming” mascot
  44. Bully in the comic strip "Calvin and Hobbes”
  45. Trucker's big rig
  46. "Love ___ You're With” (1971 hit song): 2 wds.
  47. "O Brother Where Art ___?” (2000 movie)
  48. Kentucky or Illinois for example
  49. Annual television awards
  50. Handbooks
  51. "Now I get it!”
  52. Apply a small amount of like concealer
  53. Operatic number
  54. Stringed instrument from the Renaissance
  55. He sang the theme for the 1973 James Bond film "Live and Let Die”: 2 wds.
  56. Speck
  57. Minor dispute
  58. Bread that often has caraway seeds
  59. Cracklin' ___ Bran (Kellogg's cereal)
  60. Symbols in many movie reviews
  61. "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” author Angelou
  62. "Don't bite off more than you can ___”
  63. Word that can go after "panic” or "asthma”