Crossword Explorer Paraguay - Level 1444

Thank for choosing our site for all the Crossword Explorer Paraguay - Level 1444 Answers, Cheats and Solutions. This is the latest world in the last update by PlaySimple Games. On this update you will find unique crossword clues for you to solve. Chances are that some of the crossword clues will definitely be difficult for you to solve and you will need our help. This is the reason we have decided to share with you below all the Crossword Explorer Paraguay - Level 1444 Answers. You will be redirected to the appropriate game level after you click any of the crossword clues that we have shared with you.
If you are stuck or something is not working right then kindly contact us and we will be more than happy to help you out.

Paraguay - Level 1444

R
O
O
F
E
C
O
W
A
D
I
N
R
I
I
L
L
H
U
E
B
A
K
E
R
B
O
Y
S
A
S
S
L
A
A
D
E
B
T
A
M
I
D
S
T
E
N
E
M
E
N
T
O
E
A
P
A
B
A
T
M
A
N
R
E
T
U
R
N
S
L
O
U
A
W
E
O
N
O
T
U
B
I
N
A
F
E
W
E
E
N
Y
N
S
F
S
A
M
D
A
N
G
E
R
O
U
S
P
O
M
U
I
E
O
N
M
E
F
L
Y
E
R
E
S
E
A
M

1d. Bone near the diaphragm:

RIB

1a. Home covering above the attic:

ROOF

2d. "Based ___ true story": 2 wds.:

ONA

3d. Mork's planet in "Mork & Mindy":

ORK

4d. "Love ___," 1992 drama film starring Michelle Pfeiffer for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress:

FIELD

5d. "Old Macdonald" ending letters:

EIO

5a. Green prefix used with "system" or "friendly":

ECO

6d. Bonnie's partner in crime:

CLYDE

7d. "Full House" twins Mary-Kate and Ashley ___:

OLSEN

8d. "___ Lies Beneath," a 2000 supernatural horror film starring Michelle Pfeiffer for which she was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Actress:

WHAT

8a. Roll of bills:

WAD

9d. Land down under, for short:

AUS

10d. ___ Moines, Iowa's capital:

DES

11a. Cross inscription: Abbr.:

INRI

12a. Feeling sick:

ILL

13a. Color gradation:

HUE

14a. "The Fabulous ___," 1989 rom-com starring Michelle Pfeiffer that won her the Golden Globe award for Best Actress: 2 wds.:

BAKERBOYS

15d. Bob Marley was one, for short:

RASTA

16d. Stick passed in relays:

BATON

17a. Mule's dad:

ASS

18a. "___ note to follow sew..." ("Do Re Mi" lyrics): 2 wds.:

LAA

19a. Unpaid loan:

DEBT

20d. Another word for "boyfriend":

BEAU

21d. Embassy VIP, for short:

AMB

21a. In the center of:

AMIDST

22d. Happy ___ (McDonald's food combo):

MEAL

23d. "Vanish ___ thin air":

INTO

24a. WSW's opposite: Abbr.:

ENE

25a. Three Wise ___ (Magi):

MEN

26a. Tic-tac-___:

TOE

27d. A long, historical period of time:

ERA

28a. Shrink's organization: Abbr.:

APA

29d. Grad school mentor, for short:

PROF

30d. Actress Hathaway from "The Princess Diaries":

ANNE

31a. 1992 superhero film starring Michelle Pfeiffer who played the iconic Catwoman: 2 wds.:

BATMANRETURNS

32d. Audio-blocking button:

MUTE

33d. "Dallas" family name:

EWING

34d. It may be past, present or future:

TENSE

35d. Scatter seeds:

SOW

36a. "Walk on the Wild Side" singer Reed:

LOU

37a. In ___ (spellbound):

AWE

38a. "Warzone" artist Yoko ___:

ONO

39a. Bubble bath spot:

TUB

40d. ___ advantage (unfair):

UNDUE

41d. Via flight: 2 wds:

BYAIR

42a. "I'll be with you ___ moments": 3 wds.:

INAFEW

43d. The Jackson 5 hairdos:

AFROS

44d. Oscar equivalent for TV:

EMMY

44a. "___, meeny, miny, moe" (counting rhyme):

EENY

45a. Letters on a bounced check: Abbr.:

NSF

46d. Letters on a beach bottle:

SPF

46a. "I Am ___," a 2001 drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer who played the titular character's lawyer:

SAM

47d. One of the early Internet pioneers:

AOL

48a. "___ Liaisons," 1988 period drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer that won her the BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actress:

DANGEROUS

49d. Name change indicator:

NEE

50d. "___ Fine Day," 1996 rom-com starring Michelle Pfeiffer that won her the Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Actress:

ONE

51d. "The Slap" actress Thurman:

UMA

52d. Academic term, for short:

SEM

53a. When repeated, it's a cheerleader's prop:

POM

54a. Turnabout, slangily: Hyph.:

UIE

55a. "Drinks are ___": 2 wds.:

ONME

56a. Aviate, like a bird:

FLY

57a. Before, in sonnets:

ERE

58a. Clothing line?:

SEAM
2 votes, average: 3,00 out of 5 2 votes, average: 3,00 out of 5 2 votes, average: 3,00 out of 5 2 votes, average: 3,00 out of 5 2 votes, average: 3,00 out of 5 (2 votes, average: 3,00 out of 5)
Loading... Loading...

Go back to level list
Loading comments...please wait...
This website is not affiliated with the applications mentioned on this site. All intellectual property, trademarks, and copyrighted material is property of their respective developers.
Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Contact us
© 2020 - 2021 · Crossword Explorer