Word Craze Level 306 – Answers

This is where I thought interesting to compile all the links that may help your navigation through the game. You Will find in this topic the answers of Word Craze for the following solved level : Level 306 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle )

Word Craze Level 306 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle ) Answers :

Word Craze Answers

Classic Puzzle :

Version 1 :

  • In baseball, a runner must touch ____ ____ to score a run : HOMEPLATE
  • Black-clad Sith lord with intimidating breathing : DARTHVADER
  • Michael Jordan is an all-time great of this sport : BASKETBALL
  • What is this dining area? : FOODCOURT
  • A seer might use one of these to see your future : CRYSTALBALL
  • A way to decide the winner when the scores are the same : TIEBREAKER
  • What pieces of armor are these? : GAUNTLETS
  • On a battlefield, this role was important for both morale and identifying an army’s affiliation : FLAGBEARER
  • Available in paper or plastic : GROCERYBAGS

Version 2

  • Which Australian rock band has these words in its song titles? : ACDC
  • Major road for fast driving : HIGHWAY
  • Opposite of heaven : HELL
  • ____ to the Future, Michael J. Fox : BACK
  • Chess piece color : BLACK
  • Jingle _____ jingle _____ jingle all the way… : BELLS
  • Detonation substance, for short : TNT

Cross Puzzle :

  • Informal way of addressing a young boy, often used by Wolverine : BUB
  • Public mode of transportation : BUS
  • to consume or take something from a limited supply : USES
  • Another term often used to describe the Boyfriend : BEAU
  • A crux situation where there is only one way out from : DOORDIE
  • Last month of the year : Abbr. : DEC
  • Major ingredient in Unagi sushi : EEL
  • Ingredient often used to thicken a sauce base : CREME
  • Going without any punishment : SCOT
  • Cuss : SWORE
  • Currency of Ghana : CEDI
  • Double stuffed cookie : OREO
  • Place that Ayelet Zurer the actress was born in : TEL
  • Put into action : USE
  • AFC Ajax manager between 2010 – 2016 : BOER
  • Male / Female body part : BREAST
  • A time in the past : WERE
  • A smaller version of an ocean : SEA
  • A person that is often looked at as someone to follow in the footsteps of : 2 wds. : ROLEMODEL
  • Way to convey being unsure about something : MAY
  • With 19-Across, series of arcade games that requires saving the Princess in the Mushroom Kingdom : SUPER
  • Sequence of events that are put together expecting a specific outcome : PLAN
  • See 17-Across : MARIO
  • Young fellow : LAD
  • Place where the needle is threaded at : EYE
  • Card valued at either 11 or 1 in blackjack : ACE
  • Communication disorder that is a result of damage to the language parts of the brain : APHASIA
  • Phrase used to showcase a punch effect in comic books : POW
  • Shade : HUE
  • Graphic representation often displayed in galleries : ART
  • Dry fruit native to the Middle East and Western Asia : FIG
  • Popular xmas tree variety : FIR
  • Hurricane that swept through Portions of North America in September 2008 : IKE
  • A valuable stone : GEM
  • Series of first-person shooter video games whose latest instalment is “Global Offensive” : Hyph. : COUNTERSTRIKE
  • When glass breaks into multiple pieces : SHATTER
  • To link one onto another : TETHER
  • The place that wasn’t built in a day : ROME
  • The name for a female sheep : EWE
  • Rule in mathematics, that can be proved by reasoning, and is often expressed using formulae : THEOREM
  • Tiny vegetable in a pod : PEA
  • Long shorts : PANTS
  • The time when credits to a movie are often shown : END
  • To put together with something else : ADDTO
  • Piece of technology that gives immediate access to cash from one’s bank account : ATM
  • Majestic (rhymes with “band”) : GRAND
  • Adhesive that holds things together : GLUE
  • Rough exterior of certain fruits : RIND
  • Stealer’s crime : THEFT
  • To get extremely angry about : FUME
  • Olden designation often given to old Slavic monarchs : TSAR
  • Two people, who have never met before, on a romantic outing : 2 wds. : BLINDDATE
  • The test that lawyers have to clear before being able to practice law : BAR
  • Matter whose major components are N2, O2, CO2 and H2O : AIR
  • Country Donald Trump is the president of : USA
  • Month beginning with Fools’ Day, for short : APR
  • Mother’s sister : AUNT
  • A way to denote levels, often used while describing railway coaches : TIER
  • A geographic tool used to navigate the earth : MAP
  • The main bird from the Angry Birds game; Plural : REDS
  • The government department in the US dealing with Children and Families : ORR
  • Go wrong : ERR

For the same game, I would also like to add additional and more info here:
Word Craze Level 307
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