Word Craze Level 419 – 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 419 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle )

Word Craze Level 419 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle ) Answers :

Word Craze Answers

Classic Puzzle :

Version 1 :

  • ______ Clarke played Daenerys Targaryen in HBO’s “Game of Thrones” : EMILIA
  • What is this animal doing? : DREAMING
  • To sign up for classes : ENROLL
  • Old, tile-based 4-player game developed in China and played all around Asia : MAHJONG
  • Vehicles rely on these massive machines under the hood to move : ENGINES
  • Single floored house : BUNGALOW
  • Container for powdery cigarette residue and buds : ASHTRAY
  • Yellow arcade icon who first appeared in 1980; eats dots and sometimes ghosts : PACMAN

Version 2

  • ______ Clarke played Daenerys Targaryen in HBO’s Game of Thrones : EMILIA
  • What is this animal doing? : DREAMING
  • To sign up for classes : ENROLL
  • Old, tile-based 4-player game developed in China and played all around Asia : MAHJONG
  • Vehicles rely on these massive machines under the hood to move : ENGINES
  • Single floored house : BUNGALOW
  • Container for powdery cigarette residue and buds : ASHTRAY
  • Yellow arcade icon who first appeared in 1980; eats dots and sometimes ghosts : PACMAN

Cross Puzzle :

  • Organized crime syndicate or an unrestrained crowd : MOB
  • Top-selling salsa artist Anthony : MARC
  • Three-layer cookie from Nabisco : OREO
  • Sleeping spots : BEDS
  • Breathe heavily, say after a long run : PANT
  • One in control of an airplane : PILOT
  • Change with the times : ADAPT
  • Clownfish in a 2003 Pixar film : NEMO
  • Newspaper half the size of its larger counterpart : TABLOID
  • Try a bite of : TASTE
  • Weekly news magazine that is the most widely circulated magazine of its kind : TIME
  • DIY furniture giants : IKEA
  • Big brand of faucets : MOEN
  • Dead-___ (road that leads to nowhere) : END
  • All men ___ created equal : ARE
  • Creative concept, symbolized by a light bulb : IDEA
  • Artist with hits like “Smack That” and “Right Now” : AKON
  • Color of tomato paste : RED
  • Mary had a little one : LAMB
  • What you plant to get a plant : SEED
  • Fashion magazine for women that has been in publication since 1886, and is often referred to by its shorter name : COSMOPOLITAN
  • What might grow on really old cheese : MOLD
  • Cross inscription : INRI
  • Too exaggerated, in texting terminology: Abbr. : OTT
  • She’s the ___ (soul mate) : ONE
  • Be nosy : PRY
  • Singer Collins, who was once the drummer and vocalist for Genesis : PHIL
  • Tee-___ (sound of a giggle) : HEE
  • The Vampire Diaries actor Somerhalder : IAN
  • Thin MacBook model : AIR
  • Snake seen in hieroglyphics : ASP
  • Acquire : GET
  • Fuel for a car : GAS
  • Utter fool : ASS
  • Muddy barnyard enclosure : STY
  • General-interest family magazine that has been in publication since 1920, and was the best-selling magazine till 2009: 2 wds. : READERSDIGEST
  • List-ender that means “…and others”: 2 wds. : ETAL
  • Extreme, as some measures : RADICAL
  • Gold-coated : GILT
  • Currency that you’ll spot while reading “money” backwards : YEN
  • Dance style that involves foot noises : TAP
  • ___ Bitsy Spider (nursery rhyme) : ITSY
  • Biological duplicate that is the subject of many sci-fi movies : CLONE
  • Dishonorable fellow : CAD
  • Getting on in years : AIL
  • Feel sick : AGING
  • The British ___ (Great Britain, Ireland, and many other smaller land masses) : ISLES
  • Rock and ___ : ROLL
  • Biweekly pop culture magazine that has been in publication since 1967 and shares its name with a legendary rock band: 2 wds. : ROLLINGSTONE
  • Another word for verbal or spoken : ORAL
  • Not any : NONE
  • Sounds good to me : OKAY
  • Long river running through Egypt : NILE
  • Give off, as radiation : EMIT
  • Brand of lawn mowers and snow blowers that is also the Spanish word for a “bull” : TORO
  • Casual buttonless shirt : TEE
  • Helix you may find in a heater or under your mattress : COIL
  • Sister of Khloe and Kourtney : KIM
  • Distinctive flair : ELAN
  • The Intern actress Hathaway : ANNE
  • Boxer whose name is an anagram of 38-Across : ALI
  • Lifestyle magazine with a palindromic name that means “she” or “her” in French : ELLE
  • A centipede can have hundreds of them : LEGS
  • As of ___ (so far) : YET

For the same game, I would also like to add additional and more info here:
Word Craze Level 420
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