Word Craze Level 42 – 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 42 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle )

Word Craze Level 42 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle ) Answers :

Word Craze Answers

Classic Puzzle :

Version 1 :

  • What kind of American folk dance is this? : HOEDOWN
  • Energy drink advertised as giving you wings : REDBULL
  • Lacking both shoes and socks : BAREFOOT
  • Working past normal working hours : OVERTIME
  • A person who enjoys games of chance : GAMBLER
  • A time for a worker to rest, usually : WEEKEND
  • 90s TV show featuring heroic lifeguards running in slow motion : BAYWATCH
  • What sauce is this? : MUSTARD

Version 2

  • : SOMEONE
  • [Morph] Remove #1’s a bit to get the loneliest number : ONE
  • [Relational] Follower of #2 : TWO
  • [Anagram] To haul along behind you; the job of a tugboat : TOW
  • [Amend] Foot finger? : TOE
  • [Amend] What a golfer hits the ball off of : TEE
  • [Amend] Drink made from soaking leaves : TEA
  • [Amend] There’s no I in this group of people : TEAM
  • [Anagram] Primary source of protein for many people : MEAT

Cross Puzzle :

  • Weasley of “Harry Potter” : RON
  • Period of sleep when you see dreams (abbr.) : REM
  • Count ____ (“Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events” villain) : OLAF
  • Little Broken Hearts singer Jones : NORAH
  • ____ Musk, SpaceX founder : ELON
  • El ____ (warm ocean current) : NINO
  • _____ Antoinette, last queen of France : MARIE
  • Easter object that’s often hidden : EGG
  • Dracula’s sharp tooth : FANG
  • Another word for “a pig” : HOG

For the same game, I would also like to add additional and more info here:
Word Craze Level 43
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