Word Craze Level 431 – Answers

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Word Craze Level 431 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle ) Answers :

Word Craze Answers

Classic Puzzle :

Version 1 :

  • The R&B music genre stands for “______ and Blues” : RHYTHM
  • What is this winged Greek mythological creature? : HARPY
  • Little Red ____ Hood is the tale of little girl and a wolf : RIDING
  • An examination to discover the cause of someone’s death : AUTOPSY
  • Nathan Fillion starred as mystery novelist Richard _____ in the 2009 crime drama : CASTLE
  • The U.S. constitution guarantees every citizen fundamental ______ : RIGHTS
  • The act of giving to those in need : CHARITY
  • Levi _______ is a denim pioneer dating back to 1873 : STRAUSS
  • Oscar _____ was an Irish poet and playwright who wrote “The Picture of Dorian Gray” : WILDE

Version 2

  • The R&B music genre stands for ______ and Blues : RHYTHM
  • What is this winged Greek mythological creature? : HARPY
  • Little Red ____ Hood is the tale of little girl and a wolf : RIDING
  • An examination to discover the cause of someone’s death : AUTOPSY
  • Nathan Fillion starred as mystery novelist Richard _____ in the 2009 crime drama : CASTLE
  • The U.S. constitution guarantees every citizen fundamental ______ : RIGHTS
  • The act of giving to those in need : CHARITY
  • Levi _______ is a denim pioneer dating back to 1873 : STRAUSS
  • Oscar _____ was an Irish poet and playwright who wrote The Picture of Dorian Gray : WILDE

Cross Puzzle :

  • What corn kernels attach to : COB
  • ____: Miami (TV series) : CSI
  • Baseball Hall-of-Famer Mel : OTT
  • Mind one’s own __ : BUSINESS
  • Gluttony and greed, for two : SINS
  • Burn a bit : SINGE
  • Superstars, to their fans : IDOLS
  • Roman-Parthian War figure : NERO
  • The warrior aristocracy of Japan : SAMURAI
  • Mark Twain called it “a good walk spoiled” : GOLF
  • Robin Williams role in “Aladdin” : GENIE
  • Its slogan is “Milk’s favorite cookie” : OREO
  • In ___ of (replacing) : LIEU
  • Some special agents : FEDS
  • Disco guy in “The Simpsons” : STU
  • Think tank product : IDEA
  • Great Lake near Niagara Falls : ERIE
  • The “I” of T.G.I.F. : ITS
  • Expected result : NORM
  • ___-to-know basis : NEED
  • ___ Basterds, 2009 Quentin Tarantino movie nominated for eight Oscars : INGLOURIOUS
  • Prime-time hour : NINE
  • Wild animal sound, or a Katy Perry song : ROAR
  • Polo participants : PONIES
  • Prefix for “medic” or “chute” : PARA
  • Black cat or broken mirror, to a superstitious person : OMEN
  • Fish eggs : ROE
  • Prayer’s end : AMEN
  • Company that owns websites such as The Huffington Post and TechCrunch : AOL
  • Battery size : AAA
  • Floral wreath worn by a hula dancer : LEI
  • Written by someone to his or her sweetheart: 2 wds : LOVENOTE
  • Eddie ____, subject of “The French Connection” : EGAN
  • _____ She Lovely, Stevie Wonder song : ISNT
  • 1992 Quentin Tarantino movie which also served as his directorial debut : RESERVOIRDOGS
  • Santa’s landing spot : ROOF
  • An American in Paris? : VISITOR
  • Art ___ (retro architectural style) : DECO
  • True or False: Abbr. : ANS
  • Salad dressing ingredient : OIL
  • Actress ___ Rachel Wood of the HBO series “Westworld” : EVAN
  • Popular mobile phone operating system developed by Apple : IOS
  • Portable media players by Apple Inc. : IPODS
  • Book of maps : ATLAS
  • Trip to the summit : ASCENT
  • Beverly __, American operatic soprano : SILLS
  • 1994 Quentin Tarantino movie that won Oscar for Best Original Screenplay : PULPFICTION
  • Bursts, like a balloon : POPS
  • Interjection to indicate concern: Hyph. : UHOH
  • Hook, ___, and sinker : LINE
  • Mafia boss : CAPO
  • American state nicknamed “The Buckeye State” : OHIO
  • Like some tales or orders : TALL
  • Bird that gives a hoot : OWL
  • What Spider-Man shoots from his wrist : WEB
  • Where scientific experiments take place : LAB
  • On Golden __, Katharine Hepburn’s 1981 movie : POND
  • Birthstone for October : OPAL
  • Drink available in black, white, green and red : TEA
  • The Beatles’ “___ Leaving Home” : SHES
  • Character played by David Schwimmer in “Friends” : ROSS
  • ___ and flow (tidal movements) : EBB

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Word Craze Level 432
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