Word Craze Level 470 – 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 470 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle )

Word Craze Level 470 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle ) Answers :

Word Craze Answers

Classic Puzzle :

Version 1 :

  • Untrue falsehood; misleading : DECEPTIVE
  • Scarlett __________, US actress who portrays Black Widow in Marvel movies : JOHANSSON
  • Generic trademark used to describe tissue paper : KLEENEX
  • To misuse clients’ or employers’ assets for personal use : EMBEZZLE
  • Way of using a smartphone without needing to hold it; a must when driving : HANDSFREE
  • What is this term of childhood romance? : PUPPYLOVE
  • Heated corn kernels usually eaten at the movies : POPCORN
  • Quality _________ ensures that a company’s products meet the standards for acceptability : ASSURANCE
  • The _______ of Solitude is Superman’s personal headquarters : FORTRESS
  • This person oddly has two of which body part? : RIGHTHAND

Version 2

  • Scarlett __________, US actress who portrays Black Widow in Marvel movies : JOHANSSON
  • The surname in #1 is a common last name in this Nordic country : SWEDEN
  • The flag of #2 has a blue background with a cross of this color : YELLOW
  • Generic trademark used to describe tissue paper : KLEENEX
  • What is this term of childhood romance? : PUPPYLOVE
  • Heated corn kernels usually eaten at the movies : POPCORN
  • Appliance often used to make #6 : MICROWAVE
  • Quality _________ ensures that a company’s products meet the standards for acceptability : ASSURANCE
  • The _______ of Solitude is Superman’s personal headquarters : FORTRESS
  • The Tower of _____ is a famous UK tourist spot and example of #9 : LONDON
  • This person oddly has two of which body part? : RIGHTHAND

Cross Puzzle :

  • Dynamite letters : TNT
  • What a police van would do to an ill-parked car : TOW
  • At this instant : NOW
  • I’ve got ___ (“I’m depressed”): 2 wds. : THEBLUES
  • L.A. time zone: Abbr. : PST
  • Devious plans, as those of Wile E. Coyote’s : PLOYS
  • Performed, in a way : SANG
  • Mathematical truth, validated by a chain of reasoning : THEOREM
  • Walkway for a model : RAMP
  • Eleanor ___ (Beatles song) : RIGBY
  • Far from land : ASEA
  • German automobile giant who make the SLS-AMG, for short : MERC
  • Have a look-see : PEEK
  • ___ la la (Britney Spears song, created for the film The Smurfs 2) : OOH
  • So on and so forth… replacement : BLAH
  • Variety of butterhead lettuce : BIBB
  • That makes sense: 2 wds. : ISEE
  • Professional wrestling entertainment company: Abbr. : WWE
  • Say Anything…. star Skye : IONE
  • Pretty Woman actor Richard : GERE
  • 1992 hit by American rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot, which was ranked 17 on VH1’s 2008 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop: 3 wds. : BABYGOTBACK
  • Assistant : AIDE
  • Not here forever, for short : TEMP
  • Additionally : ALSO
  • Gives an impromptu speech: Hyph. : ADLIBS
  • Pre-sunrise time : DAWN
  • Scavenger who accompanies Han Solo in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” : REY
  • Say a few good words (about) : LAUD
  • Prefix with “stone” that makes it precious : GEM
  • Fitness fanatic’s daily destination : GYM
  • Using real estate property as collateral to raise funds : MORTGAGE
  • Popular 60’s dress : MOD
  • First word in most fairy tales : ONCE
  • Couple : DYAD
  • Bitter ___, 1997 song by British rock band The Verve, which is also used by the Seattle Seahawks as their entrance music: 2 wds. : SWEETSYMPHONY
  • Hi-___ (state of the art) : TECH
  • What Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot are : SLEUTHS
  • Traffic jam sound : HORN
  • Turn-___ (thrills) : ONS
  • A Nightmare on ___ Street : ELM
  • Willy, from “Free Willy” : ORCA
  • Make up for past sins : ATONE
  • Come out with flying colors : ACE
  • Dalmatian marks : SPOTS
  • All in order, as the words in a dictionary : SORTED
  • Lubricates : OILS
  • Musical quality : TONE
  • 1997 hit song from British rock band Chumbawamba, that is colloquially known as “I Get Knocked Down” : TUBTHUMPING
  • Secondhand : USED
  • Kind of an online journal, maintained by individuals or groups : BLOG
  • Iconic monolithic statues from eastern Polynesia : MOAI
  • Nobel peace prize destination : OSLO
  • Drill, for one : TOOL
  • 2008 French Open winner Ivanovic : ANA
  • Thanksgiving month, for short : NOV
  • Lincoln, fondly : ABE
  • Element seen in Las Vegas : NEON
  • ___ off to you! : HATS
  • Large amount, as of money : GOB
  • Push over the ___ (drive someone crazy) : EDGE
  • Alex Dunphy, to Luke, on “Modern Family”, for short : SIS
  • Night before : EVE

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Word Craze Level 471
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