Word Craze Level 488 – Answers

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Word Craze Level 488 ( Classic & Cross Puzzle ) Answers :

Word Craze Answers

Classic Puzzle :

Version 1 :

  • Someone who is currently out of a job : UNEMPLOYED
  • What type of instant film is this? : POLAROID
  • What baby grew up into this animal? : TADPOLE
  • Actor Daniel Day-Lewis is a dual citizen of the UK and _______ : IRELAND
  • Tool that can pick up thin strands and pluck them : TWEEZERS
  • A person who saw a crime occur and testifies in court : WITNESS
  • Mentally pressured and exhausted : STRESSED
  • Type of shoes worn for sports or casual wear : SNEAKERS
  • Kitchen appliance used to heat or cook food using water vapor : STEAMER

Version 2

  • Actor Daniel Day-Lewis is a dual citizen of the UK and _______ : IRELAND
  • This vegetable is a staple food in #1 : POTATO
  • What type of instant film is this? : POLAROID
  • What baby grew up into this animal? : TADPOLE
  • In the image for #4, what sounds are those animals known for making? : CROAKING
  • A person who saw a crime occur : WITNESS
  • What a #6 gives in court : TESTIMONY
  • Type of shoes worn for sports or casual wear : SNEAKERS
  • Brand with a star logo who make #8 : CONVERSE

Cross Puzzle :

  • A high rugged mountain : ALP
  • Right this minute!: Abbr. : ASAP
  • ___ man (a casanova) : LADYS
  • The Bell Jar writer, Sylvia ___ : PLATH
  • Alexander ___ (1924-2010), first U.S. Secretary of State under Ronald Reagan : HAIG
  • You can tell that __ up to something : HES
  • Red Muppet on “Sesame Street” : ELMO
  • The ___-Spangled Banner : STAR
  • A technical glitch : SNAG
  • Legendary guitarist of “Guns N’ Roses” : SLASH
  • Aye’s opposite : NAY
  • Name of the robot in “Ex-machina” : AVA
  • Solid, liquid, ___ and plasma : GAS
  • One the main character’s from Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road”, not Dean Moriarty : SAL
  • ___ Disney, Co-founder of one of the biggest animation studios : WALT
  • Words that may start describing a hypothetical situation: 2 wds. : WHATIF
  • Molten Rock spewed from under the earth’s crust : LAVA
  • Oral health org.: Abbr. : ADA
  • Mt. Everest is a part of these mountain ranges : HIMALAYAS
  • Complete circuit : LAP
  • Greek mathematician who discovered a theorem for right triangles in geometry : PYTHAGORAS
  • Wolf’s cry : HOWL
  • I ___ The Sheriff (Bob Marley song) : SHOT
  • ID necessity, often : PHOTO
  • ___ Wan Kenobi : OBI
  • ___-tac-toe : TIC
  • Word before “That’s gotta hurt!” : OOH
  • ___ City, epithet for Chicago : WINDY
  • Gun lobby organization: Abbr. : NRA
  • Unpleasant noise : DIN
  • Japanese currency : YEN
  • Life story, briefly : BIO
  • A small usually collapsible bed : COT
  • German mathematician Gauss, who has numerous contributions in mathematics, astronomy, and many other fields: 2 wds : CARLFRIEDRICH
  • We ___ The Champions(Queen’s hit single) : ARE
  • Members of the offensive backfield in football, for short : RBS
  • Heading to a bad end : DOOMED
  • Baseball Hall-of-Famer Sandberg : RYNE
  • The ___ , Marvel supervillain whose helmet looks like a giant eye : ORB
  • Be a pain in the neck : ANNOY
  • Elon Musk’s automobile company : TESLA
  • ___ End, most westerly point of mainland England : LANDS
  • ___ Vandelay: George Costanza’s alias : ART
  • ___ company, two’s a crowd : ONES
  • Knives’ sharp sides : EDGES
  • ___ later: 2 wds : SEEYA
  • Greek mathematician, who gave the accurate value of “pi” and is famous for his “Eureka!” : ARCHIMEDES
  • Crack from dryness : CHAP
  • Rosemary, sage etc. : HERB
  • Eye’s colored part : IRIS
  • Slow cooked meat dish : STEW
  • A swampy area : BOG
  • A type of this aqua life generates electricity to shock other animals : BEENTHERE
  • A female sheep : EWE
  • Skinny swimmer : EEL
  • ___ Him to the Greek, 2010 comedy : GET
  • Was in debt : OWED
  • Barren, as Death Valley : ARID
  • ___ patch (what pirates wear) : EYE
  • Hair styling products : GELS
  • Network that airs repeats of “Sesame Street”: Abbr. : PBS
  • 2004 psychological horror film : SAW

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Word Craze Level 489
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