Word Craze Level 913 – 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 913

Word Craze Level 913 Answers :

Word Craze AnswersVersion 1 :

  • A sweet liquid used for medical purposes : ELIXIR
  • A person who uses Marlboro, Kool, or Dunhill products is most likely this : SMOKER
  • Half of an interrogation team : GOODCOP
  • One of the Wahlbergs : DONNIE
  • Atticus Finch’s daughter in “To Kill a Mockingbird” : SCOUT
  • Hush! : BEQUIET
  • Far from being friendly : DISTANT
  • Pretending to suffer from a illness : FAKING
  • Last name of director of “Three Days of the Condor” : POLLACK
  • In spite of what has happened : EVENNOW
  • Type of pleasant thinking that may not be based on reality : WISHFUL
  • To embark from a dock is to do this : SETSAIL
  • What is this nutrient? : GLUCOSE
  • Not timely, as in a birthday wish : BELATED

Version 2

  • A sweet liquid used for medical purposes : ELIXIR
  • A person who uses Marlboro, Kool, or Dunhill products is most likely this : SMOKER
  • Half of an interrogation team : GOODCOP
  • One of the Wahlbergs : DONNIE
  • Atticus Finch’s daughter in To Kill a Mockingbird : SCOUT
  • Hush! : BEQUIET
  • Far from being friendly : DISTANT
  • Pretending to suffer from a illness : FAKING
  • Last name of director of Three Days of the Condor : POLLACK
  • In spite of what has happened : EVENNOW
  • Type of pleasant thinking that may not be based on reality : WISHFUL
  • To embark from a dock is to do this : SETSAIL
  • What is this nutrient? : GLUCOSE
  • Not timely, as in a birthday wish : BELATED

For the same game, I would also like to add additional and more info here:
Word Craze Level 914
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