We have listed all the clues in our database that match your search. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. The synonyms were arranged according to the number of characters to be easily found. Hey, someone calls their opponent „brave.“ That`s nice. On the surface, this note sounds like a compliment, doesn`t it? The BOULDER DAM, ROCK LOBSTER, PEBBLE BEACH and DUST JACKET entrances all contain a kind of stone – and the stone-cutting (BOULDER → ROCK → PEBBLE → DUST) becomes smaller when you go up and down. Below is how these answers were summarized in this puzzle. The subjects are quite simple – which suits a Monday riddle – although the reference to DUST JACKET plays with us. Nevertheless, it`s not that difficult, especially when you`re working at intersections. The answer to all these clues is the same: „OREO.“ These delicious sandwich cookies are so popular in crossword puzzles that they have been referred to by some as the „official“ crossword cookie. Let`s take a closer look at the remark: the word „brave“ has a capital B because it is at the beginning of the index, but that is not the only reason why it is put forward. It has a B capital, because it is also the name of a professional baseball player, an Atlanta Brave.
The puzzle creator and editors put at the beginning of the indication to use the capital (sorry), or to use. In fact, you never know when it might lead to something more, like a marriage proposal. Try this mini password crossed at Monday level and show yourself what you can do. Click here for your solution. Try your new knowledge with this Mini. Some indications and answers will be present, others will be from the past. Don`t forget to make sure that the tensions of each clue coincide and its response. We`re not going to spoil the answer, but as an example, note that the mention for 1-Across is tense in the present and that the mention for 5-Across is in the past.
Read the directions carefully! I`m not sure how it works, but your brain will keep working on the clue in the background while you spend your day. If you come back, you might be surprised by the „Aha!“ – A minute you lived thinking you didn`t know the answer. Don`t you believe us? Try these clues that are simple for most people: Of course, some solvers simply say they feel smart when they find a really tricky clue. And there`s nothing wrong with that, especially when you learn to decipher them. If the crossword designer and editors feel particularly evil, you may see an innocent note like this for a three-letter entry: Suppose you see a clue called „Do-it-yourselfer`s activity,“ and the allocated space you get to answer is eight squares.