Daily Express Crusader Clue with Answers Today March 21 2024

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Updated Mar 21, 2024

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Daily Express Crusader Clue with Answers Today March 21 2024

Stuck with the clues? Don't worry we have covered all the answers for today’s clues. The answer might end with 3 letters or more than that; it's purely based on the clues. So try this interesting puzzle daily to improve your IQ level.

Pass note and surround area of growth (4,5) Letters

  • COLDFRAME

This answer fits the clue as "Pass" (meaning 'let go') and "note" (which can be read as a musical note) surround an area of growth, forming "COLDFRAME," which is a protective enclosure for growing plants.

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Slip badly and mispronounce (4) Letters

  • LISP

This clue describes both "slipping badly" and "mispronouncing" due to the speech impediment known as a lisp.

Gun has removed third rule (5) Letters

  • CANON

The clue suggests a word related to "gun" and formed by removing the third letter from a word meaning "rule." The word for "rule" with the third letter removed is "canon," and it fits the clue as it refers to a type of gun and also means a principle or rule.

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Aware belt was wrapped around some crockery (9) Letters

  • TABLEWARE

"Belt" could suggest surrounding or wrapping, and "some crockery" refers to tableware. Putting "belt" around "some crockery" gives us "TABLEWARE," which refers to dishes, utensils, and other items used for serving and eating meals.

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Chief pilot is an idiot (7) Letters

  • AIRHEAD
  • In this clue, "chief pilot" refers to someone in a position of authority related to flying, and "idiot" is a derogatory term for someone perceived as foolish or unintelligent.
  • "AIRHEAD" fits this description, as it colloquially refers to someone who is not very intelligent or who behaves foolishly, often used in a lighthearted or humorous manner.
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Former pupil's remedy is esoteric (7) Letters

  • OBSCURE

This answer fits the clue as "former pupil" could suggest "ex-" and "remedy" implies a solution. "Esoteric" indicates something obscure or difficult to understand. "OBSCURE" fits the description as it means not well-known or understood, aligning with the idea of something being esoteric.

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Finished almost wellliked by Edward, but with too many people (13) Letters

  • OVERPOPULATED

This answer fits the clue as "finished almost" suggests "over" (nearly finished), "well-liked" implies "popular," "by Edward" suggests "ED," and "with too many people" indicates "overpopulated," meaning containing an excessive number of people or inhabitants.

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Sort lover's rib out for team (7,6) Letters

  • BRISTOLROVERS

In this clue, "sort lover's rib out" suggests an anagram of "lover's rib," which rearranges to "BRISTOL," and "for team" suggests "ROVERS." Together, they form "BRISTOL ROVERS," which refers to a football (soccer) team based in Bristol, England.

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Opportunity to refuel in worst place - and best (3,4) Letters

  • PITSTOP

This answer fits the clue as "opportunity to refuel" suggests a "pit stop," commonly used in racing sports. "In worst place" suggests the word "pit," and "and best" indicates "stop," together forming "PIT STOP."

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Bishop joins walk to find blackberry (7) Letters

  • BRAMBLE

This answer fits the clue as "bishop" suggests "B," "walk" suggests "ramble," and "to find blackberry" indicates "BRAMBLE," which can refer to both the blackberry plant and the fruit it bears.

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One who is new to environmental instrument (9) Letters

  • GREENHORN

This answer fits the clue as "one who is new" suggests a novice, "to environmental instrument" indicates "GREENHORN," which metaphorically refers to someone who is inexperienced or naive, especially in a particular area or profession.

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Inappropriate sort of paint (5) Letters

  • INAPT

This answer fits the clue as "inappropriate" suggests something unsuitable or not fitting, and "sort of paint" indicates "INAPT," meaning not suitable or appropriate for a particular purpose.

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The first to demand a mission (4) Letters

  • TASK

In this clue, "the first" implies the initial letter of "demand," which is "D," and "a mission" indicates "TASK," meaning a specific piece of work assigned to someone as part of their duties.

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Party people getting small gifts (9) Letters

  • DONATIONS

This answer fits the clue as "party people" suggests a group of individuals, and "small gifts" refers to "DONATIONS," which are contributions or presents given for a charitable cause or as a gesture of goodwill.

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Bird also goes round a different bird (8) Letters

  • COCKATOO

This clue as "bird" suggests "COCKATOO," a type of parrot, and "also goes round a different bird" indicates the same bird (COCKATOO) surrounding or enclosing another bird (A), forming "COCKATOO."

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Course right for passenger ship (5) Letters

  • LINER

This clue as "passenger ship" suggests "LINER," a type of large ship designed to carry passengers over long distances, and "course right" indicates "LINER," meaning a ship or aircraft on a scheduled route.

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Blaming others for identifying location inside (6-8) Letters

  • FINGERPOINTING

This clue "blaming others" suggests "FINGERPOINTING," the act of assigning blame or responsibility to someone else, and "for identifying location inside" describes "FINGERPOINTING" as it refers to the act of pointing out or identifying something specific.

New cadet at university behaved badly (5,2) Letters

  • ACTEDUP

"behaved badly" indicates "ACTED UP," meaning to behave inappropriately or disruptively. "New cadet at university" suggests "ACTED" (a new cadet) followed by "UP" (at university).

Involve eastern doctor getting registered fuel (7) Letters

  • EMBROIL

The clue as "involve" suggests "EMBROIL," meaning to entangle or involve deeply. "Eastern" indicates the letter "E," "doctor" can be "DR," and "registered fuel" suggests "OIL," forming "EMBROIL."

Confused male undid improvement (2,1,6) Letters

  • INAMUDDLE

The clue as "confused" suggests "IN A MUDDLE," meaning in a state of confusion or disorder. "Male" suggests "M," "undid" suggests "UN," and "improvement" suggests "AMEND," forming "IN A MUDDLE."

Favour quiet mention (6) Letters

  • PREFER

This answer fits the clue as "favour" suggests "PREFER," meaning to like or favor one thing over another. "Quiet" suggests "P," and "mention" suggests "REFER," forming "PREFER."

Provocative person gets a feeling next to a table (14) Letters

  • SENSATIONALIST

"Provocative person" suggests "SENSATIONALIST," meaning someone who seeks to provoke interest or excitement through exaggerated or controversial means. "Gets a feeling" suggests "SENSE," and "next to a table" suggests "ATIONALIST," forming "SENSATIONALIST."

Angers yours truly, returning cocktail ingredient (9) Letters

  • EMBITTERS

The clue as "Angers" suggests "BITTERS," a cocktail ingredient, and "yours truly, returning" suggests reversing "yours truly," which becomes "EM." Putting "EM" and "BITTERS" together forms "EMBITTERS," which is a cocktail ingredient.

A boss set about getting banned substance (8) Letters

  • ASBESTOS

This answer fits the clue as "banned substance" refers to asbestos, a material banned in many places due to its health hazards. "A boss set about" suggests rearranging the letters of "A boss" to get "AS" and then adding "SET" around it, forming "ASBESTOS."

Crept to edit top composition (7) Letters

  • TIPTOED

This clue as "Crept" suggests "TIPTOED," meaning to walk quietly and carefully to avoid being heard. "To edit" suggests "EDIT," and "top composition" suggests placing "TI" (top) in "EDIT," forming "TIPTOED."

The French bishop, unknown in the country (7) Letters

  • LEBANON

This answer fits the clue as "the country" suggests Lebanon, a country.

Drunkard gets swine a plug (6) Letters

  • SPIGOT

This answer fits the clue as "a plug" suggests "SPOT," and "drunkard" suggests "IG," forming "SPIGOT," which is a device used to control the flow of liquid from a container.

Comic celebration (5) Letters

  • BEANO

This answer fits the clue as "comic celebration" suggests "BEANO," which refers to a festive occasion or a party, and it's also the name of a British comic publication known for its humor and fun.

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