Daily Themed Crossword Clue and Answer For April 1, 2024

Give this challenging Daily Themed crossword puzzle a try and enjoy solving it! We have also provided the answers for you.

by Sangeetha M

Updated Apr 01, 2024

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Daily Themed Crossword Clue and Answer For April 1, 2024

Daily Themed Crossword

We have a fun word game to play every day because of the Daily Themed Crossword. It provides us with novel answers to a variety of issues. It is our task to complete the squares in this grid by matching the correct letters to the hints. Among other benefits, completing this task improves our ability to focus and pay attention. It is similar to brain training! We make every effort to infer the solutions from the given hints. It's okay if we have problems and are unable to solve them! They have the answers below and are prepared to assist you.

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Helium or oxygen, e.g.

GAS

Helium or oxygen, e.g.: "Gas" refers to substances that are in a state of matter characterized by having no fixed shape or volume, and they expand to fill the space available to them. Helium and oxygen are examples of gases. 

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Pea container

POD

Pea container  A "pod" is a long, narrow, and usually green seed vessel of certain plants, such as peas and beans, containing the seeds within. 

Slightly moist

DAMP

Something that is "damp" is slightly wet or moist, usually due to the presence of a small amount of liquid. 

"I'm ___ loss for words!": 2 wds.

ATA

The phrase "at a" is used to indicate a state or condition, often to express being unable to find the right words to say in a given situation.

Amsterdam's continent, for short

EUR

Amsterdam is located in Europe, which is often abbreviated as "EUR" in crossword puzzles or other contexts where space is limited. 

Give off, as light

EMIT

To "emit" means to release or give off, particularly in reference to light, heat, or other forms of energy. 

"Argo" actor ___ Affleck

BEN

Ben Affleck is an American actor known for his roles in various films, including "Argo," where he played the lead role as Tony Mendez. 

Messy pig home

STY

A "sty" is a shelter or enclosure for pigs, typically characterized by its messy and untidy appearance. Pigs often create nests or beds in the straw or other bedding material within the sty. 

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Contact ___ (eyewear)

LENS

"Lens" refers to the transparent optical component used in eyewear, such as glasses or contact lenses, to correct vision or protect the eyes from harmful UV rays. 

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Golden ___ Bridge, San Francisco

GATE 

 The "Golden Gate" Bridge is an iconic suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate Strait, the entrance to the San Francisco Bay from the Pacific Ocean. It is one of the most recognizable landmarks in San Francisco and is painted in an orange-red color called "International Orange."

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Where a fool might be in during a storm, according to a Led Zeppelin song?

RAIN

In the Led Zeppelin song "Fool in the Rain," the lyrics mention the character waiting "in the rain" for someone who never arrives, suggesting that the fool might be out in the rain during a storm.

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"Because you're worth it" cosmetics brand

LOREAL

"L'Oréal" is a well-known cosmetics and beauty brand that uses the slogan "Because you're worth it" in its advertising campaigns. The brand offers a wide range of skincare, haircare, makeup, and fragrance products.

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What a fool might be using to cross the sea, according to a Grateful Dead song?

SHIP

In the Grateful Dead song "Ship of Fools," the lyrics describe a ship carrying fools across the sea, suggesting that a fool might be using a ship to travel. 

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Cillian Murphy's nationality

IRISH 

Cillian Murphy is an actor known for his roles in films such as "Inception" and the TV series "Peaky Blinders." He is from Ireland, so his nationality is IRISH.

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Transport for rough roads: Abbr.

ATV

An "ATV" stands for All-Terrain Vehicle, which is a small vehicle designed to handle a wide variety of terrain, including rough roads, dirt paths, and off-road trails. 

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Have a gander

SEE

The phrase "have a gander" is an informal way of saying "take a look" or "check something out," often used in casual conversation or written communication. 

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The heart, functionally

PUMP

The heart is a muscular organ responsible for pumping blood throughout the body, supplying oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and organs and removing waste products. 

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"Gangnam Style" singer

PSY

"Psy" is a South Korean singer, songwriter, and record producer known for his hit song "Gangnam Style," which became a global phenomenon and one of the most-watched videos on YouTube. 

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French "me"

MOI

In French, "moi" means "me" or "myself," used as a pronoun to refer to oneself in a sentence.

"Cogito, ___ sum"

ERGO

In Latin, the phrase "Cogito, ergo sum" translates to "I think, therefore I am." It is a philosophical statement by René Descartes, expressing the idea that thinking is evidence of existence. 

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Marsupial that uses its tail as a fifth leg, informally

ROO

 A "roo" is a colloquial term for a kangaroo, which is a marsupial native to Australia known for its powerful hind legs and long tail, which it uses for balance and support, often functioning like a fifth leg. 

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Style that makes a comeback

RETRO

"Retro" refers to a style, trend, or design that imitates or evokes the past, particularly from a previous decade or era, and becomes popular again in the present. 

What a "series" of fools may be called, according to an Aretha Franklin song?

CHAIN

 In the Aretha Franklin song "Chain of Fools," the lyrics refer to a group of fools as a "chain," suggesting that they are linked together in a series. 

"How ___ you do that?"

DID

The phrase "How did you do that?" is a question asking about the method or manner in which someone accomplished a task or achieved a result. 

Sweat-inducing work

TOIL

"Toil" refers to hard, strenuous, or exhausting labor or effort, often involving physical exertion and leading to sweat and fatigue.

What you may end up doing to a fool on Valentine's Day, according to a George Michael song?

KISSING

In the George Michael song "Kissing a Fool," the lyrics suggest that one might end up kissing a fool on Valentine's Day, indicating a romantic encounter with someone who may not be wise or prudent in love. 

___ Shortz (crossword connoisseur)

WILL

Will Shortz is an American puzzle creator, editor, and crossword aficionado known for his work as the crossword puzzle editor for The New York Times and his appearances on NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday. 

Freezer staple?

ICE

In a freezer, a common item that is always present is "ice." Ice i

Assenting vote

AYE

An "aye" is a formal term used to indicate agreement, approval, or assent, especially in a voting context. 

"My one and ___..."

ONLY

The phrase "My one and only" is an expression used to refer to something or someone that is unique, irreplaceable, or extremely special to someone.

A dozen minus two

TEN

A "dozen" typically refers to twelve items. When you subtract two from a dozen, you have ten left. 

"New" start to "classical"

NEO

 Adding the prefix "neo-" to the word "classical" creates the term "neoclassical," which refers to a revival or modern interpretation of classical styles, principles, or aesthetics. 

Gift of the ___ (speaking ability)

GAB

"GAB" refers to the gift or natural ability of speaking easily and confidently, often in a lively or chatty manner. 

Enjoyed a pizza, say

ATE

When you "ate" a pizza, you consumed it by chewing and swallowing. 

Performed on at Karaoke Night, say

SANG

When you "sang" at Karaoke Night, you performed by vocalizing musical notes with your voice. 

Basil-flavored pasta sauce

PESTO

 "Pesto" is a basil-flavored pasta sauce made from crushed basil leaves, garlic, pine nuts, Parmesan cheese, and olive oil, typically served over pasta. 

Word before "space" or "limits"

OUTER

 "Outer" is a word that can precede "space" or "limits" to refer to the outer regions or boundaries of something. 

"Not a ___ eye in the house"

DRY

The phrase "Not a dry eye in the house" means that everyone present was moved to tears, indicating an emotional response to something touching or poignant. 

Salami-selling shop

DELI

A "deli" is a store or shop that sells a variety of prepared foods, including meats, cheeses, salads, sandwiches, and other delicatessen items. 

Grace-concluding word

AMEN

"Amen" is a word often spoken at the end of a prayer or blessing to express agreement or affirmation, typically used in religious contexts. 

What sixty seconds make, for short

MIN

"MIN" is a common abbreviation for "minute," which is a unit of time equal to sixty seconds. 

NBA scoring units, for short

PTS

 "PTS" is an abbreviation for "points," which are the units used to keep track of scoring in basketball games, particularly in the National Basketball Association (NBA). 

Peak that may be Italian, Swiss, or Austrian

ALP

 "ALP" refers to a mountain peak, specifically one located in the Alps mountain range, which spans across multiple countries including Italy, Switzerland, and Austria.

Hard to find, say

RARE 

"Hard to find, say" implies that the answer is a word that means "rare" or difficult to come across. The to this is "RARE." In the context of a crossword puzzle, the word "RARE" fits perfectly as it directly corresponds to the clue's description. 

Legendary boxer Muhammad

ALI

"Muhammad Ali." Ali is widely recognized as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers in history, renowned for his speed, agility, and charisma both inside and outside the ring. He was born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. but changed his name to Muhammad Ali after converting to Islam in 1964. Ali's career was marked by numerous historic bouts, including his famous fights against Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, and George Foreman. 

Ending letters of "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"

EIEIO

 "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," where each verse typically ends with the refrain "E-I-E-I-O." This refrain is a playful and memorable element of the song, often accompanied by the sounds of various farm animals. 

Botanical secretion

SAP

The question hints at a substance produced by certain plants, commonly referred to as "SAP." Sap is a nutrient-rich fluid that circulates through a plant's vascular system, carrying essential water, minerals, and sugars to various parts of the plant. It plays a vital role in plant growth, development, and defense against pests and diseases. 

Elevations, for short

HTS

"HTS," which stands for "heights." In various contexts, "heights" refer to elevated areas or points above ground level. It can describe geographical features such as mountains, hills, or plateaus, as well as man-made structures like buildings or towers. 

Creep-y plant

IVY

"IVY." Ivy refers to several species of evergreen climbing or trailing plants in the genus Hedera, characterized by their ability to cling to and climb vertical surfaces using aerial rootlets or adhesive pads. Ivy is often used ornamentally in landscaping and garden design for its lush foliage and ability to cover walls, fences, and other structures. However, some ivy species can be invasive in certain environments.

Vrooms past

SPEEDS

"SPEEDS." To "vroom" is an onomatopoeic term often associated with the sound of a fast-moving vehicle or engine revving. In this context, "vrooms past" indicates something or someone moving swiftly or accelerating past a point of reference. 

What you can't do to a fool, according to a Pretenders song?

HURT

Back on the Chain Gang" by the Pretenders, where they sing, "I'll never hurt you." The  is "HURT," as indicated in the question. This implies that according to the song, one should not hurt a fool. The line suggests a sentiment of compassion or empathy towards others, even those who may be perceived as foolish.

"Not a moment too ___!"

SOON

"Not a moment too ___!" implies that something happened at precisely the right time, without delay. The missing word is "SOON," completing the expression as "Not a moment too soon!" This phrase is often used to indicate relief or satisfaction that something happened exactly when needed or expected, without any delay.

Team in charge, for short

MGR

"MGR" is the abbreviated form of "manager," indicating someone who is in charge of a team or a group.

Shih-___, mixed breed dog

POO

The missing word is "POO," completing the term as "Shih-Poo." A Shih-Poo is a crossbreed dog that results from breeding a Shih Tzu with a Poodle.

CT scan kin: Abbr.

MRI

"MRI," which stands for "Magnetic Resonance Imaging." MRI is a non-invasive imaging modality that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to generate detailed images of the body's internal structures, including organs, tissues, and bones.

Like a dough, after baking

RISEN

The missing word is "RISEN," completing the phrase as "Like a dough, after baking, risen." When dough is baked, it undergoes a chemical reaction where leavening agents such as yeast or baking powder cause it to expand and become puffy or swollen.

Jingly pocket resident?

COIN

"Jingly pocket resident" suggests something commonly found in pockets that makes a jingling sound. The answer is "COIN," as coins are often kept in pockets and produce a jingling noise when moved or shaken.

Where a fool might meet Jack and Jill, according to a Beatles song?

HILL

This clue refers to a location mentioned in a Beatles song where a fool might encounter the characters Jack and Jill. The answer is "HILL," as in the line from the Beatles song "Fool on the Hill," where the fool is said to be sitting on a hill.

McBeal played by Calista Flockhart

 ALLY

ALLY," referring to the TV series "Ally McBeal," where Flockhart played the titular character, a young lawyer navigating personal and professional challenges.

Board game cubes

DICE

The to small objects commonly used in board games that have six sides with dots representing numbers. The answer is "DICE," as dice are frequently used in board games to determine movement, outcomes, or actions based on the numbers rolled.

Number common to eyes, ears, and hands

 TWO

The answer is "TWO," as humans typically have two of each of these body parts: two eyes, two ears, and two hands.

Press ___ (media packet)

KIT

The a term used to describe a collection of materials typically distributed to media outlets for promotional or informational purposes. The answer is "KIT," as in a "press kit," which contains press releases, images, and other materials related to a specific event, product, or organization.

Name that would be a perfect suffix to "Egypt" or "Jordan"

 IAN

 "Egypt" or "Jordan." The answer is "IAN," as in "Egyptian" and "Jordanian," which are the adjectival forms corresponding to the countries Egypt and Jordan, respectively.

"Bill ___, the Science Guy"

NYE

"Bill Nye the Science Guy." The answer is "NYE," as Bill Nye is a science educator, engineer, and television presenter known for his show aimed at teaching scientific concepts to children in an entertaining and accessible way.

Prefix denoting the Earth

GEO

 The answer is "GEO," which is commonly used in words such as "geography" (the study of the Earth's features and inhabitants) and "geology" (the study of the Earth's structure, composition, and history).

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