DTC July 18 2022 Answers

Looking to see how a missing word is looking like in DTC daily puzzle July 18 2022 ? Check out this list of the words you have to find in today’s puzzle. Whether it is another amazing grid, with super dictionnary words or just a list of jumbled words, it’s always exciting to find them and finish the daily routine related to this game.

And of course, playing a game like DTC isn’t just about swiping and finding words. It’s also about time spent onf every grid and for daily, you have to be quick as much as possible in order to break free and move on. So if you have been looking to finish DTC July 18 grid alone but haven’t figured out some of the words to find, just check out the list below.

DTC daily Puzzle July 18 2022 answers:

Across:

  • 1a. Tree with cones : PINE
  • 5a. Nine digit identification: Abbr. : SSN
  • 8a. Audition for “American Idol,” say : SING
  • 12a. Grace ending? : AMEN
  • 13a. Professor’s helpers: Abbr. : TAS
  • 14a. Dunkable cookie : OREO
  • 15a. Dried plant used in potpourri : WOODRUFF
  • 17a. Simpson son : BART
  • 18a. Santa ___, Orange County : ANA
  • 19a. “I” in FYI, for short : INFO
  • 20a. Stretch ___, gel-filled action figure toy popular in the late ’70s : ARMSTRONG
  • 25a. Store with room prototypes : IKEA
  • 26a. Intense fury : IRE
  • 27a. Stanley Donen’s “Blame It on ___” : RIO
  • 30a. Magna ___, drawing toy from the ’70s : DOODLE
  • 33a. “Alias Grace” writer Margaret ___ : ATWOOD
  • 35a. Question follower, for short : ANS
  • 36a. Mined unit : ORE
  • 38a. Slowly settle into : EASE
  • 39a. Stretch across : SPAN
  • 40a. Had many more points than? : LED
  • 41a. Hyatt competitor : OMNI
  • 44a. Evoking a “meh” (anagram of “bard”) : DRAB
  • 46a. Travel unsystematically? : ROAM
  • 47a. Like some selectively bred fruits : SEEDLESS
  • 51a. In addition to : ALSO
  • 52a. Latvian chess player Mikhail ___ : TAL
  • 53a. Give out, as heat : EMIT
  • 54a. Tilt on one side : LEAN
  • 55a. Like some wine : DRY
  • 56a. “For ___” (“of course”) : SURE

Down:

  • 1d. Foot in a kennel : PAW
  • 2d. “What I think is…”: Abbr. : IMO
  • 3d. Prefix with “natal” : NEO
  • 4d. Last word? : END
  • 5d. Evel Knievel ___ Cycle, bike toy with an action figure from the ’70s : STUNT
  • 6d. Jungle expedition : SAFARI
  • 7d. Bounced-check letters : NSF
  • 8d. “That toy was ___ in the 80s, but not anymore” (It was famous back then): 2 wds. : SOBIG
  • 9d. Tehran’s country : IRAN
  • 10d. ___ Balls, foam balls used in a toy popular in the ’70s : NERF
  • 11d. ___ person (someone to count on): Hyph. : GOTO
  • 16d. ___ Al Ghul, Batman’s adversary : RAS
  • 20d. “Smack That” singer : AKON
  • 21d. Vintage cars : REOS
  • 22d. Like Wonderland’s hatter : MAD
  • 23d. “Let You Love Me” singer Rita ___ : ORA
  • 24d. Fish catcher? : NET
  • 25d. ___ Lupino from “While the City Sleeps” : IDA
  • 27d. On the ___ (on a journey) : ROAD
  • 28d. Windows alternate?: Abbr. : IOS
  • 29d. Friedrich Schiller’s “___ to Joy” : ODE
  • 31d. Cut off a branch : LOP
  • 32d. Long period of time : ERA
  • 34d. Colorful egg-shaped toys that were popular in the ’70s : WEEBLES
  • 37d. To make beloved : ENDEAR
  • 39d. Electronic memory toy popular in the ’70s : SIMON
  • 40d. Young fellow : LAD
  • 41d. Type of medicine : ORAL
  • 42d. Identification mark, often : MOLE
  • 43d. Rocket launcher?: Abbr. : NASA
  • 45d. Depend on : RELY
  • 47d. “S” in EST, for short : STD
  • 48d. Fast runner of the Outback : EMU
  • 49d. American rapper ___ Mix-a-Lot : SIR
  • 50d. Sault ___ Marie, Canada : STE

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DTC July 18 2022 Answers

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