DTC July 20 2022 Answers

Looking to see how a missing word is looking like in DTC daily puzzle July 20 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 20 grid alone but haven’t figured out some of the words to find, just check out the list below.

DTC daily Puzzle July 20 2022 answers:

Across:

  • 1a. Giving complete attention, say (rhymes with apt) : RAPT
  • 5a. 3, in Rome : III
  • 8a. Country music star McEntire : REBA
  • 12a. Injury mark : SCAR
  • 13a. Dad, to Grandpa : SON
  • 14a. “Wonderful Tonight” singer Clapton : ERIC
  • 15a. Human rights organization: Abbr. : ACLU
  • 16a. “You Are My ___,” song written by Jimmie Davis that is the state song of Louisiana : SUNSHINE
  • 18a. Tisch’s parent college: Abbr. : NYU
  • 20a. Morgan Freeman starrer “___ Almighty” : EVAN
  • 21a. “___ Doodle,” popular nursery rhyme song that is the state song of Connecticut : YANKEE
  • 24a. Erase, with “out” : RUB
  • 25a. Actor Mahershala from “Eternals” : ALI
  • 26a. Stubborn equine : ASS
  • 28a. Nintendo’s Super ___: Abbr. : NES
  • 31a. Toothpaste flavor, perhaps : MINT
  • 33a. 2003 Will Ferrell film : ELF
  • 36a. Acorn bearing tree : OAK
  • 37a. “Don’t go!” : STAY
  • 38a. “Take Me Home, ___ Roads,” song by John Denver which is one of the state anthems of West Virginia : COUNTRY
  • 40a. Chest muscle, for short : PEC
  • 43a. Jon M. Chu’s film “Crazy Rich ___” : ASIANS
  • 44a. “Hang on ___,” song covered by the McCoys which is the official rock song of Ohio : SLOOPY
  • 47a. Vietnamese new year : TET
  • 48a. Family member, for short : REL
  • 49a. “Wish” hitmakers Nine ___ Nails : INCH
  • 51a. Run for a prize : RACE
  • 55a. Yard cover, perhaps : SOD
  • 56a. Jane, in a true crime series : DOE
  • 57a. Big burden to carry : ONUS
  • 58a. Mumbai’s country, for short : IND
  • 59a. Flavored bag? : TEA

Down:

  • 1d. Cape Town country: Abbr. : RSA
  • 2d. Bank opening, for short : ACC
  • 3d. Good buddy : PAL
  • 4d. Elephant’s nose : TRUNK
  • 5d. Magazine editions : ISSUES
  • 6d. Last three vowels : IOU
  • 7d. ___ circle (closest friends) : INNER
  • 8d. Amy Winehouse hit that won three Grammys : REHAB
  • 9d. Activist Brockovich : ERIN
  • 10d. Container for recycling : BIN
  • 11d. Serena’s serve, perhaps : ACE
  • 17d. NBC show “Law & Order: ___” : SVU
  • 19d. Supportive vote : YEA
  • 21d. Thanksgiving sides : YAMS
  • 22d. Landed on the roof, like Santa : ALIT
  • 23d. “Ain’t Got No- I Got Life,” singer Simone : NINA
  • 27d. One of 60 in a minute, for short : SEC
  • 28d. “___ problem!”: 2 wds. : NOTA
  • 29d. Be entitled to : EARN
  • 30d. “The ___ the limit!” : SKYS
  • 32d. There’s one in this cluuee, for short : TYPO
  • 34d. Absolutely hated : LOATHED
  • 35d. Circuit protector : FUSE
  • 39d. “N” in TNT : NITRO
  • 41d. Prefix with “Pen” or “center” : EPI
  • 42d. “Time After Time” crooner Lauper : CYNDI
  • 44d. Grads-to-be, for short : SRS
  • 45d. Zodiac with a lion : LEO
  • 46d. “___ New Hampshire,” song that is the official state song of New Hampshire : OLD
  • 50d. Opposite of “pro” : CON
  • 52d. “A Bug’s Life” protagonist : ANT
  • 53d. Pool accessory : CUE
  • 54d. Spanish “that” : ESA

We guess you got some help with our today’s answers list. We have professional crews and a lot of people involved to make sure everything goes smoothly, everyday, new answers are added to ensure that you don’t linger too much when you are playing DTC on a limited time, it’s not likely that you are going to spend a lot of time but you may not be able to find everything by yourself.

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Finally, keep in mind that what is really important is to use your imagination. It doesn’t matter if you swipe a wrong word or type another twice, the crucial bit is to try again and again until you’re done.

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DTC July 20 2022 Answers

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