DTC July 23 2022 Answers

Looking to see how a missing word is looking like in DTC daily puzzle July 23 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 23 grid alone but haven’t figured out some of the words to find, just check out the list below.

DTC daily Puzzle July 23 2022 answers:

Across:

  • 1a. Hill dwelling insect : ANT
  • 4a. Help out, say : AID
  • 7a. Prefix for earth : GEO
  • 10a. Bathroom in London : LOO
  • 11a. Card game with “skip” cards : UNO
  • 12a. One who calls the strikes, for short : UMP
  • 13a. Common breakfast grains : OATS
  • 15a. Prepare for a party, say: 2 wds. : DRESSUP
  • 17a. ___ Green, co-winner of the 2022 Academy Award for Best Sound for “Dune” : THEO
  • 18a. Coffee or whiskey choice : IRISH
  • 19a. Levelheaded one : SANE
  • 21a. Shade of blue : AQUA
  • 25a. ___ Ahmed, co-winner of the 2022 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for “The Long Goodbye” : RIZ
  • 28a. Messy farm enclosure : STY
  • 29a. Persian floorcoverings : RUGS
  • 30a. 2009 Sci-fi film starring Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana as Jake Sully and Neytiri : AVATAR
  • 32a. “The ___ on the bus go…” : WHEELS
  • 34a. Tarzan’s mate : JANE
  • 35a. Traditional dance from Tahiti : OTEA
  • 37a. Antonym’s antonym, for short : SYN
  • 38a. Organization for teachers: Abbr. : NEA
  • 39a. Crime drama series “Money ___” : HEIST
  • 41a. Greek harp : LYRE
  • 44a. Harry Potter’s mum : LILY
  • 46a. ___ Chastain, winner of the 2022 Academy Award winner for Best Actress for the film “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” : JESSICA
  • 49a. Weaver’s need : LOOM
  • 51a. Mathematician Lovelace : ADA
  • 52a. On ___ with (equal level) : PAR
  • 53a. Egg cell : OVUM
  • 54a. ABC’s sitcom “___ Meets World” : BOY
  • 55a. Suffix after “fast” or “slow” : EST
  • 56a. Paleozoic, for one : ERA

Down:

  • 1d. Ashton Kutcher’s film “___ Like Love”: 2 wds. : ALOT
  • 2d. Biblical ark-builder : NOAH
  • 3d. Kind of bag : TOTE
  • 4d. Hepburn who won the Academy Award for “Roman Holiday” : AUDREY
  • 5d. Letters on a cross : INRI
  • 6d. Females in a deer herd : DOES
  • 7d. Giancarlo Esposito’s character Fring in “Breaking Bad” : GUS
  • 8d. Brown, flightless bird : EMU
  • 9d. Right to left, for short : OPP
  • 14d. Lost ship call: Abbr. : SOS
  • 16d. Stock market purchase : SHARE
  • 18d. First bit of an essay, for short : INTRO
  • 20d. Fit ___ fiddle: 2 wds. : ASA
  • 22d. Co-winner of the 2022 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for “Summer of Soul” : QUESTLOVE
  • 23d. Gerard Butler’s “The ___ Truth” : UGLY
  • 24d. Group of professionals, for short : ASSN
  • 25d. Kunal Nayyar’s character in “The Big Bang Theory” : RAJ
  • 26d. Reitman who directed “Ghostbusters” : IVAN
  • 27d. Billy who plays Match in “Back to the Future” : ZANE
  • 31d. Greenish blue shades (anagram of “stale”) : TEALS
  • 32d. Early morning hours : WEE
  • 33d. Solid rain? : HAIL
  • 36d. “___ of War,” book by Sun Tzu: 2 wds. : THEART
  • 40d. Grain storage : SILO
  • 42d. “Goodness me!” : YIPE
  • 43d. Some old TVs and VCRs: Abbr. : RCAS
  • 45d. “What’s ___ problem?” : YOUR
  • 46d. Vaccine shot : JAB
  • 47d. Tokyo, previously : EDO
  • 48d. Put into words : SAY
  • 50d. Cage fighting: Abbr. : MMA

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 23 2022 Answers

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