DTC June 29 2022 Answers

Looking to see how a missing word is looking like in DTC daily puzzle June 29 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 June 29 grid alone but haven’t figured out some of the words to find, just check out the list below.

DTC daily Puzzle June 29 2022 answers:


  • 1a. ___ vera (skin soother) : ALOE
  • 5a. ___ of expertise (domain) : AREA
  • 9a. Bikini top : BRA
  • 12a. ___ grapes (not sweet) : SOUR
  • 13a. Spongy toy weapon brand : NERF
  • 14a. Kylo ___ of “Star Wars” : REN
  • 15a. “Never ___,” song by Corey Hart that was featured on “Stranger Things” : SURRENDER
  • 17a. Granola grain : OAT
  • 18a. Neruda’s “___ to Wine” : ODE
  • 19a. Apple’s portable music device : IPOD
  • 21a. “___ on Film,” song by Duran Duran that was featured on “Stranger Things” : GIRLS
  • 24a. Pond gunk : SCUM
  • 25a. Cousin of the ostrich : EMU
  • 26a. Fly like an eagle : SOAR
  • 27a. Christmas carol : NOEL
  • 29a. Subway stop, for short : STN
  • 30a. Double Dutch need : ROPE
  • 34a. Inter ___ (among other things) : ALIA
  • 36a. Drake’s genre : RAP
  • 37a. “___ You Take,” song by The Police that was featured on “Stranger Things”: 2 wds. : EVERYBREATH
  • 41a. Raise up, like a flag : HOIST
  • 43a. ___-Pah-Pah (song from the 1960 musical “Oliver!”) : OOM
  • 44a. Horace’s “___ Poetica” : ARS
  • 45a. “Rock You Like a ___,” song by the Scorpions that was featured on “Stranger Things” : HURRICANE
  • 51a. Last letter of the alphabet : ZEE
  • 52a. Unknown source, for short : ANON
  • 53a. Give off, as heat : EMIT
  • 54a. Over there, poetically : YON
  • 55a. Low-calorie, in ads : LITE
  • 56a. Actor Omar ___ of “House” : EPPS


  • 1d. Stubborn animal : ASS
  • 2d. Baseball Hall of Famer ___ Gehrig : LOU
  • 3d. “Days of ___ Lives” : OUR
  • 4d. Actor Flynn who played Robin Hood : ERROL
  • 5d. ___ Hathaway, “The Witches” star : ANNE
  • 6d. Pool ball color, perhaps : RED
  • 7d. “Before,” to poets : ERE
  • 8d. Song by Toto that was featured on “Stranger Things” : AFRICA
  • 9d. Witch’s vehicle : BROOM
  • 10d. Enjoy a book, say : READ
  • 11d. Soldier or Queen, for one : ANT
  • 16d. Op-___ (opinion pieces) : EDS
  • 20d. Happy cat’s sound : PURR
  • 21d. ___ Z (group after millennials) : GEN
  • 22d. “I think,” in textspeak: Abbr. : IMO
  • 23d. Role for Zendaya in “Euphoria” : RUE
  • 24d. “Like father, like ___” : SON
  • 26d. “Should I ___ Or Should I Go,” song by The Clash that was featured on “Stranger Things” : STAY
  • 28d. Restrooms, informally : LAVS
  • 29d. Title for Daniel Day-Lewis : SIR
  • 31d. British singer Rita ___ : ORA
  • 32d. Light touch on the back : PAT
  • 33d. Book after Galatians, for short : EPH
  • 35d. Danny Glover starrer “___ Weapon” : LETHAL
  • 37d. NFL Network’s anchor Rich ___ : EISEN
  • 38d. Carried or transported, in a way : BORNE
  • 39d. “Vive le ___” (long live the king) : ROI
  • 40d. Game show host : EMCEE
  • 41d. “___ Shade of Winter,” song by The Bangles that was featured on “Stranger Things” : HAZY
  • 42d. Crossword’s cookie : OREO
  • 46d. Prefix with “verse” or “corn” : UNI
  • 47d. Decompose, as food : ROT
  • 48d. Scorpions’ accessory at a gig, for short : AMP
  • 49d. ___ it in the bud : NIP
  • 50d. UFO’s occupants: Abbr. : ETS

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DTC June 29 2022 Answers

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