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LA Times Crossword Clues and Answers for February 3 2023

Below you will find a list of all the clues & answers within the LA Times crossword puzzle for February 3, 2023


Clue Answer
Rebecca in the Basketball Hall of Fame LOBO
Texters I dont understand WDYM
Actor Omar EPPS
Hyaluronic ACID
Frost HOAR
Fictional sleuth Wolfe NERO
Egyptian cobra ASP
St. __: Cornwall town IVES
Bise literally FRENCHKISS
Sought out for advice WENTTO
Part of a vague ultimatum ORELSE
Pianist Rubinstein ARTUR
Philistine BOOR
Make a bad impression? DENT
Cangkir literally CUPOFJAVA
Reserve BOOK
Noshes EATS
Vigilant AWARE
Marquee time TONITE
Plays loudly BLARES
Quando literally WHENINROME
Sails off course YAWS
You __ do this! CAN
Some ballpark figs. ERAS
Dust jacket paragraph BIO
La lluvia literally THERAININSPAIN
Humdinger RAREGEM
Element used in a 5-Down NEON
Dressed CLAD
Ancient Briton CELT
Some digital natives informally GENY
Moral lapses SINS


Clue Answer
Move past as a breakup GETOVER
Luxurious POSH
Car loan fig. APR
Judgy sound TSK
Lithography tool LASER
Prehistoric paint colour OCHRE
Compete for in a way BIDON
First word of the European Union anthems title ODE
Taken suddenly WHISKEDAWAY
Group celebration after a game-winning play say DOGPILE
Slangy agreement YAH
B.A. Baracus player MRT
Recon collection INFO
Cowardly Lion portrayer LAHR
Big name in speakers AIWA
Longing for change maybe STUCKINARUT
Downton Abbey countess played by Elizabeth McGovern CORA
Tax form digits SSN
All ready SET
Capote nickname TRU
Fluffy wrap BOA
Again and again in verse OFT
Fresh-squeezed drinks for short OJS
Hammer end PEEN
Actor Kilmer VAL
and aah OOH
Like yeast ONECELL
Horse breed that originated on an Asian peninsula ARABIAN
Goes back to the start REWINDS
Exxon in Canada and Europe ESSO
Jukebox musical whose first number is Nutbush City Limits TINA
Porgy and BESS
Judy star Zellweger RENEE
Hunter slain by Artemis ORION
2004 World Series MVP Ramirez MANNY
Indulgent attention for short TLC
Shade HUE
Gerund syllable ING
IBMs e.g. PCS
Former boxer Laila ALI

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