Condescended Crossword Clue 7 Letters
Condescended Crossword Clue 7 Letters – A word search consists of words arranged in rows in a square and written forward, backward, horizontally, vertically or diagonally. The player will have a list of search words and the player’s goal is to find the hidden words in the search puzzle and mark them.
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Condescended Crossword Clue 7 Letters
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Theme: DOT DOT DOT (37A: Showing more to come… or feature three letters in a row in rows 18, 20, 59, and 61) – the letter “little” appears in every theme (in a row three “DOT” letters):
Rex Parker Does The Nyt Crossword Puzzle: B C F H I K N O P S U V W Y / Mon 10 2 2017 / Longtime Time Magazine Rival, Briefly / Lecherous Figure Of Myth / Play And Film About A 1977 Series Of Interviews With A Former President
Word of the Day: Alan LOMAX (52A: Folklorist who opened legends like Alan ___, Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger) –
Alan Lomax (/ ˈ l oʊ m æ k s; was also a musician, folklorist, archivist, writer, scholar, political activist, oral historian, and film director. Lomax produced recordings, concerts, and radio broadcasts in the United States and England, He was instrumental in preserving the folk music tradition in both countries and helped launch the American and British folk revivals of the 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s, first with his father, the folklorist and collector John Lomax, and later on his own. and others collected material, recording thousands of songs and interviews for the Archive of American Folk Song, of which Lomax served as director, and in the Library of Congress aluminum and acetate discs.(wikipedia)
I’ve seen a three-point theme similar (or slightly) to this before, but it’s not really a problem. This idea is still good. I just don’t know about the execution, meaning the themes themselves aren’t that interesting. SEIJI OZAWA is great, but I see (or saw) him a lot in crosswords. HIJINKS and BEIJING are very short and typical things coming out of the FIJI DOLLAR, which certainly show originality, but this response feels hopeless. I have no doubt that the FIJI DOLLAR is a real thing, but the world currency you just created should be near the base of the FIJI DOLLAR at the introductory level. I think it’s hard to give a longer answer to make FIJI feel natural, so here we are. FIJI WATER is one thing, but it’s not long enough to balance symmetrically. FIJI ISLANDS and FIJI AIRWAYS are both “S.” too long by. Now is a good time to admit that I always forget if it’s FIJI or FUJI in almost every situation. Mountain ___? ___ APPEARANCES? I’m hopeless. Anyway, MOUNT FIJI is nothing. FIJI APPLES (!) (57A: Galas, for example) would be suitable, but unfortunately, nothing. So we get unsatisfied FIJI DOLLARS. Very narrow topic specifics, I don’t know what you’re going to do, but the concept was better for me than the execution today.
The filling has some high points. Those big corners give you 7th funny things like SIKHISM and FALAFEL and DONJUAN. ONE IOTA and “O CANADA” feel like a 7-letter crossword puzzle, but when you stack 7s like that, not all can be a winner. I’m acting like it’s some kind of silly puzzle, like the corners give you longer, more colorful answers to look out for a seamless open space and theme, when there really isn’t much in the way of colorful answers. Surprisingly, many answers in this set are as long as two answers to the topic. It really loses and destroys those themes. It’s not something the eye cares about or wants to focus on. I mean, ZERO SUM furthers every theme element in this set (25D: Balanced “game like” in economy). Therefore, you should definitely settle for the pleasures that will be here.
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Unfortunately, it wasn’t much. This explanation on ICEE meant nothing to me, so the fact that they all end up in a crossword puzzle…that was disappointing (16A: Brand with snow covered letters of logo). “There’s snow on the IKEA logo? The IAMS logo? That would be weird… Why would dogs be associated with snow? Snow dogs! So cute! I want to play with snow dogs! Is that a Saint Bernard? I still have it at the shelter, I’ll have to check later, okay?” you’re solving a puzzle, focus! … Okay … [solves a bit more] … hey, ICEE … take a breath!, yeah, whatever.” In OARS (19D: Take a break ___ ( take it easy)) I forgot the phrase existed and who says it (anymore?)?! If you give me “Someone’s ___ Rest”, I’ve got LAURELS and absolutely nothing else. I had OA-S and wanted to know why everyone would take a break from OATS. I thought LOMAX was a good answer…for tomorrow or Saturday. I’ve heard about it and *still* forgot about it, I’m sure most of the Tuesday solvers have no idea. The place where my brain wanted to reject this puzzle was not in the puzzle, but in how to answer 66A in DISCS: Some Olympics (DISCI). How bad is the Latino majority? Arguments are normal, and when you say that, people know what you mean. DISCI AMALFI, on the other hand, is plural for “disco” on the planet ISUZU (a very real planet, look it up). I had to “correct” DISCI to DISCS and do it when I filled in the super crossword AERIE, it wouldn’t have been the end of this trip. Such is fate
[Don’t mind all the blue eyebrows – I closed the puzzle before taking the screenshot and didn’t want to retype all the answers, so I clicked “Open All”, the blue eyebrows are my punishment]
Theme: JAZZ/SHOW (over 1A:68, which is what the trio in this puzzle is trying to convey) – imagine different members of an obviously jazz trio saying different things…mostly instrumental nonsense:
Word of the Day: GAIL Devers (62A: ___ Devers, three-time Olympic gold medalist) – formerly Gail Devers (/ ˈ d iː v ər z / DEE -verz; born November 19, 1966) is an American retired track and field athlete. and pitch. A two-time Olympic champion in the 100 meters for the United States, her victory in 1996 made her only the second woman (after Wyomia Tyus) to do so.