Fictional figure who often visits the "night-cloaked deck" crossword clue

Posted on February 17, 2023 at 12:00 AM

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Room warmer of sorts
Fictional figure who often visits the "night-cloaked deck"
Drill switches?
Company with a Brickipedia online reference
Place subject to food stains
Rapper ____ Sweatshirt
Kind of code
Jet engines do it
Roll it
"There you ___!"
Judge at home
Does well enough
First letter of "tsar" in Russian
What "Moana" means in Hawaiian
Form of nonviolent protest
Chopin piece inspired by a dog chasing its tail
Confounding contraptions
What some pies may be baked on
Kind of code
Whom the Irish may call a gossoon
Cry of dismay
Some Hanukkah servings
Go out for a bit?
Issa of "Little"
Seasonal units, for short
Sucker for a fictional story line
Full of flavor
"The Third Man," for one
Real-life sucker
Tea brand with Passion and Joy flavors
Waterzooi or callaloo
Tracked, so to speak
React to in surprise
Can't tolerate
First name in R&B
Ennui wealth = ___
Evil conglomerate on "Mr. Robot"
Contractor's project, informally
Viking's swig
Equipment for gamers
The farming industry, informally
Pivotal figure in the English Reformation
Animal form of Harry Potter's Patronus
Nice and easy
Pieces in the game Rummikub
Was very exciting, informally
Something you might hear while you're on hold
Lion dance holiday
Its index case occurred in Meliandou, Guinea
Was successful at the carnival booth, say
As small as two cups?
Outerwear for an old 7-Down
Native of the Dutch Caribbean
Cellist Pablo
Whistler on the range
Broncos, but not Impalas, in brief
Heracles killed its eponymous lion
Go-to spot for multiple dates?
Some extractions
Singer/songwriter ____ Rexha
Big fight
Place for a frog or a mouse?


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