Word Craze Answers [Level 26-50 All Answers]

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Word Craze Level 26-50 Answers and cheats to all levels are provided on this page, this game is a popular game developed by Betta Games and it is available on Google play store.

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Level 26: A basic ice cream flavor alongside chocolateTARZAN
Level 26: A book that you just can’t put downCANVAS
Level 26: A manufacturer’s guarantee to service a product under certain termsJACKIECHAN
Level 26: A small flat device that provides extra data storageLIARLIAR
Level 26: A surprisingly spacious women’s accessory carried on a strapHANDBAG
Level 26: Expression; We got off on the ____ ____WRONGFOOT
Level 26: Famous investigator ________ HolmesIGNORE
Level 26: Hong Kong actor who famously did his own stunts; Rumble in the BronxLIONKING
Level 26: How you might feel if you haven’t drank anything for a whileTHIRSTY
Level 26: Japanese art of folding paperORIGAMI
Level 26: Pay no attention toYOGIBEAR
Level 26: Surgeon’s outfit, often blueANTIDOTE
Level 26: The 2007 Pixar movie of a rat who aspires to be a chefPAGETURNER
Level 26: This hoppy marsupial keeps its young closeWINEGLASS
Level 26: Vision-correcting eyewearKANGAROO
Level 26: To be dismissed or let go from a companyFIRED
Level 26: What common airport item is this?MEMORYCARD
Level 26: To reduce in sizeSHRINK
Level 26: To clean an area with a broom or brushSWEEP
Level 26: What is this currency?DOLLAR
Level 26: Moisturizing product for your skinLOTION
Level 27: 2016 musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma StoneMIRAGE
Level 27: A basic ice cream flavor alongside chocolateALCHEMISTS
Level 27: A book that you just can’t put downJACKIECHAN
Level 27: A cow dispenses milk from hereJUSTIFIED
Level 27: A small flat device that provides extra data storageHITSTHESPOT
Level 27: A tool with rungs that is used to reach high placesLADDER
Level 27: Being confined to one’s home, comes with an ankle accessoryHOUSEARREST
Level 27: Blended fruit drinkALARMCLOCK
Level 27: 2016 musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma StoneLALALAND
Level 27: A female siblingSISTER
Level 27: Expression; exactly what was neededOINTMENT
Level 27: Expression; freezing temperaturesBELOWZERO
Level 27: Expression; We got off on the ____ ____VANILLA
Level 27: Hong Kong actor who famously did his own stunts; Rumble in the BronxRAGNAROK
Level 27: Subtitle of 3rd Thor movie; apocalyptic event predicted in vikingRAGNAROK
Level 27: Blended fruit drinkSMOOTHIE
Level 27: Japanese art of folding paperPAGETURNER
Level 27: Party prop filled with helium or airNODICE
Level 27: Party prop filled with helium or airBALLOON
Level 27: Pay no attention toBALLOON
Level 27: Sought the secrets of turning lead into goldPIGEON
Level 27: Expression; freezing temperaturesBELOWZERO
Level 27: Subtitle of 3rd Thor movie; apocalyptic event predicted in vikingMEMORYCARD
Level 27: Surgeon’s outfit, often blueBELOWZERO
Level 27: What is the name of this profession?GEISHA
Level 27: The most important meal of the dayLADDER
Level 27: A cow dispenses milk from hereUDDER
Level 27: This hoppy marsupial keeps its young closeUDDER
Level 27: Disposable underpants for a toddlerDIAPER
Level 27: Witchy laughCACKLE
Level 27: Short and stout, with a handle and a spoutTEAPOT
Level 27: In tennis, a tie that can only be broken by a player scoring twiceDEUCE
Level 28: A holiday where all manner of monsters come out for candyLASVEGAS
Level 28: A machine for destroying documentsMOTHEREARTH
Level 28: A way to decide the winner when the scores are the sameDEEPFRIED
Level 28: A weather ritual that seeks to bring about precipitationYOUAREHERE
Level 28: Dorothy meets the Wizard of Oz in the _______ CityWRENCH
Level 28: Expression; it can spoil the bunchDOWNLOAD
Level 28: Tests of this show who you really areCHARACTER
Level 28: Expression; to suddenly explode in anger, as in an engineBEARINMIND
Level 28: French snail dishDAVIDBOWIE
Level 28: The English singer of Space Oddity and actor in LabyrinthDAVIDBOWIE
Level 28: Bugs Bunny’s arch enemy; he tawks wike disELMERFUDD
Level 28: Dorothy meets the Wizard of Oz in the _______ CityEMERALD
Level 28: Half of a bicycleSHREDDER
Level 28: How was this food cooked?EMERALD
Level 28: Expression; it can spoil the bunchBADAPPLE
Level 28: Personification of nature and our planetESCARGOT
Level 28: Phrase; be aware of, rememberBLOWAGASKET
Level 28: Putting things in the front yard with a price tagKATANA
Level 28: Putting things in the front yard with a price tagYARDSALE
Level 28: Scuba diver apparelTAJMAHAL
Level 28: A holiday where all manner of monsters come out for candyHALLOWEEN
Level 28: Steve Urkel’s catchphraseHALLOWEEN
Level 28: Tests of this show who you really areTEAPOT
Level 28: Scuba diver apparelWETSUIT
Level 28: The English singer of Space Oddity and actor in LabyrinthWALKMAN
Level 28: These are tough nuts to crackWETSUIT
Level 28: Three words you can use to find yourself on a shopping mall mapBUFFET
Level 28: What is this deep-fried side dish?FEBREZE
Level 28: What is this deep-fried side dish?HUSHPUPPY
Level 28: Imprisoned princess who “lets down her hair”RAPUNZEL
Level 28: What is this massive landmark found in South Dakota called?MTRUSHMORE
Level 28: Superman’s mild-mannered alter egoCLARKKENT
Level 28: Expression; in the middle of doing something badREDHANDED
Level 28: Blue-green stone; also a color named for that stoneTURQUOISE
Level 28: The enemy of the protagonist in a movie or bookANTAGONIST
Level 28: Very tall building of steel and glass, often seen in dense modernSKYSCRAPER
Level 29: A decision that doesn’t take any thinking at allHAYMAKER
Level 29: A flat tailed rodent who can fell treesTERABYTE
Level 29: A nickname for New York CityPIEINTHESKY
Level 29: A place of knowledge, but please be quiet!OLYMPICS
Level 29: Expression; something unlikely to happenPIEINTHESKY
Level 29: A place to fuel up your vehicleBACTERIA
Level 29: A popular myth is that eating carrots can improve thisHOURGLASS
Level 29: Main artery carrying blood away from the heartAORTA
Level 29: A word meaning a place of great happinessSPORTS
Level 29: Expression; something unlikely to happenRUNWAY
Level 29: What is this aquatic bird feature?WEBBEDFEET
Level 29: High-up backyard clubhouse for kids; no girls allowed!TREEHOUSE
Level 29: Main artery carrying blood away from the heartTACKLEBOX
Level 29: There are eight of them in the Solar SystemPLANETS
Level 29: A word meaning a place of great happinessPARADISE
Level 29: Michael Jackson’s zombie adventure, the best selling album of allTHRILLER
Level 29: Mrs. __________, 1993 comedy starring Robin Williams posing as aHOTROD
Level 29: Sandy timekeeping deviceGASSTATION
Level 29: The side that opposed the Empire in Star WarsEYESIGHT
Level 29: Michael Jackson’s zombie adventure, the best selling album of allTHRILLER
Level 29: US author and activist; first deaf-blind person to receive a BA degreeWAITER
Level 29: What a good listener might saySECRET
Level 29: What a good listener might sayIMALLEARS
Level 29: What is this aquatic bird feature?BEEFJERKY
Level 29: US author and activist; first deaf-blind person to receive a BA degreeHELENKELLER
Level 29: What type of bed is this?HELENKELLER
Level 29: What type of car is this?LIBRARY
Level 29: A person who rides a bikeCYCLIST
Level 29: Safety device in a car that inflates in the event of a crashAIRBAG
Level 29: What disease might he get?SCURVY
Level 29: Industrial equipment used to heat and melt metal oreFURNACE
Level 30: Aircraft are kept in theseHYPHEN
Level 30: A method of using chemicals to preserve a bodyCANDLELIGHT
Level 30: An actor that is in consistently similar roles is thisFLYSWATTER
Level 30: An informal, spur of the moment photoTARZAN
Level 30: Capital of Florida, Woody Harrelson’s character in ZombielandTALLAHASSEE
Level 30: Ancient American civilization known for performing human sacrificesLIONKING
Level 30: An installment of a TV seriesSNAPSHOT
Level 30: Aircraft are kept in theseHANGARS
Level 30: Ash replaces one of his hands with this weapon in Evil DeadHANGARS
Level 30: Besides cooking, this powder is also used in toothpaste and for cleaningHAZARDPAY
Level 30: “_____ __ ____”, 2020 DC movie starring Margot RobbieBIRDSOFPREY
Level 30: Capital of Florida, Woody Harrelson’s character in ZombielandTALLAHASSEE
Level 30: Chronicles of all human happeningsICHABODCRANE
Level 30: The lanky schoolmaster who was chased by the Headless HorsemanICHABODCRANE
Level 30: A method of using chemicals to preserve a bodyEMBALMING
Level 30: Expression; a difficult taskEMBALMING
Level 30: Lacking all reason and sense; in math, a number that cannot be expressedARMCHAIR
Level 30: The lanky schoolmaster who was chased by the Headless HorsemanBELLYFLOP
Level 30: The opposite of temporaryANTIDOTE
Level 30: This 80s English rock band sang CreepBAKINGSODA
Level 30: An actor that is in consistently similar roles is thisTYPECAST
Level 30: What is this type of clothing?TURTLENECK
Level 30: What is this type of comfortable seat?TYPECAST
Level 30: The opposite of temporaryPERMANENT
Level 30: Which Scandinavian country is this?WHEELHOUSE
Level 30: A type of club used by law enforcementNIGHTSTICK
Level 30: Eating utensil used primarily in Asian countriesCHOPSTICKS
Level 30: What theatrical term is this?CURTAINCALL
Level 30: Professional who stuffs animals for displayTAXIDERMIST
Level 30: Energy obtained by harnessing the Sun’s raysSOLARPOWER
Level 31: A person who enjoys games of chancePIRANHA
Level 31: A time of great cold and great mammothsTHRILLER
Level 31: Computer equipment used to get letters onto the screenTABLECLOTH
Level 31: Expression; late-night air journeyUPACREEK
Level 31: O, AB+, A-, everyone has oneTRASHCAN
Level 31: Precursor to modern chemistry; practitioners famously tried to convertALCHEMY
Level 31: One who observes rather than participatesHOOVERDAM
Level 31: Surgically remove a limb or other body partUGLYDUCKLING
Level 31: What elastic office supply item is this?BREAKALEG
Level 31: There are 1,440 of these units of time in a dayMINUTES
Level 31: What is this Jackie Chanx2fChris Tucker movie?HANDTOHAND
Level 31: Front part of a car that absorbs impact in a collisionBUMPER
Level 31: Someone that blame is foisted upon; a scapegoatFALLGUY
Level 31: To turn off a computer completelySHUTDOWN
Level 31: Guy ______ is the British director of “Snatchu201C and Madonna’s ex-husbandRITCHIE
Level 31: What is this popular internet browser?FIREFOX
Level 32: A method of using chemicals to preserve a bodyTIMBURTON
Level 32: A time for a worker to rest, usuallyFOODGROUPS
Level 32: An actor that is in consistently similar roles is thisTALLAHASSEE
Level 32: An informal, spur of the moment photoONAPEDESTAL
Level 32: Annual school memento, often signedSNAPSHOT
Level 32: Besides cooking, this powder is also used in toothpaste and for cleaningWARANDPEACE
Level 32: Capital of Florida, Woody Harrelson’s character in ZombielandHOTCAKES
Level 32: Classic 1,000+ page novel by Leo TolstoyLARVA
Level 32: A fellow studentCLASSMATE
Level 32: Crown for beauty pageant winners and prom queensTHEBIGAPPLE
Level 32: Expression; something held in excessively high esteem is put hereEYEPATCH
Level 32: Filmmaker famous for The Nightmare before Christmas and BatmanADDRESSBAR
Level 32: Selling like _______; meaning something that is selling very quicklyJOKER
Level 32: The 3D equivalent of a circleEMERALD
Level 32: The opposite of temporaryNORWAY
Level 32: The wild card in a deck of playing cardsREDBULL
Level 32: Throwing one of these into a plan might mess things upRESERVATION
Level 32: A person traveling in a vehiclePASSENGER
Level 32: What type of whale is this?SMUDGE
Level 32: Which Scandinavian country is this?SPHERE
Level 32: You’ll need one to get a seat in a crowded restaurantSHOELACES
Level 32: _________ rams are heavy tools used to break down walls and doorsBATTERING
Level 32: What genre of film comedy does this scene represent?ROMANTIC
Level 32: Aquatic animal in the shape of a twinkling night sky objectSTARFISH
Level 32: Canada’s national sportICEHOCKEY
Level 32: Glass dome enclosing a wintertime scene; shake it to simulate precipitationSNOWGLOBE
Level 32: Using irony in a mocking or dismissive waySARCASTIC
Level 33: A house that has more ghosts than usualKILLERWHALE
Level 33: A machine for destroying documentsSCIENCEFAIR
Level 33: Another name for a polygraph, supposedly detects falsehoodsDOUBTFIRE
Level 33: Area cordoned off with yellow tape by policeBADAPPLE
Level 33: Examples include Harry Potter, Merlin, and GandalfREBELS
Level 33: Extra wages for working under dangerous conditionsCHARACTER
Level 33: Extra wages for working under dangerous conditionsHAZARDPAY
Level 33: Famous English researcher of chimpanzeesYOUAREHERE
Level 33: McDonald’s classic with secret sauceWASHINGTONDC
Level 33: Objects with designs focused on human comfort and efficiency areERGONOMIC
Level 33: Special fast food catalog offering economical mealsOSTRICH
Level 33: The largest flightless bird; one of their eggs makes 24 omelettesOSTRICH
Level 33: Tool consisting of a hinged pair of metal blades, often used to cutSCISSORS
Level 33: The head honcho of an organization; large solid dairy productWIZARD
Level 33: The largest flightless bird; one of their eggs makes 24 omelettesDAVIDBOWIE
Level 33: These Boys made hits like u201CI Want it That WayHOURGLASS
Level 33: Top Olympic runner who is as fast as his nameUSAINBOLT
Level 33: Type of hard drive with no moving partsBRAMSTOKER
Level 33: What post-apocalyptic movie is this?MADMAX
Level 33: What carnival feature is this?MACARONI
Level 33: What vegetable is this?GREENPEA
Level 33: Type of hard drive with no moving partsSOLIDSTATE
Level 33: What insect royalty is this?MOTHEREARTH
Level 33: Another name for a polygraph, supposedly detects falsehoodsLIEDETECTOR
Level 33: What post-apocalyptic movie is this?WATERBED
Level 33: What insect royalty is this?QUEENBEE
Level 33: Which US district is this landmark located in?QUEENBEE
Level 33: African proverb meaning a child learns from many: “It takes a ______VILLAGE
Level 33: Yankee Doodle called his feathered cap thisHOTROD
Level 33: _______ Kubrick directed “The Shining”, “A Clockwork Orange”, andSTANLEY
Level 33: Organ that holds urineBLADDER
Level 33: Cats are known for their grace and ______AGILITY
Level 34: A deck used for fortune tellingTERABYTE
Level 34: A man made of straw who protects cropsSCARECROW
Level 34: An emperor that was told to beware the Ides of MarchJULIUSCAESAR
Level 34: Bedtime song for childrenLALALAND
Level 34: Classic 1,000+ page novel by Leo TolstoyJULIUSCAESAR
Level 34: Crown for beauty pageant winners and prom queensWARANDPEACE
Level 34: Expression; Financially support an endeavorSMOOTHIE
Level 34: Expression; something held in excessively high esteem is put hereNARWHAL
Level 34: What is this structure located between Nevada and Arizona?HOOVERDAM
Level 34: Comfy indoor footwearSLIPPERS
Level 34: Expression; something unlikely to happenTIARA
Level 34: Filmmaker famous for The Nightmare before Christmas and BatmanPAPERTOWEL
Level 34: If you are the ____ __ ______, then you should turn out the lightsHOUSEARREST
Level 34: The 3D equivalent of a circleJOKER
Level 34: The wild card in a deck of playing cardsBANKROLL
Level 34: Used to clean spills and comes on a rollTACKLEBOX
Level 34: What is this structure located between Nevada and Arizona?ADDRESSBAR
Level 34: What type of whale is this?RESERVATION
Level 34: What condiment should these be dipped into?SOYSAUCE
Level 34: Where you might see www. on an internet browserBEEFJERKY
Level 34: You’ll need one to get a seat in a crowded restaurantSPHERE
Level 34: Idiomatically speaking, it’s a waste of time to keep beating a ____DEADHORSE
Level 34: A person who plays an instrumentMUSICIAN
Level 34: Family of sea birds with some of the largest wingspans in the world;ALBATROSS
Level 35: _____ is golden; sometimes it’s wise to say nothingTAJMAHAL
Level 35: 2016 action film staring Matt Damon as the title characterHYPHEN
Level 35: A boxer that is weak to chin shots has one of theseBREAKFAST
Level 35: A common bedtime phraseBALLOON
Level 35: A name for the 15-ton bell in a famous London clock towerLEGEND
Level 35: A story passed down through the agesHAMMER
Level 35: A boxer that is weak to chin shots has one of theseGLASSJAW
Level 35: A tool used when hanging a paintingALCHEMISTS
Level 35: At upscale locations, person who parks your carEMAILADDRESS
Level 35: “A _______ of a thousand miles begins with a single step” – Lao ZiJOURNEY
Level 35: Carnival game where mallets are used for amusing pest controlREDCARPET
Level 35: Carnival game where mallets are used for amusing pest controlWHACKAMOLE
Level 35: Don’t drive a car through this; means stopFLATTERY
Level 35: At upscale locations, person who parks your carVALET
Level 35: Examples include Harry Potter, Merlin, and GandalfVALET
Level 35: Expression; to suddenly explode in anger, as in an engineBACTERIA
Level 35: Expression; without warningKETCHUP
Level 35: Flat breakfast treat, often served with maple syrupBEANSTALK
Level 35: The side of the road you drive on in the USOUTOFTHEBLUE
Level 35: 2016 action film staring Matt Damon as the title characterJASONBOURNE
Level 35: What Indian landmark is this?BANKROLL
Level 35: What type of weapon is this?BOOMERANG
Level 35: Flat breakfast treat, often served with maple syrupPANCAKE
Level 35: Who is this supposedly short French emperor?PANCAKE
Level 35: Word meaning once a yearBLOWAGASKET
Level 35: Blow these out to make a birthday wishCANDLES
Level 35: A routine medical examinationCHECKUP
Level 35: A room in a home where food is preparedKITCHEN
Level 35: You might buy one while on holiday, to remember the tripSOUVENIR
Level 36: 60s guitar legend that had hits like Purple HazeROTTENEGG
Level 36: A deck used for fortune tellingROSETTASTONE
Level 36: A man made of straw who protects cropsSCARECROW
Level 36: A place to fuel up your vehicleSTRAWBERRY
Level 36: Age group after child but before adultSHERLOCK
Level 36: An archive for one’s thoughts and memoriesBREAKALEG
Level 36: Another name for music records, what they’re made ofPIRANHA
Level 36: Expression that conveys longingTEENAGER
Level 36: Forests characterized by higher than usual precipitationENAMEL
Level 36: Last one there is a _____ ___!WARRANTY
Level 36: Single-minded fixation on somethingOBSESSION
Level 36: “The _____ ______u201D, novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald set in the RoaringGREATGATSBY
Level 36: Native American painted animal tower made of woodJOURNAL
Level 36: Single-minded fixation on somethingPHOTOSHOP
Level 36: This black rock held the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphsGASSTATION
Level 36: What editing software is this?VINYL
Level 36: What red fruit is this?STRAWBERRY
Level 36: A loyalty to a particular party or organization, etc.ALLEGIANCE
Level 36: A sequence of drawings representing shots planned for a movieSTORYBOARD
Level 36: The process of coming to live permanently in a foreign countryIMMIGRATION
Level 36: Type of lawsuit which represents a group with the same grievanceCLASSACTION
Level 36: Expression derived from a Greek myth; a weak pointACHILLESHEEL
Level 36: Phrase; in summaryINANUTSHELL
Level 36: What kind of edible house is this?GINGERBREAD
Level 37: Age group after child but before adultROTTENEGG
Level 37: An archive for one’s thoughts and memoriesRADIOHEAD
Level 37: An installment of a TV seriesTRASHCAN
Level 37: Another name for music records, what they’re made ofSTRAWBERRY
Level 37: Ash replaces one of his hands with this weapon in Evil DeadVANILLA
Level 37: Chronicles of all human happeningsWARRANTY
Level 37: Lacking all reason and sense; in math, a number that cannot be expressedIRRATIONAL
Level 37: Expression; a difficult taskUPHILLBATTLE
Level 37: Forests characterized by higher than usual precipitationUPHILLBATTLE
Level 37: Lacking all reason and sense; in math, a number that cannot be expressedCHAINSAW
Level 37: Last one there is a _____ ___!OBSESSION
Level 37: What is this symbol?PEACESIGN
Level 37: Single-minded fixation on somethingJOURNAL
Level 37: This 80s English rock band sang CreepRATATOUILLE
Level 37: What is this type of comfortable seat?PAGETURNER
Level 37: What red fruit is this?HISTORY
Level 37: Children’s game where the parent hides their face behind their handsPEEKABOO
Level 37: Social and expressive person; opposite of introvertEXTROVERT
Level 37: Long platform used to ride wavesSURFBOARD
Level 37: Projectile weapon that consists of a Y-shaped frame and a rubberSLINGSHOT
Level 37: Egypt is famous for these mathematical shapesPYRAMIDS
Level 38: 1982 sci-fi film where Harrison Ford hunts replicantsKANGAROO
Level 38: A stroll through the outdoors with educational signs along the wayNATUREWALK
Level 38: Area cordoned off with yellow tape by policeFOODGROUPS
Level 38: Arnold Schwarzenegger was one for CaliforniaPAPARAZZI
Level 38: Tabloid photographers fixated on shooting the starsPAPARAZZI
Level 38: Beverage made from squeezing fruitsMEMORYCARD
Level 38: Cue card machine, helps an orator if they forget their wordsTELEPROMPTER
Level 38: Keeps your hair healthy and cleanSHAMPOO
Level 38: Cue card machine, helps an orator if they forget their wordsTELEPROMPTER
Level 38: Dairy, meat, fruits, vegetables, and grainsTELEPROMPTER
Level 38: Expression; freezing temperaturesBLURAY
Level 38: An airport’s control tower is responsible for managing ___ _______AIRTRAFFIC
Level 38: Expression; something that can pass for an exact copyIGNORE
Level 38: Keeps your hair healthy and cleanJACKIECHAN
Level 38: The classic pirate’s flag is called thisJOLLYROGER
Level 38: Expression; something that can pass for an exact copyDEADRINGER
Level 38: One of the richest men alive; philanthropist and co-founder of MicrosoftDEADRINGER
Level 38: Preserved impression of prehistoric animals; dinosaur remainsRAIDERS
Level 38: Professional football team from OaklandBILLGATES
Level 38: Protects a dining surface from errant food stainsSUBTITLE
Level 38: Screen text for the hearing impairedSCRUBS
Level 38: Steve Urkel’s catchphraseRATATOUILLE
Level 38: Steve Urkel’s catchphraseDIDIDOTHAT
Level 38: A professional who provides recruiting servicesHEADHUNTER
Level 38: Tabloid photographers fixated on shooting the starsSHERLOCK
Level 38: The classic pirate’s flag is called thisJOLLYROGER
Level 38: The successor format to DVDsNATUREWALK
Level 38: What red root vegetable is this?WRONGFOOT
Level 38: What is this delicious baked good?CHERRYPIE
Level 38: ESL stands for “English as a Second ________”LANGUAGE
Level 38: This path connects a garage to the streetDRIVEWAY
Level 38: Experts make these based on current dataFORECASTS
Level 38: “____ ____ the King!” is a proclamation for the ascension of a newLONGLIVE
Level 39: 60s guitar legend that had hits like Purple HazeHITSTHESPOT
Level 39: A favored meal for bees and butterfliesNECTAR
Level 39: A jungle predator and brand of carMEMORYCARD
Level 39: A way to decide the winner when the scores are the sameBAGGAGE
Level 39: Alice sat at one of these with the Mad HatterLALALAND
Level 39: Canine racing breed, and a kind of busUDDER
Level 39: Canine racing breed, and a kind of busGREYHOUND
Level 39: Cook hired to provide food at an eventLADDER
Level 39: Digital pet popular in the 1990sHAMFISTED
Level 39: Expression; ClumsyCATERER
Level 39: Expression; throwing out ideasBRAINSTORM
Level 39: A favored meal for bees and butterfliesNECTAR
Level 39: Green hotdog toppingRELISH
Level 39: Hairstyle of Mr. TTAMAGOTCHI
Level 39: Jack climbed one of these and encountered a giantVANILLA
Level 39: Lincoln gave his Four score and seven years ago speech hereBELOWZERO
Level 39: What football foul is this?OFFSIDES
Level 39: 60s guitar legend that had hits like Purple HazeJIMIHENDRIX
Level 39: Mascot of UC Santa Cruz, this gastropod resembles a fruitJIMIHENDRIX
Level 39: Offer to buy something at an unrealistically low priceBANANASLUG
Level 39: French city, famous for the mustardDIJON
Level 39: Lincoln gave his Four score and seven years ago speech hereGETTYSBURG
Level 39: Publications that feature panels and word balloonsGETTYSBURG
Level 39: Symbol used to mark out trending topics; e.g. on TwitterWINTER
Level 39: The R in R&DPAGETURNER
Level 39: To leave an area faced with impending dangerHASHTAG
Level 39: What football foul is this?SMOOTHIE
Level 39: Who is this chilly champion?BEANSTALK
Level 39: You can take these to control a horseREINS
Level 39: The process of growing olderAGING
Level 39: Bar game where small missiles are thrown at a target of concentricDARTS
Level 39: Snow White hid in a cottage with seven of theseDWARFS
Level 40: Beverage made from squeezing fruitsJUICE
Level 40: Don’t leave these untied or you might tripBIGMAC
Level 40: McDonald’s classic with secret sauceWRONGFOOT
Level 40: Objects with designs focused on human comfort and efficiency areIGNORE
Level 40: Special fast food catalog offering economical mealsBIGCHEESE
Level 40: Tabloid photographers fixated on shooting the starsMADMAX
Level 40: The head honcho of an organization; large solid dairy productORIGAMI
Level 40: Top Olympic runner who is as fast as his nameRAGNAROK
Level 40: A flat tailed rodent who can fell treesBEAVER
Level 40: What body part does this represent?ERGONOMIC
Level 40: What carnival feature is this?JACKIECHAN
Level 40: Special fast food catalog offering economical mealsVALUEMENU
Level 40: What post-apocalyptic movie is this?VALUEMENU
Level 40: Which US district is this landmark located in?BALLOON
Level 40: A place that caters to people on vacationRESORT
Level 40: Type of skates with four wheelsROLLER
Level 40: Occurring without human interventionNATURAL
Level 40: What German city is this?HAMBURG
Level 40: Standing or sitting position where the back is straightUPRIGHT
Level 40: A place that displays or sells artworksGALLERY
Level 40: What are these game pieces?DOMINOES
Level 41: _____ is golden; sometimes it’s wise to say nothingBADAPPLE
Level 41: A common bedtime phraseRAIDERS
Level 41: A common condiment for french friesBREAKFAST
Level 41: A kindly TV host who asked Won’t you be my neighbor?ESCARGOT
Level 41: Ali Baba tangles with them after learning the magic words Open SesameINSTALL
Level 41: An energy drink that gives you wingsTOPSECRET
Level 41: What is this spy-related termTOPSECRET
Level 41: Annual school memento, often signedRAINDANCE
Level 41: Improvisational game where you fill in the blanks to a storyBLOWAGASKET
Level 41: One of the 5 Great Lakes, found in MichiganLAKEHURON
Level 41: A child who has started walkingTODDLER
Level 41: One of the 5 Great Lakes, found in MichiganTIEBREAKER
Level 41: PBS has a Roadshow to find these sometimes hidden treasuresYEARBOOK
Level 41: Professional football team from OaklandSCRUBS
Level 41: Sci-fi instant transportation methodHALLOWEEN
Level 41: What editing software is this?PHOTOSHOP
Level 41: _____ is golden; sometimes it’s wise to say nothingSILENCE
Level 41: The next step after you download an appINSTALL
Level 41: Improvisational game where you fill in the blanks to a storyMADLIBS
Level 41: This black rock held the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphsKANGAROO
Level 41: A kindly TV host who asked Won’t you be my neighbor?MRROGERS
Level 41: Place to buy and sell productsMARKET
Level 41: Type of hard drive with no moving partsMRROGERS
Level 41: What editing software is this?EMERALD
Level 41: What is this spy-related termSHREDDER
Level 41: What professional walks on this type of runway?MODEL
Level 41: Machine used to make duplicates of paper filesCOPIER
Level 41: American coin worth 25 centsQUARTER
Level 41: A baby ______ is a pre-birth celebrationSHOWER
Level 42: _____house-Five, an anti-war novel by Kurt VonnegutMOTHEREARTH
Level 42: ___ pentameter, Shakespeare’s sonnets are written in this meterBEARINMIND
Level 42: A colorful instrument played with malletsXYLOPHONE
Level 42: Around the clock news ________DEEPFRIED
Level 42: Bond villain with a lethal hatDIDIDOTHAT
Level 42: Contains A through ZCHARACTER
Level 42: Dashboard instrument that displays the distance traveledUNICYCLE
Level 42: Demigod who performed 12 labors; featured in a 1997 Disney movieWEBBEDFEET
Level 42: Famous English researcher of chimpanzeesXYLOPHONE
Level 42: Idiomatically, this is the best medicine, but I’d get a second opinion!IMALLEARS
Level 42: What kind of American folk dance is this?HOEDOWN
Level 42: The largest flightless bird; one of their eggs makes 24 omelettesJANEGOODALL
Level 42: The part of the swimming pool that goes down the furthestWETSUIT
Level 42: What a good listener might sayODDJOB
Level 42: What is this aquatic bird feature?ALPHABET
Level 42: Energy drink advertised as giving you wingsREDBULL
Level 42: You don’t want this boundary to recede!DAVIDBOWIE
Level 42: Lacking both shoes and socksBAREFOOT
Level 42: Working past normal working hoursOVERTIME
Level 42: A person who enjoys games of chanceGAMBLER
Level 42: A time for a worker to rest, usuallyWEEKEND
Level 42: 90s TV show featuring heroic lifeguards running in slow motionBAYWATCH
Level 42: What sauce is this?MUSTARD
Level 43: A decision that doesn’t take any thinking at allHAMMER
Level 43: A tool used when hanging a paintingMOHAWK
Level 43: Charles M. ______, creator of Charlie BrownEVACUATE
Level 43: Digital pet popular in the 1990sLIBRARY
Level 43: Expression; ClumsyBEAVER
Level 43: Expression; throwing out ideasTHEBIGAPPLE
Level 43: Expression; ClumsyHAMFISTED
Level 43: Hairstyle of Mr. TWALNUTS
Level 43: Mascot of UC Santa Cruz, this gastropod resembles a fruitEYESIGHT
Level 43: A common dinner decision is between soup and this green, leafy dishSALAD
Level 43: Offer to buy something at an unrealistically low priceGASSTATION
Level 43: Protective eye equipmentSCHOOLBUS
Level 43: Digital pet popular in the 1990sTAMAGOTCHI
Level 43: Publications that feature panels and word balloonsCOMICBOOK
Level 43: Symbol used to mark out trending topics; e.g. on TwitterYOUAREHERE
Level 43: Offer to buy something at an unrealistically low priceLOWBALL
Level 43: The Grand Canyon is in this US stateLOWBALL
Level 43: To leave an area faced with impending dangerEVACUATE
Level 43: Mascot of UC Santa Cruz, this gastropod resembles a fruitBANANASLUG
Level 43: What insect royalty is this?BANANASLUG
Level 43: Who is this chilly champion?PARADISE
Level 43: What stretching exercise is this room used for?YOGA
Level 43: Yankee Doodle called his feathered cap thisWINTER
Level 43: Symbol used to mark out trending topics; e.g. on TwitterHASHTAG
Level 43: Yellow vehicle that takes students to their teachersHASHTAG
Level 43: Capital city of Germany, where currywurst is said to have been inventedBERLIN
Level 43: TV comedy genre, usually with 30-minute episodesSITCOM
Level 43: The reptilian spokesperson for GeicoGECKO
Level 43: To fix something that is brokenREPAIR
Level 44: _____house-Five, an anti-war novel by Kurt VonnegutYMCA
Level 44: 1970s hit by the Village People, the dance spells out the namePIEINTHESKY
Level 44: A colorful instrument played with malletsWALLET
Level 44: A leather case for bills, photos, cards, and moreDOUBTFIRE
Level 44: A leather case for bills, photos, cards, and moreWALLET
Level 44: Aerobic exercise that has your hands touching over your headAORTA
Level 44: Ali Baba tangles with them after learning the magic words Open SesameFORTYTHIEVES
Level 44: PBS has a Roadshow to find these sometimes hidden treasuresANTIQUES
Level 44: Arnold Schwarzenegger was one for CaliforniaHELENKELLER
Level 44: Around the clock news ________TOPSECRET
Level 44: Arnold Schwarzenegger was one for CaliforniaGOVERNOR
Level 44: Bob Ross famously said, “We don’t make mistakes, we make happy littleACCIDENTS
Level 44: Bond villain with a lethal hatXYLOPHONE
Level 44: Contains A through ZGOVERNOR
Level 44: Dashboard instrument that displays the distance traveledHYENA
Level 44: Expression that conveys longingWATERBED
Level 44: Spotted African predator known for its distinctive laughHYENA
Level 44: Half of a bicycleHOTROD
Level 44: Handheld pest control deviceWEBBEDFEET
Level 44: Original name of desktops produced by AppleTHRILLER
Level 44: PBS has a Roadshow to find these sometimes hidden treasuresHOURGLASS
Level 44: Half of a bicycleUNICYCLE
Level 44: Often seen denim pants loved by cowboysBLUEJEANS
Level 44: Spotted African predator known for its distinctive laughHYENA
Level 44: The part of the swimming pool that goes down the furthestHAIRLINE
Level 44: Ali Baba tangles with them after learning the magic words Open SesameFORTYTHIEVES
Level 44: The successor format to DVDsREBELS
Level 44: What is this spy-related termJUMPINGJACKS
Level 44: You don’t want this boundary to recede!MACINTOSH
Level 44: _______ X is the leader of the X-menPROFESSOR
Level 44: What is this unbearable event?FINALSTRAW
Level 44: This generation emerged following World War IIBABYBOOMER
Level 44: Natural way to get a tanSUNBATHING
Level 44: Traditional ritual for greeting, or for sealing a dealHANDSHAKE
Level 45: Bad breath conditionCHAINSAW
Level 45: Glass half empty type of personTALLAHASSEE
Level 45: Keyboard key used to delete errorsHANGARS
Level 45: Long-necked livestock known for spitting when irritatedEMBALMING
Level 45: Movement with a ball on a basketball courtBAKINGSODA
Level 45: What is this sweet coating found on a cake?ICING
Level 45: One-piece gymnastics wearSNAPSHOT
Level 45: Our thumbs are kind of special for this reasonEPISODE
Level 45: Ten to the power of threeAZTECS
Level 45: Coins and bills used to purchases goods and servicesMONEY
Level 45: What kind of smelly fruit is this?TYPECAST
Level 45: A movie theater brand featuring a particularly large screenIMAX
Level 45: A gem that comes from oysters, mussels, and clamsPEARL
Level 45: Secretly get married without parental approvalELOPE
Level 45: Flashy gambling establishmentCASINO
Level 46: A short or partial view; a peekHISTORY
Level 46: Amusement where participants drive electronic cars into one anotherRADIOHEAD
Level 46: Famous museum, home to the Mona LisaIRRATIONAL
Level 46: Former name of Ho Chi Minh CityNORWAY
Level 46: Lion from the Narnia seriesARMCHAIR
Level 46: Personal journal for one’s thoughts; entries may start with “dearDIARY
Level 46: Manhattan, Mojito, Gin and Tonic, for exampleICHABODCRANE
Level 46: Peter Pan’s handicapped enemyUPHILLBATTLE
Level 46: What do you call someone that plays this?GAMBLER
Level 46: Real ______ is property consisting of land and a buildingESTATE
Level 46: What is this farm tool called?PERMANENT
Level 46: Where the pilot controls an aircraft fromCOCKPIT
Level 46: Wintertime sculpture with a carrot for a noseSNOWMAN
Level 46: This animal is known for playing deadPOSSUM
Level 47: An exact duplicate, especially of a documentSPECTATOR
Level 47: Lachrymose stuffed donkey from Winnie the PoohEMBALMING
Level 47: Mexican dish; heated tortilla filled with cheese and other ingredientsKEYBOARD
Level 47: Never ceasing, infiniteENDLESS
Level 47: Oversized music player, often carried on the shoulderBOOMBOX
Level 47: Soda sugar substitute; high fructose ___ ____AMPUTATE
Level 47: Spooky gourdREDEYEFLIGHT
Level 47: Who is this Greek philosopher?RUSHHOUR
Level 47: US children’s show with a sky-colored canine star who leaves behindBLUESCLUES
Level 47: Words that might be used to start a raceRUBBERBAND
Level 47: What are these pieces of sporting equipment?GOLFCLUBS
Level 47: Lacking the ability to distinguish certain colorsCOLORBLIND
Level 47: Large absorbent cloth you might bring for a day of seaside funBEACHTOWEL
Level 47: Equine-based unit of engine performanceHORSEPOWER
Level 48: A species of large ginger apeSPHERE
Level 48: Arabic dancing style featuring complex torso movements and exoticYEARBOOK
Level 48: Orcine-pay ode-cay anguage-layPIGLATIN
Level 48: Culturally unacceptable practice, like gifting a clock in ChinaHOTCAKES
Level 48: What is this kitsch object called?LAVALAMP
Level 48: First animal, alphabeticallySNAPSHOT
Level 48: Orcine-pay ode-cay anguage-layTIARA
Level 48: A species of large ginger apeORANGUTAN
Level 48: Portrayed Obi-wan Kenobi in the original filmJOKER
Level 48: Premium chocolate brand from Belgium; named after the LadyPERMANENT
Level 48: Premium chocolate brand from Belgium; named after the LadyGODIVA
Level 48: Portrayed Obi-wan Kenobi in the original filmALECGUINNESS
Level 48: Supposedly negative calorie veggieWARANDPEACE
Level 48: Tension, sinus, cluster are types of thisTYPECAST
Level 48: This is an ________ seal; named after a long-nosed animalELEPHANT
Level 48: What is this furniture for sleeping?WATERBED
Level 48: The 1991 superhero in The Rocketeer wore this flight equipmentWEEKEND
Level 48: First animal, alphabeticallyAARDVARK
Level 48: The sincerest form of flatteryTIMBURTON
Level 48: This is an ________ seal; named after a long-nosed animalWRENCH
Level 48: Many pictures put together to give the illusion of movementANIMATION
Level 48: What is this kitsch object called?ONAPEDESTAL
Level 48: What is this man’s occupation?UMPIRE
Level 48: What is this man’s occupation?BAKINGSODA
Level 48: Yellow video game icon’s wifeMSPACMAN
Level 48: Yellow video game icon’s wifeTALLAHASSEE
Level 48: “_________ is bliss”; one can’t be troubled by what one doesn’t knowIGNORANCE
Level 48: Sock hung to receive Christmas presentsSTOCKING
Level 48: To put someone in jailIMPRISON
Level 48: Relieving stress; chilling outRELAXING
Level 48: Mountain that can eruptVOLCANO
Level 48: Yellow liquid found in the center of the object laid by a henEGGYOLK
Level 49: A rapper move; voice amplifier releaseBIGMAC
Level 49: Dante’s ____, first part of his Divine ComedyVALUEMENU
Level 49: Doritos flavor found in a blue bagCOOLRANCH
Level 49: Early Disney film; Mickey Mouse’s magic mishapBIGCHEESE
Level 49: Green-clad sprite who has a pot of goldLEPRECHAUN
Level 49: A rapper move; voice amplifier releaseMICDROP
Level 49: Friday the _____, horror classicNARWHAL
Level 49: One half of login information alongside a passwordUSERNAME
Level 49: Doritos flavor found in a blue bagCOOLRANCH
Level 49: Green-clad sprite who has a pot of goldJANEGOODALL
Level 49: Dante’s ____, first part of his Divine ComedyINFERNO
Level 49: Hooked whaling implementWIZARD
Level 49: Early Disney film; Mickey Mouse’s magic mishapFANTASIA
Level 49: Inspirational phrase given by a cat posterHAUNTED
Level 49: Name used for a vehicle that criminals escape a crime scene inHAZARDPAY
Level 49: Reporter for the Daily Planet and Superman’s love interestLOISLANE
Level 49: Skyscraper thriller; Bruce Willis starsDIEHARD
Level 49: Northeastern US regionSHREDDER
Level 49: Painter’s support, usually woodenNORWAY
Level 49: Pocket money regularly given by parents to their kidsALLOWANCE
Level 49: Pocket money regularly given by parents to their kidsRESERVATION
Level 49: Northeastern US regionNEWENGLAND
Level 49: Skyscraper thriller; Bruce Willis starsOSTRICH
Level 49: They never go unpunishedLIEDETECTOR
Level 49: They never go unpunishedGOODDEEDS
Level 49: What rapper does this refer to?CRIMESCENE
Level 49: What rapper does this refer to?SLIMSHADY
Level 49: What are these supportive tools?CRUTCHES
Level 49: A criminal who intentionally starts a fireARSONIST
Level 50: Athlete that tumbles, rolls, somersaults, and moreGYMNAST
Level 50: French city, famous for the mustardBACKSTREET
Level 50: Moralistic tales; Aesop’s are quite famousFABLES
Level 50: He picked a peck of pickled peppers.MACARONI
Level 50: Weekend hire to give parents some time awayBABYSITTER
Level 50: Moralistic tales; Aesop’s are quite famousSOLIDSTATE
Level 50: Tiny pores on leaves and stems that allow plants to breatheSTOMATA
Level 50: Mythical city of gold, supposedly in South AmericaSCARECROW
Level 50: Refreezable object used to keep food cold or reduce swelling fromICEPACK
Level 50: Severe allergy sufferers should keep one aroundMADMAX
Level 50: What kind of music do these men play?MARIACHI
Level 50: This is Batman’s favorite birdROBIN
Level 50: This is Batman’s favorite birdROBIN
Level 50: Tiny pores on leaves and stems that allow plants to breatheQUEENBEE
Level 50: Weekend hire to give parents some time awaySIDESHOW
Level 50: What minor injury does this represent?PAPERCUT
Level 50: What kind of music do these men play?WASHINGTONDC
Level 50: Symbol used to mark trending topics, typically on TwitterHASHTAG
Level 50: One-piece gymnastics wearLEOTARD
Level 50: A short or partial view; a peekGLIMPSE
Level 50: Someone who is sleep-________ had better go to bedDEPRIVED

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