Word Craze Answers [Level 51-75 All Answers]

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Level 51: A meter in a vehicle that shows how much gas is remainingFUELGAUGE
Level 51: A rush of snow or rocks sliding down a slopeJULIUSCAESAR
Level 51: Admission of one’s guiltLULLABY
Level 51: Condiment made with egg and oilONAPEDESTAL
Level 51: Animal with a distinguished pedigreePUREBRED
Level 51: Judy ____, starred in Wizard of OzBANKROLL
Level 51: Model enclosed in glass that can be shaken for a Wintertime sceneWARANDPEACE
Level 51: Musical style that uses vocals without any instrumentsTIMBURTON
Level 51: Railroad car typically at the end of the train that houses the crewPIEINTHESKY
Level 51: A hole in the door for mailLETTERBOX
Level 51: What is this instrument called?TIARA
Level 51: The most common type of degree earned through completing collegeBACHELORS
Level 51: Legendary music festival held in 1969, on a dairy farm in Bethel,WOODSTOCK
Level 51: Someone who completes their studies at schoolGRADUATE
Level 51: Something used as the norm or model for comparisonsSTANDARD
Level 52: Comes before junior high, my dear WatsonPAPERTOWEL
Level 52: Expression; a race that is too close to call, especially a horseSPHERE
Level 52: Male deer have themADDRESSBAR
Level 52: Separate from a spouseJOKER
Level 52: Leaving extra money on the table for a restaurant serverTIPPING
Level 52: Stuffs animals for displaySILENCE
Level 52: The Big ____; the Dude abidesNARWHAL
Level 52: This helps you pay for collegeRESERVATION
Level 52: What is this Japanese dish called?HOOVERDAM
Level 52: A road that leads nowhereDEADEND
Level 52: What is this motion sickness?CARSICK
Level 52: A whole number; a number that is not a fractionINTEGER
Level 52: This portable device is a relief for asthma patientsINHALER
Level 52: This animal, the ________ seal, is named for a long-nosed animalELEPHANT
Level 52: Type of guitar that doesn’t need an ampACOUSTIC
Level 52: Phone menu where saved names and numbers are storedCONTACTS
Level 53: _____ Tesla, rival of the aboveVALET
Level 53: Alan _______, portrayed Severus Snape in the Harry Potter seriesLEGEND
Level 53: What is this surgeon’s tool called?FORCEPS
Level 53: As American as ____ __WIZARD
Level 53: Hunter who fought Arnie and Aliens, in separate filmsGLASSJAW
Level 53: Thomas Alva ______, credited for inventing the lightbulbEDISON
Level 53: _____ Tesla, rival of the aboveNIKOLA
Level 53: Informal term for a psychiatristWHACKAMOLE
Level 53: Informal term for a psychiatristSHRINK
Level 53: Lemons, limes, and oranges, for exampleJASONBOURNE
Level 53: Thomas Alva ______, credited for inventing the lightbulbHAMMER
Level 53: Traffic anger, in other wordsSWEETDREAMS
Level 53: To mark text using a light, brightly-colored inkHIGHLIGHT
Level 53: What is this combined landmass calledBLOWAGASKET
Level 53: What is this combined landmass calledEURASIA
Level 53: What is this surgeon’s tool called?BIGBEN
Level 53: Traffic anger, in other wordsROADRAGE
Level 53: You might raise these facial features in surpriseREDLIGHT
Level 53: Game where people whisper a message to one another in a row to seeTELEPHONE
Level 53: Ferdinand Magellan and Marco Polo were both famous _________EXPLORERS
Level 54: A desert reptile that has a peculiar tailGASSTATION
Level 54: Also called mouth harpTEENAGER
Level 54: The fairy variant of this helped CinderellaGODMOTHER
Level 54: A desert reptile that has a peculiar tailRATTLESNAKE
Level 54: Black tie, white tie, business casual, for exampleRAINFOREST
Level 54: Also called mouth harpHARMONICA
Level 54: Do as I say, ___ __ _ __VINYL
Level 54: Hypothetical perfect societyROTTENEGG
Level 54: It’s said to be bad luck if this animal crosses your pathBLACKCAT
Level 54: Light spectrum used by night vision gogglesRIGHT
Level 54: Magic words, similar to hocus pocus or alakazam!OUTOFTHEBLUE
Level 54: Poultry trinity mashupTURDUCKEN
Level 54: Polka instrument; also called squeezeboxNAPOLEON
Level 54: Hypothetical perfect societyUTOPIA
Level 54: Poultry trinity mashupMISSINGYOU
Level 54: Rules 1 & 2: you do not talk about thisTAJMAHAL
Level 54: The best defense is a good _____JIMIHENDRIX
Level 54: The fairy variant of this helped CinderellaGODMOTHER
Level 54: Perfect time for telling stories to childrenBEDTIME
Level 54: Polka instrument; also called squeezeboxACCORDION
Level 54: Type of mammal named after the Latin for pouchTAROTCARDS
Level 54: What expression does this represent?PANCAKE
Level 54: What is this type of bike called?TANDEM
Level 54: The best defense is a good _____OFFENSE
Level 54: What is this type of bike called?ANNUAL
Level 54: What word does this represent?JOURNAL
Level 54: What biology term does this represent?GENEPOOL
Level 54: Honeycombs and snowflakes naturally take on this geometric shapeHEXAGON
Level 54: Unused, often amusing recordings left over after filmingOUTTAKES
Level 54: This 2018 DC movie stars Jason Momoa in a battle over the seasAQUAMAN
Level 55: Canadian national sportPHOTOSHOP
Level 55: First name of General Grant, of the US Civil WarULYSSES
Level 55: In US law, one is considered this until proven guiltyTOTEMPOLE
Level 55: Large spiders kept by some as pets for some reasonSTRAWBERRY
Level 55: A place that has witnessed many departures and arrivalsAIRPORT
Level 55: Mythical hybrid beast, combination of lion, goat, and snakeOBSESSION
Level 55: Name of the second Matrix filmJOURNAL
Level 55: Strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate in oneROSETTASTONE
Level 55: What are these called, collectively?TEENAGER
Level 55: Customer of a companyCLIENT
Level 55: Alan _______ portrayed Severus Snape in the “Harry Potter” seriesRICKMAN
Level 55: Underground room used to store wineCELLAR
Level 55: What permanent word does this represent?FOREVER
Level 56: Bart Simpson is in this in every episode introVINYL
Level 56: Chemical ingredient in nail polish removerUPHILLBATTLE
Level 56: Fictional animated band; recorded Feel Good, Inc.RAINFOREST
Level 56: Make like a treeCHAINSAW
Level 56: Influenced or changed by an outside forceAFFECTED
Level 56: To listen in on a conversation not meant for youHISTORY
Level 56: Undo button, but for pencil writingROTTENEGG
Level 56: What is the name of this shape?IRRATIONAL
Level 56: What is this popular grain?WHEAT
Level 56: What type of fruit are these?BERRIES
Level 56: To draw in breathINHALE
Level 56: Singer that says “Hello” while “Rolling in the Deep”ADELE
Level 56: The sea witch in “The Little Mermaid” who offered Ariel a tradeURSULA
Level 57: Bart Simpson would prefer that you don’t do this, manGOVERNOR
Level 57: He says I do at a weddingOBSESSION
Level 57: Miniature sea creatures that are a favorite food of whalesCRIMESCENE
Level 57: Pest animal known for playing deadSTRAWBERRY
Level 57: The eponymous Lord of the RingsRADIOHEAD
Level 57: The sound a clock makesTICKTOCK
Level 57: US city of brotherly loveNATUREWALK
Level 57: What is this massive landmark found in South Dakota called?BLADERUNNER
Level 57: What theory does this represent?ARMCHAIR
Level 57: Canadian actor known for portraying Austin Powers and voicing ShrekMIKEMYERS
Level 57: What sport is this?PINGPONG
Level 57: “Pirates of the ________” refers to both a Disneyland ride and theCARIBBEAN
Level 57: People affected by this condition have trouble sleepingINSOMNIA
Level 57: Someone who kills a prominent figure, typically for political purposesASSASSIN
Level 57: A headache you might get after a night of drinkingHANGOVER
Level 58: __ ___, no foulSHAMPOO
Level 58: A type of tea named after nobilityDEADRINGER
Level 58: Afternoon performance of a play; don’t confuse with sea cowFOSSIL
Level 58: Alternative to automatic, in carsFOODGROUPS
Level 58: Partially closing one’s eyes to see things more clearlySQUINTING
Level 58: Pet detective portrayed by Jim CarreyBELOWZERO
Level 58: Small pieces of paper to help memorizationJUICE
Level 58: The ___ ____; Christopher Nolan movieBILLGATES
Level 58: There are two on the US mapTELEPROMPTER
Level 58: An adjustment made to an official document; the US Constitution hasAMENDMENT
Level 58: What state is this balloon in?DEFLATED
Level 58: The ________, American rock band famous for their hit “Pretty FlyOFFSPRING
Level 58: Finding a four-leaf clover will bring you thisGOODLUCK
Level 58: To give someone support and confidence in doing somethingENCOURAGE
Level 58: A magic _____ ___ is a black sphere that will answer your questions,EIGHTBALL
Level 59: A brief appearance of a movie star in a filmPAPARAZZI
Level 59: Billionaire founder of Tesla and SpaceXRAIDERS
Level 59: China, Korea, and Japan are countries in this regionBLURAY
Level 59: Norse warriors feared for their unstoppable rageBERSERKERS
Level 59: ________ & Dragons is a fantasy tabletop role-playing gameDUNGEONS
Level 59: Odin, Thor, Loki, Tyr, Balder, and Freya are examples of theseTABLECLOTH
Level 59: Pabst ____ ______, American lagerJOLLYROGER
Level 59: What astrological sign is this?SUBTITLE
Level 59: Professional that rescues swimmers in dangerLIFEGUARD
Level 59: What is this 2014 thriller about a missing person?GONEGIRL
Level 59: French gothic cathedral named “Our Lady of Paris”NOTREDAME
Level 59: Container containing sticks of wood used to spark flamesMATCHBOX
Level 59: If you fry an egg without flipping it, it’s “_____ ____ up”SUNNYSIDE
Level 60: Expression; a misleading clueTAMAGOTCHI
Level 60: Giant pandas were this until 2016ENDANGERED
Level 60: Gives sodas their distinctive fizzy qualityHAMFISTED
Level 60: Magnanimous response to no offenseNONETAKEN
Level 60: Magnanimous response to no offenseTEAPARTY
Level 60: Walking on this is a balancing actTIGHTROPE
Level 60: If you believe in yourself, anything is ________POSSIBLE
Level 60: Patron saint of IrelandTIEBREAKER
Level 60: The entrance to heaven is often called thisPEARLYGATES
Level 60: Expression; a misleading clueREDHERRING
Level 60: Suited for both land and waterRELISH
Level 60: Gives sodas their distinctive fizzy qualityCARBONATION
Level 60: The entrance to heaven is often called thisCATERER
Level 60: The Good Witch of the SouthJIMIHENDRIX
Level 60: An informal, spur of the moment photoSNAPSHOT
Level 60: Suited for both land and waterAMPHIBIOUS
Level 60: The most Canadian of the Five Great Lakes of North AmericaLAKEONTARIO
Level 60: Walking on this is a balancing actGREYHOUND
Level 60: What a surgeon calls a cutJAGUAR
Level 60: What type of nut is this?PISTACHIO
Level 60: What type of nut is this?NECTAR
Level 60: Exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion of excitementHYSTERIA
Level 60: “_______ Gangster”, 2007 crime drama starring Denzel Washington asAMERICAN
Level 60: A building that contains several rentable living spacesAPARTMENT
Level 60: Alice sat at one of these with the Mad HatterTEAPARTY
Level 60: Exams that take place halfway through a college courseMIDTERMS
Level 60: A place for a canine to rest their headDOGHOUSE
Level 61: A child might throw one when angryCOMICBOOK
Level 61: Chicken, gold, and wisdom can be found in this formRESEARCH
Level 61: The last Mad Max filmFURYROAD
Level 61: A child might throw one when angryTANTRUM
Level 61: Chocolate ice cream flavor with nuts and marshmallowsWINTER
Level 61: Expression; caught in the actHASHTAG
Level 61: Expression; caught in the actREDHANDED
Level 61: Hypothetical technology for traveling to the past or futureTIMEMACHINE
Level 61: Using a passage from a book or speech to make an argumentQUOTING
Level 61: Leave out; remove from considerationGETTYSBURG
Level 61: One who has been hired to perform a jobEMPLOYEE
Level 61: Often paired with ladies when introducing a performanceOFFSIDES
Level 61: One of these is ten millimeters longMOHAWK
Level 61: One who has been hired to perform a jobEVACUATE
Level 61: Ring this to alert people inside a house to your presenceDOORBELL
Level 61: Speak in a low volume; obligatory in a libraryBEANSTALK
Level 61: Speak in a low volume; obligatory in a libraryWHISPER
Level 61: Leave out; remove from considerationEXCLUDE
Level 61: The last Mad Max filmLOWBALL
Level 61: Traditional ritual for greeting or sealing a dealBANANASLUG
Level 61: Traditional ritual for greeting or sealing a dealHANDSHAKE
Level 61: What is this interstellar vehicle?SPACESHIP
Level 61: The cure for a poisonANTIDOTE
Level 61: Yellow assistants with their own language from 2010’s “DespicableMINIONS
Level 61: _______ will get you nowhere; praising someone won’t win any favorsFLATTERY
Level 62: A sanitary cloth used when dining to wipe up messesPAPARAZZI
Level 62: Comes in packages of 10 while the buns come in packages of 8USAINBOLT
Level 62: Eight of these pull Santa’s sleighBIGCHEESE
Level 62: He shot first, no matter what George Lucas saysBIGMAC
Level 62: Little men with red hats that might live in your gardenVALUEMENU
Level 62: Two words to express gratitude and appreciationTHANKYOU
Level 62: Synthetic fiber, used in women’s stockingsEYELID
Level 62: What is this measuring instrument called?SHOELACES
Level 62: You can take these to control a horseERGONOMIC
Level 62: Holiday where all manner of monsters come out for candyHALLOWEEN
Level 62: Expression that conveys longingMISSINGYOU
Level 62: They roll them out for celebritiesREDCARPET
Level 62: What restless expression does this represent?CABINFEVER
Level 62: Means “good luck” backstageBREAKALEG
Level 62: Summertime drink often sold at small stands by childrenLEMONADE
Level 62: Bruce Lee’s signature weapon, made of two sticks connected by a chainNUNCHUKS
Level 63: A king who was cursed to have his touch turn things into goldSIDESHOW
Level 63: Classic third option for votersFORTYTHIEVES
Level 63: Italian grilled sandwich, often made in a pressMRROGERS
Level 63: One who fusses over unimportant detailsMADMAX
Level 63: Al ______, the lead in “Scarface”PACINO
Level 63: Robin Hood’s love interestKETCHUP
Level 63: What musical symbol does this represent?WASHINGTONDC
Level 63: Without preparation or rehearsalSILENCE
Level 63: Write, rite, right, and Wright are all examples of thisSWEETDREAMS
Level 63: What kind of furniture does this represent?CABINET
Level 63: You might gaze at yours for meditationREDBULL
Level 63: Swiss city, birthplace of some very important ConventionsGENEVA
Level 63: The chief servant of a large household, traditionally male; CarsonBUTLER
Level 63: Season when the leaves start fallingAUTUMN
Level 64: A musical ensemble with a conductor and many types of instrumentsROSETTASTONE
Level 64: Cutting these can leave you in tearsTELEPORT
Level 64: Expression; joyful, cheerful, chipperANTIQUES
Level 64: Head accessory used to privately listen to music playersYEARBOOK
Level 64: Eric _______, one of the greatest guitarists of all time, ironicallyCLAPTON
Level 64: King Arthur’s legendary swordMADLIBS
Level 64: Obsolete data storage; the save icon is modeled after thisRAIDERS
Level 64: Well known, but not in a good wayLAKEHURON
Level 64: What word does this represent?BACKRUB
Level 64: Drug that boosts muscle development; illegal in athletic competitionsSTEROID
Level 64: Having an exaggerated sense of one’s own importanceARROGANT
Level 64: What Indian landmark is this?TAJMAHAL
Level 64: To request a restaurant to hold a table for you in advanceRESERVE
Level 64: What holiday does this animal represent?EASTER
Level 64: A tortilla chip and cheese dishNACHOS
Level 64: Dogs are man’s best _______FRIEND
Level 64: An _______ buy is a purchase made based on a sudden urgeIMPULSE
Level 65: A cell’s core, where DNA is housedODOMETER
Level 65: A proof of purchase often used for returnsSOLIDSTATE
Level 65: Portable light source before flashlightsLANTERN
Level 65: An artist’s greatest workSLAUGHTER
Level 65: This might be filled with junkMAILBOX
Level 65: An artist’s greatest workMAGNUMOPUS
Level 65: Expression; an attack made on an unprepared opponentPHOTOSHOP
Level 65: Los Del Rio hit which caused a 90s dance crazeXYLOPHONE
Level 65: Los Del Rio hit which caused a 90s dance crazeMACARENA
Level 65: What Marvel superhero is this?IRONMAN
Level 65: Phrase; something that indicates things might turn around or improveODDJOB
Level 65: Portable light source before flashlightsTOPSECRET
Level 65: Small and common pet often found running on a wheelALPHABET
Level 65: Small and common pet often found running on a wheelHAMSTER
Level 65: A cell’s core, where DNA is housedNUCLEUS
Level 65: The FBI stands for the Federal ______ of InvestigationBUREAU
Level 65: The foot soldiers of an armyCOVERAGE
Level 65: Expression; an attack made on an unprepared opponentCHEAPSHOT
Level 65: This might be filled with junkIAMBIC
Level 65: Sailors who steal from other vessels; also, people who illegallyPIRATE
Level 65: “Trash” is the ______ of the following sentence: “Ann carried outOBJECT
Level 65: Larval form of a frogTADPOLE
Level 65: Spiritual leaders and teachers in JudaismRABBIS
Level 65: The male parent of a childFATHER
Level 66: A wheeled stretcher used to transport patientsJANEGOODALL
Level 66: Final chance to buy drinks at a barWEBBEDFEET
Level 66: In the ____; while something is happeningHERCULES
Level 66: Peanut butter cups in an orange packageOSTRICH
Level 66: Reporter for the Daily Planet, and Superman’s love interestIMALLEARS
Level 66: Some animals do this to save energy during the winterHIBERNATE
Level 66: To be or not to be, that is the questionHAMLET
Level 66: You enter via this, and exit via the exitLAUGHTER
Level 66: To surgically remove a limb or other body partAMPUTATE
Level 66: A place to buy souvenirs at a theme park or museumGIFTSHOP
Level 66: E.g. Thousand Island, Caesar, vinaigretteDRESSING
Level 66: “Birds of a _______ flock together”FEATHER
Level 67: ____ ____ and carry onSCHULZ
Level 67: Animals with 6 legs and 2 antennaeHAMMER
Level 67: Animals with 6 legs and 2 antennaeINSECTS
Level 67: ____ ____ and carry onKEEPCALM
Level 67: Decorative Christmas ring of leaves often found on a doorHAMFISTED
Level 67: Movie actor in Tropic Thunder, Zoolander, and moreMOHAWK
Level 67: Sea _____; a spiky sea critterURCHIN
Level 67: Decorative Christmas ring of leaves often found on a doorWREATH
Level 67: In US politics, a member of the upper chamber of CongressSENATOR
Level 67: Sea _____; a spiky sea critterTAMAGOTCHI
Level 67: Sherlock Holmes’s method for solving seemingly impossible mysteriesLOWBALL
Level 67: To perform very well; also spreadsheet softwareEXCEL
Level 67: Movie actor in Tropic Thunder, Zoolander, and moreBENSTILLER
Level 67: To perform very well; also spreadsheet softwareBRAINSTORM
Level 67: What literary form does this represent?NOBRAINER
Level 67: What style of restaurant is this?FASTFOOD
Level 67: Sherlock Holmes’s method for solving seemingly impossible mysteriesDEDUCTION
Level 67: What is this type of review?WRITEUP
Level 67: What style of restaurant is this?BANANASLUG
Level 67: What literary form does this represent?PROSE
Level 67: Wide-brimmed headgear that provides portable shadeSUNHAT
Level 67: Second lowest rating for a hotelTWOSTAR
Level 67: Weather commonly seen in places with colder wintersSNOWING
Level 67: Famous British car show; formerly presented by Jeremy ClarksonTOPGEAR
Level 68: A symbol of a snake eating its own tail, signifying infinityWINTER
Level 68: Cleaned between teeth with a stringGOGGLES
Level 68: Expression; slow, steady progressBABYSTEPS
Level 68: Expression; take a ___ ___, to defer accepting an offerCOMICBOOK
Level 68: Lookout post at the top of a mast on a shipQUEENBEE
Level 68: One half of login information alongside a passwordHASHTAG
Level 68: The number above the line in a fractionEVACUATE
Level 68: A witch may use one of these to flyBROOMSTICK
Level 68: Lead singer of Black SabbathOZZYOSBOURNE
Level 68: What is this illusionary act?MAGICTRICK
Level 68: An __________ speech is given by someone receiving an awardACCEPTANCE
Level 68: Freddy Krueger causes these at nightNIGHTMARES
Level 68: To speed up a recording, usually to skip the commercialsFASTFORWARD
Level 68: “The Mission: Impossible” and “Die Hard” are two series of ______ACTIONMOVIES
Level 68: A scientific procedure for testing or proving an ideaEXPERIMENT
Level 68: What kind of spiky rodent is this?PORCUPINE
Level 69: A fortified room in a home that provides protection from sudden dangerSLAUGHTER
Level 69: A grade schooler’s shoebox art displayGOVERNOR
Level 69: Al ______, the lead in ScarfaceJUMPINGJACKS
Level 69: Breath-freshening candies, The FreshmakerWALLET
Level 69: Equivalent to 3 teaspoons, or 1x2f16 of a cupYMCA
Level 69: To leave the work force and start to get pensionRETIRE
Level 69: Expression; what is deservedXYLOPHONE
Level 69: Let go; unleash; free from confinementSCHOOLBUS
Level 69: Master of ceremonies for a circus, introduces all the actsMACARONI
Level 69: Rubbing a fist on one’s headFORTYTHIEVES
Level 69: Thomas Alva ______, credited with inventing the lightbulbEDISON
Level 69: Chicken, gold, and wisdom can be found in this formNUGGET
Level 69: Cutting these vegetables can leave you in tearsONIONS
Level 69: An interior space where a car can be parkedGARAGE
Level 70: A giant ape who climbed the Empire State BuildingBLURAY
Level 70: Baseball team that has won the most World Series ChampionshipsMACINTOSH
Level 70: Expression; a period of time characterized by a lack of activityHYENA
Level 70: Leafy green meal with the same name as a famous Roman emperorCAESARSALAD
Level 70: Leafy green meal with the same name as a famous Roman emperorCAESARSALAD
Level 70: A secret _______ might send flowers on Valentine’s DayADMIRER
Level 70: Light that is beyond the visible spectrum, used for sterilizationODDJOB
Level 70: Served with ice; bartending termTHEDEEPEND
Level 70: Expression; a period of time characterized by a lack of activityDRYSPELL
Level 70: Shiny paste-on symbol of achievement for childrenANTIQUES
Level 70: Served with ice; bartending termONTHEROCKS
Level 70: Signature saying; Live long and prosper, for SpockMISSINGYOU
Level 70: Advance notification of dangerWARNING
Level 70: A giant ape who climbed the Empire State BuildingKINGKONG
Level 70: Socializing to make professional connectionsALPHABET
Level 70: Light that is beyond the visible spectrum, used for sterilizationULTRAVIOLET
Level 70: Texan, Cajun, and Creole, for EnglishCOVERAGE
Level 70: The science of soundODOMETER
Level 70: The science of soundACOUSTICS
Level 70: What expression does this represent?CABINFEVER
Level 70: Who is this chilly champion?WINTER
Level 70: Small colored glass bead used as a toy; type of stone often usedMARBLE
Level 70: Something that belongs to an individual and not the publicPRIVATE
Level 70: The power to direct a person’s actionsCONTROL
Level 70: Size between small and largeMEDIUM
Level 70: To pay someone to work for you; hireEMPLOY
Level 71: A coffee made with espresso and steamed milkDRIBBLING
Level 71: A college student’s chosen focus for studyBACKSPACE
Level 71: First aid item to cover a cutTOPSECRET
Level 71: Looking back; it’s 20x2f20LEOTARD
Level 71: Figure _____, an Olympic sport that’s like gymnastics on iceSKATING
Level 71: Summary of key points; beginnings of a sketchLLAMA
Level 71: The reptilian spokesperson for GeicoHALITOSIS
Level 71: Watercraft that lets users zip around the waterPESSIMIST
Level 71: What biology term does this represent?HAIRLINE
Level 71: Hermione ______, one of Harry Potter’s best friendsGRANGER
Level 71: Money paid back for a returned productREFUND
Level 71: What is this place for trash?LANDFILL
Level 71: Chinese director of stylish action movies like “Hard Boiled” andJOHNWOO
Level 71: Natural home or environment of an animalHABITAT
Level 72: A _______ of a thousand miles begins with a single step – Lao ZiJOURNEY
Level 72: A note that takes up an entire measure in 4x2f4 timeTHOUSAND
Level 72: A person who likes to walk trails through natureOPPOSABLE
Level 72: Expression; move without going anywhereASLAN
Level 72: Jack Russell, Boston, Bull, Scottish, are all types of thisSAIGON
Level 72: Legendary bird that is reborn from the ashesBUMPERCARS
Level 72: Midnight rider who warned that the British are coming!DURIAN
Level 72: Royal home fit for a king and queenPALACE
Level 72: Describes twins that look exactly the sameIDENTICAL
Level 72: Recurring headaches, usually on one side of the head and accompaniedMIGRAINES
Level 72: What brand of soft drink is this?DRPEPPER
Level 72: Professional who helps people deal with emotional problems by talkingTHERAPIST
Level 72: One of the houses in Hogwarts with a bird as its logoRAVENCLAW
Level 72: Fairy tale villain who huffs and puffsBIGBADWOLF
Level 72: Phrase; a group of expertsTHINKTANK
Level 72: This gets passed around on karaoke nightMICROPHONE
Level 72: Obsolete data storage; the “save” icon is modeled after thisFLOPPYDISK
Level 72: A great joke can leave you __ _______INSTITCHES
Level 73: A movie theater brand featuring a particularly large screenENDLESS
Level 73: An animal that subsists on both meat and plantsFACSIMILE
Level 73: Black Gold, a liquid found underground with a variety of usesCAPTAINHOOK
Level 73: His porridge, chair, and bed were just right for GoldilocksCOCKTAIL
Level 73: Shakespearean female lead, opposite to RomeoJULIET
Level 73: The sea witch in The Little Mermaid who offered Ariel a tradeORGANIST
Level 73: Unattractive or unappealingEEYORE
Level 73: What animal has this type of pattern?SCYTHE
Level 73: What kind of backpack is this?QUESADILLA
Level 73: The capital of Russia; where St. Basil’s Cathedral is locatedMOSCOW
Level 73: What kind of playground equipment is this?SEESAW
Level 73: A container for your screwdriver, hammer, pliers, etc.TOOLBOX
Level 73: Place to store clothes at homeCLOSET
Level 73: University in Massachusetts with the most US presidents as alumniHARVARD
Level 73: u201CIt’s always _______ before the dawn”, a reminder to stay positiveDARKEST
Level 74: A sandy bathroom for cats and other types of petsBOOMBOX
Level 74: A sustained period of little to no rain, causing water shortageORANGUTAN
Level 74: A theorem used to find the length of a side of a right triangleTABOO
Level 74: Internet connection that can be used in many public placesAARDVARK
Level 74: Regular guy, everyman, nobody specialAVERAGEJOE
Level 74: What is this type of food?SKEWERS
Level 74: Supersonic commercial airliner, now discontinuedBELLYDANCE
Level 74: Tip of a projectile weapon; brand of bottled waterREADYSETGO
Level 74: Used to reduce pain or put a patient to sleep for an operationANESTHETIC
Level 74: Bottle of liquid with magical effectsPOTION
Level 74: What word does this represent?NOMAD
Level 74: Professional who mends and makes clothesTAILOR
Level 74: Household objects used to sweep floorsBROOMS
Level 74: Of or from the USA’s southern neighborMEXICAN
Level 74: Expression; to have a short breakTAKEFIVE
Level 74: Professional who practices law; a lawyerATTORNEY
Level 74: 2006 crime film u201CThe ______” is Scorsese’s reimagining of the HongDEPARTED
Level 75: _______ Churchill, the UK’s prime minister during WWIIJETPACK
Level 75: ________ Island, a tale about pirates and buried goldIMITATION
Level 75: An interior space where a car can be parkedCELERY
Level 75: Bony chest protectorHEADACHE
Level 75: Expression; wealthyALECGUINNESS
Level 75: Flagship products of Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Leica, etc.CAMERA
Level 75: Month of Halloween, was once the 8th monthPIGLATIN
Level 75: What expression does this represent?DIMEADOZEN
Level 75: What kind of spiky rodent is this?PORCUPINE
Level 75: _____ 13, an ill-fated space expedition that, through heroic efforts,APOLLO
Level 75: Examples include Harry Potter, Merlin, and GandalfWIZARD
Level 75: What is this adventurous action?EMBARK
Level 75: Sudden and unexpectedABRUPT
Level 75: Similar to Friday the 13th, in Spain, Tuesday the 13th is said toBADLUCK
Level 75: Something incredible which cannot be easily explained, often seenMIRACLE

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