LA Times Crossword Hints May 21 2024

Our LA Times Crossword Hints for May 21, 2024 puzzle will help you move through the grid if you’ve found yourself stuck on a clue. The LA Times Crossword is a daily crossword puzzle published in the Los Angeles Times, one of the largest newspapers in the United States. It is highly regarded by crossword enthusiasts for its challenging clues and clever themes. It is a traditional-style crossword, with a grid of black and white squares, and clues in both the across and down directions. The LA Times Crossword offers a daily challenge for solvers of all levels, from beginner to expert.

LA Times Crossword Hints, May 21, 2024

You’ll find hints for all of the crossword clues for the LA Times Crossword on 5/21/24. The clues are listed below, and you can click/tap on a clue to go to its page for more detail, including definitions, but if you don’t want to be immediately spoiled, you can reveal letter by letter to still offer yourself more of a challenge before revealing the full solution.

  • 1A. Deeply engrossed

  • 5A. Played music at a dance club, say

  • 9A. Led Zeppelins Whole __ Love

  • 14A. The Time Machine race

  • 15A. Slippery

  • 16A. “Please specify” list option

  • 17A. Many, many

  • 18A. Call on the carpet

  • 20A. Triangle or quadrilateral

  • 22A. Holds a grudge against

  • 23A. Fed. ID fig.

  • 24A. Give the boot

  • 26A. Boomer’s kid, perhaps

  • 27A. Sty emanation

  • 29A. Maker of Regenerist products

  • 31A. Bath tourist spot

  • 34A. First __ equals

  • 36A. Pogo stick sound

  • 37A. Toy that resembles a gyroscope

  • 38A. Rafael who is one of tennis’s “Big Three”

  • 39A. law, for short

  • 40A. Chi-town airport

  • 42A. Nothing to do with soccer?

  • 43A. Boo-boo

  • 45A. Sty emanations

  • 46A. World Cup cheer

  • 47A. Wonderland bird

  • 48A. Abbr. on a company sign

  • 49A. Promissory note

  • 50A. “My only __ sprung from my only hate!”: Juliet

  • 52A. To a degree

  • 55A. Church deliveries

  • 59A. Artist with the 2024 album “Cowboy Carter”

  • 61A. Slowpoke’s opposite

  • 63A. Petri dish gelatin

  • 64A. Ebbing and flowing

  • 65A. Old movie spool

  • 66A. Answering system limbo

  • 67A. Clotted cream accompaniment

  • 68A. Site for selling personalized gifts

  • 69A. Multitool’s multiplicity

  • 1D. Cuts with a sickle

  • 2D. Singers between sopranos and tenors

  • 3D. *Pasta-shaped colorful foam float

  • 4D. Itsy- —

  • 5D. Route around a construction area, say

  • 6D. Denim pants

  • 7D. Rocky Mountain National Park grazer

  • 8D. One who adds a little color

  • 9D. Totally chill

  • 10D. Aquatic mammal

  • 11D. Better ___ ever

  • 12D. Try out

  • 13D. Boats like Noah’s

  • 19D. Austinite, e.g.

  • 21D. *Celebratory search engine logo

  • 25D. *So awesome!

  • 28D. Personal code?

  • 30D. Story teller?

  • 31D. Enthusiastic audience reactions, and a feature of the answers to the starred clues

  • 32D. Chorizo meat

  • 33D. “Planet of the ___”

  • 34D. ___ Domini

  • 35D. Pigeonhole filler

  • 36D. Storyteller

  • 41D. Double or triple, maybe

  • 44D. 18 holes of golf, typically

  • 48D. In equal amounts

  • 49D. “To be clear … “

  • 51D. Double-reed woodwinds

  • 53D. Ascend, as a peak

  • 54D. Giraffe groups

  • 55D. Phased-out jets

  • 56D. ___ fail

  • 57D. Upgrade, as decor

  • 58D. Parched

  • 60D. Banzai Pipeline island

  • 62D. Rendezvoused

The LA Times Crossword is a daily crossword puzzle that is published in the Los Angeles Times newspaper and on its website. The puzzle is known for its clever clues and challenging difficulty level, and is popular among crossword enthusiasts around the world.

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The LA Times Crossword was first introduced in 2005, and has since become a beloved tradition for many crossword solvers. The puzzle is created by a team of experienced crossword constructors, who are known for their skill and creativity in the field of crossword puzzles.

One of the interesting features of the LA Times Crossword is its inclusion of a wide range of topics, from pop culture and current events to science and history. The puzzle is also known for its themed sections, which can add an extra layer of complexity to the solving experience.

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