"__ a Grecian Urn'' crossword clue


This crossword clue "__ a Grecian Urn'' was discovered last seen in the January 23 2022 at the NewsDay Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 5 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with O and can be found at the end of N. We think ODEON is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for "__ a Grecian Urn''

Clue Answer
"__ a Grecian Urn'' ODEON
___ Jean, protagonist from "To All the Boys" film series LARA
___ for Africa ("We Are the World" group) USA
Zac of "17 Again" EFRON
Yogi who coined the phrase "It ain't over till it's over" BERRA
Writer of the bestseller "Me and White Supremacy" (3 wds.) LAYLAFSAAD
Word that precedes "Is anybody home?" HELLO
Word that becomes its own opposite by putting a "T" at the front HERE
Word after "If at first you don't succeed ..." TRY
With 41-Across, "Psycho" actor who played Juror 1 in the 1957 film "12 Angry Men" MARTIN
With 13-Across, the "O" and "C" of the political world's A.O.C. OCASIO
Where the idiom "on a roll" comes from DICE
Where Kellogg is "K" and Macy's is "M": Abbr. NYSE
When Prospero says, "We are such stuff / As dreams are made on" ACTIV
When Juliet says, "Go ask his name" ACTI
What "M" and "F" are both short for DAYS
Vowels That Come Between "a" And "u" EIO
Type of song referred to in the saying "It ain't over till the fat lady sings" ARIA
Tyler of "Ad Astra" LIV
The "X" and "Y" lines on a graph AXES
The "she" of "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine" ILSA
The "N" and "I" of NIMBY NOTIN
Tennis biopic that features Beyoncé and Dixson's Oscar-nominated song "Be Alive" (2 wds.) KINGRICHARD
Target of Cleopatra's "Be angry and dispatch" ASP
Strauss' "__ Alpensinfonie" EINE
Sounds like "C" and is salty SEA

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