Aptly named ghost in the Mario franchise crossword clue


This crossword clue Aptly named ghost in the Mario franchise was discovered last seen in the November 27 2021 at the USA Today Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 3 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with B and can be found at the end of O. We think BOO is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for Aptly named ghost in the Mario franchise

Clue Answer
Aptly named ghost in the Mario franchise BOO
___ Powers, aptly named women's basketball star AERIAL
Word aptly removed from e___ation VAPOR
Word aptly hidden in Marian Anderson's name ARIA
Word aptly hidden in "onboard" OAR
Word aptly hidden in "I've got this!" EGO
Word aptly found in "price control" ECON
Word aptly found in "polar curve" ARC
Word aptly found in "plaudits" LAUD
Word aptly found in "perimeter" RIM
With 58-Across, salad fixings ... and what you'll find aptly hidden in puzzle rows 4, 6 and 10 CHOPPED
With 45-Across, meat cut that suggests six aptly placed puzzle answers FLANK
What orderlies could aptly be? NEATFREAKS
What aptly named #1 hit of 1977 is used in CPR training due to its number of beats per minute? STAYINALIVE
What aptly fills the blanks of: "f_ss__ fuel" OIL
What a broken escalator can serve as, aptly STAIRS
What 2/2 is this year, aptly enough TUESDAY
Towels, e.g., aptly SHOWERGIFT
Test that aptly rhymes with "cram" EXAM
Speed demon, for instance (aptly!) DAREDEVIL
Something North Carolina's Alcohol Law Enforcement regulates, aptly ALE
Slopes athlete who aptly crosses the first 4 letters of 9-Down SKIER
Site for reviewing doggy daycares, aptly YELP
Sighting aptly found in "Are you for real?" NYT UFO
Sharp projectile that aptly crosses the last 6 letters of 16-Across ARROW
Sea creatures that aptly contain a clownfish (... letters 2-5) ANEMONES

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