Consistently wins prizes for carrots, turnips, etc.? crossword clue


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Crossword clues for Consistently wins prizes for carrots, turnips, etc.?

Clue Answer
Consistently wins prizes for carrots, turnips, etc.? RULESTHEROOTS
___ with (idly considered) TOYED
___ Turner, Singer Whose Performance Of "What's Love Got To Do With It" On SNL Is Considered One Of The Best On The Show TINA
___ Shapiro, radio journalist of "All Things Considered" fame ARI
___ piece (consistent) OFA
___ Claire, Wisconsin EAU
___ & Garfunkel, Duo Whose Performance Of "My Little Town" On SNL Is Considered One Of The Best On The Show SIMON
__ Things Considered (bird blog) OWL
Without considering the consequences RASHLY
With 46-Across, what a considerate speaker tries to strike GOOD
Wisconsin's flag features one BADGER
Wisconsin senator Johnson RON
Wisconsin hoopsters MILWAUKEEBUCKS
Wisconsin favorite in a bun BRAT
Wisconsin dairy product BRICKCHEESE
Wisconsin city on the Mississippi LACROSSE
Wisconsin city north of Chicago RACINE
Wisconsin city OSHKOSH
Willing to consider new ideas (4-6) OPENMINDED
Where Wyoming and Wisconsin are: Abbr. USA
What hail and sleet consist of ICE
What alphabets consist of LETTERS
Weigh up consider ASSESS
Warren _ baseball pitcher considered one of the greats SPAHN
Wagering consideration ODDS
University of Wisconsin city MADISON

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