Cover gray, perhaps crossword clue


This crossword clue Cover gray, perhaps was discovered last seen in the January 25 2021 at the New York Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 3 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with D and can be found at the end of E. We think DYE is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for Cover gray, perhaps

Clue Answer
Cover gray, perhaps DYE
“Blue & ___,” 25th American studio album by The Rolling Stones and the first one to feature only cover songs LONESOME
___ Walsh, Emmy award-winning female sportscaster who worked on ESPN's "SportsCenter"and currently covers NFL on FOX Sports SARA
___ Salad Annie (song covered by Elvis Presley) POLK
___ of God (events not covered by many insurance policies) ACTS
___ of Capri (song covered by Sinatra) ISLE
___ Mitchell astronomer who was the first female professor of astronomy and the first American to discover a comet MARIA
___ Kirshner from "Star Trek: Discovery" MIA
___ in the Street song covered by David Bowie and Mick Jagger that was recorded in 1985 DANCING
___ Doves Cry hit song by Prince whose cover by Quindon Tarver was featured in the movie Romeo + Juliet WHEN
___ coverage SPOTTY
___ bare (uncover) LAY
You ___ Me Up hit song covered by Josh Groban RAISE
Wound covering Scab
Wound cover; Signs of healing SCABS
Word after "take" or "cover" CHARGE
Woollen bed cover BLANKET
Wool-covered female EWE
With 9-Down, activity orchestrated to attract coverage MEDIA
Winter leaf covering HOAR
Wing covers ELYTRA
Wife on the cover of ''Married to Laughter'' (2001) MEARA
Where the first velociraptor fossil was discovered (1923) GOBI
Where Goldilocks was discovered BED
When the ___ Breaks song covered by Led Zeppelin LEVEE
Wheel cover TIRE

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