French "a" crossword clue


This crossword clue French "a" 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 U and can be found at the end of E. We think UNE is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for French "a"

Clue Answer
French "a" UNE
´, in French NYT ACCENTAIGU
____ Steiger, French luxury fashion house specializing in designer shoes WALTER
___-Norman French ANGLO
___-feuille (French pastry) MILLE
___ Yoka French professional boxer who won a gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the super-heavyweight category TONY
___ Vuitton, French luxury fashion house known for its line of designer shoes LOUIS
___ Rousseau, French Painter Of "The Sleeping Gypsy" Who Was A Self-taught Painter HENRI
___ Louboutin, French luxury fashion house specializing in designer shoes with signature red soles CHRISTIAN
___ Line (French fortification) MAGINOT
___ Le Pew french skunk from Looney Tunes PEPE
___ Joan play written in 1923 by George Bernard Shaw that is based on a legendary French heroine SAINT
___ gras (French delicacy banned in some cities) FOIE
___ d'Azur (French Riviera) COTE
___ brûlée (French custard) CREME
___ & Chandon (French champagne brand) MOET
__ of Arc (French saint) JOAN
__ Antoinette (French queen) MARIE
[[IMAGE]](Some French paintings) ARPS
[[IMAGE]](Jules ___: French novelist best known for adventure novels) VERNE
Young French ladies (Abbr.) MMES
You in French TOI
Yes in French OUI
Words in a foreign language that bear a deceptive resemblance to those in another, like the French "décevoir" ("disappoint") and the English "deceive" FAUXAMIS
Word in French restaurant names CHEZ
Word from the French for ''flash'' ECLAT

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