Had a chat crossword clue

This crossword clue Had a chat was discovered last seen in the June 23 2022 at the NewsDay Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 5 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with J and can be found at the end of D. We think JAWED is the possible answer on this clue.

Crossword clues for Had a chat

Clue Answer
Had a chat JAWED
___ with (had a think about) TOYED
___ Hilton House of Wax actress and socialite who had a pet kinkajou named Baby Luv PARIS
___ Conner winner of Miss USA 2006 who had also won Miss Kentucky Teen USA in 2002 TARA
___ Castillo winner of Miss USA 2003 who had also won Miss Massachusetts Teen USA in 1998 SUSIE
___ Carter 39th President of the United States who had a peanut farming business JIMMY
__ oneself on (had an ego about) PRIDED
Yummy singer Justin ___ who had a capuchin monkey named OG Mally BIEBER
Yoko who had a voice role in "Isle of Dogs" ONO
Woman who had a riveting job? ROSIE
With 41-Across, future US president who had a chimpanzee costar in the 1951 movie "Bedtime for Bonzo" RONALD
Who had a major part in the Torah? MOSES
What Santa said when going down a chimney that had a lit fireplace? HOHOHOLYSMOKES
Well-respected star who's had a long career ICON
Vegas hotel that once had a King Tut's Tomb replica LUXOR
Trump who had a cameo in "The First Wives Club" IVANA
Treat that had a Watermelon flavor OREO
The couple had a sentimental bre___p AKU
The candy store had a wide ___ of candies ARRAY
Sound in "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" OINK
Singer whose name once had a ''$'' KESHA
Singer Sebastian who had a recurring role on "Gilmore Girls" BACH
Show that had a Wayne's World sketch, briefly SNL
Show that had a Miami spinoff CSI
She had a reality show as a young child HONEYBOOBOO
She had a "Tootsie" role TERIGARR

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