Last (Abbr.) crossword clue

This crossword clue Last (Abbr.) was discovered last seen in the January 4 2021 at the Eugene Sheffer 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 T. We think ULT is the possible answer on this clue.

Crossword clues for Last (Abbr.)

Clue Answer
Last (Abbr.) ULT
“Star Wars: The Last ___” JEDI
___: A Reminiscence, the last novel by William Faulkner that won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction: 2 wds. THEREIVERS
___ Young Band ("Drunk Last Night" country group) ELI
___ Wide Shut (Stanley Kubrick's last film) EYES
___ Tuesday (last day before Lent) FAT
___ last resort: 2 wds. ASA
___ I Look At You, Hit Song By Miley Cyrus That Was Featured In The 2010 Film "The Last Song" WHEN
___ Blast (Mountain Dew flavor available at Taco Bell) BAJA
___ Acevedo, actor who played Ted Garza in the 2018 horror flick "Insidious: The Last Key" KIRK
Zested fruit (last 2 + ...) LEMON
You may be asked for its last four digits: Abbr. SSN
Women's roomy garments (first 1 + last 6) TENTDRESSES
With 56-Across, last words of a fairy tale THE
With 18-Across, author of "Presumed Innocent" and "The Last Trial" SCOTT
Whitman's "When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd," e.g. ELEGY
Where to see ''The Last Supper'' MILAN
When ___ Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd poem by Walt Whitman which is an elegy to Abraham Lincoln LILACS
What you can do by combining the last words of 17-, 30- and 44-Across BUILDABEAR
What the last Oscar telecast lacked EMCEE
What the "last one in" is, when running to the pool: 2 wds. ROTTENEGG
What a last true believer might believe in HOPELESSCAUSE
Warning blast from a lighthouse FOGHORN
Vat, e.g., for this answer's last six letters? DEMILOVATO
VA ratified it last January ERA
Utilize every last bit of USEUP

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