Literary pal of Porthos crossword clue

This crossword clue Literary pal of Porthos was discovered last seen in the February 25 2021 at the New York Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 5 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with A and can be found at the end of S. We think ATHOS is the possible answer on this clue.

Crossword clues for Literary pal of Porthos

Clue Answer
Literary pal of Porthos ATHOS
___-fi (literary genre) SCI
___-Dick (famous literary whale) MOBY
___ Tokarczuk, 2018 Literature Nobelist OLGA
___ the Great of children's literature NATE
___ Slam (alliterative tennis feat) SERENA
___ Ray, Bengali literary nonsense writer who wrote "HaJaBaRaLa" SUKUMAR
___ Quimby of children's literature RAMONA
___ Literacy Month (January) BRAILLE
___ and Juliet, popular eponymous literary fictional couple ROMEO
___ & Literature (brown category in classic Trivial Pursuit) ART
___ & Literature ("purple" category in Trivial Pursuit) ARTS
Zola's literary style REALISM
World capital that's home to the Temple of Literature, built in 1070 HANOI
Word which, appropriately, can be literally translated as "meditative state" ZEN
Word interpreted literally in completing four of this puzzle's answers LONG
What 17-, 28-, 40- and 55-Across literally contain MIXEDDRINKS
Visible … or, literally, where most inner letters of this puzzle's eight other longest Across answers are situated WITHINSIGHT
Van Winkle of literature RIP
Unrealistic, as wishes, literally THEPIESKY
Unit that's a little smaller than a liter QUART
Under, in literature NEATH
Undecided, literally THEUPAIR
Treat whose name means, literally, "flash of lightning" ECLAIR
Toy with a spring, literally THEJACKBOX
Totally determined, and a literal description of this puzzle's circled letters HELLBENT

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