Officiate, informally crossword clue


This crossword clue Officiate, informally was discovered last seen in the January 13 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 R and can be found at the end of F. We think REF is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for Officiate, informally

Clue Answer
Officiate, informally REF
____ office, mail center POST
___ the record (unofficial) OFF
___ sterling, official currency of the United Kingdom which is also the oldest currency in continuous use POUND
___ Sports Bureau (MLB's official statistician) ELIAS
___ of office (presidential vow) OATH
___ machine (dated piece of office equipment) FAX
___ Kaling actress from The Office who wrote and directed two episodes for the series MINDY
___ Harbor, first official port of entry to the United States NYT SAG
___ for office (political campaign) RUN
___ & Sound, official soundtrack of "The Hunger Games" performed by Taylor Swift SAFE
__, please: box office request from a single patron ONE
__ office HOME
_ park california (facebook's office) ORAL
[[IMAGE]](Naval officers (abbr)) CDRS
Working in the office ATONESDESK
Working in short-term office position TEMPING
Word which when repeated twice is the official song of the 2010 FIFA World Cup sung by Shakira WAKA
Word officially dropped from the name of the fast food chain Dunkin' in 2019 DONUTS
With 60-Across, one of two U.S. vice presidents to resign from office SPIRO
Wilson of "The Office" RAINN
Wildlife officers RANGERS
Wildlife officer GAMEWARDEN
Widespread announcement sent to police officers: Abbr. APB
Whom a warrant officer might report to, informally LOOIE
Where a governor is the highest elected official STATE

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