Portion out crossword clue


This crossword clue Portion out was discovered last seen in the March 23 2021 at the Universal 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 T. We think ALLOT is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for Portion out

Clue Answer
Portion out ALLOT
___ with (supporting in an argument) SIDING
___ Pitt, actor who won an award for the Best Supporting Actor for "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" at the 92nd Academy Awards BRAD
___ out (gives in portions) METES
___ On Empty, 1988 Drama Film Starring River Phoenix For Which He Was Nominated For The Academy Award For Best Supporting Actor RUNNING
___ Liaisons, 1988 period drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer that won her the BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actress DANGEROUS
___ Bear, Barbera's Anthropomorphic Bear That Was A Supporting Character In "The Huckleberry Hound Show" YOGI
___ B. Wells Society (reporting group) IDA
___ and figures (supporting details) FACTS
___ Alda actor who won the Primetime Emmy for Oustanding Supporting Actor in a Drama series for The West Wing in 2006 ALAN
World ___ (October sporting event) SERIES
Words supporting a motion ISECOND
With 43 Across, Supporting Actress (''Melvin and Howard'') MARY
With 42-Down, Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner in "Marriage Story" LAURA
Winner of the 1990 Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Steel Magnolias: 2 wds. JULIAROBERTS
Where to find a list of supporting players? BENEATHTHESTARS
Well-proportioned SHAPELY
Week portions Days
Wee portions TADS
Wee portions BITS
Walkway portico ARCADE
Vehicle for transporting bark spice? CINNAMONBUS
Unused portion REST
Two-time Best Supporting Actor Mahershala ALI
Turkey portion BREAST
Trusty supportive LOYAL

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