To a certain extent crossword clue

This crossword clue To a certain extent was discovered last seen in the November 24 2022 at the New York Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 4 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with D and can be found at the end of H. We think DISH is the possible answer on this clue.

Crossword clues for To a certain extent

Clue Answer
To a certain extent DISH
____ to a Nightingale ODE
____ man walks into a bar ...: 2 wds. SOA
___-appropriate (matched to a child's development, say) AGE
___ to the city (honor given to a local hero) KEY
___ the Web (go to a lot of Internet sites) SURF
___ talk (speech to a team at halftime) PEP
___ straw (curved, plastic item stuck into a drink) BENDY
___ Speedwagon, alternative to a Maxwell REO
___ puppets (hand figures projected onto a wall) SHADOW
___ Pilgrim series of graphic novels by Bryan Lee O'Malley that was adapted into a film starring Michael Cera SCOTT
___ onto a call (join a group phone conversation) HOP
___ on (rats out to a parent) TELLS
___ neck (rounded alternative to a V-neck) CREW
___ Moore, star of the podcast "Dirty Diana" that was adapted into a drama series DEMI
___ mic (sound engineer's device attached to a long pole) BOOM
___ Majesty (how to refer to a king) HIS
___ Dust, 1948 novel by William Faulkner that was adapted into a movie by Clarence Brown: 3 wds. INTRUDERINTHE
___ cards (low-tech alternative to a teleprompter) CUE
___ Bottom, fool in Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" who has his head turned into a donkey NICK
___ bono (for free, to a lawyer) PRO
__ Clinton, historic English village that lent its name to a sports car ASTON
Zoom ___ (make bigger, to a photographer): 2 wds. INON
Zero, to a tennis player LOVE
Zero to a soccer player NIL
Z, to a sorority pledge ZETA

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