US president (1817-1825) who was not a college graduate: 2 wds. crossword clue


This crossword clue US president (1817-1825) who was not a college graduate: 2 wds. was discovered last seen in the November 27 2021 at the Crosswords With Friends Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 11 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with J and can be found at the end of E. We think JAMESMONROE is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for US president (1817-1825) who was not a college graduate: 2 wds.

Clue Answer
US president (1817-1825) who was not a college graduate: 2 wds. JAMESMONROE
___ of the Union (US president's speech) STATE
[[IMAGE]](___ Roosevelt: 26th US President) THEODORE
[[IMAGE]](US president after Grant) HAYES
With 41-Across, future US president who had a chimpanzee costar in the 1951 movie "Bedtime for Bonzo" RONALD
William Howard ___ (27th US president) TAFT
Venomous predator with a vibrating tail RATTLESNAKE
US property agent REALTOR
US president (1945-1953) who was not a college graduate: 2 wds. HARRYTRUMAN
US president (1861-1865) who was not a college graduate: 2 wds. ABRAHAMLINCOLN
University where three US presidents earned undergraduate degrees YALE
Taurus preceder ARIES
Silence of The ___ 1991 psychological thriller directed by Jonathan Demme that follows a detective who seeks help from an infamous prisoner LAMBS
Shape of the US president's office OVAL
Serious promises OATHS
Religious procedure RITE
Religious principle TENET
Religious prefix THEO
Prius producer TOYOTA
Previous preceding PRIOR
Pretentious pronoun MOI
Prestigious prizes NOBELS
Prestigious prize NOBEL
Potentially disastrous problem with one's plan: 2 wds. FATALFLAW
Plus preceder SUR
Perjurious pronouncements LIES

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