Word Craze Answers

Welcome to the world of Word Craze, where we follow Ann’s journey around the world, experience all the customs from different countries, come and check out the interesting things she encounters on this journey!

Word Craze Answers

Level 1: Blow these out to make a birthday wish CANDLES
Level 1: Musical instrument with black and white keys PIANO
Level 1: The color of envy GREEN
Level 1: What is this haircare object? GREEN
Level 2: Coins and bills used to purchases goods and services HIPPO
Level 2: Common dinner decision is between soup and this leafy dish SALAD
Level 2: Dear _____, this is a personal journal for my thoughts DIARY
Level 2: Expression; see ___ __ ___; to be in agreement MONEY
Level 2: What animal is this? HIPPO
Level 3: A parent’s father GRANDPA
Level 3: Holiday season for students SUMMER
Level 3: This celestial body guides your way NORTHSTAR
Level 3: US coin worth 25 cents GRANDPA
Level 3: What is being served on this platter? QUARTER
Level 3: You might take this to help get over an illness SUMMER
Level 4: A place to buy souvenirs at a theme park or museum CUEBALL
Level 4: Let’s cast a magic spell! _____ Pocus! GIFTSHOP
Level 4: The number of states in the United States FIFTY
Level 4: The white ball in a game of pool COOKBOOK
Level 4: What is this manual of recipes? HOCUS
Level 4: What vegetable is this? GREENPEA
Level 5: E.g. Thousand Island, Caesar, vinaigrette OTTER
Level 5: Expression; have a short break SITCOM
Level 5: The _____, green Christmas grump TAKEFIVE
Level 5: TV comedy genre, usually with 30-minute episodes CACKLE
Level 5: What animal is this? OTTER
Level 5: Witchy laugh GRINCH
Level 6: An actor’s dialogue and directions are written in this EINSTEIN
Level 6: Comfy clothes to wear in bed MAJESTY
Level 6: Hello and goodbye, in Hawaii ALOHA
Level 6: Most celebrated physicist in history; E equals MC squared BLUEMOON
Level 6: Phrase; once in a ___ ___ BLUEMOON
Level 6: Road Runner’s enemy, Wile E. ____ COYOTE
Level 6: What kind of American folk dance is this? COYOTE
Level 6: Your _______, a form of address for royalty of the highest rank COYOTE
Level 7: A lane that only can be used when not driving alone CARPOOL
Level 7: A solar ______ is when the sun is blocked by the moon ECLIPSE
Level 7: An apple a day keeps this professional away CHATTERBOX
Level 7: Plant-eating animals CRAYON
Level 7: Queen’s _____, black-hatted British soldiers who supposedly do not ECLIPSE
Level 7: Ring this to alert people inside a house to your presence SHIELD
Level 7: Something very hard to find in a haystack DOORBELL
Level 7: The shape of a baseball field HERBIVORES
Level 7: What city in Italy is this leaning tower in? PISA
Level 7: Collection of songs released by a musician ALBUM
Level 7: This word means someone who talks a lot DOORBELL
Level 7: Warrior’s handheld defensive gear DIAMOND
Level 7: Waxy drawing implement for children CRAYON
Level 7: What city in Italy is this leaning tower in? NEEDLE
Level 7: Which planet is this? NEEDLE
Level 7: What is the state of this video? PAUSED
Level 7: Often yellow cars that’ll take you places for a fare TAXI
Level 7: To emanate or reflect light; skin that exhibits good health will GLOW
Level 7: Your spouse’s family INLAWS
Level 8: A flat tailed rodent who can fell trees CASINO
Level 8: A game where players send hefty balls careening into pins SHIELD
Level 8: A long-necked African animal BEAVER
Level 8: A name for the 15-ton bell in a famous London clock tower BIGBEN
Level 8: A place where one can bet to win big or lose it all DIAMOND
Level 8: Ned __________, the Simpsons’ good natured and religious neighbor FLANDERS
Level 8: A public sale where goods are sold to the highest bidder GIRAFFE
Level 8: A coffee made with espresso and steamed milk LATTE
Level 8: An investigator who solves crimes CASINO
Level 8: Ancient Roman Colosseum fighter BOWLING
Level 8: A name for the 15-ton bell in a famous London clock tower BIGBEN
Level 8: Everyone gets one per year, usually with gifts and a song CHATTERBOX
Level 8: An investigator who solves crimes DETECTIVE
Level 8: Flashy gambling establishment DETECTIVE
Level 8: Native American painted animal tower made of wood CRAYON
Level 8: What type of sporting equipment is used to hit this? BASEBALLBAT
Level 8: Everyone gets one per year, usually with gifts and a song BIRTHDAY
Level 8: Ned __________, the Simpsons’ good natured and religious neighbor BIRTHDAY
Level 8: A game where players send hefty balls careening into pins BOWLING
Level 8: What kind of furniture does this represent? GIRAFFE
Level 8: Native American painted animal tower made of wood TOTEMPOLE
Level 8: What type of sporting equipment is used to hit this? AUCTION
Level 8: What type of punchy athlete is this? BOXER
Level 8: Two-piece swimwear for women BIKINI
Level 8: Aladdin’s blue companion; you’ve never had a friend like him GENIE
Level 9: A bad deal; grossly overpriced product DETECTIVE
Level 9: A floor of a building that is underground CABINET
Level 9: A juicy summer treat with a hard, green rind WATERMELON
Level 9: A lane that only can be used when 2 or more people are in the vehicle CRAYON
Level 9: Flying blood sucking insect MOSQUITO
Level 9: A solar ______ is when the sun is blocked by the moon GUARD
Level 9: A story passed down through the ages BASEBALLBAT
Level 9: Who is this supposedly short French emperor? NAPOLEON
Level 9: Flying blood sucking insect CASINO
Level 9: Gives parents the first look at their baby BIRTHDAY
Level 9: What is this post-wedding holiday? HONEYMOON
Level 9: A floor of a building that is underground BASEMENT
Level 9: People might think you’re crazy if you lose these GLADIATOR
Level 9: Prehistoric Terrible Lizards DINOSAURS
Level 9: A story passed down through the ages LEGEND
Level 9: Queen’s _____, black-hatted British soldiers who supposedly do not ECLIPSE
Level 9: Something very hard to find in a haystack LEGEND
Level 9: Prehistoric Terrible Lizards DINOSAURS
Level 9: The capital of California BASEMENT
Level 9: The shape of a baseball field NEEDLE
Level 9: The capital of California SACRAMENTO
Level 9: Waxy drawing implement for children SACRAMENTO
Level 9: What city in Italy is this leaning tower in? MARS
Level 9: A juicy summer treat with a hard, green rind WATERMELON
Level 9: What aquatic mammal is this? DOLPHIN
Level 9: What is this post-wedding holiday? WATERMELON
Level 9: People might think you’re crazy if you lose these MARBLES
Level 9: Which planet is this? MARBLES
Level 9: Gives parents the first look at their baby ULTRASOUND
Level 9: Who is this supposedly short French emperor? ULTRASOUND
Level 9: Fictional vine-swinging wildman raised by apes TARZAN
Level 9: _______ tellers claim they can foresee your future FORTUNE
Level 9: British term for garbage or trash RUBBISH
Level 10: ________ Jones, whip-toting treasure hunter created by George Lucas TINCANS
Level 10: A mythical underwater city LEGEND
Level 10: A way to order fast food from the car DINOSAURS
Level 10: An educational schooltime excursion; may require a permission slip MOSQUITO
Level 10: Attach two to a string to make low-tech walkie-talkies CARPOOL
Level 10: Portable music player for compact discs CDPLAYER
Level 10: ________ Jones, whip-toting treasure hunter created by George Lucas INDIANA
Level 10: Expression; These are the devil’s workshop GUARD
Level 10: Ralph ______, fashion designer ULTRASOUND
Level 10: The highest mountain in the world NEEDLE
Level 10: Like a monologue but between two people DIALOGUE
Level 10: Your cat may hack up one of these EVEREST
Level 10: It helps prevent drink spillage in the car CUPHOLDER
Level 10: What is this illegal way of crossing the street? JAYWALKING
Level 10: Type of movie that revolves around suspenseful situations THRILLER
Level 10: Brass _______ are weapons worn on the fingers KNUCKLES
Level 11: _______ Ramsay, famously angry chef IDLEHANDS
Level 11: A game where players send hefty balls careening into pins ANNUAL
Level 11: Cooking ______; spatula, kitchen tongs, cheese grater, etc. PISA
Level 11: David felled with this giant with a single stone ATLANTIS
Level 11: Finger accessory that supposedly shows your emotional state MOODRING
Level 11: Doing good deeds might earn you these sugary points BROWNIE
Level 11: Finger accessory that supposedly shows your emotional state MARS
Level 11: What stomach-calming medicine is this? ANTACID
Level 11: Green hotdog topping CANADA
Level 11: Having excellent vision or observational skills DRIVETHRU
Level 11: This professional that cuts and sells meat BUTCHER
Level 11: David felled with this giant with a single stone GOLIATH
Level 11: Heavy object that keeps a ship in place ANCHOR
Level 11: Magicians use ________ of hand to hide their tricks GOLIATH
Level 11: Person who is taught by a teacher STUDENT
Level 11: Having excellent vision or observational skills EAGLEEYED
Level 11: Name for a grouping of geese TINCANS
Level 11: Plant-eating animals CAVIAR
Level 11: Salty luxury spread made from fish eggs RELISH
Level 11: The world’s second largest country by area, eh? ANCHOR
Level 11: Name for a grouping of geese GAGGLE
Level 11: This professional that cuts and sells meat BOWLING
Level 11: This word means someone who talks a lot HONEYMOON
Level 11: _______ Ramsay, famously angry chef GORDON
Level 11: What is this manual of recipes? COOKBOOK
Level 11: What red root vegetable is this? RADISH
Level 11: Magicians use ________ of hand to hide their tricks SLEIGHT
Level 11: What stomach-calming medicine is this? SLEIGHT
Level 11: Plant-eating animals HERBIVORES
Level 11: What wrinkly fruit is this? HERBIVORES
Level 11: Cooking ______; spatula, kitchen tongs, cheese grater, etc. UTENSILS
Level 11: Word meaning once a year SACRAMENTO
Level 11: This word means someone who talks a lot CHATTERBOX
Level 11: Type of bed suspended between two trees HAMMOCK
Level 11: World famous US pizza chain with a red and blue logo CHATTERBOX
Level 11: Sound a train makes in cartoons CHOOCHOO
Level 11: The _______ were an English rock sensation formed in 1960 BEATLES
Level 12: A color that has the same name as a fruit MALARIA
Level 12: A common refreshment at Christmas parties; sometimes has alcohol BOWLING
Level 12: A common refreshment at Christmas parties; sometimes has alcohol EGGNOG
Level 12: An illusion that might be seen in the desert ANCHOR
Level 12: A word meaning a place of great happiness EGGNOG
Level 12: Animated animal who could never get a taste of the advertised cereal RESEARCH
Level 12: An ultimate enemy of sleeping in HOTCAKES
Level 12: Selling like _______; meaning something that is selling very quickly HOTCAKES
Level 12: Bandage-wrapped horror icon EVEREST
Level 12: Deadly disease spread by mosquitoes in hot areas of the world DOMINOS
Level 12: World famous US pizza chain with a red and blue logo DOMINOS
Level 12: Don’t drive a car through this; means stop PARADISE
Level 12: E.g. a nervous breakdown RELISH
Level 12: Patterned coverings for the sides of a room HAIRBALL
Level 12: Red-and-white-striped Christmas treat WALNUTS
Level 12: These are tough nuts to crack WALNUTS
Level 12: E.g. a nervous breakdown MELTDOWN
Level 12: Selling like _______; meaning something that is selling very quickly UTENSILS
Level 12: Slim, red explosive with a fuse CANDYCANE
Level 12: Spooky, hair-raising EAGLEEYED
Level 12: Spooky, hair-raising EERIE
Level 12: Temperature-raising symptom of the flu EERIE
Level 12: An illusion that might be seen in the desert MIRAGE
Level 12: The R in R&D MIRAGE
Level 12: The side of the road you drive on in the US GORDON
Level 12: What animal has this type of pattern? ZEBRA
Level 12: Bandage-wrapped horror icon MUMMY
Level 12: These are tough nuts to crack MOODRING
Level 12: The world’s second largest country by area, eh? LAUREN
Level 12: Patterned coverings for the sides of a room WALLPAPER
Level 12: This cartoon animal is smarter than the average member of his species WALLPAPER
Level 12: The side of the road you drive on in the US RIGHT
Level 12: World famous US pizza chain with a red and blue logo RIGHT
Level 12: Synthetic fiber used in women’s stockings NYLON
Level 12: Opposite of rare COMMON
Level 12: Queen’s _____, black-hatted British soldiers who supposedly do not GUARD
Level 12: Humped animals ridden in the desert CAMELS
Level 13: A holiday where all manner of monsters come out for candy CANVAS
Level 13: A place for a canine to rest their head ANTACID
Level 13: A progress indicator for a student CHATTERBOX
Level 13: A school class’ ultimate test CAVIAR
Level 13: A school class’ ultimate test FINALEXAM
Level 13: An emergency vehicle that rushes patients to the hospital GAGGLE
Level 13: A tool with rungs that is used to reach high places DINOSAURS
Level 13: Carnival game where mallets are used for amusing pest control HALLOWEEN
Level 13: Demigod who performed 12 labors; featured in a 1997 Disney movie BUTCHER
Level 13: Demigod who performed 12 labors; featured in a 1997 Disney movie HERCULES
Level 13: Furry floor covering CARPET
Level 13: Magicians use ________ of hand to hide their tricks WHACKAMOLE
Level 13: McDonald’s offering that comes with a toy HAPPYMEAL
Level 13: Phrase; a teaser for a film SNEAKPEEK
Level 13: Prehistoric Terrible Lizards CARPET
Level 13: Protective eye equipment ANNUAL
Level 13: Putting things in the front yard with a price tag HONEYMOON
Level 13: Phrase; a teaser for a film SNEAKPEEK
Level 13: Ring this to alert people inside a house to your presence CANADA
Level 13: What is this person painting on? YARDSALE
Level 13: A musical ensemble with a conductor and many types of instruments ORCHESTRA
Level 13: Protective eye equipment GOGGLES
Level 13: What is this post-wedding holiday? GOGGLES
Level 13: What trail mix staple is this? SLEIGHT
Level 13: You’ll find this on a pirate flag HERBIVORES
Level 13: You’ll find this on a pirate flag CROSSBONES
Level 13: Reading materials often found in waiting rooms MAGAZINES
Level 13: What is this peak in the Himalayas? EVEREST
Level 13: Board game where players make words to score points SCRABBLE
Level 14: A jungle predator and brand of car BIKINI
Level 14: A room in a home where food is prepared WALLPAPER
Level 14: An old-fashioned way of sending messages MALARIA
Level 14: Black and white Oriental symbol of balance MUMMY
Level 14: Cook hired to provide food at an event BEARINMIND
Level 14: Lincoln gave his Four score and seven years ago speech here TELEPORT
Level 14: Phrase; be aware of, remember BEARINMIND
Level 14: Black and white Oriental symbol of balance YINYANG
Level 14: Phrase; be aware of, remember BEARINMIND
Level 14: Preserved impression of prehistoric animals; dinosaur remains EGGNOG
Level 14: _____ Dumpty sat on a wall…. HUMPTY
Level 14: An old-fashioned way of sending messages TELEGRAM
Level 14: Proofreading tool that ensures that your words are correct ORANGE
Level 14: Restraints put on prisoners’ wrists and ankles MELTDOWN
Level 14: Sci-fi instant transportation method WETSUIT
Level 14: Scuba diver apparel DIPLOMAT
Level 14: Restraints put on prisoners’ wrists and ankles SHACKLES
Level 14: Someone who seeks to improve relations between their country and REDLIGHT
Level 14: The next step after you download an app CANDYCANE
Level 14: Two-piece swimwear for women DOMINOS
Level 14: Elephants’ tusks are made of this material IVORY
Level 14: The next step after you download an app INSTALL
Level 14: Warrior’s handheld defensive gear PARADISE
Level 14: What body part does this represent? MIRAGE
Level 14: Preserved impression of prehistoric animals; dinosaur remains FOSSIL
Level 14: What is this deep-fried side dish? FOSSIL
Level 14: Warrior’s handheld defensive gear SHIELD
Level 14: Yellow vehicle that takes students to their teachers ALARMCLOCK
Level 14: What is the occupation of the man standing behind the catcher? UMPIRE
Level 14: You’ll find this on a pirate flag EYELID
Level 14: The bony case that covers and protects your brain SKULL
Level 14: To change, and often shorten, a document, manuscript, or piece of EDIT
Level 15: A color that has the same name as a fruit YOGIBEAR
Level 15: A gem that comes from oysters, mussels, and clams RESEARCH
Level 15: School fundraiser with pastry products BAKESALE
Level 15: A kindly TV host who asked Won’t you be my neighbor? DOGHOUSE
Level 15: A place for a canine to rest their head SCHULZ
Level 15: A place of knowledge, but please be quiet! GLASSES
Level 15: A ticklish red Muppet from Sesame Street RIGHT
Level 15: Charles M. ______, creator of Charlie Brown DYNAMITE
Level 15: Furry floor covering KRYPTON
Level 15: Headwear used to correct vision EERIE
Level 15: Heavy object that keeps a ship in place SNEAKPEEK
Level 15: Male professional who takes orders in a restaurant WAITER
Level 15: Phrase; a teaser for a film MRROGERS
Level 15: Salty solution used for pickling food CANADA
Level 15: School fundraiser with pastry products ANCHOR
Level 15: The planet that Superman originated from FEVER
Level 15: What kind of toy is this? WALNUTS
Level 15: The 3D equivalent of a circle SPHERE
Level 15: What stomach-calming medicine is this? ORANGE
Level 15: What do these signs warn you of? HAZARDS
Level 15: E.g. football, baseball, boxingu2026 SPORTS
Level 15: What are these called, collectively? CUTLERY
Level 16: A common aquatic pet that supposedly has a short memory BILLGATES
Level 16: A folder for sent e-mails DOGHOUSE
Level 16: A professional who can fix up a car HALLOWEEN
Level 16: Children always lose these, but they quickly grow back AMBULANCE
Level 16: Deadly disease spread by mosquitoes in hot areas of the world SMORES
Level 16: Fireside treat made of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows FINALEXAM
Level 16: Fireside treat made of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows SMORES
Level 16: One of the richest men alive; philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft GOLDFISH
Level 16: Online message boards that users can post on WHACKAMOLE
Level 16: Police cyborg originally portrayed by Peter Wellers; the film received ROBOCOP
Level 16: What brand of soft drink is this? DRPEPPER
Level 16: What Clint Eastwood movie is this? CARPET
Level 16: What kind of playground equipment is this? OUTBOX
Level 16: Immune response to substances like pollen, fur, or a particular food ALLERGY
Level 16: What type of mythical creature is this? CENTAUR
Level 16: Hearing organs which vibrate in response to sound waves EARDRUMS
Level 17: A 1997 comedy starring Jim Carrey as a lawyer cursed to tell the EARMUFFS
Level 17: A bird commonly seen in cities; also called a dove SUBTITLE
Level 17: A legitimate act done for good reason is this KITCHEN
Level 17: A medicinal cream applied to the skin HADES
Level 17: The Greek god of the underworld HADES
Level 17: An angle between 90 and 180 degrees DINOSAURS
Level 17: An apple a day keeps this professional away DOCTOR
Level 17: Red-and-white-striped Christmas treat CANDYCANE
Level 17: Headgear to keep you warm during winter SNEAKPEEK
Level 17: How was this food cooked? JAGUAR
Level 17: Something that can be read the same backwards and forwards; e.g. PALINDROME
Level 17: Fish with uniquely pink-orange flesh, popular as food SALMON
Level 17: Proctor and Gamble’s odor eliminator that comes in a blue bottle GOGGLES
Level 17: Red-and-white-striped Christmas treat DOORBELL
Level 17: To transfer files from the internet onto your device DOWNLOAD
Level 17: Screen text for the hearing impaired OINTMENT
Level 17: Slim, red explosive with a fuse RAISIN
Level 17: An apple a day keeps this professional away DOCTOR
Level 17: Something that can be read the same backwards and forwards; e.g. CANVAS
Level 17: How was this food cooked? DEEPFRIED
Level 17: Sony’s portable music player that debuted in 1979 DEEPFRIED
Level 17: A legitimate act done for good reason is this JUSTIFIED
Level 17: The Greek god of the underworld YARDSALE
Level 17: What is this vegetable? ARTICHOKE
Level 17: An angle between 90 and 180 degrees OBTUSE
Level 17: To transfer files from the internet onto your device OBTUSE
Level 17: Proctor and Gamble’s odor eliminator that comes in a blue bottle FEBREZE
Level 17: What happens here, stays here FEBREZE
Level 17: “______ Twist”, Charles Dickens’s second novel OLIVER
Level 17: Roses, carnation, orchid, daisy are types of these FLOWERS
Level 17: Popular social media site allowing short messages of only a few hundred TWITTER
Level 17: What came first, the _______ or the egg? CHICKEN
Level 18: Citizen Kane’s dying word FOSSIL
Level 18: You can add, subtract, multiply, and divide these NUMBERS
Level 18: Expression; easy task CATERER
Level 18: One __ _ ____; unique SPELLCHECK
Level 18: Phrase; a group of experts YINYANG
Level 18: Mythical being that is half-woman, half-fish MERMAID
Level 18: You are the _______ link, goodbye, catch phrase of a 2001 game BEARINMIND
Level 18: You can add, subtract, multiply, and divide these ROSEBUD
Level 18: You never had a friend like him; Aladdin’s blue companion GETTYSBURG
Level 18: The line that splits the world in half horizontally EQUATOR
Level 18: “The ____ ____”, Disney movie LIONKING
Level 18: Part of a chair where you can lay your upper limbs ARMREST
Level 18: Monopoly piece that can protect your finger THIMBLE
Level 18: A “couch _____” is a person who lazes around watching TV POTATO
Level 19: _______ will get you nowhere; praising someone won’t win any favors SHACKLES
Level 19: A battle between fighter pilots HUSHPUPPY
Level 19: A person who takes orders in a restaurant QUIXOTE
Level 19: A popular myth is that eating carrots can improve this TELEPORT
Level 19: Don _______, an idealist who did battle with windmills QUIXOTE
Level 19: A prestigious sporting event that has a logo with 5 rings RAINDANCE
Level 19: A weather ritual that seeks to bring about precipitation INSTALL
Level 19: Don _______, an idealist who did battle with windmills DIPLOMAT
Level 19: E.g. football, baseball, boxingu2026 WINEGLASS
Level 19: What type of cup of this? WINEGLASS
Level 19: Idiomatically, this is the best medicine, but I’d get a second opinion! SHIELD
Level 19: Salty luxury spread made from fish eggs LAUGHTER
Level 19: Something spoken about in hushed tones SECRET
Level 19: The ____ ____; Disney movie CANVAS
Level 19: A battle between fighter pilots DOGFIGHT
Level 19: The cure for a poison DOGFIGHT
Level 19: This cartoon animal is smarter than the average member of his species WETSUIT
Level 19: To navigate by sound; dolphins and bats can do this ECHOLOCATE
Level 19: To navigate by sound; dolphins and bats can do this ECHOLOCATE
Level 19: Vine-swinging wildman raised by apes CAVIAR
Level 19: What is this person painting on? EYELID
Level 19: What type of cup of this? BIKINI
Level 19: Which planet is this? MARS
Level 19: ______ Picasso was a highly influential Spanish painter and co-pioneer PABLO
Level 19: A time of great cold and great mammoths ICEAGE
Level 19: Furry floor covering CARPET
Level 20: A 1997 comedy starring Jim Carrey as a lawyer cursed to tell the DOGHOUSE
Level 20: A bird commonly seen in cities; also called a dove LIBRARY
Level 20: A house that has more ghosts than usual HAUNTED
Level 20: A legitimate act done for good reason is this TEAPOT
Level 20: A mark that gets left from a dirty eraser ESCARGOT
Level 20: A medicinal cream applied to the skin ELMO
Level 20: French snail dish ESCARGOT
Level 20: An illusion that might be seen in the desert TAJMAHAL
Level 20: A place of education and sometimes rock GLASSES
Level 20: An investigator who solves crimes DETECTIVE
Level 20: An ultimate enemy of sleeping in ORANGE
Level 20: Expression; maybe said when refusing NODICE
Level 20: Vampires hate this vegetable GARLIC
Level 20: Expression; maybe said when refusing ANCHOR
Level 20: Expression; said when refusingn, maybe WRENCH
Level 20: Throwing one of these into a plan might mess things up WRENCH
Level 20: French snail dish CARPET
Level 20: Proctor and Gamble’s odor eliminator that comes in a blue bottle HAYMAKER
Level 20: What type of wild punch is this? HAYMAKER
Level 20: Self-service restaurant KRYPTON
Level 20: Short and stout, with a handle and a spout SCHULZ
Level 20: Traditional Japanese sword used by samurai KATANA
Level 20: Self-service restaurant BUFFET
Level 20: Sony’s portable music player that debuted in 1979 PEARL
Level 20: Throwing one of these into a plan might mess things up SNEAKPEEK
Level 20: What 60s pop band does this represent? BEEGEES
Level 20: Sony’s portable music player that debuted in 1979 WALKMAN
Level 20: To transfer files from the internet onto your device WALKMAN
Level 20: Traditional Japanese sword used by samurai LASVEGAS
Level 20: What happens here, stays here LASVEGAS
Level 20: What happens here, stays here MRROGERS
Level 20: A bird commonly seen in cities; also called a dove PIGEON
Level 20: Church services usually occur on this day of the week SUNDAY
Level 20: What Indian landmark is this? PIGEON
Level 20: A medicinal cream applied to the skin OINTMENT
Level 20: What type of wild punch is this? BRINE
Level 20: The number of states in the United States FIFTY
Level 20: Party game where players dance under a progressively lower bar LIMBO
Level 20: The capital city of Spain, famous for the Puerta del Sol MADRID
Level 21: 1,000 gigabytes OLYMPICS
Level 21: A person who takes orders in a restaurant OUTBOX
Level 21: A prestigious sporting event that has a logo with 5 rings OLYMPICS
Level 21: A road for airplanes taking off and landing ANTIDOTE
Level 21: Bait, flies, and other gear can be found in here BACTERIA
Level 21: Dried strips of cow meat LIONKING
Level 21: E.g. a nervous breakdown WAITER
Level 21: E.g. football, baseball, boxingu2026 MECHANIC
Level 21: According to legend, Egypt was once plagued by swarms of these insects LOCUSTS
Level 21: Microscopic rods and spheres that can cause illness SPORTS
Level 21: People might think you’re crazy if you lose these MARBLES
Level 21: Something spoken about in hushed tones BABYTEETH
Level 21: The ____ ____; Disney movie GOLDFISH
Level 21: The cure for a poison TERABYTE
Level 21: They roll this out for celebrities TARZAN
Level 21: Vine-swinging wildman raised by apes MALARIA
Level 21: To begin again RESTART
Level 21: What do you call someone that plays this? ORGANIST
Level 21: Ryan _______, Canadian actor who starred in “Blade Runner 2049” and GOSLING
Level 21: What is this common present? GIFTCARD
Level 21: The _______ Awards, more popularly known as the Oscars ACADEMY
Level 21: Leaves used to roll cigars TOBACCO
Level 22: A line used to connect words FORUMS
Level 22: A painful type of dive that causes a big splash SEESAW
Level 22: A type of romantic dinner BILLGATES
Level 22: Expression; It’s not in my __________ DRPEPPER
Level 22: Expression; It’s not in my __________ WHEELHOUSE
Level 22: Extra wages for working under dangerous conditions UPACREEK
Level 22: Handheld pest control device ADDRESSBAR
Level 22: Where you don’t want to be without a paddle UPACREEK
Level 22: Means good luck backstage JUSTIFIED
Level 22: Michael Jackson’s zombie adventure, the best selling album of all HOOVERDAM
Level 22: Expression; move without going anywhere GOINCIRCLES
Level 22: Notoriously vicious and toothy fish found in the Amazon river FLYSWATTER
Level 22: Protects a dining surface from errant food stains SMORES
Level 22: The receptacle that Oscar the Grouch lives in TRASHCAN
Level 22: Notoriously vicious and toothy fish found in the Amazon river PIRANHA
Level 22: The receptacle that Oscar the Grouch lives in LIARLIAR
Level 22: The titular character grows up to be a beautiful swan OBTUSE
Level 22: What is this structure located between Nevada and Arizona? HANDTOHAND
Level 22: What type of combat is this? HANDTOHAND
Level 22: Peter Pan’s handicapped enemy CAPTAINHOOK
Level 22: The titular character grows up to be a beautiful swan UGLYDUCKLING
Level 22: What type of combat is this? OINTMENT
Level 22: Where you don’t want to be without a paddle DIRTYHARRY
Level 22: A line used to connect words HYPHEN
Level 22: Where you might see www. on an internet browser HYPHEN
Level 22: The Cold War structure that divided the German capital into east BERLINWALL
Level 22: The entrance Alice took to enter Wonderland RABBITHOLE
Level 22: Everyone wants a clean one of these BILLOFHEALTH
Level 22: English actor who portrayed Obi-wan Kenobi in the original “Star ALECGUINNESS
Level 23: A facial accessory for pirates CAKEWALK
Level 23: A juvenile form of animals such as a caterpillar or tadpole FEBREZE
Level 23: A mark that gets left from a dirty eraser EARMUFFS
Level 23: A nickname for New York City DOCTOR
Level 23: What type of bed is this? WATERBED
Level 23: An energy drink that gives you wings DEEPFRIED
Level 23: Dairy, meat, fruits, vegetables, and grains CANDYCANE
Level 23: Don’t leave these untied or you might trip DOUBTFIRE
Level 23: Dorothy meets the Wizard of Oz in the _______ City DAVIDBOWIE
Level 23: Mrs. __________, 1993 comedy starring Robin Williams posing as a DOUBTFIRE
Level 23: Expression; it can spoil the bunch EMERALD
Level 23: Horror writer famous for writing Dracula BRAMSTOKER
Level 23: Sharp utensils used for cutting KNIVES
Level 23: The side that opposed the Empire in Star Wars REBELS
Level 23: Mrs. __________, 1993 comedy starring Robin Williams posing as a BADAPPLE
Level 23: Personification of nature and our planet HOTROD
Level 23: What type of car is this? HOTROD
Level 23: Sandy timekeeping device WALKMAN
Level 23: School event with many baking soda volcanos OFAKIND
Level 23: School event with many baking soda volcanos SCIENCEFAIR
Level 23: Shamu was one of these SUBTITLE
Level 23: What European country does this flag belong to? FRANCE
Level 23: A mark that gets left from a dirty eraser SMUDGE
Level 23: Tests of this show who you really are SMUDGE
Level 23: An energy drink that gives you wings REDBULL
Level 23: The English singer of Space Oddity and actor in Labyrinth REDBULL
Level 23: A juvenile form of animals such as a caterpillar or tadpole LARVA
Level 23: The side that opposed the Empire in Star Wars DOWNLOAD
Level 23: The head of a classroom; educator TEACHER
Level 23: Three words you can use to find yourself on a shopping mall map FOODGROUPS
Level 23: What type of bed is this? PALINDROME
Level 23: Horror writer famous for writing Dracula BRAMSTOKER
Level 23: What type of car is this? LASVEGAS
Level 23: Building where items of historical, cultural, or artistic value are MUSEUM
Level 23: The latest trends in dressing FASHION
Level 23: Something that is unlikely to happen is a “____ ____” LONGSHOT
Level 24: 1,000 gigabytes SMOOTHIE
Level 24: 2016 musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone BEEFJERKY
Level 24: A flying insect that sucks blood BACTERIA
Level 24: A road for airplanes taking off and landing RUNWAY
Level 24: Bait, flies, and other gear can be found in here NUMBERS
Level 24: Being confined to one’s home, comes with an ankle accessory TACKLEBOX
Level 24: Blended fruit drink BANKROLL
Level 24: Dried strips of cow meat THINKTANK
Level 24: Expression; exactly what was needed RUNWAY
Level 24: Expression; Financially support an endeavor ALCHEMISTS
Level 24: Today will be tomorrow’s _____ YESTERDAY
Level 24: 1,000 gigabytes TERABYTE
Level 24: Jack climbed one of these and encountered a giant TERABYTE
Level 24: Microscopic rods and spheres that can cause illness BACTERIA
Level 24: Party prop filled with helium or air HITSTHESPOT
Level 24: Sought the secrets of turning lead into gold REDCARPET
Level 24: The most important meal of the day HOUSEARREST
Level 24: ________ eggs are made by vigorously mixing eggs on the pan, giving SCRAMBLED
Level 24: They roll them out for celebrities WAITER
Level 24: What is this internet identifier? E.g. @outlook.com GENIE
Level 24: These large land birds supposedly bury their head in the sand OSTRICHES
Level 24: Metal footwear for four-legged, hooved animals HORSESHOES
Level 24: A bowling shot that goes a bit too far left or right GUTTERBALL
Level 24: Lawbreakers CRIMINALS
Level 25: _______ will get you nowhere; praising someone won’t win any favors RATATOUILLE
Level 25: A common condiment for french fries TRASHCAN
Level 25: A line used to connect words ENAMEL
Level 25: A manufacturer’s guarantee to service a product under certain terms CAVIAR
Level 25: A surprisingly spacious women’s accessory carried on a strap RAINDANCE
Level 25: Covering for both teeth and pottery OLYMPICS
Level 25: Famous investigator ________ Holmes LAUGHTER
Level 25: How you might feel if you haven’t drank anything for a while SPORTS
Level 25: At upscale locations, a person who parks your car for you VALET
Level 25: Means good luck backstage KETCHUP
Level 25: Notoriously vicious and toothy fish found in the Amazon river THIRSTY
Level 25: The 2007 Pixar movie of a rat who aspires to be a chef EYESIGHT
Level 25: The receptacle that Oscar the Grouch lives in SHERLOCK
Level 25: What common airport item is this? QUIXOTE
Level 25: What type of close-range combat is this? WARRANTY
Level 25: What is this type of grand meal? FEAST
Level 25: Man-made waterway; there’s one in Panama and in Suez CANAL
Level 25: What insects does this animal eat? ANTS
Level 25: A mocking expression showing scorn or disgust SNEER
Level 25: Online message boards that users can post on FORUMS
Level 25: To pay no attention to IGNORE

Level 26: A basic ice cream flavor alongside chocolate TARZAN
Level 26: A book that you just can’t put down CANVAS
Level 26: A manufacturer’s guarantee to service a product under certain terms JACKIECHAN
Level 26: A small flat device that provides extra data storage LIARLIAR
Level 26: A surprisingly spacious women’s accessory carried on a strap HANDBAG
Level 26: Expression; We got off on the ____ ____ WRONGFOOT
Level 26: Famous investigator ________ Holmes IGNORE
Level 26: Hong Kong actor who famously did his own stunts; Rumble in the Bronx LIONKING
Level 26: How you might feel if you haven’t drank anything for a while THIRSTY
Level 26: Japanese art of folding paper ORIGAMI
Level 26: Pay no attention to YOGIBEAR
Level 26: Surgeon’s outfit, often blue ANTIDOTE
Level 26: The 2007 Pixar movie of a rat who aspires to be a chef PAGETURNER
Level 26: This hoppy marsupial keeps its young close WINEGLASS
Level 26: Vision-correcting eyewear KANGAROO
Level 26: To be dismissed or let go from a company FIRED
Level 26: What common airport item is this? MEMORYCARD
Level 26: To reduce in size SHRINK
Level 26: To clean an area with a broom or brush SWEEP
Level 26: What is this currency? DOLLAR
Level 26: Moisturizing product for your skin LOTION
Level 27: 2016 musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone MIRAGE
Level 27: A basic ice cream flavor alongside chocolate ALCHEMISTS
Level 27: A book that you just can’t put down JACKIECHAN
Level 27: A cow dispenses milk from here JUSTIFIED
Level 27: A small flat device that provides extra data storage HITSTHESPOT
Level 27: A tool with rungs that is used to reach high places LADDER
Level 27: Being confined to one’s home, comes with an ankle accessory HOUSEARREST
Level 27: Blended fruit drink ALARMCLOCK
Level 27: 2016 musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone LALALAND
Level 27: A female sibling SISTER
Level 27: Expression; exactly what was needed OINTMENT
Level 27: Expression; freezing temperatures BELOWZERO
Level 27: Expression; We got off on the ____ ____ VANILLA
Level 27: Hong Kong actor who famously did his own stunts; Rumble in the Bronx RAGNAROK
Level 27: Subtitle of 3rd Thor movie; apocalyptic event predicted in viking RAGNAROK
Level 27: Blended fruit drink SMOOTHIE
Level 27: Japanese art of folding paper PAGETURNER
Level 27: Party prop filled with helium or air NODICE
Level 27: Party prop filled with helium or air BALLOON
Level 27: Pay no attention to BALLOON
Level 27: Sought the secrets of turning lead into gold PIGEON
Level 27: Expression; freezing temperatures BELOWZERO
Level 27: Subtitle of 3rd Thor movie; apocalyptic event predicted in viking MEMORYCARD
Level 27: Surgeon’s outfit, often blue BELOWZERO
Level 27: What is the name of this profession? GEISHA
Level 27: The most important meal of the day LADDER
Level 27: A cow dispenses milk from here UDDER
Level 27: This hoppy marsupial keeps its young close UDDER
Level 27: Disposable underpants for a toddler DIAPER
Level 27: Witchy laugh CACKLE
Level 27: Short and stout, with a handle and a spout TEAPOT
Level 27: In tennis, a tie that can only be broken by a player scoring twice DEUCE
Level 28: A holiday where all manner of monsters come out for candy LASVEGAS
Level 28: A machine for destroying documents MOTHEREARTH
Level 28: A way to decide the winner when the scores are the same DEEPFRIED
Level 28: A weather ritual that seeks to bring about precipitation YOUAREHERE
Level 28: Dorothy meets the Wizard of Oz in the _______ City WRENCH
Level 28: Expression; it can spoil the bunch DOWNLOAD
Level 28: Tests of this show who you really are CHARACTER
Level 28: Expression; to suddenly explode in anger, as in an engine BEARINMIND
Level 28: French snail dish DAVIDBOWIE
Level 28: The English singer of Space Oddity and actor in Labyrinth DAVIDBOWIE
Level 28: Bugs Bunny’s arch enemy; he tawks wike dis ELMERFUDD
Level 28: Dorothy meets the Wizard of Oz in the _______ City EMERALD
Level 28: Half of a bicycle SHREDDER
Level 28: How was this food cooked? EMERALD
Level 28: Expression; it can spoil the bunch BADAPPLE
Level 28: Personification of nature and our planet ESCARGOT
Level 28: Phrase; be aware of, remember BLOWAGASKET
Level 28: Putting things in the front yard with a price tag KATANA
Level 28: Putting things in the front yard with a price tag YARDSALE
Level 28: Scuba diver apparel TAJMAHAL
Level 28: A holiday where all manner of monsters come out for candy HALLOWEEN
Level 28: Steve Urkel’s catchphrase HALLOWEEN
Level 28: Tests of this show who you really are TEAPOT
Level 28: Scuba diver apparel WETSUIT
Level 28: The English singer of Space Oddity and actor in Labyrinth WALKMAN
Level 28: These are tough nuts to crack WETSUIT
Level 28: Three words you can use to find yourself on a shopping mall map BUFFET
Level 28: What is this deep-fried side dish? FEBREZE
Level 28: What is this deep-fried side dish? HUSHPUPPY
Level 28: Imprisoned princess who “lets down her hair” RAPUNZEL
Level 28: What is this massive landmark found in South Dakota called? MTRUSHMORE
Level 28: Superman’s mild-mannered alter ego CLARKKENT
Level 28: Expression; in the middle of doing something bad REDHANDED
Level 28: Blue-green stone; also a color named for that stone TURQUOISE
Level 28: The enemy of the protagonist in a movie or book ANTAGONIST
Level 28: Very tall building of steel and glass, often seen in dense modern SKYSCRAPER
Level 29: A decision that doesn’t take any thinking at all HAYMAKER
Level 29: A flat tailed rodent who can fell trees TERABYTE
Level 29: A nickname for New York City PIEINTHESKY
Level 29: A place of knowledge, but please be quiet! OLYMPICS
Level 29: Expression; something unlikely to happen PIEINTHESKY
Level 29: A place to fuel up your vehicle BACTERIA
Level 29: A popular myth is that eating carrots can improve this HOURGLASS
Level 29: Main artery carrying blood away from the heart AORTA
Level 29: A word meaning a place of great happiness SPORTS
Level 29: Expression; something unlikely to happen RUNWAY
Level 29: What is this aquatic bird feature? WEBBEDFEET
Level 29: High-up backyard clubhouse for kids; no girls allowed! TREEHOUSE
Level 29: Main artery carrying blood away from the heart TACKLEBOX
Level 29: There are eight of them in the Solar System PLANETS
Level 29: A word meaning a place of great happiness PARADISE
Level 29: Michael Jackson’s zombie adventure, the best selling album of all THRILLER
Level 29: Mrs. __________, 1993 comedy starring Robin Williams posing as a HOTROD
Level 29: Sandy timekeeping device GASSTATION
Level 29: The side that opposed the Empire in Star Wars EYESIGHT
Level 29: Michael Jackson’s zombie adventure, the best selling album of all THRILLER
Level 29: US author and activist; first deaf-blind person to receive a BA degree WAITER
Level 29: What a good listener might say SECRET
Level 29: What a good listener might say IMALLEARS
Level 29: What is this aquatic bird feature? BEEFJERKY
Level 29: US author and activist; first deaf-blind person to receive a BA degree HELENKELLER
Level 29: What type of bed is this? HELENKELLER
Level 29: What type of car is this? LIBRARY
Level 29: A person who rides a bike CYCLIST
Level 29: Safety device in a car that inflates in the event of a crash AIRBAG
Level 29: What disease might he get? SCURVY
Level 29: Industrial equipment used to heat and melt metal ore FURNACE
Level 30: Aircraft are kept in these HYPHEN
Level 30: A method of using chemicals to preserve a body CANDLELIGHT
Level 30: An actor that is in consistently similar roles is this FLYSWATTER
Level 30: An informal, spur of the moment photo TARZAN
Level 30: Capital of Florida, Woody Harrelson’s character in Zombieland TALLAHASSEE
Level 30: Ancient American civilization known for performing human sacrifices LIONKING
Level 30: An installment of a TV series SNAPSHOT
Level 30: Aircraft are kept in these HANGARS
Level 30: Ash replaces one of his hands with this weapon in Evil Dead HANGARS
Level 30: Besides cooking, this powder is also used in toothpaste and for cleaning HAZARDPAY
Level 30: “_____ __ ____”, 2020 DC movie starring Margot Robbie BIRDSOFPREY
Level 30: Capital of Florida, Woody Harrelson’s character in Zombieland TALLAHASSEE
Level 30: Chronicles of all human happenings ICHABODCRANE
Level 30: The lanky schoolmaster who was chased by the Headless Horseman ICHABODCRANE
Level 30: A method of using chemicals to preserve a body EMBALMING
Level 30: Expression; a difficult task EMBALMING
Level 30: Lacking all reason and sense; in math, a number that cannot be expressed ARMCHAIR
Level 30: The lanky schoolmaster who was chased by the Headless Horseman BELLYFLOP
Level 30: The opposite of temporary ANTIDOTE
Level 30: This 80s English rock band sang Creep BAKINGSODA
Level 30: An actor that is in consistently similar roles is this TYPECAST
Level 30: What is this type of clothing? TURTLENECK
Level 30: What is this type of comfortable seat? TYPECAST
Level 30: The opposite of temporary PERMANENT
Level 30: Which Scandinavian country is this? WHEELHOUSE
Level 30: A type of club used by law enforcement NIGHTSTICK
Level 30: Eating utensil used primarily in Asian countries CHOPSTICKS
Level 30: What theatrical term is this? CURTAINCALL
Level 30: Professional who stuffs animals for display TAXIDERMIST
Level 30: Energy obtained by harnessing the Sun’s rays SOLARPOWER
Level 31: A person who enjoys games of chance PIRANHA
Level 31: A time of great cold and great mammoths THRILLER
Level 31: Computer equipment used to get letters onto the screen TABLECLOTH
Level 31: Expression; late-night air journey UPACREEK
Level 31: O, AB+, A-, everyone has one TRASHCAN
Level 31: Precursor to modern chemistry; practitioners famously tried to convert ALCHEMY
Level 31: One who observes rather than participates HOOVERDAM
Level 31: Surgically remove a limb or other body part UGLYDUCKLING
Level 31: What elastic office supply item is this? BREAKALEG
Level 31: There are 1,440 of these units of time in a day MINUTES
Level 31: What is this Jackie Chanx2fChris Tucker movie? HANDTOHAND
Level 31: Front part of a car that absorbs impact in a collision BUMPER
Level 31: Someone that blame is foisted upon; a scapegoat FALLGUY
Level 31: To turn off a computer completely SHUTDOWN
Level 31: Guy ______ is the British director of “Snatchu201C and Madonna’s ex-husband RITCHIE
Level 31: What is this popular internet browser? FIREFOX
Level 32: A method of using chemicals to preserve a body TIMBURTON
Level 32: A time for a worker to rest, usually FOODGROUPS
Level 32: An actor that is in consistently similar roles is this TALLAHASSEE
Level 32: An informal, spur of the moment photo ONAPEDESTAL
Level 32: Annual school memento, often signed SNAPSHOT
Level 32: Besides cooking, this powder is also used in toothpaste and for cleaning WARANDPEACE
Level 32: Capital of Florida, Woody Harrelson’s character in Zombieland HOTCAKES
Level 32: Classic 1,000+ page novel by Leo Tolstoy LARVA
Level 32: A fellow student CLASSMATE
Level 32: Crown for beauty pageant winners and prom queens THEBIGAPPLE
Level 32: Expression; something held in excessively high esteem is put here EYEPATCH
Level 32: Filmmaker famous for The Nightmare before Christmas and Batman ADDRESSBAR
Level 32: Selling like _______; meaning something that is selling very quickly JOKER
Level 32: The 3D equivalent of a circle EMERALD
Level 32: The opposite of temporary NORWAY
Level 32: The wild card in a deck of playing cards REDBULL
Level 32: Throwing one of these into a plan might mess things up RESERVATION
Level 32: A person traveling in a vehicle PASSENGER
Level 32: What type of whale is this? SMUDGE
Level 32: Which Scandinavian country is this? SPHERE
Level 32: You’ll need one to get a seat in a crowded restaurant SHOELACES
Level 32: _________ rams are heavy tools used to break down walls and doors BATTERING
Level 32: What genre of film comedy does this scene represent? ROMANTIC
Level 32: Aquatic animal in the shape of a twinkling night sky object STARFISH
Level 32: Canada’s national sport ICEHOCKEY
Level 32: Glass dome enclosing a wintertime scene; shake it to simulate precipitation SNOWGLOBE
Level 32: Using irony in a mocking or dismissive way SARCASTIC
Level 33: A house that has more ghosts than usual KILLERWHALE
Level 33: A machine for destroying documents SCIENCEFAIR
Level 33: Another name for a polygraph, supposedly detects falsehoods DOUBTFIRE
Level 33: Area cordoned off with yellow tape by police BADAPPLE
Level 33: Examples include Harry Potter, Merlin, and Gandalf REBELS
Level 33: Extra wages for working under dangerous conditions CHARACTER
Level 33: Extra wages for working under dangerous conditions HAZARDPAY
Level 33: Famous English researcher of chimpanzees YOUAREHERE
Level 33: McDonald’s classic with secret sauce WASHINGTONDC
Level 33: Objects with designs focused on human comfort and efficiency are ERGONOMIC
Level 33: Special fast food catalog offering economical meals OSTRICH
Level 33: The largest flightless bird; one of their eggs makes 24 omelettes OSTRICH
Level 33: Tool consisting of a hinged pair of metal blades, often used to cut SCISSORS
Level 33: The head honcho of an organization; large solid dairy product WIZARD
Level 33: The largest flightless bird; one of their eggs makes 24 omelettes DAVIDBOWIE
Level 33: These Boys made hits like u201CI Want it That Way HOURGLASS
Level 33: Top Olympic runner who is as fast as his name USAINBOLT
Level 33: Type of hard drive with no moving parts BRAMSTOKER
Level 33: What post-apocalyptic movie is this? MADMAX
Level 33: What carnival feature is this? MACARONI
Level 33: What vegetable is this? GREENPEA
Level 33: Type of hard drive with no moving parts SOLIDSTATE
Level 33: What insect royalty is this? MOTHEREARTH
Level 33: Another name for a polygraph, supposedly detects falsehoods LIEDETECTOR
Level 33: What post-apocalyptic movie is this? WATERBED
Level 33: What insect royalty is this? QUEENBEE
Level 33: Which US district is this landmark located in? QUEENBEE
Level 33: African proverb meaning a child learns from many: “It takes a ______ VILLAGE
Level 33: Yankee Doodle called his feathered cap this HOTROD
Level 33: _______ Kubrick directed “The Shining”, “A Clockwork Orange”, and STANLEY
Level 33: Organ that holds urine BLADDER
Level 33: Cats are known for their grace and ______ AGILITY
Level 34: A deck used for fortune telling TERABYTE
Level 34: A man made of straw who protects crops SCARECROW
Level 34: An emperor that was told to beware the Ides of March JULIUSCAESAR
Level 34: Bedtime song for children LALALAND
Level 34: Classic 1,000+ page novel by Leo Tolstoy JULIUSCAESAR
Level 34: Crown for beauty pageant winners and prom queens WARANDPEACE
Level 34: Expression; Financially support an endeavor SMOOTHIE
Level 34: Expression; something held in excessively high esteem is put here NARWHAL
Level 34: What is this structure located between Nevada and Arizona? HOOVERDAM
Level 34: Comfy indoor footwear SLIPPERS
Level 34: Expression; something unlikely to happen TIARA
Level 34: Filmmaker famous for The Nightmare before Christmas and Batman PAPERTOWEL
Level 34: If you are the ____ __ ______, then you should turn out the lights HOUSEARREST
Level 34: The 3D equivalent of a circle JOKER
Level 34: The wild card in a deck of playing cards BANKROLL
Level 34: Used to clean spills and comes on a roll TACKLEBOX
Level 34: What is this structure located between Nevada and Arizona? ADDRESSBAR
Level 34: What type of whale is this? RESERVATION
Level 34: What condiment should these be dipped into? SOYSAUCE
Level 34: Where you might see www. on an internet browser BEEFJERKY
Level 34: You’ll need one to get a seat in a crowded restaurant SPHERE
Level 34: Idiomatically speaking, it’s a waste of time to keep beating a ____ DEADHORSE
Level 34: A person who plays an instrument MUSICIAN
Level 34: Family of sea birds with some of the largest wingspans in the world; ALBATROSS
Level 35: _____ is golden; sometimes it’s wise to say nothing TAJMAHAL
Level 35: 2016 action film staring Matt Damon as the title character HYPHEN
Level 35: A boxer that is weak to chin shots has one of these BREAKFAST
Level 35: A common bedtime phrase BALLOON
Level 35: A name for the 15-ton bell in a famous London clock tower LEGEND
Level 35: A story passed down through the ages HAMMER
Level 35: A boxer that is weak to chin shots has one of these GLASSJAW
Level 35: A tool used when hanging a painting ALCHEMISTS
Level 35: At upscale locations, person who parks your car EMAILADDRESS
Level 35: “A _______ of a thousand miles begins with a single step” – Lao Zi JOURNEY
Level 35: Carnival game where mallets are used for amusing pest control REDCARPET
Level 35: Carnival game where mallets are used for amusing pest control WHACKAMOLE
Level 35: Don’t drive a car through this; means stop FLATTERY
Level 35: At upscale locations, person who parks your car VALET
Level 35: Examples include Harry Potter, Merlin, and Gandalf VALET
Level 35: Expression; to suddenly explode in anger, as in an engine BACTERIA
Level 35: Expression; without warning KETCHUP
Level 35: Flat breakfast treat, often served with maple syrup BEANSTALK
Level 35: The side of the road you drive on in the US OUTOFTHEBLUE
Level 35: 2016 action film staring Matt Damon as the title character JASONBOURNE
Level 35: What Indian landmark is this? BANKROLL
Level 35: What type of weapon is this? BOOMERANG
Level 35: Flat breakfast treat, often served with maple syrup PANCAKE
Level 35: Who is this supposedly short French emperor? PANCAKE
Level 35: Word meaning once a year BLOWAGASKET
Level 35: Blow these out to make a birthday wish CANDLES
Level 35: A routine medical examination CHECKUP
Level 35: A room in a home where food is prepared KITCHEN
Level 35: You might buy one while on holiday, to remember the trip SOUVENIR
Level 36: 60s guitar legend that had hits like Purple Haze ROTTENEGG
Level 36: A deck used for fortune telling ROSETTASTONE
Level 36: A man made of straw who protects crops SCARECROW
Level 36: A place to fuel up your vehicle STRAWBERRY
Level 36: Age group after child but before adult SHERLOCK
Level 36: An archive for one’s thoughts and memories BREAKALEG
Level 36: Another name for music records, what they’re made of PIRANHA
Level 36: Expression that conveys longing TEENAGER
Level 36: Forests characterized by higher than usual precipitation ENAMEL
Level 36: Last one there is a _____ ___! WARRANTY
Level 36: Single-minded fixation on something OBSESSION
Level 36: “The _____ ______u201D, novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald set in the Roaring GREATGATSBY
Level 36: Native American painted animal tower made of wood JOURNAL
Level 36: Single-minded fixation on something PHOTOSHOP
Level 36: This black rock held the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs GASSTATION
Level 36: What editing software is this? VINYL
Level 36: What red fruit is this? STRAWBERRY
Level 36: A loyalty to a particular party or organization, etc. ALLEGIANCE
Level 36: A sequence of drawings representing shots planned for a movie STORYBOARD
Level 36: The process of coming to live permanently in a foreign country IMMIGRATION
Level 36: Type of lawsuit which represents a group with the same grievance CLASSACTION
Level 36: Expression derived from a Greek myth; a weak point ACHILLESHEEL
Level 36: Phrase; in summary INANUTSHELL
Level 36: What kind of edible house is this? GINGERBREAD
Level 37: Age group after child but before adult ROTTENEGG
Level 37: An archive for one’s thoughts and memories RADIOHEAD
Level 37: An installment of a TV series TRASHCAN
Level 37: Another name for music records, what they’re made of STRAWBERRY
Level 37: Ash replaces one of his hands with this weapon in Evil Dead VANILLA
Level 37: Chronicles of all human happenings WARRANTY
Level 37: Lacking all reason and sense; in math, a number that cannot be expressed IRRATIONAL
Level 37: Expression; a difficult task UPHILLBATTLE
Level 37: Forests characterized by higher than usual precipitation UPHILLBATTLE
Level 37: Lacking all reason and sense; in math, a number that cannot be expressed CHAINSAW
Level 37: Last one there is a _____ ___! OBSESSION
Level 37: What is this symbol? PEACESIGN
Level 37: Single-minded fixation on something JOURNAL
Level 37: This 80s English rock band sang Creep RATATOUILLE
Level 37: What is this type of comfortable seat? PAGETURNER
Level 37: What red fruit is this? HISTORY
Level 37: Children’s game where the parent hides their face behind their hands PEEKABOO
Level 37: Social and expressive person; opposite of introvert EXTROVERT
Level 37: Long platform used to ride waves SURFBOARD
Level 37: Projectile weapon that consists of a Y-shaped frame and a rubber SLINGSHOT
Level 37: Egypt is famous for these mathematical shapes PYRAMIDS
Level 38: 1982 sci-fi film where Harrison Ford hunts replicants KANGAROO
Level 38: A stroll through the outdoors with educational signs along the way NATUREWALK
Level 38: Area cordoned off with yellow tape by police FOODGROUPS
Level 38: Arnold Schwarzenegger was one for California PAPARAZZI
Level 38: Tabloid photographers fixated on shooting the stars PAPARAZZI
Level 38: Beverage made from squeezing fruits MEMORYCARD
Level 38: Cue card machine, helps an orator if they forget their words TELEPROMPTER
Level 38: Keeps your hair healthy and clean SHAMPOO
Level 38: Cue card machine, helps an orator if they forget their words TELEPROMPTER
Level 38: Dairy, meat, fruits, vegetables, and grains TELEPROMPTER
Level 38: Expression; freezing temperatures BLURAY
Level 38: An airport’s control tower is responsible for managing ___ _______ AIRTRAFFIC
Level 38: Expression; something that can pass for an exact copy IGNORE
Level 38: Keeps your hair healthy and clean JACKIECHAN
Level 38: The classic pirate’s flag is called this JOLLYROGER
Level 38: Expression; something that can pass for an exact copy DEADRINGER
Level 38: One of the richest men alive; philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft DEADRINGER
Level 38: Preserved impression of prehistoric animals; dinosaur remains RAIDERS
Level 38: Professional football team from Oakland BILLGATES
Level 38: Protects a dining surface from errant food stains SUBTITLE
Level 38: Screen text for the hearing impaired SCRUBS
Level 38: Steve Urkel’s catchphrase RATATOUILLE
Level 38: Steve Urkel’s catchphrase DIDIDOTHAT
Level 38: A professional who provides recruiting services HEADHUNTER
Level 38: Tabloid photographers fixated on shooting the stars SHERLOCK
Level 38: The classic pirate’s flag is called this JOLLYROGER
Level 38: The successor format to DVDs NATUREWALK
Level 38: What red root vegetable is this? WRONGFOOT
Level 38: What is this delicious baked good? CHERRYPIE
Level 38: ESL stands for “English as a Second ________” LANGUAGE
Level 38: This path connects a garage to the street DRIVEWAY
Level 38: Experts make these based on current data FORECASTS
Level 38: “____ ____ the King!” is a proclamation for the ascension of a new LONGLIVE
Level 39: 60s guitar legend that had hits like Purple Haze HITSTHESPOT
Level 39: A favored meal for bees and butterflies NECTAR
Level 39: A jungle predator and brand of car MEMORYCARD
Level 39: A way to decide the winner when the scores are the same BAGGAGE
Level 39: Alice sat at one of these with the Mad Hatter LALALAND
Level 39: Canine racing breed, and a kind of bus UDDER
Level 39: Canine racing breed, and a kind of bus GREYHOUND
Level 39: Cook hired to provide food at an event LADDER
Level 39: Digital pet popular in the 1990s HAMFISTED
Level 39: Expression; Clumsy CATERER
Level 39: Expression; throwing out ideas BRAINSTORM
Level 39: A favored meal for bees and butterflies NECTAR
Level 39: Green hotdog topping RELISH
Level 39: Hairstyle of Mr. T TAMAGOTCHI
Level 39: Jack climbed one of these and encountered a giant VANILLA
Level 39: Lincoln gave his Four score and seven years ago speech here BELOWZERO
Level 39: What football foul is this? OFFSIDES
Level 39: 60s guitar legend that had hits like Purple Haze JIMIHENDRIX
Level 39: Mascot of UC Santa Cruz, this gastropod resembles a fruit JIMIHENDRIX
Level 39: Offer to buy something at an unrealistically low price BANANASLUG
Level 39: French city, famous for the mustard DIJON
Level 39: Lincoln gave his Four score and seven years ago speech here GETTYSBURG
Level 39: Publications that feature panels and word balloons GETTYSBURG
Level 39: Symbol used to mark out trending topics; e.g. on Twitter WINTER
Level 39: The R in R&D PAGETURNER
Level 39: To leave an area faced with impending danger HASHTAG
Level 39: What football foul is this? SMOOTHIE
Level 39: Who is this chilly champion? BEANSTALK
Level 39: You can take these to control a horse REINS
Level 39: The process of growing older AGING
Level 39: Bar game where small missiles are thrown at a target of concentric DARTS
Level 39: Snow White hid in a cottage with seven of these DWARFS
Level 40: Beverage made from squeezing fruits JUICE
Level 40: Don’t leave these untied or you might trip BIGMAC
Level 40: McDonald’s classic with secret sauce WRONGFOOT
Level 40: Objects with designs focused on human comfort and efficiency are IGNORE
Level 40: Special fast food catalog offering economical meals BIGCHEESE
Level 40: Tabloid photographers fixated on shooting the stars MADMAX
Level 40: The head honcho of an organization; large solid dairy product ORIGAMI
Level 40: Top Olympic runner who is as fast as his name RAGNAROK
Level 40: A flat tailed rodent who can fell trees BEAVER
Level 40: What body part does this represent? ERGONOMIC
Level 40: What carnival feature is this? JACKIECHAN
Level 40: Special fast food catalog offering economical meals VALUEMENU
Level 40: What post-apocalyptic movie is this? VALUEMENU
Level 40: Which US district is this landmark located in? BALLOON
Level 40: A place that caters to people on vacation RESORT
Level 40: Type of skates with four wheels ROLLER
Level 40: Occurring without human intervention NATURAL
Level 40: What German city is this? HAMBURG
Level 40: Standing or sitting position where the back is straight UPRIGHT
Level 40: A place that displays or sells artworks GALLERY
Level 40: What are these game pieces? DOMINOES
Level 41: _____ is golden; sometimes it’s wise to say nothing BADAPPLE
Level 41: A common bedtime phrase RAIDERS
Level 41: A common condiment for french fries BREAKFAST
Level 41: A kindly TV host who asked Won’t you be my neighbor? ESCARGOT
Level 41: Ali Baba tangles with them after learning the magic words Open Sesame INSTALL
Level 41: An energy drink that gives you wings TOPSECRET
Level 41: What is this spy-related term TOPSECRET
Level 41: Annual school memento, often signed RAINDANCE
Level 41: Improvisational game where you fill in the blanks to a story BLOWAGASKET
Level 41: One of the 5 Great Lakes, found in Michigan LAKEHURON
Level 41: A child who has started walking TODDLER
Level 41: One of the 5 Great Lakes, found in Michigan TIEBREAKER
Level 41: PBS has a Roadshow to find these sometimes hidden treasures YEARBOOK
Level 41: Professional football team from Oakland SCRUBS
Level 41: Sci-fi instant transportation method HALLOWEEN
Level 41: What editing software is this? PHOTOSHOP
Level 41: _____ is golden; sometimes it’s wise to say nothing SILENCE
Level 41: The next step after you download an app INSTALL
Level 41: Improvisational game where you fill in the blanks to a story MADLIBS
Level 41: This black rock held the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs KANGAROO
Level 41: A kindly TV host who asked Won’t you be my neighbor? MRROGERS
Level 41: Place to buy and sell products MARKET
Level 41: Type of hard drive with no moving parts MRROGERS
Level 41: What editing software is this? EMERALD
Level 41: What is this spy-related term SHREDDER
Level 41: What professional walks on this type of runway? MODEL
Level 41: Machine used to make duplicates of paper files COPIER
Level 41: American coin worth 25 cents QUARTER
Level 41: A baby ______ is a pre-birth celebration SHOWER
Level 42: _____house-Five, an anti-war novel by Kurt Vonnegut MOTHEREARTH
Level 42: ___ pentameter, Shakespeare’s sonnets are written in this meter BEARINMIND
Level 42: A colorful instrument played with mallets XYLOPHONE
Level 42: Around the clock news ________ DEEPFRIED
Level 42: Bond villain with a lethal hat DIDIDOTHAT
Level 42: Contains A through Z CHARACTER
Level 42: Dashboard instrument that displays the distance traveled UNICYCLE
Level 42: Demigod who performed 12 labors; featured in a 1997 Disney movie WEBBEDFEET
Level 42: Famous English researcher of chimpanzees XYLOPHONE
Level 42: Idiomatically, this is the best medicine, but I’d get a second opinion! IMALLEARS
Level 42: What kind of American folk dance is this? HOEDOWN
Level 42: The largest flightless bird; one of their eggs makes 24 omelettes JANEGOODALL
Level 42: The part of the swimming pool that goes down the furthest WETSUIT
Level 42: What a good listener might say ODDJOB
Level 42: What is this aquatic bird feature? ALPHABET
Level 42: Energy drink advertised as giving you wings REDBULL
Level 42: You don’t want this boundary to recede! DAVIDBOWIE
Level 42: Lacking both shoes and socks BAREFOOT
Level 42: Working past normal working hours OVERTIME
Level 42: A person who enjoys games of chance GAMBLER
Level 42: A time for a worker to rest, usually WEEKEND
Level 42: 90s TV show featuring heroic lifeguards running in slow motion BAYWATCH
Level 42: What sauce is this? MUSTARD
Level 43: A decision that doesn’t take any thinking at all HAMMER
Level 43: A tool used when hanging a painting MOHAWK
Level 43: Charles M. ______, creator of Charlie Brown EVACUATE
Level 43: Digital pet popular in the 1990s LIBRARY
Level 43: Expression; Clumsy BEAVER
Level 43: Expression; throwing out ideas THEBIGAPPLE
Level 43: Expression; Clumsy HAMFISTED
Level 43: Hairstyle of Mr. T WALNUTS
Level 43: Mascot of UC Santa Cruz, this gastropod resembles a fruit EYESIGHT
Level 43: A common dinner decision is between soup and this green, leafy dish SALAD
Level 43: Offer to buy something at an unrealistically low price GASSTATION
Level 43: Protective eye equipment SCHOOLBUS
Level 43: Digital pet popular in the 1990s TAMAGOTCHI
Level 43: Publications that feature panels and word balloons COMICBOOK
Level 43: Symbol used to mark out trending topics; e.g. on Twitter YOUAREHERE
Level 43: Offer to buy something at an unrealistically low price LOWBALL
Level 43: The Grand Canyon is in this US state LOWBALL
Level 43: To leave an area faced with impending danger EVACUATE
Level 43: Mascot of UC Santa Cruz, this gastropod resembles a fruit BANANASLUG
Level 43: What insect royalty is this? BANANASLUG
Level 43: Who is this chilly champion? PARADISE
Level 43: What stretching exercise is this room used for? YOGA
Level 43: Yankee Doodle called his feathered cap this WINTER
Level 43: Symbol used to mark out trending topics; e.g. on Twitter HASHTAG
Level 43: Yellow vehicle that takes students to their teachers HASHTAG
Level 43: Capital city of Germany, where currywurst is said to have been invented BERLIN
Level 43: TV comedy genre, usually with 30-minute episodes SITCOM
Level 43: The reptilian spokesperson for Geico GECKO
Level 43: To fix something that is broken REPAIR
Level 44: _____house-Five, an anti-war novel by Kurt Vonnegut YMCA
Level 44: 1970s hit by the Village People, the dance spells out the name PIEINTHESKY
Level 44: A colorful instrument played with mallets WALLET
Level 44: A leather case for bills, photos, cards, and more DOUBTFIRE
Level 44: A leather case for bills, photos, cards, and more WALLET
Level 44: Aerobic exercise that has your hands touching over your head AORTA
Level 44: Ali Baba tangles with them after learning the magic words Open Sesame FORTYTHIEVES
Level 44: PBS has a Roadshow to find these sometimes hidden treasures ANTIQUES
Level 44: Arnold Schwarzenegger was one for California HELENKELLER
Level 44: Around the clock news ________ TOPSECRET
Level 44: Arnold Schwarzenegger was one for California GOVERNOR
Level 44: Bob Ross famously said, “We don’t make mistakes, we make happy little ACCIDENTS
Level 44: Bond villain with a lethal hat XYLOPHONE
Level 44: Contains A through Z GOVERNOR
Level 44: Dashboard instrument that displays the distance traveled HYENA
Level 44: Expression that conveys longing WATERBED
Level 44: Spotted African predator known for its distinctive laugh HYENA
Level 44: Half of a bicycle HOTROD
Level 44: Handheld pest control device WEBBEDFEET
Level 44: Original name of desktops produced by Apple THRILLER
Level 44: PBS has a Roadshow to find these sometimes hidden treasures HOURGLASS
Level 44: Half of a bicycle UNICYCLE
Level 44: Often seen denim pants loved by cowboys BLUEJEANS
Level 44: Spotted African predator known for its distinctive laugh HYENA
Level 44: The part of the swimming pool that goes down the furthest HAIRLINE
Level 44: Ali Baba tangles with them after learning the magic words Open Sesame FORTYTHIEVES
Level 44: The successor format to DVDs REBELS
Level 44: What is this spy-related term JUMPINGJACKS
Level 44: You don’t want this boundary to recede! MACINTOSH
Level 44: _______ X is the leader of the X-men PROFESSOR
Level 44: What is this unbearable event? FINALSTRAW
Level 44: This generation emerged following World War II BABYBOOMER
Level 44: Natural way to get a tan SUNBATHING
Level 44: Traditional ritual for greeting, or for sealing a deal HANDSHAKE
Level 45: Bad breath condition CHAINSAW
Level 45: Glass half empty type of person TALLAHASSEE
Level 45: Keyboard key used to delete errors HANGARS
Level 45: Long-necked livestock known for spitting when irritated EMBALMING
Level 45: Movement with a ball on a basketball court BAKINGSODA
Level 45: What is this sweet coating found on a cake? ICING
Level 45: One-piece gymnastics wear SNAPSHOT
Level 45: Our thumbs are kind of special for this reason EPISODE
Level 45: Ten to the power of three AZTECS
Level 45: Coins and bills used to purchases goods and services MONEY
Level 45: What kind of smelly fruit is this? TYPECAST
Level 45: A movie theater brand featuring a particularly large screen IMAX
Level 45: A gem that comes from oysters, mussels, and clams PEARL
Level 45: Secretly get married without parental approval ELOPE
Level 45: Flashy gambling establishment CASINO
Level 46: A short or partial view; a peek HISTORY
Level 46: Amusement where participants drive electronic cars into one another RADIOHEAD
Level 46: Famous museum, home to the Mona Lisa IRRATIONAL
Level 46: Former name of Ho Chi Minh City NORWAY
Level 46: Lion from the Narnia series ARMCHAIR
Level 46: Personal journal for one’s thoughts; entries may start with “dear DIARY
Level 46: Manhattan, Mojito, Gin and Tonic, for example ICHABODCRANE
Level 46: Peter Pan’s handicapped enemy UPHILLBATTLE
Level 46: What do you call someone that plays this? GAMBLER
Level 46: Real ______ is property consisting of land and a building ESTATE
Level 46: What is this farm tool called? PERMANENT
Level 46: Where the pilot controls an aircraft from COCKPIT
Level 46: Wintertime sculpture with a carrot for a nose SNOWMAN
Level 46: This animal is known for playing dead POSSUM
Level 47: An exact duplicate, especially of a document SPECTATOR
Level 47: Lachrymose stuffed donkey from Winnie the Pooh EMBALMING
Level 47: Mexican dish; heated tortilla filled with cheese and other ingredients KEYBOARD
Level 47: Never ceasing, infinite ENDLESS
Level 47: Oversized music player, often carried on the shoulder BOOMBOX
Level 47: Soda sugar substitute; high fructose ___ ____ AMPUTATE
Level 47: Spooky gourd REDEYEFLIGHT
Level 47: Who is this Greek philosopher? RUSHHOUR
Level 47: US children’s show with a sky-colored canine star who leaves behind BLUESCLUES
Level 47: Words that might be used to start a race RUBBERBAND
Level 47: What are these pieces of sporting equipment? GOLFCLUBS
Level 47: Lacking the ability to distinguish certain colors COLORBLIND
Level 47: Large absorbent cloth you might bring for a day of seaside fun BEACHTOWEL
Level 47: Equine-based unit of engine performance HORSEPOWER
Level 48: A species of large ginger ape SPHERE
Level 48: Arabic dancing style featuring complex torso movements and exotic YEARBOOK
Level 48: Orcine-pay ode-cay anguage-lay PIGLATIN
Level 48: Culturally unacceptable practice, like gifting a clock in China HOTCAKES
Level 48: What is this kitsch object called? LAVALAMP
Level 48: First animal, alphabetically SNAPSHOT
Level 48: Orcine-pay ode-cay anguage-lay TIARA
Level 48: A species of large ginger ape ORANGUTAN
Level 48: Portrayed Obi-wan Kenobi in the original film JOKER
Level 48: Premium chocolate brand from Belgium; named after the Lady PERMANENT
Level 48: Premium chocolate brand from Belgium; named after the Lady GODIVA
Level 48: Portrayed Obi-wan Kenobi in the original film ALECGUINNESS
Level 48: Supposedly negative calorie veggie WARANDPEACE
Level 48: Tension, sinus, cluster are types of this TYPECAST
Level 48: This is an ________ seal; named after a long-nosed animal ELEPHANT
Level 48: What is this furniture for sleeping? WATERBED
Level 48: The 1991 superhero in The Rocketeer wore this flight equipment WEEKEND
Level 48: First animal, alphabetically AARDVARK
Level 48: The sincerest form of flattery TIMBURTON
Level 48: This is an ________ seal; named after a long-nosed animal WRENCH
Level 48: Many pictures put together to give the illusion of movement ANIMATION
Level 48: What is this kitsch object called? ONAPEDESTAL
Level 48: What is this man’s occupation? UMPIRE
Level 48: What is this man’s occupation? BAKINGSODA
Level 48: Yellow video game icon’s wife MSPACMAN
Level 48: Yellow video game icon’s wife TALLAHASSEE
Level 48: “_________ is bliss”; one can’t be troubled by what one doesn’t know IGNORANCE
Level 48: Sock hung to receive Christmas presents STOCKING
Level 48: To put someone in jail IMPRISON
Level 48: Relieving stress; chilling out RELAXING
Level 48: Mountain that can erupt VOLCANO
Level 48: Yellow liquid found in the center of the object laid by a hen EGGYOLK
Level 49: A rapper move; voice amplifier release BIGMAC
Level 49: Dante’s ____, first part of his Divine Comedy VALUEMENU
Level 49: Doritos flavor found in a blue bag COOLRANCH
Level 49: Early Disney film; Mickey Mouse’s magic mishap BIGCHEESE
Level 49: Green-clad sprite who has a pot of gold LEPRECHAUN
Level 49: A rapper move; voice amplifier release MICDROP
Level 49: Friday the _____, horror classic NARWHAL
Level 49: One half of login information alongside a password USERNAME
Level 49: Doritos flavor found in a blue bag COOLRANCH
Level 49: Green-clad sprite who has a pot of gold JANEGOODALL
Level 49: Dante’s ____, first part of his Divine Comedy INFERNO
Level 49: Hooked whaling implement WIZARD
Level 49: Early Disney film; Mickey Mouse’s magic mishap FANTASIA
Level 49: Inspirational phrase given by a cat poster HAUNTED
Level 49: Name used for a vehicle that criminals escape a crime scene in HAZARDPAY
Level 49: Reporter for the Daily Planet and Superman’s love interest LOISLANE
Level 49: Skyscraper thriller; Bruce Willis stars DIEHARD
Level 49: Northeastern US region SHREDDER
Level 49: Painter’s support, usually wooden NORWAY
Level 49: Pocket money regularly given by parents to their kids ALLOWANCE
Level 49: Pocket money regularly given by parents to their kids RESERVATION
Level 49: Northeastern US region NEWENGLAND
Level 49: Skyscraper thriller; Bruce Willis stars OSTRICH
Level 49: They never go unpunished LIEDETECTOR
Level 49: They never go unpunished GOODDEEDS
Level 49: What rapper does this refer to? CRIMESCENE
Level 49: What rapper does this refer to? SLIMSHADY
Level 49: What are these supportive tools? CRUTCHES
Level 49: A criminal who intentionally starts a fire ARSONIST
Level 50: Athlete that tumbles, rolls, somersaults, and more GYMNAST
Level 50: French city, famous for the mustard BACKSTREET
Level 50: Moralistic tales; Aesop’s are quite famous FABLES
Level 50: He picked a peck of pickled peppers. MACARONI
Level 50: Weekend hire to give parents some time away BABYSITTER
Level 50: Moralistic tales; Aesop’s are quite famous SOLIDSTATE
Level 50: Tiny pores on leaves and stems that allow plants to breathe STOMATA
Level 50: Mythical city of gold, supposedly in South America SCARECROW
Level 50: Refreezable object used to keep food cold or reduce swelling from ICEPACK
Level 50: Severe allergy sufferers should keep one around MADMAX
Level 50: What kind of music do these men play? MARIACHI
Level 50: This is Batman’s favorite bird ROBIN
Level 50: This is Batman’s favorite bird ROBIN
Level 50: Tiny pores on leaves and stems that allow plants to breathe QUEENBEE
Level 50: Weekend hire to give parents some time away SIDESHOW
Level 50: What minor injury does this represent? PAPERCUT
Level 50: What kind of music do these men play? WASHINGTONDC
Level 50: Symbol used to mark trending topics, typically on Twitter HASHTAG
Level 50: One-piece gymnastics wear LEOTARD
Level 50: A short or partial view; a peek GLIMPSE
Level 50: Someone who is sleep-________ had better go to bed DEPRIVED

Level 51: A meter in a vehicle that shows how much gas is remaining FUELGAUGE
Level 51: A rush of snow or rocks sliding down a slope JULIUSCAESAR
Level 51: Admission of one’s guilt LULLABY
Level 51: Condiment made with egg and oil ONAPEDESTAL
Level 51: Animal with a distinguished pedigree PUREBRED
Level 51: Judy ____, starred in Wizard of Oz BANKROLL
Level 51: Model enclosed in glass that can be shaken for a Wintertime scene WARANDPEACE
Level 51: Musical style that uses vocals without any instruments TIMBURTON
Level 51: Railroad car typically at the end of the train that houses the crew PIEINTHESKY
Level 51: A hole in the door for mail LETTERBOX
Level 51: What is this instrument called? TIARA
Level 51: The most common type of degree earned through completing college BACHELORS
Level 51: Legendary music festival held in 1969, on a dairy farm in Bethel, WOODSTOCK
Level 51: Someone who completes their studies at school GRADUATE
Level 51: Something used as the norm or model for comparisons STANDARD
Level 52: Comes before junior high, my dear Watson PAPERTOWEL
Level 52: Expression; a race that is too close to call, especially a horse SPHERE
Level 52: Male deer have them ADDRESSBAR
Level 52: Separate from a spouse JOKER
Level 52: Leaving extra money on the table for a restaurant server TIPPING
Level 52: Stuffs animals for display SILENCE
Level 52: The Big ____; the Dude abides NARWHAL
Level 52: This helps you pay for college RESERVATION
Level 52: What is this Japanese dish called? HOOVERDAM
Level 52: A road that leads nowhere DEADEND
Level 52: What is this motion sickness? CARSICK
Level 52: A whole number; a number that is not a fraction INTEGER
Level 52: This portable device is a relief for asthma patients INHALER
Level 52: This animal, the ________ seal, is named for a long-nosed animal ELEPHANT
Level 52: Type of guitar that doesn’t need an amp ACOUSTIC
Level 52: Phone menu where saved names and numbers are stored CONTACTS
Level 53: _____ Tesla, rival of the above VALET
Level 53: Alan _______, portrayed Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series LEGEND
Level 53: What is this surgeon’s tool called? FORCEPS
Level 53: As American as ____ __ WIZARD
Level 53: Hunter who fought Arnie and Aliens, in separate films GLASSJAW
Level 53: Thomas Alva ______, credited for inventing the lightbulb EDISON
Level 53: _____ Tesla, rival of the above NIKOLA
Level 53: Informal term for a psychiatrist WHACKAMOLE
Level 53: Informal term for a psychiatrist SHRINK
Level 53: Lemons, limes, and oranges, for example JASONBOURNE
Level 53: Thomas Alva ______, credited for inventing the lightbulb HAMMER
Level 53: Traffic anger, in other words SWEETDREAMS
Level 53: To mark text using a light, brightly-colored ink HIGHLIGHT
Level 53: What is this combined landmass called BLOWAGASKET
Level 53: What is this combined landmass called EURASIA
Level 53: What is this surgeon’s tool called? BIGBEN
Level 53: Traffic anger, in other words ROADRAGE
Level 53: You might raise these facial features in surprise REDLIGHT
Level 53: Game where people whisper a message to one another in a row to see TELEPHONE
Level 53: Ferdinand Magellan and Marco Polo were both famous _________ EXPLORERS
Level 54: A desert reptile that has a peculiar tail GASSTATION
Level 54: Also called mouth harp TEENAGER
Level 54: The fairy variant of this helped Cinderella GODMOTHER
Level 54: A desert reptile that has a peculiar tail RATTLESNAKE
Level 54: Black tie, white tie, business casual, for example RAINFOREST
Level 54: Also called mouth harp HARMONICA
Level 54: Do as I say, ___ __ _ __ VINYL
Level 54: Hypothetical perfect society ROTTENEGG
Level 54: It’s said to be bad luck if this animal crosses your path BLACKCAT
Level 54: Light spectrum used by night vision goggles RIGHT
Level 54: Magic words, similar to hocus pocus or alakazam! OUTOFTHEBLUE
Level 54: Poultry trinity mashup TURDUCKEN
Level 54: Polka instrument; also called squeezebox NAPOLEON
Level 54: Hypothetical perfect society UTOPIA
Level 54: Poultry trinity mashup MISSINGYOU
Level 54: Rules 1 & 2: you do not talk about this TAJMAHAL
Level 54: The best defense is a good _____ JIMIHENDRIX
Level 54: The fairy variant of this helped Cinderella GODMOTHER
Level 54: Perfect time for telling stories to children BEDTIME
Level 54: Polka instrument; also called squeezebox ACCORDION
Level 54: Type of mammal named after the Latin for pouch TAROTCARDS
Level 54: What expression does this represent? PANCAKE
Level 54: What is this type of bike called? TANDEM
Level 54: The best defense is a good _____ OFFENSE
Level 54: What is this type of bike called? ANNUAL
Level 54: What word does this represent? JOURNAL
Level 54: What biology term does this represent? GENEPOOL
Level 54: Honeycombs and snowflakes naturally take on this geometric shape HEXAGON
Level 54: Unused, often amusing recordings left over after filming OUTTAKES
Level 54: This 2018 DC movie stars Jason Momoa in a battle over the seas AQUAMAN
Level 55: Canadian national sport PHOTOSHOP
Level 55: First name of General Grant, of the US Civil War ULYSSES
Level 55: In US law, one is considered this until proven guilty TOTEMPOLE
Level 55: Large spiders kept by some as pets for some reason STRAWBERRY
Level 55: A place that has witnessed many departures and arrivals AIRPORT
Level 55: Mythical hybrid beast, combination of lion, goat, and snake OBSESSION
Level 55: Name of the second Matrix film JOURNAL
Level 55: Strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate in one ROSETTASTONE
Level 55: What are these called, collectively? TEENAGER
Level 55: Customer of a company CLIENT
Level 55: Alan _______ portrayed Severus Snape in the “Harry Potter” series RICKMAN
Level 55: Underground room used to store wine CELLAR
Level 55: What permanent word does this represent? FOREVER
Level 56: Bart Simpson is in this in every episode intro VINYL
Level 56: Chemical ingredient in nail polish remover UPHILLBATTLE
Level 56: Fictional animated band; recorded Feel Good, Inc. RAINFOREST
Level 56: Make like a tree CHAINSAW
Level 56: Influenced or changed by an outside force AFFECTED
Level 56: To listen in on a conversation not meant for you HISTORY
Level 56: Undo button, but for pencil writing ROTTENEGG
Level 56: What is the name of this shape? IRRATIONAL
Level 56: What is this popular grain? WHEAT
Level 56: What type of fruit are these? BERRIES
Level 56: To draw in breath INHALE
Level 56: Singer that says “Hello” while “Rolling in the Deep” ADELE
Level 56: The sea witch in “The Little Mermaid” who offered Ariel a trade URSULA
Level 57: Bart Simpson would prefer that you don’t do this, man GOVERNOR
Level 57: He says I do at a wedding OBSESSION
Level 57: Miniature sea creatures that are a favorite food of whales CRIMESCENE
Level 57: Pest animal known for playing dead STRAWBERRY
Level 57: The eponymous Lord of the Rings RADIOHEAD
Level 57: The sound a clock makes TICKTOCK
Level 57: US city of brotherly love NATUREWALK
Level 57: What is this massive landmark found in South Dakota called? BLADERUNNER
Level 57: What theory does this represent? ARMCHAIR
Level 57: Canadian actor known for portraying Austin Powers and voicing Shrek MIKEMYERS
Level 57: What sport is this? PINGPONG
Level 57: “Pirates of the ________” refers to both a Disneyland ride and the CARIBBEAN
Level 57: People affected by this condition have trouble sleeping INSOMNIA
Level 57: Someone who kills a prominent figure, typically for political purposes ASSASSIN
Level 57: A headache you might get after a night of drinking HANGOVER
Level 58: __ ___, no foul SHAMPOO
Level 58: A type of tea named after nobility DEADRINGER
Level 58: Afternoon performance of a play; don’t confuse with sea cow FOSSIL
Level 58: Alternative to automatic, in cars FOODGROUPS
Level 58: Partially closing one’s eyes to see things more clearly SQUINTING
Level 58: Pet detective portrayed by Jim Carrey BELOWZERO
Level 58: Small pieces of paper to help memorization JUICE
Level 58: The ___ ____; Christopher Nolan movie BILLGATES
Level 58: There are two on the US map TELEPROMPTER
Level 58: An adjustment made to an official document; the US Constitution has AMENDMENT
Level 58: What state is this balloon in? DEFLATED
Level 58: The ________, American rock band famous for their hit “Pretty Fly OFFSPRING
Level 58: Finding a four-leaf clover will bring you this GOODLUCK
Level 58: To give someone support and confidence in doing something ENCOURAGE
Level 58: A magic _____ ___ is a black sphere that will answer your questions, EIGHTBALL
Level 59: A brief appearance of a movie star in a film PAPARAZZI
Level 59: Billionaire founder of Tesla and SpaceX RAIDERS
Level 59: China, Korea, and Japan are countries in this region BLURAY
Level 59: Norse warriors feared for their unstoppable rage BERSERKERS
Level 59: ________ & Dragons is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game DUNGEONS
Level 59: Odin, Thor, Loki, Tyr, Balder, and Freya are examples of these TABLECLOTH
Level 59: Pabst ____ ______, American lager JOLLYROGER
Level 59: What astrological sign is this? SUBTITLE
Level 59: Professional that rescues swimmers in danger LIFEGUARD
Level 59: What is this 2014 thriller about a missing person? GONEGIRL
Level 59: French gothic cathedral named “Our Lady of Paris” NOTREDAME
Level 59: Container containing sticks of wood used to spark flames MATCHBOX
Level 59: If you fry an egg without flipping it, it’s “_____ ____ up” SUNNYSIDE
Level 60: Expression; a misleading clue TAMAGOTCHI
Level 60: Giant pandas were this until 2016 ENDANGERED
Level 60: Gives sodas their distinctive fizzy quality HAMFISTED
Level 60: Magnanimous response to no offense NONETAKEN
Level 60: Magnanimous response to no offense TEAPARTY
Level 60: Walking on this is a balancing act TIGHTROPE
Level 60: If you believe in yourself, anything is ________ POSSIBLE
Level 60: Patron saint of Ireland TIEBREAKER
Level 60: The entrance to heaven is often called this PEARLYGATES
Level 60: Expression; a misleading clue REDHERRING
Level 60: Suited for both land and water RELISH
Level 60: Gives sodas their distinctive fizzy quality CARBONATION
Level 60: The entrance to heaven is often called this CATERER
Level 60: The Good Witch of the South JIMIHENDRIX
Level 60: An informal, spur of the moment photo SNAPSHOT
Level 60: Suited for both land and water AMPHIBIOUS
Level 60: The most Canadian of the Five Great Lakes of North America LAKEONTARIO
Level 60: Walking on this is a balancing act GREYHOUND
Level 60: What a surgeon calls a cut JAGUAR
Level 60: What type of nut is this? PISTACHIO
Level 60: What type of nut is this? NECTAR
Level 60: Exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion of excitement HYSTERIA
Level 60: “_______ Gangster”, 2007 crime drama starring Denzel Washington as AMERICAN
Level 60: A building that contains several rentable living spaces APARTMENT
Level 60: Alice sat at one of these with the Mad Hatter TEAPARTY
Level 60: Exams that take place halfway through a college course MIDTERMS
Level 60: A place for a canine to rest their head DOGHOUSE
Level 61: A child might throw one when angry COMICBOOK
Level 61: Chicken, gold, and wisdom can be found in this form RESEARCH
Level 61: The last Mad Max film FURYROAD
Level 61: A child might throw one when angry TANTRUM
Level 61: Chocolate ice cream flavor with nuts and marshmallows WINTER
Level 61: Expression; caught in the act HASHTAG
Level 61: Expression; caught in the act REDHANDED
Level 61: Hypothetical technology for traveling to the past or future TIMEMACHINE
Level 61: Using a passage from a book or speech to make an argument QUOTING
Level 61: Leave out; remove from consideration GETTYSBURG
Level 61: One who has been hired to perform a job EMPLOYEE
Level 61: Often paired with ladies when introducing a performance OFFSIDES
Level 61: One of these is ten millimeters long MOHAWK
Level 61: One who has been hired to perform a job EVACUATE
Level 61: Ring this to alert people inside a house to your presence DOORBELL
Level 61: Speak in a low volume; obligatory in a library BEANSTALK
Level 61: Speak in a low volume; obligatory in a library WHISPER
Level 61: Leave out; remove from consideration EXCLUDE
Level 61: The last Mad Max film LOWBALL
Level 61: Traditional ritual for greeting or sealing a deal BANANASLUG
Level 61: Traditional ritual for greeting or sealing a deal HANDSHAKE
Level 61: What is this interstellar vehicle? SPACESHIP
Level 61: The cure for a poison ANTIDOTE
Level 61: Yellow assistants with their own language from 2010’s “Despicable MINIONS
Level 61: _______ will get you nowhere; praising someone won’t win any favors FLATTERY
Level 62: A sanitary cloth used when dining to wipe up messes PAPARAZZI
Level 62: Comes in packages of 10 while the buns come in packages of 8 USAINBOLT
Level 62: Eight of these pull Santa’s sleigh BIGCHEESE
Level 62: He shot first, no matter what George Lucas says BIGMAC
Level 62: Little men with red hats that might live in your garden VALUEMENU
Level 62: Two words to express gratitude and appreciation THANKYOU
Level 62: Synthetic fiber, used in women’s stockings EYELID
Level 62: What is this measuring instrument called? SHOELACES
Level 62: You can take these to control a horse ERGONOMIC
Level 62: Holiday where all manner of monsters come out for candy HALLOWEEN
Level 62: Expression that conveys longing MISSINGYOU
Level 62: They roll them out for celebrities REDCARPET
Level 62: What restless expression does this represent? CABINFEVER
Level 62: Means “good luck” backstage BREAKALEG
Level 62: Summertime drink often sold at small stands by children LEMONADE
Level 62: Bruce Lee’s signature weapon, made of two sticks connected by a chain NUNCHUKS
Level 63: A king who was cursed to have his touch turn things into gold SIDESHOW
Level 63: Classic third option for voters FORTYTHIEVES
Level 63: Italian grilled sandwich, often made in a press MRROGERS
Level 63: One who fusses over unimportant details MADMAX
Level 63: Al ______, the lead in “Scarface” PACINO
Level 63: Robin Hood’s love interest KETCHUP
Level 63: What musical symbol does this represent? WASHINGTONDC
Level 63: Without preparation or rehearsal SILENCE
Level 63: Write, rite, right, and Wright are all examples of this SWEETDREAMS
Level 63: What kind of furniture does this represent? CABINET
Level 63: You might gaze at yours for meditation REDBULL
Level 63: Swiss city, birthplace of some very important Conventions GENEVA
Level 63: The chief servant of a large household, traditionally male; Carson BUTLER
Level 63: Season when the leaves start falling AUTUMN
Level 64: A musical ensemble with a conductor and many types of instruments ROSETTASTONE
Level 64: Cutting these can leave you in tears TELEPORT
Level 64: Expression; joyful, cheerful, chipper ANTIQUES
Level 64: Head accessory used to privately listen to music players YEARBOOK
Level 64: Eric _______, one of the greatest guitarists of all time, ironically CLAPTON
Level 64: King Arthur’s legendary sword MADLIBS
Level 64: Obsolete data storage; the save icon is modeled after this RAIDERS
Level 64: Well known, but not in a good way LAKEHURON
Level 64: What word does this represent? BACKRUB
Level 64: Drug that boosts muscle development; illegal in athletic competitions STEROID
Level 64: Having an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance ARROGANT
Level 64: What Indian landmark is this? TAJMAHAL
Level 64: To request a restaurant to hold a table for you in advance RESERVE
Level 64: What holiday does this animal represent? EASTER
Level 64: A tortilla chip and cheese dish NACHOS
Level 64: Dogs are man’s best _______ FRIEND
Level 64: An _______ buy is a purchase made based on a sudden urge IMPULSE
Level 65: A cell’s core, where DNA is housed ODOMETER
Level 65: A proof of purchase often used for returns SOLIDSTATE
Level 65: Portable light source before flashlights LANTERN
Level 65: An artist’s greatest work SLAUGHTER
Level 65: This might be filled with junk MAILBOX
Level 65: An artist’s greatest work MAGNUMOPUS
Level 65: Expression; an attack made on an unprepared opponent PHOTOSHOP
Level 65: Los Del Rio hit which caused a 90s dance craze XYLOPHONE
Level 65: Los Del Rio hit which caused a 90s dance craze MACARENA
Level 65: What Marvel superhero is this? IRONMAN
Level 65: Phrase; something that indicates things might turn around or improve ODDJOB
Level 65: Portable light source before flashlights TOPSECRET
Level 65: Small and common pet often found running on a wheel ALPHABET
Level 65: Small and common pet often found running on a wheel HAMSTER
Level 65: A cell’s core, where DNA is housed NUCLEUS
Level 65: The FBI stands for the Federal ______ of Investigation BUREAU
Level 65: The foot soldiers of an army COVERAGE
Level 65: Expression; an attack made on an unprepared opponent CHEAPSHOT
Level 65: This might be filled with junk IAMBIC
Level 65: Sailors who steal from other vessels; also, people who illegally PIRATE
Level 65: “Trash” is the ______ of the following sentence: “Ann carried out OBJECT
Level 65: Larval form of a frog TADPOLE
Level 65: Spiritual leaders and teachers in Judaism RABBIS
Level 65: The male parent of a child FATHER
Level 66: A wheeled stretcher used to transport patients JANEGOODALL
Level 66: Final chance to buy drinks at a bar WEBBEDFEET
Level 66: In the ____; while something is happening HERCULES
Level 66: Peanut butter cups in an orange package OSTRICH
Level 66: Reporter for the Daily Planet, and Superman’s love interest IMALLEARS
Level 66: Some animals do this to save energy during the winter HIBERNATE
Level 66: To be or not to be, that is the question HAMLET
Level 66: You enter via this, and exit via the exit LAUGHTER
Level 66: To surgically remove a limb or other body part AMPUTATE
Level 66: A place to buy souvenirs at a theme park or museum GIFTSHOP
Level 66: E.g. Thousand Island, Caesar, vinaigrette DRESSING
Level 66: “Birds of a _______ flock together” FEATHER
Level 67: ____ ____ and carry on SCHULZ
Level 67: Animals with 6 legs and 2 antennae HAMMER
Level 67: Animals with 6 legs and 2 antennae INSECTS
Level 67: ____ ____ and carry on KEEPCALM
Level 67: Decorative Christmas ring of leaves often found on a door HAMFISTED
Level 67: Movie actor in Tropic Thunder, Zoolander, and more MOHAWK
Level 67: Sea _____; a spiky sea critter URCHIN
Level 67: Decorative Christmas ring of leaves often found on a door WREATH
Level 67: In US politics, a member of the upper chamber of Congress SENATOR
Level 67: Sea _____; a spiky sea critter TAMAGOTCHI
Level 67: Sherlock Holmes’s method for solving seemingly impossible mysteries LOWBALL
Level 67: To perform very well; also spreadsheet software EXCEL
Level 67: Movie actor in Tropic Thunder, Zoolander, and more BENSTILLER
Level 67: To perform very well; also spreadsheet software BRAINSTORM
Level 67: What literary form does this represent? NOBRAINER
Level 67: What style of restaurant is this? FASTFOOD
Level 67: Sherlock Holmes’s method for solving seemingly impossible mysteries DEDUCTION
Level 67: What is this type of review? WRITEUP
Level 67: What style of restaurant is this? BANANASLUG
Level 67: What literary form does this represent? PROSE
Level 67: Wide-brimmed headgear that provides portable shade SUNHAT
Level 67: Second lowest rating for a hotel TWOSTAR
Level 67: Weather commonly seen in places with colder winters SNOWING
Level 67: Famous British car show; formerly presented by Jeremy Clarkson TOPGEAR
Level 68: A symbol of a snake eating its own tail, signifying infinity WINTER
Level 68: Cleaned between teeth with a string GOGGLES
Level 68: Expression; slow, steady progress BABYSTEPS
Level 68: Expression; take a ___ ___, to defer accepting an offer COMICBOOK
Level 68: Lookout post at the top of a mast on a ship QUEENBEE
Level 68: One half of login information alongside a password HASHTAG
Level 68: The number above the line in a fraction EVACUATE
Level 68: A witch may use one of these to fly BROOMSTICK
Level 68: Lead singer of Black Sabbath OZZYOSBOURNE
Level 68: What is this illusionary act? MAGICTRICK
Level 68: An __________ speech is given by someone receiving an award ACCEPTANCE
Level 68: Freddy Krueger causes these at night NIGHTMARES
Level 68: To speed up a recording, usually to skip the commercials FASTFORWARD
Level 68: “The Mission: Impossible” and “Die Hard” are two series of ______ ACTIONMOVIES
Level 68: A scientific procedure for testing or proving an idea EXPERIMENT
Level 68: What kind of spiky rodent is this? PORCUPINE
Level 69: A fortified room in a home that provides protection from sudden danger SLAUGHTER
Level 69: A grade schooler’s shoebox art display GOVERNOR
Level 69: Al ______, the lead in Scarface JUMPINGJACKS
Level 69: Breath-freshening candies, The Freshmaker WALLET
Level 69: Equivalent to 3 teaspoons, or 1x2f16 of a cup YMCA
Level 69: To leave the work force and start to get pension RETIRE
Level 69: Expression; what is deserved XYLOPHONE
Level 69: Let go; unleash; free from confinement SCHOOLBUS
Level 69: Master of ceremonies for a circus, introduces all the acts MACARONI
Level 69: Rubbing a fist on one’s head FORTYTHIEVES
Level 69: Thomas Alva ______, credited with inventing the lightbulb EDISON
Level 69: Chicken, gold, and wisdom can be found in this form NUGGET
Level 69: Cutting these vegetables can leave you in tears ONIONS
Level 69: An interior space where a car can be parked GARAGE
Level 70: A giant ape who climbed the Empire State Building BLURAY
Level 70: Baseball team that has won the most World Series Championships MACINTOSH
Level 70: Expression; a period of time characterized by a lack of activity HYENA
Level 70: Leafy green meal with the same name as a famous Roman emperor CAESARSALAD
Level 70: Leafy green meal with the same name as a famous Roman emperor CAESARSALAD
Level 70: A secret _______ might send flowers on Valentine’s Day ADMIRER
Level 70: Light that is beyond the visible spectrum, used for sterilization ODDJOB
Level 70: Served with ice; bartending term THEDEEPEND
Level 70: Expression; a period of time characterized by a lack of activity DRYSPELL
Level 70: Shiny paste-on symbol of achievement for children ANTIQUES
Level 70: Served with ice; bartending term ONTHEROCKS
Level 70: Signature saying; Live long and prosper, for Spock MISSINGYOU
Level 70: Advance notification of danger WARNING
Level 70: A giant ape who climbed the Empire State Building KINGKONG
Level 70: Socializing to make professional connections ALPHABET
Level 70: Light that is beyond the visible spectrum, used for sterilization ULTRAVIOLET
Level 70: Texan, Cajun, and Creole, for English COVERAGE
Level 70: The science of sound ODOMETER
Level 70: The science of sound ACOUSTICS
Level 70: What expression does this represent? CABINFEVER
Level 70: Who is this chilly champion? WINTER
Level 70: Small colored glass bead used as a toy; type of stone often used MARBLE
Level 70: Something that belongs to an individual and not the public PRIVATE
Level 70: The power to direct a person’s actions CONTROL
Level 70: Size between small and large MEDIUM
Level 70: To pay someone to work for you; hire EMPLOY
Level 71: A coffee made with espresso and steamed milk DRIBBLING
Level 71: A college student’s chosen focus for study BACKSPACE
Level 71: First aid item to cover a cut TOPSECRET
Level 71: Looking back; it’s 20x2f20 LEOTARD
Level 71: Figure _____, an Olympic sport that’s like gymnastics on ice SKATING
Level 71: Summary of key points; beginnings of a sketch LLAMA
Level 71: The reptilian spokesperson for Geico HALITOSIS
Level 71: Watercraft that lets users zip around the water PESSIMIST
Level 71: What biology term does this represent? HAIRLINE
Level 71: Hermione ______, one of Harry Potter’s best friends GRANGER
Level 71: Money paid back for a returned product REFUND
Level 71: What is this place for trash? LANDFILL
Level 71: Chinese director of stylish action movies like “Hard Boiled” and JOHNWOO
Level 71: Natural home or environment of an animal HABITAT
Level 72: A _______ of a thousand miles begins with a single step – Lao Zi JOURNEY
Level 72: A note that takes up an entire measure in 4x2f4 time THOUSAND
Level 72: A person who likes to walk trails through nature OPPOSABLE
Level 72: Expression; move without going anywhere ASLAN
Level 72: Jack Russell, Boston, Bull, Scottish, are all types of this SAIGON
Level 72: Legendary bird that is reborn from the ashes BUMPERCARS
Level 72: Midnight rider who warned that the British are coming! DURIAN
Level 72: Royal home fit for a king and queen PALACE
Level 72: Describes twins that look exactly the same IDENTICAL
Level 72: Recurring headaches, usually on one side of the head and accompanied MIGRAINES
Level 72: What brand of soft drink is this? DRPEPPER
Level 72: Professional who helps people deal with emotional problems by talking THERAPIST
Level 72: One of the houses in Hogwarts with a bird as its logo RAVENCLAW
Level 72: Fairy tale villain who huffs and puffs BIGBADWOLF
Level 72: Phrase; a group of experts THINKTANK
Level 72: This gets passed around on karaoke night MICROPHONE
Level 72: Obsolete data storage; the “save” icon is modeled after this FLOPPYDISK
Level 72: A great joke can leave you __ _______ INSTITCHES
Level 73: A movie theater brand featuring a particularly large screen ENDLESS
Level 73: An animal that subsists on both meat and plants FACSIMILE
Level 73: Black Gold, a liquid found underground with a variety of uses CAPTAINHOOK
Level 73: His porridge, chair, and bed were just right for Goldilocks COCKTAIL
Level 73: Shakespearean female lead, opposite to Romeo JULIET
Level 73: The sea witch in The Little Mermaid who offered Ariel a trade ORGANIST
Level 73: Unattractive or unappealing EEYORE
Level 73: What animal has this type of pattern? SCYTHE
Level 73: What kind of backpack is this? QUESADILLA
Level 73: The capital of Russia; where St. Basil’s Cathedral is located MOSCOW
Level 73: What kind of playground equipment is this? SEESAW
Level 73: A container for your screwdriver, hammer, pliers, etc. TOOLBOX
Level 73: Place to store clothes at home CLOSET
Level 73: University in Massachusetts with the most US presidents as alumni HARVARD
Level 73: u201CIt’s always _______ before the dawn”, a reminder to stay positive DARKEST
Level 74: A sandy bathroom for cats and other types of pets BOOMBOX
Level 74: A sustained period of little to no rain, causing water shortage ORANGUTAN
Level 74: A theorem used to find the length of a side of a right triangle TABOO
Level 74: Internet connection that can be used in many public places AARDVARK
Level 74: Regular guy, everyman, nobody special AVERAGEJOE
Level 74: What is this type of food? SKEWERS
Level 74: Supersonic commercial airliner, now discontinued BELLYDANCE
Level 74: Tip of a projectile weapon; brand of bottled water READYSETGO
Level 74: Used to reduce pain or put a patient to sleep for an operation ANESTHETIC
Level 74: Bottle of liquid with magical effects POTION
Level 74: What word does this represent? NOMAD
Level 74: Professional who mends and makes clothes TAILOR
Level 74: Household objects used to sweep floors BROOMS
Level 74: Of or from the USA’s southern neighbor MEXICAN
Level 74: Expression; to have a short break TAKEFIVE
Level 74: Professional who practices law; a lawyer ATTORNEY
Level 74: 2006 crime film u201CThe ______” is Scorsese’s reimagining of the Hong DEPARTED
Level 75: _______ Churchill, the UK’s prime minister during WWII JETPACK
Level 75: ________ Island, a tale about pirates and buried gold IMITATION
Level 75: An interior space where a car can be parked CELERY
Level 75: Bony chest protector HEADACHE
Level 75: Expression; wealthy ALECGUINNESS
Level 75: Flagship products of Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Leica, etc. CAMERA
Level 75: Month of Halloween, was once the 8th month PIGLATIN
Level 75: What expression does this represent? DIMEADOZEN
Level 75: What kind of spiky rodent is this? PORCUPINE
Level 75: _____ 13, an ill-fated space expedition that, through heroic efforts, APOLLO
Level 75: Examples include Harry Potter, Merlin, and Gandalf WIZARD
Level 75: What is this adventurous action? EMBARK
Level 75: Sudden and unexpected ABRUPT
Level 75: Similar to Friday the 13th, in Spain, Tuesday the 13th is said to BADLUCK
Level 75: Something incredible which cannot be easily explained, often seen MIRACLE

Level 76: 1993 film by Steven Spielberg that brought dinosaurs to life FANTASIA
Level 76: A person who is very enthusiastic about taking photos MSPACMAN
Level 76: A word meaning contemplating COOLRANCH
Level 76: Domesticated stone; extremely low-maintenance companion LAVALAMP
Level 76: Often yellow cars that’ll take you places for a fare INFERNO
Level 76: This actor stars in “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and “Men in Black” WILLSMITH
Level 76: What is this tool? UMPIRE
Level 76: Wonderland denizen who has a tendency to vanish, leaving only a smile MICDROP
Level 76: Glass-half-full type of person OPTIMIST
Level 76: What elastic office supply item is this? RUBBERBAND
Level 76: Being a necessary part of something ESSENTIAL
Level 76: What is this Jackie Chanx2fChris Tucker movie? RUSHHOUR
Level 76: Western Canadian city in the province of British Columbia VANCOUVER
Level 76: Garment worn on the beach or to swim in BATHINGSUIT
Level 76: “The __________ of Tom Sawyer”, a novel by Mark Twain ADVENTURES
Level 76: What is this item for outdoors use? CLOTHESLINE
Level 76: ______ Stallone, the actor who portrayed Rambo and Rocky SYLVESTER
Level 76: An _________ park is a place with attractions like roller coasters AMUSEMENT
Level 77: A hole in the door for mail NEWENGLAND
Level 77: Beachside money, actually a type of very flat sea urchin LEPRECHAUN
Level 77: Constellation that looks like a small pot EASEL
Level 77: Harry Potter’s red haired friend ALLOWANCE
Level 77: Movement from one place to another either temporarily or permanently HARPOON
Level 77: “The Star-Spangled Banner” is the national ______ of the USA. ANTHEM
Level 77: Numbers below zero HANGINTHERE
Level 77: The nearest major galaxy to the Milky Way GETAWAYCAR
Level 77: These might fall from your eyes THIRTEENTH
Level 77: A person who determines gambling odds and accepts bets BOOKIE
Level 77: Popular app that helps people rent out their rooms and properties AIRBNB
Level 77: A bunny’s favorite musical genre HIPHOP
Level 77: What is this word for joining the army? ENLIST
Level 77: Type of insect which includes weevils, scarabs, and ladybugs BEETLE
Level 78: 1960s phenomenon with hits such as Hey Jude and Yellow Submarine EPIPEN
Level 78: A stiletto or dirk is a type of this ELDORADO
Level 78: A type of large extinct cat known for its two long fangs SABERTOOTH
Level 78: A type of large extinct cat known for its two long fangs SABERTOOTH
Level 78: An organism that leeches off a host ROBIN
Level 78: Handheld protection from the rain UMBRELLA
Level 78: Synonymous with beginner or amateur NOVICE
Level 78: These black hunks of carbon will help get a BBQ going PETERPIPER
Level 78: 1960s phenomenon with hits such as Hey Jude and Yellow Submarine THEBEATLES
Level 78: What US city is this in? DIEHARD
Level 78: In English, a form of a noun that shows there are more than one PLURAL
Level 78: What word does this represent? CLOTHESLINE
Level 78: You sunk my ______, a strategic guessing game GYMNAST
Level 78: What is this part of a circle? DIAMETER
Level 78: 2013 Disney movie about Anna’s journey to connect with her sister FROZEN
Level 78: A ______ parent is a person who cares for a child who is not legally FOSTER
Level 78: What is being measured here? DEPTH
Level 78: Ocean east of Africa INDIAN
Level 78: ______ pigs are actually rodents and not pigs; often used in experiments GUINEA
Level 79: ______ Scissorhands, machine-turned-man played by Johnny Depp CONFESSION
Level 79: Affectionate slang term referring to Canadians CABOOSE
Level 79: From the country bordering the US on the South MEXICAN
Level 79: Another name for Mars STOMATA
Level 79: From the country bordering the US on the South AVALANCHE
Level 79: _______ One is the most famous auto race in the world FORMULA
Level 79: Robot with a human form; literally means man-like BABYSITTER
Level 79: To get off, e.g. from an airplane DISEMBARK
Level 79: Second to last member of ROYGBIV FUELGAUGE
Level 79: Small baked treat; like a muffin, but with icing CUPCAKE
Level 79: Small baked treat; like a muffin, but with icing SNOWGLOBE
Level 79: What is this Irish symbol called? SHAMROCK
Level 79: Affectionate slang term referring to Canadians CANUCKS
Level 79: To get off, e.g. from an airplane DISEMBARK
Level 79: What is this Irish symbol called? ACAPPELLA
Level 79: What type of skating is this? FIGURE
Level 79: When proposing, you might get down into this position UKULELE
Level 79: When you gaze long into the _____, it gazes back into you MAYONNAISE
Level 79: Zero on this temperature scale is known as absolute zero KELVIN
Level 79: Second to last member of ROYGBIV INDIGO
Level 79: Zero on this temperature scale is known as absolute zero MARIACHI
Level 79: Hold down this keyboard button to type capital letters SHIFTKEY
Level 79: “_______: Welcome to the Jungle” is a 2017 sequel to the Robin Williams-starring JUMANJI
Level 79: Truth is often stranger than this FICTION
Level 79: Mattress with larger dimensions than a Queen KINGSIZE
Level 79: A large purple vegetable; aubergine EGGPLANT
Level 79: Recreational structure that sprays water FOUNTAIN
Level 80: A kind of wheel that might be found at a fairground NIKOLA
Level 80: A particularly French kind of boredom and world-weariness RICKMAN
Level 80: Traditional Venetian canal transport GONDOLA
Level 80: Fish with uniquely pinkx2forange flesh, popular as food NECKANDNECK
Level 80: Going down this street might be nostalgic TEMPURA
Level 80: Jam-like spread made from orange peel; Paddington Bear’s favorite TAXIDERMIST
Level 80: Shops with freshly made bread BAKERIES
Level 80: Pumbaa’s best friend LEBOWSKI
Level 80: What Bond film is this referring to? SKYFALL
Level 80: The study of insects DIVORCE
Level 80: A kind of wheel that might be found at a fairground FERRIS
Level 80: They make up the nuclei of atoms, together with protons ELEMENTARY
Level 80: A particularly French kind of boredom and world-weariness ENNUI
Level 80: If you’re “on _____ ____”, it means you are extremely happy CLOUDNINE
Level 80: Traditional Venetian canal transport ANTLERS
Level 80: Fish with uniquely pinkx2forange flesh, popular as food SALMON
Level 80: What Bond film is this referring to? SKYFALL
Level 80: The sincerest form of flattery IMITATION
Level 80: What’s missing in the second image? LAMPSHADE
Level 80: The daughter of a king and a queen PRINCESS
Level 80: What is this spice? CINNAMON
Level 80: A 1997 comedy starring Jim Carrey as a lawyer cursed to tell the LIARLIAR
Level 80: ________ Zeta-Jones is a Welsh actress who starred in “Ocean’s Twelve CATHERINE
Level 80: The first working copy of an invention PROTOTYPE
Level 80: Besides cooking, this powder is also used in toothpaste and for cleaning BAKINGSODA
Level 80: One of these is ten millimeters long CENTIMETER
Level 81: Capital of Taiwan TAIPEI
Level 81: Grumpy avian stars of a popular mobile game ROADRAGE
Level 81: Lose Yourself rapper SHRINK
Level 81: Shakespeare’s Scottish play EDISON
Level 81: Sibling’s daughter APPLEPIE
Level 81: The Chrysler _________ is one of New York’s most recognizable landmarks BUILDING
Level 81: What word does this represent? DIVEBOMB
Level 81: Your spouse’s family CITRUS
Level 81: Storage compartment found on the passenger side of a car’s dashboard GLOVEBOX
Level 81: What is this creamy dip? COOLWHIP
Level 81: A rite of _______ is a ritual marking an important stage in one’s PASSAGE
Level 81: Zombies are these, but surprisingly spry CORPSES
Level 81: Main division of a book, typically with a number or title CHAPTER
Level 82: A general feeling of discomfort and illness NOTASIDO
Level 82: Al _______; notorious gangster ACCORDION
Level 82: Angelic riders in service to Odin, and harbingers of war RATTLESNAKE
Level 82: Legendary guitarist, ironically nicknamed Slowhand ERICCLAPTON
Level 82: Colorful inflatable sphere for sandy coast play ABRACADABRA
Level 82: Al _______; notorious gangster CAPONE
Level 82: Distinctively Jamaican music genre FORCEPS
Level 82: Drawn or animated art in a simple or exaggerated style CARTOON
Level 82: Helium, argon, xenon, and neon are all this type of element FIGHTCLUB
Level 82: Slightly annoyed, irritated MIFFED
Level 82: Helium, argon, xenon, and neon are all this type of element NOBLEGAS
Level 82: If you are rich, money is __ ____ EYEBROWS
Level 82: Legendary guitarist, ironically nicknamed Slowhand INFRARED
Level 82: Window covering that can be drawn and closed CURTAIN
Level 82: Worn by skiers and bank robbers BALACLAVA
Level 82: If you are rich, money is __ ____ NOOBJECT
Level 82: Sing around it, cook marshmallows over it HARMONICA
Level 82: Angelic riders in service to Odin, and harbingers of war VALKYRIES
Level 82: Slightly annoyed, irritated TURDUCKEN
Level 82: Track and field event involving throwing heavy iron balls DRESSCODE
Level 82: Artist that works with a brush and canvas PAINTER
Level 82: Track and field event involving throwing heavy iron balls SHOTPUT
Level 82: What word does this represent? SANDBAG
Level 82: A general feeling of discomfort and illness MALAISE
Level 82: Worn by skiers and bank robbers GODMOTHER
Level 82: Word for a large snake; a sea _______ is a mythical beast of the SERPENT
Level 82: What type of unhealthy snack is this? JUNKFOOD
Level 82: Produce grown using sustainable methods ORGANIC
Level 82: Thanksgiving is an American national _______ HOLIDAY
Level 82: What famous US book is this animal hunted in? MOBYDICK
Level 83: A somewhat vestigial organ; might be found at the back of a book ULYSSES
Level 83: Average length of a sitcom ICEHOCKEY
Level 83: Pale, immortal bloodsucker; sometimes sparkly MARSUPIAL
Level 83: Schooner, dinghy, and sloop, for example COFFEERUN
Level 83: Court verdict that says the defendant committed the crime GUILTY
Level 83: Swiss city, birthplace of some very important Conventions INNOCENT
Level 83: The entrance to Wonderland TANDEM
Level 83: X marks the spot TREASUREMAP
Level 83: Food that conforms to Jewish dietary regulations KOSHER
Level 83: ______ Hills, a city in Los Angeles where movie stars live BEVERLY
Level 83: What Southeast Asian country does this flag belong to? THAILAND
Level 83: Personal cleanliness HYGIENE
Level 83: Mythical creature that is half eagle and half lion GRIFFIN
Level 84: A month of fasting, for Muslims PLANKTON
Level 84: Another name for the Celsius scale LEAVE
Level 84: Hydrogen _____ might be a part of your first aid kit NONAGON
Level 84: Hydrogen _____ might be a part of your first aid kit PEROXIDE
Level 84: In NA, the main dish of the meal may be called this ENTREE
Level 84: Natural water feature between Ontario and New York state HAVEACOW
Level 84: Polar region without polar bears SAURON
Level 84: A month of fasting, for Muslims RAMADAN
Level 84: Put your letter inside to mail it EAVESDROP
Level 84: Somewhat macabre word guessing game CUTLERY
Level 84: A person who likes to walk trails through nature HIKER
Level 84: Polar region without polar bears ANTARCTIC
Level 84: Spatially, there are three of these GROOM
Level 84: The Latin name for your species ERASER
Level 84: What is this mythical creature called? SATYR
Level 84: They finish last, apparently ACETONE
Level 84: Two people secretly working together are in this CAHOOTS
Level 84: Tiny jumping parasite; can infest the fur of dogs and cats NEAPOLITAN
Level 84: Tiny jumping parasite; can infest the fur of dogs and cats FLEA
Level 84: “______ dipping” is the term for nude swimming SKINNY
Level 84: Somewhat macabre word guessing game HANGMAN
Level 84: Two people secretly working together are in this RELOADED
Level 84: What is this mythical creature called? CHIMERA
Level 84: They finish last, apparently NICEGUYS
Level 84: What region of the US is this? MIDWEST
Level 84: What type of long-distance friend is this? TARANTULA
Level 84: You can catch people speeding with this RADARGUN
Level 84: What kind of company does this represent? AIRLINE
Level 84: You can catch people speeding with this GORILLAZ
Level 84: What speedy African feline has this pattern? CHEETAH
Level 84: A measure of how tall something is HEIGHT
Level 84: Expression; “__ ____ as a cucumber” means able to stay calm under ASCOOL
Level 84: To ambitiously seek a goal ASPIRE
Level 84: Snakes use these sharp teeth to inject venom FANGS
Level 84: A standing grapple; not allowed to be held for too long in boxing CLINCH
Level 84: A perfume marketed at men; originated in a German city of the same COLOGNE
Level 84: Organizations of workers designed to protect and further their rights UNIONS
Level 85: 1972 crime drama made by Francis Coppola MATINEE
Level 85: Beauty treatment for one’s nails NOHARM
Level 85: Expression of regret for doing someone wrong MTRUSHMORE
Level 85: Expression; to study hard EARLGREY
Level 85: Instrumental in percussion; also a tasty chicken limb EVOLUTION
Level 85: “Madness? This is ______!”; the land of King Leonidas from the movie SPARTA
Level 85: Solid form of carbon dioxide FLASHCARDS
Level 85: Something you might treat yourself to once in awhile MANUAL
Level 85: Symbols that can be sent in text messages to convey emotion ACEVENTURA
Level 85: This season marks the end of hibernation SPRING
Level 85: What is this exercise equipment? DUMBBELL
Level 85: Horses have these on the ends of their feet HOOVES
Level 85: Dusty and abandoned spider home COBWEB
Level 85: What is this type of equipment? SAFETY
Level 85: A shower for your vehicle CARWASH
Level 86: A professional who argues cases in court CAROLINAS
Level 86: Air taken into your lungs and then exhaled EASTASIA
Level 86: Home furnishing that stores convenient handheld knowledge ELONMUSK
Level 86: Something you might say to someone blocking your view DOWNINFRONT
Level 86: Something you shouldn’t do to a wound, but can for french fries NORSEGODS
Level 86: The NHL team of this Michigan city is the Red Wings DETROIT
Level 86: The order in which a series of events happened CAMEO
Level 86: What American stand-up comedian is this? CARROTTOP
Level 86: A dizzy feeling; name of a Hitchcock movie VERTIGO
Level 86: What is this type of diagram? BARGRAPH
Level 86: The state of being grossly overweight OBESITY
Level 86: What region of the US is this? MIDWEST
Level 86: Ocean which can be seen off the west coast of the US PACIFIC
Level 87: A building that contains several rentable living spaces CARBONATION
Level 87: A place that has witnessed many departures and arrivals SAGITTARIUS
Level 87: A price put on someone’s head; dead or alive REDHERRING
Level 87: Leafy green vegetable often used in salads SAINTPATRICK
Level 87: A _____ peek is an advanced viewing of something before it goes public SNEAK
Level 87: This company action increases unemployment NONETAKEN
Level 87: US variant of a globally popular card game known as Twenty-One BLACKJACK
Level 87: What type of mythical creature is this? ENDANGERED
Level 87: What is the word for disarming this? DEFUSE
Level 87: As income increases, people buy more ______ goods as compared to LUXURY
Level 87: Salty luxury spread made from fish eggs CAVIAR
Level 87: The writer of a book or other written work is credited as this AUTHOR
Level 87: Military haircut, named for the sound of the electric clipper used BUZZCUT
Level 87: Ammunition for firearms BULLETS
Level 88: 1998 Pixar film about a rag tag group of insects TIGHTROPE
Level 88: 1998 Pixar film about a rag tag group of insects ABUGSLIFE
Level 88: An avid reader; not an actual insect PISTACHIO
Level 88: An official order; by royal ______ LAKEONTARIO
Level 88: Popular sandwich consisting of a ground meat patty between two buns HAMBURGER
Level 88: An avid reader; not an actual insect BOOKWORM
Level 88: Beethoven, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky are famous for this type of music CLASSICAL
Level 88: Catch phrase of the Three _________ AMPHIBIOUS
Level 88: What is this nighttime pest? BEDBUG
Level 88: Describes something hard, yet easily broken TIMEMACHINE
Level 88: Signaling device typically placed near the door to a building DOORBELL
Level 88: Iconic products of Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Leica, etc. ROCKYROAD
Level 88: Iconic products of Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Leica, etc. CAMERA
Level 88: Beethoven, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky are famous for this type of music CLASSICAL
Level 88: Popular sandwich consisting of a ground meat patty between two buns INCISION
Level 88: Describes something hard, yet easily broken BRITTLE
Level 88: Einstein derived that MC^2 equals this ENERGY
Level 88: Signaling device typically placed near the door to a building NUGGET
Level 88: Type of malicious software that may harm your computer TANTRUM
Level 88: What phrase does this represent? GLINDA
Level 88: An official order; by royal ______ DECREE
Level 88: Wires covered in plastic or rubber that carry signals PEARLYGATES
Level 88: It is illegal to drink this and drive ALCOHOL
Level 88: To ______ one’s reputation is to ruin their good name TARNISH
Level 88: Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton studied this branch of science PHYSICS
Level 88: Ideally, you should feel this after a massage RELAXED
Level 88: Tactile writing able to be “read” by blind people BRAILLE
Level 88: What type of vintage car is this? HOTROD
Level 88: First of a set; opposite of latter FORMER
Level 88: 1978 musical starring John Travolta as Danny Zuko GREASE
Level 89: After-dinner candy to freshen up BREATHMINT
Level 89: Apartment with just one room for living and sleeping in NAPKIN
Level 89: Fasteners used to keep garments from blowing away in the wind CLOTHESPIN
Level 89: Fasteners used to keep garments from blowing away in the wind CENTIMETER
Level 89: The type of calendar currently in use in the Western world GREGORIAN
Level 89: Greek king condemned to push a rock up a hill for all eternity SISYPHUS
Level 89: Greek king condemned to push a rock up a hill for all eternity SISYPHUS
Level 89: Jewish festival which lasts for 8 days and nights REINDEER
Level 89: What is missing from the second image? BIRDS
Level 89: What is this place you fill medicine prescriptions at? P******Y
Level 89: Red labeled soda that’s a favorite of Santa and polar bears alike HOTDOGS
Level 89: Apartment with just one room for living and sleeping in STUDIO
Level 89: Something that isn’t feasible in the real world is this IMPOSSIBLE
Level 89: Red labeled soda that’s a favorite of Santa and polar bears alike COCACOLA
Level 89: The type of calendar currently in use in the Western world EMPLOYEE
Level 89: Jewish festival which lasts for 8 days and nights HANUKKAH
Level 89: Shiny paste-on symbol of achievement for children GOLDSTAR
Level 89: What is missing from the second image? FURYROAD
Level 89: Something that isn’t feasible in the real world is this IMPOSSIBLE
Level 89: What peculiar phenomenon is this? EXCLUDE
Level 89: Giant ape who climbed the Empire State Building KINGKONG
Level 89: Bedtime song for children LULLABY
Level 89: Underwater plant used to wrap sushi rolls SEAWEED
Level 89: A crack or break, especially in bones FRACTURE
Level 89: In photography, the amount of light that reaches the film EXPOSURE
Level 90: A seer might use one of these to see your future MAIDMARIAN
Level 90: A series of pictures physically animated by quickly turning the pages NITPICKER
Level 90: Expensive part of a printer that seems to run out too quickly GNOMES
Level 90: Where military recruits go to train BOOTCAMP
Level 90: Expression; having one of this means one is pregnant BUNINTHEOVEN
Level 90: Expression; having one of this means one is pregnant BUNINTHEOVEN
Level 90: ______ blossoms, also known as sakura in Japan, are small, pink flowers CHERRY
Level 90: Expression; something that makes one realize they need to take action CALIPER
Level 90: Per legend, repeating her name to a mirror will have spooky results HANSOLO
Level 90: The entry point of a website HOMEPAGE
Level 90: A series of pictures physically animated by quickly turning the pages FLIPBOOK
Level 90: Prank that sends the victim searching for an imaginary creature NYLON
Level 90: The entry point of a website PANINI
Level 90: Small string instrument held in place under the chin VIOLIN
Level 90: The sequence of steps or moves used in a dance or other performance ABSTAIN
Level 90: What type of passage is this? EIGHTHNOTE
Level 90: Prank that sends the victim searching for an imaginary creature SNIPEHUNT
Level 90: Where military recruits go to train REINS
Level 90: What is this mythical creature? GIANT
Level 90: Child of your parent’s sibling COUSIN
Level 90: Occurring annually YEARLY
Level 90: What kind of flavoring is this? SPICY
Level 90: Travel ticket with no scheduled return trip ONEWAY
Level 90: ______ H.W. Bush was the 41st president of the US GEORGE
Level 91: A method used to make a decision, short one loses DRAWSTRAWS
Level 91: An audience will often burst into this after a great performance APPLAUSE
Level 91: A period of darkness caused by a power failure FLOPPYDISK
Level 91: A person who leads tours through museums or art galleries DOCENT
Level 91: An ancient tool used for calculations EXCALIBUR
Level 91: An ancient tool used for calculations ABACUS
Level 91: An audience will often burst into this after a great performance WALKINGONAIR
Level 91: Horse-riding gunslinger; a central figure in many Westerns COWBOY
Level 91: Blade affixed to the end of a firearm ORCHESTRA
Level 91: Decryption of this German communication device aided the Allies in HOMOPHONE
Level 91: Itchy childhood sickness IMPROMPTU
Level 91: A giant panda’s staple food BAMBOO
Level 91: Lightweight disk tossed between people or to dogs EARBUDS
Level 91: Where students congregate to eat CAFETERIA
Level 91: Decryption of this German communication device aided the Allies in ENIGMA
Level 91: Someone who leaves their trash on the street ONIONS
Level 91: A person who leads tours through museums or art galleries DOCENT
Level 91: What is this golfing term? INFAMOUS
Level 91: What type of event is this? NUCLEUS
Level 91: Where students congregate to eat RECEIPT
Level 91: Which Scandinavian country is this? NORWAY
Level 91: The study of records of humanity’s past HISTORY
Level 91: First name of the theoretical physicist Einstein ALBERT
Level 91: General feeling of tiredness and exhaustion FATIGUE
Level 92: A type of trip that you might need to submit expense reports for BUSINESS
Level 92: Death-defying leap with a cord around your legs MAGNUMOPUS
Level 92: Event where the latest in clothing styles are presented LANTERN
Level 92: Gun runners who sell weapons in bulk, often illicitly RAYOFHOPE
Level 92: A professional trained in reading and interpreting laws LAWYER
Level 92: Sports spectators sit in these BLEACHERS
Level 92: The ________, famously dirty joke that was the subject of a 2005 INFANTRY
Level 92: What is this celestial object? CHEAPSHOT
Level 92: _______ Churchill, the UK’s prime minister during WWII WINSTON
Level 92: In soccer, the only player who can use their hands GOALIE
Level 92: Speech intended to offend or belittle someone INSULT
Level 92: Liquid used in the shower to keep your hair clean and healthy SHAMPOO
Level 92: Wires covered in plastic or rubber that carry signals CABLES
Level 92: The tracks upon which trains run RAILWAY
Level 92: ______ Diaz, US actress who starred in “The Mask” and “Charlie’s CAMERON
Level 92: Hooked whaling implement HARPOON
Level 93: A device that keeps bird eggs in the right conditions to hatch LASTCALL
Level 93: A land beast of biblical proportions KEEPCALM
Level 93: A land beast of biblical proportions BEHEMOTH
Level 93: Alternative medicine procedure where one is poked with needles URCHIN
Level 93: What is this style of tournament? ROUNDROBIN
Level 93: Black cloaked personification of death EXCEL
Level 93: Brown confectionery made from heated sugar CARAMEL
Level 93: Brown confectionery made from heated sugar WREATH
Level 93: Rage _______ the Machine is a US metal band that sang “Sleep Now AGAINST
Level 93: Conventional rules for polite behavior GURNEY
Level 93: Device used to heat up meals MICROWAVE
Level 93: Insects that live underground for 17 years; has a distinctive sound MAILBOX
Level 93: Comfy fabric used to cover a sleeping person BLANKET
Level 93: Large ring that is spun around the hips for exercise PROSE
Level 93: Large ring that is spun around the hips for exercise HULAHOOP
Level 93: Conventional rules for polite behavior ETIQUETTE
Level 93: Purple, somewhat triangular, mascot for McDonalds ENTRANCE
Level 93: A device that keeps bird eggs in the right conditions to hatch INCUBATOR
Level 93: The _____ _____ Project, 1999 found-footage horror film LOISLANE
Level 93: To strike back in reaction to an attack; t*t for tat; to get revenge MEANTIME
Level 93: Decoration that sticks to fridges but not walls MAGNET
Level 93: What insect is this? BENSTILLER
Level 93: What is this style of tournament? ROUNDROBIN
Level 93: What is this word? HAMLET
Level 93: What is this word? DEDUCE
Level 93: Purple, somewhat triangular, mascot for McDonalds GRIMACE
Level 93: Words of praise or admiration DEDUCTION
Level 93: What is this measuring instrument called? CALIPER
Level 93: ____ entendres are phrases with a hidden second meaning DOUBLE
Level 93: Ancient Egyptians would _______ their pharaohs after they died MUMMIFY
Level 93: Iconic yellow avian from Sesame Street BIGBIRD
Level 94: ______ Monroe, US actress, singer, and model; Happy Birthday Mr. USERNAME
Level 94: A period where workers rush to meet deadlines OUROBOROS
Level 94: Essential part of a computer that executes instructions BABYSTEPS
Level 94: Holiday celebrated the day after Christmas in the UK and parts of NUMERATOR
Level 94: Actress and singer who was once the lead singer of Destiny’s Child BEYONCE
Level 94: People affected by this condition have trouble sleeping FLOSSED
Level 94: Phrase; water cooler conversation CROWSNEST
Level 94: The second-in-command on a vessel SUNHAT
Level 94: The sound a clock makes FASTFOOD
Level 94: “The Neighborhood of Make-_______” was a fictional kingdom on “Mr. BELIEVE
Level 94: What is this type of story? RAINCHECK
Level 94: What is this type of mirror? REARVIEW
Level 94: An event that is _______ will have food and drink provided CATERED
Level 94: Photosynthesis turns carbon _______ into oxygen DIOXIDE
Level 94: “The way to a man’s heart is through his _______” STOMACH
Level 94: The process of picking grapes and making wine VINTAGE
Level 94: The intermission in the middle of a sports game HALFTIME
Level 95: Elephants tusks are made of this material PACINO
Level 95: Lightweight silvery metal used in many items such as soda cans TABLESPOON
Level 95: Mechanical creations designed to fulfill complex directives RINGMASTER
Level 95: School of thought that argues for the pursuit of pleasure above all MENTOS
Level 95: Substances that can activate an immune response RELEASE
Level 95: What kind of birds are these? PARAKEETS
Level 95: The nut of oaks; a stereotypical food for squirrels PANICROOM
Level 95: The person who wrote a book or other written work is credited as NOOGIE
Level 95: What flying toy is this? DIORAMA
Level 95: These black hunks of carbon will help get a BBQ going CHARCOAL
Level 95: What is missing in the second image? JUSTDESSERTS
Level 95: An organism that leeches off a host PARASITE
Level 95: Cooking ______ include spatulas, kitchen tongs, cheese graters, etc. UTENSILS
Level 95: Someone who leaves their trash on the street LITTERBUG
Level 95: DST stands for ________ Saving Time DAYLIGHT
Level 95: “________ Rhapsody” is the most popular song from the band Queen BOHEMIAN
Level 96: Dusty and abandoned spider home GOLDSTAR
Level 96: Half organic, half machine DRYSPELL
Level 96: Invalid or faulty reasoning YANKEES
Level 96: It’s said to be bad luck if this animal crosses your path KINGKONG
Level 96: Little stars are known to do this to our wonderment ONTHEROCKS
Level 96: Tool for writing on blackboards or on the ground, often white CHALK
Level 96: Outlaws would use this to cover their face BANDANA
Level 96: This monument is found in this US state ULTRAVIOLET
Level 96: Knitwear worn around the neck to keep you warm in winter SCARF
Level 96: Waxy drawing implement for children CRAYON
Level 96: What red root vegetable is this? RADISH
Level 96: Black and while animal that fends off predators with a powerful smell SKUNK
Level 96: What is this moveable arrow? CURSOR
Level 96: A distinguished academic; one who dedicates their life to study SCHOLAR
Level 96: British sitcom starring an almost mute buffoon played by Rowan Atkinson MRBEAN
Level 97: Baby who has started to walk HINDSIGHT
Level 97: Execution device that removes one’s head from their shoulders BANDAID
Level 97: Execution device that removes one’s head from their shoulders GUILLOTINE
Level 97: Baby who has started to walk TODDLER
Level 97: Isaac _____, science fiction writer who made the 3 Laws of Robotics JOURNEY
Level 97: It’s not over until the ___ _____ sings CABINFEVER
Level 97: Purple birthstone for February AMETHYST
Level 97: As much as is required; sufficient ENOUGH
Level 97: Mechanical stairs that help people maneuver between mall floors GENEPOOL
Level 97: Medieval projectile weapon that fires bolts CROSSBOW
Level 97: Medieval projectile weapon that fires bolts GECKO
Level 97: Mechanical stairs that help people maneuver between mall floors ESCALATOR
Level 97: Often amusing failed attempts filming a scene NETWORKING
Level 97: Isaac _____, science fiction writer who made the 3 Laws of Robotics ASIMOV
Level 97: Purple birthstone for February OUTLINE
Level 97: Able to be eaten with no ill effects EDIBLE
Level 97: Returning a book late to the library might incur these LATEFEES
Level 97: Returning a book late to the library might incur these LATEFEES
Level 97: Often amusing failed attempts filming a scene OUTTAKES
Level 97: The ability to lead a group or organization MAJOR
Level 97: The boom that comes after lightning strikes LATTE
Level 97: What phrase does this represent? TOUGHLOVE
Level 97: Words to a song LYRICS
Level 97: First book of the Old Testament GENESIS
Level 97: It’s not over until the ___ _____ sings FATLADY
Level 97: What word does this represent? ADVICE
Level 97: When a company runs out of money, they may need to declare this DIALECTS
Level 97: The ability to lead a group or organization LEADERSHIP
Level 97: Words to a song ACOUSTICS
Level 97: Mix this sour liquid with oil to get a salad dressing VINEGAR
Level 97: Tony Hawk and Bucky Lasek are this type of athlete SKATERS
Level 97: Hotel worker who brings guests’ luggage to their rooms BELLHOP
Level 98: Iron Chef is this type of competition TERRIER
Level 98: Something put on a pet to keep away tiny pests PALACE
Level 98: South Korea’s national sport and martial art IMAX
Level 98: The ability to understand how others feel GOINCIRCLES
Level 98: Something you say when it’s time to leave GOODBYE
Level 98: To learn something by heart PHOENIX
Level 98: What sanctified liquid does this represent? PAULREVERE
Level 98: What theatrical term is this? HIKER
Level 98: When no more members of a species exist, it is said to be this OMNIVORE
Level 98: What are these tough nuts? WALNUTS
Level 98: Large Mexican tortilla wrap; Spanish for “little donkey” BURRITO
Level 98: James _____, US actor who played Tommy Wiseau in “The Disaster Artist” FRANCO
Level 98: Something damaged and in need of repair BROKEN
Level 98: Something you shouldn’t do to a wound, but can for french fries ADDSALT
Level 98: Type of malicious software that may harm your computer MALWARE
Level 98: A person who is not a member of the armed forces CIVILIAN
Level 99: A monarch does this to formally relinquish their authority ABDICATE
Level 99: Amusement where teams try to score hits using light emitting guns DROUGHT
Level 99: Footrace that is 26.2 miles long MARATHON
Level 99: Footrace that is 26.2 miles long URSULA
Level 99: Long-tailed crustacean which is a common sight at seafood restaurants LOBSTER
Level 99: Icy sculpture often adorned with a hat and carrot nose OIL
Level 99: What kind of performer is this? BREAKDANCER
Level 99: Culturally unacceptable practice, like gifting a clock in China TABOO
Level 99: Large species of shark popularized as a man-killer by the movie Jaws BABYBEAR
Level 99: Where logs are processed into usable shapes LUMBERMILL
Level 99: A monarch does this to formally relinquish their authority ABDICATE
Level 99: Long-tailed crustacean which is a common sight at seafood restaurants LOBSTER
Level 99: Under this trance-like state, a person is more open to suggestions; WIFI
Level 99: What kind of performer is this? ZEBRA
Level 99: Under this trance-like state, a person is more open to suggestions; HYPNOSIS
Level 99: What word does this represent? EYESORE
Level 99: When you close your eyes and ask for divine intervention PRAY
Level 99: Where logs are processed into usable shapes KNAPSACK
Level 99: This human organ has more connections than the Milky Way has stars BRAIN
Level 99: What structures are these animals going to build? DAMS
Level 99: What is this person missing? SKIS
Level 99: Chocolate-flavored coffee drink MOCHA
Level 99: Spongebob’s work place is the _____ Krab KRUSTY
Level 100: A digital version of a text which is read aloud for the listener OCTOBER
Level 100: A yearly celebration of an event such as a wedding or business opening ANNIVERSARY
Level 100: Annual festival for independent film makers held in Utah WINSTON
Level 100: Annual festival for independent film makers held in Utah SUNDANCE
Level 100: Another company targeting the same industry and audience as you is AVERAGEJOE
Level 100: Available in paper or plastic ARROWHEAD
Level 100: When there are too many callers, they might temporarily put you __ ONHOLD
Level 100: Your dentist may need to fix these if you don’t brush your teeth CAVITIES
Level 100: A yearly celebration of an event such as a wedding or business opening ANNIVERSARY
Level 100: Economic term for a scenario where one’s gain is equal to another’s MADEOFMONEY
Level 100: Expression; a way to start a conversation ANESTHETIC
Level 100: Expression; a weak point; derived from Greek mythology ACHILLESHEEL
Level 100: Expression; a weak point; derived from Greek mythology RIBCAGE
Level 100: Expression; doing something hastily AMILEAMINUTE
Level 100: Small, round and flat baked treat; may include other ingredients COOKIE
Level 100: Needed to get onto a plane CONCORDE
Level 100: Needed to get onto a plane BOARDINGPASS
Level 100: Your dentist may need to fix these if you don’t brush your teeth TREASURE
Level 100: An actor’s dialogue and directions are written in this SCRIPT
Level 100: Team sport played on ice; players try to hit a puck into the goal HOCKEY
Level 100: What type of nuts are these? ALMONDS
Level 100: Outdoor meals in a basket; watch out for antsuFF01 PICNICS
Level 100: The fabled reindeer with a special nose RUDOLPH
Level 100: What is this extinct animal? MAMMOTH
Level 100: Shelled sea creature sometimes found on the rim of a cocktail glass SHRIMP
Level 100: Cyclists move these with their feet to go forward PEDALS

Level 101: Can be measured in F, C, and K JURASSICPARK
Level 101: Name for beautification products COSMETICS
Level 101: Psychologists may ask you to tell them what you can see from these DIMEADOZEN
Level 101: The English alphabet has 21 of these THINKING
Level 101: Muscles between the knee and the foot CALVES
Level 101: What type of laboratory equipment is this? PETROCK
Level 101: What type of weapon is this? SHUTTERBUG
Level 101: When a disease spreads out of control PORCUPINE
Level 101: Marshall _______ is the real name of rapper Eminem MATHERS
Level 101: An elegant dance with pointed shoes BALLET
Level 101: Someone who draws or scribbles aimlessly DOODLER
Level 101: What is this piercing action? IMPALE
Level 101: Darkened or colored car windows are referred to as ______ TINTED
Level 101: Desert found in Africa; it is the third largest behind Antarctica SAHARA
Level 102: A feeling of wanting to return to where you grew up MIGRATION
Level 102: A great joke can leave you __ _______ SCREWDRIVER
Level 102: A restaurant’s listing of dishes aimed at children RONWEASLEY
Level 102: A working situation where one has no chance of moving upward LITTLEDIPPER
Level 102: 1995 buddy cop film starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence BADBOYS
Level 102: Expression; meaning someone is realistic DOWNTOEARTH
Level 102: Starting ____ _______ is to restart from the beginning CHESHIRECAT
Level 102: The pen is _______ than the sword LETTERBOX
Level 102: What kind of gardening structure are they building? NEGATIVE
Level 102: Collection of weapons and military equipment; soccer club in London ARSENAL
Level 102: The missing machine is a meat ______ GRINDER
Level 102: Fortified residence of royalty CASTLES
Level 102: A person who is implicated in a crime SUSPECT
Level 102: What kind of hairstyle of this? BRAIDS
Level 102: Kendrick Lamar, The Game, Ice Cube, and Dr. Dre came straight outta COMPTON
Level 102: Object made of fired clay CERAMIC
Level 103: A Christmas tradition is for lovers to kiss under this plant TEARDROPS
Level 103: Comic strip by Jim Davis about an pudgy orange cat GARFIELD
Level 103: Condition that affects the body’s ability to use insulin SABERTOOTH
Level 103: Obsolete technical drawings used by architects; named for their azure BLUEPRINT
Level 103: Condition that affects the body’s ability to use insulin DIABETES
Level 103: Equipment used to protect one’s head CHARCOAL
Level 103: Beauty and skincare products COSMETICS
Level 103: Large snake species found in South America; gives prey a deadly squeeze PARASITE
Level 103: Large snake species found in South America; gives prey a deadly squeeze ANACONDA
Level 103: M.C. ____ ; famous for this art style SANFRANCISCO
Level 103: Programming language used on the web JAVASCRIPT
Level 103: Obsolete technical drawings used by architects; named for their azure DAGGER
Level 103: M.C. ____ ; famous for this art style ESCHER
Level 103: Programming language used on the web UMBRELLA
Level 103: Comic strip by Jim Davis about an pudgy orange cat GARFIELD
Level 103: Weapon used by Jedi in Star Wars ANDROMEDA
Level 103: What is this good time for people who want a beer? HAPPYHOUR
Level 103: What phrase does this represent? INSIDEJOB
Level 103: Browser app used to prevent pop-ups from appearing ADBLOCKER
Level 103: Movie scene depicting events that occurred previously in the story FLASHBACK
Level 103: The process through which a representative is voted in ELECTION
Level 103: Fungus with a domed cap on top of a stalk MUSHROOM
Level 104: A loan taken out to purchase a home BATTLESHIP
Level 104: A way to use currency to decide yes or no CUPCAKE
Level 104: White, yellow, and orange-striped triangular candy; resemble kernels CANDYCORN
Level 104: During rush hour, commuters will often get stuck in this DISEMBARK
Level 104: Where the pilot controls an aircraft COCKPIT
Level 104: Holy ______; a fishy expression of surprise ABYSS
Level 104: Owner of a _____ _____, 1983 hit by British rock band Yes LONELYHEART
Level 104: A way to use currency to decide yes or no COINFLIP
Level 104: Lizard that can change its color to match its surroundings ONONEKNEE
Level 104: What is this industrial machine? FORKLIFT
Level 104: During rush hour, commuters will often get stuck in this TRAFFIC
Level 104: Owner of a _____ _____, 1983 hit by British rock band Yes INDIGO
Level 104: Sudden burst of energy after being exhausted EDWARD
Level 104: This place is very important to Superman REDPLANET
Level 104: Holy ______; a fishy expression of surprise MACKEREL
Level 104: The vampire from Transylvania DRACULA
Level 104: What is missing from the second picture? SHAMROCK
Level 104: Where both the Minotaur and David Bowie have been CANUCKS
Level 104: Where both the Minotaur and David Bowie have been LABYRINTH
Level 104: Where the pilot controls an aircraft ANDROID
Level 104: This place is very important to Superman DAILYPLANET
Level 104: White, yellow, and orange-striped triangular candy; resemble kernels MEXICAN
Level 104: Yellow cream filled snack that supposedly stays fresh forever TWINKIE
Level 104: A famous French confectionery BONBONS
Level 104: Radioactive element used as fuel in nuclear power plants URANIUM
Level 104: Home country of the famous Reggae musician, Bob Marley JAMAICA
Level 104: What is this casual style of dress? INFORMAL
Level 104: To write music COMPOSE
Level 104: A male sibling BROTHER
Level 104: A live performance by a musician CONCERT
Level 104: Large, finned river-dweller with feline whiskers CATFISH
Level 105: A natural disaster consisting of a large funnel of rapidly rotating ENTOMOLOGY
Level 105: Animals do this to save energy during the winter NEUTRONS
Level 105: Elongated mouth part that butterflies use to drink nectar MARMALADE
Level 105: Pedals used in a car to slow down or stop SALMON
Level 105: Safety feature installed in public spaces to protect against falls FERRIS
Level 105: Short writing or poem that may appear on a gravestone MEMORYLANE
Level 105: Something that is passed on genetically from parent to child is this ENNUI
Level 105: What is this animal? TIMON
Level 105: What is this medieval weapon? KELVIN
Level 105: Device used to heat up meals MICROWAVE
Level 105: One of the co-creators of “Dungeons & Dragons” GARYGYGAX
Level 105: Exclusive rights to reproduction given to a creator, symbolized by COPYRIGHT
Level 105: The trident-bearing Greek god of the seas POSEIDON
Level 105: What is this body part? ELBOW
Level 106: A reduction of an employee’s rank or job title NIECE
Level 106: A student who is highly favored by the educator ANGRYBIRDS
Level 106: A type of club used by law enforcement TAIPEI
Level 106: Can’t make one of these without breaking a few eggs OMELETTE
Level 106: Dr. Seuss’s Grinch hates this holiday CHRISTMAS
Level 106: Everyone wants a clean one of these GONDOLA
Level 106: Negatively charged particle SKYFALL
Level 106: Type of working schedule that gives some control over work hours FLEXTIME
Level 106: What phrase does this represent? DOUBLECROSS
Level 106: Studies show that consuming this sweet feels the same as being in CHOCOLATE
Level 106: “Don’t Talk to _______” is a 1982 song by Rick Springfield STRANGERS
Level 106: What is this way to quit a habit? COLDTURKEY
Level 106: Famous British spy who will always tell you his last name first JAMESBOND
Level 106: British singer of “Rocket Man” ELTONJOHN
Level 106: Artists often submit this along with their resume PORTFOLIO
Level 106: Study of the Earth’s physical features and its atmosphere GEOGRAPHY
Level 107: A baby’s personal ride NOOBJECT
Level 107: A conflict fought between combatants from the same country CAPONE
Level 107: Construction vehicle that pushes dirt or rubble out of the way BULLDOZER
Level 107: A baby’s personal ride STROLLER
Level 107: A short, stout, and hairy race in fantasy settings BALACLAVA
Level 107: A warrior whose only allegiance is money MIFFED
Level 107: What candy this represent? LEMONDROP
Level 107: Abrasive sheets used to smooth out wood SHOTPUT
Level 107: Saying something is a bunch of this meat means it’s nonsense BALONEY
Level 107: The ________ of Riddick, a sci-fi series starring Vin Diesel CHRONICLES
Level 107: Armor made up of many interlocking metal rings REGGAE
Level 107: A warrior whose only allegiance is money MERCENARY
Level 107: Abrasive sheets used to smooth out wood SANDPAPER
Level 107: Construction vehicle that pushes dirt or rubble out of the way NOBLEGAS
Level 107: Healthy green fruit with a giant seed; used to make guacamole AVOCADO
Level 107: A short, stout, and hairy race in fantasy settings DWARVES
Level 107: Name for Pyrite due to its resemblance to a valuable yellow substance INLAWS
Level 107: Using this for payment will draw money directly from your checking DEBITCARD
Level 107: Saying something is a bunch of this meat means it’s nonsense CAMPFIRE
Level 107: What aerial sport does this represent? SKYDIVING
Level 107: A conflict fought between combatants from the same country CIVILWAR
Level 107: The Hunchback of Notre Dame VALKYRIES
Level 107: The Hunchback of Notre Dame QUASIMODO
Level 107: Professional on a boat or ship responsible for knowing the craft’s NAVIGATOR
Level 107: The food or drink of the gods according to Greek mythology AMBROSIA
Level 107: What aerial sport does this represent? MALAISE
Level 107: Armor made up of many interlocking metal rings CHAINMAIL
Level 107: What candy this represent? ERICCLAPTON
Level 107: Lines going north and south across the globe LONGITUDE
Level 107: Real estate professionals who create properties from empty land DEVELOPERS
Level 107: A stroll through the outdoors with educational signs along the way NATUREWALK
Level 107: Something you might say to someone blocking your view DOWNINFRONT
Level 108: A professional who ejects unruly customers, esp. from a bar or club TREASUREMAP
Level 108: A professional who prepares and serves coffee PEROXIDE
Level 108: A round home for aquatic pets GENEVA
Level 108: A spirit in Irish mythology known for its piercing wails APPENDIX
Level 108: Johnny _____, US legend famous for spreading a particular fruit SAILBOAT
Level 108: Popeye’s source of strength SPINACH
Level 108: To burn a wound as a way to stop the bleeding CAUTERIZE
Level 108: Opiate which is commonly prescribed to control pain ENTREE
Level 108: A professional who prepares and serves coffee BARISTA
Level 108: Original Science Guy, now Science Communicator; wears an iconic VAMPIRE
Level 108: Opiate which is commonly prescribed to control pain MORPHINE
Level 108: Percussive intro to an announcement; ___ ___, please DRUMROLL
Level 108: Percussive intro to an announcement; ___ ___, please DRUMROLL
Level 108: The final part of a movie, usually HALFANHOUR
Level 108: The final part of a movie, usually CREDITS
Level 108: To burn a wound as a way to stop the bleeding RAMADAN
Level 108: Original Science Guy, now Science Communicator; wears an iconic BILLNYE
Level 108: What phrase does this represent? BEHINDBARS
Level 108: Johnny _____, US legend famous for spreading a particular fruit APPLESEED
Level 108: What word does this represent? ENCOMPASS
Level 108: What is this competition style? ONEONONE
Level 108: A type of muscular canine with a wrinkly face BULLDOG
Level 108: Your cat may hack up one of these HAIRBALL
Level 108: A patch on your head where there was once hair BALDSPOT
Level 108: These hairs on your face help prevent debris and dust from blocking EYELASHES
Level 108: One whose job is to protect a particular person BODYGUARD
Level 108: In a hereditary monarchy, the throne passes down the _________ BLOODLINE
Level 108: What is this exercise equipment? DUMBBELL
Level 108: A timetable of when events start and finish SCHEDULE
Level 108: Wintertime “weapon” that can be scooped off the ground SNOWBALL
Level 109: _____ Spears, US singer with major hits like …Baby One More Time CAHOOTS
Level 109: 1986 movie starring Christopher Lambert where there can only be GODFATHER
Level 109: Surprise attack by concealed attackers AMBUSH
Level 109: _____ Spears, US singer with major hits like …Baby One More Time BRITNEY
Level 109: A person walking on the street; has the right of way at marked crosswalks NICEGUYS
Level 109: A revolt on a ship PENPAL
Level 109: Underground fortification that defends against bombs and other attacks BUNKER
Level 109: A sheet of paper used to cast a vote DIMENSIONS
Level 109: What is this profession? AUCTIONEER
Level 109: A revolt on a ship MUTINY
Level 109: Browser app used to prevent pop-ups from appearing ANTARCTIC
Level 109: Fallacy where a person’s character is attacked instead of their argument SAPIENS
Level 109: Phrase; type of headquarters HOMEBASE
Level 109: 1986 movie starring Christopher Lambert where there can only be HIGHLANDER
Level 109: Future forecast based on astrological sign HANGMAN
Level 109: Hitting the center of the dartboard is called this ENVELOPE
Level 109: Places where teachers teach their students CLASSROOMS
Level 109: Product price reduction DISCOUNT
Level 109: Hitting the center of the dartboard is called this BULLSEYE
Level 109: Phrase; type of headquarters RADARGUN
Level 109: Product price reduction MANICURE
Level 109: A sheet of paper used to cast a vote BALLOT
Level 109: Surprise attack by concealed attackers AMBUSH
Level 109: A person who is skilled at blending cocktails and other drinks MIXOLOGIST
Level 109: Fallacy where a person’s character is attacked instead of their argument ADHOMINEM
Level 109: The nightmarish Freddy Krueger took his victims from this road MIDWEST
Level 109: Underground fortification that defends against bombs and other attacks SATYR
Level 109: 2013 sci-fi movie by Guillermo del Toro where giant robots fight PACIFICRIM
Level 109: What are these regular tenants of college dorms? FRUITFLIES
Level 109: “Every Breath You Take” was the biggest song from ___ ____ THEPOLICE
Level 110: A live performance by a musician BREATH
Level 110: A perfume marketed at men; originated in a German city of the same DRUMSTICK
Level 110: Heavy rectangular knives used by butchers LAWYER
Level 110: Imprisoned princess who lets down her hair APOLOGY
Level 110: Expression; meaning unchangeable SETINSTONE
Level 110: Natural or artificial substances that improve plant growth FERTILIZER
Level 110: Test of strength where two teams pull on opposing sides of a rope DRYICE
Level 110: Tiny blood cells that clump together to form blood clots PLATELETS
Level 110: What is this musical instrument? DUMBBELL
Level 110: The elected leader of a republic PRESIDENT
Level 110: What phrase does this represent? CIRCLEOFLIFE
Level 110: A period where workers rush to meet deadlines CRUNCHTIME
Level 110: What is this situation that causes delay in a process or system? BOTTLENECK
Level 110: Branch of biology dealing with the nervous system NEUROLOGY
Level 110: Black cloaked personification of death GRIMREAPER
Level 110: Atoms were once considered elementary _________ PARTICLES
Level 110: What is this mathematical operation? SQUAREROOT
Level 110: An opponent or enemy ADVERSARY
Level 111: A high-quality product and a cost to get such a product are called CHRONOLOGY
Level 111: Author of children’s books such as Green Eggs and Ham and Hop DRSEUSS
Level 111: Electric pokemon known the world over; a detective in the 2019 movie BOOKSHELF
Level 111: Metaphorically, behaviors that indicate a future problem REDFLAG
Level 111: Safety device in cars that inflate in the event of a crash CARROTTOP
Level 111: To insert periods, commas, and other marks into text PUNCTUATE
Level 111: The sound a turkey makes ADDSALT
Level 111: What phrase does this represent? COOLBEANS
Level 111: What word does this represent? EMBED
Level 111: When someone falls off a ship, the crew might yell “man _______!” OVERBOARD
Level 111: Something completely unexpected; a type of tricky baseball pitch CURVEBALL
Level 111: What US city is this located in? LOSANGELES
Level 111: Arabic dancing style featuring complex torso movements and exotic BELLYDANCE
Level 111: Dense jungles characterized by higher than usual precipitation RAINFOREST
Level 112: A garden of fruit-producing trees and plants CABLES
Level 112: A machine used to soak and clean clothes MUSKETEERS
Level 112: A machine used to soak and clean clothes WASHER
Level 112: Card suit that resembles a digging tool ABUGSLIFE
Level 112: Climate that is hot and wet; muggy BRITTLE
Level 112: Communal gathering where everyone brings a dish POTLUCK
Level 112: Closely compacted together; high concentration DENSE
Level 112: Communal gathering where everyone brings a dish POTLUCK
Level 112: Rubber boots worn over other shoes to keep them from getting dirty GALOSHES
Level 112: Kneading muscles to relieve tension CENTAUR
Level 112: Tool used with a hammer to make carvings from wood, stone, or metal CHISEL
Level 112: Losing this means that you’re not hungry anymore DOWNSIZING
Level 112: To interrupt someone while they are talking CUTOFF
Level 112: Popular brand of permanent markers made by Newell Brands BLACKJACK
Level 112: What animal is this? DOLPHIN
Level 112: A garden of fruit-producing trees and plants ORCHARD
Level 112: One might find a message inside this glass container on the beach BOTTLE
Level 112: Rubber boots worn over other shoes to keep them from getting dirty HAMBURGER
Level 112: Losing this means that you’re not hungry anymore APPETITE
Level 112: The study of religion CLASSICAL
Level 112: To interrupt someone while they are talking MALWARE
Level 112: Tool used with a hammer to make carvings from wood, stone, or metal DOORBELL
Level 112: Card suit that resembles a digging tool SPADES
Level 112: Manor for French nobility CHATEAU
Level 112: Underpants worn by babies LETTUCE
Level 112: What animal is this? DOLPHIN
Level 112: What instrument is this? BOOKWORM
Level 112: You definitely want to avoid this part of a bee STINGER
Level 112: The study of religion THEOLOGY
Level 112: You definitely want to avoid this part of a bee DECREE
Level 112: Word formed by rearranging the letters of a different word ANAGRAM
Level 112: A jungle predator and brand of car JAGUAR
Level 112: A tool used when hanging a painting HAMMER
Level 112: “The _____ is in the pudding”, meaning that best way to know something PROOF
Level 112: Being struck by Cupid’s _____ means you have fallen in love ARROW
Level 112: What is this literary form? POETRY
Level 112: A marksman with bow and arrow ARCHER
Level 112: Camels can have one or more of these on their back HUMPS
Level 112: Road Runner’s enemy, Wile E. ____ COYOTE
Level 113: ______ Flowers, the girl who Scott Pilgrim defeats 7 ex’s to court CLOTHESPIN
Level 113: Covering for a sword or other bladed weapon SHEATH
Level 113: Disney deer who endured great tragedy before reaching his happy ending STUDIO
Level 113: Harry ______, a legendary escape artist and illusionist GREGORIAN
Level 113: Jupiter has 79 of these including Io and Europa HANUKKAH
Level 113: Weekend hire to give parents some free time BABYSITTER
Level 113: Something against the law is this IMPOSSIBLE
Level 113: What word does this represent? GENIUS
Level 113: Yellow cream filled snacks that supposedly stay fresh forever BREATHMINT
Level 113: Colorful inflatable sphere for sandy coast play BEACHBALL
Level 113: Admission of one’s guilt CONFESSION
Level 113: What is this person at a wedding ceremony? RINGBEARER
Level 113: Jam-like spread made from orange peel; Paddington Bear’s favorite MARMALADE
Level 113: He picked a peck of pickled peppers PETERPIPER
Level 114: British sitcom starring an almost mute buffoon played by Rowan Atkinson WAKEUPCALL
Level 114: Fuel used to drive a car INKCARTRIDGE
Level 114: Mathematical operation that takes a number away from another number CRYSTALBALL
Level 114: Post-story text or scenes that explain what happens after the conclusion BLOODYMARY
Level 114: Symbol of a martial arts master BLACKBELT
Level 114: Who are these Biblical figures? ADAMANDEVE
Level 114: The most expensive property in Monopoly CROPCIRCLE
Level 114: US stock market index that tracks 30 companies BIRDS
Level 114: What food item does this represent? FLIPBOOK
Level 114: Comic actor who starred in “Tropic Thunder”, “Zoolander”, and more BENSTILLER
Level 114: Tip of a projectile weapon; brand of bottled water ARROWHEAD
Level 114: What character is missing from the second picture? SANTACLAUS
Level 114: What is this board game? BACKGAMMON
Level 114: Equivalent to 3 teaspoons, or 1x2f16 of a cup TABLESPOON
Level 114: A sandy bathroom for cats and other types of pets LITTERBOX
Level 114: “You sunk my ______”, a strategic guessing game BATTLESHIP
Level 114: Looking back; it’s 20x2f20 HINDSIGHT
Level 115: A particularly poisonous spider noted for the hourglass on its abdomen BAYONET
Level 115: A secretive operative tasked with killing a target SNIPEHUNT
Level 115: A thing out of place for the time period; ex: a computer with dinosaurs DRAWBRIDGE
Level 115: Headache that may happen after a long night of drinking HANGOVER
Level 115: Criminal who illegally sets fires CHICKENPOX
Level 115: Another name for the Celsius scale CENTIGRADE
Level 115: Expression; a little known competitor who unexpectedly does well BLACKOUT
Level 115: To transform from a liquid to a gas EVAPORATE
Level 115: A particularly poisonous spider noted for the hourglass on its abdomen BLACKWIDOW
Level 115: Headache that may happen after a long night of drinking DOCENT
Level 115: Place that processes hides into leather BOOTCAMP
Level 115: Where soliders bunk up BARRACKS
Level 115: Criminal who illegally sets fires ARSONIST
Level 115: Sci-fi vehicle used to abandon ship DRAWSTRAWS
Level 115: Something not done on purpose; when two vehicles collide HOMEPAGE
Level 115: What is this US college? DARTMOUTH
Level 115: To transform from a liquid to a gas APPLAUSE
Level 115: US writer of Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles CHOREOGRAPHY
Level 115: A thing out of place for the time period; ex: a computer with dinosaurs ANACHRONISM
Level 115: What technology does this represent? BLUETOOTH
Level 115: Per legend, repeating her name to a mirror will have spooky results BLOODYMARY
Level 115: Place that processes hides into leather TANNERY
Level 115: What word this represent? FRISBEE
Level 115: Sci-fi vehicle used to abandon ship ESCAPEPOD
Level 115: Where soliders bunk up ENIGMA
Level 115: The number above the line in a fraction NUMERATOR
Level 115: Meat can be soaked in this before cooking to impart flavor to it MARINADE
Level 115: Airport building where passengers check in TERMINAL
Level 116: ______ Prime, the leader of the Autobots in Transformers INCUBATOR
Level 116: A digital letter with an attachment sometimes BABYSHOWER
Level 116: Pyrotechnics used to signal for help FLARES
Level 116: After a coupon does this, you can no longer use it BUNGEEJUMP
Level 116: After a coupon does this, you can no longer use it EXPIRES
Level 116: Basin or pool filled with colorful spheres, usually for children BLEACHERS
Level 116: The friendliest cartoon ghost CASPER
Level 116: Electronic home appliance used to liquefy fruits and vegetables ARISTOCRATS
Level 116: Lightweight disk tossed between people or to dogs FRISBEE
Level 116: Basin or pool filled with colorful spheres, usually for children BALLPIT
Level 116: Gambling game where players buy numbered tickets for a chance to CAFETERIA
Level 116: In the US, this graduation cap part is moved from the right to the HOLEINONE
Level 116: Pyrotechnics used to signal for help BUSINESS
Level 116: In “Cinderella”, the fairy godmother transformed a pumpkin in this CARRIAGE
Level 116: Something used to lure in or distract from a different threat LITTERBUG
Level 116: The friendliest cartoon ghost FASHIONSHOW
Level 116: A digital letter with an attachment sometimes EMAIL
Level 116: What bird does this represent? BLUEJAY
Level 116: Gambling game where players buy numbered tickets for a chance to LOTTERY
Level 116: What word does this represent? HALFWAY
Level 116: Ash replaces one of his hands with this weapon in “Evil Dead” CHAINSAW
Level 116: Craft of making items out of clay POTTERY
Level 116: Clothes to cover up the body after taking a shower BATHROBE
Level 116: If you’re ________ with someone, you’ve known them long enough to FAMILIAR
Level 116: A professional who ejects unruly customers, esp. from a bar or club BOUNCER
Level 116: Screen text for the hearing impaired SUBTITLE
Level 116: Mechanism that operates without manual input AUTOMATIC
Level 116: Object that allows one to peer into space TELESCOPE
Level 116: Carrying or passing the ball into the end zone in American Football; TOUCHDOWN
Level 116: Mythical city of gold, supposedly in South America ELDORADO
Level 117: A biographical film such as Man on the Moon for Andy Kaufman GRIMACE
Level 117: A person who borrows money out at very high interest rates BLAIRWITCH
Level 117: Fear of heights ACROPHOBIA
Level 117: No two of these icy crystals are exactly the same ETIQUETTE
Level 117: Beachside money; actually a type of very flat sea urchin SANDDOLLAR
Level 117: People may dress up in these on Halloween GRIMREAPER
Level 117: The national bird of the United States BALDEAGLE
Level 117: Place where rubbish is buried LANDFILL
Level 117: What logging action does this represent? DEFOREST
Level 117: Place where rubbish is buried LANDFILL
Level 117: The key part of a joke ACUPUNCTURE
Level 117: A biographical film such as Man on the Moon for Andy Kaufman BIOPIC
Level 117: The national bird of the United States MICROWAVE
Level 117: A person who borrows money out at very high interest rates LOANSHARK
Level 117: Professional who handles minor routine tasks for an executive; assistant SECRETARY
Level 117: What logging action does this represent? CICADA
Level 117: The key part of a joke PUNCHLINE
Level 117: What phrase does this represent? HOMEFREE
Level 117: To read over a text and fix grammar, spelling, and writing mistakes PROOFREAD
Level 117: Gun runners who sell weapons in bulk, often illicitly ARMSDEALER
Level 117: Helps authors issue their books PUBLISHER
Level 118: A type of lollipop that has gum inside ROUNDROBIN
Level 118: An object’s ability to float or rise when submerged BUOYANCY
Level 118: Decorative cover for a vehicle’s wheels GRASSHOPPER
Level 118: Mythical winged horse CRUNCHTIME
Level 118: People who agrees with everything without criticism, especially from PROCESSOR
Level 118: Words of praise or admiration COMPLIMENT
Level 118: Someone who holds a patent COMPLIMENT
Level 118: What 1958 pop band does this represent? MARILYN
Level 118: When a decision cannot be reached in court HUNGJURY
Level 118: Burial ground full of tombstones GRAVEYARD
Level 118: Colorful and rocky ocean structures created by small animals CORALREEF
Level 118: A method used to make a decision, short one loses DRAWSTRAWS
Level 118: 1986 movie starring Christopher Lambert where “there can be only HIGHLANDER
Level 118: Thinnest; most slender SKINNIEST
Level 118: Large species of shark popularized as a man-killer by the movie “Jaws” GREATWHITE
Level 119: A ______ Test is used to determine if a solution is acidic or basic IVORY
Level 119: A person who doesn’t have any siblings is this SMALLTALK
Level 119: Protective gear worn over the face to prevent breathing in poisons GASMASK
Level 119: A professional who examines teeth ANTIGEN
Level 119: Style of penmanship where letters are connected; also called Script CURSIVE
Level 119: A student who doesn’t show up to class is marked as this ABSENT
Level 119: A ______ Test is used to determine if a solution is acidic or basic LITMUS
Level 119: Birds of a _______, flock together BOXINGDAY
Level 119: One’s power to resist trauma, injury, or fatigue ENDURANCE
Level 119: In the US, dial ‘0’ to speak with this professional INSOMNIA
Level 119: Type of sandal with a Y-shaped strap FLIPFLOPS
Level 119: Protective gear worn over the face to prevent breathing in poisons FIRSTMATE
Level 119: What food item does this represent? CHILIDOG
Level 119: A student who doesn’t show up to class is marked as this ABSENT
Level 119: Style of penmanship where letters are connected; also called Script TICKTOCK
Level 119: A professional who examines teeth DENTIST
Level 119: Type of sandal with a Y-shaped strap ALUMINUM
Level 119: What does this represent? TALLTALE
Level 119: A person who doesn’t have any siblings is this ONLYCHILD
Level 119: What food item does this represent? COCOA
Level 119: ______ Jolie, US actress and humanitarian who starred in “Mr. & Mrs. ANGELINA
Level 119: Emergency kit for injuries FIRSTAID
Level 119: One who does not believe in nor reject the existence of supernatural AGNOSTIC
Level 119: Car part that keeps engine lubricant clear of contaminants OILFILTER
Level 120: A person who goes into space ACORN
Level 120: A short rest to light a cigarette KITE
Level 120: Buying and selling commodities in different markets to take advantage COBWEB
Level 120: Conan the __________, fictional hero portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger AUTHOR
Level 120: Emergency box that contains medical supplies FALLACY
Level 120: He says “I do” at a wedding GROOM
Level 120: One of the co-creators of Dungeons and Dragons CYBORG
Level 120: What list symbol does this represent? BELLS
Level 120: What meaty sauce goes well with this? GRAVY
Level 120: A spirit in Irish mythology known for its piercing wails BANSHEE
Level 120: Metaphorically, behaviors that indicate a future problem REDFLAG
Level 120: Disney deer who endured great tragedy before reaching his happy ending BAMBI
Level 120: Classic third option for voters ABSTAIN
Level 120: Technical name for the belly or stomach area ABDOMEN
Level 120: The Big ______ is a constellation in the shape of a bowl with a handle DIPPER
Level 120: Branch of philosophy that seeks to resolve questions of morality ETHICS
Level 120: Severe allergy sufferers should keep one around EPIPEN
Level 120: ______ Hoffman won two Oscars for “Rain Man” and “Kramer vs. Kramer” DUSTIN
Level 120: Dome-shaped shelter made from snow or ice blocks IGLOO
Level 121: Life period when one has completed their working life BANDANA
Level 121: Physical attack using your cranium HEADBUTT
Level 121: Strong feeling of hatred or dislike TWINKLE
Level 121: Symbolized by a ‘C’ in a circle TODDLER
Level 121: Steep downward plunge NOSEDIVE
Level 121: The highest possible rank for a sumo wrestler FATLADY
Level 121: Things that are on a ____ __ ____ basis are restricted information BLACKCAT
Level 121: What kind of company does this represent? MISSOURI
Level 121: What word does this represent? FOREVER
Level 121: A facial accessory for pirates EYEPATCH
Level 121: Microscopic rods and spheres that can cause illness BACTERIA
Level 121: The background objects of a theatrical production SCENERY
Level 121: To restrict a person’s location to a set location CONFINE
Level 121: Clear, protective finish applied to furniture VARNISH
Level 122: Chemical used to disinfect swimming pools ESCALATOR
Level 122: Coin-operated public music player LEADERSHIP
Level 122: Party game where players act out words for others to guess CHARADES
Level 122: Coin-operated public music player JUKEBOX
Level 122: Device used to slow one’s descent; a lifesaver when going skydiving! CROSSBOW
Level 122: Famous coffee brand with a mermaid mascot THUNDER
Level 122: Famous coffee brand with a mermaid mascot STARBUCKS
Level 122: Idiomatically, this is the best medicine, but I’d get a second opinion! LAUGHTER
Level 122: Members of the military AMETHYST
Level 122: Piece of plastic that lets you borrow money to make a purchase CREDITCARD
Level 122: Party game where players act out words for others to guess CHARADES
Level 122: Powder supplement used by gym-goers to improve performance CREATINE
Level 122: Piece of plastic that lets you borrow money to make a purchase TOUGHLOVE
Level 122: Portable machine that could play audio discs COOKING
Level 122: Usually short movie scene that details past events FLASHBACK
Level 122: Portable machine that could play audio discs CDPLAYER
Level 122: Powder supplement used by gym-goers to improve performance CREATINE
Level 122: To improve or repair a painting with slight alterations RETOUCH
Level 122: Device used to slow one’s descent; a lifesaver when going skydiving! PARACHUTE
Level 122: Usually short movie scene that details past events LYRICS
Level 122: What word does this represent? CORNERSTONE
Level 122: Members of the military SOLDIERS
Level 122: Will Smith as Agent J joined this secretive organization alongside BANKRUPTCY
Level 122: These iconic trees can be found in tropical climates PALMTREE
Level 122: Another word for drink; a liquid refreshment BEVERAGE
Level 122: The R in R&D RESEARCH
Level 122: Organs that filter blood KIDNEYS
Level 122: A popular myth is that eating carrots can improve this EYESIGHT
Level 122: If you put things on the front lawn with price tags attached, you YARDSALE
Level 122: Famous city in Nevada filled with casinos and other attractions LASVEGAS
Level 123: 1981 US metal band with hits like Fade to Black and Nothing Else HOLYWATER
Level 123: A cord that connects mother to baby ABDICATE
Level 123: Communication method that uses dots and dashes; SOS FLEACOLLAR
Level 123: Meaning word for word MEMORIZE
Level 123: Aspirin is an over the ______ medicine COUNTER
Level 123: Portable fire starter TAEKWONDO
Level 123: Printed way to read about worldly happenings NEWSPAPER
Level 123: What superhero is this? CURTAINCALL
Level 123: What word does this represent? BRAINWASH
Level 123: Fundamental force that keeps us on the ground GRAVITY
Level 123: A book’s story is usually separated into _______ CHAPTERS
Level 123: Don’t drive a car through this; means stop REDLIGHT
Level 123: What are these collections? ARCHIVES
Level 123: This cartoon animal is smarter than the average member of his species YOGIBEAR
Level 124: A device that records the number of steps you have taken SNOWMAN
Level 124: A type of course where objects are put in your way AUDIOBOOK
Level 124: The ______’s Tale, 2017 dystopian drama based on the novel by Margaret HANDMAID
Level 124: Folklore figure who features prominently in out-of-focus pictures; ICEBREAKER
Level 124: Greek mathematician often considered the Founder of Geometry GREATWHITE
Level 124: Art of pretending to be someone else ACTING
Level 124: Home for tunnel-building insect pets LASERTAG
Level 124: Horses have four of these special feet HOOVES
Level 124: Horses have four of these special feet SUNDANCE
Level 124: Technology that connected the world INTERNET
Level 124: In mythology, this lunar phase causes a werewolf’s transformation BREAKDANCER
Level 124: Knightly code HYPNOSIS
Level 124: What chilly phenomenon does this represent? COLDSNAP
Level 124: Folklore figure who features prominently in out-of-focus pictures; SASQUACH
Level 124: Paper proof of graduation MARATHON
Level 124: What material is this bag made of? PLASTIC
Level 124: Paper proof of graduation DIPLOMA
Level 124: Professor _________, the arch-nemesis of Sherlock Holmes GROCERYBAGS
Level 124: A device that records the number of steps you have taken PEDOMETER
Level 124: Technology that connected the world COMPETITOR
Level 124: Greek mathematician often considered the Founder of Geometry EUCLID
Level 124: The ______’s Tale, 2017 dystopian drama based on the novel by Margaret LUMBERMILL
Level 124: ______ Mandela, revolutionary and former president of South Africa NELSON
Level 124: The ship commanded by Captain Nemo in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea NAUTILUS
Level 124: What kind of bird is this? PARAKEETS
Level 124: Knightly code CHIVALRY
Level 124: What chilly phenomenon does this represent? ZEROSUMGAME
Level 124: In mythology, this lunar phase causes a werewolf’s transformation FULLMOON
Level 124: What kind of bird is this? LOBSTER
Level 124: The ship commanded by Captain Nemo in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea NAUTILUS
Level 124: What word does this represent? NAUTILUS
Level 124: Male performers in a film or play ACTORS
Level 124: The protector of Gotham City BATMAN
Level 124: The largest mammals on planet Earth WHALES
Level 124: A type of metal pot used to boil water KETTLE
Level 124: Baby’s way of conveying hunger, boredom, tiredness, pain, etc. CRYING
Level 124: Largest city in Australia SYDNEY
Level 124: What is this candy? GUMBALL
Level 124: US comedy magic team working since the late 70s, Penn &______ TELLER
Level 124: The oldest university in the UK, established in 1096 OXFORD
Level 125: A large spherical chunk of iron fired from artillery CANNONBALL
Level 125: A tangy condiment for meats commonly seen in Southern US BBQSAUCE
Level 125: A member of a squad that performs and shouts encouragement for a CHEERLEADER
Level 125: An elegant writing implement with a nib FOUNTAINPEN
Level 125: A tangy condiment for meats commonly seen in Southern US BBQSAUCE
Level 125: A young girl who had a fabled encounter with three bears GOLDILOCKS
Level 125: Age group after child but before adult TEENAGER
Level 125: An elegant writing implement with a nib FOUNTAINPEN
Level 125: An emblematic natural or man-made feature that is culturally or locally LANDMARK
Level 125: What you step down on to move a car forward GASPEDAL
Level 125: Phrase; used before presenting a summary or key points INANUTSHELL
Level 125: Phrase; used before presenting a summary or key points INANUTSHELL
Level 125: Rudolph used his ___ ____ to guide Santa’s sleigh REDNOSE
Level 125: The winning move in a game of chess CHECKMATE
Level 125: To leave an area faced with impending danger EVACUATE
Level 125: Rudolph used his ___ ____ to guide Santa’s sleigh REDNOSE
Level 125: What you step down on to move a car forward GASPEDAL
Level 125: Contains A through Z ALPHABET
Level 125: What is this experienced individual? OLDTIMER
Level 125: Sci-fi instant transportation method TELEPORT
Level 125: Annual school memento, often signed YEARBOOK

Level 126: A _______ ____ to swallow is a hard truth to accept BITTERPILL
Level 126: This 70s American rock band sang Dream on AEROSMITH
Level 126: A person who has just started their journey to learn a skill BEGINNER
Level 126: Insects have two of these on their head to help sense their environment ANTENNA
Level 126: A smaller version of a traditional sport featuring tees and clubs MINIGOLF
Level 126: Scientist who studies human behavior and supply and demand ECONOMIST
Level 126: A weapon in the boardgame Clue that might light the way to the CANDLESTICK
Level 126: Venus ___ _____, a plant which eats insects FLYTRAP
Level 126: Insects have two of these on their head to help sense their environment ANTENNA
Level 126: Tasty and meaty remedy for a cold CHICKENSOUP
Level 126: Ten to the power of three THOUSAND
Level 126: Phrase; a streak of light seen in the night sky FALLINGSTAR
Level 126: Scientist who studies human behavior and supply and demand ECONOMIST
Level 126: Tasty and meaty remedy for a cold CHICKENSOUP
Level 126: Manhattan, Mojito, and Gin and Tonic, for example COCKTAIL
Level 126: This 70s American rock band sang Dream on AEROSMITH
Level 126: A smaller version of a traditional sport featuring tees and clubs MINIGOLF
Level 126: Venus ___ _____, a plant which eats insects FLYTRAP
Level 126: Oscar the Grouch’s house TRASHCAN
Level 126: “Do as I say, ___ __ _ __” NOTASIDO
Level 126: Light spectrum used by night vision goggles INFRARED
Level 126: Tension, sinus, cluster are types of this HEADACHE
Level 126: What is this farming implement? PITCHFORK
Level 126: You might raise these facial features in surprise EYEBROWS
Level 127: _____ Fish, a fish which acts as a universal translator in Hitchhiker’s BABEL
Level 127: Play this instrument to pretend to be a rock star in your living AIRGUITAR
Level 127: ______ the Frog, famous green Muppet KERMIT
Level 127: _____ Fish, a fish which acts as a universal translator in Hitchhiker’s BABEL
Level 127: 1997 action movie by John Woo featuring John Travolta and Nicolas FACEOFF
Level 127: 2009 sci-fi film directed by James Cameron featuring blue-hued aliens AVATAR
Level 127: A type of market famous in Middle Eastern countries BAZAAR
Level 127: 2009 sci-fi film directed by James Cameron featuring blue-hued aliens AVATAR
Level 127: A person who is very experienced in a field, particularly the military VETERAN
Level 127: “As American as ____ __” APPLEPIE
Level 127: A type of market famous in Middle Eastern countries BAZAAR
Level 127: Metal bar with a curved end used to pry things open CROWBAR
Level 127: Ancient two wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used in battles and races CHARIOT
Level 127: What is this station found in chemistry labs? EYEWASH
Level 127: Clam _______, a soup originating in the US which contains clams, CHOWDER
Level 127: The impact of one of these hitting the Earth may have killed the ASTEROID
Level 127: Expression; a slice of this might be good for cocky people HUMBLEPIE
Level 127: Hunter who fought Arnie and Aliens, in separate films PREDATOR
Level 127: The part of the hiring process where the employer and applicant learn INTERVIEW
Level 127: ______ the Frog, famous green Muppet KERMIT
Level 127: In Jeopardy, contestants ring these to answer questions BUZZER
Level 127: Metal bar with a curved end used to pry things open CROWBAR
Level 127: Written feedback to a social media post COMMENT
Level 127: A person who is very experienced in a field, particularly the military VETERAN
Level 127: Play this instrument to pretend to be a rock star in your living AIRGUITAR
Level 127: In Jeopardy, contestants ring these to answer questions BUZZER
Level 127: The impact of one of these hitting the Earth may have killed the ASTEROID
Level 127: What is this swimming stroke? FREESTYLE
Level 127: The part of the hiring process where the employer and applicant learn INTERVIEW
Level 127: Expression; a slice of this might be good for cocky people HUMBLEPIE
Level 127: What is this station found in chemistry labs? EYEWASH
Level 127: 1997 action movie by John Woo featuring John Travolta and Nicolas FACEOFF
Level 127: Written feedback to a social media post COMMENT
Level 127: Chocolate ice cream flavor with nuts and marshmallows ROCKYROAD
Level 127: Bart Simpson is in this in every episode intro DETENTION
Level 127: To listen in on a conversation not meant for you EAVESDROP
Level 127: There are two on the US map CAROLINAS
Level 128: A word for one’s brothers and sisters SIBLINGS
Level 128: The Wandering _________ has the longest wingspan of all birds; 3 ALBATROSS
Level 128: Battlefield where kings, knights, and pawns alike do battle CHESSBOARD
Level 128: NASA, SCUBA, and LASER are examples of this type of abbreviation ACRONYM
Level 128: Machine used to rinse and clean used dinnerware DISHWASHER
Level 128: What is this head accessory? HAIRBAND
Level 128: NASA, SCUBA, and LASER are examples of this type of abbreviation ACRONYM
Level 128: The ship captained by Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean BLACKPEARL
Level 128: Traditional Mexican headwear of great size SOMBRERO
Level 128: The Wandering _________ has the longest wingspan of all birds; 3 ALBATROSS
Level 128: What is this fairground treat? [cake stuffed in a funnel] FUNNELCAKE
Level 128: What is this fairground treat? [cake stuffed in a funnel] FUNNELCAKE
Level 128: Battlefield where kings, knights, and pawns alike do battle CHESSBOARD
Level 128: What is this head accessory? HAIRBAND
Level 128: Pretend to sing live by matching mouth movement to a recording LIPSYNC
Level 128: Someone who works in the same place as you COWORKER
Level 128: “Beauty is in the eye of the _________” means beauty is subjective BEHOLDER
Level 128: What is this meteorological term? CLIMATE
Level 128: Grain-based food, typically eaten at breakfast, with milk CEREALS
Level 128: Word meaning to draw in ATTRACT
Level 128: Shaken percussion instrument popular in Latin music MARACAS
Level 128: Watery disaster caused by an underwater earthquake TSUNAMI
Level 128: A person who is key to an organization KINGPIN
Level 129: A movie or television series which takes its source material from ADAPTATION
Level 129: A place to safely light an indoor flame for a cozy atmosphere FIREPLACE
Level 129: It’s a waste of breath to continue beating a ____ _____ DEADHORSE
Level 129: Chewing gum from the 50s that came with a comic strip featuring the BAZOOKAJOE
Level 129: The round floating leaves of a water lily LILYPADS
Level 129: A place to safely light an indoor flame for a cozy atmosphere FIREPLACE
Level 129: Deadly viral disease spread by the bites of infected animals RABIES
Level 129: Flavored triangular corn chips that typically comes in a big red DORITOS
Level 129: Little stars are known to do this to our wonderment TWINKLE
Level 129: It’s a waste of breath to continue beating a ____ _____ DEADHORSE
Level 129: The round floating leaves of a water lily LILYPADS
Level 129: What type of pizza is this? DEEPDISH
Level 129: These attachments help straighten your teeth BRACES
Level 129: These attachments help straighten your teeth BRACES
Level 129: Flavored triangular corn chips that typically comes in a big red DORITOS
Level 129: “It’s not over until the ___ ____ sings” FATLADY
Level 129: What type of pizza is this? DEEPDISH
Level 129: The boom that comes after lightning strikes THUNDER
Level 129: What is this group of mature individuals? ADULTS
Level 129: Wheats and other cereals which are used as food GRAINS
Level 129: In movies, difficult or dangerous acts which often require a double STUNTS
Level 130: A boxy contraption that takes passengers between floors; going up! ELEVATOR
Level 130: The Major League Baseball team from Los Angeles DODGERS
Level 130: A dog lying on its back might want one of these BELLYRUB
Level 130: A watery disaster FLOOD
Level 130: A dog lying on its back might want one of these BELLYRUB
Level 130: A ritual used to expel evil spirits EXORCISM
Level 130: A vampire uses these to suck blood FANGS
Level 130: What is this hazardous precipitation? ACIDRAIN
Level 130: A high-quality product and a cost to get such a product are called PREMIUM
Level 130: A ritual used to expel evil spirits EXORCISM
Level 130: A watery disaster FLOOD
Level 130: The Major League Baseball team from Los Angeles DODGERS
Level 130: What is this football term? KICKOFF
Level 130: A boxy contraption that takes passengers between floors; going up! ELEVATOR
Level 130: The weight of gemstones is measured in these CARATS
Level 130: A vampire uses these to suck blood FANGS
Level 130: What is this football term? KICKOFF
Level 130: Charm that is typically worn around the neck to confer good luck AMULET
Level 130: The weight of gemstones is measured in these CARATS
Level 130: What is this hazardous precipitation? ACIDRAIN
Level 130: Charlie Brown’s pet beagle SNOOPY
Level 130: This weekday is typically the last working day for the week FRIDAY
Level 130: What is this close relative of onions and garlic? CHIVES
Level 130: Glassware used to hold liquids in laboratories BEAKER
Level 130: “Iron Chef” is this type of competition COOKING
Level 130: When no more members of a species exist, it is said to be this EXTINCT
Level 131: A ____ ___ ____ is running out of a restaurant without paying the DINEANDDASH
Level 131: A place to purchase an automobile DEALERSHIP
Level 131: A ____ ____ clover is a sign of good luck FOURLEAF
Level 131: Testing mannequin used to measure human injury in simulated accidents CRASHDUMMY
Level 131: A bowling shot that goes a bit too far left or right GUTTERBALL
Level 131: A place to purchase an automobile DEALERSHIP
Level 131: Restraints placed on criminal’s wrists HANDCUFFS
Level 131: A bowling shot that goes a bit too far left or right GUTTERBALL
Level 131: Restraints placed on criminal’s wrists HANDCUFFS
Level 131: Underpants worn by babies DIAPERS
Level 131: Someone who cannot read is this ILLITERATE
Level 131: When you find an engrossing book, you might read it _____ __ _____ COVERTOCOVER
Level 131: A ____ ____ clover is a sign of good luck FOURLEAF
Level 131: Testing mannequin used to measure human injury in simulated accidents CRASHDUMMY
Level 131: Someone who cannot read is this ILLITERATE
Level 131: What is this insect? INCHWORM
Level 131: A ____ ___ ____ is running out of a restaurant without paying the DINEANDDASH
Level 131: Communal gathering where everyone brings a dish POTLUCK
Level 131: When you find an engrossing book, you might read it _____ __ _____ COVERTOCOVER
Level 131: What is this non-professional? LAYMAN
Level 131: Walking through nature trails and footpaths HIKING
Level 131: Natural science studying life and living organisms BIOLOGY
Level 131: Sport where players fling a heavy ball to knock over pins BOWLING
Level 131: World famous US pizza chain with a red and blue logo DOMINOS
Level 132: A type of muscular canine with a wrinkly face BULLDOG
Level 132: You have to buy a new one of these every year CALENDAR
Level 132: Before learning real words, a baby will _______ to communicate BABBLE
Level 132: To receive money or property after the death of a family member INHERIT
Level 132: Found _______, a genre of film, usually horror, that pretends to FOOTAGE
Level 132: Minor tasks you may have to run throughout the day ERRANDS
Level 132: Found _______, a genre of film, usually horror, that pretends to FOOTAGE
Level 132: Minor tasks you may have to run throughout the day ERRANDS
Level 132: Making sure your instrument will produce notes of the correct pitch TUNING
Level 132: Online dating site founded in 2000 by Dr. Neil Warren; supposedly EHARMONY
Level 132: Something that is seen routinely, NOT something that happens daily EVERYDAY
Level 132: The chief servant of a large household, traditionally male; Carson BUTLER
Level 132: The chief servant of a large household, traditionally male; Carson BUTLER
Level 132: What is this 2014 thriller? GONEGIRL
Level 132: Something that is seen routinely, NOT something that happens daily EVERYDAY
Level 132: To receive money or property after the death of a family member INHERIT
Level 132: A type of muscular canine with a wrinkly face BULLDOG
Level 132: Light touch that provokes laughter TICKLE
Level 132: What is this 2014 thriller? GONEGIRL
Level 132: Online dating site founded in 2000 by Dr. Neil Warren; supposedly EHARMONY
Level 132: You have to buy a new one of these every year CALENDAR
Level 132: Language that originated from Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Britain ENGLISH
Level 132: “____ Woman”, 1990 US romantic comedy starring Richard Gere and Julia PRETTY
Level 132: Arcade game where the player strikes targets with a round metal object PINBALL
Level 132: Quickly drinking a glass of water or being frightened are supposed HICCUPS
Level 133: A formal termination of a marriage after which the marriage is considered ANNULMENT
Level 133: A short, usually personal, story about the topic at hand ANECDOTE
Level 133: A short, usually personal, story about the topic at hand ANECDOTE
Level 133: An article from a publication that expresses the opinions of its EDITORIAL
Level 133: Microsoft Office application used to make presentations POWERPOINT
Level 133: Construction material used for its fire resistance, but is now known ASBESTOS
Level 133: What type of athletes wear these shoes? ICESKATERS
Level 133: Home furnishing that stores convenient handheld knowledge BOOKSHELF
Level 133: Microsoft Office application used to make presentations POWERPOINT
Level 133: Military treatise penned by Sun Tzu with applications to many parts ARTOFWAR
Level 133: Military treatise penned by Sun Tzu with applications to many parts ARTOFWAR
Level 133: The current holder of an office or position; usually has an advantage INCUMBENT
Level 133: Number system composed of 1s and 0s BINARY
Level 133: Slick backwards walking dancing move popularized by Michael Jackson MOONWALK
Level 133: The female equivalent to Duke DUCHESS
Level 133: Slick backwards walking dancing move popularized by Michael Jackson MOONWALK
Level 133: The commander of a vessel CAPTAIN
Level 133: The UK celebrates Guy Fawkes day on the fifth day of this month NOVEMBER
Level 133: The commander of a vessel CAPTAIN
Level 133: The current holder of an office or position; usually has an advantage INCUMBENT
Level 133: The female equivalent to Duke DUCHESS
Level 133: To work together on a issue or matter COOPERATE
Level 133: To work together on a issue or matter COOPERATE
Level 133: Construction material used for its fire resistance, but is now known ASBESTOS
Level 133: What type of athletes wear these shoes? ICESKATERS
Level 133: Lookout post at the top of a mast on a ship CROWSNEST
Level 133: What aerial activity is this? SKYDIVING
Level 133: Extended period of leisure time away from work VACATION
Level 134: A professional who finds and impounds stray canines DOGCATCHER
Level 134: A professional who finds and impounds stray canines DOGCATCHER
Level 134: A word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word ANAGRAM
Level 134: Activities done to improve your health and increase body strength EXERCISE
Level 134: An airport’s control tower is responsible for managing ___ _______ AIRTRAFFIC
Level 134: An airport’s control tower is responsible for managing ___ _______ AIRTRAFFIC
Level 134: An exercise where you lie face up and lift a heavy barbell over your BENCHPRESS
Level 134: Expression; a slice of this might be good for cocky people HUMBLEPIE
Level 134: Handheld devices used to capture videos CAMCORDER
Level 134: Han Solo’s Wookie companion CHEWBACCA
Level 134: A word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word ANAGRAM
Level 134: Handheld devices used to capture videos CAMCORDER
Level 134: Inspiring great affection; incredibly cute ADORABLE
Level 134: Large rock; name of a city in Colorado BOULDER
Level 134: Movement from one place to another either temporarily or permanently MIGRATION
Level 134: Wizarding school that Harry Potter attends HOGWARTS
Level 134: Activities done to improve your health and increase body strength EXERCISE
Level 134: Term for the time 12:00 AM MIDNIGHT
Level 134: What is this composition term? FIRSTDRAFT
Level 134: What is this composition term? FIRSTDRAFT
Level 134: What is this device? COMPUTER
Level 134: Large rock; name of a city in Colorado BOULDER
Level 134: The nearest major galaxy to the Milky Way ANDROMEDA
Level 134: Wizarding school that Harry Potter attends HOGWARTS
Level 134: Instrumental in percussion; also a tasty chicken limb DRUMSTICK
Level 134: 1972 crime drama made by Francis Coppola GODFATHER
Level 134: The fairy variant of this helped Cinderella GODMOTHER
Level 134: Dense bodies of ice that are constantly moving very slowly GLACIERS
Level 134: Containers for waste from cigarette smoking ASHTRAYS
Level 135: A green vegetable that resembles a small tree BROCCOLI
Level 135: What is this candy? GUMBALL
Level 135: A measure of how tall something is HEIGHT
Level 135: A meeting between two people who have never met, usually with romantic BLINDDATE
Level 135: A professional who provides recruiting services HEADHUNTER
Level 135: A professional who provides recruiting services HEADHUNTER
Level 135: A signature from a famous person AUTOGRAPH
Level 135: Substance added to a liquid, i.e the water in an engine, to lower ANTIFREEZE
Level 135: The science of sound ACOUSTICS
Level 135: Branch of mathematics concerned with shapes and their properties GEOMETRY
Level 135: Branch of mathematics concerned with shapes and their properties GEOMETRY
Level 135: Something pledged as the guarantee by a borrower COLLATERAL
Level 135: Something pledged as the guarantee by a borrower COLLATERAL
Level 135: Substance added to a liquid, i.e the water in an engine, to lower ANTIFREEZE
Level 135: A green vegetable that resembles a small tree BROCCOLI
Level 135: A note that takes up an entire measure in 4x2f4 time WHOLENOTE
Level 135: What is this candy? GUMBALL
Level 135: A measure of how tall something is HEIGHT
Level 135: What is this style of natural horse riding? BAREBACK
Level 135: A meter in a vehicle that shows how much gas is remaining FUELGAUGE
Level 135: US variant of a globally popular card game known as Twenty-One BLACKJACK
Level 136: _________ books have stiff bindings HARDCOVER
Level 136: A punctuation mark used when indicating possession in English APOSTROPHE
Level 136: A punctuation mark used when indicating possession in English APOSTROPHE
Level 136: Also called roly-polies, these armored insects can roll themselves PILLBUGS
Level 136: An athlete that does not have a team FREEAGENT
Level 136: An athlete that does not have a team FREEAGENT
Level 136: A watery disaster FLOOD
Level 136: Expression; something unbelievable HOGWASH
Level 136: Julius Caesar was famously warned to beware this day IDESOFMARCH
Level 136: Someone who can speak multiple languages POLYGLOT
Level 136: Julius Caesar was famously warned to beware this day IDESOFMARCH
Level 136: Keeping up with the ________, a reality show that follows the life KARDASHIANS
Level 136: Someone who can speak multiple languages POLYGLOT
Level 136: The ultimate winner of a tournament CHAMPION
Level 136: A common refreshment at Christmas parties; sometimes has alcohol EGGNOG
Level 136: Something that has been made useless by a new design or technology OBSOLETE
Level 136: The doctor tests your _______ by tapping your knee with a hammer REFLEXES
Level 136: Something that is unlikely to happen is a ____ ____ LONGSHOT
Level 136: Expression; something unbelievable HOGWASH
Level 136: The doctor tests your _______ by tapping your knee with a hammer REFLEXES
Level 136: Something that is unlikely to happen is a ____ ____ LONGSHOT
Level 136: The ultimate winner of a tournament CHAMPION
Level 136: “__ ____, no gain!”; expression meaning one must work hard for success NOPAIN
Level 136: Wallace and Gromit uses this type of animation style CLAYMATION
Level 136: What is this popular internet browser? FIREFOX
Level 136: Also called roly-polies, these armored insects can roll themselves PILLBUGS
Level 136: What is this popular internet browser? FIREFOX
Level 136: What is this type of sandwich? FRENCHDIP
Level 136: Something that has been made useless by a new design or technology OBSOLETE
Level 136: When people make the moral choice, they are said take the ____ ____ HIGHROAD
Level 136: A procession of people usually in celebration of an event PARADE
Level 136: An illusion that might be seen in the desert MIRAGE
Level 136: A triangular piece of pizza SLICE
Level 136: What is this cutting tool? SHEARS
Level 136: Preserved impression of prehistoric animals; dinosaur remains FOSSIL
Level 136: Features, such as a logo or slogan, that a company uses to distinguish BRAND
Level 136: This opening could be described as this NARROW
Level 137: A collection of things wrapped up together BUNDLE
Level 137: This generation emerged following World War II BABYBOOMER
Level 137: A collection of things wrapped up together BUNDLE
Level 137: A strong desire to know or learn something CURIOSITY
Level 137: A woman with dark brown hair BRUNETTE
Level 137: Boeing’s European rival in the commercial airliner market AIRBUS
Level 137: Boeing’s European rival in the commercial airliner market AIRBUS
Level 137: The sweet course eaten at the end of the meal DESSERT
Level 137: In the movie The Lion King, he is the father of Simba MUFASA
Level 137: The next step after you download an app INSTALL
Level 137: Lacking a pattern; impossible to predict RANDOM
Level 137: Phrase; a suggestion to prepare for all possibilities JUSTINCASE
Level 137: Season when the leaves start falling AUTUMN
Level 137: Season when the leaves start falling AUTUMN
Level 137: A woman with dark brown hair BRUNETTE
Level 137: The height of an object in relation to sea or ground level ALTITUDE
Level 137: What is this act of exposing something to be false or untrue? DEBUNK
Level 137: The sweet course eaten at the end of the meal DESSERT
Level 137: This Cleveland-based NBA team drafted Lebron James first overall CAVALIERS
Level 137: This generation emerged following World War II BABYBOOMER
Level 137: A strong desire to know or learn something CURIOSITY
Level 137: Unpaid trainee who works for the experience INTERN
Level 137: What is this hairstyle? FLATTOP
Level 137: Official document that protects the rights of an inventor PATENT
Level 137: Giving a stress ball a good ______ might help you relax SQUEEZE
Level 137: You can add, subtract, multiply, and divide these NUMBERS
Level 138: _____ Escobar was a notorious Colombian drug lord PABLO
Level 138: A marksman with bow and arrow ARCHER
Level 138: A marksman with bow and arrow ARCHER
Level 138: Can this Friends character BE more sarcastic? CHANDLER
Level 138: A person who mixes and serves drinks professionally BARTENDER
Level 138: _____ Escobar was a notorious Colombian drug lord PABLO
Level 138: Can this Friends character BE more sarcastic? CHANDLER
Level 138: A solar ______ is when the sun is blocked by the moon ECLIPSE
Level 138: Comes in midterm and final varieties EXAMS
Level 138: Meal plans focused on losing weight DIETS
Level 138: Meal plans focused on losing weight DIETS
Level 138: One plays the piano using these digits FINGERS
Level 138: Who is this Egyptian deity? HORUS
Level 138: Comes in midterm and final varieties EXAMS
Level 138: Who is this Egyptian deity? HORUS
Level 138: ________ Jones, whip-toting treasure hunter created by George Lucas INDIANA
Level 138: This professional cuts and sells meat BUTCHER
Level 138: An object you don’t want to look at might be described as this EYESORE
Level 138: Scuba diver apparel WETSUIT
Level 138: To give something back RETURN
Level 138: _____ and Clyde were an infamous criminal couple active in the US BONNIE
Level 138: Golf club used on the green PUTTER
Level 139: A baby cow CALF
Level 139: A baby cow CALF
Level 139: A joint commonly sprained in sports, especially basketball ANKLE
Level 139: What sound does this animal make? QUACK
Level 139: A tax imposed by one country on the goods and services imported from TARIFF
Level 139: Something that is said to make you laugh JOKE
Level 139: A type of pig that lives freely in the wild BOAR
Level 139: Singer that says Hello while Rolling in the Deep ADELE
Level 139: Fluffy, high-altitude sun blocker; a dark one heralds rain CLOUD
Level 139: This type of plane drops explosives onto enemy targets BOMBER
Level 139: Fluffy, high-altitude sun blocker; a dark one heralds rain CLOUD
Level 139: Honeycombs and snowflakes naturally take on this geometric form HEXAGON
Level 139: A type of pig that lives freely in the wild BOAR
Level 139: It has a handlebar, two wheels, and a frame BICYCLE
Level 139: Knitwear worn around the neck to keep you warm in winter SCARF
Level 139: ______ Eilish, teenage pop star with the hit single “Bad Guy” BILLIE
Level 139: Perfect time for telling stories to children BEDTIME
Level 139: What speedy African feline has this pattern? CHEETAH
Level 139: It has a handlebar, two wheels, and a frame BICYCLE
Level 139: Singer that says Hello while Rolling in the Deep ADELE
Level 139: Honeycombs and snowflakes naturally take on this geometric form HEXAGON
Level 139: Something that is said to make you laugh JOKE
Level 139: The coldest of all oceans ARCTIC
Level 139: Fermented milk treat, often sweetened with chunks of fruit mixed YOGURT
Level 139: The coldest of all oceans ARCTIC
Level 139: This type of plane drops explosives onto enemy targets BOMBER
Level 139: Tiled room for freshening up BATHROOM
Level 139: Knitwear worn around the neck to keep you warm in winter SCARF
Level 139: What sound does this animal make? QUACK
Level 139: Perfect time for telling stories to children BEDTIME
Level 139: What speedy African feline has this pattern? CHEETAH
Level 139: A slight shake when you are cold, frightened, or excited SHIVER
Level 139: Word for a TV station or sea passage CHANNEL
Level 139: Word for a TV station or sea passage CHANNEL
Level 139: Oversized music player that can be carried on a shoulder BOOMBOX
Level 139: Type of mammal whose teeth never stop growing RODENT
Level 139: The 1991 superhero in “The Rocketeer” wore this fantastical flight JETPACK
Level 140: A common OTC pain reducing and anti-inflammatory medicine ASPIRIN
Level 140: An area covered with underground explosives MINEFIELD
Level 140: Man-made waterway; there’s one in Panama and in Suez CANAL
Level 140: An area you must check while driving, especially when changing lanes BLINDSPOT
Level 140: Like a monologue but between two people DIALOGUE
Level 140: A common OTC pain reducing and anti-inflammatory medicine ASPIRIN
Level 140: Egyptian god of the dead ANUBIS
Level 140: “Blade ______”, 1982 Sci-Fi film starring Harrison Ford RUNNER
Level 140: Egyptian god of the dead ANUBIS
Level 140: Like a monologue but between two people DIALOGUE
Level 140: Man-made waterway; there’s one in Panama and in Suez CANAL
Level 140: No, this bovine doesn’t actually have delicious spicy wings BUFFALO
Level 140: No, this bovine doesn’t actually have delicious spicy wings BUFFALO
Level 140: To be dismissed or let go of from a company FIRED
Level 140: One might find a message inside this glass container on the beach BOTTLE
Level 140: The final part of a movie, usually CREDITS
Level 140: The most famous and widely used cryptocurrency BITCOIN
Level 140: The return on a bet PAYOFF
Level 140: One might find a message inside this glass container on the beach BOTTLE
Level 140: The playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks BANTER
Level 140: The return on a bet PAYOFF
Level 140: This 2018 DC movie staring Jason Momoa features a battle to rule AQUAMAN
Level 140: The larval form of a fly; consumes trash and other decaying matter MAGGOT
Level 140: The most famous and widely used cryptocurrency BITCOIN
Level 140: To be dismissed or let go of from a company FIRED
Level 140: To go off script; ad-lib IMPROVISE
Level 140: This 2018 DC movie staring Jason Momoa features a battle to rule AQUAMAN
Level 140: Winter Olympic event in which the competitors combine cross-country BIATHLON
Level 140: Winter Olympic event in which the competitors combine cross-country BIATHLON
Level 140: You have to pay this in class if you want to do well on the test ATTENTION
Level 140: Wolves, foxes, and coyotes all belong to this animal family CANINE
Level 140: Color of the Beatles’ submarine YELLOW
Level 140: Gold ______, someone in a relationship just for money DIGGER
Level 140: ______ Carey, iconic singer with a five-octave vocal range MARIAH
Level 140: What is this type of building? STABLE
Level 140: Separate from a spouse DIVORCE
Level 141: A person who determines gambling odds BOOKIE
Level 141: More difficult than beginner and intermediate levels ADVANCED
Level 141: Do you want _____ with that burger? FRIES
Level 141: One of the fathers of western philosophy, along with his teacher ARISTOTLE
Level 141: Fashion accessory worn around the wrist BRACELET
Level 141: What is this kickable toy? HACKYSACK
Level 141: It would be difficult to open a bottle of wine without one CORKSCREW
Level 141: The protector of Gotham City BATMAN
Level 141: A child might throw one when angry TANTRUM
Level 141: A person who determines gambling odds BOOKIE
Level 141: More difficult than beginner and intermediate levels ADVANCED
Level 141: One of the fathers of western philosophy, along with his teacher ARISTOTLE
Level 141: Do you want _____ with that burger? FRIES
Level 141: The protector of Gotham City BATMAN
Level 141: Fashion accessory worn around the wrist BRACELET
Level 141: What is this kickable toy? HACKYSACK
Level 141: Speak in a low volume; obligatory in a library WHISPER
Level 141: Contemplating; pondering; musing THINKING
Level 142: _____ 13, an ill-fated space expedition that, through heroic efforts, APOLLO
Level 142: A whole number; a number that is not a fraction INTEGER
Level 142: A movie starring Tom Hanks, an Island, and a volleyball named Wilson CASTAWAY
Level 142: This U.S. national legislative body is composed of the Senate and CONGRESS
Level 142: A whole number; a number that is not a fraction INTEGER
Level 142: What insect will come out of this? BUTTERFLY
Level 142: Federal ______ of Investigation BUREAU
Level 142: Federal ______ of Investigation BUREAU
Level 142: One Direction, NSYNC, Boyz II Men, Backstreet Boys, for example BOYBAND
Level 142: Summary of key points; beginnings of a sketch OUTLINE
Level 142: What is this antique style of tape? EIGHTTRACK
Level 142: _____ 13, an ill-fated space expedition that, through heroic efforts, APOLLO
Level 142: Physicians get their doctorates from this kind of institution MEDSCHOOL
Level 142: Soccer, to Europeans FOOTBALL
Level 142: This group of travelers gets to board the plane before anyone else FIRSTCLASS
Level 142: The capital of Hungary BUDAPEST
Level 142: The capital of Hungary BUDAPEST
Level 142: Legendary bird that dies in a conflagration, then rises again from PHOENIX
Level 142: Soccer, to Europeans FOOTBALL
Level 142: The capital of the Netherlands AMSTERDAM
Level 142: One Direction, NSYNC, Boyz II Men, Backstreet Boys, for example BOYBAND
Level 142: This group of travelers gets to board the plane before anyone else FIRSTCLASS
Level 142: This portable device is a relief for asthma patients INHALER
Level 142: This portable device is a relief for asthma patients INHALER
Level 142: Physicians get their doctorates from this kind of institution MEDSCHOOL
Level 142: This U.S. national legislative body is composed of the Senate and CONGRESS
Level 142: A movie starring Tom Hanks, an Island, and a volleyball named Wilson CASTAWAY
Level 142: What insect will come out of this? BUTTERFLY
Level 142: What is this long period without rain? DRYSPELL
Level 142: What is this antique style of tape? EIGHTTRACK
Level 142: Small and common pet often found running on a wheel HAMSTER
Level 142: 6-legged animals with exoskeletons and antennae INSECTS
Level 142: The month of Halloween; long ago, it was the 8th month OCTOBER
Level 143: An exchange of conflicting views; can get heated ARGUMENT
Level 143: Terry carried out the trash. Trash is the ______ of the sentence OBJECT
Level 143: An infant or newborn BABY
Level 143: This craftsman makes and fixes shoes COBBLER
Level 143: Terry carried out the trash. Trash is the ______ of the sentence OBJECT
Level 143: What type of punchy athlete is this? BOXER
Level 143: The leader of this group of superheros is Charles Xavier XMEN
Level 143: The leader of this group of superheros is Charles Xavier XMEN
Level 143: Bony chest protector RIBCAGE
Level 143: The opposite of a bullish market BEARISH
Level 143: The opposite of a bullish market BEARISH
Level 143: An exchange of conflicting views; can get heated ARGUMENT
Level 143: The process of visibly growing older AGING
Level 143: An infant or newborn BABY
Level 143: This craftsman makes and fixes shoes COBBLER
Level 143: What insects does this animal eat? ANTS
Level 143: What insects does this animal eat? ANTS
Level 143: The process of visibly growing older AGING
Level 143: What is this hazardous precipitation? ACIDRAIN
Level 143: What type of punchy athlete is this? BOXER
Level 143: What is this device? ADAPTER
Level 143: A cell’s core, where DNA is housed NUCLEUS
Level 144: A bunny’s favorite type of music HIPHOP
Level 144: A bunny’s favorite type of music HIPHOP
Level 144: A person who pretends to be someone else in a malicious way IMPOSTER
Level 144: Center for children whose parents are at work DAYCARE
Level 144: The vampire from Transylvania DRACULA
Level 144: The first word of LOL LAUGH
Level 144: The Star-Spangled Banner is the national ______ of America. ANTHEM
Level 144: Performers who are trained in arts like ballet or salsa DANCERS
Level 144: The Star-Spangled Banner is the national ______ of America. ANTHEM
Level 144: A person who pretends to be someone else in a malicious way IMPOSTER
Level 144: The vampire from Transylvania DRACULA
Level 144: This type of school does not allow boys to attend ALLGIRL
Level 144: What is this Japanese word? BUSHIDO
Level 144: What is this Japanese word? BUSHIDO
Level 144: The ability to understand how others feel EMPATHY
Level 144: Money that one receives or earns; opposite of an expense INCOME
Level 144: Unit used to measure angles DEGREE
Level 144: Another word for prisoner INMATE
Level 144: Andy Serkis played this obsessive creature in the Lord of the Rings GOLLUM
Level 144: Electric yellow rodent mascot of Poku00E9mon, a popular game and cartoon PIKACHU
Level 144: An outlaw in a Western might use this to cover their face BANDANA
Level 144: A professional who prepares and serves coffee BARISTA
Level 145: A person with a Body Mass Index of 25% to 30% can be described as OVERWEIGHT
Level 145: Half of a globe HEMISPHERE
Level 145: According to Smokey the Bear, only you can stop these FORESTFIRES
Level 145: An exploitable ambiguity in a set of rules LOOPHOLE
Level 145: Collectable dolls that became a fad in the late 90s BEANIEBABY
Level 145: Between midday and the evening AFTERNOON
Level 145: French pre-meal phrase BONAPPETIT
Level 145: A person with a Body Mass Index of 25% to 30% can be described as OVERWEIGHT
Level 145: Ben ______, US actor in “Dodgeball” and “Tropic Thunder” STILLER
Level 145: Children’s show with a sky-colored canine star BLUESCLUES
Level 145: Collectable dolls that became a fad in the late 90s BEANIEBABY
Level 145: Crunchy bread pieces often found in Caesar salad CROUTONS
Level 145: What is this writing equipment? INKWELL
Level 145: French pre-meal phrase BONAPPETIT
Level 145: Half of a globe HEMISPHERE
Level 145: Handheld firework on a stick; Fourth of July favorite SPARKLER
Level 145: Children’s show with a sky-colored canine star BLUESCLUES
Level 145: Handheld firework on a stick; Fourth of July favorite SPARKLER
Level 145: Host of American game shows Whose Line is it Anyway? and The Price DREWCAREY
Level 145: The famous _________ sequence goes: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21… FIBONACCI
Level 145: The famous _________ sequence goes: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21… FIBONACCI
Level 145: A severe emotional outburst; also, a nuclear disaster MELTDOWN
Level 145: What is this symbol? PEACESIGN
Level 145: What is this symbol? PEACESIGN
Level 145: According to Smokey the Bear, only you can stop these FORESTFIRES
Level 145: What is this writing equipment? INKWELL
Level 145: Smallest country in the world; where the Pope resides VATICAN
Level 146: Blind genius R&B pianist; portrayed by Jamie Foxx in the biopic RAYCHARLES
Level 146: Occurring twice in a seven-day period or once every fourteen days BIWEEKLY
Level 146: Capital city of Brazil BRASILIA
Level 146: Capital city of Brazil BRASILIA
Level 146: Elderly people may wear these to replace their lost chompers FALSETEETH
Level 146: Expression; request for support CALLTOARMS
Level 146: Elderly people may wear these to replace their lost chompers FALSETEETH
Level 146: Expression; request for support CALLTOARMS
Level 146: He and his merry men robbed from the rich and gave to the poor ROBINHOOD
Level 146: Huge, ten-legged deep-sea creature; natural enemy of the sperm whale GIANTSQUID
Level 146: Huge, ten-legged deep-sea creature; natural enemy of the sperm whale GIANTSQUID
Level 146: Blind genius R&B pianist; portrayed by Jamie Foxx in the biopic RAYCHARLES
Level 146: Occurring twice in a seven-day period or once every fourteen days BIWEEKLY
Level 146: Doritos flavor found in a blue bag COOLRANCH
Level 146: Movement with a ball on a basketball court DRIBBLING
Level 146: What type of cup of this? WINEGLASS
Level 146: They never go unpunished GOODDEEDS
Level 147: A liquid food that you can spell words in ALPHABETSOUP
Level 147: This branch of science involves using the periodic table CHEMISTRY
Level 147: A way to quit a habit COLDTURKEY
Level 147: This famous retired skateboarder has 18 video games based on him TONYHAWK
Level 147: An economic system in which industry is under private ownership rather CAPITALISM
Level 147: An economic system in which industry is under private ownership rather CAPITALISM
Level 147: Animated movie that introduced the world to the tiny, yellow Minions DESPICABLEME
Level 147: Faint spots that can appear on fair skin FRECKLES
Level 147: Faint spots that can appear on fair skin FRECKLES
Level 147: Last resort for a fighter pilot to escape the cockpit EJECTORSEAT
Level 147: Punctuation mark; a combination of the question mark and the exclamation INTERROBANG
Level 147: A liquid food that you can spell words in ALPHABETSOUP
Level 147: Things that go __ ___ ___ and out the other go unheard INONEEAR
Level 147: Things that go __ ___ ___ and out the other go unheard INONEEAR
Level 147: This branch of science involves using the periodic table CHEMISTRY
Level 147: Animated movie that introduced the world to the tiny, yellow Minions DESPICABLEME
Level 147: This can open every lock of a building MASTERKEY
Level 147: Punctuation mark; a combination of the question mark and the exclamation INTERROBANG
Level 147: This famous retired skateboarder has 18 video games based on him TONYHAWK
Level 147: A way to quit a habit COLDTURKEY
Level 147: Type of children’s party that goes overnight SLEEPOVER
Level 147: Pocket money regularly given by parents to their kids ALLOWANCE
Level 147: Wall art placed without permission GRAFFITI
Level 147: What is this geometric solid? CYLINDER
Level 147: What is this deep-fried side dish? HUSHPUPPY
Level 147: How was this food cooked? DEEPFRIED
Level 148: ____ _____ like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana TIMEFLIES
Level 148: CD stands for this COMPACTDISC
Level 148: A golden ticket gets you a tour of this man’s chocolate factory WILLYWONKA
Level 148: Superman’s nickname and title of Zack Snyder’s 2013 Superman film MANOFSTEEL
Level 148: Black woodwind instrument; Squidward plays one CLARINET
Level 148: What is this type of car? FOURBYFOUR
Level 148: CD stands for this COMPACTDISC
Level 148: Savory, spherical food item added to spaghetti or a sub sandwich MEATBALL
Level 148: Savory, spherical food item added to spaghetti or a sub sandwich MEATBALL
Level 148: What is this sensation? NUMB
Level 148: Smallest size of clothing available, usually EXTRASMALL
Level 148: Smallest size of clothing available, usually EXTRASMALL
Level 148: Superman’s nickname and title of Zack Snyder’s 2013 Superman film MANOFSTEEL
Level 148: What is this presentation device? LASERPOINTER
Level 148: What is this presentation device? LASERPOINTER
Level 148: A golden ticket gets you a tour of this man’s chocolate factory WILLYWONKA
Level 148: The first word of “LOL” LAUGH
Level 148: What is this type of car? FOURBYFOUR
Level 148: Crown for beauty pageant winners and prom queens TIARA
Level 148: A joint commonly sprained in sports, especially basketball ANKLE
Level 148: Let’s cast a magic spell! _____ Pocus! HOCUS
Level 148: People with high self ______ think very highly of themselves ESTEEM
Level 148: What is the name of this shape? NONAGON
Level 148: Little men with red hats that might live in your garden GNOMES
Level 148: What animal is this? DOLPHIN
Level 149: A type of graph that shows a circle divided into sections PIECHART
Level 149: Furry-faced female carnival performer BEARDEDLADY
Level 149: Black handheld rectangular document holder for businessmen on the BRIEFCASE
Level 149: Larval form of a frog TADPOLE
Level 149: Culturally and historically significant piece of music, often with FOLKSONG
Level 149: Famously gigantic breed of dog; Scooby Doo is one of these GREATDANE
Level 149: Extinct avian; perhaps the most famous extinct species DODOBIRD
Level 149: Abstract expressionist Jackson ______, known for his “drip painting POLLOCK
Level 149: Famously gigantic breed of dog; Scooby Doo is one of these GREATDANE
Level 149: What is this ice-cream-eating hazard? BRAINFREEZE
Level 149: Black handheld rectangular document holder for businessmen on the BRIEFCASE
Level 149: Furry-faced female carnival performer BEARDEDLADY
Level 149: Extinct avian; perhaps the most famous extinct species DODOBIRD
Level 149: Larval form of a frog TADPOLE
Level 149: A type of graph that shows a circle divided into sections PIECHART
Level 149: What is this ice-cream-eating hazard? BRAINFREEZE
Level 149: Someone who has had a limb removed AMPUTEE
Level 149: Audrey ______, US actress in the leading role of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” HEPBURN
Level 149: 2015 Best Picture winner starring Michael Keaton BIRDMAN
Level 149: Device used to eavesdrop on someone’s phone call WIRETAP
Level 149: What is this kind of meat? COLDCUT
Level 150: A famous French confectionery BONBONS
Level 150: A man who has never been married BACHELOR
Level 150: A marker of significant progress MILESTONE
Level 150: Web-like woven charm, supposedly for trapping nightmares DREAMCATCHER
Level 150: Expression; get off your ____ _____ HIGHHORSE
Level 150: Gandhi’s first name MOHANDAS
Level 150: The world’s largest island, located East of the Canadian archipelago GREENLAND
Level 150: What are these depressions on the Moon’s surface? CRATERS
Level 150: Lacking the ability to distinguish certain colors COLORBLIND
Level 150: Lacking the ability to distinguish certain colors COLORBLIND
Level 150: Expression; get off your ____ _____ HIGHHORSE
Level 150: Large absorbent cloth you might bring for a day of seaside fun BEACHTOWEL
Level 150: A famous French confectionery BONBONS
Level 150: Long French bread; often found sticking out of paper grocery bags BAGUETTE
Level 150: Mythical beast with the body of a lion and the tail of a scorpion MANTICORE
Level 150: Type of male underwear that resembles shorts BOXERS
Level 150: Gandhi’s first name MOHANDAS
Level 150: The world’s largest island, located East of the Canadian archipelago GREENLAND
Level 150: Large absorbent cloth you might bring for a day of seaside fun BEACHTOWEL
Level 150: Web-like woven charm, supposedly for trapping nightmares DREAMCATCHER
Level 150: What is this expression of exasperation? FACEPALM
Level 150: Leonard in “Memento” suffers from this condition, leading to memory AMNESIA
Level 150: Judy ____, American actress who starred in “The Wizard of Oz” GARLAND
Level 150: Skyscraper thriller; Bruce Willis stars DIEHARD
Level 150: What type of driver is he? GETAWAY
Level 150: Humans have five main ones: sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell SENSES
Level 150: Chemical ingredient in nail polish remover ACETONE
Level 150: To willingly receive something; not to reject ACCEPT

Level 151: Bald headed scavenging bird VULTURE
Level 151: Batman’s feline frienemy and love interest CATWOMAN
Level 151: Batman’s feline frienemy and love interest CATWOMAN
Level 151: Military haircut, named for the sound of the electric clipper used BUZZCUT
Level 151: Bow-and-arrow-wielding member of the Avengers HAWKEYE
Level 151: What holiday does animal represent? EASTER
Level 151: French phrase meaning that’s life CESTLAVIE
Level 151: Plant-based butter substitute MARGARINE
Level 151: German highway system with no legal speed limit AUTOBAHN
Level 151: German highway system with no legal speed limit AUTOBAHN
Level 151: Requesting an answer ASKING
Level 151: Military haircut, named for the sound of the electric clipper used BUZZCUT
Level 151: Plant-based butter substitute MARGARINE
Level 151: This professional selects and arranges the exhibits of a gallery CURATOR
Level 151: What is this creamy dip? COOLWHIP
Level 151: Jack Russell, Boston, Bull, Scottish, are all types of this TERRIER
Level 151: Tough material made from treated animal skins LEATHER
Level 151: What holiday does animal represent? EASTER
Level 151: This professional selects and arranges the exhibits of a gallery CURATOR
Level 151: What is this creamy dip? COOLWHIP
Level 151: Shakespeare’s “Scottish play” MACBETH
Level 151: Track and field event involving throwing heavy iron balls SHOTPUT
Level 151: ___ ___ Chili Peppers, American rock band with hit song “Scar Tissueu201D REDHOT
Level 151: Somewhat macabre word guessing game HANGMAN
Level 152: A friction injury from rubbing against a rough carpet RUGBURN
Level 152: Large crimson canine star of children’s books CLIFFORD
Level 152: Ancient Egyptian paper made from reeds PAPYRUS
Level 152: Bugs Bunny’s catchphrase WHATSUPDOC
Level 152: Hundred-year anniversary CENTENNIAL
Level 152: Charlie _______, silent movie star and comedian with iconic toothbrush CHAPLIN
Level 152: What is this nighttime pest? BEDBUG
Level 152: Equine-based unit of engine performance HORSEPOWER
Level 152: What type of non-intersecting lines are these? PARALLEL
Level 152: Hundred-year anniversary CENTENNIAL
Level 152: Large, finned river-dweller with feline whiskers CATFISH
Level 152: Italian for very loudly, written on sheet music as ff FORTISSIMO
Level 152: They appear on your skin in response to excitement or very cold weather GOOSEBUMPS
Level 152: A friction injury from rubbing against a rough carpet RUGBURN
Level 152: Large crimson canine star of children’s books CLIFFORD
Level 152: Equine-based unit of engine performance HORSEPOWER
Level 152: Large, finned river-dweller with feline whiskers CATFISH
Level 152: What carnival feature is this? SIDESHOW
Level 152: Modern successor to the abacus CALCULATOR
Level 152: Of or relating to cats FELINE
Level 152: Of or relating to cats FELINE
Level 152: These pink birds get their color from the shrimp they eat FLAMINGO
Level 152: Charlie _______, silent movie star and comedian with iconic toothbrush CHAPLIN
Level 152: Stereotypically Australian greeting GDAYMATE
Level 152: The act of moving animals in a group HERDING
Level 152: The act of moving animals in a group HERDING
Level 152: Words to a song LYRICS
Level 152: Italian for very loudly, written on sheet music as ff FORTISSIMO
Level 152: These pink birds get their color from the shrimp they eat FLAMINGO
Level 152: Bugs Bunny’s catchphrase WHATSUPDOC
Level 152: They appear on your skin in response to excitement or very cold weather GOOSEBUMPS
Level 152: Modern successor to the abacus CALCULATOR
Level 152: To scrub skin with a rough material, removing dead skin EXFOLIATE
Level 152: Surprise attack by concealed attackers AMBUSH
Level 152: What is this nighttime pest? BEDBUG
Level 152: A sanitary cloth used when dining to wipe up messes NAPKIN
Level 152: An apple a day keeps this professional away DOCTOR
Level 152: Herb that cats go crazy for CATNIP
Level 152: What insect royalty is this? QUEENBEE
Level 153: A Big Mac’s top bun is dotted with these SESAMESEEDS
Level 153: What type of unhealthy snack is this? JUNKFOOD
Level 153: Board game about buying property MONOPOLY
Level 153: Gordon Ramsay yells at cooks as they compete in this reality TV show HELLSKITCHEN
Level 153: Inanimate fashion models, often placed in clothing store windows MANNEQUIN
Level 153: Inanimate fashion models, often placed in clothing store windows MANNEQUIN
Level 153: Minty lozenge for clearing a scratchy throat COUGHDROP
Level 153: A Big Mac’s top bun is dotted with these SESAMESEEDS
Level 153: Metal device with a sharp edge for punching shapes out of flattened COOKIECUTTER
Level 153: The entry point of a website HOMEPAGE
Level 153: Minty lozenge for clearing a scratchy throat COUGHDROP
Level 153: New World animal with armor plates; can roll up into a ball when ARMADILLO
Level 153: This animal lived during the _______ era MESOZOIC
Level 153: The study of celestial objects and space phenomena ASTRONOMY
Level 153: A series of pictures physically animated by quickly turning the pages FLIPBOOK
Level 153: Metal device with a sharp edge for punching shapes out of flattened COOKIECUTTER
Level 153: The study of mushrooms and other fungi MYCOLOGY
Level 153: Gordon Ramsay yells at cooks as they compete in this reality TV show HELLSKITCHEN
Level 153: This animal lived during the _______ era MESOZOIC
Level 153: The study of mushrooms and other fungi MYCOLOGY
Level 153: Tick-borne illness, presenting with an unmistakable bull’s-eye LYMEDISEASE
Level 153: Toxic ocean flower; a clownfish’s best friend SEAANEMONE
Level 153: What is this large fruit? CANTALOUPE
Level 153: Meat from the chest of an animal, usually a cow BRISKET
Level 153: Toxic ocean flower; a clownfish’s best friend SEAANEMONE
Level 153: What is this large fruit? CANTALOUPE
Level 153: Tick-borne illness, presenting with an unmistakable bull’s-eye LYMEDISEASE
Level 153: What type of unhealthy snack is this? JUNKFOOD
Level 153: What is this type of comfortable seat? ARMCHAIR
Level 153: A doctor that performs operations SURGEON
Level 153: An audience will often burst into this after a great performance APPLAUSE
Level 154: _______ Lincoln served as the 16th president of the US ABRAHAM
Level 154: What kind of old firearm ignition mechanism is this? FLINTLOCK
Level 154: _______ Lincoln served as the 16th president of the US ABRAHAM
Level 154: A female garment with a hemline at least four inches above the knee MINISKIRT
Level 154: America’s favorite pastime BASEBALL
Level 154: This geometric feature comes in right, acute, or obtuse varieties ANGLE
Level 154: Ammunition for firearms BULLETS
Level 154: The vocal imitation of percussion sounds BEATBOX
Level 154: Groucho Marx has an iconic one of these MUSTACHE
Level 154: The type of calendar used in most parts of the world; also, a type GREGORIAN
Level 154: Ammunition for firearms BULLETS
Level 154: The vocal imitation of percussion sounds BEATBOX
Level 154: This geometric feature comes in right, acute, or obtuse varieties ANGLE
Level 154: What is this object? BARREL
Level 154: America’s favorite pastime BASEBALL
Level 154: What is this object? PIGGYBANK
Level 154: Groucho Marx has an iconic one of these MUSTACHE
Level 154: What is this type of sandwich? FRENCHDIP
Level 154: What kind of old firearm ignition mechanism is this? FLINTLOCK
Level 154: You go to a barber to get one HAIRCUT
Level 154: One who fusses over unimportant details NITPICKER
Level 154: Area cordoned off with yellow tape by police CRIMESCENE
Level 154: Also called “mouth harp” HARMONICA
Level 154: The classic pirate’s flag is called this JOLLYROGER
Level 154: Expression; something that can pass for an exact copy DEADRINGER
Level 154: Magnanimous response to “no offense” NONETAKEN
Level 155: A large advertisement seen in public spaces BILLBOARD
Level 155: Expression; student who tries to make their fellows laugh CLASSCLOWN
Level 155: Expression; student who tries to make their fellows laugh CLASSCLOWN
Level 155: Home of GMT, the G stands for this location GREENWICH
Level 155: The original user editable online encyclopedia; might not be 100% WIKIPEDIA
Level 155: Home of GMT, the G stands for this location GREENWICH
Level 155: John McClane’s iconic one-liner in Die Hard YIPPEEKIYAY
Level 155: Someone who has seen something firsthand EYEWITNESS
Level 155: The process through which a representative is voted in ELECTION
Level 155: To get off, e.g. from an airplane DISEMBARK
Level 155: John McClane’s iconic one-liner in Die Hard YIPPEEKIYAY
Level 155: The original user editable online encyclopedia; might not be 100% WIKIPEDIA
Level 155: The process through which a representative is voted in ELECTION
Level 155: Someone who has seen something firsthand EYEWITNESS
Level 155: What is this familiar sitcom convention? RUNNINGJOKE
Level 155: Prank that sends the victim searching for an imaginary creature SNIPEHUNT
Level 155: Popular sandwich consisting of a ground meat patty between two buns HAMBURGER
Level 155: What word does this represent? ENLIST
Level 155: Lacking all reason and sense; in math, a number that cannot be expressed IRRATIONAL
Level 155: You might find Beethoven, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky in this section CLASSICAL
Level 156: A sequence of drawings representing shots planned for a movie STORYBOARD
Level 156: Penetrated by a sharp object STABBED
Level 156: A shower for your vehicle CARWASH
Level 156: TV series about a cancer-stricken chemistry teacher’s journey to BREAKINGBAD
Level 156: A style of sunglasses made famous by Top Gun AVIATOR
Level 156: To propel a projectile beyond its intended target OVERSHOOT
Level 156: Famous time-travelling car in film, but commercially unsuccessful DELOREAN
Level 156: Famous time-travelling car in film, but commercially unsuccessful DELOREAN
Level 156: Important document allowing you to take work overseas WORKVISA
Level 156: Loyalty points that can be traded in for flight tickets AIRMILES
Level 156: Penetrated by a sharp object STABBED
Level 156: Type of lawsuit which represents a group with the same grievance CLASSACTION
Level 156: A style of sunglasses made famous by Top Gun AVIATOR
Level 156: Table of ______, a list of a book’s chapters and their starting pages CONTENTS
Level 156: Important document allowing you to take work overseas WORKVISA
Level 156: The latest time or date by which something should be completed DEADLINE
Level 156: A shower for your vehicle CARWASH
Level 156: Heavy rectangular knives used by butchers CLEAVER
Level 156: To propel a projectile beyond its intended target OVERSHOOT
Level 156: The latest time or date by which something should be completed DEADLINE
Level 156: TV series about a cancer-stricken chemistry teacher’s journey to BREAKINGBAD
Level 156: Type of lawsuit which represents a group with the same grievance CLASSACTION
Level 156: You might have downloaded Word Crossy from here if you’re playing GOOGLEPLAY
Level 156: What is this uncredited author? GHOSTWRITER
Level 156: A sequence of drawings representing shots planned for a movie STORYBOARD
Level 156: Flavored triangular corn chips that typically come in a big red bag DORITOS
Level 156: You might have downloaded Word Crossy from here if you’re playing GOOGLEPLAY
Level 156: SpongeBob SquarePant’s pink starfish companion PATRICK
Level 156: Cold-blooded reptiles with feet LIZARDS
Level 156: Deep narrow valley with steep sides CANYON
Level 156: Surgeon’s outfit, often blue SCRUBS
Level 156: What is this headwear required for kitchen workers? HAIRNET
Level 156: What is this kitsch object called? LAVALAMP
Level 157: A loyalty to a particular party or organization, etc. ALLEGIANCE
Level 157: What is this sleepover activity? PILLOWFIGHT
Level 157: Absent-minded scribbles and drawings DOODLES
Level 157: A sausage placed in a bun, or boiled sausages for that explicit purpose HOTDOGS
Level 157: Absent-minded scribbles and drawings DOODLES
Level 157: These hairs on your face help prevent debris and dust from blocking EYELASHES
Level 157: Best of the best, of the highest standard internationally WORLDCLASS
Level 157: The state of being extremely poor POVERTY
Level 157: Connecting fabric together using needle and thread SEWING
Level 157: Existing forever, unable to die IMMORTAL
Level 157: Largest e-commerce company in China; named after a tale from 1001 ALIBABA
Level 157: Soldiers that fight on horseback CAVALRY
Level 157: Photos of criminals’ faces taken upon arrest MUGSHOTS
Level 157: The deepest trench in the ocean MARIANA
Level 157: Largest e-commerce company in China; named after a tale from 1001 ALIBABA
Level 157: Professional who handles payments and receipts in a grocery store CASHIER
Level 157: Soldiers that fight on horseback CAVALRY
Level 157: Star of “Two and a Half Men”, _______ Sheen CHARLIE
Level 157: What is this US college? DARTMOUTH
Level 157: A sausage placed in a bun, or boiled sausages for that explicit purpose HOTDOGS
Level 157: South East Asian country famous for its jungle temples; its flag CAMBODIA
Level 157: Photos of criminals’ faces taken upon arrest MUGSHOTS
Level 157: The deepest trench in the ocean MARIANA
Level 157: The state of being extremely poor POVERTY
Level 157: What is this prelude to a book? FOREWORD
Level 157: Spa treatment for the front of your head FACIAL
Level 157: These hairs on your face help prevent debris and dust from blocking EYELASHES
Level 157: Best of the best, of the highest standard internationally WORLDCLASS
Level 157: What is this prelude to a book? FOREWORD
Level 157: South East Asian country famous for its jungle temples; its flag CAMBODIA
Level 157: What is this sleepover activity? PILLOWFIGHT
Level 157: A loyalty to a particular party or organization, etc. ALLEGIANCE
Level 157: What is this US college? DARTMOUTH
Level 157: Mythical horse with a helical horn on its head UNICORN
Level 157: News _______ might be described as “around the clock” COVERAGE
Level 157: The outcome of an action or competition RESULT
Level 158: A first year student in college or high school FRESHMAN
Level 158: An indoor game where small missiles are thrown at a target of concentric DARTS
Level 158: A type of metal pot used to boil water KETTLE
Level 158: The sequence of events in a story PLOT
Level 158: An indoor game where small missiles are thrown at a target of concentric DARTS
Level 158: Someone prone to losing their temper HOTHEAD
Level 158: A type of metal pot used to boil water KETTLE
Level 158: Chinese island with Portuguese roots, famous for its casinos MACAU
Level 158: Fungus with a domed cap on top of a stalk MUSHROOM
Level 158: What is this spice? CINNAMON
Level 158: What post-apocalyptic movie is this? MADMAX
Level 158: A first year student in college or high school FRESHMAN
Level 158: Intentionally taking a long time to do something DAWDLING
Level 158: Fungus with a domed cap on top of a stalk MUSHROOM
Level 158: Nobody moves like this main character on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air CARLTON
Level 158: Popular form of gambling where participants win if their numbers LOTTERY
Level 158: Popular form of gambling where participants win if their numbers LOTTERY
Level 158: Display screen of a computer MONITOR
Level 158: Professionals who make and serve coffee BARISTAS
Level 158: Professionals who make and serve coffee BARISTAS
Level 158: Someone prone to losing their temper HOTHEAD
Level 158: The capital of Tibet LHASA
Level 158: The capital of Tibet LHASA
Level 158: Chinese island with Portuguese roots, famous for its casinos MACAU
Level 158: The sequence of events in a story PLOT
Level 158: What is a person who plays this game called? BOWLER
Level 158: What is this originally Japanese cooking competition? IRONCHEF
Level 158: What is this originally Japanese cooking competition? IRONCHEF
Level 158: Intentionally taking a long time to do something DAWDLING
Level 158: What is this spice? CINNAMON
Level 158: Injury caused by excessive daylight SUNBURN
Level 158: “Harry Potter and the ______ of Fire”, the 4th novel in the saga GOBLET
Level 158: US state of volcanic islands HAWAII
Level 158: Container made by weaving together reeds, or straw BASKET
Level 158: These keep your hands warm in winter GLOVES
Level 158: What indicative verb does this represent? DENOTE
Level 159: A building used for worship TEMPLE
Level 159: Sudden and unexpected ABRUPT
Level 159: An annually published book containing many kinds of world records GUINNESS
Level 159: The largest South American country BRAZIL
Level 159: An annually published book containing many kinds of world records GUINNESS
Level 159: An extremely sad event or type of theatrical play TRAGEDY
Level 159: Headpiece for a king or queen CROWN
Level 159: Headpiece for a king or queen CROWN
Level 159: It’s important to arrive __ ____ for meetings to not keep people ONTIME
Level 159: Some of the most complex joints in your body; these connect your KNEES
Level 159: Sounds arranged to be pleasing to the ear MUSIC
Level 159: A building used for worship TEMPLE
Level 159: Sudden and unexpected ABRUPT
Level 159: An extremely sad event or type of theatrical play TRAGEDY
Level 159: The largest South American country BRAZIL
Level 159: Some of the most complex joints in your body; these connect your KNEES
Level 159: What is this difficult to judge situation? GREYAREA
Level 159: What type of massage is this? BACKRUB
Level 159: Sharp, pointed tools used in sewing and knitting NEEDLES
Level 159: Black and white Oriental symbol of balance YINYANG
Level 159: Professional who can unclog toilets and drains and fix pipes PLUMBER
Level 159: On a ______ phone, numbers are placed in a circular dialing mechanism ROTARY
Level 159: “_____ and Demons”, 2009 Tom Hanks movie based on the Dan Brown novel ANGELS
Level 160: A logical failure which renders an argument invalid FALLACY
Level 160: There are typically 12 of these in a large pizza SLICES
Level 160: Defects or blemishes that mar an object’s perfection FLAWS
Level 160: Hairy tropical fruit used for both its milk and oil COCONUT
Level 160: Professional who deals in cut flowers and bouquets FLORIST
Level 160: Indonesian island famous for its coffee; a computer programming language JAVA
Level 160: Indonesian island famous for its coffee; a computer programming language JAVA
Level 160: Coin-operated public music player JUKEBOX
Level 160: Italian supercar brand, maker of the Veyron BUGATTI
Level 160: What is this large room? BALLROOM
Level 160: Party game where players dance under a progressively lower bar LIMBO
Level 160: Synonymous with beginner or amateur NOVICE
Level 160: Party game where players dance under a progressively lower bar LIMBO
Level 160: Professional who deals in cut flowers and bouquets FLORIST
Level 160: A logical failure which renders an argument invalid FALLACY
Level 160: Synonymous with beginner or amateur NOVICE
Level 160: Defects or blemishes that mar an object’s perfection FLAWS
Level 160: There are typically 12 of these in a large pizza SLICE
Level 160: Time period between the past and the future PRESENT
Level 160: Italian supercar brand, maker of the Veyron BUGATTI
Level 160: What is this large room? BALLROOM
Level 160: Jell-o is a type of _______ dessert GELATIN
Level 160: Removing creases from fabric with heat IRONING
Level 160: One plays the piano using these digits FINGERS
Level 160: Mythical ape-like creature named for the large tracks it leaves behind BIGFOOT
Level 160: An extremely sad event; type of theatrical play favored by Shakespeare TRAGEDY
Level 160: Nobody moves like this main character on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” CARLTON
Level 160: Large fish-eating bird with a mouth pouch PELICAN
Level 161: A road that leads nowhere DEADEND
Level 161: What is this style of childish art? HANDPRINT
Level 161: African language spoken in countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, and SWAHILI
Level 161: A road that leads nowhere DEADEND
Level 161: Dark colored liquid used for cleaning wounds IODINE
Level 161: Popular Asian cooking method where ingredients are combined in a HOTPOT
Level 161: Largest city in the U.S. state of Kansas; mentioned in the White WICHITA
Level 161: To fall at a rapid speed PLUMMET
Level 161: One way to quit cursing is putting money into one of these every SWEARJAR
Level 161: Professionals who make and sell bread BAKERS
Level 161: The body part between the elbow and the hand FOREARM
Level 161: Popular Asian cooking method where ingredients are combined in a HOTPOT
Level 161: Production facility for beer BREWERY
Level 161: The practice of dressing up as a character in a book, movie, TV show, COSPLAY
Level 161: African language spoken in countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, and SWAHILI
Level 161: The _______, an epic poem written by Homer ODYSSEY
Level 161: Largest city in the U.S. state of Kansas; mentioned in the White WICHITA
Level 161: The body part between the elbow and the hand FOREARM
Level 161: This bird is the main course for Thanksgiving TURKEY
Level 161: The practice of dressing up as a character in a book, movie, TV show, COSPLAY
Level 161: The _______, an epic poem written by Homer ODYSSEY
Level 161: To fall at a rapid speed PLUMMET
Level 161: Dark colored liquid used for cleaning wounds IODINE
Level 161: What is missing from this picture? KNIGHTS
Level 161: One way to quit cursing is putting money into one of these every SWEARJAR
Level 161: US writer _____ Miller wrote “The Crucible” and “Death of a Salesman” ARTHUR
Level 161: What is this style of childish art? HANDPRINT
Level 161: What US sports car company has this animal as its symbol? MUSTANG
Level 161: What is this stinging insect? FIREANT
Level 161: Modest; not arrogant HUMBLE
Level 162: A language spoken by Dutch descendants in South Africa AFRIKAANS
Level 162: Laundry option for non-machine-washable clothes DRYCLEAN
Level 162: Airplane passenger chairs furthest from the window AISLESEAT
Level 162: Expression; one who tends to overreact emotionally DRAMAQUEEN
Level 162: A language spoken by Dutch descendants in South Africa AFRIKAANS
Level 162: Covers used to block sunlight from entering a room CURTAINS
Level 162: Airplane passenger chairs furthest from the window AISLESEAT
Level 162: Expression; one who tends to overreact emotionally DRAMAQUEEN
Level 162: Famous French expression to show shock or surprise OOHLALA
Level 162: Insulated portable container to keep food and drinks cold COOLER
Level 162: Female crime fighter following in the footsteps of the caped crusader BATGIRL
Level 162: The Spanish language has two genders, masculine and _________ FEMININE
Level 162: Laundry option for non-machine-washable clothes DRYCLEAN
Level 162: Something incredible which cannot be easily explained; seen as divine MIRACLE
Level 162: Famous French expression to show shock or surprise OOHLALA
Level 162: Sailors who steal from other vessels; also, people who illegally PIRATE
Level 162: Covers used to block sunlight from entering a room CURTAINS
Level 162: Dress code for dinner parties and other special occasions FORMAL
Level 162: Something incredible which cannot be easily explained; seen as divine MIRACLE
Level 162: Sailors who steal from other vessels; also, people who illegally PIRATE
Level 162: The Spanish language has two genders, masculine and _________ FEMININE
Level 162: Female crime fighter following in the footsteps of the caped crusader BATGIRL
Level 162: What is this animal? BLUEWHALE
Level 162: _____ Pattinson, English actor who played Edward Cullen in the Twilight ROBERT
Level 162: To astonish or surprise someone AMAZE
Level 162: _____ E. Cheese, kids’ party venue with animatronic mascots CHUCK
Level 162: Something spoken about in hushed tones SECRET
Level 162: Hairstyle of Mr. T MOHAWK
Level 162: A leather case for bills, photos, cards, and more WALLET
Level 162: Alternative to automatic, in cars MANUAL
Level 163: 1976 Martin Scorsese film starring Robert De Niro as a New York TAXIDRIVER
Level 163: Addictive chemical found in tobacco leaves NICOTINE
Level 163: Addictive chemical found in tobacco leaves NICOTINE
Level 163: What is this playground equipment? JUNGLEGYM
Level 163: An adhesive so powerful it should have a cape SUPERGLUE
Level 163: An exercise machine that allows its user to run long distances in TREADMILL
Level 163: An adhesive so powerful it should have a cape SUPERGLUE
Level 163: An exercise machine that allows its user to run long distances in TREADMILL
Level 163: Degenerative mental disease that plagues the elderly DEMENTIA
Level 163: Leaving extra money on the table for a restaurant server TIPPING
Level 163: What can this insect make you feel? ITCHY
Level 163: Degenerative mental disease that plagues the elderly DEMENTIA
Level 163: Leaving extra money on the table for a restaurant server TIPPING
Level 163: Outdoor grill used for cooking meat and vegetables BARBECUE
Level 163: What kind of employment situation is this? FREELANCE
Level 163: The Cold War structure that divided the German capital into eastern BERLINWALL
Level 163: The Cold War structure that divided the German capital into eastern BERLINWALL
Level 163: 1976 Martin Scorsese film starring Robert De Niro as a New York TAXIDRIVER
Level 163: The Milky Way is this type of celestial body GALAXY
Level 163: What is this playground equipment? JUNGLEGYM
Level 163: Outdoor grill used for cooking meat and vegetables BARBECUE
Level 163: What kind of employment situation is this? FREELANCE
Level 163: Land surrounded by water on all sides ISLAND
Level 163: Something that can be chosen for a particular situation OPTION
Level 163: Car used to carry a coffin to a funeral HEARSE
Level 163: A movie that uses a similar plot to the original, but is enhanced REMAKE
Level 163: Underground passageway through a mountain TUNNEL
Level 164: A feeling one gets when there’s nothing interesting to do BOREDOM
Level 164: A machine for keeping grass short LAWNMOWER
Level 164: A machine for keeping grass short LAWNMOWER
Level 164: The process though which conclusions can be drawn from data ANALYSIS
Level 164: Insect species which includes both goliath and ladybugs BEETLE
Level 164: What is this vehicle called? HOVERCRAFT
Level 164: Insect species which includes both goliath and ladybugs BEETLE
Level 164: Popular Chinese video sharing app TIKTOK
Level 164: The process though which conclusions can be drawn from data ANALYSIS
Level 164: Underwater craft that navigates using sonar SUBMARINE
Level 164: A feeling one gets when there’s nothing interesting to do BOREDOM
Level 164: Unable to be harmed INVINCIBLE
Level 164: Unable to be harmed INVINCIBLE
Level 164: Underwater craft that navigates using sonar SUBMARINE
Level 164: Popular Chinese video sharing app TIKTOK
Level 164: What is this vehicle called? HOVERCRAFT
Level 164: To be joined together UNITED
Level 164: A GPS needs you to input one of these to know where to guide you ADDRESS
Level 164: Writing your name on a document to show you acknowledge its contents SIGNING
Level 164: The official offices of an ambassador EMBASSY
Level 164: The cold-hearted miser who says “bah, humbug!” to Christmas SCROOGE
Level 164: When an object is partially or completely covered by another OVERLAP
Level 164: What color do these colors combine to form? PURPLE
Level 165: Common gymnastics pose where the person balances themselves upside-down HANDSTAND
Level 165: The fictional address of Sherlock’s home BAKERSTREET
Level 165: Desirable features of an apartment that make it more appealing to AMENITIES
Level 165: Fictional Doctor who can talk to animals DOOLITTLE
Level 165: The Mission: Impossible and Die Hard series are examples of these ACTIONMOVIES
Level 165: God of the seas POSEIDON
Level 165: God of the seas POSEIDON
Level 165: Having all necessary parts; not missing anything COMPLETE
Level 165: What is this head accessory? HAIRBAND
Level 165: Popular talk show which Jon Stewart hosted for 16 years DAILYSHOW
Level 165: What is this kind of children’s gathering? PAJAMAPARTY
Level 165: Popular televised singing competition in the US AMERICANIDOL
Level 165: Type of document can only be accessed with a security clearance CLASSIFIED
Level 165: Common gymnastics pose where the person balances themselves upside-down HANDSTAND
Level 165: The fictional address of Sherlock’s home BAKERSTREET
Level 165: Popular televised singing competition in the US AMERICANIDOL
Level 165: The Mission: Impossible and Die Hard series are examples of these ACTIONMOVIES
Level 165: Type of document can only be accessed with a security clearance CLASSIFIED
Level 165: What is this famous 80s romance movie? DIRTYDANCING
Level 165: What is this famous 80s romance movie? DIRTYDANCING
Level 165: Fictional Doctor who can talk to animals DOOLITTLE
Level 165: What is this kind of children’s gathering? PAJAMAPARTY
Level 166: ________ Cumberbatch starred in Sherlock and Dr. Strange BENEDICT
Level 166: Mcdonald’s offering that comes with a toy HAPPYMEAL
Level 166: An _______ buy is a purchase made based on a sudden urge IMPULSE
Level 166: Being struck by Cupid’s _____ means you have fallen in love ARROW
Level 166: Being struck by Cupid’s _____ means you have fallen in love ARROW
Level 166: Lead singer of Guns n’ Roses AXLROSE
Level 166: Biggest search engine on the internet GOOGLE
Level 166: Don’t look it in the mouth! GIFTHORSE
Level 166: An _______ buy is a purchase made based on a sudden urge IMPULSE
Level 166: Closely compacted together; high concentration DENSE
Level 166: Popular 90s American sitcom about six people living in New York City FRIENDS
Level 166: Don’t look it in the mouth! GIFTHORSE
Level 166: Lead singer of Guns n’ Roses AXLROSE
Level 166: Toyota’s most famous hybrid vehicle PRIUS
Level 166: ________ Cumberbatch starred in Sherlock and Dr. Strange BENEDICT
Level 166: Mcdonald’s offering that comes with a toy HAPPYMEAL
Level 166: Closely compacted together; high concentration DENSE
Level 166: The person facing charges in court DEFENDANT
Level 166: The phase when an aircraft goes into flight TAKEOFF
Level 166: The person facing charges in court DEFENDANT
Level 166: Toyota’s most famous hybrid vehicle PRIUS
Level 166: What is this way to select a candidate? NOMINATE
Level 166: Part of the refrigerator with the lowest temperatures FREEZER
Level 166: A set of icons in an app that can be clicked to activate functions TOOLBAR
Level 166: Abstaining from all or most kinds of food or drink FASTING
Level 167: 2019 Marvel movie that concluded the Thanos saga ENDGAME
Level 167: A dinner and a movie between two couples DOUBLEDATE
Level 167: Neil _________ predates Michael Jackson as the pioneer of the moonwalk ARMSTRONG
Level 167: Expression; having a lot of money or resources DEEPPOCKETS
Level 167: Stretched vehicle allowing for a lounge-style experience on wheels LIMOUSINE
Level 167: Male horse kept for breeding; a stud STALLION
Level 167: Scientist who studies the stars; don’t confuse one with an Astrologist ASTRONOMER
Level 167: Male horse kept for breeding; a stud STALLION
Level 167: Neil _________ predates Michael Jackson as the pioneer of the moonwalk ARMSTRONG
Level 167: A dinner and a movie between two couples DOUBLEDATE
Level 167: Party for the whole neighborhood, typically held on a closed-off BLOCKPARTY
Level 167: Person or company that buys and sells paintings ARTDEALER
Level 167: Title given to the wife of the president of US FIRSTLADY
Level 167: Expression; having a lot of money or resources DEEPPOCKETS
Level 167: Scientist who studies the stars; don’t confuse one with an Astrologist ASTRONOMER
Level 167: 2019 Marvel movie that concluded the Thanos saga ENDGAME
Level 167: Stretched vehicle allowing for a lounge-style experience on wheels LIMOUSINE
Level 167: This was responsible for the sinking of the Titanic ICEBERG
Level 167: What is this delicious baked good? CHERRYPIE
Level 167: Title given to the wife of the president of US FIRSTLADY
Level 167: Person or company that buys and sells paintings ARTDEALER
Level 167: Traditional grain-based foods served in a bowl of milk CEREALS
Level 167: A feeling of unhappiness SADNESS
Level 167: Party for the whole neighborhood, typically held on a closed-off BLOCKPARTY
Level 167: Voters choose between these election hopefuls CANDIDATES
Level 167: Traditional grain-based foods served in a bowl of milk CEREALS
Level 167: What is this delicious baked good? CHERRYPIE
Level 167: 2015 sci-fi movie starring Matt Damon and his return home MARTIAN
Level 167: In English, “the” and “a” are examples of this ARTICLE
Level 167: The ______ system transmits signals throughout the body NERVOUS
Level 167: You are not getting presents from Santa if you are on the ______ NAUGHTY
Level 168: Band started by Nirvana’s drummer in 1994; sang Everlong FOOFIGHTERS
Level 168: Popular sandwich originating from Philadelphia CHEESESTEAK
Level 168: Cars expel gasses from the _______ pipe EXHAUST
Level 168: Movies which continue the story of the previous movie SEQUELS
Level 168: During an emergency at sea, the captain might order ___ _____ on ALLHANDS
Level 168: To amplify beyond the truth; to overstate EXAGGERATE
Level 168: Cars expel gasses from the _______ pipe EXHAUST
Level 168: Field of biology that studies the structure of the body ANATOMY
Level 168: George _______ starred in Ocean’s Eleven and Syriana CLOONEY
Level 168: What is this furniture? CHAIR
Level 168: What is this item that protects the wall? DOORSTOPPER
Level 168: It is said to be ___ ____ for a black cat to cross your path BADLUCK
Level 168: It is said to be ___ ____ for a black cat to cross your path BADLUCK
Level 168: Like a telescope, but for both eyes BINOCULARS
Level 168: Like a telescope, but for both eyes BINOCULARS
Level 168: Meat-eating animals CARNIVORE
Level 168: What is this information storage solution? DATACENTER
Level 168: Band started by Nirvana’s drummer in 1994; sang Everlong FOOFIGHTERS
Level 168: Covering for a sword or other bladed weapon SHEATH
Level 168: Movies which continue the story of the previous movie SEQUELS
Level 168: Popular sandwich originating from Philadelphia CHEESESTEAK
Level 168: Technical name for the belly or stomach area ABDOMEN
Level 168: Field of biology that studies the structure of the body ANATOMY
Level 168: Scholars who study the structure and use of language LINGUISTS
Level 168: Scholars who study the structure and use of language LINGUISTS
Level 168: Technical name for the belly or stomach area ABDOMEN
Level 168: This Canadian-American personality has hosted Jeopardy since 1984 ALEXTREBEK
Level 168: What is this speaking skill? BILINGUAL
Level 168: This Canadian-American personality has hosted Jeopardy since 1984 ALEXTREBEK
Level 168: To amplify beyond the truth; to overstate EXAGGERATE
Level 168: During an emergency at sea, the captain might order ___ _____ on ALLHANDS
Level 168: What is this information storage solution? DATACENTER
Level 168: Meat-eating animals CARNIVORE
Level 168: What is this item that protects the wall? DOORSTOPPER
Level 168: George _______ starred in Ocean’s Eleven and Syriana CLOONEY
Level 168: Sea _____, a spiky sea critter URCHIN
Level 168: What is this speaking skill? BILINGUAL
Level 168: What type of coffee is this? DECAF
Level 168: Lacking a pattern; impossible to predict RANDOM
Level 168: Number system composed of 1s and 0s BINARY
Level 168: Pyrotechnics used to signal for help FLARES
Level 168: In the movie “The Lion King”, he is the father of Simba MUFASA
Level 169: A personal website where one leaves their writings and photos; Ann BLOG
Level 169: Month where every store plays songs about sleighs and red noses DECEMBER
Level 169: An element of an artistic work that has been overused and lost its CLICHE
Level 169: Nickname for Boston given for its local dish BEANTOWN
Level 169: An type of medication that relies on believing it is real PLACEBO
Level 169: The Big ______ is a constellation in the shape of a bowl with a handle DIPPER
Level 169: A personal website where one leaves their writings and photos; Ann BLOG
Level 169: Martin Luther King, Jr. famously said I have a _____ DREAM
Level 169: Extracting valuable minerals from underground MINING
Level 169: Month where every store plays songs about sleighs and red noses DECEMBER
Level 169: An element of an artistic work that has been overused and lost its CLICHE
Level 169: Nickname for Boston given for its local dish BEANTOWN
Level 169: Sum of money charged for attending a school TUITION
Level 169: What is this epidemic disease? BIRDFLU
Level 169: Sum of money charged for attending a school TUITION
Level 169: The Big ______ is a constellation in the shape of a bowl with a handle DIPPER
Level 169: Daughters of one’s brother or sister NIECES
Level 169: To approximate or roughly calculate ESTIMATE
Level 169: To approximate or roughly calculate ESTIMATE
Level 169: What is this epidemic disease? BIRDFLU
Level 169: An type of medication that relies on believing it is real PLACEBO
Level 169: Who is this actor-turned-director? EASTWOOD
Level 169: To expel air from the lungs EXHALE
Level 169: Spicy green paste typically served with sushi WASABI
Level 169: Precedes “Red Riding Hood”; small in size LITTLE
Level 169: ______ Brothers, US entertainment conglomerate WARNER
Level 170: 21 ____ ______, a popular 1980’s cop show that was remade with Jonah JUMPSTREET
Level 170: What is this vehicle? SPACESHIP
Level 170: Capital of Cuba HAVANA
Level 170: Former US Vice President who starred in An Inconvenient Truth ALGORE
Level 170: 21 ____ ______, a popular 1980’s cop show that was remade with Jonah JUMPSTREET
Level 170: Former US Vice President who starred in An Inconvenient Truth ALGORE
Level 170: Headmaster of a fictional wizarding school DUMBLEDORE
Level 170: This mountain range has many of Earth’s highest peaks, including HIMALAYA
Level 170: Home country of the famous Reggae musician, Bob Marley JAMAICA
Level 170: Series of black lines that can be scanned to get product information BARCODE
Level 170: Series of black lines that can be scanned to get product information BARCODE
Level 170: The _____ ______, novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald set in the Roaring GREATGATSBY
Level 170: Headmaster of a fictional wizarding school DUMBLEDORE
Level 170: The _____ ______, novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald set in the Roaring GREATGATSBY
Level 170: Home country of the famous Reggae musician, Bob Marley JAMAICA
Level 170: This mountain range has many of Earth’s highest peaks, including HIMALAYA
Level 170: This type of school does not allow boys to attend ALLGIRL
Level 170: What is this vehicle? SPACESHIP
Level 170: You might do this in your head when you’re trying to sleep COUNTSHEEP
Level 170: Capital of Cuba HAVANA
Level 170: You might do this in your head when you’re trying to sleep COUNTSHEEP
Level 170: What type of pizza is this? DEEPDISH
Level 170: Bow-and-arrow-wielding member of the Avengers HAWKEYE
Level 170: Tough material made from treated animal skins LEATHER
Level 170: Bald headed scavenging bird VULTURE
Level 170: What is this competitive cooking show originally from Japan? IRONCHEF
Level 170: What is this difficult to judge situation? GREYAREA
Level 170: Ancient Egyptian paper made from reeds PAPYRUS
Level 171: ______ beloved, we are gathered here today… DEARLY
Level 171: Lacking both shoes and socks BAREFOOT
Level 171: 1995 buddy cop film starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence BADBOYS
Level 171: Slower and much bigger cousins of alligators CROCODILES
Level 171: A professional who repairs and makes items with iron BLACKSMITH
Level 171: What is this profession? AUCTIONEER
Level 171: An object placed in vehicles to keep toddlers in place CHILDSEAT
Level 171: An object placed in vehicles to keep toddlers in place CHILDSEAT
Level 171: In this US state, the sun doesn’t set from late May to late July ALASKA
Level 171: Type of fish that needs special preparation to prevent poisoning PUFFER
Level 171: Type of insect with between 30 and 350 legs CENTIPEDE
Level 171: Lacking both shoes and socks BAREFOOT
Level 171: Trial run of a play, concert or other work REHEARSAL
Level 171: A professional who repairs and makes items with iron BLACKSMITH
Level 171: One-way road leaving a main highway OFFRAMP
Level 171: One-way road leaving a main highway OFFRAMP
Level 171: Slower and much bigger cousins of alligators CROCODILES
Level 171: 1995 buddy cop film starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence BADBOYS
Level 171: Largest subspecies of tiger by population; also called the Indian BENGAL
Level 171: This is the capital of Thailand BANGKOK
Level 171: Trial run of a play, concert or other work REHEARSAL
Level 171: Working past normal working hours OVERTIME
Level 171: Type of insect with between 30 and 350 legs CENTIPEDE
Level 171: In this US state, the sun doesn’t set from late May to late July ALASKA
Level 171: What is this profession? AUCTIONEER
Level 171: This is the capital of Thailand BANGKOK
Level 171: Working past normal working hours OVERTIME
Level 171: What is this moon shape? CRESCENT
Level 171: Cartoon cat Garfield famously hates this weekday MONDAY
Level 172: A criminal might cut a deal to get _______ from prosecution IMMUNITY
Level 172: The aviation branch of a nation’s military AIRFORCE
Level 172: A day for hoaxes and other practical jokes APRILFOOLS
Level 172: Sensationalized news titles designed to lure in curious readers CLICKBAIT
Level 172: A person who conveys beliefs and opinions that he or she doesn’t HYPOCRITE
Level 172: To express regret and say sorry APOLOGIZE
Level 172: A person who conveys beliefs and opinions that he or she doesn’t HYPOCRITE
Level 172: Journey back to health from injury or illness RECOVERY
Level 172: An address delivered to an audience SPEECH
Level 172: Sensationalized news titles designed to lure in curious readers CLICKBAIT
Level 172: This character is married to Howard Wolowitz in The Big Bang Theory BERNADETTE
Level 172: The aviation branch of a nation’s military AIRFORCE
Level 172: What is this mathematical operation? SQUAREROOT
Level 172: A criminal might cut a deal to get _______ from prosecution IMMUNITY
Level 172: This character is married to Howard Wolowitz in The Big Bang Theory BERNADETTE
Level 172: This portable bed can be deflated for storage AIRMATTRESS
Level 172: What is this biweekly US magazine? ROLLINGSTONE
Level 172: Journey back to health from injury or illness RECOVERY
Level 172: Lachrymose stuffed donkey from “Winnie the Pooh” EEYORE
Level 172: To express regret and say sorry APOLOGIZE
Level 172: This portable bed can be deflated for storage AIRMATTRESS
Level 172: What is this biweekly US magazine? ROLLINGSTONE
Level 172: A day for hoaxes and other practical jokes APRILFOOLS
Level 172: What is this mathematical operation? SQUAREROOT
Level 172: Martin Luther King Jr. famously said “I have a _____” DREAM
Level 172: Hypothetical perfect society UTOPIA
Level 172: Sounds arranged to be pleasing to the ear MUSIC
Level 172: Commonwealth country neighboring Rwanda and Kenya UGANDA
Level 172: What type of long-distance friend is this? PENPAL
Level 173: A _____ card is a payment method that pays from the user’s checking DEBIT
Level 173: Branch of philosophy that seeks to resolve questions of morality ETHICS
Level 173: Another word for a movie theatre CINEMA
Level 173: A object to prevent drink spillage while in a vehicle CUPHOLDER
Level 173: A popped ______ is a fashion trend closely associated with polo shirts COLLAR
Level 173: Legendary German composer who famously continued composing after BEETHOVEN
Level 173: An early _______ always tries to get their hands on the latest technology ADOPTER
Level 173: A object to prevent drink spillage while in a vehicle CUPHOLDER
Level 173: 2D representation of a sphere CIRCLE
Level 173: Another word for a movie theatre CINEMA
Level 173: What is this a small sour fruit? CRABAPPLE
Level 173: Branch of philosophy that seeks to resolve questions of morality ETHICS
Level 173: In tennis, a tie that can only be broken by a player scoring twice DEUCE
Level 173: A popped ______ is a fashion trend closely associated with polo shirts COLLAR
Level 173: Experts make these based on current data FORECASTS
Level 173: An early _______ always tries to get their hands on the latest technology ADOPTER
Level 173: In tennis, a tie that can only be broken by a player scoring twice DEUCE
Level 173: Experts make these based on current data FORECASTS
Level 173: Legendary German composer who famously continued composing after BEETHOVEN
Level 173: US state where Las Vegas is located NEVADA
Level 173: Pretend to sing live by matching mouth movement to a recording LIPSYNC
Level 173: Professional who designs buildings and may supervise their construction ARCHITECT
Level 173: A _____ card is a payment method that pays from the user’s checking DEBIT
Level 173: Professional who designs buildings and may supervise their construction ARCHITECT
Level 173: Pretend to sing live by matching mouth movement to a recording LIPSYNC
Level 173: What is this a small sour fruit? CRABAPPLE
Level 173: Injury that causes the skin to turn blue or purple BRUISE
Level 173: Car gear used to go backward REVERSE
Level 173: John Fitzgerald _______, the 35th US president KENNEDY
Level 174: A contingency in case things go awry BACKUPPLAN
Level 174: Minimal men’s swimwear SPEEDO
Level 174: An official ban on trade with a particular country EMBARGO
Level 174: Game where players try to hit pucks into goals on a low-friction AIRHOCKEY
Level 174: Equal, Sweet N’Low, and Splenda are types of _________ sweeteners ARTIFICIAL
Level 174: The enemy of the protagonist in a movie or book ANTAGONIST
Level 174: Game where players try to hit pucks into goals on a low-friction AIRHOCKEY
Level 174: Integers which are not divisible by two ODDNUMBERS
Level 174: Integers which are not divisible by two ODDNUMBERS
Level 174: The sons of your siblings NEPHEWS
Level 174: What is this situation that causes delay in a process or system? BOTTLENECK
Level 174: Equal, Sweet N’Low, and Splenda are types of _________ sweeteners ARTIFICIAL
Level 174: Minimal men’s swimwear SPEEDO
Level 174: A contingency in case things go awry BACKUPPLAN
Level 174: The enemy of the protagonist in a movie or book ANTAGONIST
Level 174: To retrace one’s steps; an effective method for finding lost items BACKTRACK
Level 174: Kubrick’s horror movie about a haunted house, “The _______” SHINING
Level 174: To retrace one’s steps; an effective method for finding lost items BACKTRACK
Level 174: What is this situation that causes delay in a process or system? BOTTLENECK
Level 174: A mother’s ________ instincts kick in when her children need care MATERNAL
Level 174: “The _______ Eight” is Quentin Tarantino’s eighth film, released HATEFUL
Level 174: Person who vigorously supports their country PATRIOT
Level 174: Kiev is the capital of this country UKRAINE
Level 174: Religious denominations that adhere more strictly to traditional ORTHODOX
Level 175: _________ of Broken Dreams, a 2004 song by Green Day BOULEVARD
Level 175: A GPS needs you to input one of these to help navigate ADDRESS
Level 175: Someone’s ________ Heel is their weak point ACHILLES
Level 175: End-of-term ceremony marking the completion of studies GRADUATION
Level 175: Might be seen on a person’s head during the Wild West COWBOYHAT
Level 175: Might be seen on a person’s head during the Wild West COWBOYHAT
Level 175: The second largest country in South America ARGENTINA
Level 175: A GPS needs you to input one of these to help navigate ADDRESS
Level 175: Ryan Reynolds spent 10 years to get this R-rated comic book movie DEADPOOL
Level 175: End-of-term ceremony marking the completion of studies GRADUATION
Level 175: Someone’s ________ Heel is their weak point ACHILLES
Level 175: Story time monster used to scare children into good behavior BOGEYMAN
Level 175: What is this city? LOSANGELES
Level 175: The second largest country in South America ARGENTINA
Level 175: Story time monster used to scare children into good behavior BOGEYMAN
Level 175: What is this city? LOSANGELES
Level 175: Word; a term that is in fashion at a certain time BUZZWORD
Level 175: ________ glands produce the spit in your mouth SALIVARY
Level 175: A painful poke from a flying yellow buzzer BEESTING
Level 175: A public display in a gallery EXHIBIT
Level 175: _____ jacks are an exercise where one hops up and down, making a JUMPING
Level 175: Signal chemicals in your body like dopamine, adrenaline, or estrogen HORMONES

Level 176: ________ to Entry are factors that make it difficult to enter an BARRIERS
Level 176: Double __________ tournaments require two losses to be knocked out ELIMINATION
Level 176: A vehicle’s turn signals are also called this BLINKERS
Level 176: Legendary US baseball player; one of the first superstars in sports BABERUTH
Level 176: A vehicle’s turn signals are also called this BLINKERS
Level 176: A working class person who performs manual labor BLUECOLLAR
Level 176: Annual music and art festival held in April in Indio, California COACHELLA
Level 176: After a coupon does this, you can no longer use it EXPIRES
Level 176: Double __________ tournaments require two losses to be knocked out ELIMINATION
Level 176: If a boat starts sinking, people might say this! ABANDONSHIP
Level 176: Expression; very noticeable EYECATCHING
Level 176: In US politics, a policy or measure with support from both major BIPARTISAN
Level 176: A working class person who performs manual labor BLUECOLLAR
Level 176: If a boat starts sinking, people might say this! ABANDONSHIP
Level 176: Expression; very noticeable EYECATCHING
Level 176: In US politics, a policy or measure with support from both major BIPARTISAN
Level 176: ________ to Entry are factors that make it difficult to enter an BARRIERS
Level 176: Legendary US baseball player; one of the first superstars in sports BABERUTH
Level 176: When a decision cannot be reached in court HUNGJURY
Level 176: Annual music and art festival held in April in Indio, California COACHELLA
Level 176: Small dishes served before the main course APPETIZER
Level 176: Small dishes served before the main course APPETIZER
Level 176: The backside of a basketball basket BACKBOARD
Level 176: The backside of a basketball basket BACKBOARD
Level 176: Very tall building of steel and glass, often seen in dense modern SKYSCRAPER
Level 176: Small circular object used to fasten clothes BUTTON
Level 176: What are these regular tenants of college dorms? FRUITFLIES
Level 176: What are these regular tenants of college dorms? FRUITFLIES
Level 176: Very tall building of steel and glass, often seen in dense modern SKYSCRAPER
Level 176: What is this safety practice? FIREDRILL
Level 176: Who is this figure from Greek mythology? ICARUS
Level 176: A type of lollipop that has gum inside BLOWPOP
Level 176: Eight-legged arthropod, typically living in webs that they create SPIDER
Level 176: What is this semi-formal attire? TUXEDO
Level 176: Free from disturbance; at peace TRANQUIL
Level 176: First name of Harry Potter’s godfather SIRIUS
Level 176: The “Last ______” is Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous mural painting SUPPER
Level 176: What does this luggage tag denote? FRAGILE
Level 177: A witch may use one of these to fly BROOMSTICK
Level 177: Expression; a ___________ sword is something with both good and bad DOUBLEEDGED
Level 177: Common shape made by lying in fresh snow and moving ones arms and SNOWANGEL
Level 177: Legendary basketball star who had a heated rivalry with Magic Johnson LARRYBIRD
Level 177: Expression; a ___________ sword is something with both good and bad DOUBLEEDGED
Level 177: Singers and performers aspire to go to this famous street in New BROADWAY
Level 177: Iconic giant lizard who terrorizes Japan and fights other giant monsters GODZILLA
Level 177: Iconic giant lizard who terrorizes Japan and fights other giant monsters GODZILLA
Level 177: Jumping on this is to join something only after it has become popular BANDWAGON
Level 177: Opiate which is commonly prescribed to control pain MORPHINE
Level 177: What is this Steven Spielberg movie film series? INDIANAJONES
Level 177: Legendary basketball star who had a heated rivalry with Magic Johnson LARRYBIRD
Level 177: Someone whose net worth has 3 commas BILLIONAIRE
Level 177: Common shape made by lying in fresh snow and moving ones arms and SNOWANGEL
Level 177: Singers and performers aspire to go to this famous street in New BROADWAY
Level 177: Someone whose net worth has 3 commas BILLIONAIRE
Level 177: Something one does to their house or Christmas tree during the holidays DECORATE
Level 177: A witch may use one of these to fly BROOMSTICK
Level 177: Something one does to their house or Christmas tree during the holidays DECORATE
Level 177: The capital of the Netherlands AMSTERDAM
Level 177: Jumping on this is to join something only after it has become popular BANDWAGON
Level 177: What is this Steven Spielberg movie film series? INDIANAJONES
Level 177: Product price reduction DISCOUNT
Level 177: Hitting the center of the dartboard is called this BULLSEYE
Level 177: What is this telecommunication device? PAYPHONE
Level 177: A conflict fought between combatants from the same country CIVILWAR
Level 177: The food or drink of the gods, according to Greek mythology AMBROSIA
Level 178: ______ Buendchen, Brazilian model and activist GISELE
Level 178: A __________ check is used to verify a person is who they claim BACKGROUND
Level 178: A __________ check is used to verify a person is who they claim BACKGROUND
Level 178: A timetable of when events start and finish SCHEDULE
Level 178: A timetable of when events start and finish SCHEDULE
Level 178: In English, a form of a noun that expresses more than one PLURAL
Level 178: A word, borrowed from French, for someone you’re engaged to marry FIANCE
Level 178: This continent is home to the Sahara Desert AFRICA
Level 178: In English, a form of a noun that expresses more than one PLURAL
Level 178: What is this industrial machine? FORKLIFT
Level 178: What is this medieval weapon? CATAPULT
Level 178: A word, borrowed from French, for someone you’re engaged to marry FIANCE
Level 178: Staple newspaper word puzzle CROSSWORDS
Level 178: ______ Buendchen, Brazilian model and activist GISELE
Level 178: This continent is home to the Sahara Desert AFRICA
Level 178: To cause something to be slowly destroyed and broken down by natural DECOMPOSE
Level 178: To cause something to be slowly destroyed and broken down by natural DECOMPOSE
Level 178: Staple newspaper word puzzle CROSSWORDS
Level 178: What is this animal part? TENTACLE
Level 178: What is this industrial machine? FORKLIFT
Level 178: A restaurant’s listing of dishes specifically for children KIDSMENU
Level 178: Wanting to return to where you grew up HOMESICK
Level 178: Condition that affects the body’s ability to use insulin DIABETES
Level 178: Large snake species found in South America that gives its prey a ANACONDA
Level 178: Comic strip by Jim Davis about a pudgy orange cat GARFIELD
Level 178: A loan taken out to purchase a home MORTGAGE
Level 179: __________: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, 2004 comedy starring Will ANCHORMAN
Level 179: __________: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, 2004 comedy starring Will ANCHORMAN
Level 179: A 90’s TV featuring heroic lifeguards running in slow motion BAYWATCH
Level 179: Store which offers loans using personal property as the guarantee PAWNSHOP
Level 179: A high _____ _____ means low interest rates on your loans CREDITSCORE
Level 179: Who is this English physicist and mathematician ISAACNEWTON
Level 179: A 90’s TV featuring heroic lifeguards running in slow motion BAYWATCH
Level 179: A term to describe a visually-appealing person or object; an optical EYECANDY
Level 179: A transparent tank where fish and other water pets are kept AQUARIUM
Level 179: Medieval projectile weapon that fires bolts CROSSBOW
Level 179: Actor who starred in Good Will Hunting and Gone Girl BENAFFLECK
Level 179: A window installed in a roof SKYLIGHT
Level 179: Actor who starred in Good Will Hunting and Gone Girl BENAFFLECK
Level 179: This expression of disapproval is most beneficial in a constructive CRITICISM
Level 179: Annual multi-genre entertainment convention held in San Diego COMICCON
Level 179: A term to describe a visually-appealing person or object; an optical EYECANDY
Level 179: An area you must check while driving, especially when changing lanes BLINDSPOT
Level 179: Annual multi-genre entertainment convention held in San Diego COMICCON
Level 179: Outdoor market that sells second-hand goods FLEAMARKET
Level 179: A high _____ _____ means low interest rates on your loans CREDITSCORE
Level 179: Store which offers loans using personal property as the guarantee PAWNSHOP
Level 179: A window installed in a roof SKYLIGHT
Level 179: This expression of disapproval is most beneficial in a constructive CRITICISM
Level 179: University in Massachusetts with the most US presidents as alumni HARVARD
Level 179: University in Massachusetts with the most US presidents as alumni HARVARD
Level 179: What youth organization are they in? BOYSCOUTS
Level 179: Who is this English physicist and mathematician ISAACNEWTON
Level 179: Footrace that is 26.2 miles long MARATHON
Level 179: A monarch does this to formally relinquish their authority ABDICATE
Level 179: Annual festival for independent film makers held in Utah SUNDANCE
Level 179: “The pen is _______ than the sword” MIGHTIER
Level 180: 1939 movie depicting Dorothy’s journey home to Kansas WIZARDOFOZ
Level 180: Potential buyers can see the property during this period OPENHOUSE
Level 180: Being on ___ _____ involves having both arms and legs on the ground ALLFOURS
Level 180: Keyboard button for TYPING LIKE THIS CAPSLOCK
Level 180: Celebration in the sky with lights, smokes, and loud noises FIREWORKS
Level 180: Being on ___ _____ involves having both arms and legs on the ground ALLFOURS
Level 180: Continuously moving stairways often found in malls ESCALATORS
Level 180: Gift shops are packed with tourists buying these memorabilia SOUVENIRS
Level 180: Which famous athlete does this represent? TIGERWOODS
Level 180: Continuously moving stairways often found in malls ESCALATORS
Level 180: Keyboard button for TYPING LIKE THIS CAPSLOCK
Level 180: Occurring immediately in sequence; facing outwards in opposite directions BACKTOBACK
Level 180: People who compete in sports ATHLETES
Level 180: Occurring immediately in sequence; facing outwards in opposite directions BACKTOBACK
Level 180: People who compete in sports ATHLETES
Level 180: 1939 movie depicting Dorothy’s journey home to Kansas WIZARDOFOZ
Level 180: C.I.A. stands for the _______ Intelligence Agency CENTRAL
Level 180: Potential buyers can see the property during this period OPENHOUSE
Level 180: Gift shops are packed with tourists buying these memorabilia SOUVENIRS
Level 180: Space, the final ________. These are the voyages of the starship FRONTIER
Level 180: Spectators at a public event AUDIENCE
Level 180: Star-shaped symbol; used to point to annotations and footnotes ASTERISK
Level 180: Space, the final ________. These are the voyages of the starship FRONTIER
Level 180: Star-shaped symbol; used to point to annotations and footnotes ASTERISK
Level 180: Geometric shape with a square base and triangle sides PYRAMID
Level 180: What is this act of exposing something that is false or untrue? DEBUNK
Level 180: What is this act of exposing something that is false or untrue? DEBUNK
Level 180: Which famous athlete does this represent? TIGERWOODS
Level 180: What action is this? POURING
Level 180: What kind of band is this? ELASTIC
Level 181: _______ comedy is an act delivered by a comedian in front of an audience STANDUP
Level 181: This human organ has more connections than the Milky Way has stars BRAIN
Level 181: A turtle who prefers land over water TORTOISE
Level 181: u201CIt’s always the _______ before the dawn, a reminder to stay positive DARKEST
Level 181: Cadillac’s SUV brand ESCALADE
Level 181: Popular app that lets people rent out their rooms and properties AIRBNB
Level 181: Collection of weapons and military equipment; soccer club in London ARSENAL
Level 181: Innate behavior passed on through a species INSTINCT
Level 181: Indoor work locations OFFICE
Level 181: Negatively charged particle ELECTRON
Level 181: A turtle who prefers land over water TORTOISE
Level 181: Innate behavior passed on through a species INSTINCT
Level 181: Collection of weapons and military equipment; soccer club in London ARSENAL
Level 181: Popular app that lets people rent out their rooms and properties AIRBNB
Level 181: This human organ has more connections than the Milky Way has stars BRAIN
Level 181: What is this item? TEASPOON
Level 181: Cadillac’s SUV brand ESCALADE
Level 181: u201CIt’s always the _______ before the dawn, a reminder to stay positive DARKEST
Level 181: You can’t make one of these without breaking a few eggs OMELETTE
Level 181: What is this item? TEASPOON
Level 181: Sports spectators sit in these BLEACHERS
Level 181: Phrase; be aware of, remember BEARINMIND
Level 181: A device that keeps bird eggs in the right conditions to hatch INCUBATOR
Level 181: Holiday celebrated the day after Christmas in the UK and parts of BOXINGDAY
Level 181: What is this aquatic bird feature? WEBBEDFEET
Level 182: 2013 Disney movie about Anna’s journey to connect with her sister FROZEN
Level 182: Concentration of water vapour present in air HUMIDITY
Level 182: Cold turkey is one way to quit this compulsive behavior ADDICTION
Level 182: What is this American retailer? FOOTLOCKER
Level 182: Concentration of water vapour present in air HUMIDITY
Level 182: Energy obtained by harnessing the energy of the sun’s rays SOLARPOWER
Level 182: Cold turkey is one way to quit this compulsive behavior ADDICTION
Level 182: Energy obtained by harnessing the energy of the sun’s rays SOLARPOWER
Level 182: Fairy tale villain who huffs and puffs BIGBADWOLF
Level 182: Scientist who deals with everything on the periodic table CHEMIST
Level 182: To transform from a liquid to a gas EVAPORATE
Level 182: Fairy tale villain who huffs and puffs BIGBADWOLF
Level 182: One’s disposition toward something ATTITUDE
Level 182: Scientist who deals with everything on the periodic table CHEMIST
Level 182: The capital of Greece ATHENS
Level 182: 2013 Disney movie about Anna’s journey to connect with her sister FROZEN
Level 182: Skateboard with two wheels and a handlebar SCOOTER
Level 182: One’s disposition toward something ATTITUDE
Level 182: Sci-fi vehicle used to abandon ship ESCAPEPOD
Level 182: The capital of Greece ATHENS
Level 182: Tower containing a beacon light to guide ships at sea LIGHTHOUSE
Level 182: What are these natural phenomena? RAINBOWS
Level 182: Tower containing a beacon light to guide ships at sea LIGHTHOUSE
Level 182: What are these natural phenomena? RAINBOWS
Level 182: Skateboard with two wheels and a handlebar SCOOTER
Level 182: What is this American retailer? FOOTLOCKER
Level 182: The national bird of the United States BALDEAGLE
Level 182: A reduction of an employee’s rank or job title DEMOTION
Level 182: Type of working schedule that gives some control over work hours FLEXTIME
Level 182: Armor made up of many interlocking metal rings CHAINMAIL
Level 182: What is this deep sea animal called? ANGLERFISH
Level 182: Symbol of a martial arts master BLACKBELT
Level 183: A name referring to the Indian film industry BOLLYWOOD
Level 183: Actress and singer who was once the lead singer of Destiny’s Child BEYONCE
Level 183: Art of pretending to be someone else ACTING
Level 183: Brussels is the capital of this country BELGIUM
Level 183: Brussels is the capital of this country BELGIUM
Level 183: Folding clothes will create these lines CREASE
Level 183: Voters choose between these election hopefuls CANDIDATES
Level 183: Art of pretending to be someone else ACTING
Level 183: Kendrick Lamar, The Game, Ice Cube, and Dr. Dre came straight outta COMPTON
Level 183: Monkey with a long doglike snout BABOON
Level 183: US city nicknamed the Windy City CHICAGO
Level 183: Actress and singer who was once the lead singer of Destiny’s Child BEYONCE
Level 183: Students who have graduated from a particular school ALUMNI
Level 183: Construction vehicle that pushes dirt or rubble out of the way BULLDOZER
Level 183: Kendrick Lamar, The Game, Ice Cube, and Dr. Dre came straight outta COMPTON
Level 183: US city nicknamed the Windy City CHICAGO
Level 183: What is this necessary part of a vehicle? WINDSHIELD
Level 183: What is this necessary part of a vehicle? WINDSHIELD
Level 183: The study of celestial objects and space phenomena ASTRONOMY
Level 183: A female garment with a hemline at least four inches above the knee MINISKIRT
Level 183: A large advertisement seen in public spaces BILLBOARD
Level 183: What peculiar phenomenon is this? CROPCIRCLE
Level 183: In “The Big Bang Theory”, this character is married to Howard Wolowitz BERNADETTE
Level 183: Outdoor market that sells second-hand goods FLEAMARKET
Level 184: _______ Hopkins won an Oscar for Silence Of The Lamb ANTHONY
Level 184: What is this part of formal attire? DRESSSHOES
Level 184: _______ Hopkins won an Oscar for Silence Of The Lamb ANTHONY
Level 184: An unfortunate event that results in positive outcome is a ________ BLESSING
Level 184: Describes something people are required to do; opposite of optional MANDATORY
Level 184: Having an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance ARROGANT
Level 184: February gets an extra day when this occurs LEAPYEAR
Level 184: To deliberately make someone angry PROVOKE
Level 184: An official ban on trade with a particular country EMBARGO
Level 184: February gets an extra day when this occurs LEAPYEAR
Level 184: Game in which participants must solve clues to unlock the door and ESCAPEROOM
Level 184: Having an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance ARROGANT
Level 184: Newspaper cartoons served up in boxes COMICSTRIP
Level 184: An unfortunate event that results in positive outcome is a ________ BLESSING
Level 184: In baseball, a home run when all three bases are occupied GRANDSLAM
Level 184: Newspaper cartoons served up in boxes COMICSTRIP
Level 184: You should do this if you are too ill to go to work CALLINSICK
Level 184: Game in which participants must solve clues to unlock the door and ESCAPEROOM
Level 184: To deliberately make someone angry PROVOKE
Level 184: What is this part of formal attire? DRESSSHOES
Level 184: You should do this if you are too ill to go to work CALLINSICK
Level 184: What kind of store is this? RETAIL
Level 184: Reached a destination ARRIVED
Level 184: What is being measured? LENGTH
Level 184: Folding clothes will create these lines CREASES
Level 185: Department responsible for managing and measuring a company’s financial ACCOUNTING
Level 185: Department responsible for managing and measuring a company’s financial ACCOUNTING
Level 185: First showing of a movie or performance PREMIERE
Level 185: First showing of a movie or performance PREMIERE
Level 185: Gymnast who walks on a tightrope or swings on a trapeze ACROBAT
Level 185: Huge amphitheater built in Rome in the first century A.D. COLOSSEUM
Level 185: To travel between home and work COMMUTE
Level 185: Desirable features of an apartment that make it more appealing to AMENITIES
Level 185: Huge amphitheater built in Rome in the first century A.D. COLOSSEUM
Level 185: Make him __ _____ he can’t refuse ANOFFER
Level 185: Planet closest to the Sun; also a metal that is liquid at room temperature MERCURY
Level 185: Theme park that has been called the Happiest Place on Earth DISNEYLAND
Level 185: Small cars intended to be crashed into one another for amusement BUMPERCARS
Level 185: What is this buried container? TIMECAPSULE
Level 185: Someone whose job is to help another with their tasks ASSISTANT
Level 185: Who is this English poet? SHAKESPEARE
Level 185: Common gymnastics pose where the person balances their body upside-down HANDSTAND
Level 185: Gymnast who walks on a tightrope or swings on a trapeze ACROBAT
Level 185: Theme park that has been called the Happiest Place on Earth DISNEYLAND
Level 185: Small cars intended to be crashed into one another for amusement BUMPERCARS
Level 185: To travel between home and work COMMUTE
Level 185: To try to achieve something ATTEMPT
Level 185: Someone whose job is to help another with their tasks ASSISTANT
Level 185: What is this buried container? TIMECAPSULE
Level 185: Popular talk show which Jon Stewart hosted for 16 years DAILYSHOW
Level 185: What is this camping accessory? SLEEPINGBAG
Level 185: What is this camping accessory? SLEEPINGBAG
Level 185: Who is this English poet? SHAKESPEARE
Level 185: AC stands for “Air ___________” CONDITIONER
Level 185: What is this alternative name for sulfur? BRIMSTONE
Level 185: “A blessing in ________” is a seemingly bad situation that leads DISGUISE
Level 186: An __________ speech is given by someone receiving an award ACCEPTANCE
Level 186: Existing as an idea but not having a concrete existence ABSTRACT
Level 186: Being a necessary part of something ESSENTIAL
Level 186: Products in Apple’s laptop family MACBOOK
Level 186: An __________ speech is given by someone receiving an award ACCEPTANCE
Level 186: Existing as an idea but not having a concrete existence ABSTRACT
Level 186: Job, profession, work; how one earns a living OCCUPATION
Level 186: Led ________ recorded Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog, and Immigrant ZEPPELIN
Level 186: Having a high ____ _____ will lower interest rates on your loans CREDITSCORE
Level 186: Job, profession, work; how one earns a living OCCUPATION
Level 186: Led ________ recorded Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog, and Immigrant ZEPPELIN
Level 186: Products in Apple’s laptop family MACBOOK
Level 186: Who is this person of no importance or authority NOBODY
Level 186: The pyramids were constructed in _______ Egypt ANCIENT
Level 186: To block the passage of something OBSTRUCT
Level 186: What is this illegal act? JAYWALKING
Level 186: Being a necessary part of something ESSENTIAL
Level 186: Can be measured in F, C, and K TEMPERATURE
Level 186: Type of book that details a specific person’s life BIOGRAPHY
Level 186: What is this illegal act? JAYWALKING
Level 186: The pyramids were constructed in _______ Egypt ANCIENT
Level 186: Who is this person of no importance or authority NOBODY
Level 186: What is this unofficial statement? OFFTHERECORD
Level 186: A yearly celebration of an event such as a wedding or business opening ANNIVERSARY
Level 186: “Keeping up with the ________”, a reality show that follows the life KARDASHIANS
Level 186: Last resort for a fighter pilot to escape the cockpit EJECTORSEAT
Level 187: ______ Hoffman won two Oscars for Rain Man and Kramer vs. Kramer DUSTIN
Level 187: ______ Hoffman won two Oscars for Rain Man and Kramer vs. Kramer DUSTIN
Level 187: A scheduled stop between flights, where you transfer to another plane LAYOVER
Level 187: A scheduled stop between flights, where you transfer to another plane LAYOVER
Level 187: A word or phrase repeated in unison by a crowd LAYOVER
Level 187: Central: C.I.A. stands for the _______ Intelligence Agency CENTRAL
Level 187: Style of Japanese cartoon ANIME
Level 187: Central: C.I.A. stands for the _______ Intelligence Agency CENTRAL
Level 187: Determine the value or amount of; to gauge or assess EVALUATE
Level 187: To meet someone face to face with hostile or argumentative intent CONFRONT
Level 187: Device that keeps planes on a steady course without any human control AUTOPILOT
Level 187: Information that proves or disproves an accusation or other proposition EVIDENCE
Level 187: Determine the value or amount of; to gauge or assess EVALUATE
Level 187: Style of Japanese cartoon ANIME
Level 187: To have enough money to purchase something AFFORD
Level 187: What is this an electrical device? EARPHONES
Level 187: Washing by immersing in water BATHING
Level 187: Washing by immersing in water BATHING
Level 187: What is this an electrical device? EARPHONES
Level 187: What is this method of transmission? RADIOWAVE
Level 187: A word or phrase repeated in unison by a crowd CHANT
Level 187: What is this method of transmission? RADIOWAVE
Level 187: What is this biological concept? LIFECYCLE
Level 187: Field of mathematics discovered by Leibniz and Newton; it can be CALCULUS
Level 187: An intense feeling of pleasure or happiness EUPHORIA
Level 187: A unit in the airforce consisting of multiple aircraft SQUADRON
Level 188: A hierarchy of species consuming other species; predators are at FOODCHAIN
Level 188: Expression; something that is very easy APIECEOFCAKE
Level 188: All-present, all-seeing dictator of 1984; he’s watching you BIGBROTHER
Level 188: All-present, all-seeing dictator of 1984; he’s watching you BIGBROTHER
Level 188: Deliberate act to damage or disrupt a plan SABOTAGE
Level 188: Someone unwilling to change is said to be as ________ as a mule STUBBORN
Level 188: Do this with your mouse to select a file LEFTCLICK
Level 188: What is this important kind of building? HEADQUARTERS
Level 188: An arachnid with a poisonous stinger on the end of a long tail SCORPION
Level 188: Expression; something that is very easy APIECEOFCAKE
Level 188: Lead singer of Black Sabbath OZZYOSBOURNE
Level 188: Hong Kong-American actor who popularized martial arts in the 70’s BRUCELEE
Level 188: Hong Kong-American actor who popularized martial arts in the 70’s BRUCELEE
Level 188: Lead singer of Black Sabbath OZZYOSBOURNE
Level 188: Points that can be traded in for flight tickets AIRMILES
Level 188: Points that can be traded in for flight tickets AIRMILES
Level 188: Small homes, typically found in the countryside COTTAGES
Level 188: Someone unwilling to change is said to be as ________ as a mule STUBBORN
Level 188: This eccentric musician sang Poker Face and Bad Romance LADYGAGA
Level 188: Do this with your mouse to select a file LEFTCLICK
Level 188: This eccentric musician sang Poker Face and Bad Romance LADYGAGA
Level 188: Deliberate act to damage or disrupt a plan SABOTAGE
Level 188: What is this important kind of building? HEADQUARTERS
Level 188: Owner who rents out their apartment or house LANDLORD
Level 188: Something that will happen very soon can be described as this IMMINENT
Level 188: What logging action does this represent? DEFOREST
Level 188: Successfully deal with obstacles OVERCOME
Level 188: Strips of cloth that are wrapped around injuries BANDAGES
Level 188: Lesser in quality; the opposite of superior INFERIOR
Level 188: Opposite of a strength WEAKNESS
Level 188: What food item does this represent? CHILIDOG
Level 188: One engaged in campaigns and protests ACTIVIST
Level 189: A CEO is the Chief _________ Officer EXECUTIVE
Level 189: A pamphlet or book that lists all of a company’s products CATALOG
Level 189: What is this state of being in love? MOONSTRUCK
Level 189: Both a famous UK university town and a city in Massachusetts CAMBRIDGE
Level 189: Injury caused by a blow to the head CONCUSSION
Level 189: Expression; __ ____ as a cucumber means to stay clam under pressure ASCOOL
Level 189: Hero of a story in The Arabian Nights who has a genie friend ALADDIN
Level 189: Play this “instrument” to pretend to be a rock star AIRGUITAR
Level 189: In billiards, when the cue ball is aimed to first bounce off a side BANKSHOT
Level 189: To go behind _____ _____ is to infiltrate opposition-controller territory ENEMYLINES
Level 189: Injury caused by a blow to the head CONCUSSION
Level 189: What is this complimentary term? HANDINHAND
Level 189: A pamphlet or book that lists all of a company’s products CATALOG
Level 189: Not clearly or distinctly visible BLURRY
Level 189: Many fairy tales begin with the words “____ ____ a time…” ONCEUPON
Level 189: The Neighborhood of Make-_______ was a fictional kingdom on Mr. BELIEVE
Level 189: The Neighborhood of Make-_______ was a fictional kingdom on Mr. BELIEVE
Level 189: The traditional sound of a doorbell DINGDONG
Level 189: In billiards, when the cue ball is aimed to first bounce off a side BANKSHOT
Level 189: The walking dead, in other words BANKSHOT
Level 189: A CEO is the Chief _________ Officer EXECUTIVE
Level 189: To go behind _____ _____ is to infiltrate opposition-controller territory ENEMYLINES
Level 189: The traditional sound of a doorbell DINGDONG
Level 189: What is this complimentary term? HANDINHAND
Level 189: Expression; __ ____ as a cucumber means to stay clam under pressure ASCOOL
Level 189: What is this state of being in love? MOONSTRUCK
Level 189: What is this plant-related term? GERMINATE
Level 189: Social pest insects that mostly consume wood TERMITES
Level 190: _______ tellers claim they can foresee your future FORTUNE
Level 190: Travelling show of performers and animals; see them in the Big Top CIRCUS
Level 190: A pit from which stone is dug and found in abundance QUARRY
Level 190: What you are, probably HUMAN
Level 190: _______ tellers claim they can foresee your future FORTUNE
Level 190: A three dimensional shape and icon of ancient Egypt PYRAMID
Level 190: Chocolate-flavored coffee drink MOCHA
Level 190: Chocolate-flavored coffee drink MOCHA
Level 190: In soccer, the only player who can use their hands GOALIE
Level 190: What is this piece of office equipment? HOLEPUNCH
Level 190: Italian luxury brand name dropped in a 2006 movie starring Meryl PRADA
Level 190: Italian luxury brand name dropped in a 2006 movie starring Meryl PRADA
Level 190: A pit from which stone is dug and found in abundance QUARRY
Level 190: Travelling show of performers and animals; see them in the Big Top CIRCUS
Level 190: A three dimensional shape and icon of ancient Egypt PYRAMID
Level 190: What is this piece of office equipment? HOLEPUNCH
Level 190: In soccer, the only player who can use their hands GOALIE
Level 190: What you are, probably HUMAN
Level 190: Economic sector that produces goods and services INDUSTRY
Level 190: A device that records the number of steps you have taken PEDOMETER
Level 191: A person who is not a member of the police or the armed forces CIVILIAN
Level 191: The initial lump sum of money made when something is bought on credit DOWNPAYMENT
Level 191: An outdoor meal in a basket; watch out for ants! PICNICS
Level 191: A person who is not a member of the police or the armed forces CIVILIAN
Level 191: Basketball shot where the ball is passed to a teammate in mid-air ALLEYOOP
Level 191: Creator of the James Bond 007 franchise IANFLEMING
Level 191: When a military force accidentally attacks an allied force FRIENDLYFIRE
Level 191: Famous French phrase offered to those departing on a journey BONVOYAGE
Level 191: Popular rice dish from Louisiana cooked with meat and vegetables JAMBALAYA
Level 191: Creator of the James Bond 007 franchise IANFLEMING
Level 191: Monopoly and Scrabble are examples of these BOARDGAMES
Level 191: On a battlefield, this role was important for both morale and identifying FLAGBEARER
Level 191: What is this touching feeling? HEARTWARMING
Level 191: Famous French phrase offered to those departing on a journey BONVOYAGE
Level 191: One who is sleep-________ needs go to bed! DEPRIVED
Level 191: One who is sleep-________ needs go to bed! DEPRIVED
Level 191: Popular rice dish from Louisiana cooked with meat and vegetables JAMBALAYA
Level 191: Monopoly and Scrabble are examples of these BOARDGAMES
Level 191: Scheduled, organized work conversation MEETING
Level 191: Basketball shot where the ball is passed to a teammate in mid-air ALLEYOOP
Level 191: The initial lump sum of money made when something is bought on credit DOWNPAYMENT
Level 191: On a battlefield, this role was important for both morale and identifying FLAGBEARER
Level 191: What are these incremental improvements? UPGRADES
Level 191: An outdoor meal in a basket; watch out for ants! PICNICS
Level 191: European country home to kilts and bagpipes SCOTLAND
Level 191: What is this touching feeling? HEARTWARMING
Level 191: Scheduled, organized work conversation MEETING
Level 191: When a military force accidentally attacks an allied force FRIENDLYFIRE
Level 191: Eating disorder associated with refusing to eat in order to lose ANOREXIA
Level 192: A container for taking your sandwiches to work or school LUNCHBOX
Level 192: A patch on your head where there was once hair BALDSPOT
Level 192: A patch on your head where there was once hair BALDSPOT
Level 192: A person’s individual view or thoughts on something OPINION
Level 192: Originating from the UK BRITISH
Level 192: Atypical method that breaks from convention UNORTHODOX
Level 192: What is this insect? INCHWORM
Level 192: A PhD or an MD is this kind of college degree DOCTORATE
Level 192: Atypical method that breaks from convention UNORTHODOX
Level 192: Mechanism that operates without manual input AUTOMATIC
Level 192: One thousand meters KILOMETER
Level 192: What is this dining area? FOODCOURT
Level 192: Originating from the UK BRITISH
Level 192: Type of bed suspended between two trees HAMMOCK
Level 192: A container for taking your sandwiches to work or school LUNCHBOX
Level 192: This timely morning riser gets the worm EARLYBIRD
Level 192: Mechanism that operates without manual input AUTOMATIC
Level 192: Type of bed suspended between two trees HAMMOCK
Level 192: Waving this is a sign of surrender WHITEFLAG
Level 192: What is this dining area? FOODCOURT
Level 192: What is this insect? EARWIG
Level 192: The incandescent light bulb was Edison’s _______ INVENTION
Level 192: What is this type of story? TALLTALE
Level 192: An injury where a joint is pushed out of position DISLOCATE
Level 192: Widely known for negative reasons; infamous NOTORIOUS
Level 192: A kitchen utensil used to separate liquids from solids STRAINER
Level 192: What is this isolating term? ALIENATE
Level 192: Without delay; immediately INSTANTLY
Level 192: Painful inflammation and stiffness of joints ARTHRITIS
Level 192: Assurances that one will do something; sometimes broken PROMISES
Level 192: What do you call these sandy places? DESERTS
Level 192: Department of a business that deals with product promotion and pricing MARKETING
Level 192: Steven Spielberg’s 1977 sci-fi film, “Close Encounters of the _____ THIRDKIND
Level 193: A container for your screwdriver, hammer, pliers, etc TOOLBOX
Level 193: Date to celebrate female parent MOTHERSDAY
Level 193: A cube of toasted bread offered with soup or on salads CROUTON
Level 193: Expression; meaning unchangable SETINSTONE
Level 193: A diet which limits the amount of grains consumed LOWCARB
Level 193: Classical stringed instrument held under the chin and played with VIOLINS
Level 193: To shake or move a tiny amount repeatedly and at speed VIBRATE
Level 193: A container for your screwdriver, hammer, pliers, etc TOOLBOX
Level 193: Clever grey mammal with a ringed tail and a facial pattern that resembles RACCOON
Level 193: What is this meat product? SAUSAGE
Level 193: Date to celebrate female parent MOTHERSDAY
Level 193: Male friend of the groom who is in charge of the bachelor party BESTMAN
Level 193: Clever grey mammal with a ringed tail and a facial pattern that resembles RACCOON
Level 193: Expression; meaning unchangable SETINSTONE
Level 193: Classical stringed instrument held under the chin and played with VIOLINS
Level 193: Male friend of the groom who is in charge of the bachelor party BESTMAN
Level 193: A diet which limits the amount of grains consumed LOWCARB
Level 193: Envious of someone else’s success or happiness JEALOUS
Level 193: Popular UK dish involving fries and the fillet of an aquatic animal FISHANDCHIPS
Level 193: The _______ rate is the value you can convert currencies at EXCHANGE
Level 193: The _______ rate is the value you can convert currencies at EXCHANGE
Level 193: A cube of toasted bread offered with soup or on salads CROUTON
Level 193: To ruin someone else’s photo by suddenly moving into the shot PHOTOBOMB
Level 193: To shake or move a tiny amount repeatedly and at speed VIBRATE
Level 193: What is this computer part? CDDRIVE
Level 193: Sir Patrick _______ has played iconic characters like Professor X STEWART
Level 193: Vegetable that resembles a stout cucumber; also called a summer ZUCCHINI
Level 193: Vegetable that resembles a stout cucumber; also called a summer ZUCCHINI
Level 193: Popular UK dish involving fries and the fillet of an aquatic animal FISHANDCHIPS
Level 193: What is this computer part? CDDRIVE
Level 193: Very valuable, silver-grey metal; often used for making jewelry PLATINUM
Level 193: Actively seeking to harm someone who has wronged you VENGEFUL
Level 194: A bound notepad popular with artists containing blank pages SKETCHBOOK
Level 194: Flat, roundish fish with a needle-like tail STINGRAY
Level 194: A warning sign posted outside a home might say _____ of dog BEWARE
Level 194: An option for couples who can’t have children ADOPTION
Level 194: In a hereditary monarchy, the throne passes down the _________ BLOODLINE
Level 194: Common celebratory gesture; don’t leave me hanging! HIGHFIVE
Level 194: People in positions of influence or who have a talent for guiding LEADERS
Level 194: Flat, roundish fish with a needle-like tail STINGRAY
Level 194: The mean of a set of numbers AVERAGE
Level 194: Underground transportation system; also a type of sandwich SUBWAY
Level 194: In a hereditary monarchy, the throne passes down the _________ BLOODLINE
Level 194: What is this person at a wedding ceremony? RINGBEARER
Level 194: Marshal _______ is the real name of rapper Eminem MATHERS
Level 194: Watery disaster caused by an underwater earthquake TSUNAMI
Level 194: Common celebratory gesture; don’t leave me hanging! HIGHFIVE
Level 194: People in positions of influence or who have a talent for guiding LEADERS
Level 194: Someone who draws, or scribbles mindlessly DOODLER
Level 194: Someone who draws, or scribbles mindlessly DOODLER
Level 194: Waterfall which can be seen from both Canada and US NIAGARA
Level 194: The mean of a set of numbers AVERAGE
Level 194: Wintertime weapon that can be scooped off the ground SNOWBALL
Level 194: Marshal _______ is the real name of rapper Eminem MATHERS
Level 194: Watery disaster caused by an underwater earthquake TSUNAMI
Level 194: An option for couples who can’t have children ADOPTION
Level 194: What is this motion sickness? CARSICK
Level 194: A metal container with a combination lock that students use to store LOCKER
Level 194: What is this period of time? CENTURY
Level 194: A bound notepad popular with artists containing blank pages SKETCHBOOK
Level 194: What is this person at a wedding ceremony? RINGBEARER
Level 194: What is this motion sickness? CARSICK
Level 194: Wintertime weapon that can be scooped off the ground SNOWBALL
Level 194: What doesn’t kill you makes you _______, supposedly STRONGER
Level 194: Name for a sweet purple flower; also, the name for the color of its LAVENDER
Level 195: ____!…I Did It Again is the second album from Britney Spears OOPS
Level 195: A French greeting that translates to good day BONJOUR
Level 195: A French greeting that translates to good day BONJOUR
Level 195: A response to a question ANSWER
Level 195: Distance traveled; essential factor when buying a used car MILEAGE
Level 195: Disorderly customers will be ________ off the premises ESCORTED
Level 195: Disorderly customers will be ________ off the premises ESCORTED
Level 195: Distance traveled; essential factor when buying a used car MILEAGE
Level 195: Shaken percussion instrument popular in Latin music MARACAS
Level 195: ____!…I Did It Again is the second album from Britney Spears OOPS
Level 195: Shaken percussion instrument popular in Latin music MARACAS
Level 195: Speech intended to offend or belittle someone INSULT
Level 195: Speech intended to offend or belittle someone INSULT
Level 195: To turn a device off and on REBOOT
Level 195: A response to a question ANSWER
Level 195: Type of long stringy pasta that looks like ribbons LINGUINI
Level 195: Type of long stringy pasta that looks like ribbons LINGUINI
Level 195: What is this unsolicited correspondence? JUNKMAIL
Level 195: This person did this to add letters to the stone ENGRAVE
Level 195: Spectators at a public event AUDIENCE
Level 195: Concentration of water vapor present in air HUMIDITY
Level 196: A bad joke might be met with this sound GROAN
Level 196: The grade of readiness of fruit for eating RIPENESS
Level 196: Kevin _______ is the director and star of Dancing With The Wolves COSTNER
Level 196: To change and often shorten a document, manuscript or piece of video EDIT
Level 196: Meet someone face to face with hostile or argumentative intent CONFRONT
Level 196: To move with haste HURRY
Level 196: Movie with a story that precedes an existing movie’s story PREQUEL
Level 196: Movie with a story that precedes an existing movie’s story PREQUEL
Level 196: Meet someone face to face with hostile or argumentative intent CONFRONT
Level 196: Shakespearean female lead, opposite to Romeo JULIET
Level 196: When the upper jaw goes over the lower jaw OVERBITE
Level 196: The grade of readiness of fruit for eating RIPENESS
Level 196: To emanate or reflect light; skin that exhibits good health will GLOW
Level 196: This stone can be sharpened or used to make a spark for a fire FLINT
Level 196: A bad joke might be met with this sound GROAN
Level 196: To change and often shorten a document, manuscript or piece of video EDIT
Level 196: Shakespearean female lead, opposite to Romeo JULIET
Level 196: To emanate or reflect light; skin that exhibits good health will GLOW
Level 196: This stone can be sharpened or used to make a spark for a fire FLINT
Level 196: To move with haste HURRY
Level 196: Kevin _______ is the director and star of Dancing With The Wolves COSTNER
Level 196: What is this rare gemstone? SAPPHIRE
Level 196: What is this geometric solid? CYLINDER
Level 196: What is this point at which liquid is turned solid? FREEZING
Level 196: Feeling of pity for someone’s misfortune SYMPATHY
Level 196: Party game where players act out words for others to guess CHARADES
Level 196: What combat action does this represent? DIVEBOMB
Level 196: The first vaccine was developed against this disease using the milder SMALLPOX
Level 197: A situation in which two opponents are equally matched and unable STALEMATE
Level 197: Circular metal percussion instruments often found at the top of a CYMBALS
Level 197: A working canine breed, trained to herd woolly livestock SHEEPDOG
Level 197: Put at the end of a list, it means and other similar things ETCETERA
Level 197: Circular metal percussion instruments often found at the top of a CYMBALS
Level 197: What is this type of impromptu party? TAILGATE
Level 197: Flat object for keeping your place in a written work BOOKMARK
Level 197: Hexagonal honeymaker home BEEHIVE
Level 197: “The Spanish ______” was a large contingent of ships that attacked ARMADA
Level 197: One whose job is to protect a particular person BODYGUARD
Level 197: One whose job is to protect a particular person BODYGUARD
Level 197: Put at the end of a list, it means and other similar things ETCETERA
Level 197: The start of many jokes; who’s there? KNOCKKNOCK
Level 197: What is this Christmas-y ingredient? GINGERBREAD
Level 197: A person’s individual view or thoughts on something OPINION
Level 197: To set off an explosion DETONATE
Level 197: Wizards’ prison guarded by dementors, in the Harry Potter series AZKABAN
Level 197: What is this Christmas-y ingredient? GINGERBREAD
Level 197: The start of many jokes; who’s there? KNOCKKNOCK
Level 197: What is this type of impromptu party? TAILGATE
Level 197: A situation in which two opponents are equally matched and unable STALEMATE
Level 197: Wizards’ prison guarded by dementors, in the Harry Potter series AZKABAN
Level 197: Hexagonal honeymaker home BEEHIVE
Level 197: What is she doing? SWEEPING
Level 197: You will go like this if you try to look at your own nose CROSSEYED
Level 197: Washing yourself by immersing in water BATHING
Level 197: Hero of a story in “The Arabian Nights” who has a genie friend ALADDIN
Level 197: Apple’s proprietary media player ITUNES
Level 198: A common maxim of physicians is First, __ __ ____. DONOHARM
Level 198: What is this visual phenomenon? AFTERIMAGE
Level 198: A contingency device which triggers automatically to avoid a complete FAILSAFE
Level 198: A contingency device which triggers automatically to avoid a complete FAILSAFE
Level 198: A famous Yellowstone geyser named for its predictability OLDFAITHFUL
Level 198: Black-clad Sith lord with intimidating breathing DARTHVADER
Level 198: A gradual increase in intensity; in music, used to indicate increasing CRESCENDO
Level 198: Superman’s mild-mannered alter ego CLARKKENT
Level 198: A famous Yellowstone geyser named for its predictability OLDFAITHFUL
Level 198: Black-clad Sith lord with intimidating breathing DARTHVADER
Level 198: Describes a person who often trips and drops things CLUMSY
Level 198: One who travels by soliciting rides from others going in the same HITCHHIKER
Level 198: The shape of the moon in its first and last quarter CRESCENT
Level 198: A common maxim of physicians is First, __ __ ____. DONOHARM
Level 198: Superman’s mild-mannered alter ego CLARKKENT
Level 198: One who travels by soliciting rides from others going in the same HITCHHIKER
Level 198: The shape of the moon in its first and last quarter CRESCENT
Level 198: Andy ______, British tennis star MURRAY
Level 198: To speed up a recording, usually to skip the commercials FASTFORWARD
Level 198: To speed up a recording, usually to skip the commercials FASTFORWARD
Level 198: What is this visual phenomenon? AFTERIMAGE
Level 198: What is this expression of exasperation? FACEPALM
Level 198: Worm-like parasites that feed on blood LEECHES
Level 198: “I Have a Dream” was a landmark speech by Martin ____ King Jr. LUTHER
Level 198: “Total ______” is a 2002 US sci-fi film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger RECALL
Level 199: A false name or alias of an author PSEUDONYM
Level 199: While driving, push this with your foot to slow down BRAKEPEDAL
Level 199: Blue-green stone; also a color named for that stone TURQUOISE
Level 199: Cartoon mystery-solving Great Dane SCOOBYDOO
Level 199: Coils of this sharp material can be placed atop a fence to discourage BARBEDWIRE
Level 199: Coils of this sharp material can be placed atop a fence to discourage BARBEDWIRE
Level 199: Diagram showing the connections between a group of blood relatives FAMILYTREE
Level 199: Blue-green stone; also a color named for that stone TURQUOISE
Level 199: Fictional sport in the Harry Potter series QUIDDITCH
Level 199: A false name or alias of an author PSEUDONYM
Level 199: The Greeks’ gift to the city of Troy TROJANHORSE
Level 199: The tube connecting your mouth and your stomach ESOPHAGUS
Level 199: What is this extreme sport? BASEJUMPING
Level 199: Diagram showing the connections between a group of blood relatives FAMILYTREE
Level 199: What is this extreme sport? BASEJUMPING
Level 199: The Greeks’ gift to the city of Troy TROJANHORSE
Level 199: What is this handicap? CLUBFOOT
Level 199: Cartoon mystery-solving Great Dane SCOOBYDOO
Level 199: While driving, push this with your foot to slow down BRAKEPEDAL
Level 199: Ron ______ is an US filmmaker responsible for movies like “A Beautiful HOWARD
Level 199: US retail store with a bullseye logo TARGET
Level 199: The feel and appearance of a surface TEXTURE
Level 199: What is this city in Ohio? COLUMBUS
Level 199: Breakfast porridge made from grains OATMEAL
Level 199: What’s this deep-sea animal called? BLOBFISH
Level 200: A ____-_______ friend will only stick by you when things are going FAIRWEATHER
Level 200: A whale or other cetacean’s equivalent to a nostril BLOWHOLE
Level 200: A ____-_______ friend will only stick by you when things are going FAIRWEATHER
Level 200: A distinctive bump on the throat; men’s tend to be more prominent ADAMSAPPLE
Level 200: A scientific procedure for testing or proving an idea EXPERIMENT
Level 200: What is this security device? SKELETONKEY
Level 200: A whale or other cetacean’s equivalent to a nostril BLOWHOLE
Level 200: The _______ Triangle is an area known for mysterious disappearances BERMUDA
Level 200: A scientific procedure for testing or proving an idea EXPERIMENT
Level 200: Bucktoothed rodent builder’s wooden construction BEAVERDAM
Level 200: Small metal clip for keeping hair in place BOBBYPIN
Level 200: Sap from a red-leafed tree; goes great with pancakes MAPLESYRUP
Level 200: Something or someone that a person or thing is named after NAMESAKE
Level 200: Something or someone that a person or thing is named after NAMESAKE
Level 200: Sap from a red-leafed tree; goes great with pancakes MAPLESYRUP
Level 200: The _______ Triangle is an area known for mysterious disappearances BERMUDA
Level 200: Professional who handles payments and receipts in a grocery store CASHIER
Level 200: This is placed on top of a tee and hit with a driver GOLFBALL
Level 200: What is this espionage term? DOUBLEAGENT
Level 200: This is placed on top of a tee and hit with a driver GOLFBALL
Level 200: This legendary boxer said, float like a butterfly, sting like a MUHAMMADALI
Level 200: This legendary boxer said, float like a butterfly, sting like a MUHAMMADALI
Level 200: What is this espionage term? DOUBLEAGENT
Level 200: A distinctive bump on the throat; men’s tend to be more prominent ADAMSAPPLE
Level 200: What is this security device? SKELETONKEY
Level 200: “_____ is golden”; sometimes it’s wise to say nothing SILENCE
Level 200: What is missing from this picture? KNIGHTS
Level 200: To try to achieve something ATTEMPT
Level 200: Military raid or attack ASSAULT
Level 200: What is this expressionless form of speech? DEADPAN
Level 200: Computer equipment used to get letters onto the screen KEYBOARD
Level 200: Hairy tropical fruit used for both its milk and oil COCONUT
Level 200: “Make him __ _____ he can’t refuse” ANOFFER
Level 200: The union between two people until “death do us part” MARRIAGE
Level 200: A way to use currency to choose between two options COINFLIP
Level 200: Remarkable or important; worth paying attention to NOTABLE
Level 200: The largest bird on Earth; one of their eggs makes 24 omelettes OSTRICH

Level 201: An ancient Egyptian ruler PHARAOH
Level 201: An ancient Egyptian ruler PHARAOH
Level 201: Bugs Bunny’s arch enemy who tawks wike dis ELMERFUDD
Level 201: Bugs Bunny’s arch enemy who tawks wike dis ELMERFUDD
Level 201: Eight-legged ocean dweller OCTOPUS
Level 201: Spartan King played by Gerard Butler in 300 LEONIDAS
Level 201: Glass-half-full type of person OPTIMIST
Level 201: Glass-half-full type of person OPTIMIST
Level 201: One who bargains for a better price or deal HAGGLER
Level 201: Radioactive element used as fuel in nuclear power plants URANIUM
Level 201: To block the passage of something OBSTRUCT
Level 201: Radioactive element used as fuel in nuclear power plants URANIUM
Level 201: Rocky vs Apollo in Rocky II was the ______ of the century REMATCH
Level 201: Rocky vs Apollo in Rocky II was the ______ of the century REMATCH
Level 201: The full name for the disease known as the flu INFLUENZA
Level 201: Spartan King played by Gerard Butler in 300 LEONIDAS
Level 201: What is this award? NOBELPRIZE
Level 201: Information that proves or disproves an accusation or other proposition EVIDENCE
Level 201: One who bargains for a better price or deal HAGGLER
Level 201: The full name for the disease known as the flu INFLUENZA
Level 201: Eight-legged ocean dweller OCTOPUS
Level 201: What is this award? NOBELPRIZE
Level 201: To set off an explosion DETONATE
Level 201: A working canine breed, trained to herd woolly livestock SHEEPDOG
Level 201: Flat object for keeping your place in a written work BOOKMARK
Level 201: What popular flowers are these? ORCHIDS
Level 202: An area for children to entertain themselves; might have swings, PLAYGROUND
Level 202: This gets passed around on karaoke night MICROPHONE
Level 202: Beach-dwelling invertebrate with one claw that is larger than the FIDDLERCRAB
Level 202: Fizzy soft drink with less sugar than the original version DIETSODA
Level 202: Classic game; carefully pluck items out of a red-nosed man’s body OPERATION
Level 202: Computer, telecommunication device, and camera all in one SMARTPHONE
Level 202: X-men villain with the power to control metal MAGNETO
Level 202: Don’t throw stones if you live in one of these GLASSHOUSES
Level 202: Using your cellular data to provide internet for your friends HOTSPOT
Level 202: Beach-dwelling invertebrate with one claw that is larger than the FIDDLERCRAB
Level 202: Expression: something that doesn’t bother you is like water off this DUCKSBACK
Level 202: An area for children to entertain themselves; might have swings, PLAYGROUND
Level 202: Fizzy soft drink with less sugar than the original version DIETSODA
Level 202: Leonardo da Vinci’s famous portrait with a mysterious smile MONALISA
Level 202: What is this seafood dish? CRABCAKE
Level 202: People who use dishonesty to get an advantage; they never prosper CHEATERS
Level 202: People who use dishonesty to get an advantage; they never prosper CHEATERS
Level 202: US five-cent coin that got its name from the metal NICKEL
Level 202: Popular dice game; roll five of a kind and shout the name of the YAHTZEE
Level 202: Computer, telecommunication device, and camera all in one SMARTPHONE
Level 202: Square office partition CUBICLE
Level 202: This gets passed around on karaoke night MICROPHONE
Level 202: Square office partition CUBICLE
Level 202: Traditionally the highest value card in a deck of playing cards ACEOFSPADES
Level 202: What is this winged animal on the Mexican coat of arms? EAGLE
Level 202: Traditionally the highest value card in a deck of playing cards ACEOFSPADES
Level 202: Using your cellular data to provide internet for your friends HOTSPOT
Level 202: Don’t throw stones if you live in one of these GLASSHOUSES
Level 202: What is this emergency vehicle? FIRETRUCK
Level 202: What is this seafood dish? CRABCAKE
Level 202: Meryl ______, legendary actor with countless starring roles, including STREEP
Level 202: Popular dice game; roll five of a kind and shout the name of the YAHTZEE
Level 202: X-men villain with the power to control metal MAGNETO
Level 202: The boundary describing an area, particularly a country BORDER
Level 202: Long-necked livestock known for spitting when irritated LLAMA
Level 202: What kind of patch is this? BRIAR
Level 202: “______ Hero” is a video game series that lets you be a rock star GUITAR
Level 203: A fad challenge that involved dumping freezing water on people ICEBUCKET
Level 203: A small, portable personal computer LAPTOP
Level 203: Customizable alert sound for an incoming call on a mobile phone RINGTONE
Level 203: Customizable alert sound for an incoming call on a mobile phone RINGTONE
Level 203: One of the seven deadly sins; another word for greed AVARICE
Level 203: Luxury car brand with a rearing black horse on its logo FERRARI
Level 203: What is this numerical locator? ZIPCODE
Level 203: Material that blocks heat or electricity INSULATOR
Level 203: Material that blocks heat or electricity INSULATOR
Level 203: Police catch people speeding using this “firearm” RADARGUN
Level 203: A small, portable personal computer LAPTOP
Level 203: McDonald’s breakfast menu item with buns of English origin MCMUFFIN
Level 203: Not containing milk or milk-based products NONDAIRY
Level 203: Ocean creature with a long, sharp nose resembling a blade SWORDFISH
Level 203: This sportswear giant has a logo featuring three stripes ADIDAS
Level 203: Not containing milk or milk-based products NONDAIRY
Level 203: One of the seven deadly sins; another word for greed NONDAIRY
Level 203: McDonald’s breakfast menu item with buns of English origin MCMUFFIN
Level 203: Shared living space for students, usually on school grounds DORMITORY
Level 203: Some of the biggest names in this sport include Muhammad Ali and BOXING
Level 203: Supports that can hold a row of books upright between them BOOKENDS
Level 203: Shared living space for students, usually on school grounds DORMITORY
Level 203: Styling method that hides baldness under carefully arranged hair COMBOVER
Level 203: Filmmaker famous for “The Nightmare before Christmas” and “Batman” TIMBURTON
Level 203: Supports that can hold a row of books upright between them BOOKENDS
Level 203: Styling method that hides baldness under carefully arranged hair COMBOVER
Level 203: They can’t be choosers BEGGARS
Level 203: Luxury car brand with a rearing black horse on its logo FERRARI
Level 203: This sportswear giant has a logo featuring three stripes ADIDAS
Level 203: Ocean creature with a long, sharp nose resembling a blade SWORDFISH
Level 203: What is this feeling? OVERJOYED
Level 203: Red labeled soda that’s a favorite of Santa and polar bears alike COCACOLA
Level 203: They can’t be choosers BEGGARS
Level 203: What is this numerical locator? ZIPCODE
Level 203: What kind of insects are on display? BEETLES
Level 203: A sustained period of little to no rain, causing water shortage DROUGHT
Level 203: One who observes rather than participates SPECTATOR
Level 203: A pencil _______ helps maintain a pointy writing end SHARPENER
Level 204: A formal agreement, usually written CONTRACT
Level 204: A substance for reducing friction between moving parts LUBRICANT
Level 204: A kinked figure-eight shape with only one continuous side MOBIUSSTRIP
Level 204: Dried cranberries CRAISINS
Level 204: A social gathering for people who share a workplace OFFICEPARTY
Level 204: Japanese for goodbye SAYONARA
Level 204: A substance for reducing friction between moving parts LUBRICANT
Level 204: A tastefully arranged and decorated bunch of flowers BOUQUET
Level 204: A social gathering for people who share a workplace OFFICEPARTY
Level 204: A tastefully arranged and decorated bunch of flowers BOUQUET
Level 204: What public worker often has to worry about this scenario? MAILMAN
Level 204: Decorative garment worn under a shirt collar, mostly in business NECKTIE
Level 204: Dried cranberries CRAISINS
Level 204: Drink mix mascot with a habit of destroying walls KOOLAIDMAN
Level 204: Drink mix mascot with a habit of destroying walls KOOLAIDMAN
Level 204: The art of handwriting decorative text CALLIGRAPHY
Level 204: Japanese for goodbye SAYONARA
Level 204: Magnetic art toy with two knobs, mostly for drawing stairs ETCHASKETCH
Level 204: The current Queen of England is _________ II ELIZABETH
Level 204: A formal agreement, usually written CONTRACT
Level 204: Kept on a car, usually in the trunk, in case of a blowout SPARETIRE
Level 204: Decorative garment worn under a shirt collar, mostly in business NECKTIE
Level 204: Magnetic art toy with two knobs, mostly for drawing stairs ETCHASKETCH
Level 204: The _____ ____ of China can supposedly be seen from space GREATWALL
Level 204: What is this accessory? CHOKER
Level 204: Kept on a car, usually in the trunk, in case of a blowout SPARETIRE
Level 204: Person who travels around, never settling in a single location WANDERER
Level 204: The art of handwriting decorative text CALLIGRAPHY
Level 204: A kinked figure-eight shape with only one continuous side MOBIUSSTRIP
Level 204: What is this accessory? ARMBAND
Level 204: Blended fruit drink SMOOTHIE
Level 204: 2016 musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone LALALAND
Level 204: Earth’s atmospheric shield that absorbs UV radiation OZONELAYER
Level 204: What phrase does this represent? FRIENDCIRCLE
Level 204: Half of a bicycle UNICYCLE
Level 204: What is this period of increased birth rate? BABYBOOM
Level 205: British slang for garbage or trash RUBBISH
Level 205: Place to store clothes at home CLOSET
Level 205: This element combined with oxygen makes water HYDROGEN
Level 205: Preface to a literary work; opposite of epilogue PROLOGUE
Level 205: 1998’s Fear and _______ in Las Vegas starred Johnny Depp as gonzo LOATHING
Level 205: A warrior who fought in the medieval religious campaigns CRUSADER
Level 205: A person who is skilled at blending cocktails and other drinks MIXOLOGIST
Level 205: According to gangsters, snitches get these STITCHES
Level 205: “_________: A True Underdog Story”, 2004 US comedy starring Vince DODGEBALL
Level 205: What branch of technology is this? AEROSPACE
Level 205: O, AB+, A-, everyone has one BLOODTYPE
Level 205: The ____ ___ is a series of three comedy movies starring Leslie Nielsen NAKEDGUN
Level 206: A culture’s stories and tales, often used to explain the human condition MYTHOLOGY
Level 206: Chemical used to remove stains off clothes BLEACH
Level 206: What is this astrological sign? CAPRICORN
Level 206: Home to kilts and bagpipes SCOTLAND
Level 206: Professional who presents the latest news REPORTER
Level 206: To control a machine; to perform surgery OPERATE
Level 206: A syringe is used to ______ medicine INJECT
Level 206: Economic sector related to manufacturing physical goods INDUSTRY
Level 206: Professional that makes new forms and looks for items, e.g. clothing DESIGNER
Level 206: What is this safety practice? FIREDRILL
Level 206: 3D art structure, usually of metal or stone, that might be found SCULPTURE
Level 206: You’ll find this on a pirate flag CROSSBONES
Level 207: 1999 cartoon created by Matt Groening that depicts life in the year FUTURAMA
Level 207: An object valued for its age ANTIQUE
Level 207: This knife contains just about every tool imaginable SWISSARMY
Level 207: A superhero’s trusty partner SIDEKICK
Level 207: Notorious US gangster that was eventually taken down on tax evasion ALCAPONE
Level 207: The compound found in coffee and tea that keeps you awake CAFFEINE
Level 207: The NHL team of this Michigan city is the Red Wings DETROIT
Level 207: What is this parrot breed? COCKATOO
Level 207: A route that gets you to your destination quicker SHORTCUT
Level 207: Co-founder and guitarist of the Rolling Stones, Keith ________ RICHARDS
Level 207: The Golden _______ Awards are the Oscars for bad movies RASPBERRY
Level 207: Professional who determines a person’s cause of death CORONER
Level 207: Someone who speaks too much and without consideration for others LOUDMOUTH
Level 207: Somebody who is very excited and full of life might be described ANIMATED
Level 207: Taboo words that are commonly censored in public broadcasts PROFANITY
Level 208: The state of having a child PREGNANCY
Level 208: A person made to bear the blame for others SCAPEGOAT
Level 208: Freddy Krueger causes these at night NIGHTMARES
Level 208: What is this European era of artistic and intellectual development? ROMANTIC
Level 208: First animal, alphabetically AARDVARK
Level 208: Social insects that mostly consume wood; household pests TERMITES
Level 208: Kenny G is famous for playing this instrument SAXOPHONE
Level 208: What rapper does this refer to? SLIMSHADY
Level 208: ____ ____ a time is used to introduce many fairy tales ONCEUPON
Level 208: A person riding in car PASSENGER
Level 208: What is this part of a circle? DIAMETER
Level 208: Existing forever, unable to die IMMORTAL
Level 208: Culturally and historically significant piece of music, often with FOLKSONG
Level 208: Someone whose opinion is trusted is considered _________ CREDIBLE
Level 208: Philosophical belief that life has no intrinsic value or meaning NIHILISM
Level 208: Having all necessary parts; not missing anything COMPLETE
Level 208: Table of ______, a list of a book’s chapters and their starting pages CONTENTS
Level 209: Getting one of these will advance your career PROMOTION
Level 209: Professional that helps students plan their classes and careers ADVISOR
Level 209: The apex of a storyline CLIMAX
Level 209: Dogs are man’s best _______ FRIEND
Level 209: An elegant dance with pointed shoes BALLET
Level 209: “Glass half empty” type of person PESSIMIST
Level 209: Placing objects on top of one another in an orderly pile STACKING
Level 209: What are these muscles? BICEPS
Level 209: “____ ____ and carry on” KEEPCALM
Level 209: To ambitiously seek a goal ASPIRE
Level 209: To be present at an event ATTEND
Level 209: Miniature sea creature; favorite food of baleen whales PLANKTON
Level 209: Where both the Minotaur and David Bowie have been LABYRINTH
Level 209: Safety feature installed on the sides of the road to protect against GUARDRAIL
Level 209: Phrase; a suggestion to prepare for all possibilities JUSTINCASE
Level 210: The time after sunset for the present day TONIGHT
Level 210: Natural way to get a tan SUNBATHING
Level 210: What sports trophy is this? STANLEYCUP
Level 210: Man-made objects that orbit around the Earth SATELLITE
Level 210: Area that animals of the same species mark for themselves TERRITORY
Level 210: Expression; having one of this means one is pregnant BUNINTHEOVEN
Level 210: Shelves used to store novels and other literature BOOKCASE
Level 210: Under _______ is a Queen song originally released in 1981 PRESSURE
Level 210: A dizzy feeling; name of a Hitchcock movie VERTIGO
Level 210: Gives sodas their distinctive fizzy quality CARBONATION
Level 210: There are four of these every year SEASONS
Level 210: The second most popular sport in the world CRICKET
Level 210: The cold miser who yelled Bah! Humbug! during Christmas SCROOGE
Level 210: Ali Baba tangles with them after learning the magic words “Open Sesame” FORTYTHIEVES
Level 210: Northeastern US region NEWENGLAND
Level 210: “The ________”, famously dirty joke that was the subject of a 2005 ARISTOCRATS
Level 210: A thing out of place for the time period, e.g. a human in the time ANACHRONISM
Level 210: Collectable doll filled with pellets that became a fad in the late BEANIEBABY
Level 210: Execution device that removes one’s head from their shoulders GUILLOTINE
Level 211: Reading materials often found in waiting rooms MAGAZINES
Level 211: Disorder associated with refusing to eat in order to lose weight ANOREXIA
Level 211: What is this garden applicance? SPRINKLER
Level 211: The _____ ____ of China can supposedly be seen from space GREATWALL
Level 211: The number of players on a soccer field at the start of a match TWENTYTWO
Level 211: A soft children’s toy resembling an ursine TEDDYBEAR
Level 211: Dying from hunger STARVING
Level 211: Highly concentrated coffee for someone in a hurry ESPRESSO
Level 211: Stereotypically Australian greeting GDAYMATE
Level 211: Magical boy from Never Never Land PETERPAN
Level 211: Being able to do this means you are ___________ AMBIDEXTROUS
Level 211: Company that created the gaming console, Xbox MICROSOFT
Level 211: A quantity that is endless and impossible to measure or calculate INFINITE
Level 211: What is this kind of text? EMOTICON
Level 211: This sport is America’s favorite pastime BASEBALL
Level 211: Wall art placed without permission GRAFFITI
Level 211: Board game about buying property MONOPOLY
Level 212: What is this place you fill medicine prescriptions at? P******Y
Level 212: Contains everything in existence UNIVERSE
Level 212: Mixing of different elements to make a new whole SYNTHESIS
Level 212: Bottle of liquid with magical effects POTION
Level 212: Another way to address a police force member OFFICER
Level 212: Oil platforms are also called “________ drilling rigs” OFFSHORE
Level 212: A sleeping bag used by cowboys BEDROLL
Level 212: This happens when you don’t lift with your legs BACKPAIN
Level 212: Audible device to help musicians keep track of timing and rhythm METRONOME
Level 212: Crunchy bread pieces often found in Caesar salad CROUTONS
Level 212: The highest unit of an apartment PENTHOUSE
Level 212: Spherical, savory ingredient in a spaghetti dish or sub sandwich MEATBALL
Level 212: Common name for shelled mollusks that have eyes all around their SCALLOPS
Level 212: Former British PM Margaret ________, “The Iron Lady” THATCHER
Level 212: What’s this handheld companion called? PUPPET
Level 213: Insects with lobster-like pincers and a sting at the end of their SCORPIONS
Level 213: The part of a bed you sleep on MATTRESS
Level 213: ________ Geographic is a science, geography, and history magazine NATIONAL
Level 213: The capital of Tennessee NASHVILLE
Level 213: People who are candidates for a prize or a political office NOMINEES
Level 213: A word that means the opposite of another word ANTONYM
Level 213: ________ & Dragons is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game DUNGEONS
Level 213: 2015 Netflix TV show about a blind Marvel superhero DAREDEVIL
Level 213: A rapper move; voice amplifier release MICDROP
Level 213: OCD is _________-Compulsive Disorder OBSESSIVE
Level 213: Part of the face that bangs cover FOREHEAD
Level 213: Soda sugar substitute; high fructose ___ ____ CORNSYRUP
Level 213: Titanic; enormous GIGANTIC
Level 214: Kangaroos are native to this country AUSTRALIA
Level 214: Chewy sweet that you can inflate BUBBLEGUM
Level 214: Cartoon boy genius Jimmy _______ is named for this subatomic particle NEUTRON
Level 214: An eureka moment might make a _________ appear over your head. Figuratively LIGHTBULB
Level 214: The __________ of Tom Sawyer, a novel by Mark Twain ADVENTURES
Level 214: Old-fashioned riflemen; a group of three of them were the subject MUSKETEER
Level 214: Mythical beast with the body of a lion and the tail of a scorpion MANTICORE
Level 214: Someone from the capital of France PARISIAN
Level 214: This 70s American rock band sang “Dream on” AEROSMITH
Level 214: Prince _______ is the villain of “Shrek 2”, despite his beguiling CHARMING
Level 214: New World animal with armor plates; can roll up into a ball when ARMADILLO
Level 215: A suspenseful ending to an episode CLIFFHANGER
Level 215: Japanese warriors who lived by the Bushido code SAMURAI
Level 215: Visual representation of something; pictures, photos IMAGES
Level 215: Captain Kirk of the USS Enterprise in Star Trek was played by William SHATNER
Level 215: Money or property given to another by will; inheritance LEGACY
Level 215: The Academy Awards are better known by this name OSCARS
Level 215: Container containing sticks of wood used to spark flames MATCHBOX
Level 215: What is this steady income stream? CASHCOW
Level 215: The _____ War took place in the 1950s between the North and South KOREAN
Level 215: Portable fire starter LIGHTER
Level 215: This type of screwdriver has a cross head PHILLIPS
Level 215: This city in China was ruled by Britain from 1841 to 1997 HONGKONG
Level 215: Word which signifies the eventuality of King Lear’s demise; no value NOTHING
Level 215: There are only 3 countries in the world that do not use this measurement METRICSYSTEM
Level 215: Make a ____ -____ short is to skip all the details and arrive directly LONGSTORY
Level 215: Which fictional killer is known for this day? JASON
Level 215: Household items like a bed, tables, chairs, and sofas FURNITURE
Level 215: Sending you to his or her office in school means you are in trouble PRINCIPAL
Level 215: Paper proof of graduation DIPLOMA
Level 215: Land you visit to find Mickey Mouse and many princesses DISNEY
Level 215: Rudolph used his ___ ____ to guide Santa’s sleigh REDNOSE
Level 215: A _____ engine is used to explore content on the internet SEARCH
Level 216: What is this carnivorous fish? PIRANHA
Level 216: OCD stands for _______-Compulsive Disorder OBSESSIVE
Level 216: A tortilla chip and cheese dish NACHOS
Level 216: A person who betrayed their country TRAITOR
Level 216: To drain the water out of something DEHYDRATE
Level 216: Which country’s alphabet are these letters from? GREECE
Level 216: Profession who leads an orchestral performance CONDUCTOR
Level 216: Turn on these when driving at night HEADLIGHTS
Level 216: Place where doctors and nurses work HOSPITAL
Level 216: What is this unfortunate battle result? DEFEAT
Level 216: A song sung under a lover’s window SERENADE
Level 216: The third place finisher will receive this medal BRONZE
Level 216: In Arabian folklore, these mystical creatures live in a lamp and GENIES
Level 216: Ticket price for a flight AIRFARE
Level 216: Dante’s ____, first part of his Divine Comedy INFERNO
Level 216: Party prop filled with helium or air BALLOON
Level 216: Each element of the periodic table has a different ______ number ATOMIC
Level 216: A specialized chair found in most bathrooms TOILET
Level 216: ______ Questions is a game where players must guess an object with TWENTY
Level 217: Black substance used to pave roads ASPHALT
Level 217: Tropical, yellow fruit with a spiky skin PINEAPPLE
Level 217: Should be purchased in case of an accident INSURANCE
Level 217: Sheet with patterns cut out for tracing and duplication STENCIL
Level 217: To turn in a coupon for the promised deal REDEEM
Level 217: Son of the Elven king Thranduil in the Lord of the Rings series; LEGOLAS
Level 217: People who hunt animals illegally POACHERS
Level 217: Small handheld gardening tool for moving dirt STRESSED
Level 217: Ruler with total power and control over a country DICTATOR
Level 217: The Hydrogen bomb is this type of destructive weapon NUCLEAR
Level 217: Fortified residence of royalty CASTLES
Level 217: What is this hairstyle? FLATTOP
Level 217: What is this type of contest? SPELLINGBEE
Level 217: A person who is implicated in a crime SUSPECT
Level 217: A proof of purchase often used for returns RECEIPT
Level 217: Domesticated stone; extremely low-maintenance companion PETROCK
Level 218: Dome-shaped muscular partition which plays a major role in breathing DIAPHRAGM
Level 218: Who are these Biblical figures? ADAMANDEVE
Level 218: ____ ____ with Bill Maher is a weekly HBO talk show REALTIME
Level 218: Last name of the most famous British detective HOLMES
Level 218: To successfully reach a goal ACHIEVE
Level 218: Darth Sidious is also known as _______ Palpatine in the Star Wars EMPEROR
Level 218: Alvin and the _________ is about three of these rodent siblings CHIPMUNKS
Level 218: The state of being grossly overweight OBESITY
Level 218: To let someone know about something INFORM
Level 218: When a company is forced by law to sell their assets to pay for outstanding BANKRUPT
Level 218: What is this movable indicator? CURSOR
Level 218: Brown confectionery made from heated sugar CARAMEL
Level 218: Purple, somewhat triangular, mascot for McDonalds GRIMACE
Level 218: What is this tailoring term? FACING
Level 218: ______ Monroe, US actress, singer, and model; “Happy Birthday Mr. MARILYN
Level 219: To write music COMPOSE
Level 219: Enclosed area for skating, hockey, or curling ICERINK
Level 219: A person who traffics commodities for profit MERCHANT
Level 219: Yao Ming used to play for the Houston _______ ROCKETS
Level 219: IKEA is from this country SWEDEN
Level 219: The tracks upon which the trains run RAILWAY
Level 219: We go __ _____. 1,2… ONTHREE
Level 219: A participant or team that finishes in second place RUNNERUP
Level 219: When wearing a tuxedo, you wear this instead of a tie BOWTIE
Level 219: Objects that are made from clay CERAMIC
Level 219: Famous Spanish artist who painted Guernica and invented Cubism PICASSO
Level 219: Police cyborg who fought the Terminator in the comics ROBOCOP
Level 219: The majority French-speaking province of Canada QUEBEC
Level 219: What is this type of investment put in a trust? ESCROW
Level 219: ______ J. Fox, former actor on “Spin City”; has a foundation dedicated MICHAEL
Level 219: What is this wheeled tool? PULLEY
Level 220: A person who brings a case against the defendant in court PLAINTIFF
Level 220: The family name of Luke, Anakin, and Leia in the Star Wars series SKYWALKER
Level 220: Classic card game that came with many versions of Windows SOLITAIRE
Level 220: Tennis major in London WIMBLEDON
Level 220: Biting remarks that use irony to mock SARCASTIC
Level 220: Darth Vader wanted to turn Luke Skywalker to the ____ ____ DARKSIDE
Level 220: Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Men in Black star this actor WILLSMITH
Level 220: Dome-shaped shelter made from ice blocks IGLOO
Level 220: Ocean off the east coast of US ATLANTIC
Level 220: People who work for a company EMPLOYEES
Level 220: A ______ parent is a person who cares for a child who is not legally FOSTER
Level 220: Finders _______, losers weepers KEEPERS
Level 220: Putting your hands together to show your approval of a performance CLAPPING
Level 220: The first to explore a land or invent a technology PIONEER
Level 220: What is this term related to sight? OCULAR
Level 220: Walking on a tightrope requires a good sense of this BALANCE
Level 221: Make this to build your house DRYWALL
Level 221: An elaborate and formal meal for many people BANQUET
Level 221: To make a hole by digging EXCAVATE
Level 221: Footwear for animals commonly ridden by cavalry HORSESHOES
Level 221: Hearing organs which vibrate in response to sound waves EARDRUMS
Level 221: Term for the time 12:00 AM MIDNIGHT
Level 221: The process of coming to live permanently in a foreign country IMMIGRATION
Level 221: ______ dipping is the term for nude swimming SKINNY
Level 221: Peanut ______ is a condiment that goes well with jelly BUTTER
Level 221: Host of American game shows “Whose Line is it Anyway?” and “The Price DREWCAREY
Level 221: A person who runs through a public place in the nude STREAKER
Level 221: What is this Japanese dish called? TEMPURA
Level 221: The US government has 3 ______: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial BRANCHES
Level 221: Machine for cutting grass to keep it tidy LAWNMOWER
Level 222: Shelved storage usually for dishes CUPBOARD
Level 222: Often seen denim pants loved by cowboys BLUEJEANS
Level 222: Arcade games are often controlled using this JOYSTICK
Level 222: Who a teacher teaches STUDENT
Level 222: Spiky plant commonly seen in the desert CACTUS
Level 222: The body’s regulator of blood sugar levels INSULIN
Level 222: Jewish girl who famously wrote a diary during WW2 ANNEFRANK
Level 222: The process through which liquid turns to gas EVAPORATION
Level 222: Where livestock graze PASTURE
Level 222: The law of ______ and demand describes how prices can change SUPPLY
Level 222: Street performing for a crowd and, hopefully, some tips BUSKING
Level 222: Activity done to improve your health and increase body strength EXERCISE
Level 222: Pixar produced animated movie featuring Sheriff Woody TOYSTORY
Level 222: Practice of pursuing and shooting wild animals HUNTING
Level 222: Basketball legend Dominique Wilkins played for the ______ Hawks between ATLANTA
Level 222: A blunder caused by inattention or poor judgement MISTAKE
Level 223: Both Lenin and Putin have this first name VLADIMIR
Level 223: Broadway, Central Park, and the Empire State Building can all be MANHATTAN
Level 223: The current Queen of England ELIZABETH
Level 223: Dr. Seuss’ Grinch hates this holiday CHRISTMAS
Level 223: Studies show that consuming this sweet feels the same as being in CHOCOLATE
Level 223: Tiled room for freshening up BATHROOM
Level 223: What is this type of men’s underwear? BOXERSHORTS
Level 223: Best known for being the smallest dog breed in the world CHIHUAHUA
Level 223: The Hogwarts’ house symbolized by a serpent SLYTHERIN
Level 223: ________ Affairs is a law enforcement division which investigates INTERNAL
Level 223: Black woodwind instrument; Squidward plays one CLARINET
Level 223: A region of space having a gravitational field so intense that even BLACKHOLE
Level 223: ATM is an _________ Teller Machine AUTOMATED
Level 223: An exploitable ambiguity in a set of rules LOOPHOLE
Level 223: What is this makeup technique? CONTOUR
Level 223: A man who has never been married BACHELOR
Level 223: White, yellow, and orange-striped triangular candy resembling kernels CANDYCORN
Level 223: Batman’s feline frenemy and love interest CATWOMAN
Level 224: ________ Franklin, one of the founding father of America, who appears BENJAMIN
Level 224: Resolve a dispute with an estranged friend RECONCILE
Level 224: A love ________ is a romantic relationship between three people TRIANGLE
Level 224: What country is this flag from? FRANCE
Level 224: _______ comedy is an act delivered by a comedian in front of an audience STANDUP
Level 224: Capital of Russia MOSCOW
Level 224: Ocean which can be seen off the west coast of the US PACIFIC
Level 224: Immune response to substances like pollen, fur, or a particular food ALLERGY
Level 224: A wedding _______ helps guests pick out appropriate gifts REGISTRY
Level 224: Muscles between the knee and the foot CALVES
Level 224: Under this trance-like state, a person is more open to suggestions; HYPNOSIS
Level 224: Supersonic commercial airliner, now discontinued CONCORDE
Level 224: A somewhat vestigial organ; might be found at the back of a book APPENDIX
Level 224: Gambling game where players buy numbered tickets for a chance to LOTTERY
Level 224: Ireland’s capital city DUBLIN
Level 224: Metal bar with a curved end used to pry things open CROWBAR
Level 224: Genre of fiction meant to make you laugh COMEDY
Level 224: What is this musical instrument? CORNET
Level 224: Dustin _______ had iconic roles in “Rain Man” and “The Graduate” HOFFMAN
Level 224: Well known, but not in a good way INFAMOUS
Level 225: The largest social network in the world FACEBOOK
Level 225: ________ exclusive means one event doesn’t influence another MUTUALLY
Level 225: Sound of something falling into water SPLASH
Level 225: What is this term of endearment? SWEETHEARTS
Level 225: To bring the dead back to life RESURRECT
Level 225: To draw in breath INHALE
Level 225: Audience members who yell and make fun of a stand-up comedian HECKLERS
Level 225: Type of beard named after a farm animal GOATEE
Level 225: An _________ cord lets you use appliances further away from a power EXTENSION
Level 225: What is this flying insect? DRAGONFLY
Level 225: It is illegal to drink this and drive ALCOHOL
Level 225: Old ______ is about a yellow dog saving the life of the boy who YELLER
Level 225: An exercise where you lie face up and lift a heavy barbell over your BENCHPRESS
Level 225: This helps you pay for college SCHOLARSHIP
Level 225: What is this tool? BLOWTORCH
Level 225: “Wallace and Gromit” uses this type of animation style CLAYMATION
Level 225: This place is very important to Superman DAILYPLANET

Level 251: The males of this aquatic species carry the children SEAHORSE
Level 251: A surface that doesn’t have any bumps or dings SMOOTH
Level 251: What is this essential pet sanitary item? CATLITTER
Level 251: Ray ______, star of Everyone Loves Raymondu201C and voice of Manny in ROMANO
Level 251: Son in a royal family PRINCE
Level 251: This Southeast Asian country’s shores are home to the lionfish SINGAPORE
Level 251: What is this low point? BOTTOM
Level 251: Small seeds found on burger buns SESAME
Level 251: Catchy music you can’t seem to forget EARWORM
Level 251: Team winter sport where racers slide down courses for the best times BOBSLEIGH
Level 251: Until 1912, China was ruled by these royal families DYNASTIES
Level 251: Medical term for the womb UTERUS
Level 251: To turn something upside down INVERT
Level 251: To plot a course to a destination NAVIGATE
Level 251: Seventh planet from the Sun URANUS
Level 251: Thin long pasta that might be eaten with meatballs SPAGHETTI
Level 251: Cartoon character that lives in a pineapple under the sea SPONGEBOB
Level 251: The part of the newspaper where the biggest headline goes FRONTPAGE
Level 251: Sport that is similar to basketball, but is played in a swimming WATERPOLO
Level 251: What word would you end and sign this with? SINCERELY
Level 251: Couple who have just married NEWLYWEDS
Level 252: Scientist that studies the origin and evolution of the universe COSMOLOGIST
Level 252: What is this wall-less structure? GAZEBO
Level 252: To bring bad luck JINX
Level 252: Standing or sitting position where the back is straight UPRIGHT
Level 252: A transparent tank where fish and other water pets are kept AQUARIUM
Level 252: What is this hazard? QUICKSAND
Level 252: Children are taught to say ______ and thank you to be polite PLEASE
Level 252: A pink and white root vegetable TURNIP
Level 252: The mammary gland of cows where milk is stored UDDER
Level 252: Protects a dining surface from errant food stains TABLECLOTH
Level 252: Vertebrate animals that have hair or fur and usually birth live young MAMMAL
Level 252: Tired; exhausted FATIGUED
Level 252: Money given for the return of a lost item REWARD
Level 252: Anger and Happiness are types of these EMOTIONS
Level 252: Lionel Messi plays for this Spanish team BARCELONA
Level 252: What is this unsolicited correspondence? JUNKMAIL
Level 252: Type of movies that revolve around suspenseful situations THRILLER
Level 252: Medical term for the abnormal narrowing of a passage in the body STENOSIS
Level 252: A person who deals in commodities for profit MERCHANT
Level 252: Moving staircase for going between floors ESCALATOR
Level 252: SNL’s opening phrase is “Live from New York, it’s ________ Night!” SATURDAY
Level 252: Devices that measure how far cars have traveled ODOMETERS
Level 252: A straight marker indicating the end of a race FINISHLINE
Level 252: What is this handicap? CLUBFOOT
Level 252: An ultimate enemy of sleeping in ALARMCLOCK
Level 253: What is this sport? ICEFISHING
Level 253: Marvel genius who built an iconic suit from a box of scraps TONYSTARK
Level 253: Challenging exercises that are high intensity but low duration ANAEROBIC
Level 253: Found where a river experiences a dramatic drop WATERFALL
Level 253: Type of aircraft that is invisible to radars STEALTH
Level 253: What is this clothing item? CORSET
Level 253: Profound emotions that come from a chest organ HEARTFELT
Level 253: Tool used to unclog toilets PLUNGER
Level 253: A person who adores browsing for things to buy SHOPAHOLIC
Level 253: Percussive buildup to an announcement; “___ ___, please” DRUMROLL
Level 253: To appreciate and care for something or someone lovingly CHERISH
Level 253: What does this line do to the angle? BISECT
Level 253: A roller ____ is a main attraction of an amusement park COASTER
Level 253: The five ranks of the _______ are duke, marquis, earl, viscount, PEERAGE
Level 253: Spend money frivolously SPLURGE
Level 254: Image hosting site purchased by Yahoo in 2005 FLICKR
Level 254: German dog with short legs and a long body DACHSHUND
Level 254: Egypt is famous for these mathematical shapes PYRAMIDS
Level 254: Who is this child wizard? HARRYPOTTER
Level 254: ______ Jackson was the 7th president of US ANDREW
Level 254: The second-in-command on a vessel FIRSTMATE
Level 254: Celestial objects with long tails; Halley’s comes around once every COMETS
Level 254: Common upper body clothing SHIRTS
Level 254: Rage _______ the Machine is a US metal band that sang Sleep Now AGAINST
Level 254: Essential part of a computer that executes instructions PROCESSOR
Level 254: The only type of the tuna labeled white meat in the US; also known ALBACORE
Level 254: Type of sandal with a Y-shaped strap FLIPFLOPS
Level 254: Strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate in one NEAPOLITAN
Level 254: What is this familiar sitcom convention? RUNNINGJOKE
Level 254: Robin Hood’s love interest MAIDMARIAN
Level 254: Han Solo’s Wookie companion CHEWBACCA
Level 254: A meeting between two people who have never met, usually with romantic BLINDDATE
Level 254: _________ books have stiff bindings HARDCOVER
Level 255: This proof is for what type of Geometry? EUCLIDEAN
Level 255: Word; taken against one’s will ABDUCTED
Level 255: Label that shows the price of an item PRICETAG
Level 255: ______J. Fox, former actor on Spin City; has a foundation dedicated MICHAEL
Level 255: One thousand meters KILOMETER
Level 255: Paul ________, former member of The Beatles MCCARTNEY
Level 255: A feeling that nothing can be done HOPELESS
Level 255: What is this body part? ELBOW
Level 255: Monopoly piece that can protect your finger THIMBLE
Level 255: Classic game; carefully pluck items out of a red-nosed man’s body OPERATION
Level 255: Subatomic particle that doesn’t have a charge NEUTRON
Level 255: Soldiers who shoot from long distances SNIPERS
Level 255: A fad “challenge” that involved dumping freezing water on people ICEBUCKET
Level 255: “_________ of Broken Dreams”, a 2004 song by Green Day BOULEVARD
Level 255: Leafy green meal with the same name as a famous Roman emperor CAESARSALAD
Level 255: “_____, ___, __!”, three words that might be used to start a race READYSETGO
Level 255: What is this uncredited author? GHOSTWRITER
Level 256: Spirits of the dead who may rattle chains GHOSTS
Level 256: Connected to the Internet ONLINE
Level 256: What is this research animal? LABRAT
Level 256: 2-day athletic competition with 10 events DECATHLON
Level 256: Change in the DNA sequence that can be passed onto offspring MUTATION
Level 256: Ferdinand Magellan and Marco Polo were both this EXPLORERS
Level 256: Limited in scope or width NARROW
Level 256: Romance language considered the Language of Love FRENCH
Level 256: Private rocket development company owned by Elon Musk SPACEX
Level 256: Center for children whose parents are at work DAYCARE
Level 256: Close-fitting legwear; commonly worn by dancers TIGHTS
Level 256: A ______ vow is a very important promise SOLEMN
Level 256: Utensil used to skin fruits and vegetables PEELER
Level 256: When a volcano ejects molten material into the atmosphere ERUPTION
Level 256: A colorful instrument played with mallets XYLOPHONE
Level 256: Someone who funds a startup INVESTOR
Level 256: What are these celebratory pieces of paper? CONFETTI
Level 256: To pass another competitor in a race OVERTAKE
Level 256: Product in Apple’s laptop family MACBOOK
Level 256: You go to a barber to get one HAIRCUT
Level 256: What is this Mexican tradition? HATDANCE
Level 257: What is this dairy product? BLUECHEESE
Level 257: Ticket price for a flight AIRFARE
Level 257: An event that causes great damage DISASTROUS
Level 257: .MP4, .JPEG, and .DOC are different types of file _______ FORMATS
Level 257: _______ Sanders was the founder of KFC COLONEL
Level 257: People from the capital of France PARISIAN
Level 257: Little Red ____ Hood is the tale of little girl and a wolf RIDING
Level 257: Loudspeaker made for playing low frequency sounds; not dogs WOOFER
Level 257: Stroke in tennis where the palm faces the ball FOREHAND
Level 257: Ireland’s capital city DUBLIN
Level 257: Person in charge of handling animals; classic Jeep model WRANGLER
Level 257: Cold-blooded reptiles with feet LIZARDS
Level 257: Reliable information comes from a trusted ______ SOURCE
Level 257: The Two _______ is the second book in the Lord of the Ring trilogy TOWERS
Level 257: To propel a projectile beyond its intended target OVERSHOOT
Level 257: An adhesive so powerful it should have a cape SUPERGLUE
Level 257: Slim red explosive with a fuse DYNAMITE
Level 257: What are these spots? FRECKLES
Level 257: “No shoes, no service”, means you can’t go in with ____ ____ BAREFEET
Level 258: What is this imitator? COPYCAT
Level 258: When the upper jaw goes over the lower jaw OVERBITE
Level 258: Spongebob Squarepants’ pink starfish companion PATRICK
Level 258: The part of your pants used to store small objects POCKET
Level 258: What is this winged animal on the Mexican coat of arms? EAGLE
Level 258: Yellow vehicle that takes students to their teachers SCHOOLBUS
Level 258: Person who permanently leaves the workforce due to age RETIREE
Level 258: Parasites that feed on blood LEECHES
Level 258: US battery brand with a golden top DURACELL
Level 258: “_____house-Five”, an anti-war novel by Kurt Vonnegut SLAUGHTER
Level 258: To punish someone on behalf of the person harmed AVENGE
Level 258: Words and wishes to the divine PRAYER
Level 258: Traditional Japanese formal dress KIMONO
Level 258: A feeling of unhappiness SADNESS
Level 258: Another term for a doctor PHYSICIAN
Level 258: What yellow pile might this be hard to find in? HAYSTACK
Level 258: Yankee Doodle called his feathered cap this MACARONI
Level 258: A type of tea named after nobility EARLGREY
Level 258: What is this shiny decoration? GLITTER
Level 258: A short, stout, and hairy race often found in stock fantasy settings DWARVES
Level 258: South Korea’s national sport and martial art TAEKWONDO
Level 259: What is this romantic experience? FIRSTLOVE
Level 259: Gained a point, goal, or run in a competitive game SCORED
Level 259: File setting that means it can only be viewed, not changed or deleted READONLY
Level 259: 2015 sci-fi movie starring Matt Damon and his return home MARTIAN
Level 259: Something against the law is this ILLEGAL
Level 259: _______ Rock, Elvis’ second film after Love Me Tender JAILHOUSE
Level 259: In basketball, multiple retrievals of the ball after missed shots REBOUNDS
Level 259: Michael ______ is considered the greatest basketball player of all-time JORDAN
Level 259: The and A are this in English grammar ARTICLE
Level 259: Write, rite, right, and Wright are all examples of this HOMOPHONE
Level 259: An iconic American T.V. show about six people living in New York FRIENDS
Level 259: Ancient two wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used in battles and races CHARIOT
Level 259: What kind of person might use this to make you veeerry sleepy? HYPNOTIST
Level 259: Professor _________, the arch-nemesis of Sherlock Holmes MORIARTY
Level 259: Clam _______, a soup originating in the US which contains clams, CHOWDER
Level 259: Chemical typically used to disinfect this CHLORINE
Level 259: Type of mammal named after the Latin for “pouch” MARSUPIAL
Level 260: A bound tome where photos, objects, and other memories are stored SCRAPBOOK
Level 260: Removing creases from fabric with heat IRONING
Level 260: Until 1912, China was ruled by these DYNASTIES
Level 260: The phase when an aircraft goes into flight TAKEOFF
Level 260: The side making a claim has the Burden of ____ PROOF
Level 260: US battery brand with a copper-colored top DURACELL
Level 260: Organized collection of electronically accessible information DATABASE
Level 260: Surprisingly, this element only makes up 21% of the air, while the OXYGEN
Level 260: What is this non-professional? LAYMAN
Level 260: In Jeopardy, you need to ring this to get a chance to answer a question BUZZER
Level 260: What is this term related to sight? OCULAR
Level 260: A ______ controller is used to control your TV REMOTE
Level 260: Language that originated from Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Britain ENGLISH
Level 260: Freebie given to potential customers SAMPLE
Level 260: One can’t compare these to apples ORANGES
Level 260: A small folded booklet used to present simple information PAMPHLET
Level 260: What is this bird? FLAMINGO
Level 260: Annual multi-genre entertainment convention held in San Diego COMICCON
Level 260: Where is she conducting her business? SEASHORE
Level 260: “Sonic the _______”, 2020 film about a famous blue video game hero HEDGEHOG
Level 260: Another name for coriander; some say it tastes like soap CILANTRO
Level 260: An element of an artistic work that has been overused and lost its CLICHE
Level 260: The most famous and widely used cryptocurrency BITCOIN
Level 261: Underground cemetery CATACOMBS
Level 261: White ceramic that originated in China PORCELAIN
Level 261: Part of the refrigerator with the lowest temperatures FREEZER
Level 261: Type of ram used to break through walls and gates BATTERING
Level 261: A person who rides waves on a board SURFER
Level 261: What is this plant-related term? GERMINATE
Level 261: A _______ card is a computer part that improves visual performance GRAPHICS
Level 261: Feeling of pity for someone’s misfortune SYMPATHY
Level 261: _____ horror is a genre of fiction popularized by H.P. Lovecraft COSMIC
Level 261: What position is this? FETAL
Level 261: Highest part of a mountain; gathering of government diplomats SUMMIT
Level 261: Specialist of a field or subject EXPERT
Level 261: A white sauce made with mayonnaise and chopped pickles; often eaten TARTAR
Level 261: The state of matter between solid and gas LIQUID
Level 262: Triangular pastry from India that is filled with spiced meat or vegetables SAMOSA
Level 262: A ______ shower is an observable celestial event where lights streak METEOR
Level 262: A set of icons in an app that can be clicked to activate functions TOOLBAR
Level 262: Animal dung used for fertilizing the land MANURE
Level 262: Jack climbed one of these and encountered a giant BEANSTALK
Level 262: Fast, maneuverable warship that escorts larger ships DESTROYER
Level 262: Deep narrow valley with steep sides CANYON
Level 262: Moving like this reptile SLITHERING
Level 262: Person or company that buys and sells paintings ARTDEALER
Level 262: Scholars who study the structure and use of language LINGUISTS
Level 262: What type of school organization is this? FRATERNITY
Level 262: An object placed in vehicles to keep toddlers in place CHILDSEAT
Level 262: Type of insect with between 30 and 350 legs CENTIPEDE
Level 262: Professional who designs buildings and may supervise their construction ARCHITECT
Level 263: With no part left out; whole ENTIRE
Level 263: Part of a garden or park where tulips and daisies grow FLOWERBED
Level 263: The ________ of Riddick are sci-fi movies starring Vin Diesel CHRONICLES
Level 263: US toy maker with brands including Barbie dolls and Matchbox cars MATTEL
Level 263: 1970s hit by the Village People; the dance spells out the name YMCA
Level 263: This person works on a boat or ship SAILOR
Level 263: A room built to allow in copious amounts of sunlight SOLARIUM
Level 263: Hair style formed from intertwined hair BRAIDS
Level 263: Abstaining from all kinds of food or drink FASTING
Level 263: How many lives does this animal supposedly have? NINE
Level 263: Defects or blemishes that mar an object’s perfection FLAWS
Level 263: Salty solution used for pickling food BRINE
Level 263: Sea dweller often confused with its relative, the tortoise TURTLE
Level 263: It’s hard to solve one side of a _____’s Cube, let alone all six RUBIK
Level 263: Professional who reviews and assesses movies, restaurants, art, etc. CRITIC
Level 264: The _______ system of a car is used to spark fuel IGNITION
Level 264: Prince Harry is the Duke of ______ SUSSEX
Level 264: Person who travels around, never settling in a single location WANDERER
Level 264: To demand something forcefully, denying any refutation INSIST
Level 264: The head honcho of an organization; large solid dairy product BIGCHEESE
Level 264: What time is it? HAPPYHOUR
Level 264: To be forcefully removed from a location EJECTED
Level 264: Time period that comes after the present FUTURE
Level 264: What is this source of infant cuteness? BABYFAT
Level 264: Wonderland denizen who has a tendency to vanish, leaving only a smile CHESHIRECAT
Level 264: A pacifier might help ______ a baby SOOTHE
Level 264: Writing material made from the tanned skins of sheep and goats PARCHMENT
Level 264: Where you might see “www.” on an internet browser ADDRESSBAR
Level 264: Sandy timekeeping device HOURGLASS
Level 264: Expression; slow, steady progress BABYSTEPS
Level 264: Slower and much bigger cousins of alligators CROCODILES
Level 264: Phrase; something that indicates things might turn around or improve RAYOFHOPE
Level 264: Handheld device used to capture video CAMCORDER
Level 264: Another name for pyrite, due to its resemblance to a valuable yellow FOOLSGOLD
Level 264: His list featured in Spielberg’s famous black-and-white WW2 film SCHINDLER
Level 264: Famous English researcher of chimpanzees JANEGOODALL
Level 265: A short segment of something, especially a song SNIPPET
Level 265: What is this commercial action? IMPORT
Level 265: Vehicles rely on these massive machines under the hood to move ENGINE
Level 265: A _________ personality attracts others, similar to how its namesake MAGNETIC
Level 265: Hairs that cats use to sense their surroundings WHISKERS
Level 265: This eccentric musician sang “Poker Face” and “Bad Romance” LADYGAGA
Level 265: An amount that is more than necessary EXCESS
Level 265: The feel and appearance of a surface TEXTURE
Level 265: Small circular object used to fasten clothes BUTTON
Level 265: Cleaned between teeth with a string FLOSSED
Level 265: What is this athlete? SPRINTER
Level 265: A geometric shape with four sides of equal length SQUARE
Level 265: German city that hosts the famous annual Oktoberfest beer celebration MUNICH
Level 265: Who is this Greek philosopher? SOCRATES
Level 265: To call the last called number again REDIAL
Level 265: The traditional sound of a doorbell DINGDONG
Level 266: ______ dragons are the heaviest lizards on Earth KOMODO
Level 266: ______ Nelson, country music legend who sang Georgia on my Mind WILLIE
Level 266: Breakfast porridge made from grains OATMEAL
Level 266: Long trips in sea or space VOYAGE
Level 266: The _____ Years’ War was a series of conflicts from 1337 – 1453 over HUNDRED
Level 266: What is this music term? HARMONY
Level 266: Application used to search the internet; e.g. Chrome and Firefox BROWSER
Level 266: A person or animal you spend a lot of time with COMPANION
Level 266: ____ ____ the King! is a proclaimation for the ascension of a new LONGLIVE
Level 266: Test of strength where two teams pull on opposing sides of a rope TUGOFWAR
Level 266: The Matrix trilogy details humanity’s fight against these MACHINES
Level 266: Not one or the other NEITHER
Level 266: Old _______ had a farm, E I E I O MACDONALD
Level 266: What animal is this lost traveler? PENGUIN
Level 266: In NA, the main dish of the meal may be called this ENTREE
Level 266: Equipment used to protect one’s head HELMET
Level 266: What is this type of lawyer? DEFENSE
Level 266: This type of plane drops explosives onto enemy targets BOMBER
Level 266: You enter via this, and exit via the exit ENTRANCE
Level 267: Running at max speed over a short distance SPRINT
Level 267: Place in a home used for planting produce GARDEN
Level 267: Public transport that runs on tracks TRAINS
Level 267: What doesn’t kill you makes you _______, supposedly STRONGER
Level 267: Catchy tune that gets stuck in your head EARWORM
Level 267: What is this type of quick look over? EYEBALLING
Level 267: French emperor Napoleon’s last name BONAPARTE
Level 267: Wizard of legend who is said to have served King Arthur MERLIN
Level 267: Name for a sweet purple flower and a purple color LAVENDER
Level 267: Circus performers that wear white make up and a red nose CLOWNS
Level 267: To magically enhance something ENCHANT
Level 267: Kansas girl whisked off to Oz DOROTHY
Level 267: The Bible has two sections, the New and Old _______ TESTAMENT
Level 267: An altered version of a musical piece REMIX
Level 267: A ______ of stairs is a series of stairs between floors FLIGHT
Level 267: A stiletto or dirk is a type of this DAGGER
Level 267: Tool used to unclog toilets PLUNGER
Level 267: Sugary fluid produced by flowers; favored meal for bees and butterflies NECTAR

Level 288: 2-day athletic competition with 10 events DECATHLON
Level 288: Button on your keyboard with the most real estate SPACEBAR
Level 288: What is this sleepy motion? YAWNING
Level 288: A rush of snow or rocks sliding down a slope AVALANCHE
Level 288: PBS has a Roadshow to find these old treasures ANTIQUES
Level 288: Eight of these pull Santa’s sleigh REINDEER
Level 288: What writing implement is used to fill in this exam? PENCIL
Level 288: What are these baked goods? COOKIES
Level 288: A professional who can fix up a car MECHANIC
Level 289: A way to connect to the internet without a cable, offered in many WIFI
Level 289: The actor who portrays James Bond in “Casino Royale” and “Skyfall DANIEL
Level 289: To deliberately not show up for class SKIP
Level 289: What is this sound phenomenon? ECHO
Level 289: Holiday season for students SUMMER
Level 289: Small job that one sometimes needs to run ERRAND
Level 290: What is this mythical animal? SPHINX
Level 290: Blade affixed to the end of a firearm BAYONET
Level 290: A machine for destroying documents SHREDDER
Level 290: Leader of the Soviet Union during WWII STALIN
Level 290: Invalid or faulty reasoning FALLACY
Level 290: What common dental problem will result from this? CAVITY
Level 290: A person from Copenhagen is ______ DANISH
Level 290: The sound a turkey makes GOBBLE
Level 290: The ability to wait without anger or frustration PATIENCE
Level 291: Protruding region of a pig or dog’s face SNOUT
Level 291: Bilbo, Frodo, and Sam are members of this fantasy race HOBBIT
Level 291: A baby cow CALF
Level 291: What is this marine mammal? WALRUS
Level 291: An infant or newborn BABY
Level 291: Another word for 10 years DECADE
Level 291: There are typically 12 of these in a large pizza SLICES
Level 292: “Selling like _______”; selling very quickly HOTCAKES
Level 292: Ernest _________ is the author of “A Farewell to Arms” HEMINGWAY
Level 292: Tools and items needed to accomplish some goal EQUIPMENT
Level 292: What is this writing equipment? INKWELL
Level 292: A house that has more ghosts than usual HAUNTED
Level 292: The presence of harmful chemicals in the air and water POLLUTION
Level 292: A period of darkness caused by a power failure BLACKOUT
Level 292: What kind of gardening structure are they building? GREENHOUSE
Level 292: Ruler with total power and control over a country DICTATOR
Level 292: “The _______”, an epic poem written by Homer ODYSSEY
Level 293: A type of pig that lives freely in the wild BOAR
Level 293: A ticklish red Muppet from Sesame Street ELMO
Level 293: You might use a joke or a witty comment to _____ the ice BREAK
Level 293: A shop that sells fresh bread BAKERY
Level 293: What flying toy is this? KITE
Level 293: A tool with rungs that is used to reach high places LADDER
Level 294: What is this uncontrolled and aggressive movement? RAMPAGE
Level 294: Canadian singer nicknamed the “Godfather of Grunge”; he sang “Harvest NEILYOUNG
Level 294: To return to a healthy state from injury RECOVER
Level 294: Greek demigod who performed 12 labors; featured in a 1997 Disney HERCULES
Level 294: To look after a child for its parents BABYSIT
Level 294: An attractive older gentleman SILVERFOX
Level 294: Someone who seeks to improve relations between their country and DIPLOMAT
Level 294: Apparatus used to breathe just under the surface of the water SNORKEL
Level 294: To receive money or property from a loved one after their passing INHERIT
Level 295: Largest video-sharing site in the world YOUTUBE
Level 295: What meteorological phenomenon is this? STORM
Level 295: If you are not in a relationship, then you are ______ SINGLE
Level 295: The UK comprises 4 countries: Scotland, _____, Wales, and Northern ENGLAND
Level 295: Country with the largest landmass RUSSIA
Level 295: Card game where one can make hands such as a Full House or Royal POKER
Level 295: This geometric feature comes in right, acute, or obtuse varieties ANGLE
Level 296: Natural water feature between Ontario and New York state NIAGARAFALLS
Level 296: Christmas sweet with red and white stripes CANDYCANE
Level 296: Patriot famed for his “Midnight Ride” where he supposedly shouted PAULREVERE
Level 296: Who is this child wizard? HARRYPOTTER
Level 296: The most important meal of the day BREAKFAST
Level 296: This company action increases unemployment DOWNSIZING
Level 296: A working situation where one has no chance of moving upward DEADENDJOB
Level 296: Patron saint of Ireland SAINTPATRICK
Level 296: Name used for a vehicle that criminals escape a crime scene in GETAWAYCAR
Level 296: A member of a squad that performs and shouts encouragement for a CHEERLEADER
Level 296: What kind of employment situation is this? FREELANCE
Level 297: A brief appearance of a movie star in a film CAMEO
Level 297: “____!… I Did It Again” is the second album from Britney Spears OOPS
Level 297: Pumbaa’s best friend TIMON
Level 297: What rootless aquatic plant is this? ALGAE
Level 297: Country found in North America; famous cities include Vancouver and CANADA
Level 297: Do you want _____ with that burger? FRIES
Level 298: Things you want to experience before dying BUCKETLIST
Level 298: Home of GMT, the G stands for this location GREENWICH
Level 298: The furthest from the window, in a row of airline passenger seats AISLESEAT
Level 298: Newspaper cartoons served up in boxes COMICSTRIP
Level 298: A term for this number of babies QUADRUPLETS
Level 298: Yellow tropical fruit with spiky skin PINEAPPLE
Level 298: Should be purchased in case of an accident INSURANCE
Level 298: The most Canadian of the Five Great Lakes of North America LAKEONTARIO
Level 299: Fluffy, high-altitude sun blocker; a dark one heralds rain CLOUD
Level 299: Who is this person of no importance or authority? NOBODY
Level 299: Luxury car brand with a rearing black horse on its logo FERRARI
Level 299: Comes in “midterm” and “final” varieties EXAMS
Level 299: Another way to address a police force member OFFICER
Level 299: Yellow bathmate ducks are made of _____ RUBBER
Level 299: Apple’s mobile device brand name IPHONE
Level 300: Ocean creature with a long, sharp nose resembling a blade SWORDFISH
Level 300: Modern successor to the abacus CALCULATOR
Level 300: Top Olympic runner who is as fast as his name USAINBOLT
Level 300: These Boys made hits like u201CI Want it That Way” BACKSTREET
Level 300: Barbara ________, US actress and singer STREISAND
Level 300: Computer, telecommunication device, and camera all in one SMARTPHONE
Level 300: Famous US fast food restaurant that sells the Big Mac; “Golden Arches” MCDONALDS
Level 300: Huge, ten-legged deep-sea creature; natural enemy of the sperm whale GIANTSQUID
Level 300: What is this calculation method? LONGDIVISION
Level 300: Itchy childhood sickness CHICKENPOX
Level 300: Signature saying; “Live long and prosper,” for Spock CATCHPHRASE

Level 301: Handheld protection from the rain UMBRELLA
Level 301: Most celebrated physicist in history; E equals MC squared EINSTEIN
Level 301: Numbers below zero NEGATIVE
Level 301: Hexagonal honeymaker home BEEHIVE
Level 301: A scheduled stop between flights, where you transfer to another plane LAYOVER
Level 302: Vegetable that resembles a stout cucumber; also called a “summer ZUCCHINI
Level 302: What does this represent? CHECKBOOK
Level 302: Harry Potter’s red-haired friend RONWEASLEY
Level 302: Spatially, there are three of these DIMENSIONS
Level 302: What is this playground equipment? JUNGLEGYM
Level 302: Fictional doctor who can speak to animals DOLITTLE
Level 302: Blended beverage made from ice cream and a certain diary product MILKSHAKE
Level 302: The aviation branch of a nation’s military AIRFORCE
Level 302: Winter team sport where racers slide down courses for the best times BOBSLEIGH
Level 303: Something that can be told to get a laugh JOKE
Level 303: Beverage made from squeezing fruits JUICE
Level 303: What’s this beautiful headwear TURBAN
Level 303: At least partly autonomous machine that performs complex tasks ROBOT
Level 303: Jupiter has 79 of these, including Ganymede and Europa MOONS
Level 303: The leader of this group of superheroes is Charles Xavier XMEN
Level 303: Heavy object that keeps a ship in place ANCHOR
Level 304: Grumpy avian stars of a popular mobile game ANGRYBIRDS
Level 304: Job, profession, work; how one earns a living OCCUPATION
Level 304: An inflatable safety vest that keeps one afloat LIFEJACKET
Level 304: Occurring immediately in sequence; facing outwards in opposite directions BACKTOBACK
Level 304: X marks the spot TREASUREMAP
Level 304: What insect will come out of this? BUTTERFLY
Level 304: Injury caused by a blow to the head CONCUSSION
Level 304: Event where the latest in clothing styles are presented FASHIONSHOW
Level 304: Famous sailor-uniform-wearing Disney bird with a unique voice DONALDDUCK
Level 304: The process through which liquid turns to gas EVAPORATION
Level 304: Popular UK dish involving fries and the fillet of an aquatic animal FISHANDCHIPS
Level 304: A person with a Body Mass Index of 25% to 30% can be described as OVERWEIGHT
Level 305: Watercraft that lets users zip around the water JETSKI
Level 305: What instrument is this? BAGPIPE
Level 305: This stone can be sharpened or used to make a spark for a fire FLINT
Level 305: A color that has the same name as a fruit ORANGE
Level 305: Founder of America’s second largest motor company, _____ Ford HENRY
Level 305: _____ Spears, American singer with major hits like “…Baby One More BRITNEY
Level 306: In baseball, a runner must touch ____ ____ to score a run HOMEPLATE
Level 306: Black-clad Sith lord with intimidating breathing DARTHVADER
Level 306: Michael Jordan is an all-time great of this sport BASKETBALL
Level 306: What is this dining area? FOODCOURT
Level 306: A seer might use one of these to see your future CRYSTALBALL
Level 306: A way to decide the winner when the scores are the same TIEBREAKER
Level 306: What pieces of armor are these? GAUNTLETS
Level 306: On a battlefield, this role was important for both morale and identifying FLAGBEARER
Level 306: Available in paper or plastic GROCERYBAGS
Level 307: Professional networking site LINKEDIN
Level 307: _______ the Dots is a game where players draw a picture by drawing CONNECT
Level 307: Robber; thief; outlaw BANDIT
Level 307: Seventh planet from the Sun URANUS
Level 307: What is this body of water found between Western Europe and Eastern BLACKSEA
Level 307: Thin pastry dessert from Austria with a sweet filling STRUDEL
Level 307: A surface that doesn’t have any bumps or dings SMOOTH
Level 308: Battlefield where queens, knights, and pawns alike do battle CHESSBOARD
Level 308: Many homes have two trash cans, one for trash, the other for ________ RECYCLING
Level 308: What is this type of men’s underwear? BOXERSHORTS
Level 308: Emergency box that contains medical supplies FIRSTAIDKIT
Level 308: Phrase; water cooler conversation SMALLTALK
Level 308: The initial lump sum of money made when something is bought on credit DOWNPAYMENT
Level 308: Term for an animal that feeds on carcasses SCAVENGER
Level 308: Hundred-year anniversary CENTENNIAL
Level 308: A painful type of dive that causes a big splash BELLYFLOP
Level 308: Hypothetical technology for traveling to the past or future TIMEMACHINE
Level 308: To “go behind _____ _____” is to infiltrate opposition-controlled ENEMYLINES
Level 309: “Black _____” is a 2011 British TV series that explores the effects MIRROR
Level 309: The wild card in a deck of playing cards JOKER
Level 309: What sound does this animal make? QUACK
Level 309: Painter’s support, usually wooden EASEL
Level 309: A road for airplanes taking off and landing RUNWAY
Level 309: Wizards’ prison guarded by dementors, in the Harry Potter series AZKABAN
Level 310: Dry or frayed tips of hairs SPLITENDS
Level 310: Expression; “take a ___ ___”, meaning to defer accepting an offer RAINCHECK
Level 310: Average length of a sitcom HALFANHOUR
Level 310: It is his or her destiny to be great CHOSENONE
Level 310: What game are they playing? HIDEANDSEEK
Level 310: They appear on your skin in response to excitement or very cold weather GOOSEBUMPS
Level 310: Another name for Mars REDPLANET
Level 310: “21 ____ ______”, a popular 1980s cop show that got a film remake JUMPSTREET
Level 310: Imaginary island where Peter Pan lives NEVERLAND
Level 311: A public sale where goods are sold to the highest bidder AUCTION
Level 311: Ball game where the referee often yells “love” TENNIS
Level 311: What is this type of balloon? HOTAIR
Level 311: Someone who holds a patent INVENTOR
Level 311: The shape of a baseball field DIAMOND
Level 311: Physical attack using your cranium HEADBUTT
Level 311: Games of ______ usually involve a lot of luck and little, if any, CHANCE
Level 312: 1981 American heavy metal band with hits like “Fade to Black” and METALLICA
Level 312: A ____ ___ ____ is running out of a restaurant without paying the DINEANDDASH
Level 312: Tower containing a beacon light to guide ships at sea LIGHTHOUSE
Level 312: The capital of Sweden STOCKHOLM
Level 312: This yellow Transformer got his own movie in 2018 BUMBLEBEE
Level 312: A golden ticket gets you a tour of this man’s chocolate factory WILLYWONKA
Level 312: Alternative medicine procedure where one is poked with needles ACUPUNCTURE
Level 312: What is this Italian food? STROMBOLI
Level 312: Weapon used by Jedi in Star Wars LIGHTSABER
Level 312: What is this money gifting sprite? TOOTHFAIRY
Level 312: Franklin D. _________, POTUS during WW2 ROOSEVELT
Level 313: Revenue minus expenses PROFIT
Level 313: To bring bad luck JINX
Level 313: A king who was cursed to have his touch turn things into gold MIDAS
Level 313: First double-digit prime number ELEVEN
Level 313: What is this part of a tree? STUMP
Level 313: Temperature-raising symptom of the flu FEVER
Level 314: Children always lose these, but they quickly grow back BABYTEETH
Level 314: One who travels by soliciting rides from others going in the same HITCHHIKER
Level 314: Common shape made by lying in fresh snow and moving ones arms and SNOWANGEL
Level 314: Expression; throwing out ideas BRAINSTORM
Level 314: A weather ritual that seeks to bring about precipitation RAINDANCE
Level 314: The most expensive property in Monopoly BOARDWALK
Level 314: What is this American retailer? FOOTLOCKER
Level 314: The backside of a basketball basket BACKBOARD
Level 314: Describes someone who gives more than they are asked; unselfish GENEROUS
Level 315: Climate that is hot and wet; muggy HUMID
Level 315: What’s this type of ancient drawing? CAVEART
Level 315: ______ Scissorhands, machine-turned-man played by Johnny Depp EDWARD
Level 315: A _____ card is a payment method that pays from the user’s checking DEBIT
Level 315: “To be or not to be, that is the question” HAMLET
Level 315: An installment of a TV series EPISODE
Level 315: Silver woodwind instrument that is held horizontally FLUTE
Level 316: Professional that helps open doors without keys LOCKSMITH
Level 316: A social gathering for people who share a workplace OFFICEPARTY
Level 316: Proofreading tool that ensures that your words are correct SPELLCHECK
Level 316: Expression; without warning OUTOFTHEBLUE
Level 316: What technology does this represent? BLUETOOTH
Level 316: Department responsible for managing and measuring a company’s financial ACCOUNTING
Level 316: The start of many jokes; who’s there? KNOCKKNOCK
Level 316: Furry-faced female carnival performer BEARDEDLADY
Level 316: A small flat device that provides extra data storage MEMORYCARD
Level 316: Being able to do this means you are ___________ AMBIDEXTROUS
Level 316: “The ______ _____”, 1998 sci-fi comedy starring Jim Carrey as a man TRUMANSHOW
Level 316: Do this with your mouse to select a file LEFTCLICK
Level 317: What is this wall-less structure? GAZEBO
Level 317: A place of knowledge, but please be quiet! LIBRARY
Level 317: Meal plans focused on losing weight DIETS
Level 317: Something used to lure in or distract from a different threat DECOY
Level 317: A basic ice cream flavor alongside chocolate VANILLA
Level 317: “I beg to _____” is a polite way of expressing disagreement DIFFER
Level 318: Ancient Roman Colosseum fighter GLADIATOR
Level 318: Best of the best; of the highest standard internationally WORLDCLASS
Level 318: A Christmas tradition is for lovers to kiss under this plant MISTLETOE
Level 318: What is this Bruce Willis movie? ARMAGEDDON
Level 318: An educational schooltime excursion; may require a permission slip FIELDTRIP
Level 318: The ship captained by Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean BLACKPEARL
Level 318: One of the richest men alive; philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft BILLGATES
Level 318: What is this term of endearment? SWEETHEARTS
Level 318: Party for the whole neighborhood, typically held on a closed-off BLOCKPARTY
Level 319: Cosmetics applied to the face such as lipstick and eyeshadow MAKEUP
Level 319: Toyota’s most famous hybrid vehicle PRIUS
Level 319: The best policy HONESTY
Level 319: Italian grilled sandwich, often made in a press PANINI
Level 319: Natalie _______ won an Oscar for “Black Swan” in 2011 PORTMAN
Level 319: Famous museum, home to the Mona Lisa LOUVRE
Level 319: Ralph ______, fashion designer LAUREN
Level 320: Swimming activity that uses a diving mask SNORKELING
Level 320: Found where a river goes over a dramatic drop WATERFALL
Level 320: To preserve food by drying it out DEHYDRATE
Level 320: Someone who talks a lot CHATTERBOX
Level 320: Who is this professional? HAIRDRESSER
Level 320: The headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry DUMBLEDORE
Level 320: What American stand-up comedian is this? CARROTTOP
Level 320: A situation in which two opponents are equally matched and unable STALEMATE
Level 320: Game in which participants must solve clues to unlock the door and ESCAPEROOM
Level 320: Annual music and art festival held in April in Indio, California COACHELLA
Level 320: “CD” stands for this COMPACTDISC
Level 320: To work together on a issue or matter COOPERATE
Level 320: American author and activist; first deaf-blind person to receive HELENKELLER
Level 321: Venus ___ _____, a plant that eats insects FLYTRAP
Level 321: A folder for sent e-mails OUTBOX
Level 321: Electronic home appliance used to liquefy fruits and vegetables BLENDER
Level 321: Who uses this for transportation? WITCH
Level 321: A word or phrase repeated in unison by a crowd CHANT
Level 321: A place of education and sometimes rock SCHOOL
Level 322: A “Good _________” helps a stranger in need SAMARITAN
Level 322: Television advertisement played during a show COMMERCIAL
Level 322: What are these energy-harnessing plates? SOLARPANELS
Level 322: Hong Kong actor who famously did his own stunts; “Rumble in the Bronx”, JACKIECHAN
Level 322: Longest day of the week; hump day WEDNESDAY
Level 322: Expression; wealthy MADEOFMONEY
Level 322: A ____-_____ experience might make your appreciation for life stronger NEARDEATH
Level 322: When a company runs out of money, they may need to declare this BANKRUPTCY
Level 322: Animal that lives in water and on land, e.g. a frog AMPHIBIAN
Level 323: The commander of a vessel CAPTAIN
Level 323: The _______ rate is the value you can convert currencies at EXCHANGE
Level 323: What is this gymnastics pose? SPLITS
Level 323: Basketball shot where the ball is passed to a teammate in mid-air ALLEYOOP
Level 323: Word for a TV station or sea passage CHANNEL
Level 323: US city known for its sports teams: Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins BOSTON
Level 323: An unfortunate event that results in a positive outcome is a “________ BLESSING
Level 324: This portable bed can be deflated for storage AIRMATTRESS
Level 324: What theory does this represent? EVOLUTION
Level 324: Substance added to a liquid, e.g. the water in an engine, to prevent ANTIFREEZE
Level 324: Where students study to become lawyers LAWSCHOOL
Level 324: What is this breed of dog? CHIHUAHUA
Level 324: Tasks or goals that must be achieved before others PRIORITIES
Level 324: A strong desire to know or learn something CURIOSITY
Level 324: A student who is highly favored by the educator TEACHERSPET
Level 324: Which form is missing? CATERPILLAR
Level 324: Piece of plastic that lets you borrow money to make purchases CREDITCARD
Level 324: A nickname for New York City THEBIGAPPLE
Level 325: A long-necked African animal GIRAFFE
Level 325: The foot soldiers of an army INFANTRY
Level 325: What is this accessory? CHOKER
Level 325: The planet that Superman originated from KRYPTON
Level 325: This hoppy marsupial keeps its young close KANGAROO
Level 325: XOXO means hugs and ______ KISSES

Level 326: Communication method that uses dots and dashes; SOS MORSECODE
Level 326: What is this information storage solution? DATACENTER
Level 326: Physicians get their doctorates from this kind of institution MEDSCHOOL
Level 326: A person who takes part in a game show CONTESTANT
Level 326: Keyboard key used to delete errors BACKSPACE
Level 326: Expression; things or people that cause a burden without offering DEADWEIGHTS
Level 326: French pre-meal phrase BONAPPETIT
Level 326: The winning move in a game of chess CHECKMATE
Level 326: Expression; a race that is too close to call, especially a horse NECKANDNECK
Level 327: “________ Island”, a classic tale about pirates and buried gold TREASURE
Level 327: Official language of Mexico and Argentina SPANISH
Level 327: What kind of nut is this? CASHEW
Level 327: An animal that subsists on both meat and plants OMNIVORE
Level 327: Baked and salted bread in the shape of a knot PRETZEL
Level 327: Someone in their first year as a professional athlete; a newcomer ROOKIE
Level 327: The opposite of failure SUCCESS
Level 328: Religious term for the post-death place or state of being AFTERLIFE
Level 328: Theme park that has been called the “Happiest Place on Earth” DISNEYLAND
Level 328: Legendary basketball star who had a heated rivalry with Magic Johnson LARRYBIRD
Level 328: What is this astrological sign? CAPRICORN
Level 328: To leave out; to remove from consideration EXCLUDE
Level 328: There are four of these every year SEASONS
Level 328: A professional who repairs and makes items with iron BLACKSMITH
Level 328: Classic card game that came with many versions of Windows SOLITAIRE
Level 328: Of slightly less importance than primary SECONDARY
Level 328: What is this part of formal attire? DRESSSHOES
Level 329: The latest time or date by which something should be completed DEADLINE
Level 329: A person who lends money at very high interest rates, exploiting LOANSHARK
Level 329: Who are these ancient Norse people? VIKINGS
Level 329: Photos of the faces of criminals, taken upon arrest MUGSHOTS
Level 329: Professional space explorer ASTRONAUT
Level 329: One way to quit cursing is to put money into one of these every time SWEARJAR
Level 330: An economic system in which industry is under private ownership rather CAPITALISM
Level 330: Board game where one builds a device to capture a rodent MOUSETRAP
Level 330: What is this sleepover activity? PILLOWFIGHT
Level 330: Someone who cannot read is this ILLITERATE
Level 330: 1939 movie depicting Dorothy’s journey home to Kansas WIZARDOFOZ
Level 330: Periods when all lights are off due to power outages BLACKOUTS
Level 330: Personification of nature and our planet MOTHEREARTH
Level 330: The sunken or beached remains of a destroyed maritime vessel SHIPWRECK
Level 330: To amplify beyond the truth; to overstate EXAGGERATE
Level 331: The compound found in coffee and tea that keeps you awake CAFFEINE
Level 331: Having good manners POLITE
Level 331: Black _______, led by vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, is credited with creating SABBATH
Level 331: Do this to render something harmless DEFANG
Level 331: Protective fortress overlooking a city CITADEL
Level 331: 1999 cartoon created by Matt Groening that depicts life in the year FUTURAMA
Level 331: Country where Arnold Schwarzenegger was born AUSTRIA
Level 332: TV series about a cancer-stricken chemistry teacher’s transformation BREAKINGBAD
Level 332: Like a telescope, but for both eyes BINOCULARS
Level 332: A large spherical chunk of iron fired from artillery CANNONBALL
Level 332: A person walking on the street; has the right of way at marked crosswalks PEDESTRIAN
Level 332: What is this piece of office equipment? HOLEPUNCH
Level 332: _._. _______ is the British author of the Harry Potter series JKROWLING
Level 332: The sequence of steps or moves used in a dance or other performance CHOREOGRAPHY
Level 332: An emergency vehicle that rushes patients to the hospital AMBULANCE
Level 332: When proposing, you might get down into this position ONONEKNEE
Level 332: When you find an engrossing book, you might read it _____ __ _____ COVERTOCOVER
Level 332: Common newspaper word puzzle CROSSWORDS
Level 332: Often paired with “ladies” when introducing a performance GENTLEMEN
Level 333: Robot with a human form; literally means “man-like” ANDROID
Level 333: Name of the second Matrix film RELOADED
Level 333: What is this fruit? LYCHEE
Level 333: Pale, immortal bloodsucker; sometimes sparkly VAMPIRE
Level 333: Final chance to buy drinks at a bar LASTCALL
Level 333: A natural disaster consisting of a large funnel of rapidly rotating TORNADO
Level 334: Pabst ____ ______, a popular American lager BLUERIBBON
Level 334: Using celestial bodies, like stars, to divine how the future will ASTROLOGY
Level 334: What is this social activity? SWINGDANCE
Level 334: Porsche, Ferrari, and Lamborghini are known for making this type SPORTSCAR
Level 334: Master of ceremonies for a circus who introduces the acts with flair RINGMASTER
Level 334: The _________ Four includes superheroes The Thing and Invisible Woman FANTASTIC
Level 334: Air pollutants emitted from industrial buildings or vehicles EMISSIONS
Level 334: What word this represent? KNUCKLEHEAD
Level 334: A book that you just can’t put down PAGETURNER
Level 335: Lacking consideration for others SELFISH
Level 335: A common aquatic pet that supposedly has a short memory GOLDFISH
Level 335: Word; “done on their ______”, meaning done in place of someone else BEHALF
Level 335: Occurring within a country’s borders; not foreign or international DOMESTIC
Level 335: The time when the sun is in the direct center of the equator; occurs EQUINOX
Level 335: Do this to your phone when it’s out of battery CHARGE
Level 335: The ________ wheel is used to control a vehicle STEERING
Level 336: Constellation that looks like a small pot LITTLEDIPPER
Level 336: Will Smith as “Agent J” joined this secretive organization alongside MENINBLACK
Level 336: One of the “fathers of western philosophy”, along with his teacher ARISTOTLE
Level 336: What are these kids searching for? EASTEREGGS
Level 336: What is this 80s English rock band with the hit song “Creep”? RADIOHEAD
Level 336: The capital of Tennessee NASHVILLE
Level 336: Band started by Nirvana’s drummer in 1994; sang “Everlong” FOOFIGHTERS
Level 336: A particularly venomous spider noted for the hourglass pattern on BLACKWIDOW
Level 336: What is this Halloween tradition? TRICKORTREAT
Level 336: A person who adores browsing for things to buy SHOPAHOLIC
Level 336: People who try to bring about cultural, economic, or environmental ACTIVISTS
Level 336: Magnetic art toy with two knobs, mostly for drawing stairs ETCHASKETCH
Level 337: Wide-brimmed headgear that provides portable shade SUNHAT
Level 337: Indonesian island famous for its coffee; a computer programming language JAVA
Level 337: What is he taking? OATH
Level 337: The successor format to DVDs BLURAY
Level 337: When you gaze long into the _____, it gazes back into you ABYSS
Level 337: Supposedly negative calorie veggie CELERY
Level 338: What is this star system where two stars orbit a common barycenter? BINARYSTAR
Level 338: Original name of desktops produced by Apple MACINTOSH
Level 338: Expression; very noticeable EYECATCHING
Level 338: Rules 1 & 2: you do not talk about this FIGHTCLUB
Level 338: Italian for “very loudly”, written on sheet music as “ff” FORTISSIMO
Level 338: Large spiders kept by some as pets for some reason TARANTULA
Level 338: In US politics, a policy or measure with support from both major BIPARTISAN
Level 338: What is this buried container? TIMECAPSULE
Level 338: Someone participating in a contest COMPETITOR
Level 339: Let go; unleash; free from confinement RELEASE
Level 339: Undo button, but for pencil writing ERASER
Level 339: Spooky orange gourd PUMPKIN
Level 339: This comes before the fall, it is said PRIDE
Level 339: ______ Prime, the leader of the Autobots in “Transformers” OPTIMUS
Level 339: Breath-freshening candies, “The Freshmaker” MENTOS
Level 339: He shot first, no matter what George Lucas says HANSOLO
Level 340: A liquid food that you can spell words in ALPHABETSOUP
Level 340: What is this alien activity? ABDUCTION
Level 340: Australian animals with a pouch and a long tail KANGAROOS
Level 340: The nightmarish Freddy Krueger took his victims from this road ELMSTREET
Level 340: The order in which a series of events happened CHRONOLOGY
Level 340: What is this hazard? QUICKSAND
Level 340: The final part of a joke, where the twist is revealed PUNCHLINE
Level 340: A contingency in case things go awry BACKUPPLAN
Level 340: A common bedtime phrase SWEETDREAMS
Level 340: ________ times call for _________ measures DESPERATE
Level 340: Machine used to rinse and clean used dinnerware DISHWASHER
Level 340: Publications that feature panels and word balloons COMICBOOK
Level 341: ______ Bieber, the Canadian singer of “Sorry” and “Baby” JUSTIN
Level 341: An archive for one’s thoughts and memories JOURNAL
Level 341: A common condiment for french fries KETCHUP
Level 341: Wheeled device to help elders find their footing WALKER
Level 341: What is this free-standing machine? KIOSK
Level 341: Work experience in one to two pages RESUME
Level 342: Ang Lee’s Oscar-winning film, “________Tiger, Hidden Dragon” CROUCHING
Level 342: Something pledged as the guarantee by a borrower COLLATERAL
Level 342: What is this variety of apple? GRANNYSMITH
Level 342: Drink mix mascot with a habit of destroying walls KOOLAIDMAN
Level 342: Famous gladiator played by Kirt Douglas in the 1960 movie with the SPARTACUS
Level 342: This Canadian-American personality has hosted Jeopardy since 1984 ALEXTREBEK
Level 342: Word; “in __________ with the law”, meaning “following the law” ACCORDANCE
Level 342: Process through which a business purchases goods and services from PROCUREMENT
Level 342: “The _____ ____u201C, 2009 sports movie starring Sandra Bullock, which BLINDSIDE
Level 343: The capital of this US state is Denver COLORADO
Level 343: Famously gigantic breed of dog; Scooby Doo is one GREATDANE
Level 343: Phrase; competitive struggle RATRACE
Level 343: Black handheld rectangular document holder for businessmen on the BRIEFCASE
Level 343: _____ Pfeiffer, US actress who portrayed Catwoman in “Batman Returns” MICHELLE
Level 343: The world’s largest island, located East of the Canadian archipelago GREENLAND
Level 343: Busiest and most lively district of a city DOWNTOWN
Level 344: The person facing charges in court DEFENDANT
Level 344: An area for children to entertain themselves; might have swings, PLAYGROUND
Level 344: The highest unit of an apartment PENTHOUSE
Level 344: What ceremony is this? GRADUATION
Level 344: First month of Autumn SEPTEMBER
Level 344: This group of travelers gets to board the plane before anyone else FIRSTCLASS
Level 344: What is this camping accessory? SLEEPINGBAG
Level 344: 1960s rock legends with many hits, including “Hey Jude” and “Yellow THEBEATLES
Level 344: A soft children’s toy resembling an ursine TEDDYBEAR
Level 344: Film effect where time seemingly moves at a reduced rate for dramatic SLOWMOTION
Level 344: What round of the tournament is this? SEMIFINAL
Level 344: 1976 Martin Scorsese film starring Robert De Niro as a New York loner TAXIDRIVER
Level 344: “The _______” was a US reality show about Black Sabbath’s frontman OSBOURNES
Level 345: A digital version of a text which is read aloud for the listener AUDIOBOOK
Level 345: A library book past its return date is this OVERDUE
Level 345: Professional who is in charge of a movie DIRECTOR
Level 345: What bird does this represent? BLUEJAY
Level 345: Some prefer quality over _______ QUANTITY
Level 345: Lizard that can change its color to match its surroundings CHAMELEON
Level 346: Aim or purpose of an action INTENTION
Level 346: Future forecast based on astrological sign HOROSCOPE
Level 346: What is this silent method of communication? HANDSIGNALS
Level 346: Expression; a little known competitor who unexpectedly does well DARKHORSE
Level 346: A short rest to light a cigarette SMOKEBREAK
Level 346: What is this award? NOBELPRIZE
Level 346: Conan the __________, fictional hero portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger BARBARIAN
Level 346: Expression; to suddenly explode in anger, as in an engine BLOWAGASKET
Level 346: Professionals that play music MUSICIANS
Level 347: Jason ______, a fictional CIA assassin played by Matt Damon BOURNE
Level 347: The “______ of Secrets” is the second Harry Potter book CHAMBER
Level 347: What is this tool used by a judge? GAVEL
Level 347: Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo, _______, Golf FOXTROT
Level 347: The NFL team for Philadelphia; iconic birds for the US EAGLES
Level 347: In medicine, the _______ effect can cause “fake” treatments to have PLACEBO
Level 347: The stage of prenatal development before the fetus EMBRYO
Level 348: What is the American Football position? QUARTERBACK
Level 348: A day for hoaxes and other practical jokes APRILFOOLS
Level 348: 2015 Pixar film about emotions INSIDEOUT
Level 348: Turn the screwdriver in this direction to tighten CLOCKWISE
Level 348: Expression; something that makes one realize they need to take action WAKEUPCALL
Level 348: Fans of this English soccer club are called Kopites LIVERPOOL
Level 348: Sudden burst of energy after being exhausted SECONDWIND
Level 348: What is this golfing term? HOLEINONE
Level 348: Plots have a ________, a middle, and an end BEGINNING
Level 348: Dairy, meat, fruits, vegetables, and grains FOODGROUPS
Level 348: Desert reptile with a noisy tail RATTLESNAKE
Level 348: What is this poetic term for being in love? MOONSTRUCK
Level 349: Move upward; rise ASCEND
Level 349: The Three _______ was a US slapstick comedy group consisting of Larry, STOOGES
Level 349: Cylindrical support structure; pillar COLUMN
Level 349: “Your _______” is a form of address for royalty of the highest rank MAJESTY
Level 349: What is this slow animal? SLOTH
Level 349: Cook hired to provide food at an event CATERER
Level 350: Catchphrase of the Three _________ MUSKETEERS
Level 350: Women’s footwear propped up with a spike on the heel HIGHHEELS
Level 350: Branch of mathematics concerned with shapes and their properties GEOMETRY
Level 350: Expression; a way to start a conversation ICEBREAKER
Level 350: Many public schools divide the academic year into fall and spring______ SEMESTERS
Level 350: A green vegetable that resembles a small tree BROCCOLI
Level 350: Programming language used on the web; coffee might help you answer JAVASCRIPT
Level 350: Red oxygen carrier in your veins and arteries BLOODCELL
Level 350: The doctor tests your _______ by tapping your knee with a hammer REFLEXES

Level 351: Deadly disease spread by mosquitoes in hot areas of the world MALARIA
Level 351: “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” is part of The Chronicles NARNIA
Level 351: What ancient empire used this style of helmet? ROMAN
Level 351: Buy these to own a piece of a company; also called “stocks” SHARES
Level 351: Professional football team from Oakland RAIDERS
Level 351: ______ of consciousness, a writing method that captures thoughts STREAM
Level 351: Athlete that tumbles, rolls, somersaults, and more GYMNAST
Level 352: Getting one of these will advance your career PROMOTION
Level 352: Norse warriors feared for their unstoppable rage BERSERKERS
Level 352: What is this touching feeling? HEARTWARMING
Level 352: The family name of Luke, Anakin, and Leia in the Star Wars series SKYWALKER
Level 352: Word meaning to get the intended meaning UNDERSTAND
Level 352: 1982 sci-fi film where Harrison Ford hunts replicants BLADERUNNER
Level 352: “The _____ _____ Project”, 1999 “found-footage” horror film BLAIRWITCH
Level 352: What is this office supply? PAPERWEIGHT
Level 352: Before joining the Miami Heat, LeBron James played for the _______ CLEVELAND
Level 352: US animation studio that made “Shrek” and “How to Train Your Dragon” DREAMWORKS
Level 352: The art of handwriting decorative text CALLIGRAPHY
Level 352: This “knife” contains just about every tool imaginable SWISSARMY
Level 353: Afternoon performance of a play; don’t confuse with the sea cow MATINEE
Level 353: __ ___, no foul NOHARM
Level 353: To fixate on events of the past DWELL
Level 353: Peanut butter cups in an orange package REESES
Level 353: Comes in packages of 10 while the buns come in packages of 8 HOTDOGS
Level 353: A wheeled stretcher used to transport patients GURNEY
Level 354: A temporary obstacle set up to control the flow of traffic ROADBLOCK
Level 354: Together with protons, they make up the nuclei of atoms NEUTRONS
Level 354: What is this type of informal market? GARAGESALE
Level 354: Amusement where teams try to score hits using light emitting guns LASERTAG
Level 354: Don’t leave these untied or you might trip SHOELACES
Level 354: A round home for aquatic pets FISHBOWL
Level 354: What is this necessary part of a vehicle? WINDSHIELD
Level 354: An emblematic natural or man-made feature that is culturally or locally LANDMARK
Level 354: High-up backyard clubhouse for kids TREEHOUSE
Level 355: Expression of regret for causing someone else harm or discomfort APOLOGY
Level 355: ______ the Frog, famously green Muppet KERMIT
Level 355: What is this type of boat? CANOE
Level 355: Deadly viral disease spread by the bites of infected animals RABIES
Level 355: Popular brand of permanent markers made by Newell Brands SHARPIE
Level 355: A collection of things wrapped up together BUNDLE
Level 355: Kneading muscles to relieve tension MASSAGE
Level 356: Chewy sweet that you can inflate BUBBLEGUM
Level 356: Of or relating to the sky, space, or the heavens CELESTIAL
Level 356: Expression; student who tries to make their fellows laugh CLASSCLOWN
Level 356: Inking permanent pictures or words on the skin TATTOOING
Level 356: Classic 1,000+ page novel by Leo Tolstoy WARANDPEACE
Level 356: School event, usually with at least a few baking soda volcanos SCIENCEFAIR
Level 356: What is this audio device? EARPHONES
Level 356: All-present, all-seeing dictator of “1984”; he’s watching you BIGBROTHER
Level 356: Friday the _____, horror classic THIRTEENTH
Level 356: Expression; to study hard HITTHEBOOKS
Level 356: Something used to motivate or encourage a specific action INCENTIVE
Level 356: Inspirational phrase given by a cat poster HANGINTHERE
Level 356: Turn these on when driving at night HEADLIGHTS
Level 357: In the US, someone in their last year of high school; an elderly SENIOR
Level 357: Healthy green fruit with a giant seed; used to make guacamole AVOCADO
Level 357: What constellation is this? VIRGO
Level 357: Air taken into your lungs and then exhaled BREATH
Level 357: Baseball team that has won the most World Series Championships YANKEES
Level 357: Series of eight notes in music OCTAVE
Level 358: Most populous city in Turkey; once known as Constantinople ISTANBUL
Level 358: “Malcom in ___ _____” started in 2000 and starred Frankie Muniz THEMIDDLE
Level 358: Expression; one who tends to overreact emotionally DRAMAQUEEN
Level 358: Cosmetic product used to remove dead skin EXFOLIANT
Level 358: This soccer tournament is the most popular international sporting WORLDCUP
Level 358: US Heavyweight boxing champion famous for his fast knockouts MIKETYSON
Level 358: A parent’s sons and daughters CHILDREN
Level 358: What is this composition term? FIRSTDRAFT
Level 358: This country and India used to be the same country before 1947 PAKISTAN
Level 359: A mythical underwater city ATLANTIS
Level 359: What body part does this represent? EYELID
Level 359: A formal occasion celebrating a special event such as a wedding CEREMONY
Level 359: Boeing’s European rival in the commercial airliner market AIRBUS
Level 359: “Give me ______, or give me death!” – Patrick Henry LIBERTY
Level 359: The coldest of all oceans ARCTIC
Level 359: The top surface of a room CEILING
Level 360: Medical professional who gives emergency care and preps for transport PARAMEDIC
Level 360: A _______ ____ to swallow is a hard truth to accept BITTERPILL
Level 360: What is this elegant suit addition? POCKETSQUARE
Level 360: Bartending term meaning “served with ice” ONTHEROCKS
Level 360: Continuously moving stairways often found in malls ESCALATORS
Level 360: Being confined to one’s home; comes with an ankle accessory HOUSEARREST
Level 360: What is this establishment that is open late? NIGHTCLUB
Level 360: Life period when one has completed their working life RETIREMENT
Level 360: Laboratory equipment used to view very small objects and organisms MICROSCOPE
Level 360: Someone whose job is to help another with their tasks ASSISTANT
Level 360: What red fruit is this? STRAWBERRY
Level 360: If you are the ____ __ ______, then you should turn out the lights LASTTOLEAVE
Level 360: Tool used to move injured people STRETCHER
Level 361: A sharp response RETORT
Level 361: Ranged warheads capable of traveling great distances to their target MISSILES
Level 361: Holmes’s trusted friend and partner WATSON
Level 361: What is excessively proud animal? PEACOCK
Level 361: In class, raise your hand to answer this QUESTION
Level 361: To take someone away and hold them for ransom KIDNAP
Level 362: Used with a username to log in PASSWORD
Level 362: Reptile that is similar to a crocodile, but with a wider snout ALLIGATOR
Level 362: What musical unit does this represent? EIGHTHNOTE
Level 362: Use these blocks to cool down your drink ICECUBES
Level 362: Black tie, white tie, business casual, for example DRESSCODE
Level 362: Expression; “not in my __________”, meaning “not my area of expertise” WHEELHOUSE
Level 362: Unit of an army typically divided into several companies REGIMENT
Level 362: Restraints placed on criminal’s wrists HANDCUFFS
Level 362: The inner part of a building or room INTERIOR
Level 363: Styling method that hides baldness under carefully arranged hair COMBOVER
Level 363: A price put on someone’s head; dead or alive BOUNTY
Level 363: The second most popular sport in the world CRICKET
Level 363: Half organic, half machine CYBORG
Level 363: To pick and collect crops HARVEST
Level 363: Lisa ______, US actress who portrayed Phoebe on “Friends” KUDROW
Level 363: A formal agreement, usually written CONTRACT
Level 364: Garlic and coffee are common causes of this faux pas BADBREATH
Level 364: To jump on this is to join something only after it has become popular BANDWAGON
Level 364: A place to fuel up your vehicle GASSTATION
Level 364: Julius Caesar was famously warned to beware this day IDESOFMARCH
Level 364: What is this famous 80s romance movie? DIRTYDANCING
Level 364: Usually the smallest size of clothing available EXTRASMALL
Level 364: A cord that connects mother to baby UMBILICAL
Level 364: To “start ____ _______” is to start again from the beginning FROMSCRATCH
Level 364: To be gradually broken down by natural processes DECOMPOSE
Level 364: This theory describes the beginning of ___ _______ THEUNIVERSE
Level 364: You might do this in your head when you’re trying to sleep COUNTSHEEP
Level 365: People may dress up in these on Halloween COSTUMES
Level 365: Professionals who take audience members to their seats USHERS
Level 365: Something not done on purpose; when two vehicles collide ACCIDENT
Level 365: The kiwi bird is native to New _______ ZEALAND
Level 365: What is this gap in a fortification? BREACH
Level 365: Southern US state known as “The Heart of Dixie” ALABAMA
Level 366: A period of tension between the US and the Soviet Union COLDWAR
Level 366: In the US, dial ‘0’ to speak with this professional OPERATOR
Level 366: What sport involves hitting this? BADMINTON
Level 366: Meaning “word for word” VERBATIM
Level 366: The line where the earth’s surface and the sky meet HORIZON
Level 366: What monster is he about to turn into? WEREWOLF
Level 366: Knightly code of honor CHIVALRY
Level 366: Barbadian singer who sang hits like “Umbrella” and “Diamonds” RIHANNA
Level 366: “Jurassic Park” was directed by Steven _________ SPIELBERG
Level 367: Institution for higher learning; sometimes used interchangeably with COLLEGE
Level 367: Sing around it, cook marshmallows over it CAMPFIRE
Level 367: An avid reader; also, term for an insect that eats through tomes BOOKWORM
Level 367: Wayne _______ is nicknamed “The Great One” in the NHL GRETZKY
Level 367: Beauty treatment for one’s nails MANICURE
Level 367: What is this metal? COPPER
Level 368: A working class person who performs manual labor BLUECOLLAR
Level 368: Bugs Bunny’s catchphrase WHATSUPDOC
Level 368: Jamaican religious movement founded in the 1930s RASTAFARI
Level 368: On a balance sheet, assets = _________ + equity LIABILITIES
Level 368: Batman actor who starred in “Good Will Hunting” and “Gone Girl” BENAFFLECK
Level 368: Students often ____ _____ in class so they can review them later TAKENOTES
Level 368: __________ information can only be accessed with a security clearance CLASSIFIED
Level 368: What is this antique style of tape? EIGHTTRACK
Level 368: This legendary boxer said “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee” MUHAMMADALI
Level 369: What a surgeon calls a cut INCISION
Level 369: “_______ for a Dream”, 2000 psychological drama that explores the REQUIEM
Level 369: What is this type of discussion? DEBATE
Level 369: Manufacturing and production facility FACTORY
Level 369: Put your letter inside to mail it ENVELOPE
Level 369: Think _____ the box to come up with a creative solution OUTSIDE
Level 370: To explain in detail ELABORATE
Level 370: Expression; request for support CALLTOARMS
Level 370: People who leave the armed forces without permission DESERTERS
Level 370: A word for one’s brothers and sisters SIBLINGS
Level 370: Branch of medicine concerned with oral health DENTISTRY
Level 370: What Clint Eastwood movie is this? DIRTYHARRY
Level 370: The impact of one hitting the Earth is thought to have killed the ASTEROID
Level 370: Jewish girl who famously wrote a diary documenting her life during ANNEFRANK
Level 370: A person who has just started their journey to learn a skill BEGINNER
Level 371: People who work for a company EMPLOYEES
Level 371: What language is spoken in this country? RUSSIAN
Level 371: Resolve a dispute with an estranged friend RECONCILE
Level 371: Groucho Marx has an iconic one of these MUSTACHE
Level 371: Payments to patent and copyright holders for use of their works ROYALTIES
Level 371: Women’s underwear and nightclothes LINGERIE
Level 371: Application used to access the internet; e.g. Chrome and Firefox BROWSER
Level 372: A professional who finds and impounds stray canines DOGCATCHER
Level 372: A __________ check is used to verify a person is who they claim BACKGROUND
Level 372: A shop specializing in literature BOOKSTORE
Level 372: February 14th is _________’s Day VALENTINE
Level 372: What is this method of transmission? RADIOWAVE
Level 372: ____-__-____ information is restricted to only those the information NEEDTOKNOW
Level 372: The fictional address of Sherlock’s home BAKERSTREET
Level 372: You need a permit to park in these spots; found closest to entrances HANDICAPPED
Level 372: What is this ice-cream-eating hazard? BRAINFREEZE
Level 373: Medical term for the womb UTERUS
Level 373: What word does this represent? ENLIST
Level 373: Children are taught to say “______” and “thank you” to be polite PLEASE
Level 373: One Direction, NSYNC, Boyz II Men, Backstreet Boys, for example BOYBAND
Level 373: A type of “course” where objects are put in your way OBSTACLE
Level 374: Talk show featuring Jamie Foxx sitting down with celebrities OFFSCRIPT
Level 374: Macaulay Culkin played John Candy’s son in this late 80s film UNCLEBUCK
Level 374: Who is this English poet? SHAKESPEARE
Level 374: Half of a globe HEMISPHERE
Level 374: A deep love and respect for something ADORATION
Level 374: _________ McPhee first appeared on “American Idol” and had a starring KATHARINE
Level 374: Phrase; a streak of light seen in the night sky FALLINGSTAR
Level 374: Intellectual property consisting of a company’s brand imagery; typically TRADEMARK
Level 374: Mexican dish; heated tortilla filled with cheese and other ingredients QUESADILLA
Level 375: Jeff _____, founder of Amazon and one of the richest people in the BEZOS
Level 375: Star______ is a hobby where one looks at and learns about objects GAZING
Level 375: What is missing in the second image? BELLS
Level 375: Remote data storage service offered by Apple ICLOUD
Level 375: A mule is a hybrid of this animal and a horse DONKEY
Level 375: Small object used to hold one’s tresses in place HAIRPIN
Level 375: ______ salmon is a popular bagel topping SMOKED

Level 376: A bound notepad containing blank pages, typically used by artists SKETCHBOOK
Level 376: Fruit that resembles a green, unripe tomato; also called the “Mexican TOMATILLO
Level 376: A British brand of four-wheel-drive cars LANDROVER
Level 376: Small cars intended to be crashed into one another for amusement BUMPERCARS
Level 376: What is this tool? BLOWTORCH
Level 376: 60s guitar legend with hits like “Purple Haze” and “Foxy Lady” JIMIHENDRIX
Level 376: Pet detective portrayed by Jim Carrey ACEVENTURA
Level 376: Popular Netflix show highlighting the radioactive disaster in Pripyat CHERNOBYL
Level 376: What is this method of determining age? CARBONDATE
Level 376: A piece of jewelry can also be called an “ornament” or an “_________” ADORNMENT
Level 376: Describes a quick and dirty, often temporary, solution MAKESHIFT
Level 377: In sports, a pass leading directly to a goal ASSIST
Level 377: What is this grouping called? FLOCK
Level 377: A villain’s evil _______ are their nefarious plans SCHEMES
Level 377: Roger _______, Swiss tennis player considered to be an all-time great FEDERER
Level 377: A medium-sized boat for racing or recreation YACHT
Level 377: To study _______ is to study in a foreign country ABROAD
Level 378: Structure that uses flowing H20 to power its machinery WATERMILL
Level 378: Einstein once said “_________ is not the learning of facts, but the EDUCATION
Level 378: What is this way of going unnoticed? CAMOUFLAGE
Level 378: City known as “the capital of Brazilian soccer” SAOPAULO
Level 378: Last song on Garth Brook’s debut album, considered by many to be THEDANCE
Level 378: English letters have two forms: _________ and lowercase UPPERCASE
Level 378: What is this type of ring called? ENGAGEMENT
Level 378: Don’t shoot the _________ for being the bearer of bad news MESSENGER
Level 378: An interior _________ designs the layout and aesthetics of interior DECORATOR
Level 379: Unexpected and unusual, but in an endearing way QUIRKY
Level 379: Obstacle that track runners must leap over as part of some races HURDLE
Level 379: What are his little helpers called? ELVES
Level 379: George _______ fought Muhammad Ali in the legendary “Rumble in the FOREMAN
Level 379: African-American holiday that means “first-fruits”; celebrated from KWANZAA
Level 379: A holy spot of worship, often marked with a dedicated building SHRINE
Level 379: Material made by weaving together fibers, used to make clothes FABRIC
Level 380: What type of event is this? BABYSHOWER
Level 380: Beach-dwelling invertebrate with one claw that is larger than the FIDDLERCRAB
Level 380: Popular US fast food joint named the same as a vintage toy JACKINTHEBOX
Level 380: Web-like woven charm, supposedly for trapping nightmares DREAMCATCHER
Level 380: This kind of product is processed and wrapped before reaching consumers PREPACKAGED
Level 380: Elderly people may wear these to replace their lost chompers FALSETEETH
Level 380: Expression; a “___________ sword” is something that both helps and DOUBLEEDGED
Level 380: Discussion intended to reach a mutually beneficial agreement NEGOTIATION
Level 380: What is this flying insect? DRAGONFLY
Level 380: Fear of heights ACROPHOBIA
Level 380: Chewing gum from the 50s that came with a comic strip featuring the BAZOOKAJOE
Level 380: Regular guy, everyman, nobody special AVERAGEJOE
Level 381: Young male who looks after a baseball team’s equipment BATBOY
Level 381: Lower part of the ear; piercings are typically placed here EARLOBE
Level 381: The Dragon Boat Festival is a _______ tradition where locals eat CHINESE
Level 381: What fabric was used to make these? DENIM
Level 381: John ______, British actor that rose to fame through his role as BOYEGA
Level 381: MIA stands for _______ In Action MISSING
Level 382: Able to soak up lots of liquid, like a cloth or a sponge ABSORBENT
Level 382: German brand of luxury goods like pens and watches based in Hamburg MONTBLANC
Level 382: What insect is this? GRASSHOPPER
Level 382: Something put on a pet to keep away tiny pests FLEACOLLAR
Level 382: Medical compound that reduces or eliminates the sensation of pain ANESTHETIC
Level 382: The part of the swimming pool that goes down the furthest THEDEEPEND
Level 382: Expression; to betray someone DOUBLECROSS
Level 382: Extremely tired; fatigued EXHAUSTED
Level 382: Approximations or rough numerical judgements ESTIMATES
Level 383: The largest island in Italy; where Mount Etna is located SICILY
Level 383: Language commonly spoken in the Middle East and Northern Africa ARABIC
Level 383: Smaller, typically tree-dwelling primates with tails MONKEYS
Level 383: What is the name of this exercise? SQUAT
Level 383: Short songs or tunes used in commercials JINGLES
Level 383: Patrick ______, US actor and star of “Dirty Dancing” and “Ghost” SWAYZE
Level 383: In the Bible, Moses split this body of water REDSEA
Level 384: Microsoft Office application used to make presentations POWERPOINT
Level 384: A punctuation mark used when indicating possession in English APOSTROPHE
Level 384: What expression does this represent? DIMEADOZEN
Level 384: Popular televised singing competition in the US AMERICANIDOL
Level 384: A weapon in the boardgame “Clue” that might light the way to the CANDLESTICK
Level 384: What is this extreme sport? BASEJUMPING
Level 384: Customs or beliefs passed on from one generation to another TRADITIONS
Level 384: 1993 film by Steven Spielberg that brought dinosaurs to life JURASSICPARK
Level 384: The eponymous character of this tale grows up to be a beautiful swan UGLYDUCKLING
Level 385: Saint ________ was the inspiration for Santa Claus NICHOLAS
Level 385: Saltwater-dwelling serpent SEASNAKE
Level 385: What is this person painting on? CANVAS
Level 385: 2016 US film starring Amy Adams in a race to understand an alien ARRIVAL
Level 385: Staple herb in Italian cuisine OREGANO
Level 385: A complete written thought including a subject and a verb SENTENCE
Level 386: The ability to perform a task successfully COMPETENCE
Level 386: The power to affect the behavior of a thing or a person INFLUENCE
Level 386: This rich person is a _________ MILLIONAIRE
Level 386: Type of swing dance, popularized by African-Americans in the early JITTERBUG
Level 386: Pot used to brew leaves to make its namesake beverage TEAKETTLE
Level 386: What is this activity? HANGGLIDING
Level 386: Something that failed spectacularly or caused great damage could DISASTROUS
Level 386: Type of animals who are active during the night NOCTURNAL
Level 386: Diagram showing the connections between a group of blood relatives FAMILYTREE
Level 387: Star Wars equivalent of a gun; hokey religions and ancient weapons BLASTER
Level 387: A disease that only occurs in a specific region is _____ to that ENDEMIC
Level 387: What is this object? BARREL
Level 387: Metal frame used to park a two-wheeled vehicle and lock it in place BIKERACK
Level 387: A zebra has black and white _______ STRIPES
Level 387: Long snouted mammal that consumes colonies of insects ANTEATER
Level 387: Sylvester ________, star of “Rambo” and “Rocky” STALLONE
Level 388: What is this action? FLUSH
Level 388: A meal that’s part lunch and part breakfast BRUNCH
Level 388: The _____ War took place in the 1950s between the North and South KOREAN
Level 388: Money or property given to another by will; inheritance LEGACY
Level 388: The sequence of events in a story PLOT
Level 388: A small, portable personal computer LAPTOP
Level 388: Chemical used to remove stains from clothes BLEACH
Level 388: To be present at an event ATTEND
Level 388: A group of ships or other vessels FLEET
Level 388: What is this kind of bird? LARK
Level 388: In the US, this graduation cap part is moved from the right to the TASSEL
Level 388: Word; to fix something in place by partially burying it EMBED
Level 389: Unintended silence during a broadcast DEADAIR
Level 389: If you’re working for _______, you are being paid very little PEANUTS
Level 389: What North American country does this flag belong to? MEXICO
Level 389: Pointed structure often found at the top of a church tower STEEPLE
Level 389: “Astronomer” and “moon starer” are ________ because they use the ANAGRAMS
Level 389: ________ your tongue out at someone can convey playfulness or disapproval STICKING
Level 390: Condiment made with egg and oil MAYONNAISE
Level 390: Death-defying leap with a cord around your legs BUNGEEJUMP
Level 390: What phrase does this represent? FRIENDCIRCLE
Level 390: Economic term for a scenario where one’s gain is equal to another’s ZEROSUMGAME
Level 390: If a boat starts sinking, people might say this! ABANDONSHIP
Level 390: Expression; doing something hastily AMILEAMINUTE
Level 390: US writer of “Fahrenheit 451” and “The Martian Chronicles” RAYBRADBURY
Level 390: Scientist who studies the stars; don’t confuse one with an astrologist ASTRONOMER
Level 390: A dinner and a movie between two couples DOUBLEDATE
Level 391: Spacefaring TV series featuring Spock and Captain Kirk STARTREK
Level 391: “Space ________”, one of the oldest video games, INVADERS
Level 391: To _____ __ on someone is to sneak toward them CREEPUP
Level 391: What does this item do to words? DEFINE
Level 391: King ________ is the primary antagonist in Hamlet CLAUDIUS
Level 391: Goods or cargo transported by sea SHIPMENT
Level 391: Someone that is friendly and easy to talk to might be described this AFFABLE
Level 392: A ____-_______ friend will only stick by you when things are going FAIRWEATHER
Level 392: A type of romantic dinner CANDLELIGHT
Level 392: Traditionally, the highest value card in a deck of playing cards ACEOFSPADES
Level 392: Expression; having a lot of money or resources DEEPPOCKETS
Level 392: Animated movie that introduced the world to the tiny, yellow, unintelligible DESPICABLEME
Level 392: When a military force accidentally attacks an allied force FRIENDLYFIRE
Level 392: Expression; practical, realistic DOWNTOEARTH
Level 392: Shamu was one of these KILLERWHALE
Level 392: Disposable tableware often seen at picnics and barbeques PAPERPLATE
Level 392: “_ ____ __ ____”, meaning something that is very easy APIECEOFCAKE
Level 392: Creator of the James Bond franchise IANFLEMING
Level 392: Suspenseful ending to a portion of a story CLIFFHANGER
Level 393: This often forms on leaves and grass in freezing temperatures HOARFROST
Level 393: You might say this when leaving someone’s company FAREWELL
Level 393: Type of dance that was popularized in the film “Footloose” LINEDANCE
Level 393: US civil rights activist who refused to give up her seat on the bus ROSAPARKS
Level 393: A deck used for fortune telling TAROTCARDS
Level 393: Used to clean spills; comes on a roll PAPERTOWEL
Level 394: _________ biscuits are supposed aid your stomach in its work DIGESTIVE
Level 394: Small pieces of paper to help memorization FLASHCARDS
Level 394: 1969 Beatles album with an iconic, often imitated cover involving ABBEYROAD
Level 394: A member of a militia formed during the American Revolution, said MINUTEMAN
Level 394: What is this type of car? FOURBYFOUR
Level 394: A person who is very enthusiastic about taking photos; not actually SHUTTERBUG
Level 394: Magic words, similar to “hocus pocus” or “alakazam!” ABRACADABRA
Level 394: What is missing from the second picture? WATERMELON
Level 394: _________ exercises can help you calm yourself down BREATHING
Level 395: Punctuation used in place of a period to indicate that two sentences SEMICOLON
Level 395: “The ____ _____u201C is the “Jurassic Park” sequel that brings T-rex LOSTWORLD
Level 395: No two of these icy crystals are exactly the same SNOWFLAKES
Level 395: What is this aquatic vessel? STEAMBOAT
Level 395: Popular sandwich originating from Philadelphia CHEESESTEAK
Level 395: Testing mannequin used to measure human injury in simulated accidents CRASHDUMMY
Level 395: A Big Mac’s top bun is dotted with these SESAMESEEDS
Level 396: Underwater craft that navigates using sonar SUBMARINE
Level 396: Without preparation or rehearsal IMPROMPTU
Level 396: Comes before “junior high”, my dear Watson ELEMENTARY
Level 396: Don’t look it in the mouth! GIFTHORSE
Level 396: Giant pandas were this until 2016 ENDANGERED
Level 396: A person who conveys beliefs and opinions that he or she doesn’t HYPOCRITE
Level 396: What makeup effect is this? EYESHADOW
Level 396: A CEO is the Chief _________ Officer EXECUTIVE
Level 396: Going down this street might be nostalgic MEMORYLANE
Level 396: What type of passage is this? DRAWBRIDGE
Level 396: Clothing that is very, very snug is described this way SKINTIGHT
Level 396: Buying and selling commodities in different markets to take advantage ARBITRAGE
Level 396: Printed way to read about worldly happenings NEWSPAPER
Level 397: The state of having a child PREGNANCY
Level 397: You should do this if you are too ill to go to work CALLINSICK
Level 397: The Greeks’ “gift” to the city of Troy TROJANHORSE
Level 397: A movie or television series which takes its source material from ADAPTATION
Level 397: A place to purchase an automobile DEALERSHIP
Level 397: Scientific name for the outermost layer of skin EPIDERMIS
Level 398: After-dinner candy to freshen up BREATHMINT
Level 398: What is this animal? GROUNDHOG
Level 398: According to the Bible, they were the twelve followers of Jesus DISCIPLES
Level 398: While driving, push this with your foot to slow down BRAKEPEDAL
Level 398: Coils of this sharp material can be placed atop a fence to discourage BARBEDWIRE
Level 398: A roadside shed for collecting payment for use of a highway TOLLBOOTH
Level 398: “The ___ ____”; Christopher Nolan’s Batman sequel DARKKNIGHT
Level 398: Tick-borne illness with an unmistakable “bulls-eye” rash LYMEDISEASE
Level 398: To “sail the ______ ___” is to sail all around the world SEVENSEAS
Level 399: Household items like a bed, tables, chairs, and sofas FURNITURE
Level 399: Sending you to his or her office in school means you are in trouble PRINCIPAL
Level 399: Three words you can use to find yourself on a shopping mall map YOUAREHERE
Level 399: English rock star who sang “Space Oddity” and starred in “Labyrinth” DAVIDBOWIE
Level 399: 2007 Pixar movie about a rat who aspires to be a chef RATATOUILLE
Level 399: Title given to the wife of the president of the United States FIRSTLADY
Level 399: The study of insects ENTOMOLOGY
Level 399: What is this type of contest? SPELLINGBEE
Level 400: What is this vehicle called? HOVERCRAFT
Level 400: What is this observation instrument? PERISCOPE
Level 400: Breaking from convention; not conforming to a norm UNORTHODOX
Level 400: Christopher Columbus __________ America DISCOVERED
Level 400: Punctuation mark; a combination of the question mark and the exclamation INTERROBANG
Level 400: Tentacled ocean critter with a mushroom cap; maybe they go well with JELLYFISH
Level 400: A “100% money-back ______” means if you’re not satisfied with a product, GUARANTEE
Level 400: Integers which are not divisible by two ODDNUMBERS
Level 400: Extend one of these as an offer of peace OLIVEBRANCH
Level 400: Citizens of the easternmost country in Africa are called _________ SOMALIANS
Level 400: What is this fantastical story? FAIRYTALE
Level 400: Italian pasta dish with a white creamy egg sauce and bacon CARBONARA
Level 400: A famous Yellowstone geyser named for its predictability OLDFAITHFUL
Level 401: An extinct large “tiger” known for its two huge fangs SABERTOOTH
Level 401: Type of dietary fiber found in vegetables; component of plant cell CELLULOSE
Level 401: Expression; exactly what was needed HITSTHESPOT
Level 401: Vinegar is a natural _________, able to get rid of weeds HERBICIDE
Level 401: Handheld pest control device FLYSWATTER
Level 401: The ability to manage and inspire a group or organization LEADERSHIP
Level 402: Drinks like Coke and Sprite are fizzy because they are this CARBONATED
Level 402: A progress indicator for a student REPORTCARD
Level 402: What type of athletes wear these shoes? ICESKATERS
Level 402: Socializing to make professional connections NETWORKING
Level 402: According to Smokey the Bear, only you can stop these FORESTFIRES
Level 402: To retrace one’s steps; an effective method for finding lost items BACKTRACK
Level 402: Which famous athlete does this represent? TIGERWOODS
Level 402: Someone whose net worth has 3 commas BILLIONAIRE
Level 402: The full name for the disease known as “the flu” INFLUENZA
Level 403: A young girl who had a fabled encounter with three bears GOLDILOCKS
Level 403: Quasimodo is the eponymous _________ of Notre Dame HUNCHBACK
Level 403: Title of Zack Snyder’s 2013 Superman film MANOFSTEEL
Level 403: Who is this English physicist and mathematician? ISAACNEWTON
Level 403: Equal, Sweet N’Low, and Splenda are types of _________ sweeteners ARTIFICIAL
Level 403: A holiday honoring female parents MOTHERSDAY
Level 403: Seafaring mode of transport used to move goods for international CARGOSHIP
Level 404: Aerobic exercise that has your hands touching over your head JUMPINGJACKS
Level 404: A legendary guitarist ironically nicknamed “Slowhand” ERICCLAPTON
Level 404: This black rock held the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs ROSETTASTONE
Level 404: What is this item that protects the wall? DOORSTOPPER
Level 404: Scientist that studies the origin and evolution of the universe COSMOLOGIST
Level 404: Expensive part of a printer that seems to run out too quickly INKCARTRIDGE
Level 404: Someone that cannot be harmed or defeated can be described as this INVINCIBLE
Level 404: Monopoly and Scrabble are examples of these BOARDGAMES
Level 404: You’ll need one to get a seat in a crowded restaurant RESERVATION
Level 404: What is this Steven Spielberg film series? INDIANAJONES
Level 404: Fruits and _______ keep us healthy and strong VEGETABLES