What's found hidden between words in "deli meat," "little monster" and "radio range" NYT Mini Crossword Clue

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What’s found hidden between words in “deli meat,” “little monster” and “radio range” NYT Mini Crossword Clue Answers

  • FRUIT

12 thoughts on “What's found hidden between words in "deli meat," "little monster" and "radio range" NYT Mini Crossword Clue

  1. Jim Post author

    Can someone explain this clue?. I got the right word, FRUIT, but don’t understand the clue.

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  2. Richard Post author

    Took me a while to see it. Look at the last letters of the first word and the first letters of the second word: “Lime,” “lemon,” and “orange.”

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  3. Jennifer Spears Post author

    I totally did not understand this clue even though I solved it. Thank you for explaining.

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    1. Julie Goyette Post author

      My daughter said the answer should be citrus, not fruits 🙂

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      1. David Garfield Post author

        Your daughter is quite correct. Would you/she prefer “atom atom”, “time long”, or “named largesse”?

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  4. Clem Post author

    What the hell. Couldn’t have done it without you all. Thanks B)

    4 everything

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  5. Roger Post author

    Its a bad clue, and technically wrong. the final fruit, orange, is not between, as it encompasses the entire second word.

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  6. Kurt Wieting Post author

    Whoever wrote this puzzle needs to be flogged. An absurd clue- 1 down. Utterly preposterous.

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  7. Leslie Post author

    Wow. They must have been scraping the bottom of the barrel on this clue. Not even clever.

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