Basic French verb crossword clue

Here is Basic French verb crossword clue answer which was seen today at La Times March 15 2017. This crossword clue has been featured on many different crossword puzzles. Since you have landed here then most probably you are looking for Basic French verb answer. Look no further because our site contains more than 2.5 million crossword clues and we are sure you will find what you are looking for!

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La Times Clues March 15, 2017

1965 Jerry Lewis/Tony Curtis farce involving flight attendants
1980 Clint Eastwood film about a Wild West show
2003 Disney animated feature with talking grizzlies
2005 Christian Bale superhero thriller
Army vet
Asp cousin
Bandanna cousin
Banjo legend Fleck
Basic French verb
Cake words Alice abided by
Civil rights org.
College URL ending
Comparison phrase
Composer's work
Didn't sleep quietly
Düsseldorf denial
Easily seen
Elton's title
Et __
Fishing spot
Flaky mineral
Franklin's faith
Genesis matriarch
Go on (one's way)
"Gotcha, man"
GPS suggestion
Hammer end
Hip dude
Hip-hop Dr.
"Hold it right there!"
__ Honor
Hunter's garb, for short
"Isn't that something"
Item under many a top
Jackson 5 hairdo
Like challenging push-ups
Like granola bars
Little League airer
Low-budget cinema ... and, literally, the four longest puzzle answers
Lyra's brightest star
Management major's deg.
Milk source
__ Mini: Nintendo console
More than just saber-rattling
New York mayor before Koch
Not as well
Numero __
Nursery offering
"Of course!"
Predict using, as tea leaves
Prey for cheetahs
Program file ending
Puts on gently
Really dull
Requiring quarters, briefly
Robert's "Out of Africa" role
Rolls with rice
Salad bar sliver
Set straight
Shallows hazard
Special Olympics founder Shriver
Tablet with Mini and Pro versions
Tabloid subjects
Takes a shot at
Tip of a Bic
Two-step, e.g.
Using one's passport, say
Victor's cry
W. or LBJ