LA Times Crossword Solver

Updated on January 23, 2020 at 12:00 AM

LA Times Crossword Solver is a website where you can find the daily answers for one of the most popular puzzles around.

This page is updated everyday with the latest clues but if you want to browse the archive you can use the calendar or the links on the sidebar.

The last update of January 23, 2020 has 79 clues, all of which are answered below.

January 23, 2020 Answers

Longest-serving Japanese prime minister
Ave. crossers
Steel foundry input
"Try some!"
Lamaze class attendee
Expectant time
One of the family
About 24% of the U.S. Congress
Place for choppers
Not quite right
Broadway song that begins, "The most beautiful sound I ever heard"
Brief encounter
Flag thrower
Co-tsar with Peter I
Saucepan cover
Missile Command game company
Place to stay
Newcastle Brown __
Starts bubbling, maybe
Fleecy one
Strong suit
Lost, as a big lead
Way back when
Rum drink
Competition that includes snowboarding
Pianist Rubinstein
California's __ Gabriel Mountains
Egg cells
Like the most busy busybody
Mid-Michigan city
Uganda's capital
Accessory for an Aquaman costume
Before, in poems
Coffee hour sight
"Sounds right to me"
Really want
New Year's Day event in Pasadena
Tiny toiler
Name in eerie fiction
Proper to a fault
Himalayan legend
"Furthermore ... "
Fluffy wrap
Finish impressively
Sportscast technique
River near Vatican City
"Hold it!"
Lamb Chop puppeteer
Short, in a way
It helps you go places
Gives the slip
Part of LAPD
Pedometer unit
Sport coat
Get support, in a way ... and what the puzzle circles do
Writer Gardner
Rock that, oddly, loses to paper
Puccini opera
Boxer Laila
Ventura County city
German word of gratitude
Wildly cheering
Knocker's words
Chris of "Captain America"
Wine made from Muscat grapes
Camera type, for short
You basked for it
USO show audience
Wyo. neighbor


All intellectual property rights in and to the Crosswords are owned by “Los Angeles Times”, including copyrighted images and trademarks. is in no way affiliated with “Los Angeles Times”, “LA Times” in any way.