Sign In
Sign Up

Previous Daily Puzzles

Please sign in to solve previous puzzles.

January   28   Fit the letters A A B E I I K N O R Y  into the grid to make the name of a country and its capital city.

Enter the two names.

27   Anagram the letters A A D H R Z  to make a word. Enter the word.
26   Fit the letters L R R T Y  into the grid to make a word.
 I E A  

Enter the word.

25   The following clues define eight 4-letter words. Figure them out and fit them into the square below.

Common prefix in juices
Group with a tournament of 68 teams
Opening for a memo, sometimes
Raggedy dolls
Viking org.
Votes for a bill


When you are done, enter the four words from top to bottom.

24   Starting at the N in the bottom middle cell and moving to adjacent letters horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, find a 3-word phrase that describes an event that sometimes precedes an election, using each letter at least once.

Enter the phrase.

23   This is a phonetic puzzle. Think about pronunciation, not spelling. The solution words will use distinct spellings for the same sounds.

Think of a 5-letter name of a strategy game. Add one phoneme in the middle to make a 6-letter word describing something that one player does to the other in that game. Enter either one.
22   Think of a 5-letter word for a direction. Change the first letter to make a number. Enter either one.

Puzzazz on Facebook Puzzazz on Twitter Puzzazz on Google+ Puzzazz on Pinterest
Our Puzzle Books

Our World-Class Authors

How to Solve Puzzles

Our exclusive, award-winning TouchWrite™ handwriting recognition

Special features:   Puzzles Live 2013     100th Anniversary of the Crossword  

Solve the NYT Daily Crossword in the free Puzzazz app for iOS
Discuss the current puzzle by John Farmer

Get the puzzle of the day:   RSS Feed   Daily Emails

About Us   Contact Us   Support   FAQ   News   Our Blog     Read the Buzz about Puzzazz  

Your account   Redeem a special offer

© 2015 Puzzazz, Inc.       Privacy Policy