Rodent Crossword Clue

Solved By Crossword Answers 911 | Evening Standard - Quick | 22 May 2019
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  • Best Answer: RAT

Published 180 time/s & has 21 answer/s.

More Answers:

  • RAT
  • GREYSQUIRREL
  • PACA
  • MARMOT
  • HAMSTER
  • CAPYBARA
  • SQUIRREL
  • MOUSE
  • GERBIL
  • GNAWER
  • COYPU
  • VOLE
  • GUINEAPIG
  • GOLDENHAMSTER
  • CAVY
  • DORMOUSE
  • SHREW
  • REDSQUIRREL
  • MUSKRAT
  • GOPHER
  • RABBIT

Definition of "RAT"

a rodent that resembles a large mouse, typically having a pointed snout and a long tail. Some kinds have become cosmopolitan and are sometimes responsible for transmitting diseases.

Example :
  • her rat of a husband cheated on her
  • he became the most famous rat in mob history
  • LA mall rats

  • CrosswordDateAnswer
    Evening Standard - Quick22 May 2019RAT
    Mirror classic20 May 2019RAT
    Evening Standard - Easy3 May 2019GREYSQUIRREL
    The Sun Two Speed27 April 2019RAT
    Penny dell21 April 2019RAT
    Independent.co.uk - Concise30 March 2019RAT
    The Telegraph - Quick25 January 2019RAT
    The Times Concise29 November 2018RAT
    Crossword Climber1 July 2018RAT
    Irish Times Simplex11 April 2018RAT
    The Irish News Quick9 August 2017COYPU
    Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate16 March 2012RAT
    The Guardian27 July 2010DORMOUSE
    Canadiana23 June 2008SHREW


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