New York Times NYT Spelling Bee Answers and Solution for June 24, 2021

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Today’s pangram is AXIOMATIC.

AXIOMATIC is defined as evident without proof or argument. It is also defined as containing aphorisms or maxims. It is also defined as of or relating to or derived from axioms.

AMMO is defined as projectiles to be fired from a gun.

ATOM is defined as (nontechnical usage) a tiny piece of anything. It is also defined as (physics and chemistry) the smallest component of an element having the chemical properties of the element.

ATOMIC is defined as (weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy. It is also defined as immeasurably small. It is also defined as of or relating to or comprising atoms.

AXIOM is defined as a saying that is widely accepted on its own merits. It is also defined as (logic) a proposition that is not susceptible of proof or disproof; its truth is assumed to be self-evident.

CACAO is defined as tropical American tree producing cacao beans.

CAMO is defined as fabric dyed with splotches of green and brown and black and tan; intended to make the wearer of a garment made of this fabric hard to distinguish from the background.

CIAO is defined as an acknowledgment that can be used to say hello or goodbye (aloha is Hawaiian and ciao is Italian).

COACT is defined as act together, as of organisms.

COAT is defined as put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface. It is also defined as a thin layer covering something. It is also defined as form a coat over. It is also defined as growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal. It is also defined as an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors. It is also defined as cover or provide with a coat.

COATI is defined as omnivorous mammal of Central America and South America.

COAX is defined as influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering. It is also defined as a transmission line for high-frequency signals.

COCA is defined as a South American shrub whose leaves are chewed by natives of the Andes; a source of cocaine. It is also defined as United States comedienne who starred in early television shows with Sid Caesar (1908-2001). It is also defined as dried leaves of the coca plant (and related plants that also contain cocaine); chewed by Andean people for their stimulating effect.

COCCI is defined as any spherical or nearly spherical bacteria.

COCOA is defined as a beverage made from cocoa powder and milk and sugar; usually drunk hot. It is also defined as powder of ground roasted cacao beans with most of the fat removed.

COMA is defined as a state of deep and often prolonged unconsciousness; usually the result of disease or injury. It is also defined as (astronomy) the luminous cloud of particles surrounding the frozen nucleus of a comet; forms as the comet approaches the sun and is warmed. It is also defined as (botany) a usually terminal tuft of bracts (as in the pineapple) or tuft of hairs (especially on certain seeds).

COMIC is defined as arousing or provoking laughter. It is also defined as a professional performer who tells jokes and performs comical acts. It is also defined as of or relating to or characteristic of comedy.

COMMA is defined as anglewing butterfly with a comma-shaped mark on the underside of each hind wing. It is also defined as a punctuation mark (,) used to indicate the separation of elements within the grammatical structure of a sentence.

COMMIT is defined as give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause. It is also defined as perform an act, usually with a negative connotation. It is also defined as cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution. It is also defined as make an investment. It is also defined as engage in or perform. It is also defined as confer a trust upon.

COOT is defined as slate-black slow-flying birds somewhat resembling ducks.

COXA is defined as the ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and the acetabulum.

IOTA is defined as a tiny or scarcely detectable amount. It is also defined as the 9th letter of the Greek alphabet.

MOAT is defined as ditch dug as a fortification and usually filled with water.

MOMMA is defined as informal terms for a mother.

MOOT is defined as think about carefully; weigh. It is also defined as open to argument or debate. It is also defined as a hypothetical case that law students argue as an exercise. It is also defined as of no legal significance (as having been previously decided).

MOTTO is defined as a favorite saying of a sect or political group.

OMIT is defined as leave undone or leave out. It is also defined as prevent from being included or considered or accepted.

TACO is defined as (ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Mexican descent. It is also defined as a tortilla rolled cupped around a filling.

TATTOO is defined as a design on the skin made by tattooing. It is also defined as a drumbeat or bugle call that signals the military to return to their quarters. It is also defined as stain (skin) with indelible color. It is also defined as the practice of making a design on the skin by pricking and staining.

TOCCATA is defined as a baroque musical composition (usually for a keyboard instrument) with full chords and rapid elaborate runs in a rhythmically free style.

TOMATO is defined as native to South America; widely cultivated in many varieties. It is also defined as mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable.

TOMCAT is defined as male cat.

TOMTIT is defined as widely distributed European titmouse with bright cobalt blue wings and tail and crown of the head.

TOOT is defined as make a loud noise. It is also defined as revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party. It is also defined as a blast of a horn.

TOXIC is defined as of or relating to or caused by a toxin or poison.

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