New York Times NYT Spelling Bee Answers and Solution for July 12, 2021

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Today’s pangrams are CLUNKED and KNUCKLED.

The word CLUNKED has no known definition.

The word KNUCKLED has no known definition.

CLUNK is defined as make or move along with a sound as of a horse’s hooves striking the ground. It is also defined as a heavy dull sound (as made by impact of heavy objects).

DENUDE is defined as lay bare.

DENUDED is defined as without the natural or usual covering.

DUNCE is defined as a stupid person; these words are used to express a low opinion of someone’s intelligence.

DUNE is defined as a ridge of sand created by the wind; found in deserts or near lakes and oceans.

DUNK is defined as dip into a liquid while eating. It is also defined as immerse briefly into a liquid so as to wet, coat, or saturate. It is also defined as a basketball shot in which the basketball is propelled downward into the basket. It is also defined as make a dunk shot, in basketball.

The word DUNKED has no known definition.

The word DUNNED has no known definition.

ENDED is defined as having come or been brought to a conclusion.

ENDUE is defined as give qualities or abilities to.

The word ENDUED has no known definition.

KEEN is defined as express grief verbally. It is also defined as intense or sharp. It is also defined as painful as if caused by a sharp instrument. It is also defined as having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions. It is also defined as very good. It is also defined as a funeral lament sung with loud wailing. It is also defined as having a sharp cutting edge or point.

The word KEENED has no known definition.

KENNEL is defined as outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog. It is also defined as put up in a kennel.

The word KENNELED has no known definition.

KNEE is defined as joint between the femur and tibia in a quadruped; corresponds to the human knee. It is also defined as hinge joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella. It is also defined as the part of a trouser leg that provides the cloth covering for the knee.

The word KNEED has no known definition.

KNEEL is defined as supporting yourself on your knees. It is also defined as rest one’s weight on one’s knees.

The word KNEELED has no known definition.

KNELL is defined as make (bells) ring, often for the purposes of musical edification. It is also defined as ring as in announcing death. It is also defined as the sound of a bell rung slowly to announce a death or a funeral or the end of something.

The word KNELLED has no known definition.

KNUCKLE is defined as a joint of a finger when the fist is closed. It is also defined as press or rub with the knuckles. It is also defined as shoot a marble while keeping one’s knuckles on the ground.

LEND is defined as bestow a quality on. It is also defined as give temporarily; let have for a limited time. It is also defined as have certain characteristics of qualities for something; be open or vulnerable to.

The word LUNE has no known definition.

The word LUNK has no known definition.

NECK is defined as kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion. It is also defined as the part of an organism (human or animal) that connects the head to the rest of the body. It is also defined as an opening in a garment for the neck of the wearer; a part of the garment near the wearer’s neck. It is also defined as a cut of meat from the neck of an animal. It is also defined as a narrow elongated projecting strip of land. It is also defined as a narrow part of an artifact that resembles a neck in position or form.

NECKED is defined as having a neck or having a neck especially as specified (often used in combination).

NEED is defined as have need of. It is also defined as anything that is necessary but lacking. It is also defined as the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior. It is also defined as require as useful, just, or proper. It is also defined as a state of extreme poverty or destitution. It is also defined as a condition requiring relief.

NEEDED is defined as necessary for relief or supply.

NEEDLE is defined as the leaf of a conifer. It is also defined as annoy or provoke, as by constant criticism. It is also defined as a stylus that formerly made sound by following a groove in a phonograph record. It is also defined as a sharp pointed implement (usually steel). It is also defined as a slender pointer for indicating the reading on the scale of a measuring instrument. It is also defined as prick with a needle.

NEEDLED is defined as of trees whose leaves are acerate.

The word NENE has no known definition.

NUDE is defined as a statue of a naked human figure. It is also defined as a naked person. It is also defined as completely unclothed. It is also defined as a painting of a naked human figure. It is also defined as without clothing (especially in the phrase `in the nude’).

NUKE is defined as cook or heat in a microwave oven. It is also defined as strike at with firepower or bombs. It is also defined as the warhead of a missile designed to deliver an atom bomb. It is also defined as bomb with atomic weapons.

The word NUKED has no known definition.

NULL is defined as lacking any legal or binding force. It is also defined as a quantity of no importance.

UNCLE is defined as a source of help and advice and encouragement. It is also defined as the brother of your father or mother; the husband of your aunt.

UNDUE is defined as beyond normal limits. It is also defined as lacking justification or authorization. It is also defined as not appropriate or proper (or even legal) in the circumstances. It is also defined as not yet payable.

UNNEEDED is defined as not necessary.

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