New York Times NYT Spelling Bee Answers and Solution for December 5, 2021

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Today’s pangram is CHUTNEY.

CHUTNEY is defined as a spicy condiment made of chopped fruits or vegetables cooked in vinegar and sugar with ginger and spices.

CHUTE is defined as rescue equipment consisting of a device that fills with air and retards your fall. It is also defined as sloping channel through which things can descend. It is also defined as jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute.

ETCH is defined as carve or cut a design or letters into. It is also defined as carve or cut into a block used for printing or print from such a block. It is also defined as cause to stand out or be clearly defined or visible. It is also defined as make an etching of. It is also defined as selectively dissolve the surface of (a semiconductor or printed circuit) with a solvent, laser, or stream of electrons.

EUNUCH is defined as a man who has been castrated and is incapable of reproduction.

The word EYETEETH has no known definition.

HENCE is defined as (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result. It is also defined as from this place.

HUNCH is defined as an impression that something might be the case. It is also defined as round one’s back by bending forward and drawing the shoulders forward. It is also defined as the act of bending yourself into a humped position.

HUNT is defined as an association of huntsmen who hunt for sport. It is also defined as the activity of looking thoroughly in order to find something or someone. It is also defined as United States architect (1827-1895). It is also defined as the work of finding and killing or capturing animals for food or pelts. It is also defined as pursue or chase relentlessly. It is also defined as British writer who defended the Romanticism of Keats and Shelley (1784-1859). It is also defined as the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport. It is also defined as Englishman and Pre-Raphaelite painter (1827-1910). It is also defined as pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals). It is also defined as an instance of searching for something. It is also defined as chase away, with as with force. It is also defined as oscillate about a desired speed, position, or state to an undesirable extent. It is also defined as search (an area) for prey. It is also defined as seek, search for. It is also defined as yaw back and forth about a flight path.

HUTCH is defined as small crude shelter used as a dwelling. It is also defined as a cage (usually made of wood and wire mesh) for small animals.

TECH is defined as a school teaching mechanical and industrial arts and the applied sciences.

TECHY is defined as easily irritated or annoyed.

TEETH is defined as the kind and number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal.

TEETHE is defined as grow teeth; cut the baby teeth.

TENTH is defined as coming next after the ninth and just before the eleventh in position. It is also defined as a tenth part; one part in ten equal parts. It is also defined as position ten in a countable series of things.

TETCHY is defined as easily irritated or annoyed.

The word THEE has no known definition.

THEN is defined as subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors). It is also defined as at a specific prior time. It is also defined as that time; that moment.

THENCE is defined as (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result. It is also defined as from that circumstance or source. It is also defined as from that place or from there.

THEY is defined as The plural of he, she, or it. They is never used adjectively, but always as a pronoun proper, and sometimes refers to persons without an antecedent expressed..

The word YECCH has no known definition.

The word YECH has no known definition.

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