Have you tried cryptic crossword puzzles just to find it too enigmatic? The answer is BAN`s BANKING for “Outlaw” and KING for “Leader.” The definition is “managing money.” In this example, words are displayed in the same order as in the response, and no specific word is required to display it. However, the order of the parties is sometimes indicated by words such as “against,” “after,” “on,” “with” or “high” (in a downward note). The puzzle is an activity based on knowledge. At least three types of knowledge contribute to the fact that these are language skills, general knowledge and knowledge, which are relatively specific to the action of crossword puzzles. We have listed all the clues in our database that match your search. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. The synonyms were arranged according to the number of characters to be easily found. There are many ways for builders to show part of a clue. In this note: Compilers or setters often use slang terms and abbreviations, usually without indication, which is why familiarity with them is important for the solver. The abbreviations can be as simple as `west` – W, `New York` – NY, but also more difficult.
 Words that can mean more than one thing are often exploited; Often, the meaning that the solver must use is completely different from what it seems to have in the index. Here are some examples: the appearance of the word “sounds” gives that this reference requires a homophone, a word that sounds like another word. One of the things that we often do when working on a crossword is to exclude the possibility of rings of letters on the grounds that they are not words. This is likely, for example, when most letters of a target word are known to complement sharp words. In such cases, it is sometimes possible to exclude an emerging objective by being fairly sure that a sequence of characters (z.B KLQZ) is not found in English words; But it is sometimes possible to exclude spelling possibilities, because they are non-words. Doing this without consulting the dictionary seems to require that we know all the words in the language. But in fact, Puzzle Doer`s does it all the time, and it`s unlikely that any of them will know all the words in the language.