Crosswords have been popular since the early 20th century, with the very first crossword puzzle being published on December 21, 1913 on the Fun Page of the New York World. The puzzle was invented by a British journalist named Arthur Wynne who lived in the United States, and simply wanted to add something enjoyable to the ‘Fun’ section of the paper.
Since the first crossword puzzle, the popularity for them has only ever grown, with many in the modern world turning to them on a daily basis for enjoyment or to keep their minds stimulated.
Recent studies have shown that crossword puzzles are among the most effective ways to preserve memory and cognitive function, but besides that they’re extremely fun and are a good way to pass the time.
Albeit fun, crosswords can be very difficult as they become more complex and cover so many areas of general knowledge, so there’s no need to be ashamed if there’s a certain area you are stuck on, which is where we come in to provide a helping hand with the Word meaning “look up on a search engine” that was first used on TV in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”: crossword clue answer today.
Word meaning “look up on a search engine” that was first used on TV in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”: Crossword Clue Answer
We have searched through several crosswords and puzzles to find the possible answer to this clue, but it’s worth noting that clues can have several answers depending on the crossword puzzle they’re in.
We found the below clue in the March 31 2023 edition of the Daily Themed Crossword, but it’s worth cross-checking your answer length and whether this looks right if it’s a different crossword.
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We hope this solved the crossword clue you’re struggling with today. Make sure to check out all of our other crossword clues and answers for several others, such as the NYT Crossword, or check out all of the clues answers for the Daily Themed Crossword Clues and Answers for March 31 2023.
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