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Most-used Part Of A Ginger Plant – Crossword Clue

We have all of the known answers for the Most-used part of a ginger plant crossword clue to help you solve today's puzzle.
Most-used part of a ginger plant Crossword Clue

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Most-used Part Of A Ginger Plant Crossword Answer

The answer to the Most-used part of a ginger plant crossword clue is:

  • ROOT (4 letters)

The clue and answer(s) above was last seen in the NYT Mini. It can also appear across various crossword publications, including newspapers and websites around the world like the LA Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more.

Most-used Part Of A Ginger Plant FAQ

What is ROOT?

The root is the part of a plant which attaches it to the ground or to a support.

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