"Gangbusters in old slang" Crossword Clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 14 Oct 2023

"Gangbusters in old slang" NYT crossword answer is:

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Gangbusters was an old slang term that was used to describe someone or something that was incredibly successful or powerful. It was often used to describe a person or group that was able to achieve something remarkable or that had a great amount of influence. It was popularized in the 1930s and 1940s and is still used today in popular culture, often in the form of the phrase "busting the gang". The New York Times crossword clue from October 14, 2023 references this old slang term as a hint for the answer.

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