Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
14-May-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Make money, and an alternate title for this puzzle
  2. 2.Deep-fried pastry
  3. 3.Privileged bunch
  4. 4.Hanger space
  5. 5.___ Mae (HUD corp.)
  6. 6.Diver's maneuver
  7. 7.___ devil
  8. 8.Gaggle creatures
  9. 9.June birthstone
  10. 10.Warning in a den
  11. 11.Digital junk
  12. 12.Facing away from the wind
  13. 13.Shoe brand once pitched by Scottie Pippen and Clyde Drexler
  14. 14.Words to live by
  15. 15.Its pages have messages for politicians
  16. 16.Attach, as a patch
  17. 17.Canned fuel brand
  18. 18."Well done!"
  19. 19.Inaccurate
  20. 20.Belgrade denizen
  21. 21."Taxi" fare, say?
  22. 22.Non-marginalized supporter of marginalized groups
  23. 23.Seal again, as with a Scotch product
  24. 24.Call in a card game
  25. 25.Valuable collection
  26. 26.Club that usually can't be beat?
  27. 27."Halfway to ___" (1987 Ramones album)
  28. 28.Order figures
  29. 29.*Art installation by Anya Gallaccio where 10,000 rose heads of the same color rest atop their stems and wither over time
  30. 30.1970s New York Times crossword editor Will
  31. 31.Org. with six official languages
  32. 32.Navigation station
  33. 33.Minor arguments
  34. 34.Hoops coach Tyronn
  35. 35."Still" singer Richie
  36. 36."Glee" co-star Michele
  37. 37.123 Across in England?
  38. 38.Glam rocker Bolan
  39. 39.Snow woman?
  40. 40.On a cruise
  41. 41.Fit for a queen
  42. 42.Gush
  43. 43."Just What I Needed" singer Benjamin
  44. 44.Rapid speech
  45. 45.123 Across in South Africa?
  46. 46.In a nervous way
  47. 47.As ___ unknown
  48. 48.Lead-in to a punchline
  49. 49.Accounting of rounds
  50. 50."___ then ..."
  51. 51.James Baldwin's "Notes of a Native Son," e.g.
  52. 52.Alias-signifying letters
  53. 53.Nickname of a former Microsoft Office assistant that resembled an office fastener
  54. 54.Composes
  55. 55.123 Across in Mexico?
  56. 56.YouTuber Natalie who discusses politics and gender on the channel ContraPoints
  57. 57.Joel Embiid's org.
  58. 58.Money up front, and an alternate title for this puzzle
  59. 59."That's what it looks like to me"
  60. 60.Lord of the 18 Down
  61. 61.*Generating interest on top of interest one has already earned
  62. 62.Order figures
  63. 63.Inexperienced
  64. 64.Trip around a campus
  65. 65.Like the most juicy and well-rounded Thanksgiving turkey
  66. 66.Key historical periods
  67. 67.Kent County city (in the U.S. and in England)
  68. 68.123 Across in Ghana?
  69. 69.Challenge
  70. 70.Status of some social media messages
  71. 71.See 135 Across
  72. 72."Happy" plants in Bob Ross paintings
  73. 73.Athlete delivering a routine performance
  74. 74.Far ___ (a ways away)
  75. 75.Babe Ruth Home Run Award winner in 2000
  76. 76.Cross
  77. 77."Get ___ of it!"
  78. 78.Mohawk River city
  79. 79.Quirk
  80. 80.Fashion designer Klein
  81. 81.Subject of interest for the Whale Sanctuary Project
  82. 82.Rainforest palm
  83. 83.Comedian who's an honorary member of the Society of Automotive Historians
  84. 84.*Have strong feelings (about)
  85. 85."Every kiss begins with ___" (slogan in jewelry ads)
  86. 86.Aerodynamic
  87. 87.Accustom
  88. 88.*Bibimbap or pilaf, e.g.
  89. 89.With 90 Across, ancient exiled groups
  90. 90.Sharpen, as with a whetstone
  91. 91.Detrain, say
  92. 92.Is set for life
  93. 93.Word after A, B, C or D
  94. 94.Like fruits and vegetables
  95. 95.What Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde represent
  96. 96.123 Across in Vietnam?
  97. 97.Provide instruction
  98. 98.Non-hardcore gamers, derisively
  99. 99.Baseless idea
  100. 100."That's so cool!"
  101. 101.Butler employee, for short
  102. 102.Like malevolent spirits
  103. 103.Salon service
  104. 104.Scatter (about)
  105. 105.Billions of years
  106. 106.Communion offering
  107. 107.___ Prime (Toyota plug-in hybrid)
  108. 108.Auto site
  109. 109.Biblical birthright trader
  110. 110.Sticky substance
  111. 111.Evac need, perhaps
  112. 112.Expert, briefly
  113. 113.Irish county bordered by South Dublin
  114. 114.Like Danes and Finns
  115. 115.*Repeatedly
  116. 116.Umberto Giordano's "Fedora," e.g.
  117. 117.123 Across in Iran?
  118. 118.Liverpool lavatories
  119. 119.Meteorologist's line
  120. 120.Meritorious
  121. 121.Caribbean music genre pioneered by Lord Shorty in the 1970s
  122. 122.Medication form
  123. 123.Some wedding guests
  124. 124."Sorta"
  125. 125.Natural 'do
  126. 126.Hole number
  127. 127.First-century "fiddler"
  128. 128.Words to live by
  129. 129.Feudal estate
  130. 130.Incoming statement?
  131. 131.Creature used as a croquet mallet in "Alice in Wonderland"
  132. 132.___ decay
  133. 133.Carbonated part of a float
  134. 134.Member of the Space Cubs on "The Jetsons"
  135. 135.Dominating victory
  136. 136.Bread one might have with chicken vindaloo
  137. 137.Pastureland portions
  138. 138.Facebook posting
  139. 139."It's the stuff breakfast dreams are made of," per Post
  140. 140.*One concerned with possessions
  141. 141."My man!"
  142. 142.123 Across in Brazil?
  143. 143."We have a winner!" sound
  144. 144.Used a recliner
  145. 145.Dec. decorating time
  146. 146.Like candles
  147. 147.Where some MDs work
  148. 148.*Removes, as paint from a wall

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