Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
15-January-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Traveling in a camper van
  2. 2.Retail venue
  3. 3.Convey a view
  4. 4."China Roses" singer
  5. 5.Memorable period
  6. 6.Arrange, as laundry
  7. 7.Queen who initiated the International Arab Youth Congress
  8. 8.Vegetarian's restriction
  9. 9.Liquor in a Painkiller
  10. 10.___ a soul (nobody)
  11. 11.$10,000 and $25,000, for some high-stakes poker tournaments
  12. 12.Leap in a ballet studio
  13. 13.Still filling in the blanks of "_ind_re_la"
  14. 14.Low land?
  15. 15.Ingredient in balsamic red wine sauce (Bob Woodward)
  16. 16.Doctors' org. located in Jamaica?
  17. 17.Not at all relaxed
  18. 18."You get what I'm trying to show you?"
  19. 19.Went from Tokyo to Kyoto? (Jane Austen)
  20. 20.Many a character on "The Wonder Years"
  21. 21.Opposite of feral
  22. 22.Latin phrase following a surprise attack
  23. 23.Southern region of Spain (Toni Morrison)
  24. 24.Regulars on the slopes (Philip K. Dick)
  25. 25.Nonetheless, briefly
  26. 26.Grunt that might follow "Avast, ye mateys!"
  27. 27.Jimmy who played Nero Padilla on "Sons of Anarchy"
  28. 28.Commanded
  29. 29.Difficult to cut through
  30. 30.Foot-long sandwich, perhaps
  31. 31.What you walk on when you're euphoric
  32. 32.Paints crudely
  33. 33.Pontiac model named the Motor Trend Car of the Year in 1968
  34. 34.Laments
  35. 35.Alpha's opposite
  36. 36.Stiffened, with "up"
  37. 37.United, with "up"
  38. 38.___ Global (magazine published by an anti-fur org.)
  39. 39.Post-bonfire powder
  40. 40.Moving van, e.g., often
  41. 41.Tastes, as wine
  42. 42.With 51 Down, host of the politics podcast "The Majority Report"
  43. 43.Opens, as a meeting (Alex Haley)
  44. 44.Of punishment
  45. 45.Originally named
  46. 46.Hydrographer Francis who developed a wind scale
  47. 47.Going green, say
  48. 48.Garden tool site
  49. 49.Didn't remain standing
  50. 50.Pass-the-baton event
  51. 51.High-altitude ox
  52. 52."Who's ready?" reply
  53. 53.Astonishes
  54. 54."___ assured ..."
  55. 55.When you go to bed, cutesily (Herman Melville)
  56. 56.Like a two-word reply
  57. 57."___ meenie ..."
  58. 58.Downright foolish
  59. 59.Computer user's resource (Sapphire)
  60. 60.___ Harmon, protagonist of "The Queen's Gambit"
  61. 61.Press (down)
  62. 62."Captain Blood" actor Flynn
  63. 63.Like a kid in a candy store
  64. 64.Reviewed, as a draft
  65. 65.Número between uno and tres
  66. 66.Cloaked being on Tatooine in "Star Wars"
  67. 67.Commanded
  68. 68.Power to decide
  69. 69.Mystical emanation
  70. 70.Game specifications
  71. 71.Organic compound used in insecticides
  72. 72.Following closely, as a dog would
  73. 73.Wiretap, say
  74. 74.Some mouse batteries
  75. 75.Island where Hercules captured a bull in his seventh labor
  76. 76.Body part where you place a bracer
  77. 77.Tsar of Russia known as "the Great"
  78. 78.Game console that had faux wood paneling
  79. 79.___ nova (Brazilian music genre)
  80. 80.Person who might ironically say "How do you do, fellow kids?"
  81. 81.Tragic king of the stage
  82. 82.Aggravate
  83. 83.1988 World Series MVP Hershiser
  84. 84.New company addition
  85. 85.5 Across speaker
  86. 86.Hosted, as on TV
  87. 87.Versified homage
  88. 88.Fort Hall Reservation's state
  89. 89.Prepare intensively, as for a test
  90. 90.1992 Wimbledon champ Agassi
  91. 91.Important part of each reversed book title in this puzzle (which you can use to spell out an apt phrase)
  92. 92.Salty drops from ducts
  93. 93.Trunk depicted in art
  94. 94.Service provider?
  95. 95.Surgically removed
  96. 96."Burn ___ Reading" (2008 Coen Brothers film)
  97. 97.Tenant's document
  98. 98.Surprise attack
  99. 99.Ottoman Empire official
  100. 100.Mirror ___ (reflection)
  101. 101.Mentalist's alleged skill
  102. 102.Met, as the occasion
  103. 103.Copy writer? (Michael Grant)
  104. 104.See 123 Down
  105. 105.WNBA target
  106. 106.Cover over a cut
  107. 107."Insecure" star Rae
  108. 108.Like money and cars
  109. 109.Sear in fat and then simmer in a bit of liquid
  110. 110.___ last word
  111. 111.Take a ___ at it (try)
  112. 112.Fertilizer compound
  113. 113.Despotic leader
  114. 114.Yankees legend Joe, familiarly
  115. 115.1972 hit with the lyric "Mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids"
  116. 116.Home of the Spurs (Émile Zola)
  117. 117.Sluggish
  118. 118."Honest" prez
  119. 119.Bread with caraway seeds
  120. 120.Restorative resort
  121. 121.Working group
  122. 122.Explosive TV network?
  123. 123.Reached a conclusion
  124. 124.Choose, with "for"
  125. 125."You're a Mean ___, Mr. Grinch"
  126. 126.Tea with tapioca balls
  127. 127.TV prize (Amy Bloom)
  128. 128.Lobster locale
  129. 129.Consider to be
  130. 130.Poetic contraction meaning "above"
  131. 131.Minor key of "Poker Face" by Lady Gaga
  132. 132.Optic metaphor for experience (Stanislaw Lem)
  133. 133.Message read on a smartphone
  134. 134.Midmorning hr.
  135. 135.Press, as a cat would with its paws
  136. 136."I agree, Father"
  137. 137.___ old, ___ old
  138. 138.Get out ... like, now
  139. 139."About this large"
  140. 140.Home of the Bangka Lungshan Temple
  141. 141.Legally expel
  142. 142.Walked heavily
  143. 143."We don't know yet"
  144. 144."Try this"

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The Sunday puzzle is available in a printable format and you play it the classic pen and paper way or you can go digital and play the crossword online. The menu bar gives you a variety of options to customize your entire crossword experience. You can choose to reveal the answers in case you are stuck somewhere. It offers a variety of high quality content along with ease of play.

The crosswords published have a topic or theme and the entire puzzle is based on it. Example “alphabet soup” is the name of the latest crossword puzzle by Evan Birnholz where the play of words is so well presented. Once you solve a clue, you are forced to dive into the crossword looking for more. Solving crossword puzzles regularly gives you an edge in your vocabulary and also exercises the brain on a daily basis.

The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Author: The Sunday crosswords are written by a very popular writer Evan Birnholz. He is a resident of Philadelphia and has a rich archive of all his previously written crosswords on his website, Devil Cross.

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