Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Painter of the triptych "Adoration of the Magi"
  2. 2."Wasn't my favorite"
  3. 3.In most cases
  4. 4.Subcontinent prince
  5. 5.Pick, as a president
  6. 6.Madeline of "Clue"
  7. 7.Chuck once on the Steelers' sideline
  8. 8.Akana who co-hosts the podcast "Explain Things to Me"
  9. 9.Participate in a spin class
  10. 10.Word before student or records
  11. 11.Wheeled aisle vehicle
  12. 12.Interminably long times
  13. 13.Passionate emotion
  14. 14.Attend
  15. 15."Beware the ___ of March"
  16. 16.Article citation abbr.
  17. 17.Liquor in a mojito
  18. 18.*Kayaking locales that will give you a good core workout?
  19. 19.Where the 2022 film "RRR" takes place
  20. 20.*Fellows who enjoy composer Maurice's music?
  21. 21.Apt rhyme of "casino" among American cities
  22. 22.Typography stroke
  23. 23.Give up, as territory
  24. 24.Bird feed?
  25. 25.PlayStation 5 insert
  26. 26."What ___ can I say?"
  27. 27.Photo perimeter, maybe
  28. 28.Work alone
  29. 29.Energy drink brand
  30. 30."Another World" actress Linda
  31. 31.Demonstrates empathy
  32. 32.Modify for a movie, say
  33. 33.With 108 Down, remain in place
  34. 34.Where to find singles on campus?
  35. 35.Mr. Schwarzenegger, informally
  36. 36."With all ___ respect ..."
  37. 37.Instrument that may be read on a calculator by typing 3080 and turning it upside down
  38. 38.Tasting like some sweet drinks
  39. 39.Joseph known for his Slow Churned ice cream brand
  40. 40.Like some beachgoers
  41. 41.Cause for many Stonewall protesters
  42. 42.One with the power to release the kraken, presumably
  43. 43.Caught
  44. 44.Sty stuff
  45. 45."I didn't want to tell you this"
  46. 46.Teeny-tiny
  47. 47.2023 World Cup star Carmona
  48. 48.Divested (of)
  49. 49.Thrush home
  50. 50."Yikes! A mouse!"
  51. 51."Pipers piping" count
  52. 52.Stream interruptions
  53. 53.Beneficiary in a will
  54. 54.Stylist's supply
  55. 55.___ II (razor)
  56. 56.Be 124 Across
  57. 57.Discharge, as steam
  58. 58.End-of-semester tests
  59. 59.*"Mein Gott! A 'burnt' color!"?
  60. 60."Can I ___ why?"
  61. 61."You get my point?"
  62. 62.Wedding dress fabric
  63. 63.Unlocking item
  64. 64.Office abbr. that omits "ui" from the interior
  65. 65."A guy with déj vu walks ___ a bar. A guy with déj vu walks ___ a bar."
  66. 66."Freek-A-Leek" rapper ___ Pablo
  67. 67.*"Have you acquired any assets at all?"?
  68. 68.Small arthropod
  69. 69.Covered in concrete rectangles, say
  70. 70.The road not taken as often as the main one
  71. 71.Utah Tech Univ. city, or a legendary dragon slayer
  72. 72.Dodge, as detection
  73. 73.*Christmas toymaker walked onstage?
  74. 74.*Expert at setting and keeping the tempo?
  75. 75.The D of CODA
  76. 76.18th-century author of "The American Crisis"
  77. 77.Closely related (to)
  78. 78.Forceful denial
  79. 79.Not entirely shut
  80. 80.British baby carriage
  81. 81.Body of water like l'Adriatique
  82. 82.Chronological divisions
  83. 83.Like mouthwash, often
  84. 84.Equipped for the job
  85. 85.Liquor in a Manhattan
  86. 86.*Farm enclosure for storing a pool triangle?
  87. 87.See 83 Down
  88. 88.Judicial Sotomayor
  89. 89."Short," contracted
  90. 90.Passionate emotion
  91. 91."Us" actor Heidecker
  92. 92.Professors' outlines
  93. 93.*What Elvis might have called his swiveling body parts if he acted in the 2012 Best Picture winner?
  94. 94.Madrid museum display
  95. 95.Promotional programming
  96. 96.Unit of cash in Malta
  97. 97.Quaker one might find on a hiking trip
  98. 98.Brand that makes lip balm and body lotion
  99. 99.Eliminate, as letters
  100. 100.Burj Al Arab's city
  101. 101.Joy of talk shows
  102. 102.*What you use to listen to a whirlpool?
  103. 103.Sprinter Burrell
  104. 104.Kvetch
  105. 105.Handi-Snacks cookie
  106. 106.Trial balloon
  107. 107.Head of state, at times
  108. 108.Difference in life experience
  109. 109.Stuff in some kegs
  110. 110.Flat-topped hill
  111. 111.Back in the day
  112. 112.Unit of time based on the moon's phases
  113. 113.___ dunk contest
  114. 114.Very busy
  115. 115.___ mater
  116. 116."Game of Thrones" city with a Great Pyramid
  117. 117.Winner's sensation
  118. 118."Shh, the adults ___ talking"
  119. 119.Organ recipient, e.g.
  120. 120.Tree branch
  121. 121.*Every person named like NFL receiver Moss, "American Idol" judge Jackson, composer Newman, etc.?
  122. 122."Hoop Dreams" hoop
  123. 123.Of that kind
  124. 124.Milne's gloomy ass
  125. 125.The bird Edward or Edwina, in kids' books by Sheena Knowles
  126. 126.Unwell
  127. 127.Got a Lyft, say
  128. 128.Wall climber's cord
  129. 129.Heavy object lifter
  130. 130.Road trip fare
  131. 131.Line on leather, say
  132. 132.Pride Lands lioness
  133. 133.Book of Samuel judge
  134. 134.One living in Livorno, often
  135. 135.Freezer blocks
  136. 136.Frenemies' quarrel
  137. 137.Bronx Zoo locale, briefly
  138. 138.Ron ___, U.S. senator representing Oregon
  139. 139.Like "Airplane!" and "Hot Shots!"
  140. 140.Nonprofit URL ending
  141. 141.Like a certain table
  142. 142.Prayer's start
  143. 143."___ Rave" (song by Noisestorm with a music video featuring dancing crustaceans)
  144. 144.Pride Lands lion

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