Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
19-November-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.SSgt., e.g.
  2. 2.Skip
  3. 3.Bit of a jerk
  4. 4.Title akin to Mlle
  5. 5."The Impaler"
  6. 6.Given that
  7. 7.Downs, in a way
  8. 8.Approx. takeoff hr.
  9. 9.Long way to go?
  10. 10.Major prima donnas
  11. 11.Like open countryside
  12. 12.Solitary sort
  13. 13.*"Just doing my job"
  14. 14.Bernardine Evaristo novel "___, Woman, Other"
  15. 15.Like some splotchy cows
  16. 16."___ been fun"
  17. 17.Litigate
  18. 18.With 90 Down, James Brown biopic whose title could be a title for this puzzle
  19. 19.Public image
  20. 20.Fan sites, often
  21. 21.Teen's whine, maybe
  22. 22.Jubilant cry
  23. 23.Housecat's lookout
  24. 24.Ethnicity for most Biafrans
  25. 25.Höch's movement
  26. 26.Retail promotions
  27. 27.Oft-ridiculed Microsoft assistant's greeting
  28. 28.Roman-sounding home for the Showtime Lakers, with "the"
  29. 29.Affectionate declaración
  30. 30.Artist a.k.a. Sporty Spice
  31. 31.Spring like a frog
  32. 32."I'm not ___ sure"
  33. 33.Cyan relative
  34. 34.Abstemious one, maybe
  35. 35.Very small amount
  36. 36.Farrow of "Avalanche"
  37. 37.Brand that makes Brunch in a Jar Sippin' Cream liqueur
  38. 38.Savor
  39. 39.Gloria instrumental in second-wave feminism
  40. 40.Cold brew option
  41. 41.Quaint, quaintly
  42. 42.Hippie-ish, as an aesthetic
  43. 43.Start of something reinvented?
  44. 44.Model Bella or Gigi
  45. 45.Sports body found to have violated antitrust laws in a unanimous 2021 SCOTUS ruling
  46. 46."Mediocre" author Ijeoma
  47. 47.Nintendo art producer?
  48. 48.Fantastic
  49. 49.Capital south of the Caspian Sea
  50. 50.Feast with four cups of wine
  51. 51.Net gains?
  52. 52."Curiously strong" breath mint
  53. 53.Govt.-issued ID
  54. 54.Not the crushing sort, familiarly?
  55. 55.Be visually striking
  56. 56.Lads, casually
  57. 57.Opening act, for short?
  58. 58.Literature Nobelist Gordimer
  59. 59.*Influential storytellers, collectively
  60. 60."___ Neighbors" (Elaine Equi poem whose entirety reads, "They don't play loud music. / They don't have a dog. / I think they're both mimes.")
  61. 61.Like words to the one who got away, perhaps
  62. 62.*"You and me both"
  63. 63.When doubled, beanie topper
  64. 64.National merit org.?
  65. 65.Ones pulling the strings
  66. 66.God whose name sounds similar to his missiles
  67. 67.Pulls (in), as fish
  68. 68.Mont. clock setting
  69. 69.HBO show featuring the actress at 1 Across
  70. 70."Affirmative"
  71. 71.Sports grp. whose first president was Patty Berg
  72. 72.Final Four match
  73. 73.Actress Ryan of "I.Q."
  74. 74.Epic with Patroclus and Achilles
  75. 75.Arthur Miller protagonist whose name is aptly found in "megalomania"
  76. 76.Haus wife, maybe
  77. 77."___ outta here!"
  78. 78.Align, with "up"
  79. 79.Venn diagram regions
  80. 80.Spicier alternatives to bourbon
  81. 81.Sail places?
  82. 82.Mads Mikkelsen, e.g.
  83. 83.President Barbie portrayer Rae
  84. 84.Little squeal
  85. 85.Casey whose book "Little Fish" won the Lambda Literary Award for transgender fiction
  86. 86.Retained
  87. 87.Odie or Snoopy
  88. 88.See 89 Down
  89. 89.Beachy state in India
  90. 90.Nash who wrote "Parsley / Is gharsley"
  91. 91.Superfund org.
  92. 92."srsly"
  93. 93.Sardonic
  94. 94.Open-mouthed
  95. 95.Solo
  96. 96.*Eke out an existence?
  97. 97.Spot with wraps on the menu
  98. 98.Yellow gastropod on UC Santa Cruz gear
  99. 99.Closes, as a backpack
  100. 100.Feature of the diabolical ironclad beetle
  101. 101.Representation
  102. 102.Bryce Canyon home
  103. 103.Stat for a bike tire
  104. 104.Copier's LGL alternative
  105. 105."¡Dios ___!"
  106. 106.Drags
  107. 107.Oscar of "Dune"
  108. 108.Ship
  109. 109.On the ___ (often)
  110. 110.Opt for a quiet night
  111. 111.Short-term rental, often
  112. 112.Radar screen images
  113. 113."You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means" speaker Montoya
  114. 114.Fictional 36 Across with a sizable filmography
  115. 115.Small amount
  116. 116.SAG-___ (grp. in a 2023 Hollywood strike)
  117. 117.Specialty for some press conference translators, for short
  118. 118.Doing an imitation of
  119. 119.Shiba ___
  120. 120.Squad
  121. 121.Traveler's collection
  122. 122.Continues no longer
  123. 123.Brilliant pieces
  124. 124.Nobody wins in this situation
  125. 125.TV channel that airs "Master Minds"
  126. 126.Certain striver ... or something found four times in this puzzle?
  127. 127.Esport, typically
  128. 128.Bask like a lizard
  129. 129.Texter's "frankly"
  130. 130.Better equipped
  131. 131.___ Valley (setting of "East of Eden")
  132. 132.Rhyming quartet, e.g.
  133. 133.Actor Rami
  134. 134.Jubilant cry
  135. 135.Flamin' Hot ___ (Ruffles flavor option)
  136. 136.Nail salon staple brand
  137. 137."Border Town" author ___ Congwen
  138. 138.Biblical brother of Jacob
  139. 139.Apt rhyme of "bit"
  140. 140.Cook on high heat
  141. 141.Ascendant, like four words in this puzzle
  142. 142.Absurd
  143. 143.Includes on an email
  144. 144."Sat" follower in the U.K.'s GPS equivalent
  145. 145.Villainous
  146. 146.Cloud City administrator Calrissian
  147. 147.Dynamic prefix
  148. 148.Hammer part
  149. 149.Form of Jewish mysticism
  150. 150."Moxie" director Poehler

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