Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Antlered creature on a Canadian road sign
  2. 2.2020 Isabel Wilkerson book that inspired Ava DuVernay's 2023 film "Origin"
  3. 3.Back ___ (massage)
  4. 4.Karate instructor's mat
  5. 5.Fossil resin in jewelry
  6. 6.Source of a "blast"
  7. 7.Leonardo's "___ Lisa"
  8. 8."Gotta go!"
  9. 9.Outward appearances
  10. 10.Single deadlift, e.g.
  11. 11.Approximation words
  12. 12."My Dearest Darling" singer James
  13. 13.Iced refreshment, maybe
  14. 14.Line by an outlet
  15. 15.Mesozoic Era creatures, briefly
  16. 16."I wear a mask. And that mask, it's not to hide who I am, but to create what I am" speaker of comic books
  17. 17.Brewery beverage
  18. 18.Go on the ___ (make an escape)
  19. 19.Mosey along
  20. 20.Barker with flippers
  21. 21.Pantry moth, e.g.
  22. 22.Owlets' homes
  23. 23.Pharmacological research subject
  24. 24.Vital artery
  25. 25.Wavers
  26. 26.Third-wave ___ (2000s genre)
  27. 27.Like a director's hot takes?
  28. 28.Fellow feeding Fluffy Friskies
  29. 29.Aberdonian's refusal
  30. 30.Informal getaway
  31. 31.Paid out, or played out
  32. 32.Logical assumption
  33. 33.Like childish jokes
  34. 34.Social safety ___
  35. 35.The stuff of flakes
  36. 36.The P of GPA
  37. 37.In a ___ (stuck)
  38. 38."Bonnie" one of songs
  39. 39.Excuse heard at trial
  40. 40.Sappiness
  41. 41.Canvas holder
  42. 42.Floor model
  43. 43.Single-helix molecule
  44. 44.Output from the Times, say
  45. 45.Unruffle, as feathers
  46. 46.Restaurants ___ me (smartphone search)
  47. 47.Equipped, as with facts
  48. 48.Geographical regions
  49. 49.Sheltered, as from rain
  50. 50.Supper setting
  51. 51.Diagram of web pages
  52. 52.Many a karaoke singer
  53. 53.Qatari ruler
  54. 54.Grilled cheese sandwich (that, importantly, also has beef)
  55. 55.Magma, after emerging
  56. 56.One of six for a finalist in the Olympic shot put
  57. 57.On the liner
  58. 58.Not as easily found
  59. 59.Made to order?
  60. 60.Photo-finish?
  61. 61.Archery circle
  62. 62.Overpower with sound
  63. 63.Burning structures
  64. 64."First thing you do is ..."
  65. 65."Hedwig and the ___ Inch"
  66. 66."I can't take it any longer!"
  67. 67.Portion out
  68. 68.Short-tailed weasel
  69. 69.Pitch-black
  70. 70.Steakhouse stock
  71. 71.Mature, as wine
  72. 72.Embellishes
  73. 73.Seven-card stud player, e.g., who's holding this puzzle's cards (their best hand is spelled out in the circled squares)
  74. 74.How fans cheer at a stadium
  75. 75.Instagram video clip
  76. 76."Just arrived!"
  77. 77.Sound from a baby
  78. 78."When should we expect you?"
  79. 79.Sound units?
  80. 80.___ Mountains (Manaraga's range)
  81. 81."This Is the Life" singer Macdonald
  82. 82.Retail value
  83. 83.Slightly
  84. 84.Opposite of casual
  85. 85.What a solid becomes in sublimation
  86. 86.Kick-___ (film superhero)
  87. 87.Enlarge, as a house
  88. 88.Baby's shirt protectors
  89. 89.Make jubilant
  90. 90."Gotta go!"
  91. 91.Feel it after leg day, say
  92. 92.Tenor's choral colleague
  93. 93.Cry heard 32 times in a row in the episode "So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show"
  94. 94.Stock western character who may ride off into the sunset by himself
  95. 95."Reality Bites" director Stiller
  96. 96.Enormously
  97. 97.Ways and means
  98. 98."Great" primates
  99. 99.Nitwits
  100. 100.Places where people hold hands
  101. 101.Small amounts of glue
  102. 102.Documents checked by TSA agents
  103. 103.Finished, as a dish
  104. 104.Tenor's choral colleague
  105. 105.National Mall trees
  106. 106.Offering from a "shark"
  107. 107.Getting out of a seat?
  108. 108."The Murders in the Rue ___" (Poe story)
  109. 109."A brilliant personification of the very essence of fanaticism," per the book "Melville: His World and Work"
  110. 110.Nervous mannerism
  111. 111."All jokes ___ ..."
  112. 112.Nobles above viscounts
  113. 113."Ah"
  114. 114.Sequences needed to access smartphones
  115. 115.Reply to a commanding officer, at times
  116. 116.Title holder?
  117. 117.Send payment
  118. 118.Some like it hot
  119. 119.Came up
  120. 120.Lab procedures
  121. 121.Hawks in a store
  122. 122.Payment to an employee
  123. 123.Oft-quoted catcher Yogi
  124. 124.Mower manufacturer
  125. 125."Did you start the meeting without me?"
  126. 126.SoCal winners of Super Bowl LVI
  127. 127.Venues for WNBA games
  128. 128.Class below the majors


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