Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Fraud fighters, briefly
  2. 2.Resource needed to build cities in Catan
  3. 3.Arena seating levels
  4. 4.Frozen' queen
  5. 5.Like Mr. Burns or Scrooge McDuck
  6. 6.Stands
  7. 7.Builder's boot feature
  8. 8.Turnaround time?
  9. 9.Curse
  10. 10.NPR's Shapiro, or NPR's Flatow backward
  11. 11.Formed a coalition
  12. 12.Renwick Gallery fare
  13. 13.Antelope in a savanna
  14. 14.Sprawling plant
  15. 15.Bring up
  16. 16.Lagoon formation
  17. 17.Follow
  18. 18.Project's purview
  19. 19.Adagio relative
  20. 20.Sound in a salon
  21. 21.Borgia who helped inspire Machiavelli's 'The Prince
  22. 22.It may be involved in a high-speed collision
  23. 23.Fancy Camaro model
  24. 24.Present time?
  25. 25.Cmo ___ usted?
  26. 26.Not a single one
  27. 27.Travel time?
  28. 28.Crush carrier
  29. 29.Book seller, of a sort
  30. 30.In ___ of
  31. 31.Small hint
  32. 32.Enhanced, in a way
  33. 33.Play time?
  34. 34.___ reflection ...
  35. 35.Mystery Hunt sch
  36. 36.TikTok uploads
  37. 37.Concise confession
  38. 38.___ scene
  39. 39.Big thing on Capitol Hill
  40. 40.Headly of 'Mr. Holland's Opus
  41. 41.See 14 Across
  42. 42.Patron of surgeons
  43. 43.The Winner Takes It All' band
  44. 44.Moxie
  45. 45.Talk like lovers do
  46. 46.Cod piece?
  47. 47.Women wearing habits
  48. 48.Email address piece
  49. 49.Got cheeky?
  50. 50.Running time?
  51. 51.Benny the Bull, e.g
  52. 52.Over there, to an odist
  53. 53.Shucks!
  54. 54.Manger creature
  55. 55.Take back
  56. 56.Change the locks again
  57. 57.With 19 Across, Nice way of saying 'Thanks a lot
  58. 58.Drive time?
  59. 59.Gaunt
  60. 60.Rodeo critter
  61. 61.Bat who was a lawman and a sportswriter
  62. 62.Looks promising!
  63. 63.Love, to Don Juan
  64. 64.Subcontinent queen
  65. 65.Certain diplomat
  66. 66.Walk in the park
  67. 67.Davis of 'I'm Not Rappaport
  68. 68.Oral Roberts University locale
  69. 69.Fresh
  70. 70.Returns suggestions
  71. 71.Averse to boxers, say
  72. 72.Get lost!
  73. 73.Like the sequence 114, 95, 109, 76, 102, 3
  74. 74.Storied sanctuary
  75. 75.Buy time?
  76. 76.Use keys, in a way
  77. 77.Cut location
  78. 78.Old man, informally
  79. 79.Found
  80. 80.Replace temporarily
  81. 81.Apple field, briefly
  82. 82.Lawyers' employers
  83. 83.Squabble
  84. 84.Bring up?
  85. 85.Food court regular
  86. 86.Rash
  87. 87.Airline carrier?
  88. 88.Sprang
  89. 89.Breakfast item in a bistro
  90. 90.J.D.'s surgeon buddy on 'Scrubs
  91. 91.Final Greek consonant
  92. 92.Prime time?
  93. 93.10, say
  94. 94.Sound blaster
  95. 95.Borden bovine
  96. 96.Ishmael of Daniel Quinn's book 'Ishmael,' e.g
  97. 97.Facial location
  98. 98.Post-pubescent
  99. 99.___ You the One?' (MTV reality show)
  100. 100.Native Nebraskan
  101. 101.To whom Starbuck says, 'I came here to hunt whales, not my commander's vengeance
  102. 102.Creedence Clearwater Revival bassist Cook
  103. 103.___ steak
  104. 104.Blanc of note
  105. 105.High time?
  106. 106.See 32 Down
  107. 107.Pics up on Twitter, say
  108. 108.Young Frankenstein' assistant
  109. 109.Musical opening
  110. 110.The Blues Brothers, e.g
  111. 111.Company that created Wario and Waluigi
  112. 112.___ it up (chortle)
  113. 113.Emulate Niobe
  114. 114.Biblical kingdom
  115. 115.Had a cod piece?
  116. 116.Salon selections
  117. 117.Palm with nuts mentioned in the 'South Pacific' song 'Bloody Mary
  118. 118.That makes sense
  119. 119.Members of a tiny legion
  120. 120.Take time?
  121. 121.Chimney schmutz
  122. 122.With 37 Down, 'Luther' network, familiarly
  123. 123.Earthy pigment
  124. 124.Genre for Death or Megadeth
  125. 125.Rotation star
  126. 126.Beehive State athletes
  127. 127.Run' writer Patchett
  128. 128.Makes mittens
  129. 129.Swanson who played Buffy in the 1992 movie 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  130. 130.Challenging H.S. subj. where students learn about the Krebs cycle
  131. 131.Water carrier
  132. 132.Didn't seek, say
  133. 133.Oscar of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  134. 134.Frittata component
  135. 135.Rocker Cocker
  136. 136.Barbecue offering
  137. 137.Get lost!
  138. 138.Like Vito Corleone's voice
  139. 139.Straw, e.g
  140. 140.Cartographic blowup
  141. 141.Very strong distaste
  142. 142.Dangerous activity with a safe goal?
  143. 143.Ophthalmologist's concern

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