Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Pax ___
  2. 2.Left in haste
  3. 3.Simian Halloween garb
  4. 4.Opera program, say
  5. 5.Novelist André
  6. 6.*Sound of laughter
  7. 7.One who's adorbs
  8. 8.Laughing nonstop, so to speak
  9. 9.Not too much
  10. 10.Formal accessory
  11. 11.Show lamentation
  12. 12.That gent's
  13. 13.Poem describing loss
  14. 14.Phrase about feeling a strong connection to a particular place, and a hint for substituting letters in this puzzle's circled squares
  15. 15."Lux" musician Brian
  16. 16.Declares confidently
  17. 17.Out of bed
  18. 18.Playwright Geraldine, or writer Ephron in reverse
  19. 19.Makes mad
  20. 20.Black ___
  21. 21."___ said it before ..."
  22. 22.Avian murmur
  23. 23.Hairy sitcom character
  24. 24.Exemplar
  25. 25.[I was just punched!]
  26. 26.Arrange beforehand
  27. 27.Coin in Cancún
  28. 28.Ward off
  29. 29.Comedian Margaret
  30. 30.*Certain spiritual practice
  31. 31.They guard skins in a pickup game
  32. 32.___ bono
  33. 33.Knight, e.g
  34. 34.Pacifistic sect
  35. 35.Virtual voice
  36. 36.*Monopoly token
  37. 37.Copier load
  38. 38.Diamond settings?
  39. 39.Like some MLB gems
  40. 40.*Something in the end of a shoe
  41. 41.Cantaloupe relative
  42. 42.Series star, for short
  43. 43.*Result of two people with incompatible values exchanging numbers, perhaps
  44. 44.High point of a house
  45. 45.Like show dogs
  46. 46.Apt rhyme of "meet"
  47. 47.Periodic zoo event
  48. 48.Cain and Abel's brother
  49. 49.*Hoops org
  50. 50.Currently traveling
  51. 51.Behavioral quirk
  52. 52.Halloween shout
  53. 53.Horror legend Craven
  54. 54.Supply, as with capital
  55. 55.Go without
  56. 56.Far from experienced
  57. 57.Ban target?
  58. 58.Express approval (for)
  59. 59.Auto fill
  60. 60.Edmonton athlete
  61. 61.Push forward
  62. 62.Untidy types
  63. 63."My Name Is ___ Lev"
  64. 64.Thunder and Lightning, e.g
  65. 65.Believer in a deity
  66. 66.And others, to Claudius
  67. 67.Obtained another doctor's diagnosis
  68. 68.*Where Marco Polo went
  69. 69.Emmy-winning Delany
  70. 70.Wisecrack
  71. 71.*Take ___
  72. 72.Woman's name that becomes another woman's name if you cut the first and last letters
  73. 73.Is meaningful
  74. 74.Scoreboard abbr. for the Mariners
  75. 75.Bestowed, as a prize
  76. 76.Classic auto
  77. 77.Harsh vocal quality
  78. 78.City near Iowa's border
  79. 79.Immeasurable stretch
  80. 80.Spiced beverage
  81. 81."Doogie Howser, M.D." co-creator Steven
  82. 82.Opposite of basic
  83. 83.Porridge ingredient
  84. 84.Split into parts
  85. 85."Still asleep?" reply
  86. 86.Edit menu option
  87. 87.Many characters on "Jane the Virgin"
  88. 88."1A" broadcaster
  89. 89.Short albums, briefly
  90. 90.Kaplan on '70s TV
  91. 91.Notorious interrupter of the 1974 Oscars
  92. 92.TV show that inspired the idiom "jumping the shark" when a main character literally jumped over a shark
  93. 93.Tribulation
  94. 94.G-7 and G-20 nation
  95. 95.Evidence of payment
  96. 96.Chicago landing site
  97. 97.Masses at Masses
  98. 98.*Letters associated with watching films
  99. 99.Biting, as wit
  100. 100.Dog-walking site, often
  101. 101.1945 conference city
  102. 102.*"No ___" (words of refusal)
  103. 103.*Crew member
  104. 104.Ex-Dodger Hershiser
  105. 105.Magical Weasley
  106. 106.Monarch's period
  107. 107.Drained
  108. 108.Spell check?
  109. 109.Play areas?
  110. 110.Red ___ (tree)
  111. 111.Vatican City sculpture
  112. 112.Cuthbert of cinema
  113. 113.Author Zora ___ Hurston
  114. 114.Francis's jurisdiction
  115. 115."Starpeace" singer Yoko
  116. 116.*Angler's acquisition
  117. 117.Maximally inflexible
  118. 118.Pen not used for writing
  119. 119.Naval garb
  120. 120.Traveler's info, briefly
  121. 121.Ports' places
  122. 122.Frasier's sitcom ex
  123. 123.Noted twins' surname
  124. 124.More blue
  125. 125.Rank below marquess
  126. 126."True"
  127. 127.One of Hera's sons
  128. 128."Save it!"
  129. 129.Poison Ivy of the Batman universe, e.g
  130. 130.Guiding doctrines
  131. 131.Cup-___ (attendant)
  132. 132.Joust chargers
  133. 133.Affectionate way of saying goodbye
  134. 134.Like Mozart on Jan. 27, 1756
  135. 135.*Strike
  136. 136.Put in some chips, say
  137. 137.Provide an address
  138. 138.*It's built for computers
  139. 139.Ones who are "out"
  140. 140.Steers clear of
  141. 141.Jemison once in space
  142. 142.Delayed for now
  143. 143.Ceiling supports
  144. 144.Like lite cuisine
  145. 145.It may be taken in victory formation or in protest
  146. 146.Volcanologist's subject
  147. 147.Sought buried gold, say
  148. 148.*Necessity for a stage actor, often


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