Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
24-March-2024 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Raised, as a kid
  2. 2.One leading the way
  3. 3."There's no way to do it!"
  4. 4.Built to last
  5. 5.The 4 of a 2-for-4 line in baseball, say
  6. 6.Ignited
  7. 7.Substance obtained from poppy plants
  8. 8.*Cold songbird's comfortable feeling in a shop?
  9. 9.Muddies up
  10. 10.Cold, as a gaze
  11. 11.Scale, as a cliff face
  12. 12."___ Fandango" (computer game set in the Land of the Dead)
  13. 13.Luau tuna
  14. 14.Beseech
  15. 15.Chatter in a foolish way
  16. 16.Strands on one's head
  17. 17.*Confused utterance from a quartet of equine pack animals?
  18. 18."Purple" stuff in books
  19. 19.Rested for a bit
  20. 20.Elicit a blessing
  21. 21."Wishing You Were ___" (Chicago song)
  22. 22."Forever ___" (musical revue whose singers wear tartan-patterned jackets)
  23. 23.Recover from injury
  24. 24.Expensive steak entree
  25. 25.Rock back and forth
  26. 26.*Non-glossy finish inspired by former CIA officer Valerie?
  27. 27.Phaser setting on "Star Trek"
  28. 28.Alternate ___ (GPS suggestion)
  29. 29.Borscht vegetable
  30. 30.Where keepsakes may be kept
  31. 31.Imp's impudence
  32. 32.One whose parents might need the baby products heard in the starred answers (he'll learn how to spell them when he's a bit older)
  33. 33."Jolene" singer Parton
  34. 34.Oft-criticized buildings
  35. 35.Magic word?
  36. 36.Geographic references
  37. 37.Look for groundwater with a divining rod
  38. 38.Homes for pet fish
  39. 39.Mattress coverings
  40. 40.Point of view
  41. 41.Alder age lines, say
  42. 42."Cheers" actor Ted
  43. 43.Like uncooked steak
  44. 44.Feeds (on)
  45. 45.Abound
  46. 46.Cable channel airing NBA games
  47. 47.Prepares, as pekoe
  48. 48.The ___ Boys (WWE tag team with a mean-sounding name)
  49. 49.Like finalized contracts
  50. 50."Queen & Slim" screenwriter Waithe
  51. 51.Very pale
  52. 52.Serengeti antelope
  53. 53.Catnap spots
  54. 54.Source of base notes
  55. 55.Conserves, as money
  56. 56.One voting for members of the Riksdag
  57. 57.*"Harrumph to highway fees!"?
  58. 58.Horse's moderate pace
  59. 59.Three-dimensional
  60. 60.Electric toothbrush brand
  61. 61.Tick off big-time
  62. 62.Lumberjacks' items
  63. 63.Explode volcanically
  64. 64.Perfume emanation
  65. 65.Floor plan measure
  66. 66.Force back
  67. 67.___ Duck (insurance company's mascot)
  68. 68.Join a dance, say
  69. 69.Muscles worked by bicycle crunches
  70. 70.*News headline about how smallmouth and largemouth fish have been caught?
  71. 71.*Gained a pair of letters from puzzles?
  72. 72.Transfix
  73. 73.People from around these parts
  74. 74.___ in, ___ out
  75. 75.Jimi Hendrix sported one
  76. 76.Fuel-extracting platforms
  77. 77.Smart-alecky
  78. 78.Mandolin relative
  79. 79.28 Across address part
  80. 80.Sweetener on some glazed hams
  81. 81.Temptation to scratch a mosquito bite, e.g.
  82. 82.Dorothy's basket and ruby slippers, e.g.
  83. 83.Moving a lot
  84. 84.FIFA official
  85. 85.Considered
  86. 86.Personal obligation
  87. 87.First reindeer mentioned in "A Visit From St. Nicholas"
  88. 88.Beat generation?
  89. 89.Musical sound
  90. 90.When there's 12 hours left until the new year, on New Year's Eve
  91. 91.Return specialists?
  92. 92."Obsessive Genius: The Inner World of Marie ___" (book by Barbara Goldsmith)
  93. 93."Catch those crooks!"
  94. 94.Thieves' hideaway
  95. 95.Mammal that eats while floating on its back
  96. 96.Group of families
  97. 97.Thing cued in the game Hues and Cues
  98. 98.Blocked, as one's view
  99. 99.Mobile games, e.g.
  100. 100.___ restaurant (eatery evoking a specific decade or concept)
  101. 101."___ to Autocorrect" (Martha Silano poem)
  102. 102.Jay with a cameo in the film "Contact"
  103. 103.Gathering of bubbles
  104. 104.Mamba's warning
  105. 105.Frozen tundra region
  106. 106.Sch. with student journalists producing the online news publication Borderzine
  107. 107.Jelly ___ (piece of candy)
  108. 108.Performs, as spells
  109. 109."Of course!"
  110. 110.With 81 Across, drama featuring the advertising firm Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce
  111. 111.Acquire through effort
  112. 112.Couscous or rice, e.g.
  113. 113.See 31 Down
  114. 114.Blunted, as a blade
  115. 115."The Marvels" director DaCosta
  116. 116.Uncouth fellow
  117. 117.Sailor's distress call
  118. 118.Hundredth of a dollar
  119. 119.Wistful exhalations
  120. 120."Frozen" character with a palindromic name
  121. 121.Shuts forcefully
  122. 122.Went by jet
  123. 123.*Make derisive sounds suggesting sentiments like "These Lipton and Twinings beverages are terrible!"?
  124. 124.*Drive by some blaze?
  125. 125.Biological sacs
  126. 126.Take action on the fly?
  127. 127.Clip-on at a con
  128. 128.Pre-deal stake
  129. 129.Causes to make a mistake
  130. 130.Quite silly
  131. 131.Diminishes
  132. 132.Unit of digital info
  133. 133.Country on the South China Sea
  134. 134.Distinctive glows
  135. 135.Largest of seven
  136. 136.*Indications that a cat is happy that its fur changed from gray to green, say?
  137. 137.Revealing poker action
  138. 138.Vexes
  139. 139.Tech product's base
  140. 140.Surveys of the electorate
  141. 141."___ my last email ..."
  142. 142.Cornhole skill
  143. 143.Stir to action
  144. 144.The rest of us?


About Washington Post Sunday Crosswords

The Washington Post is one of the most popular newspapers of The United States and is widely circulated in Washington. There are separated state wise editions too. The crosswords published in The Washington Post are a very big attraction to its numerous daily readers. They ensure that there is something for everyone by dishing out various types of crosswords like Daily, Classic Monthly meta and the Special Sunday Crossword.

Washington Post Sunday Crossword Contests

The contests that are hosted by the Washington Post are Muller Monthly Music Meta crossword puzzle which is a special crossword that is released once a month and it can help you earn lot of bonus points.

The Washington Post crosswords are one of the most popular ones in the United States and so there are many instances where the players get stuck and may need the answers to clues and puzzles. The Washington Post has a dedicated website by the name of Washington Post Crossword answers where you can find all the clues and answers of the crosswords published in the Washington Post till date. They have a search option in case you are looking for the clue to an older puzzle.

The answers to the puzzles published in the newspaper are released on the next day. However if you cannot wait that long, then we suggest you to play the interactive crossword online.

The Washington Post offers a 30 day free pass on all its home delivery subscriptions. By availing this pass, the user can gain unlimited access to all digital content including crosswords. They Daily and Sunday crosswords can be played online very easily. The only prerequisite for this is that your browser should support Java or is Java enabled.

The Sunday puzzle is available in a printable format and you play it the classic pen and paper way or you can go digital and play the crossword online. The menu bar gives you a variety of options to customize your entire crossword experience. You can choose to reveal the answers in case you are stuck somewhere. It offers a variety of high quality content along with ease of play.

The crosswords published have a topic or theme and the entire puzzle is based on it. Example “alphabet soup” is the name of the latest crossword puzzle by Evan Birnholz where the play of words is so well presented. Once you solve a clue, you are forced to dive into the crossword looking for more. Solving crossword puzzles regularly gives you an edge in your vocabulary and also exercises the brain on a daily basis.

The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Author: The Sunday crosswords are written by a very popular writer Evan Birnholz. He is a resident of Philadelphia and has a rich archive of all his previously written crosswords on his website, Devil Cross.

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