Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Sun Dance practitioners
  2. 2.Birth city of the musician Falco
  3. 3.Key signature with no sharps or flats
  4. 4.Puerto ___
  5. 5.I couldnt ___ more
  6. 6.Forces out of bed
  7. 7.Way out yonder
  8. 8.Crows comment
  9. 9.Steakhouse entree
  10. 10.Bassist Sutcliffe
  11. 11.Intense desire
  12. 12.Proficient
  13. 13.Guitar Hero, e.g
  14. 14.Flightless avian
  15. 15.UFO shipmate
  16. 16.Continentally named prog rock band
  17. 17.NBA analyst Brown
  18. 18.Album producers
  19. 19.Inedible beef?
  20. 20.Stars ride
  21. 21.Power ballad venues
  22. 22.Booped body parts
  23. 23.Fall ___ grace
  24. 24.Took place
  25. 25.Computer opening
  26. 26.Minimal quantity
  27. 27.AC/DC rocker Angus Young, e.g
  28. 28.In-group vocabulary
  29. 29.Smash hits position, reached by each of this puzzles circled hits
  30. 30.Per ___ (yearly)
  31. 31.American Idol winner ___ Allen
  32. 32.Explosive handled by a big primate? (Bruno Mars + Taio Cruz = Kenny Rogers)
  33. 33.Title in colonial India
  34. 34.Classify
  35. 35.Member of a chorale
  36. 36.Sit-up targets
  37. 37.1 a.m. fridge visit, say
  38. 38.Houston center, once
  39. 39.Patriotic spirit before its been released? (Wham! + Christina Aguilera = Usher)
  40. 40.Distort, as light rays
  41. 41.Things burned in studios
  42. 42.Cheeky and irreverent
  43. 43.Many CT scan checkers
  44. 44.[Yes, keep petting me, human]
  45. 45.Singer Adam or Miranda
  46. 46.___ Eyez on Me (film about Tupac Shakur)
  47. 47.Highest volume setting on a Spinal Tap amp
  48. 48.Dipped piece of food
  49. 49.Tarzan companion
  50. 50.Char the surface of
  51. 51.Madres boy
  52. 52.Opera ___ (Nebraska musical company)
  53. 53.Word sung in a hymn
  54. 54.Desktop PC brand
  55. 55.Rub, as with a cloth
  56. 56.This is my last card!
  57. 57.Greenland people
  58. 58.Detach, as a brooch
  59. 59.Taj Mahal locale
  60. 60.Cartoonist Addams
  61. 61.Literal-minded Bedelia
  62. 62.Not threatening
  63. 63.Whitney Houstons sign
  64. 64.Deadly spider thats totally obscure? (Iggy Azalea + The Tony Rich Project = Jay Sean)
  65. 65.Result of cutting costs?
  66. 66.Thanks, I hate it
  67. 67.Genre of the film Gilda
  68. 68.Sung out loud, say
  69. 69.Brandon Blackstock, to Reba McEntire
  70. 70.Laborer of yore
  71. 71.Neither here ___ there
  72. 72.Cruise ship floor
  73. 73.R&B singer Táta ___
  74. 74.Look ...
  75. 75.Friendly greeting to a group of feral equines? (Adele + The Rolling Stones = Flo Rida)
  76. 76.Went off, so to speak
  77. 77.Stuff in pirates chests
  78. 78.Beef chow ___
  79. 79.It may be filed at a spa
  80. 80.Program like Spotify running in Safari, e.g
  81. 81.I Am Not Your Negro director Peck
  82. 82.Footnote abbr
  83. 83.Uranium ___
  84. 84.Crooner Johnny
  85. 85.Neighbor of Zambia
  86. 86.Stayed in place
  87. 87.Bands playlists
  88. 88.Inspired by
  89. 89.Procure
  90. 90.Ditto
  91. 91.Fight (for)
  92. 92.Toot your own horn
  93. 93.Conclusion
  94. 94.My, in Montreal
  95. 95.Admirable soul
  96. 96.Incisive comeback
  97. 97.Solo
  98. 98.Plains folk
  99. 99.Bonanza star Greene
  100. 100.Extremely hot
  101. 101.Took part in a debate
  102. 102.Comforter stuffing
  103. 103.Metered transports
  104. 104.Huge quantity
  105. 105.Slight, as for a Grammy nomination
  106. 106.30 Seconds to Mars rocker Jared
  107. 107.Pays for a pair, say
  108. 108.Duke extension letters
  109. 109.Title akin to prince
  110. 110.Civil rights activist Kaepernick
  111. 111.Med. inserts
  112. 112.Sister Sophia in The Sound of Music, e.g
  113. 113.___ Me Another (NPR trivia program)
  114. 114.Holler heard in a Texas border city? (Marty Robbins + Tears for Fears = Rihanna)
  115. 115.Discourage
  116. 116.They have altered DNA
  117. 117.Chart with Top 40 hits, including all songs in this puzzles theme
  118. 118.Make a desperate pitch
  119. 119.Pastime with pigeons
  120. 120.Your plea to everyone in paradise that they employ your services? (Bryan Adams + Bill Withers = Bananarama)
  121. 121.Rule for building on others ideas in improv
  122. 122.This is perfect!
  123. 123.Hangouts with TVs
  124. 124.Devotees
  125. 125.Tart, purple fruit
  126. 126.Cause to be treasured
  127. 127.Love of Italian opera?
  128. 128.Nothing, en español
  129. 129.Whooping ___ (bird)
  130. 130.Deliver, at Wimbledon
  131. 131.Reviewed, as records
  132. 132.This concert is awful!
  133. 133.Gratify, as with a feast
  134. 134.Surf Ballrooms state
  135. 135.Capture
  136. 136.Leaves suddenly
  137. 137.Not as much
  138. 138.When Roxies trial occurs in Chicago
  139. 139.Cut off gradually
  140. 140.Refinery material
  141. 141.Rodeo composer Copland
  142. 142.Genetic biopolymer

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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