Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Sauna venues
  2. 2."In case you missed it ..."
  3. 3.Target of opposition in decolonization efforts
  4. 4.Split ___ soup
  5. 5.Shallowest Great Lake
  6. 6.Forte carmaker
  7. 7.Impose, as a fine
  8. 8.Surg. locales
  9. 9.Josh who played the supervillain who collected the 117 Across (this supervillain is spelled out in the puzzle's circled squares)
  10. 10.Cathedral area
  11. 11.Number that follows and rhymes with zwei
  12. 12.Polar region, for a polar bear
  13. 13.___ and hearty (in good health)
  14. 14."Beverly Hills, 90210" co-star Perry
  15. 15.Be flirtatious with
  16. 16.Bricklayer's implement
  17. 17.Pine tree relative
  18. 18."If you ask me," online
  19. 19."It's Gonna Be Me" pop group
  20. 20.Days of old
  21. 21."Trial & Error" actress Shepherd
  22. 22.Pirate ship post
  23. 23.Spanish word for "hand"
  24. 24.Heed
  25. 25.Euchre declaration that makes aces the highest cards
  26. 26.Gin's partner
  27. 27.Feeling sick
  28. 28.___ Speedwagon
  29. 29.Musical McCartney
  30. 30.Piranha's propeller
  31. 31.With 131 Across, dish that may be prepared with Shaoxing wine
  32. 32.Origin of Rajasthani music
  33. 33.1947 film that topped Christina Newland's "50 Best Boxing Movies" list in Paste magazine
  34. 34.Dessert wine
  35. 35."Will do!"
  36. 36."Top Gun" garb
  37. 37.Cain and Abel, to Eve
  38. 38.1994 romantic dramedy starring Winona Ryder as an aspiring documentary filmmaker
  39. 39.Canine-brushing brand
  40. 40."A Court of Thorns and Roses" author ___ J. Maas
  41. 41."Get ___ here!"
  42. 42.2012 romantic comedy about teenagers in love
  43. 43.Evidence of admission
  44. 44.Ceramic flooring pro
  45. 45.Having the talent
  46. 46.Theological violation
  47. 47.Hoskins's role in "Hook"
  48. 48.One with log-in info
  49. 49.Band hunting bandits
  50. 50."I spoke ___ soon"
  51. 51."Imagine, for the sake of argument ..."
  52. 52.Soup-serving dishes
  53. 53.Roxane Gay's book "Hunger," e.g.
  54. 54.Instrument plucked in ancient Greece
  55. 55.Certifies
  56. 56.Piece of cookware at a French brunch
  57. 57.Without hiding your thoughts and feelings
  58. 58."Come on!"
  59. 59.2000 adventure film in which "Fly Me to the Moon" plays during the end credits
  60. 60."I might know more than you think I do"
  61. 61.One not loved by fans
  62. 62.Snitch (on)
  63. 63.Brand of pizza sauce
  64. 64.Berg stuff
  65. 65.D.C. chamber
  66. 66.Exaltation in verse
  67. 67.Shawshank, in "The Shawshank Redemption"
  68. 68.French water
  69. 69.Like questions asked of a Magic 8 Ball (although it gives 20 different responses)
  70. 70.Turkey ___ (Thanksgiving fun run)
  71. 71.Brussels-based alliance
  72. 72.70 Across shade
  73. 73.Act of retaliation
  74. 74.Dealership offering
  75. 75."Apocalypse Now" locale, briefly
  76. 76.Wilderness home
  77. 77.Ginormous amounts
  78. 78.Lord's address
  79. 79.Atlético Madrid fans' chant
  80. 80.Jump at the rink
  81. 81.Kuwaiti leader
  82. 82.Magna cum ___
  83. 83.Contents of a lode bearing element No. 50
  84. 84.Letter before upsilon
  85. 85.Colorful artifacts of Avengers films, represented by the puzzle's shaded words
  86. 86.Roll that may be sticky
  87. 87.Mets' former home
  88. 88.Record in a hospital
  89. 89.Social outcast
  90. 90.Accustom to hardship
  91. 91."Oh, yeah?"
  92. 92.___ papa
  93. 93.Comfort ___ (Choice Hotels option)
  94. 94.Political thumbs-down
  95. 95.Words of understanding
  96. 96."Bearded" flower
  97. 97.Field of pseudoscience?
  98. 98.Chasing game
  99. 99.Snitch (on)
  100. 100.Breakfast chain
  101. 101.Beehive State people
  102. 102."Eureka!" moments
  103. 103.One throwing a fit
  104. 104.Award for Serena Williams or Simone Biles
  105. 105.Tennis player Shriver
  106. 106.Complete collections
  107. 107.Hopping mad
  108. 108.Makes less lumpy, as flour
  109. 109.Beryllium's atomic number
  110. 110.___ Pretenders (Norwegian baseball team)
  111. 111.___ Talks
  112. 112.Surface-to-air weapons, perhaps
  113. 113.Voting district
  114. 114.R&B singer King
  115. 115.Competitor dealing with stress?
  116. 116.Female in a flock
  117. 117.Nail-filing abrasive
  118. 118.Pursuer of tax evaders
  119. 119.A few paragraphs about yourself, say
  120. 120.Hirshhorn Museum display
  121. 121.Card above a deuce
  122. 122.Shapiro on public radio
  123. 123.See 6 Across
  124. 124.Email program folder
  125. 125.Subject of interest?
  126. 126."Please ignore my earlier comments"
  127. 127.Bouches-du-Rhône city
  128. 128.Buys more supplies of
  129. 129.We can discuss it
  130. 130.Party mixers
  131. 131."Umbrella" singer's reduplicative nickname
  132. 132.Performs "The Lonely Goatherd," say
  133. 133.Unfinished room, maybe
  134. 134.2014 Television Hall of Fame inductee Jay
  135. 135.When children play
  136. 136."Waiting for Guffman" actress Parker
  137. 137.Lamentation emotion
  138. 138."Catch you later!"
  139. 139.Math class statement
  140. 140.2001 Oscar-winning film about the mathematician John Nash
  141. 141.2017 superhero film featuring Zords (battle vehicles modeled on prehistoric creatures)
  142. 142.Work with big numbers?
  143. 143.CD-___
  144. 144.Wilderness home

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