Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Hypothetically speaking
  2. 2.One who's easily fooled
  3. 3.Kill it onstage
  4. 4.Clerk's workplace
  5. 5.Neighbors of G's on a piano
  6. 6."Is it okay?"
  7. 7.Where a naked terminator says "I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle" in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day"
  8. 8.Early morning hr. when a baby may wake up
  9. 9."Roth" savings plan
  10. 10.Latin word for "eggs"
  11. 11.Those interviewed on the red carpet
  12. 12.Tidying expert Kondo
  13. 13.Reached a total, in a way
  14. 14.Techno event
  15. 15.Tarot deck handler
  16. 16."Don't ___ the moment!"
  17. 17.Green seed, often
  18. 18.One reviewing a Lab's lab results
  19. 19.*Car whose model name is derived from the German for "trade winds"
  20. 20.___ Potato Museum (Blackfoot attraction)
  21. 21.Standard stuff that's considered valuable?
  22. 22.Lower part of a roof
  23. 23.Creator of the Yooks and the Zooks
  24. 24.Campers' sandwiches
  25. 25.Promotional previews
  26. 26.Decked out (in)
  27. 27.Flee like a squirrel
  28. 28.Instagram's parent company
  29. 29.One who "lives in stone and still nurses the sorrows sent upon her by the hand of heaven," per "The Iliad"
  30. 30.Creatures that may be mistaken for alpacas
  31. 31.Steve with the album "Exit 0"
  32. 32.Poetic Edda god
  33. 33.Ring with treads
  34. 34.Japanese currency
  35. 35.Worked the soil
  36. 36.Samaritan's "good" thing
  37. 37.*"What Doctors Feel: How Emotions Affect the Practice of Medicine" author
  38. 38.Christmas carols
  39. 39.Adversary
  40. 40.Feudal system worker
  41. 41.Period for taking exams ... or a hint to the pattern shown in the last three or four letters of the asterisked answers
  42. 42."Mass" or "sex" follower
  43. 43.Genre for Prince Buster
  44. 44.Palindromic cry for help
  45. 45.Citation ___ (Wikipedia notation for unsourced info)
  46. 46.Shortcut for a vessel
  47. 47.Doing nothing
  48. 48.Literary magazine piece
  49. 49.Glided like Jets?
  50. 50."I felt that way too"
  51. 51.*Like a draft in a house, maybe?
  52. 52.Polish off, as a Polish sausage
  53. 53.Coating for some cast-iron skillets
  54. 54.Mended, as clothes
  55. 55."The Fall of Rome" poet
  56. 56.Fully developed, as in a grove
  57. 57.Tribute band's tune
  58. 58."Snow Like Ashes" author Raasch
  59. 59."Hey, sorry that I'm not a great golfer, but watch out for that ball I just hit!"
  60. 60.Slithery swimmers that burrow into soft beds
  61. 61.Energize, as a crowd
  62. 62.Saldaña who played Neytiri in "Avatar" films
  63. 63.Founder of the Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute in the 1960s
  64. 64.El Paso-to-Waco direction
  65. 65."Losing My Religion" band
  66. 66.Verbal back-and-forth
  67. 67.Site of India's Sanjay Place
  68. 68.Measurement devices
  69. 69.It shows you the correct answers
  70. 70.Pursuit of an action film
  71. 71.Rock fan?
  72. 72.Antlered beast
  73. 73.Chow chow, e.g.
  74. 74.Narrow insertion point
  75. 75.Reply to a good insult
  76. 76.Experienced hand
  77. 77.Water polo target
  78. 78.Perforated sheet for hanging tools
  79. 79.Hip-hop's Run-DMC, e.g.
  80. 80.Q8 e-tron automaker
  81. 81.Assessed numerically
  82. 82.Thinking of a sci-fi book?
  83. 83."Omigosh!"
  84. 84.Possibilities
  85. 85.Intense anger
  86. 86.Tinseled tree, maybe
  87. 87.Fells with an ax
  88. 88.Quite aggravated
  89. 89.*Norwegian author who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1920
  90. 90."___ Miz"
  91. 91.Swan's long body part
  92. 92.*Some classical sculptures
  93. 93.FOMO, YOLO, etc.
  94. 94.Animals that are a homophone of "use"
  95. 95.Manipulate, as clay
  96. 96.Genetic feature
  97. 97.Spend time in the tub
  98. 98.Happen again
  99. 99.Drag queen Dubois
  100. 100.Moves like frogs
  101. 101.Maritime force of 1588
  102. 102.It goes to a stop
  103. 103.___ Scout Cookies
  104. 104.Chef's strainers
  105. 105.All the ___ (popular)
  106. 106.Offer a reward, say
  107. 107.Recently
  108. 108.Not much at all
  109. 109.Is indebted to
  110. 110.Growl with bared teeth
  111. 111.___ Dhabi
  112. 112.Like mysterious rituals
  113. 113.Those frequently ending on low notes?
  114. 114.*Rare creatures of video games and trading cards
  115. 115.___ Jaguar (1990s game console)
  116. 116.Cravenly submissive
  117. 117.Kilt pattern
  118. 118.*He threw the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"
  119. 119."The Sphinx" author
  120. 120.Easy as ABC
  121. 121.Over ___ over
  122. 122.Barber of a libretto
  123. 123.Flows back
  124. 124.Line-___ veto
  125. 125.Enlightened, with "in"
  126. 126.Country bordering three oceans
  127. 127.Winners of races
  128. 128.NBC talk show host Meyers
  129. 129.Layup's point total
  130. 130.Composer Bartók
  131. 131.Equitable arrangement
  132. 132.Thin strips of wood
  133. 133."Fine" interests
  134. 134.Scottish cattle variety
  135. 135.Central airport
  136. 136.Feelings that people don't want to be dashed
  137. 137.Tries to facilitate belching, as a baby
  138. 138.Hamburger holder
  139. 139."___ anybody's game!"
  140. 140.Pub. based in Chicago
  141. 141.Basinlike bathroom fixture
  142. 142.Feature of rotting food
  143. 143.Tesla rival
  144. 144."Miss Saigon" actress Noblezada

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