Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Topping on Burger King's Rodeo Burger
  2. 2.That's deep
  3. 3.___ vera water
  4. 4.*"How can you tell them apart?"
  5. 5.When seniors ditch school
  6. 6.Animal kingdom makeup
  7. 7.Unfreezes
  8. 8.Their tops form a forest canopy
  9. 9.Capital of Azerbaijan
  10. 10.*"We don't need to sugarcoat it"
  11. 11.Made amends?
  12. 12.Admitted defeat
  13. 13.Calm and confident
  14. 14.Neither's partner
  15. 15.Idina's "Frozen" role
  16. 16.*"Floor it!"
  17. 17.*"Let me count the ways"
  18. 18."On Chill" rapper
  19. 19.Answer to the joke "How many dull people does it take to change a lightbulb?"
  20. 20.Deals with adversity
  21. 21.Scott Van Pelt's network
  22. 22.Book of nations
  23. 23.Poisson ___ bordelaise (French fish dish)
  24. 24.Hosp. triage areas
  25. 25."The Empire Strikes Back" ice planet that inaptly contains a word meaning "scorching"
  26. 26.___ facto
  27. 27.Went from 0 to 60, say
  28. 28.Shark hunter
  29. 29.Eject, as water from a water gun
  30. 30.Accounting of mistakes
  31. 31.Batman's sidekick
  32. 32."___ boy!"
  33. 33.Statement made during the discovery process?
  34. 34.Super Bowl XLVIII-winning coach Carroll
  35. 35.Notes taken by clerks?
  36. 36.Semi-synthetic fabric
  37. 37.Add to the mix
  38. 38.Round house?
  39. 39."You don't have to worry about me"
  40. 40.Indigenous people who battled against the Iroquois Confederacy
  41. 41.Elects (to)
  42. 42.Like the blood type AB negative
  43. 43.Maids a-milking of a Christmas carol, e.g.
  44. 44.Water park structure
  45. 45.High wedding hairstyle
  46. 46.SI unit of mass, briefly
  47. 47.Tenant's contract
  48. 48.Journey for a band
  49. 49.Speaker of the quote that's found in the middle of the starred answers
  50. 50.*"Lucky you"
  51. 51.Warthog's tooth
  52. 52."___ story, bro"
  53. 53.Wedding deejay, e.g.
  54. 54.Apple user's app that uses windows resembling Post-it notes
  55. 55.*"I want candy!"
  56. 56.Saxophonist on the 1966 album "Ascension"
  57. 57.Flatwork ___ (industrial laundry machine used for pressing linens)
  58. 58.Sashimi fish
  59. 59.Units of work?
  60. 60."Who Wants to Be Me?" co-author Philbin
  61. 61.Low prime in Palermo
  62. 62.Small amount of gel
  63. 63.Makes less complicated
  64. 64.Jennifer who played Rachel on "Friends"
  65. 65."Flights" writer Tokarczuk
  66. 66.Escape slowly, as liquid
  67. 67.Prefix with Marxism
  68. 68.Rottweiler's remark
  69. 69.Conversation pieces?
  70. 70.Contact lens care brand that's a homophone of a word meaning "freshen"
  71. 71.Vocal riffing
  72. 72.Chart numbers, e.g.
  73. 73.Tel. no. addition
  74. 74.Unfreeze
  75. 75.You can't top this
  76. 76.___ und Drang (artistic period named after a play by Friedrich Maximilian von Klinger)
  77. 77.Once, in old times
  78. 78.Artist O'Keeffe
  79. 79.Makes an urgent appeal
  80. 80.Make soaking wet
  81. 81.125 Across's enemy in the Battle of Isengard
  82. 82.Like the villains in "Zombieland"
  83. 83.Scan for an injured Nat, perhaps
  84. 84.Bedazzle
  85. 85.*"I have to ask ..."
  86. 86.Service number
  87. 87.*"Get cracking!"
  88. 88."It's ___ or nothin'!" (toy brand slogan)
  89. 89.Late July zodiac sign
  90. 90.Archipelago unit
  91. 91.Playful puppy's bite
  92. 92.$5 prez
  93. 93."I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" band
  94. 94.Rush order letters
  95. 95."Drums Between the Bells" composer Brian
  96. 96.Wild West battles
  97. 97.Use sound judgment?
  98. 98.One of Tolkien's protectors of the 107 Across
  99. 99.Offering of praise while slamming?
  100. 100.Understand
  101. 101.To some small degree
  102. 102.Ford Explorer Sport ___ (discontinued pickup truck)
  103. 103.Use a bit of fire on
  104. 104.Having a twang
  105. 105.1995 American Theater Hall of Fame inductee Stritch
  106. 106.Type of constrictor seen in "Snakes on a Plane"
  107. 107.Celebrated celebrity
  108. 108.Alma ___
  109. 109.9 Down minus two
  110. 110.Hologram maker's beam
  111. 111.Bed frame piece
  112. 112.Desktop that once used a PowerPC processor
  113. 113.Fever or Dream, e.g.
  114. 114.Sportsbook figures
  115. 115.Morales of "La Bamba"
  116. 116.Dax of "Parenthood"
  117. 117.On the pro side
  118. 118.*"Knock it off!"
  119. 119.Part of a flight leading to the second floor, say
  120. 120."You Be ___" (song on Run-D.M.C.'s album "Raising Hell")
  121. 121.Cows' chorus
  122. 122.*"We're close by"
  123. 123.Underground deposit
  124. 124.Per se
  125. 125.Marking in the middle of the road ... or an alternate title for this puzzle
  126. 126.Violations of divine law
  127. 127.Bitter brews, briefly
  128. 128.Undeserved stain on one's reputation
  129. 129."Good one"
  130. 130.Disconcertingly strange
  131. 131.He performed with Lennon, McCartney and Harrison
  132. 132.Companion who kneads you
  133. 133.Reasons for distress
  134. 134.Therapeutic business
  135. 135.Fantasy world
  136. 136.Missouri River tributary
  137. 137.Price paid for a product
  138. 138.Sending a chill up the spine
  139. 139.Site of Brazil's Rock the Mountain festival
  140. 140.Magic words?
  141. 141.Potential reply to "I am not a crook," if you assume Nixon said it on a playground
  142. 142.Brand of steel wool soap pads
  143. 143.No. 1 pick of the 1993 MLB draft
  144. 144."I know! I know!"

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