Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
3-September-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Reason for a backup
  2. 2.River through Logroño
  3. 3.With 126/127 Across, companions on our life's journey who were more valuable to us than our destination ... and an alternate title for this puzzle
  4. 4.Sets (down)
  5. 5."Lent" or "bent" organ
  6. 6."I'm outta here, man"
  7. 7.Study of conditions affecting the brain
  8. 8.Inventor in Samantha Hunt's novel "The Invention of Everything Else"
  9. 9.Washington pros?
  10. 10.Harold's character in "Ghostbusters"
  11. 11.Pitchers trying to avoid blown saves
  12. 12.Series of hole notes?
  13. 13.Condition often diagnosed during childhood
  14. 14.Genre for Sister Sledge
  15. 15.Nuclear ___ (thrash metal band)
  16. 16.Meadow creature
  17. 17.Samantha Bee's network, once
  18. 18.Supports illicitly
  19. 19.Pony's pace, perhaps
  20. 20.Hastily assembled, as a group
  21. 21.Should
  22. 22.___ Hall (Chicago Bears training facility named for the Bears' founder)
  23. 23.Correct using reproof
  24. 24.Be a chatterbox
  25. 25.Antlered animal
  26. 26.Troop grp. that began admitting girls in 2019
  27. 27.Question asked by someone in a dilemma
  28. 28."Honest!"
  29. 29.Biological barriers
  30. 30.Draft document?
  31. 31.Scholar of Islamic law
  32. 32.Brazilian setting of the Museum of Tomorrow
  33. 33.To-do list items
  34. 34."Smile" actor Penn
  35. 35.Right-angled annex
  36. 36.Eponymous investment banker Samuel who joined his father-in-law Marcus Goldman's firm
  37. 37.Dons
  38. 38.Victim of deception
  39. 39.Blue Ribbon beer
  40. 40.Its first letter could aptly stand for Double (but it doesn't)
  41. 41.Property of a breeze
  42. 42."Watch this space" inits.
  43. 43.Yell
  44. 44.Forget one's lines, e.g.
  45. 45.Disney boatswain
  46. 46.Yearbook eds., often
  47. 47.Lengthen
  48. 48.Univ. address ending
  49. 49.It's a shore thing
  50. 50.Pitch evaluator
  51. 51."The Simpsons" character critiqued in a Hari Kondabolu film
  52. 52.Signal approval silently
  53. 53.Messages saying you've won a foreign lottery, e.g.
  54. 54.Vet visitors
  55. 55.Tupperware covers
  56. 56.Like Kahlo's paintings
  57. 57.Freed of impurities
  58. 58.Grew quickly
  59. 59.Oracle advisee of sci-fi
  60. 60.Agency's promos
  61. 61."___ me guess ..."
  62. 62.Like much unsafe meat
  63. 63.Hook, line and sinker, e.g.
  64. 64.See 122 Across
  65. 65.Like horses raised on one's own ranch
  66. 66.LensCrafters purchase
  67. 67.Seattle hrs. in Dec.
  68. 68.Demonstrate despair
  69. 69.One with clerical duties
  70. 70.Attaches patches, say
  71. 71.Website with instructional articles
  72. 72.Picky ___
  73. 73.Fed. collections grp.
  74. 74.Tool for a cutter
  75. 75."Ceci n'___ pas une pipe"
  76. 76.Googles oneself, say
  77. 77.Acrylic fiber
  78. 78.Three-time Wimbledon winner in the 1980s
  79. 79.Whomp
  80. 80.Tappable phone image
  81. 81.Worker protection grp.
  82. 82.Not as common
  83. 83."Ivory" singer Apollo
  84. 84.King's ___ (fortune)
  85. 85."Lo, How a ___ E'er Blooming" (Christmas carol)
  86. 86.Simmering stews
  87. 87.Garage sight
  88. 88.Hunter who hoots
  89. 89.Word after tax or cut
  90. 90.Herded beasts
  91. 91.Try to remove a stain
  92. 92.Get ___ the swing
  93. 93.Pilfered
  94. 94.Icy sheet
  95. 95.Fujairah's nation: Abbr.
  96. 96.Pté ___ viande (meat pie)
  97. 97.Leader von Bismarck
  98. 98.World Cup champs in 2015 and 2019
  99. 99."As Husbands Go" author Susan
  100. 100.Volleyball's trajectory
  101. 101.Theater specification
  102. 102.Period of interest to a historian
  103. 103."Honey ..."
  104. 104."Bad Habits" singer Ed
  105. 105.Hoofed animals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Ituri Rainforest
  106. 106.Noise before being handed a Kleenex box
  107. 107.Northern Italian dialect
  108. 108.Three-in-one
  109. 109.Kick ___ Throwing (game venue with a punny name)
  110. 110."I'm convinced!"
  111. 111.Practitioner of magick, perhaps
  112. 112.Current obsession
  113. 113."Get ___ my case!"
  114. 114.Snow or soil mover
  115. 115."Forget it"
  116. 116.Corp. shuffle
  117. 117.Unwelcome, in Latin
  118. 118.Where you'll find an anchor
  119. 119.Player-created video game variation, briefly
  120. 120.Title for many a high school French teacher
  121. 121.Harrumph in Hanover
  122. 122.___ Tac (mint brand)
  123. 123.Hexagonal fastener, often
  124. 124.Unconventional
  125. 125.___ of honor (VIPs at some weddings)
  126. 126.Hip-hop collectives
  127. 127.In a spirited manner
  128. 128.Charged molecules
  129. 129.Many a 1950s child
  130. 130.Presidential subj. of "No Ordinary Time" by Doris Kearns Goodwin
  131. 131.Mariners' expanses
  132. 132.Kitchen wrap brand
  133. 133.Remain in effect
  134. 134.Native performers of the Sunrise Dance
  135. 135.Ultimate goal
  136. 136.Teacher's union, briefly
  137. 137.Monotonous pattern
  138. 138."XO Tour Llif3" musician ___ Uzi Vert
  139. 139.Tool for a cutter?
  140. 140.Palindromic distress call
  141. 141.Be inclined (to)
  142. 142.See 122 Across
  143. 143.Paranormal subj. of a ganzfeld experiment
  144. 144."Several months ___ ..."
  145. 145.Account of John Henry or Pecos Bill, e.g.
  146. 146.Tinder user's goals
  147. 147.Rise like a robin
  148. 148.Bringing up, as kids


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