Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
5-November-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Fizzy mixers
  2. 2."Good going, matador!"
  3. 3.Marsh
  4. 4.Part of a British wheel
  5. 5.2007 No. 1 Alicia Keys album
  6. 6.Splash gently against
  7. 7.Harvest
  8. 8.Lousy little thing!
  9. 9.Piano fixer
  10. 10.Barbecue side
  11. 11."On it, captain!"
  12. 12.Aficionado
  13. 13."The Freshmaker" candy
  14. 14."The other team won"
  15. 15."Call Me" or "Call Me Maybe"
  16. 16.___ kebab
  17. 17.Cryptographer Alan
  18. 18.Cab Calloway's catchphrase
  19. 19."You've cat to be kitten me" and others
  20. 20.Random guess
  21. 21.Position papers?
  22. 22.Hot hunk of man
  23. 23.Bread with saag paneer
  24. 24."How could you?!"
  25. 25.Samosa vegetable
  26. 26.Rookie
  27. 27.Hyphen relative
  28. 28."Will pay later" letters
  29. 29.Cheap counterfeit
  30. 30.Twists in a forensic drama?
  31. 31.Reddit rabble-rouser
  32. 32.Man who changed 10 letters in this puzzle by touching them (the original letters describe his daughter, to his dismay)
  33. 33.Besotted
  34. 34.Queen Esther, appearance-wise, e.g.?
  35. 35.Half-man/half-horse leading a church service?
  36. 36.Seer
  37. 37.___ Lewis (chef who co-wrote "The Gift of Southern Cooking")
  38. 38.Charlottesville sch. where Rita Dove teaches
  39. 39.King James, to fans
  40. 40.Simplicity
  41. 41.Financial plan initials
  42. 42.Taunting query, online
  43. 43.Regard
  44. 44.Guys guarding entries
  45. 45.["That's a shame"]
  46. 46.Ones flipping burgers
  47. 47.Spicy spreads
  48. 48.Roman "god"
  49. 49.Words at the altar
  50. 50.Thinker Kierkegaard
  51. 51.Video game characters for whom "I'm hungry" is "Oh feebee lay"
  52. 52.Water for elefantes?
  53. 53.Perfume that smells like former NFL QB Jim?
  54. 54.Excerpt from a legal document subsection?
  55. 55.Corn discard
  56. 56.She may answer the question "Do you have any pets?" by replying "I have an angry bird."
  57. 57.Z-lister
  58. 58.Finalize, as a date
  59. 59.One of two in Cincinnati?
  60. 60.One descriptor for the Little Teapot
  61. 61."Women Talking" actress Rooney
  62. 62.Polo, player on TV?
  63. 63.Places with much growth potential?
  64. 64.Harsh cries
  65. 65.Convents
  66. 66.Beavers' constructions
  67. 67.Trumpeter's time to shine
  68. 68.Word that isn't actually derived from "red dust"
  69. 69.Progressives' movement
  70. 70.Play store?
  71. 71.Govt. org. with a Puzzle Periodical, once
  72. 72.Low-down scoundrel
  73. 73.Former Blu-ray alternative
  74. 74."Anti-___" (Taylor Swift hit with the lyric "It's me, hi, I'm the problem, it's me")
  75. 75.Make faces, say
  76. 76.Looong times
  77. 77."Young Sheldon" channel
  78. 78.Texas hold 'em buy-in
  79. 79.Terminus
  80. 80.Necessity: Abbr.
  81. 81.Freebie with a kids' menu, often
  82. 82.Hoped-for reaction to using fuel gas in a comedy act?
  83. 83.Yoko who's a dedicatee of John Cage's "0'00""
  84. 84.Conventional
  85. 85.90 degrees from norte
  86. 86."The ___ Affair" (murder mystery set in the universe of a Brontë novel)
  87. 87.___ friend (nurturing buddy)
  88. 88.C and (, shapewise
  89. 89.Word after pep or goon
  90. 90.Tibia neighbor
  91. 91.Nommed on
  92. 92.Pope Sixtus IV's fancy hat?
  93. 93."bad ___ right?" (Olivia Rodrigo single)
  94. 94.Howard or Spelman, e.g.
  95. 95.Snatches up
  96. 96.Goatee's spot
  97. 97.The Silk Road, e.g.
  98. 98."Breaking Bad" drug
  99. 99.Honking bird
  100. 100.Mars : sol :: Earth : ___
  101., e.g.
  102. 102.Katana metal
  103. 103.Broadway actress Noblezada
  104. 104.It's no short story
  105. 105.Wild/Ducks org.
  106. 106.Dalai ___
  107. 107.[WHACK!]
  108. 108.Crow saying "SOON" in a human voice, probably
  109. 109."Yeah, so?! Big deal!"
  110. 110.Cosa ___ (the mob)
  111. 111.Person taking a quick look over a Hawaiian island?
  112. 112.Sun-blocking umbrellas
  113. 113.Black bird ... or a black chess piece
  114. 114.Doctrine
  115. 115.Simba's love
  116. 116.Saddle foothold
  117. 117."Fight for You" musician
  118. 118."The Famished Road" author Okri
  119. 119.Social media posts like @dril's "awfully bold of you to fly the Good Year blimp on a year that has been extremely bad thus far"
  120. 120.Golf's Slammin' Sammy
  121. 121."<<": Abbr.
  122. 122.Works created on a rotating canvas
  123. 123.1/24th of a 36 Across
  124. 124.Lacked, formally
  125. 125.Tool for tightening the nuts on a pig roaster?
  126. 126.H as in Heracles
  127. 127.Flabbergasted
  128. 128."___ you the cutest!"
  129. 129.Red Square green?
  130. 130.Offense in the locker room, maybe?
  131. 131.___-actualization
  132. 132.Early-in-the-workweek vibes, in France?
  133. 133.Hit, as a cat toy
  134. 134."NOW!"
  135. 135.Certain H.S. exams
  136. 136.Roman emperor who ruled in 69 A.D.
  137. 137.Fill with cargo
  138. 138.Florida city home to Little Havana
  139. 139.Comfort amid hardship
  140. 140.Like a well-baked soufflé
  141. 141.Sponcon, essentially
  142. 142.Country home to the Ziggurat of Ur
  143. 143.Underground line?
  144. 144.Palindromic Italian digit seen in this clue number
  145. 145.French composer Jean-Philippe does some musical jamming?
  146. 146.Provoke
  147. 147.Ex-frosh

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