Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1."Good point"
  2. 2.Data for many MIT applicants
  3. 3.All-___ team
  4. 4.Veterinarian's verb
  5. 5."I'm def in the area!"?
  6. 6."That's a whole other ___ of worms"
  7. 7.Co. communications gent, maybe
  8. 8.Give off, as rays
  9. 9.My true self
  10. 10.___ of the times
  11. 11.School administrations?
  12. 12.Four-year-old canines, e.g.
  13. 13.Cardiac chambers
  14. 14.Performs, as a spell
  15. 15.English soccer forward Toone
  16. 16.With 127 Across, one of many devices thwarting the burglars in "Home Alone"
  17. 17.Irene in a short story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  18. 18.Moved, as products
  19. 19.Talk idly
  20. 20.Keep away from
  21. 21.Rowan Atkinson's "Mr." TV character when he's feeling resentful over someone else's success?
  22. 22.Be inaccurate
  23. 23.Back
  24. 24.With 104 Across, bidirectional
  25. 25.Feature of "guitar" but not "lute"
  26. 26.That woman's
  27. 27.He was on the ark
  28. 28.Have a lightbulb moment
  29. 29.Collect $200 with one's top hat, say
  30. 30."Things ___ looking up!"
  31. 31.Exceptional brightness
  32. 32.Not new, as a car
  33. 33.Polar ice ___
  34. 34."Full Metal Jacket" subject
  35. 35.Crane technique, say
  36. 36.Folded diner orders
  37. 37.Located
  38. 38.Balance overhead?
  39. 39.Gumption and gutsiness
  40. 40."L.A. Law" actor Underwood
  41. 41.Food or hair application
  42. 42.Source of green zest
  43. 43.For no profit
  44. 44.Beyoncé or Madonna, e.g.
  45. 45.Happen next
  46. 46.Indications to enter, say
  47. 47.Even at a match
  48. 48.Assist with a bank job
  49. 49.Radio personality Glass
  50. 50.Kendo school
  51. 51."Sonic Drift" company
  52. 52.BFFs when they try some food?
  53. 53.Minor demons
  54. 54.Finishing 8th in a race in "Mario Kart 64," say
  55. 55.Renaissance Centre locale in Pennsylvania
  56. 56.Elicit awe
  57. 57.Ancient locale of the Library of Celsus
  58. 58."See ya," in Strasbourg
  59. 59."The Untouchables" screenwriter David
  60. 60.Union's concern
  61. 61."Life of Pi" creature
  62. 62.Westminster Abbey city
  63. 63.Iconic celeb looking out of a building?
  64. 64.Quit, as a program
  65. 65.Musical ringers
  66. 66."No good ___ goes unpunished"
  67. 67.Eco-conscious org.
  68. 68.Makeover
  69. 69.Show empirically
  70. 70.Acid counterpart
  71. 71.Succulent plant genus
  72. 72.Child's counting rhyme word
  73. 73.Resort listings
  74. 74.Stamping official
  75. 75.Maker of roach bait
  76. 76.Big ups for a theater actor?
  77. 77.Porcine feast
  78. 78.Pester
  79. 79.Quasi-
  80. 80.Aircraft-landing hr.
  81. 81.Overly ornamented
  82. 82.Sanctimonious type
  83. 83.Another look on ESPN
  84. 84.Greta of "Mata Hari"
  85. 85.___ Lynx (handheld console released in 1989)
  86. 86.Daiquiri liquor
  87. 87.Devoured
  88. 88.Maker of Feelin' Fresh deodorant
  89. 89.Like some socks
  90. 90.Smucker's peanut butter brand
  91. 91."Blazing fiercely? OMG it's beautiful!"?
  92. 92."Sway through the crowd to an empty space" song of 1983
  93. 93.Adhesive notes in workspaces
  94. 94.Catalogued for reference
  95. 95.Phrase with a slash
  96. 96.Stakes before dealing
  97. 97.Tattle about
  98. 98.Brusque
  99. 99.Spirits ferried by Charon
  100. 100.Rectangular diamond, e.g.?
  101. 101."You ___!" ("Hah!")
  102. 102.Dirty state
  103. 103.Con artist's skill
  104. 104.Emulate some participants on "Love Is Blind"
  105. 105.Chem. or geol.
  106. 106.Folks who love s'mores and Lucky Charms and the flavor of TCBY's Roasty Toasty yogurt?
  107. 107.Staggered from shock
  108. 108."I ___, I saw, I conquered"
  109. 109."___ on me!" ("Look here!")
  110. 110.Many furry adoptees
  111. 111.Like hair after taking Rogaine, one hopes
  112. 112.Towing org.
  113. 113.Pasta night brand
  114. 114.See 100 Down
  115. 115."It ___ its moments"
  116. 116."Non la sospiri la nostra casetta" opera
  117. 117.Confessional group
  118. 118.Allow to occur
  119. 119.Like hybrid eclipses
  120. 120.Suitcase label
  121. 121."That's nasty!"
  122. 122.It may have an Apple M1 processor
  123. 123.Practice jabbing
  124. 124.Partner of born
  125. 125.Looking unhappy
  126. 126.Enclosure with a trough
  127. 127.Architectural recess
  128. 128.Colorful parrot
  129. 129.Corporate buzzword referring to successful collaboration
  130. 130.Companion who may get the zoomies
  131. 131.Journos who don't often experience erotic attraction to others?
  132. 132.Botanical starters
  133. 133.Wrap up
  134. 134.See 2 Down
  135. 135."Leading" figure
  136. 136.Jazz club vocalization
  137. 137.Single step
  138. 138.Olympic race units
  139. 139."In a few ___"
  140. 140.Typical art house film
  141. 141.Jeans makeup, often
  142. 142.Comic strip Viking's nickname when he orders a deli sub?
  143. 143.Air Force fleet
  144. 144.Beach phenomenon
  145. 145.Wolverine's relative
  146. 146.His obituary in the New York Daily News began with the line "He got two thumbs up"
  147. 147.Vulcan mind ___
  148. 148."Fortnite" fans
  149. 149.Consume like a cow
  150. 150.Hit, as with tomatoes

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The Sunday puzzle is available in a printable format and you play it the classic pen and paper way or you can go digital and play the crossword online. The menu bar gives you a variety of options to customize your entire crossword experience. You can choose to reveal the answers in case you are stuck somewhere. It offers a variety of high quality content along with ease of play.

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The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Author: The Sunday crosswords are written by a very popular writer Evan Birnholz. He is a resident of Philadelphia and has a rich archive of all his previously written crosswords on his website, Devil Cross.

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