Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Like those who are always at a loss?
  2. 2.Burger setting, briefly
  3. 3.Lode contents
  4. 4.All the time
  5. 5."___ the contrary!"
  6. 6.Below 90 degrees in math class
  7. 7.Selma Bouvier's pet reptile Jub-Jub, e.g.
  8. 8.Path from one place to another
  9. 9.Truckers' vehicles
  10. 10.Coppertop brand
  11. 11.Tight twist in a hose
  12. 12.Linda's character in the "Terminator" franchise
  13. 13.Small surgical knives
  14. 14.Something raised during an Olympic medal ceremony
  15. 15.Like nudists
  16. 16.Cookies 'n Creamtini cocktail cookies
  17. 17."All animals are ___, but some animals are more ___ than others" ("Animal Farm" commandment)
  18. 18.Screen legend Gardner
  19. 19.Rewords, say
  20. 20.This is boring!
  21. 21.Something begun by a revolution
  22. 22.___ pal
  23. 23.___ tiger (big cat such as Richard Parker in "Life of Pi")
  24. 24.On the job
  25. 25.Olive's surname
  26. 26.Energy produced from friction
  27. 27.Nursery, e.g.
  28. 28."Dearie me!"
  29. 29.Surpasses that pheasant relative?
  30. 30."Cancel the flight!"
  31. 31.Hirsute sitcom cousin
  32. 32.Mentally boosted things
  33. 33.Stroll at a leisurely pace
  34. 34.Pet mouse?
  35. 35.Like some intersections with stop signs on each road
  36. 36.Life's little surprises
  37. 37.How many albums and audiobooks were released in the early 2000s
  38. 38."We're Here" network
  39. 39.ACC sch.
  40. 40.Sn, to a chemist
  41. 41.Response to "Have a good day!"
  42. 42.Flier to Sydney Airport
  43. 43.Sejong the Great's kingdom
  44. 44.Malfunctions
  45. 45.Cowboy costume part
  46. 46.Toothpaste type
  47. 47.Internet access inits.
  48. 48."Down Down" rock band Status ___
  49. 49."___ (Da Ba Dee)" (colorfully titled hit song by Eiffel 65)
  50. 50.Broad-bladed ___ (31 Down's weapon)
  51. 51.Hidden valley
  52. 52.Alternatives to tots
  53. 53."Awesome crouch!"?
  54. 54.Banged, as a toe
  55. 55.Pine family tree
  56. 56.Like some vaccines
  57. 57.Groups: Abbr.
  58. 58.It's tapped at a party
  59. 59."Dang!"
  60. 60.Removals on paper
  61. 61."___ Elementary" (sitcom set in Philadelphia)
  62. 62.Chicago Cubs legend Sandberg
  63. 63.Arc formed by fog droplets
  64. 64.Sensitive form of ID
  65. 65.Is, in plural form
  66. 66.Set straight
  67. 67.Distribute the wrong number of cards, say
  68. 68.Aerie creature
  69. 69.1984 Olympics star Mary ___ Retton
  70. 70."Allow Me to Retort" author Mystal
  71. 71.Nix in the Oval Office
  72. 72.Texan toon who works for Strickland Propane
  73. 73.Versailles VIP
  74. 74.Smartphone images
  75. 75.___ Pet (plant that might come in the form of any of the Golden Girls)
  76. 76.Crotchety fellow
  77. 77.First word of an Agra landmark's name
  78. 78.Ocean giants that twist like worms?
  79. 79.Trotter in a western
  80. 80.Golf pro Michelle ___ West
  81. 81.Long garment that covers all except the eyes
  82. 82.Poke fun at
  83. 83.Grant entry to
  84. 84.Descriptor for some milk powder
  85. 85.Unusual
  86. 86.It guards against dribbling
  87. 87.Whom the Nationals defeated in the 2019 World Series
  88. 88."Falling Is Like This" singer DiFranco
  89. 89.DEA agents
  90. 90.Actor Pesci's nickname when he makes a duck sound half a dozen times?
  91. 91.Poor souls
  92. 92.Keyhole site
  93. 93.Counting rhyme start
  94. 94.Funk from a litter box
  95. 95.Festive feeling among friends
  96. 96.Types
  97. 97.Makeup set
  98. 98.No longer valid
  99. 99.Scare away
  100. 100.Bubble bath locales
  101. 101."Release the ___!" (cry to unleash a mythical beast)
  102. 102.Gazes upon
  103. 103.Cretaceous critter
  104. 104.___ Dhabi (capital of the UAE)
  105. 105.Certain salon services
  106. 106.Shady, among gamers who play "Among Us"
  107. 107.Animal such as 44 Across or 115 Across
  108. 108.Delhi or Tokyo, e.g.
  109. 109.Organs of oaks
  110. 110.Cry from a cockapoo
  111. 111.Emit, as energy
  112. 112.___ of arms (heraldic design)
  113. 113.Card game whose name is a Spanish and Italian number
  114. 114.Good pair to split in blackjack
  115. 115.Arena assignments
  116. 116.One of V?
  117. 117.Born, on a Wikipedia page
  118. 118.Correspondingly
  119. 119."Say that again?"
  120. 120.Cost of membership
  121. 121.University domain
  122. 122."I messed up, Marge!"
  123. 123.Slump
  124. 124.Charmingly old-fashioned game?
  125. 125.Runs uncovered?
  126. 126.Get hitched
  127. 127."The show ___ go on"
  128. 128.Ask for information
  129. 129.Facades
  130. 130.Actor Aidan, when he's doing somersaults?
  131. 131.Use intermittent falsetto, say
  132. 132.Oaken container, maybe
  133. 133."Oh, right"
  134. 134.Picnic discard
  135. 135.Some babysitters who are related to the baby
  136. 136.Regarding
  137. 137.Guitar neck section
  138. 138."Inside Politics" channel
  139. 139.Athletic or political event
  140. 140.Dwarf who fights alongside Aragorn and Legolas
  141. 141.Istanbul citizens
  142. 142."For whatever we lose (like a you or a me) / it's always ourselves we find in the ___": E.E. Cummings

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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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