Category: Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers
13-January-2024 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Way to refer to a duchess
  2. 2.One-eyed god
  3. 3.Improve
  4. 4.Media mogul Murdoch
  5. 5.Capturer of a traffic stop, maybe
  6. 6.___ Inu (Japanese dog breed)
  7. 7.Symbol marking Britain's National Trails
  8. 8.Cover of the Bible?
  9. 9.Very, very long time
  10. 10.River to the Moselle
  11. 11.Shaming sound
  12. 12.Catholic evangelist
  13. 13."I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight” musical
  14. 14.___-a-brac
  15. 15.Honoree of an April day
  16. 16.Of the kidneys
  17. 17.Skywriting's main topic?
  18. 18."We Can Work ___” (Beatles song)
  19. 19.AT&T's guarantee of retro service?
  20. 20.Corner
  21. 21.Yale collegian
  22. 22.Works at a fair
  23. 23.Energy supplier for everybody?
  24. 24.Layer cake layer
  25. 25.Up
  26. 26.Give the finger?
  27. 27.Paper whose first issue cost three francs
  28. 28.Slippery, perhaps
  29. 29.Parts
  30. 30.Whistle blower
  31. 31.Trampled
  32. 32.Run
  33. 33.Jump back, maybe
  34. 34.Tubular pasta
  35. 35.Extended time for an appreciative writer?
  36. 36.New York congresswoman known by initials
  37. 37.Annoyance for someone seeking a parking spot
  38. 38.Steps on one's joke?
  39. 39.Masjid al-Haram setting
  40. 40.Care
  41. 41.Some printers
  42. 42.Throng
  43. 43.Burn slightly
  44. 44.Long in the tooth
  45. 45."Do ___ to eat a peach?”: T.S. Eliot
  46. 46.On the ball
  47. 47.Dances in circles
  48. 48.Majorca or Minorca
  49. 49.Comic booking
  50. 50.End for priest or prophet
  51. 51.Black Sea city resident
  52. 52.Single digit?
  53. 53.Day divider
  54. 54.Curve
  55. 55.He wrote lyrics for many of George's songs
  56. 56.Like concert tickets, often
  57. 57.Like D.C.'s Tidal Basin cherries around the beginning of April
  58. 58.Put away
  59. 59.He claimed to have "made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs”
  60. 60.Loud racket
  61. 61.Throw in
  62. 62.Perks
  63. 63.Heretofore
  64. 64.First name in cosmetics
  65. 65.Unprotected quake plan?
  66. 66.Frequent Nascar sponsor
  67. 67.Word of honor
  68. 68.Past due
  69. 69.Flax product
  70. 70.Underlying motives
  71. 71.Jai ___
  72. 72.Canter, e.g.
  73. 73."The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard” novelist France
  74. 74.Difficult obligation
  75. 75.Reach a consensus
  76. 76.Criticize without mercy
  77. 77.Meas. syst. that includes the dyne and 99-Down
  78. 78.___ fro
  79. 79.More cunning
  80. 80."Amscray!”
  81. 81.African princess of opera
  82. 82.Begin a new paragraph, say
  83. 83.Spy thriller writer Deighton
  84. 84.Much-repeated word in air traffic control
  85. 85."Shake the pulp” soft drink
  86. 86.NBA tallies
  87. 87.Valley of San Francisco
  88. 88.Peter of "Casablanca”
  89. 89.Andrea ___ (ship that sank in 1956)
  90. 90.Fancy dos
  91. 91.Official lang. of Botswana
  92. 92.Kaplan Review subj.
  93. 93.Respectful tribute
  94. 94.Societal problems
  95. 95."Butter” K-pop group
  96. 96.Neck feature
  97. 97.Unit in 58-Down
  98. 98.Eye cell
  99. 99.Chihuahua tongue
  100. 100.Ted of TV
  101. 101.Written record
  102. 102.Spruce up
  103. 103.Saxon leader?
  104. 104.Cannabis product
  105. 105."Wonder Woman” star Gadot
  106. 106.Keep an eye out for
  107. 107.Hand (out)
  108. 108."Gee whiz!”
  109. 109.Check for purity
  110. 110.Buccaneer's bud
  111. 111.Jazz music's Gil or Bill
  112. 112.Big galoots
  113. 113.Feature presentation?
  114. 114."Blazing Saddles,” e.g.
  115. 115.Org. whose seal shows a shock of corn and a plow
  116. 116.Six years, for a senator
  117. 117.Highbrow
  118. 118.Reduced to rubble
  119. 119.Fruit-filled pastry
  120. 120.Bonneville Flats site
  121. 121.Silent communication syst.
  122. 122.Spread made with filberts
  123. 123.2023 part for Ryan Gosling
  124. 124.Fancy do
  125. 125.Like much chatter
  126. 126.Beef cut
  127. 127.Bard's twilight
  128. 128.Harry & David offering
  129. 129.Grammy-winning violinist Hilary
  130. 130.Britannia metal component
  131. 131.Specialty
  132. 132.Howl with laughter
  133. 133.Great Plains tribe
  134. 134.Grasshopper's teacher, in a fable
  135. 135.Kept out of sight
  136. 136.Hoosegow

About Wall Street Journal Crosswords

The crosswords at WSJ are cryptic and mostly written personally by Mike or by the infamous anonymous or pseudonym crossword constructors. These puzzles are then carefully analysed by Mike to ensure that that the puzzles are cryptic, adventurous, accurate and addictive for the Wall Street Journal crossword fans.
The Friday WSJ crossword features a contest for all puzzle lovers to solve (a puzzle within a puzzle which is usually a single word such as country name, movie title, a phrase, etc.).
The Saturday crossword is usually a large crossword, apt for the weekend along with another additional speciality word puzzle that is mostly created from assorted cryptics and puzzles by master crossword and puzzle creators from the country such as Emily Cox, Patrick Berry, Henry Rathvon and also Mike Shenk.
Apart from these basic crossword puzzle, you will also find the Varsity Math weekly puzzle that is constructed by the National Museum of Mathematics for all WSJ crossword fans. The daily WSJ crossword puzzle answers are provided right next to the next day’s puzzle.
The Varsity Math puzzle’s answer is published the following week. However, certain answers to puzzles are delayed as they may be a part of relay puzzle, where the answer of one puzzle helps solve another week’s puzzle.

Wall Street Journal Crossword Contests

The WSJ crossword contests are intended only for participants residing in United States. Each Friday, the WSJ includes a special Friday crossword puzzle with a complete grid that reveals clues for the players to solve the weekly question or problem. The weekly question is posed along with the Week’s Friday puzzle.
The Wall Street Journal Crossword answers should be mailed to the WSJ crossword contest team by midnight on Sunday.
The contest limits one entry per person per email-id. Participants who are 18 years and older and are legal residents of United States are eligible to participate in the contest. However, employees and their immediate family members who are associated to the sponsors, the newspaper, the creators, affiliates, subsidiaries, prize suppliers or promotion agencies are not eligible for the contest.
Sponsors choose one random winner from all eligible entries who have correctly answered the Weekly Question. The winners are contacted by WSJ via their provided email address and will receive their prize through the mailing address provided by the winner.
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