Category: Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers
30-March-2024 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Annoying wait
  2. 2.Before, briefly
  3. 3.Big Sky Conference team
  4. 4.Gambling destination near Hong Kong
  5. 5.Loyal
  6. 6.Capital on a fjord
  7. 7."Halt!” to sailors
  8. 8.Improv bit
  9. 9.Winding race
  10. 10.Cargo plane compartments
  11. 11.Acrobat maker
  12. 12.W-2 string, briefly
  13. 13.Heathrow head
  14. 14.Composer Bartók
  15. 15.Tested out
  16. 16.Conical abode
  17. 17.Attack ad tactic
  18. 18.Private email ending
  19. 19.Warning lights indicating too much lift?
  20. 20.Toward the rudder
  21. 21.Leave the runway, perhaps
  22. 22."Cross my heart!”
  23. 23.Devices for raising control surfaces?
  24. 24.Tennis miscue
  25. 25.Letters on beach bottles
  26. 26.Screen symbol
  27. 27.Contents of some pockets
  28. 28.Praying preyer
  29. 29.Place to make a lasting connection?
  30. 30.Half of cuatro
  31. 31.Sweater material
  32. 32.Power tested with Zener cards
  33. 33.Filibuster-airing channel
  34. 34.Part of TGIF
  35. 35.Genius with gadgets
  36. 36.Beat by a tiny margin
  37. 37.Blondie drummer Burke
  38. 38.Oscar nominee for "Enemies, A Love Story”
  39. 39.Feed for a security guard, briefly
  40. 40.Fjord relative
  41. 41.B-29 Superfortress requirement?
  42. 42.Herring family fish
  43. 43.___ Park (city near San Francisco)
  44. 44."Flying Down to ___”
  45. 45.Aeromexico beverage
  46. 46.Where Buzz Aldrin got an M.S.
  47. 47.Michael of 31-Across
  48. 48.Period of postprandial lethargy
  49. 49."I'm outta here!”
  50. 50.Meteorite metal
  51. 51.Annual athletic award
  52. 52.Call forth
  53. 53.Night flier
  54. 54.Eponymous physicist Mach
  55. 55."Up in the air” and "on the fly,” e.g.
  56. 56.Thanksgiving guests, often
  57. 57.Cat calls
  58. 58.Result of idling on the PHX tarmac?
  59. 59.Some investments, briefly
  60. 60.Sole attraction?
  61. 61."Later!”
  62. 62.Advantages
  63. 63.Lummox
  64. 64.Foil alternative
  65. 65.Bill component
  66. 66.Personal driver, of a sort
  67. 67.Arctic flyer
  68. 68.Longtime NBC sketch show
  69. 69.2017 film set in the Land of the Dead
  70. 70."Totally gnarly!”
  71. 71.Primer girl
  72. 72.Sticky-toed reptile
  73. 73.Literary work/with a format that's concise/first penned in Japan
  74. 74.Dragon roll ingredient
  75. 75.Card game with a singular purpose?
  76. 76.Play with a combo
  77. 77.Bee venom, say
  78. 78.Control panel feature
  79. 79.Financial aid basis
  80. 80.___ Mahal
  81. 81.Aer Lingus's land
  82. 82.Simmer with rage
  83. 83.___ populi
  84. 84.Fills with cargo
  85. 85.Bouncer's task
  86. 86.Blazed trails
  87. 87."I don't want to hear it!”
  88. 88.Chicago airport
  89. 89.Standing strings
  90. 90.Is under the weather
  91. 91."Birthplace of Aviation”
  92. 92.Coffee, casually
  93. 93.Crispy white root
  94. 94.Online neophytes
  95. 95.Word of caution
  96. 96.Reacted to a Blue Angels flyby, say
  97. 97.One waiting in line at an airport
  98. 98.Some Jets tackles
  99. 99.Sheriff's second
  100. 100.Box on a map
  101. 101.Otherwise
  102. 102.Subject of some bargaining
  103. 103.Meringue maker's discards
  104. 104.Cast overboard
  105. 105.Crooks crack them
  106. 106.Acts the snoop
  107. 107.Suppositions
  108. 108.Before today
  109. 109.Long-distance flier
  110. 110.In the manner of
  111. 111.Storage depot for fuselages?
  112. 112.As a group
  113. 113.Swift work?
  114. 114.Phone reading
  115. 115.Cone decorated with stodgy art?
  116. 116.Biggest city in West Texas
  117. 117.Parting word
  118. 118.Door frame piece
  119. 119.Evergreen State airport, familiarly
  120. 120.Messy abode
  121. 121.Maximum amount
  122. 122.Precious people
  123. 123.Request to finish clearing the runway?
  124. 124.Pandemonium
  125. 125.Recipe amt.
  126. 126.It's a start
  127. 127.Award for "In the Heights”
  128. 128.Quick punch
  129. 129.Sass
  130. 130.Diminish
  131. 131.Spruce Goose feature?
  132. 132.Part of a buck
  133. 133.Email status
  134. 134.It's beneath xenon in the periodic table
  135. 135.Instrument with a conical bore
  136. 136.Fare, e.g.
  137. 137.Some bake sale buys
  138. 138.Med. pros

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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.
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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.
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