NY Times Crossword 9 May 21, Sunday

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Computer file, informally DOC
Wound up on top? SCAB
Feels it the next day, say ACHES
Things served in prison TERMS
Shout at a Greek wedding OPA!
Country singer McKenna LORI
“Whoa, settle down” CHILL
More than half of humanity ASIANS
___ state REM
Mom’s comment to her child during prenatal bonding? [Frank Sinatra, 1954] I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU
Hot state IRE
Bishop’s hat MITER
They’re used mostly on corners STAPLERS
What Mom is obligated to do as her due date approaches? [The Beatles, 1969] CARRY THAT WEIGHT
“___ the deal …” HERE’S
Yes, in Yokohama HAI
Bran material OAT
Part of a drivetrain AXLE
The Renaissance, for one ERA
Team ___ (late-night host’s following) COCO
Cancer fighter, for short T CELL
Henley Royal ___ (annual July event) REGATTA
Mom’s reaction to her first mild contractions? [John Cougar, 1982] HURTS SO GOOD
Midwife’s advice to Mom in the delivery room? [Salt-N-Pepa, 1987] PUSH IT
Cause of wear and tear USE
Wanna-bees, e.g.? PUPAE
___ of Maine (toothpaste) TOM’S
Sport whose participants call “Pull!” SKEET
Pet sound MEW
Tennis star with the highest career winning percentage in singles matches (89.97%) EVERT
Stress test? FINAL
“Whoa boy, settle down” EASY
Mom’s remark as contractions grow stronger? [The Ramones, 1978] I WANNA BE SEDATED
Org. that delivers USPS
Unenthusiastic TEPID
Went sniggling EELED
Vaporize, say ZAP
Empire REALM
Roughly OR SO
Be crazy about ADORE
Sappho’s “___ to Aphrodite” ODE
Mom’s reaction as delivery draws closer? [Usher, 2012] SCREAM
Child’s response to Mom’s actions? [Diana Ross, 1980] I’M COMING OUT
Briskly AT A TROT
Actress in eight Bond films DENCH
Like sea horses that give birth MALE
Beast with a humped shoulder GNU
Utah ski resort ALTA
Cable news anchor Cabrera ANA
Prey for a formicivorous creature ANT
Simple life? AMEBA
Nurse’s remark after Mom delivers the first twin? [Britney Spears, 1998] BABY ONE MORE TIME
Spanish archipelago, with “the” … CANARIES
Touches ABUTS
Witty saying MOT
Doctor’s comment after Mom delivers the second twin? [The Who, 1965] THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
Director DuVernay AVA
Quiet SERENE
Settle down, say MARRY
Pacific crop TARO
Something you might gloss over LIP
Mother’s Day delivery ROSES
Apologetic remark during a breakup IT’S ME
Hang it up STOP
Consult SEE

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Kind of column DORIC
Venue for trill seekers? OPERA HOUSE
TV reporter’s entourage CAMERA CREW
Like snails’ trails SLIMY
Beginning that leads to a sum? COGITO …
Singer with the 1968 hit “Think,” familiarly ARETHA
Nibble BITE AT
“Oh no!” ACK!
X CHI
Drink with the flavors Poppin’ Lemonade and Grabbin’ Grape HI-C
Wyoming’s National ___ Refuge ELK
Spill clumsily SLOSH
“Bye!” TA-TA!
Food delivery route? ESOPHAGUS
Piece of equipment for a biathlete RIFLE
Oscar ___ MAYER
Bad thing to do in class SNORE
Figure (out) SUSS
Aesthete’s interest ART
Complete UTTER
Hilarious sort RIOT
U.S. city whose name is composed of two state abbreviations WACO
Struck out EXED
Poorly ILL
Toothpaste option GEL
Solicit sales (for) REP
Fishing bait CHUM
Keeps the beat with one’s foot TOE-TAPS
“Who ___ you?” ASKED
Woman’s name meaning “goddess” THEA
Relations TIES
J.D. holder: Abbr. ATTY
What a shaken soda bottle will do when uncapped SPEW
Capital of Fiji SUVA
Not dismissive of OPEN TO
Earn GARNER
Quaint contraction ‘TIS
Rule for trick-or-treaters ONE EACH
Improvised MADE DO
Wind down? SLALOM
Janet Yellen’s former post, with “the” … FED
Site of offshore banks? ISLET
Life, briefly BIO
Garr of “Tootsie” TERI
Setting for a scene in the Sistine Chapel EDEN
Major part of the night sky? URSA
It’s broken off SECT
Olympic athlete category PARA
Lions and tigers and bears ZOO ANIMALS
Raw footage? ADULT MOVIE
Davidson of “S.N.L.” PETE
Stick in the refrigerator? MARGARINE
Sun follower? MON
Loving INTO
Last name in shoes MCAN
Exam for some aspiring C.E.O.s GMAT
Go down the ___ TUBES
Little bit DAB
Ron who played Tarzan ELY
Boundaries AMBITS
Part of a Milky Way bar NOUGAT
Joint: Prefix ARTHRO-
Book that’s the source of the line “It is more blessed to give than to receive” ACTS
Host of HBO’s “Real Time” MAHER
Año starter ENERO
Competes on a British cooking show BAKES
“Same here” AS AM I
Lead-in to trumpet or drum EAR
Legally foreclose ESTOP
Tour de France stage ETAPE
The 13th or 15th IDES
Mobster’s undoing RAT
Places to take breaks, for short? ERS
Inoculation location ARM
Cleaning solution LYE

NY Times Crossword 8 May 21, Saturday

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Supreme court member? NBA ALL-STAR
III, e.g., in “Richard III” ACT
Number of days it takes Mercury to orbit the sun EIGHTY-EIGHT
It becomes another question when its first letter is moved to the end WHO?
“Wall Street” catchphrase GREED IS GOOD
Chump SAP
Just a bit ATOM
Like the last in a line NTH
Wear SPORT
Day to post a throwback picture on social media: Abbr. THU
What a nod might mean I GET IT
___ bowl ACAI
Perfumery compound ESTER
Actress Shields, mother of Brooke TERI
One stoner to another DUDE
Satisfied sigh AAH!
What a shrug might mean NO MATTER
Was up, in a sense BATTED
Nibbles NOSHES
Cheap cab, perhaps HOUSE RED
Org. with an annual Codebreaker Challenge NSA
More than suspicious of ONTO
Be in the works BREW
Irish name that’s a Slavic name backward AIDAN
The old you? THOU
Like some unpleasant comments SNARKY
Kind of trip taken solo EGO
Utah’s “Industry,” e.g. MOTTO
Camper’s gear chain REI
Throw (together) SLAP
It can lay a one-and-a-half-pound egg EMU
“Hold on!” WAIT A MINUTE!
Calculator button next to cos SIN
Words after “The end”? NIGHTY-NIGHT
Lead-in to stars or daylight SEE …
Soft, green food MASHED PEAS

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Void NEGATE
Once-in-a-lifetime events BIRTHS
Get too old AGE OUT
“I’m right here” AHEM!
Business letters LTD
Horizontal LYING
Walt Whitman wrote one beginning “Lo, ’tis autumn” SESTET
Turn right, say TIGHTEN
Years ___ AGO
Sorority letter RHO
“How adorable!” AW, SO CUTE
It involves much ear-tugging and head-shaking CHARADES
Grade-A TOP-TIER
Notable examples of crossing a line, in brief TDS
Noodle dish whose name indicates its cuisine PAD THAI
Steaming IRATE
Club type IRON
Pumbaa’s friend in “The Lion King” TIMON
Goes on a dinner date, e.g. EATS OUT
They may be used in a pinch HERBS
Composition test ASSAY
Easy friendliness BONHOMIE
Correction for a wild pitch AUTO-TUNE
“Marriage Story” Oscar winner DERN
Dumpster fire HOT MESS
Lacks DEARTHS
Ring in the holiday spirit? WREATH
Flood DELUGE
Annual genre writing award AGATHA
Common complex rule NO PETS
Celebrity portmanteau beginning in 2012 KIMYE
Accept the blame for OWN
Impertinent sort SNIP
Archery need AIM
Grocery store found in Michigan? IGA
Pete Buttigieg’s home state: Abbr. IND

NY Times Crossword 6 May 21, Thursday

Daily solution for the NY Times Crossword 5 May 21, Wednesday. The New York Times Crosswords are very hard some times, with our help you will be able to finish the tricky definitions.
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“How to Be an Anti-___” (best-selling book of 2020) RACIST
Big kahuna VIP
Way up to go downhill T-BAR
Totally original ALL NEW
Bird that’s the source of Kalaya oil EMU
Dance sometimes done to klezmer music HORA
Play-by-play job? STAGE ACTOR
A little cracked AJAR
Spanish for “weight” PESO
Presidential nickname of the 19th century HONEST ABE
Kansas or Kentucky, politically RED STATE
Cap’n’s mate BOS’N
Details, details SPECS
Certain Miller beers RED DOGS
Gear tooth COG
Soaks up a lot of sun BAKES
Improv comic’s forte AD LIB
Chicago-style pizza chain, familiarly UNO’S
Big Ten nickname TERPS
Architectural style of Nebraska’s capitol building, informally DECO
Rhetoric for the political base, figuratively RED MEAT
Warning sign RED FLAG
Word with high or dive SKY …
“Cómo ___?” ESTAS
Follower of “Too bad,” in an expression of mock pity … SO SAD
Gomer Pyle’s outfit: Abbr. USMC
Low humming sounds THRUMS
“Stay calm” DON’T PANIC
Stand-up comedian Bargatze NATE
“___ Am Telling You” (song from “Dreamgirls”) AND I
Traffic go-ahead that should be followed four times in this puzzle RIGHT ON RED
Dance done to fiddle music REEL
Director Lee ANG
No longer under wraps? OPENED
Lagerfeld of fashion KARL
___ leaf (stew additive) BAY
Over a large area WIDELY

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File type RASP
Drunkenness or hypnosis ALTERED STATE
It may be dismissed CLASS
Some metal castings INGOTS
“Get it?” SEE?
Onetime United competitor TWA
Refuse to pick up the bill? VETO
“That’s my cue!” I’M ON!
Poodles, but not schnoodles or doodles PUREBRED DOGS
“How strange …” THAT’S ODD …
Nickname for tap-dancing legend Bill Robinson BOJANGLES
___ League ARAB
Unusual RARE
Something waved when a race is won CHECKERED FLAG
Common mixer SODA
P.D. alert APB
Udder end TEAT
Lord’s laborers SERFS
Warped, as a sense of humor SICK
Pancetta or prosciutto CURED MEAT
“My treat!” ON ME!
Becomes insolvent GOES UNDER
Inkblot, e.g. SPLOTCH
Early man? BOY
Behaved for a haircut, say SAT STILL
Glazier’s frame SASH
Pack down TAMP
Long-bodied fish GAR
Bug that inspired Poe’s “The Gold-Bug” SCARAB
Persistently demanded payment from DUNNED
French river in W.W. I fighting MARNE
Metaphor for strength STEEL
Like yin but not yang DARK
Suited to serve ONE-A
Simone known as the “High Priestess of Soul” NINA
Punk’s Pop IGGY
Water whirl EDDY
AAA offering TOW
Nail polish brand with a Bubble Bath shade OPI

NY Times Crossword 3 May 21, Monday

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Surrounded by AMID
Senator Mike of Idaho CRAPO
Its state fair is much visited by politicians IOWA
Stream from a volcano LAVA
Any episode of “Parks and Recreation,” now RERUN
Toot one’s own horn BRAG
*Joe cool? ICED COFFEE
Taj Mahal locale AGRA
Wall Street average, with “the” … DOW
Backstabs BETRAYS
Annual TV awards EMMYS
Island nation in the western Pacific PALAU
Opposite of yeses NOS
Word before sauce or milk SOY …
*Amenity for jet-setters AIRPORT WI-FI
Trail PATH
Neither’s partner NOR
The first “X” of X-X-X TIC
*What investigators really want to know THE INSIDE INFO
[It’s c-c-old!] [BRR!]
A-to-zed lexicon, in brief OED
Attire GARB
*Aromatic fragrance with a French name EAU DE PARFUM
Color TV pioneer RCA
Some investments, for short CDS
Untagged, in a game of tag NOT IT
What a red-faced emoji might mean I’M MAD
Relaxing soak after a long day, maybe HOT BATH
Bay Area hub, for short SFO
Fit for military service ONE-A
Fairy tale chant from a giant … or the ends of the answers to the starred clues FEE-FI-FO-FUM
Make, as money EARN
Not illuminated UNLIT
Boston’s ___-Farber Cancer Institute DANA
Hockey puck, e.g. DISK
Animals symbolizing innocence LAMBS
Community facility that often has a gym and pool, in brief YMCA

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Mahershala of “Green Book” ALI
PC alternative MAC
“Now ___ heard everything!” I’VE
Papa DADDY
Bird that caws CROW
Official with a whistle REF
Little dog’s bark ARF!
Southwest tribe or one of its dwellings PUEBLO
Where meaningless words go in (and out the other) ONE EAR
Letter-shaped construction support I-BAR
Natural food producer ORGANIC FARM
On guard against WARY OF
Tennis great Andre AGASSI
___ Nostra COSA
___-frutti TUTTI
Telepath’s “gift” ESP
Means of defense that doesn’t actually have alligators MOAT
Discovery Channel program that debunked popular beliefs MYTHBUSTERS
Amateurs no more PROS
Kind of reasoning A PRIORI
Red Roof ___ INN
Part of a bird or museum WING
What’s rounded up in a roundup HERD
“The Faerie Queene” woman IRENA
Adroit DEFT
University email ending EDU
Apex predator of the ocean ORCA
Rebuke to Marmaduke BAD!
Bounced back, as a sound ECHOED
God, in the Torah ADONAI
Quantity of stew POTFUL
Greek goddess of wisdom ATHENA
Peeve MIFF
Full of emotional swings MOODY
Establishment that’s usually closed on Sundays BANK
Poses for a photo SITS
Boston’s Liberty Tree, e.g. ELM
Whopper junior? FIB
Kin, informally FAM
Tar Heels’ sch. UNC
Goat’s bleat MAA!

NY Times Crossword 2 May 21, Sunday

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Advantage LEG UP
Tony, e.g. AWARD
Plunder RANSACK
Weighed in OPINED
Cow herd :: ___ : troop : BABOON
One with a discerning palate EPICURE
C-Span? COVERED BRIDGE
Start brawling GET IT ON
Drink name suffix -ADE
Earth goddess GAIA
Going from point A to point B LINEAR
Miss piggy? SOW
Class acts? LESSONS
Actress Gershon GINA
Put back on the market, as real estate RELIST
Feel bad AIL
Champagne name MOET
P-trap? POTTYMOUTH
G-force? GERMAN ARMY
Union concern PAY
Setting for C. S. Lewis’s “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” NARNIA
NPR host Shapiro ARI
Words said in passing? AYES
Deliberate betrayal PERFIDY
Butt END
Father figures? DAD BODS
Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands: Abbr. TERR
Surgeons’ professional org. AMA
2012 Best Picture winner ARGO
Anastasia ___, protagonist of “Fifty Shades of Grey” STEELE
Make mention of NOTE
Top supporter? BRA
Susan who portrayed the youngest child on “The Brady Bunch” OLSEN
G-flat? GARDEN APARTMENT
Deodorant type SPRAY
Be short OWE
Make music PLAY
Like Crater Lake, compared to any other U.S. lake DEEPER
LeBron James in his N.B.A. debut, e.g. TEEN
Anheuser-Busch InBev’s stock ticker symbol BUD
Avocado pit, for one SEED
Cause for revolution, perhaps MISRULE
Escort’s offering ARM
“Yep, that happened!” SURE DID!
[And like magic … it’s gone!] [POOF!]
First of ten? TEE
Compete in pursuit of VIE FOR
Abbr. on a flight board ARR
D-Con? DIRTY TRICK
E-bond? ELMER’S GLUE
Conversely, in brief OTOH
Worry for a Great Depression bank RUN
Ladybug, e.g. BEETLE
Cereal box abbr. NT WT
Strike-out specialists? EDITORS
See 106-Across BED
Out of 105-Across ARISEN
Son of Zeus ARES
Bird of legend ROC
Fast-food chain with Famous Star burgers CARL’S JR
C-sharp? COMPASS NEEDLE
Black-and-white dessert OREO PIE
Take care of some personal baggage UNPACK
Word after green or smoke … SCREEN
Things consumed for psychedelic trips LSD TABS
Men in black, say GOTHS
Deck originally known as “carte da trionfi” (“cards of triumph”) TAROT

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Kind of news often aired at 6 and 11 p.m. LOCAL
Classical poem form EPODE
Drives home, say GIVES A RIDE
French article UNE
Floral archway PERGOLA
Pop group with a dedicated museum in Stockholm ABBA
“___ is mainly a catalog of blunders”: Churchill WAR
Means ABILITY
“The Burghers of Calais” sculptor RODIN
Cruella de Vil, for one DOGNAPPER
Beat oneself up over, say REGRET
Mimic APE
Little beef NIT
___ kicks (ab exercise) SCISSOR
Pitch-correcting devices AUTO-TUNERS
Tribe of southern Montana CROW
Range of knowledge KEN
School administrator DEAN
French for “born” NEE
Appalls DISMAYS
Aesthetically pretentious, informally ARTY-FARTY
___ card SIM
Ruby, e.g. GEMSTONE
Carter who portrayed Wonder Woman LYNDA
Noncommittal response to “You coming?” I MAY
Load off one’s mine? ORE
Homonym of 39-Down OAR
Trace of color TINGE
Wore HAD ON
Gallivants (about) GADS
Part of Q.E.D. ERAT
Ralph who founded the American Museum of Tort Law NADER
Got ready (for) PREPPED
Mosque leader IMAM
Launched BEGAN
Product once advertised with the line “The splendor of your skin” OLAY
Datum for a chauffeur, for short ETA
Take in, maybe ALTER
Supporter of Roosevelt’s agenda NEW DEALER
Actor whose breakout role came as a shirtless cowboy in “Thelma & Louise” BRAD PITT
Singles ONES
Hardly cheery DOUR
Hoppy request at happy hour ALE
Enlighten EDIFY
Wine barrel strip STAVE
Climate change, e.g. PERIL
Looked back on REMEMBERED
Alphabetized, say PUT IN ORDER
Wind farm output: Abbr. ELEC
Stink REEK
Split open BURST
Lorelei’s lure SIREN SONG
May honorees MOTHERS
Mad (at) SORE
___ Hill (’90s R&B group) DRU
Decoration at el Palacio Real de Madrid ORO
Where livestock eat FEEDLOT
Mastered DOWN PAT
Divide into three parts TRISECT
Pattern that’s hard to break RUT
Nasty looks GLARES
Lento or allegro TEMPO
Retreats DENS
Loggers’ competition ROLEO
Track SCENT
Rap lyrics, in slang BARS
Post-O.R. destination, often ICU
Doesn’t just assume ASKS
The Rockies, on scoreboards COL
Day ___ SPA
Sail fixed to a bowsprit JIB
“Darn!,” in Dortmund ACH!
Baseball’s dead-ball ___ (around 1900-20) ERA

NY Times Crossword 1 May 21, Saturday

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Like faces around a campfire at night UPLIT
One whose business is home-based? UMP
Part of a diplomatic address, maybe MADAM
Spot for an umbrella BEACH
Pickup line? NEED A RIDE?
Perfectly timed ON CUE
Fluffy four-footed friend ANGORA CAT
Fire ___ ANT
Smart remarks? OWS
Popular camp assemblies S’MORES
Aid in preventing a soup stain, maybe TIE CLASP
Passes ENACTS
They’re worn on the road BALD TIRES
Seljuk Empire citizen TURK
Cozy chairs for pairs LOVE SEATS
Word with base or combat … PAY
Side dish in Cajun cuisine DIRTY RICE
Vaccine target ARM
Acute bronchitis, familiarly CHEST COLD
Bill BEAK
Motif in much Christian art ADORATION
Squirt-squirt-squirt-squirt SPRITZ
Screwballs NUTCASES
W.W. I headgear TIN HAT
“It’s just OK” MEH
With 60-Across, East Asian cuisine style HOT …
Print source FINGERTIP
Go off with a hitch? ELOPE
Former home of the San Antonio Spurs ALAMODOME
“Ha, fell right into my trap!” GOT ‘EM
Neuter DESEX
See 52-Across … POT
Sudden blasts GUSTS

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In-depth subject for a war historian? U-BOAT
Tip with ink PEN NIB
Milk-producing LACTEAL
Frequent setting on “Chicago Med” ICU
Historic London venue THE OLD VIC
___ triple play, baseball feat rarer than a perfect game UNASSISTED
Chaps MEN
Cello quartet PEGS
Comedian Marc MARON
Peak overlooking Armenia’s capital ARARAT
Backgammon accessory DICE CUP
2019 sci-fi film starring Brad Pitt AD ASTRA
Came across MET
Break DOMESTICATE
Where many a drive ends, unfortunately WATER HAZARD
Hunk CLOD
Pursues for food, say PREYS ON
Hit high in the air SKY
Old-timey hearing aid EAR TRUMPET
Deep-fried British treat wrapped with sausage and bread crumbs SCOTCH EGG
Essayist who wrote “Newspapers always excite curiosity. No one ever lays one down without a feeling of disappointment” ELIA
Focus of middle management? ABS
Skink or gecko REPTILE
Places where things are all tied up? MARINAS
Throw back some Jack, say DO SHOTS
Checkers cry KING ME!
Online companion animal NEOPET
2021 Chinese zodiac sign THE OX
Inhibits STEMS
Classic moonroof alternative T-TOP
44-Downs, once FAD
Online qualifier IMO
___ Hoover, first lady before Eleanor Roosevelt LOU

NY Times Crossword 29 Apr 21, Thursday

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Response to a knock at the door, perhaps WOOF!
Vancouver Canucks’ mascot Fin, for one ORCA
Pet peeves? BATHS
Chuck HURL
Totally improvise WING
Deplete USE UP
First line of a three-line poem IT WOULD BE A SHAME …
What Yellowstone’s Old Faithful does about 17 times a day SPOUTS
Deal (with) COPE
Erector Set piece ROD
“Heart of Darkness” character who cries “The horror! The horror!” KURTZ
In 2020, they outsold CDs for the first time since 1986 LPS
Globe ORB
1st to 228th, in Manhattan: Abbr. STS
___ Solis, Obama-era secretary of labor HILDA
With 36- and 43-Across, second line of the poem … IF MY …
Pepper between jalapeño and cayenne on the Scoville heat scale SERRANO
John ___, husband of Pocahontas ROLFE
See 30-Across … HAIKU WERE …
Less forward COYER
Sticky stuff that drips down the side of a cone? PINE SAP
See 30-Across … TO BE …
David ___, boss on the British version of “The Office” BRENT
Apple or orange seed PIP
___ Victory, world’s oldest naval ship still in commission HMS
___ Paulo SAO
Less naïve WISER
Suggestion, colloquially REC
Sacha Baron Cohen character ALI G
Wet weather wear PONCHO
Final line of the poem … ONE SYLLABLE TOO LONG
Year-end reward BONUS
Real first name of singer Lorde ELLA
Writer ___ Stanley Gardner ERLE
“Yesssss!” SWEET!
“Nooooo!” DAMN!
Harmonica piece REED

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Removes quickly, with “away” WHISKS …
Yields OUTPUTS
“… not to mention everything else that could go wrong!” … OR WORSE
Scoff at FLOUT
Real head-turners OWLS
Free from, with “of” RID …
“Fast Money” channel CNBC
Like hallowed traditions AGE OLD
Certain ways to work BUSES
Wood in Louisville Sluggers ASH
Remove quickly, as a Band-Aid TEAR OFF
“Just go with it” HUMOR ME
Zoomed past SPED BY
Potato chip brand UTZ
Seeming APPARENT
Kitty litter? HAIRBALL
Finalize, as a deal INK
Jeweler’s magnifying glass LOUPE
A group of them is called un archipel ILES
“Seven Seas of ___” (Queen’s first radio hit) RHYE
Addison ___, high-earning TikTok personality RAE
Mined matter ORE
The 1, in 1-0 WIN
“Be reasonable, will you!” COME NOW!
Like an over-the-top display of wealth OBSCENE
Fig. on a college application AP SCORE
Big stupid mouth PIE HOLE
Beats THROBS
Shook up ROILED
Extended the duration of PROLONGED
Speak, as thou might SAYST
Hardship WOE
Bury INTER
Big do GALA
Strategy PLAN
Not just accept a wrong, say SUE
Racial justice movement since 2013, for short BLM