NY Times Crossword 10 Mar 21, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Soft “seat” in the woods MOSS
Things that may be hot or dropped MICS
It’s a lot to assume BIG IF
Shocked response to Brutus ET TU?
Come back ECHO
Cropped up AROSE
Good name for an average Joe NORM
Related AKIN
Moving gracefully LITHE
Start of a saying about getting in the way TOO MANY COOKS …
Acid’s opposite ALKALI
Mad as a hatter MESHUGA
Wrangler alternative LEE
Start of a saying about negative influence ONE BAD APPLE …
Rocker Bob SEGER
Elizabeth I, for one TUDOR
Center of a sting operation? WASP
Small, flat-bottomed boat SKIFF
Stereotypical clown name BOBO
Concede ALLOW
“The Persistence of Memory” and “Lobster Telephone” DALIS
Start of a saying about parental discipline SPARE THE ROD …
Ply the needle SEW
Quick, possibly controversial bit of commentary HOT TAKE
Body of work OEUVRE
Warning you might give before revealing the endings of 20-, 29- and 45-Across? SPOILER ALERT
Like some shrimp and jets JUMBO
“Argo” or “Fargo” FILM
The McCoys, e.g. CLAN
___-American (like about 6% of the U.S.) ASIAN
Title matchmaker in an 1815 novel EMMA
James or Jones of jazz ETTA
Junior and senior YEARS
Common medical advice REST
Harvest REAP


Clues Answers
Like solving crosswords MENTAL
Eight-time Oscar nominee for Best Actor O’TOOLE
Action in tennis, swimming and golf STROKE
Highest, on a diploma SUMMA
Polysemous words have multiple of these MEANINGS
Repulsive ICKY
Smart CHIC
California county north of Marin SONOMA
Refuses to carry out BALKS AT
They’re usually packed on St. Patrick’s Day IRISH PUBS
Caught GOT
“Kinda” ISH
Finder’s ___ FEE
Common cosmetics component ALOE
Subj. of Charlotte Brewer’s “Treasure-House of the Language” OED
Popular prom hairstyle UPDO
Apt rhyme for “blob” GLOB
Sleek, in auto-speak AERO
Hair-raising cry EEK!
Bouquet thrower BRIDE
Place to watch a game with friends SPORTS BAR
Draw, colloquially WASH
Prime Cuts Extra Gravy brand ALPO
Strip in the bedroom, maybe SLAT
Partner of away FAR
Tripping hazard FLOOR MAT
Boomerangs for Aboriginal Australians, e.g. WEAPONS
It might occur to you IDEA
Ring ref’s decision TKO
Calfless cow HEIFER
Slender SVELTE
After-meal amenity WET NAP
Worrier’s ailment, it’s said ULCER
Garnish for a gimlet LIME
Classic boulevard liners ELMS
Noisy bird JAY
Application USE
Hamm with two Olympic gold medals MIA