The Washington Post Crossword Answers – Apr 11 2021

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‘A Hard Road to Glory’ author ASHE
‘All That Jazz’ director FOSSE
‘Copacabana’ showgirl LOLA
‘Criminal Minds’ agent played by Matthew Gray Gubler REID
‘Dream on!’ ASIF
‘East of Eden’ director Kazan ELIA
‘My Heart Will Go On’ singer DION
‘The Lion King’ lion NALA
‘Your turn’ OVER
14th-century Russian ruler IVANI
1994 Peace co-Nobelist PERES
24-hr. conveniences ATMS
Absorbent fabric TERRY
Actress Cornish of ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ ABBIE
Acts disrespectfully toward SASSES
Affect GETTO
Ancient colonnade STOA
Ancient Greek medical researcher GALEN
Ancient Greek theater ODEON
Appear ACT
Artist El __ GRECO
Asmara is its capital ERITREA
Attending USC, e.g INLA
Author Rita __ Brown MAE
Author’s assumed character PERSONA
B&O and Reading RRS
Bad day for Caesar IDES
Bad look LEER
Bakery buy TART
Ballpark figs MGRS
Beginning OUTSET
Big East team PITT
Big name in water filters BRITA
Bonneville racing venue SALTFLATS
Brainstorm IDEA
Brings (out) TROTS
Carry away ELATE
Catering supply STERNO
Chewie’s pal HAN
City on the Po TURIN
Clerical vestments ALBS
Coastal flier ERN
Cold shower? SLEET
Commercials ADS
Corporate symbols LOGOS
Country music sound TWANG
Country rocker Steve EARLE
Court command ORDER
D-Day craft LSTS
D-Day French city STLO
Daisylike bloom ASTER
Delhi dairy drink LASSI
Dialogue-stopping button? MUTE
Did a flower garden task DEADHEADED
Do a yard job MOW
Double agent Aldrich AMES
Drill wielder: Abbr DDS
Dues payer: Abbr MEM
Egg cells OVA
Einstein’s ‘m’ MASS
Excessively TOAFAULT
Father-and-son actors ALDAS
Fire remnant EMBER
Fits to __ ATEE
Flip-flop THONG
Flower named for its color and shape BLUEBELL
Future educator’s goal TEACHINGCERTIFICATE
Got the point? SCORED
Half a fly TSE
Hang (around), as with a friend PAL
Heaps affection (on) DOTES
Helped plan a job, maybe ABETTED
Highland wear KILT
Holiday that marks the end of Ramadan EID
In pieces ASUNDER
Ingratiate ENDEAR
Irish nationalist Robert EMMET
It’s against the motion NOVOTE
Japanese drama NOH
Law firm standout LEGALEAGLE
Lay down the law LEGISLATE
Left, as a sinking ship ABANDONED
Light songs LILTS
Like Joel Goodson’s business, in a 1983 film RISKY
Like marathons LONG
Likely APT
Liquid transfer device SIPHON
Live for evil, say? ANAGRAM
Luxury FRILL
Make stout FATTEN
Manners MODES
Marines NCO SSGT
Maryland’s Fort __ MEADE
More than simmer BOIL
NBC weekend fixture, briefly SNL
Near-perfect bridge feat SMALLSLAM
Nickname for Esther TESS
Obtain by trickery WANGLE
Office alerts MEMOS
Olympics segment EVENT
Out with permission, maybe ONLEAVE
Page-bottom abbr CONTD
Part of A.D ANNO
Penny attachment SAVER
Perfume name ESTEE
Perth protest OCH
PGA rival of Tiger PHIL
Piano’s soft pedal, for one DAMPER
Places to hang HAUNTS
Probably not a good sign at a picnic ANT
Proverbial bone breakers STICKS
Put on a jury EMPANEL
Rabbit predators STOATS
Respectful greeting SALUTE
Sleek, for short AERO
Some ‘ER’ roles RNS
South American shocker ELECTRICEEL
Spanish ‘that’ ESA
Stay afloat, in a way TREADWATER
Surrounded by AMIDST
Swordfish __ STEAK
Symbols in some pop group names COMMAS
Tennis star Osaka NAOMI
Tennis umpire’s order after odd-numbered games … and a hint to the two sets of circled letters in each of eight answers CHANGEENDS
Terrible time? AGETWO
Tight headgear DORAG
Toy with runners SLED
U.S. govt. broadcaster VOA
Vietnam War defoliant AGENTORANGE
Warm, in a game NEAR
Way off AFAR
Wheel alignment TOEIN
Word containing three of itself ESSES
Words in some pop group names ANDS
Wrap in a bandage SWATHE
Young __ UNS
__ oil SHALE
__ school MED