Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers – Jul 2 2018 – Sad to Say

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Across

Clues Answers
‘Buy It Now’ site EBAY
‘It’s the End of the World ___ Know It (And I Feel Fine)’ (R.E.M. song) ASWE
‘Need me to do that?’ SHALLI
Abrasive stuff GRIT
Article worn under a blouse BRA
Baseball great Gehrig LOU
Bean NOGGIN
Bedding material STRAW
Before long, poetically ANON
Bereaved birds? MOURNINGDOVES
Bolt’s partner NUT
Boundary EDGE
Building levels STORIES
Building wing ELL
Bummed-out barrier? WAILINGWALL
Catching some z’s ASLEEP
Caught what was going around GOTSICK
Charged (up) HET
China on the Discovery Channel EDD
Choices for expectant parents NAMES
Classic computer game set on a deserted island MYST
Compton’s state, to rappers CALI
Considering everything INALL
Depilatory brand with ‘short shorts’ ads NAIR
Devastated, with ‘to’ LAIDWASTE
Diver Louganis GREG
Ecuador’s capital QUITO
Exclamation of understanding AHA
Explorer da Gama VASCO
Extreme course correction UTURN
Febreze targets ODORS
Feels natural COMESEASY
Forlorn feeling? CRYINGSHAME
Former gig for Amy Poehler, for short SNL
Friendly femme AMIE
Gave medicine to DOSED
Gene messenger RNA
Golf’s Ernie ELS

Down

Clues Answers
Great enthusiasm ZEST
Grows older AGES
High-minded values? IQS
Huge number BILLION
Istanbul native TURK
Lowest voice BASS
Major food fish SHAD
Metric prefix meaning 46-Across GIGA
No. that phishers are after SSN
Odometer units MILES
Oklahoma, before 1907, for example: Abbr TERR
One of the earth sciences GEOLOGY
Persevere SOLDIERON
Place to eat while training? DININGCAR
Pottery-firing oven KILN
Prurient posters PINUPS
Quaint directions word YON
Reply to the impatient NOTYET
Reserve, as a room BOOK
River part DELTA
Select group ELITE
Ship’s ropes and cables RIGGING
Shoelace feature, often BOWKNOT
Slack off LAZE
Sound catcher EAR
Squeeze (out) EKE
Strands at a ski lodge, maybe ICESIN
Tearful tree? WEEPINGWILLOW
Tenant’s payment RENT
They’re often closed after dark EYES
Tolled RANG
Undercover agent’s mike WIRE
Valhalla ruler ODIN
Video chat need CAM
What a stray may lack IDTAG
Whoopee cushion filler AIR
Words often said with hands on cheeks OHNO
Zig instead of zag, say ERR