LA Times Crossword 28 Nov 20, Saturday

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Number Clues Answers
1 Filtered messages SPAM
5 Walk, e.g. GAIT
9 Disreputable SLIMY
14 Get sucked into, in a way HATE-WATCH
16 Choice word EENIE
17 Certain charger AC ADAPTER
18 Opposite of après AVANT
19 Director’s cut, perhaps RERELEASE
20 Discovery FIND
21 It may be slashed PRICE
22 Curiosity shop stock EXOTICA
25 Tray opening ASH-
27 “Fake” salon service SPRAY TAN
28 Tool box? SHED
31 Trenton Thunder, for one AA TEAM
33 Stop on the road INN
34 Adulterate (with), perhaps LACE
35 Bite harmlessly NIP AT
36 Feet treat PEDI
37 Japanese salad veggie UDO
38 Aussie agreement OK, MATE
39 “__ sow … ” AS YE
40 Low-fat, low-sodium regimen RICE DIET
42 Noble title DON
44 Got off the point STRAYED
45 Religion involving ritual magic WICCA
49 Possible swing result MISS
50 Rare medical service HOUSE CALL
54 Stuns, in a way TASES
55 “Terrible idea” I THINK NOT
56 Pop superstar from Tottenham ADELE
57 Smarts GOOD SENSE
58 Like contested divorces MESSY
59 Villainous giggle HE-HE
60 Batik artist DYER


Number Clues Answers
1 Quick-witted SHARP
2 Hoosier State NBAer PACER
3 Gaming pioneer ATARI
4 The ’70s, in a Tom Wolfe essay “ME” DECADE
5 “Um, what?” expression GAPE
6 “__ way!” ATTA
7 Street fair treats ICES
8 Term trademarked by Lakers’ coach Pat Riley, even though the team never achieved one under his leadership THREE-PEAT
9 Spume at the shore SEA FOAM
10 Joshing LEVITY
11 Silly comments INANITIES
12 Pleasurable diversions, informally MIND CANDY
13 Still YET
15 Dylan Thomas’s home WALES
23 Like the 1972 film “Fritz the Cat,” originally X-RATED
24 Miss Hannigan’s charge ANNIE
26 Pocket square, e.g. HANKIE
27 March VIP ST PAT
28 Sounds tipsy, maybe SLURS
29 Was on Easy Street HAD IT MADE
30 Oil spills, e.g. ECOCRISES
32 Aspired AIMED HIGH
36 Lost one’s cool PANICKED
38 Hardly a quick jaunt ODYSSEY
41 Whiteboard props EASELS
43 1936 Olympics standout OWENS
46 Clever CANNY
47 Conclusion CLOSE
48 Get to fit ALTER
51 Chiwere-speaking native OTOE
52 “I’m toast” UH-OH
53 Toast, sometimes SIDE
54 Flat-topped cap TAM