NY Times Crossword 16 Feb 22, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Weak hit BLOOP
Big hit SMASH
Speak disrespectfully to SASS
Hindi for “palace” MAHAL
Mischievous fairy PIXIE
“___ Homo” (Nietzsche book) ECCE
Worker designation coined by Upton Sinclair WHITE COLLAR
Key that’s never used alone: Abbr. CTRL
Sign of a packed house SRO
“Confound it!” DARN!
Disney mermaid ARIEL
Traditional folk song played by British and Australian ice cream trucks GREENSLEEVES
Devoid of pleasure JOYLESS
French trick-taking game ECARTE
Really bothered ATE AT
Doughnut shapes TORI
Get ready PREP
Envy source in Genesis 37 that hints at 18-, 24-, 49- and 58-Across COAT OF MANY COLORS
Steve with eight N.B.A. championships KERR
They’re placed in locks OARS
Signs of saints HALOS
Cry for help SAVE US!
Most likely to preen VAINEST
Upside, when down SILVER LINING
Characteristic TRAIT
“Understood” I SEE
“The Problem With ___” (documentary related to “The Simpsons”) APU
Letter after theta IOTA
Some sushi menu fish YELLOWTAILS
Tech review site C|NET
Like prunes vis-à-vis plums DRIER
Nonstudio film INDIE
Sedgwick of “The Closer” KYRA
“The Lorax” author SEUSS
Stun gun TASER


Clues Answers
X1, M2 and i3 BMWS
Cowardly Lion portrayer LAHR
Lima’s home OHIO
Nondairy milk option OAT
Promise that one will PLEDGE TO
Mushrooms produce them SPORES
Children’s author who wrote “People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day” MILNE
Rose of Guns N’ Roses AXL
“Cheap Thrills” singer, 2016 SIA
That ship HER
Important part ACTIVE ROLE
Rocky debris SCREE
What sex does, they say SELLS
Train units CARS
___ Lingus AER
Highlighter shades NEONS
Prognosticate with a crystal ball SCRY
Secular LAIC
Plug receptacle JACK
First Native American tribe to meet with Lewis and Clark OTOE
After quite some time YEARS LATER
Verdi opera originally titled “Amore e Morte” (“Love and Death”) LA TRAVIATA
Foot bones TARSI
Cherubic god EROS
“You there!” PSST!
Author Jonathan Safran ___ FOER
Rough up MAUL
Line when you’re late to the punch line OH, I GET IT
Dog doc VET
Features of some bike helmets VISORS
Freshly ANEW
Carrot’s counterpart STICK
Complaining about social media on Facebook, say IRONY
Frasier’s brother on “Frasier” NILES
Gives a hand AIDS
Ballet bend PLIE
Employer USER
R.B.’s stat YDS
Before, to Shakespeare ERE
Simu ___, star of “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” LIU
Santa ___, Calif. ANA