NY Times Crossword 17 Apr 22, Sunday

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Clues Answers
What flowers eventually do WILT
Children’s character who sings “I Love Trash” OSCAR
Ending with bald or bold -NESS
Issa of “The Lovebirds” RAE
On the drink ASEA
Must pay back OWE TO
Gross-sounding plant? YUCCA
Toll maker BELL
List from 1 to … … RANK
Overhead lights? HALOS
Spirit of a culture ETHOS
Shoots the breeze RAPS
One might help with a connection MODEM
Apt facial hair for a teacher? PENCIL MOUSTACHE
“Excuse me …” AHEM …
Rumrunner, e.g. BOOTLEGGER
Lime-A-___ (alcoholic beverage) RITA
Daughter of Polonius, in Shakespeare OPHELIA
Admitted it, with “up” FESSED
Bob Marley and the Wailers, for one REGGAE BAND
Passionate (about) MAD
Button often denoted by a right arrow SEND
China makes up much of it TEA SET
Big brass BASS TUBA
Like almost all prime numbers ODD
Lay down, in a way ASSERT
Word before shot and after hot POT
Spiritual object TOTEM
Words with “with words” A WAY …
It “lifts the veil from the hidden beauty of the world, and makes familiar objects be as if they were not familiar,” per Percy Bysshe Shelley POETRY
Bea Arthur was one before her acting career MARINE
Church minister DEACON
Breakfast brand tagline LEGGO MY EGGO
Taking Rx drugs ON MEDS
People in a long line, perhaps RULERS
Covered in long, soft hair PILOSE
Jupiter and Mars GODS
It’s spineless E-BOOK
Private aid grp. NGO
“Vital” things ORGANS
Stock paper, for short? WSJ
Orchestral prelude to an opera SINFONIA
Fairy tale sibling HANSEL
Beer ___, drinking/running event MILE
Deems right SEES FIT
Apt name for a landscaper? LON
“On the other hand, I could be wrong” MAYBE NOT
Crony PAL
One of a pair of kitchen tools PESTLE
Like anomalies STRANGE
Chrysler offering of the 1980s K-CAR
Wrestling duos TAG TEAMS
Over-the-counter seller DELI
Engaged in some circular reasoning BEGGED THE QUESTION
Put on APPLY
First line in a news story LEDE
Congas and bongos DRUMS
___ room ELBOW
Name that rhymes with “edgy” REGGIE
You are: Sp. ERES
Essays TRIES
Attack tactic SIEGE
Dragon roll ingredients EELS
Foreign exchange abbr. USD
Big name in skate shoes VANS
Cartomancy medium TAROT
Broadway musical centered around two girls in love, with “The” … PROM


Clues Answers
Affable WARM
Golfer Aoki ISAO
Help out LEND A HAND
Pay attention TAKE HEED
“How fancy!” OOH!
Exchange SWAP
Big star CELEB
Many, many A TON OF
The “R” of Edward R. Murrow ROSCOE
Kicked the ball between the legs of, in soccer slang NUTMEGGED
What Beatles music did at Abbey Road, famously ECHOED
Clean extensively SCOUR
Back talk SASS
Undergo a chemical change REACT
A Greek letter? ALPHA
Something ___ ELSE
Goes off on YELLS AT
Things that might get written down on sticky notes BRAINSTORMS
“Scary” Spice Girl MEL B
Response to “Who’s there?” IT’S ME
Some purchases for Christmas displays TREE STANDS
Unaccounted for, for short MIA
Identified PEGGED
On edge ANTSY
Safecrackers, in old-fashioned slang YEGGS
Rapper Kool Moe ___ DEE
Sight at a winery VAT
Body feature that approximately 10% of people have OUTIE
Plumbing pipe known as a trap U-BEND
Brings under control TAMES
Chord whose notes are played in succession ARPEGGIO
Comedian’s stage prop STOOL
Welsh guy BOYO
Something intricately detailed and impressive A WORK OF ART
Without SANS
Expecting, in slang PREGGERS
Most valued card in the deck ACE OF SPADES
Rock type EMO
Big name in chicken TYSON
Dream idly MOON
Chinese qipao, e.g. DRESS
Jazz pianist Blake who composed “Shuffle Along” EUBIE
Unrivaled ALONE
The Evian Championship is one of its majors: Abbr. LPGA
Formal festivities GALAS
Critic’s pick? NIT
Absolute beaut GEM
Resident of the capital of Manitoba WINNIPEGGER
Plod perseveringly SLOG
Ballet jump JETE
Zilch NIL
Maker of Ding Dongs and Twinkies HOSTESS
Puts up ANTES
Cooking ahead of time, say MEAL PREP
Chickpeas and peanuts, for two LEGUMES
1/1 ’til present: Abbr. YTD
“La” place in L.A. BREA
Actress Anna of “True Bloods” PAQUIN
News updates, with “the” LATEST
“Othello” character who quips “They are all but stomachs, and we all but food” EMILIA
Beer parties KEGGERS
Granted through a treaty CEDED
Land in Rome TERRA
On the wagon SOBER
___ cheese BLEU
Purchase for the den HDTV
Mission cancellation NO GO
Title Disney character from Hawaii LILO
Polite agreement YES’M
What you might get on a log flume ride WET