The Washington Post Crossword Answers – Apr 3 2020

Daily crossword solution for the L.A. Times Daily – Apr 3 2020. The Wall Street Journal Crosswords are very hard some times, we will help you to finish the tricky definitions.
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Clues Answers
‘Get outta here!’ SCAT
‘Rhyme Pays’ rapper ICET
‘Roots’ author Haley ALEX
‘You grabbed the wrong Stephen King movie’? THATSNOTIT
1979 sci-fi classic with three sequels and two prequels ALIEN
Actress Graff ILENE
Ain’t fixed? ISNT
Ancient queen, familiarly CLEO
Annapolis sch USNA
Backbone or spine GRIT
Better, to a rapper ILLER
Bit of ink TAT
Brew holder KEG
British jazz element? ZED
Bubble, in a way BOIL
Chicago airport code ORD
Chinese and Indians ASIANS
Close SHUT
Concerning kidneys RENAL
Cry from a card holder UNO
Diamond strategies BUNTS
Emanated (from) AROSE
Essay about a 2015 Christina Applegate movie? ONVACATION
Fallon’s predecessor LENO
Fan belt? ARENA
Flower girl, perhaps NIECE
Frequent winner ACE
From the top ANEW
Future doc’s subj ANAT
Garden tool SPADE
Give or take ABOUT
Give up QUIT
Go to pieces PANIC
Have a sudden inspiration? GASP
Imaret, say INN
Immigrant’s subj ESL
In style again RETRO
Initials before a state’s name, sometimes USS
Is amused by GRINSAT


Clues Answers
Juegos Olímpicos prize ORO
Like some numerals ARABIC
Little lie FIB
Magical phrase starter ABRA
Matter COUNT
Messages sent from cells TEXTS
Modeling wood BALSA
Most closely related NEAREST
Move, in Realtor-speak RELO
Nestlé product suffix QUIK
Never heard of a 1996 Robin Williams movie? DONTKNOWJACK
Not true LYING
Paella pot OLLA
Plane, e.g TOOL
Profits (from) LEARNS
Racing craft SCULL
Rainbow flag component COLOR
Rap name contraction LIL
Rattle FAZE
Road crew’s supply TAR
Roof worker TILER
Sainted historian BEDE
Same-state opponent, often RIVAL
Scruggs’ strings BANJO
Sexually attractive NUBILE
Shannon’s county CLARE
Snatch GRAB
Son or daughter, often HEIR
Start a 2001 Keanu Reeves movie? PLAYHARDBALL
Sweater outlet? PORE
The Parthenon, e.g RUINS
Townshend of The Who PETE
Unsettled states SNITS
Weight allowance TARE
When Juliet says, ‘Go ask his name’ ACTI
Wipes away ERASES
Words on a spine TITLE
__ fee USER
__ symbol STATUS