USA Today Crossword Answers – Mar 5 2020

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‘Blerg’ UGH
‘I’m ___ ears’ ALL
‘It ___ been easy’ HASNT
‘Leave it ___!’ (‘I got this!’) TOME
‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer Lovato DEMI
‘That tracks’ IBET
‘The Jetsons’ dog ASTRO
‘Well, golly!’ AWGEE
‘X marks the ___’ SPOT
‘___ Colors’ (Cyndi Lauper hit) TRUE
Aviator Earhart AMELIA
Base metal of steel IRON
Bedside awakener ALARM
Big name in handbags KATESPADE
Big snakes BOAS
Bit of news UPDATE
Cheese from the Netherlands GOUDA
Climbing plant VINE
Clothing labels TAGS
Come out of hiding EMERGE
Comes to a close ENDS
Convent member NUN
Detonation sound BOOM
Does bad things SINS
Don’t get discouraged TAKEHEART
Dropping-into-water sound PLOP
Electronics brand RCA
Environmental activist Brockovich ERIN
Fall beverage CIDER
Fashion star Heidi KLUM
Feature of some horror films GORE
Feeder on the farm TROUGH
Female pheasant HEN
Foot bottom SOLE
Fourth pg. of a calendar APR
Give a leg up to BOOST
Go get married in secret ELOPE
Gold in a thin layer GILT
Got checkmated, e.g LOST
Grant permission ALLOW
Hawaiian word of peace and love ALOHA
Hexagon, for one SHAPE
Invited on a date ASKEDOUT
Japanese wrestling form SUMO
Jump from a board above a pool DIVE
Li’l cat KITTY
Like so THUSLY
Like some two-option questions YESNO
Love to pieces ADORE
Luggage-inspecting org TSA
Make it through to REACH
Mongolian tent YURT
Movie excerpts CLIPS
One side of the ‘Cola Wars’ PEPSI
Pasta sauce brand RAGU
Pet checker VET
Place to catch catchers and pitchers BASEBALLDIAMOND
Puts into office ELECTS
Razor company that owns MEL Magazine DOLLARSHAVECLUB
Ready, willing and ___ ABLE
Red ‘Sesame Street’ character ELMO
Ripped up TORN
Rwandan hero Rusesabagina PAUL
Sandals might leave them TANLINES
Savage who co-hosted ‘MythBusters’ ADAM
School graduate, for short ALUM
Sea creature that might bark SEAL
Some pretzels, shape-wise RODS
Sources of acorns OAKS
Spanish bulls TOROS
Sticky stuff GOOP
Suffix for ‘profit’ or ‘puppet’ EER
Swedish pop quartet ABBA
Ten Commandments pronoun THOU
Triangular Greek letter DELTA
Wedding phrase IDO
Winfrey who starred in ‘Beloved’ OPRAH
Workplace note MEMO