USA Today Crossword Answers – Sep 17 2022

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'At the ___, please leave your message' TONE
'Back of My Mind' singer HER
'Dr. ___ in the Multiverse of Madness' STRANGE
'I ___ love to!' WOULD
'Leave out the gross stuff next time!' TMI
A palm reader might read one LIFELINE
Ahi or toro TUNA
All confused MIXEDUP
Amethyst is a purple form of it QUARTZ
Ball-shaped solids SPHERES
Bharat Mata or Guanyin, e.g GODDESS
Bird-shaped marshmallow PEEP
Cheese in butter masala PANEER
Construction toy brand KNEX
Coolness under pressure POISE
Employee who parks cars VALET
Foot-long classroom tool RULER
Formally revise AMEND
Fruit-based ice cream parlor order BANANASPLIT
Genetic molecule DNA
Gift for a young illusionist MAGICSET
Handles tough times COPES
Hashtag for a blast-from-the-past pic TBT
Highest face cards KINGS
Horse food HAY
Joint above the shin KNEE
Large, stubby-tailed dog breed DOBERMAN
Last Greek letter OMEGA
Light form of theater OPERETTA
Like a creaking sound in the dark EERIE
Lyft competitor UBER
Milk jug quantity (Abbr.) GAL
Milky coffee add-in CREAM
New Haven Ivy League student YALIE
Painting and pottery, e.g ARTS
Peered at EYED
Pet's burst of energy ZOOMIES
Plenty AMPLE
Poetic tribute ODE
Prefix akin to 'mono' UNI
Provided with a meal FED
Quantity (Abbr.) AMT
Red root veggie BEET
Restaurant with carnitas and elote TAQUERIA
Reversed UNDID
Roast host EMCEE
Scribbly drawing DOODLE
Shoe brand repped by Skylar Diggins-Smith PUMA
Short hairdos BOBS
Simplicity EASE
Skewered meat dish SATAY
Skipping ___ (lakeside activity) STONES
Snack combo often served in two nesting bowls CHIPSANDDIP
Soccer game cheer OLE
Spirits made with juniper berries GINS
Stare open-mouthed GAWK
Starting sequence of chess moves OPENING
Stitch on a softball SEAM
Tattletale RAT
Teleprompter alternative CUECARD
Touches gently PATS
Tufahije fruit APPLE
Two-person trampoline trick DOUBLEBOUNCE
Unnamed author, for short ANON
Very excited AMPED
Wall St. debut IPO
Words before 'carte' or 'mode' ALA
Worn-down erasers NUBS
___ cabin LOG
___ date (when to turn in a paper) DUE
___ gow (card game) PAI