Category: Wall Street Journal
10-September-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Letter after theta
  2. “___ Around” (Beach Boys song)
  3. Revolutionary War general Thomas
  4. Aid for a novice bowler
  5. Milk buy
  6. Rich cake
  7. Ruby with an Emmy and a Grammy
  8. Period with mammoth consequences for the environment?
  9. Physicist Ohm
  10. 1972 legislation prohibiting sex discrimination in schools
  11. Startling revelations
  12. Willie in the Baseball Hall of Fame
  13. Blessing
  14. “Keep out of my business,” and a hint to 19-, 32- and 39-Across
  15. Ribald
  16. Lavish party
  17. Anderson of “WKRP in Cincinnati”
  18. Dukes athletic org.
  19. Exchanges
  20. “Deal me a hand!”
  21. Inset in the corner of a game screen
  22. 35 to be president, e.g.
  23. Prom accessories
  24. Panache
  25. You might take one from a mountaintop
  26. Tibetan monk
  27. Bygone Swedish autos
  28. Sty resident
  29. Element component
  30. Try for a part
  31. Beast and Cyclops, for two
  32. Tchotchke
  33. “Matilda” author Dahl
  34. Close
  35. David Bowies rock genre
  36. Anxious
  37. Playoff passes
  38. Opposite of 23-Across
  39. Reentry destination
  40. Lose control on the road
  41. What a devout Muslim uses five times daily
  42. Like Fred Flintstone, sartorially
  43. Bibliography abbr.
  44. Meager
  45. Like gallery attendees, maybe
  46. Opposite of 34-Across
  47. Fill up, in a way
  48. Similar
  49. Pucker-producing
  50. Aid for a tanker captain
  51. Bus driver on “The Simpsons”
  52. Extol the virtues of
  53. It wasnt built in a day, they say
  54. Cost as much as
  55. Closes
  56. Auditory inputs
  57. “Gymnopédies” composer Erik
  58. Bonobo, e.g.
  59. Surname in a Brontë book
  60. Tel ___
  61. Sledding spot
  62. Aid for a sleepy driver
  63. Statistician Silver
  64. Shankar with a sitar
  65. Cheshire Cat trademark
  66. Leaving home, perhaps
  67. Letter before theta
  68. Days long past
  69. Sty resident
  70. Peach, pear or pecan
  71. Machine that used DOS 1.0
  72. Test in a tube, for short