Category: USA Today
9-October-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Daily Crossword Puzzle Answers

  1. Varnish ingredient
  2. Work up a sweat
  3. Most Michener novels
  4. Sent via PC, perhaps
  5. Install, as a new senator
  6. Meeting handout
  7. Ankle pic, perhaps
  8. In advance of
  9. Holds a grudge against
  10. Sherry in a blue bottle
  11. Play the wrong ball, say
  12. Subtle Excuse me . . .
  13. Chamber music woodwind
  14. Tennis great Nastase
  15. Allow to join
  16. We build. We fight military member
  17. Fairway mower maker
  18. Prohibition ___
  19. To this point
  20. Leading the pack
  21. Trunk attachments
  22. Footwear with closed lacing
  23. Bit of deceit
  24. Left ones seat
  25. Drink with a polar bear mascot
  26. Clarinet or 37-Down
  27. Place to soak
  28. In unison
  29. Answered a charge, in court
  30. Not at all lumpy
  31. Workers with antennae
  32. Full of moxie
  33. Marinated steak
  34. Not hunched over
  35. How great minds think, its said
  36. Cant stomach
  37. Playpen toy
  38. Flag down
  39. Be deserving of
  40. Speak silently
  41. ___ fly (RBI producer)
  42. Nyquist and Justify, for two
  43. Wikipedias lack
  44. Hang in a hammock
  45. Highly prized
  46. College applicant, usually
  47. Volvo competitor, once
  48. Create seams
  49. Out-of-control crowd
  50. Colorful salamanders
  51. Boot camp affirmative
  52. Jannings, the first Oscar winner
  53. Didnt pay up front
  54. Financially secure
  55. What an idiot I am!
  56. Pilates class needs
  57. It matters to me
  58. Cotillion attendee, for short
  59. Prince Harrys hair color
  60. Square-muzzled dog
  61. Part of a tire swing
  62. Org. with a closing bell
  63. Symbol of bondage
  64. Gaming table bones
  65. Many a reggae artist
  66. Palm yield
  67. Have a go at
  68. Towels off
  69. Travelers reservation
  70. Flower with floating pads
  71. Eye salaciously
  72. Fanzine figure
  73. How toys may be rated
  74. Core muscles, briefly
  75. The Bee Gees, e.g.
  76. Left ones seat
  77. Post-Mardi Gras
  78. Coolidge with two Grammys