Ubercross Abecedaria Q



Q1. Where to find veejays

Q4. Like a rect.

Q8. Short on pizzazz

Q12. Suffix for top or typ

Q16. “Large” amount?

Q20. Iranian ruler ousted in 1979

Q24. Feldspar and Kryptonite

Q28. “Hurt” singer Johnny

Q32. King of drama?

Q36. Mmes., in Mexicali

Q40. Trawler’s haul

Q44. Nearly cyan

Q48. Word stated before we forget

Q52. “Smoke more weed, Turtle” speaker

Q53. Parisian’s stocking

Q56. Hamburg unit

Q57. Bldg. size unit

Q61. Branagh, in 1995’s Othello

Q62. Steven Wright’s “I intend to live forever. So far, so good,” e.g.

Q66. Pacific sea

Q67. . in :.-(

Q71. Put on a hook

Q72. Horse mackerel

Q76. Front to “space”

Q77. Biker’s bike, informally

Q81. Letting only a little blood back through

Q85. “[shrug]”

Q87. [several poo emoji]

Q91. Bibliophile’s suffix

Q92. “Sorry, Venkman…I’m terrified beyond the capacity for rational thought” speaker

Q96. Beverage store buy

Q97. Le monde ___ vie (the world and life)

Q101. McKellen and Somerhalder

Q102. Modern spelling?

Q107. Make haste for

Q110. Without holding back

Q114. Pea package

Q115. Detached, as from a bulletin board

Q117. Equipped so as to prevent capsizing

Q119. Despite difficulties, to use a topographical figure of speech

Q121. Not currently pieced together

Q123. Tied at the halfway point, in tennis

Q125. 2x4, in Mexico

Q126. Independent genetic material

Q127. Composer who wrote “The Miraculous Mandarin” ballet

Q128. Head lines?

Q130. Luann DeGroot’s love for years

Q132. Without any other choice

Q134. Peace ___ time

Q135. Unsuccessful liquor buyers

Q136. Director’s cry that’s said with a pause

Q137. Toy in a water fight

Q139. Get approval from

Q141. Readiest to go

Q143. A good number

Q145. Not correct

Q147. Flip-flop feature

Q149. Put out fresh light with

Q150. George and George W., e.g.

Q151. Honor thy promises

Q153. It “knows what the morning has never suspected,” per Jonathan Grimwood

Q155. Hails and praise

Q157. Men of war

Q158. Captured an image

Q160. Getaway from the home and office

Q162. Ranch worker

Q163. O’Hare or Newark Liberty

Q164. Objector’s words

Q165. Kid’s pains

Q166. “I’ve got the ___ to die. What I want to know is, do you have the ___ to live?” (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof)

Q168. Life-guiding ambition

Q169. Speech about half the room usually sits through resentfully, for short

Q172. Antony or Connelly

Q173. Busy hands

Q176. Oasis and Pulp’s genre

Q178. Designer for Nancy Reagan

Q180. Diane Nyugen portrayer (to her regret, as she’s not Vietnamese)

Q182. Wax Ready-Strips brand

Q183. Enzymes’ ends

Q184. Language of Zimbabwe

Q185. Many mail-order beauty products

Q187. Intentional-foul basketball strategy

Q189. Dumas trio

Q191. ID assigned to over 453 million people so far

Q193. “I am an unpopular electric ___ in a pool of catfish” (Edith Stillwell)

Q194. Bean used in perfume making

Q195. Sends via postage

Q197. It’s barely audible

Q199. “Beep boop bop bleep boop” speaker, informally

Q201. Approaching despite motion

Q204. Lip-flapping woman

Q206. Distinct flavors

Q208. Fife with a clear, bright tone

Q210. Latin phrase usually shortened

Q211. One of five, for short

Q212. They wear and file suits (abbr.)

Q213. Sacred introduction?

Q214. Where you might schedule shopping for a new Android phone, for short

Q215. With Los, birthplace of the Bomb

Q217. Cole Porter’s Indiana birthplace

Q218. “I want to see her legs” “news” producer Ailes

Q219. Orders for supplies (abbr.)

Q220. Sandy who sings, “You better shape up”

Q221. Game resembling horseshoes

Q224. Landless

Q226. It shows the principal action of a sentence

Q228. Layer of cake

Q230. Sell down the river

Q232. Paragraph-breakers?

Q234. Festival formed in response to another, monogrammatic festival

Q236. Boggy area

Q237. She controls it all behind the scenes

Q239. Petty soul

Q241. ___ about (approximately)

Q242. Brand immortalized in song by Paul Simon

Q243. Classic Nestle brand

Q244. Ash and friends, as Team Rocket insults them

Q245. Smallest change numbered on most protractors

Q247. Alien “neighbor”

Q249. Slightly slanted

Q250. Stylist’s touchup

Q252. Toy name from the Danish for “play well”

Q253. Comforting letters

Q255. Kardashian ex Lamar

Q257. Pharmaceutical-company div.

Q259. Mystery-crafter Stanley Gardner

Q260. Quiz, e.g.

Q262. Medical man (abbr.)

Q264. Wool source

Q266. Colorful

Q267. Like le mot juste

Q270. Way of the Cosmos (var.)

Q272. Not allowed in church

Q275. “…in days of ___ lang syne”

Q276. Soviet labor camps

Q277. Be bothered by

Q278. Beer, casually

Q279. Partner, in 2021

Q280. Brewer’s dryer

Q281. Emotionally rattled

Q282. Henri or Pierre

Q284. Envelope shape (abbr.)

Q286. Subj. for a future MBA

Q288. Million ___ March (anti-gun group)

Q290. Word after East or West

Q292. Locale of French Indochina?

Q294. Extracts carefully

Q297. Strict sergeants, say

Q299. Emptier in a vessel

Q302. Experian alternative

Q306. Appetizer like the contents of an Italian sub

Q307. “Pffft, doubt it!”

Q308. “Just to start…”

Q309. With bibulous boisterosity

Q311. Be the first to use

Q313. It seems a bit friendlier than the similar signoff that ends in “L”

Q314. Taiwan’s setting

Q315. Rotting

Q318. Do some yard work

Q320. Tackles moguls

Q322. On-screen avatar

Q324. Shipping weight deductions

Q326. Anti-skid systs.

Q328. “Puerto Rico’s best-known rum”

Q329. Evaluating parts of the software before the whole

Q332. Does knee bends

Q335. Cheap thieves

Q337. Like babies’ pinkie nails, informally

Q340. Ad phrase carrying less weight in the streaming era

Q342. Big structural changes

Q343. Pepys or Adams, briefly

Q344. “Just ___, skip and…”

Q345. Public humiliations

Q347. Early German and Austrian coins

Q348. “They ___ my path, they set forward my calamity” (Job 30:1)

Q351. More out of one’s gourd

Q353. Thrown entangler

Q355. Org. for a large party

Q356. Cotton swab

Q358. It’s in your jeans

Q360. Very funny thing

Q362. King of Israel who fell on his sword

Q364. Coats with Crisco, e.g.

Q365. “Respect is what we ___, love, what we give” (Philip James Bailey)

Q368. Train network Estonia and Latvia joined in 2020

Q369. Nobel biochemist Severo

Q370. Upswings

Q374. Toscanini and Iturbi, for two

Q375. Deadly skeeter

Q376. Box letters

Q378. 1953 Pulitzer winner for Picnic

Q379. Letter carriers’ gp.

Q380. Eponymous Grateful Dead breakup song

Q381. Hurry up and reach

Q383. Canadian phone greeting

Q384. Gadget with tunes

Q386. Air-conditioning unit?

Q388. Indian sage

Q390. Hypothetical missile- zapper, for short

Q392. “The College Dropout” West

Q394. Liberty or Victory

Q396. Hotel room door feature

Q398. Reach back across

Q401. Philly team

Q402. “If thou ___ ought amiss, mend it in thyself” (Proverb)

Q403. Human, or usually yellow-green crystal

Q404. Keepers of jewels

Q408. Haloed by nature

Q410. Body part guarded in soccer

Q411. Knuckleballer Wilhelm

Q412. Whiners

Q414. Stereotypical diner name

Q415. “If you liked it then you should’ve put a ring on it” singer, formally

Q417. Ang or Spike

Q418. Variable determining the false discovery rate

Q420. “...a man who was so pigheaded that he could be served at a ___” (Katie MacAlister)

Q422. Imitatio ___ (Biblical principle)

Q423. “Aw, go cry about it,” in gamer slang (because its letters resemble crying eyes)

Q425. Rainbow flag letters

Q427. Norse saint

Q429. Verne captain and others

Q430. “___” (The Princess Bride)

Q434. Mai ___ (kind of drink)

Q435. “___” (KFC)

Q440. Chucked

Q441. Low proportions

Q443. Grammy-winning bossa nova musician Gilberto

Q444. Figure (out)

Q445. Os longum or metatarsal

Q446. Echoes

Q448. With “back,” starting over

Q451. “Shyeah...right!”

Q453. Classic words of disbelief

Q455. “___” (Among Us)

Q457. Noted god of war

Q459. Releases reviewed by The Source

Q461. Unsettle

Q463. Asked someone to stop talking

Q467. In some systems it means “cancel,” not “copy”

Q469. Liszt’s “Piano Sonata ___ Minor”

Q470. Important move toward keeping the Cold War cold

Q471. Nuances of meaning

Q474. Facial piercing that’s relatively out of the way

Q476. “There’s always room for improvement” Ono (___ Dreams of Sushi)

Q477. Cryptozoologist’s quarry

Q479. Alison who stars as Ruth Wilder in GLOW

Q480. Skippy alternative

Q481. Sts.? No. Blvds.? Try again

Q482. Following consequently

Q483. Wyo. neighbor

Q485. Toddler’s “piggies”

Q487. Cry of discovery

Q488. Carrie Chapman who said, “In the adjustment of the new order of things, we women demand an equal voice; we shall accept nothing less”

Q490. “A likely story…”

Q493. “___ so!”

Q495. ___ the finish (competitive throughout)

Q496. Acrobat file

Q497. Ring holder

Q498. Famous children’s Dr.

Q499. T-shirt spec

Q500. Avoid detection

Q502. Hyundai or Renault

Q505. Biblical matriarch

Q506. ___ Ono

Q507. Comparatively solid

Q508. Itinerary abbrs.

Q509. Scornfully avoid

Q510. Curvy ones are smart, straight ones are dumb

Q514. Detailed map

Q516. What, to Dumas

Q518. Remains at a steel mill

Q520. Houston MLBer, for short

Q522. Likely singleton

Q524. Recommended safety limit

Q525. Furthest off the wall

Q527. Car of yore

Q528. Rotating blades

Q530. Something to doff

Q531. Tuition add-ons

Q533. Round a corner in Monopoly

Q536. Large studio lamp

Q539. Redundant “furthermore”

Q541. Beach battles

Q543. Kissy sound

Q544. Briefs’ inits.

Q545. Fraternal group

Q546. Lead singer’s backup

Q548. Reality show

Q551. Garnish for a Moscow Mule

Q553. Where Lux. Is

Q554. Frankfurter, slangily

Q557. Seven-Eleven treats

Q559. Go up on the Saffir- Simpson scale

Q561. Have a fancy (for)

Q562. “If ___ is strong, the ocean’s tides do not bother it” (Matshona Dhliwayo)

Q565. *scratches head*

Q568. Five-carbon sugar

Q569. Objectives among gal pals

Q573. Tough alloy

Q574. Farm femme

Q575. Frisbee field, perhaps

Q576. Some say the happiest two days in its owner’s life are the day they buy it and the day they sell it

Q577. Chain offering burritos

Q580. “We’re getting off track,” in texting

Q581. India’s ___ Pradesh

Q583. She’s too good to work for free

Q584. Old Chrysler

Q586. “This day we fight!” franchise, for short

Q588. Lock up, as a jury

Q590. Eye inspired by Shaker barns’ hex symbols to ward off evil spirits

Q592. Himalayan escort

Q596. “Able was ___ I saw Elba”

Q597. Puts on the line?

Q599. Horned critter

Q600. Line former

Q601. Find ___ footing: get one’s balance

Q602. ___ regia

Q603. [gestures proudly at one’s own handiwork]

Q606. Choose the group who’ll evaluate the case

Q609. Group that delivers a verdict

Q610. No Westminster contender

Q611. Big name in the freezer section

Q612. Building blocks

Q613. Emulated Groucho Marx

Q615. Chattering vibrantly

Q618. Knit goods problem

Q620. Enclosed securely

Q621. Spielberg’s passion

Q623. “___ an arrow…”

Q624. Mt. Hood’s state

Q625. Slender and graceful

Q626. Hard one

Q627. Breastbones

Q628. Cherokee ___, Georgia’s flower

Q629. “Business as ___”

Q630. Makes poor use of

Q632. Comic strip featuring “Thirsty” Thurston

Q633. Take out for dinner, say

Q634. Hair extensions?

Q637. Like some early learning, for short

Q638. Crucial hour, informally

Q639. “It’s ___ real, but…”

Q640. [eye roll] “That explains ___”

Q642. Quebecois comrades

Q644. Smelting byproduct

Q645. De-intensifying shades

Q647. It can be neither created nor destroyed (abbr.)

Q648. Harriet Beecher, hubby, and son

Q650. Exodus subj.

Q651. Loathe

Q652. Surfing or curling

Q653. Command posts (abbr.)

Q654. Cyrus the Great defeated them

Q655. River fish

Q656. Rodgers product

Q657. City Hall bigwig

Q660. Saint-___

Q661. Wingdings, for one

Q662. Gravy, on a French menu

Q663. Curator’s deg.

Q664. Data document

Q667. Closes, in days gone by

Q669. Backwards glance on a ship?

Q672. Apartment stat

Q674. EMT hookups

Q675. Exaggerate one’s achievements

Q677. XIV × L

Q679. Logistical mgr. for the Dept. of State

Q680. Up to date

Q681. In the center of

Q683. Sport-___ (multiterrain vehicle)

Q684. 2012 Nintendo debut

Q685. But, in Aachen

Q686. Borage and tansy

Q687. Beatles tune “Things We ___ Today”

Q688. Sex advisor Savage

Q690. La ___ (Italian opera house)

Q693. Overseas mail room still considered US terr.

Q694. Flatten a building

Q695. Hawaiian pair?

Q698. Marmalade component

Q699. Brandy label letters

Q700. Intelligence-seeking plants?

Q702. What Apple names after cats and geography

Q703. Change color, as leaves

Q705. Blood test expense

Q707. Margins of victory, in horse races

Q709. December syllables

Q711. Czech martyr

Q713. Gelatin capsules

Q715. Kabuki costume adornment

Q716. Like some lager

Q721. “There is no ___ a fart…” (Ernest Hemingway)

Q723. “Some website posted this article...”

Q725. French kings

Q726. Some Spanish medals

Q727. Keep ___: continue

Q728. Target coupon type

Q729. Some voices

Q731. Small sound

Q734. Humorous remark.

Q735. Airport shuttle, often

Q736. Vaccine visionary

Q737. Penetrate, with “through”

Q738. Commoner

Q742. City NNE of San Francisco

Q744. Fought

Q747. “Que ___-je?” (“What do I know?”, in France)

Q748. Bring up into the world

Q749. Natural seasoning

Q751. ___ part: pretend

Q753. Wheat used in health food

Q754. First word of a two-word holiday

Q756. Largest lake in Wales

Q757. Convened in

Q758. ___cotta

Q759. Thou, in Tours

Q760. Long, heroic poem

Q761. Words before instant or emergency

Q762. Sources of materials

Q763. Bits of folk wisdom

Q765. Time for some local newscasts

Q766. Overclouded

Q769. Former Atlanta arena

Q770. What hands are made of

Q771. Comics antiheroine known for having (and ultimately leaving) a toxic boyfriend

Q775. Engage, as gearwheel teeth

Q776. Narrative (abbr.)

Q777. Suffix with real

Q778. “___” (Seinfeld)