Ubercross Abecedaria S


S1. In vain

S5. American Bandstand and New Year’s host of many years

S10. Big enchilada

S14. There are four in a deck of cards

S18. Turn to mush

S22. ___ pat of butter on

S26. Store-bought neurotransmitters

S31. Carry, as something heavy

S35. Add this to “Bat” to get Batman’s sidekick’s old profession

S39. Half a handball match

S43. Bonnie Raitt album Luck of the ___

S47. In ___: booooored

S51. Burst (with)

S52. In comparable shape

S57. Six-Day War peninsula

S58. Org. with Danielle Collins, Madison Keys, Claire Liu, Alycia Parks, Jessica Pegula and Shelby Rogers

S61. “Thank U, Next” singer Grande

S64. Begin step by step

S68. “Hangin’ Around with You” lyricist

S75. Shetland sweater style

S79. Orbital vertices

S81. Slips away

S84. Ancient beverage of fermented honey

S88. Hothouse collection

S90. E-ddress symbols

S93. Sluggish

S94. Video game avatars

S98. You could use it to play scales at La Scala

S99. Haydn and Biden, e.g.

S102. Green lights

S105. Like some Carvel ice cream

S109. Comedian André

S110. Part 1 of instructions

S114. Instructions, part 2

S115. Instructions, part 3

S116. Instructions, part 4

S117. Instructions, part 5

S119. Instructions, part 6 (continued near the bottom)

S125. Disowns

S128. First section to get airline pretzels, usually

S129. Youskevitch of ballet

S130. Poirot’s epithet

S132. Line of Swanson meals

S133. With the most fight in her

S135. Lorgnette’s relative

S137. Oxford final

S139. Clouds the mind of

S141. She likes things pretty

S142. Juice suppliers

S144. Soap writer hatches a plot about an Iranian coin?

S145. Bothers

S146. Guide to a website

S148. Anakin’s last words as Anakin

S150. TV ally of Hercules

S151. McSorley’s product

S154. Lateen or jib

S155. Napoleon or Holy Roman (abbr.)

S156. Advancement aid

S157. Tried out with

S159. “Can’t hit the broad side of ___!”

S160. Great Barrier Island

S163. Brown shade

S164. 1960s United Nations leader

S166. Goal for many a HS dropout

S167. Perfect

S168. Makes seawater potable

S169. Material in shopping carts, barbed wire, and nails

S170. “10-4!”

S171. Sweet wines

S172. Word with a meaning about which many people are puzzled: it means “puzzles”

S173. New Hampshire town on a lake

S174. Film the rehearsals on Dancing With the Stars

S175. Disreputable, slangily

S177. Cause to go

S179. Sign of an idea?

S181. Blue-green alga

S184. Buckminster Fuller structures

S186. They cross the blind

S188. Bigger pic (abbr.)

S189. Corrida rah

S190. YouTube genre [whispers] heard like this

S192. Securely fixed in place

S194. Handles OK

S195. Horizon, to a skipper

S196. Reasons for a cap screw? (abbr.)

S197. Give up

S198. Youngest French Open champ

S200. Pensioner’s status (abbr.)

S201. Score a point in wrestling

S202. Selfie, e.g.

S203. Simple signatures

S205. The Great Depression or the Great Recession

S206. Like a fly-by-night vendor’s wares

S207. Pro who works with Nurse Jackie

S209. Greek goddess with a month named for her

S211. The street where elles live

S212. Conclude, with up

S214. ___ in years (age)

S216. Address akin to monsieur

S217. Where to see trots and slots

S219. Aren’t any more

S220. “Fire and Desire” singer Marie

S221. Forgets to put in

S226. Going wild for an extended period

S233. Part of iOS (abbr.)

S234. Forehead-nose-chin region

S235. Once-descriptive term for online hookups; nowadays, most hookups implicitly

S237. Petco brand

S238. In its defense, this insurance co. did repay the gov’t its bailout money

S239. Form check box option

S240. Sticky bug trap

S244. Goes to a warmer place, perhaps

S246. Say, “Come here, it’s okay, no one’s gonna hurt you,” e.g.

S248. Assailed aurally

S251. Doberman command

S253. “___ creature was stirring...”

S255. Reason for action

S256. They gave you a nine-digit ID

S257. Schwann cells, e.g.

S261. Bones main character’s real first name

S266. As the light fades

S268. Convenient breakfast fare

S273. Forged licenses, e.g.

S280. Fleet, Wall, etc. (abbr.)

S281. Sweetsop

S283. WWIII-averting program revived in 2019

S284. Atlas stats

S285. Drinks like a kitten

S286. ___ diem (feature of regular full- or part-time work)

S288. Villainess in The Little Mermaid

S290. Alternate name for a Kazakhstan-Uzbekistan body of water

S292. “Go on now!”

S294. Cut away

S296. “All in favor, say aye” procedures

S298. Reposting to a million followers, e.g.

S305. At full speed, in poesy

S306. Dept. of Educ. concern

S307. Formal phone call response

S308. “I’ve Just ___ Face” (Beatles song)

S309. Shitwits

S312. “I’m sorry?” interjections

S315. Synesthetic experience

S317. Tahoe or Sequoia

S318. Ben & Jerry’s receptacle

S319. Spot for system-restoration files

S320. Are recognized

S322. “Shoot to Thrill” singers

S323. Really book it

S326. Superstitions


S331. Unpracticed pioneer

S332. It has a sweet smell

S334. Answers on Jeopardy?

S336. Former draft gp.

S337. Hazardous sacrament in COVID times

S340. Formal order recipient

S346. Makes some calculations

S349. 2004-2006 CIA director Porter ___

S350. Words with “TV” in an old NBC slogan

S351. ð

S352. Absolute worst, with “the”

S354. De falsis ___: Sermon “On False Gods”

S356. Clutches

S358. Recruit by force

S359. Penguin who shares a name with an Antarctic coast

S362. Treatment plant input

S363. Have a nostalgic feeling

S365. City in Syria

S366. Got out of the saddle

S367. Where Oscar Wilde was in 1896

S368. Drag-racing org.

S369. Fix with the aid of a time machine, say

S370. Headliner for over a decade with the Yankees

S371. “___ didn’t!” (player’s plea to a ref)

S372. Shoulder decorations

S373. Auto performance brand

S376. Scent or substance

S377. Electrolytic particles

S378. Paper prepped for smoking

S379. Pronounced   kind   of   distance

S382. Pkg. no.

S384. Promulgates

S385. Create a new home, in a way

S387. Doesn’t flunk

S391. Affects one directly

S394. “Mr. Mojo ___” (repeated words in The Doors’ “LA Woman”

S395. Notorious nose candy

S396. Land of Brian Boru

S397. TMZ’s stock-in-trade

S399. Light ___ under: motivate

S401. Chest test’s printout, briefly

S403. Rain repeller

S405. Miss ___ (ruin the rhythm)

S406. Best on stage, say

S410. Pulitzer Prize novelist Toni

S412. Get out of the way of, well in advance

S413. Near, poetically

S415. Freshness

S417. It may be warped

S419. Afternoon prayer, in Islam

S420. Playground gear

S422. Preferential plane seating

S425. Move in an almost liquid fashion

S428. 1950s invention featured prominently in the 1960 film ‘The Apartment’

S429. Like wet cement

S430. ___-war

S431. Some Brit Lit readings

S432. Gather through litigation

S433. Tabulae ___: clean slates

S434. Important point in a financial calendar

S436. Singer Lehmann or Lenya

S437. Bass drum

S441. Agreeable words

S442. Full of innocent wonder

S443. Sagan’s science series

S445. Move nomadically

S447. One concerned with feet and rhythm

S449. Lidocaine brand

S451. Score direction

S453. Ludwig Mies van der ___

S455. Goddess invoked in the war of the Seven against Thebes

S456. Observing Yom Kippur, say

S457. Autos since 1989

S458. Complete stranger

S459. Alliance’s need

S460. Legislation that makes everyone breathe easier

S461. ×

S463. Enter quickly

S466. Olympic no-nos

S468. Alien race in Avatar

S469. College admissions exam

S470. “Text u again in a bit!”

S472. Nonprofits’ ads, e.g. (abbr.)

S474. Class that covers Reconstruction and Prohibition

S477. Emcee’s concluding segue

S479. Huang He tributary

S481. Hammered powerfully

S483. Australian state briefly

S484. “Will this be adequate?”

S490. Protestant pastor

S496. International relations smoothers

S498. In need of paving, maybe

S499. Summer and fall mo.

S500. Cantillates

S503. Show mercy toward

S504. 1980s “Ladies” singer

S505. Busy season worker

S507. Chart toppers

S510. Buffalo-hide domiciles

S511. Salary hike

S513. Muscle shirt, e.g.

S515. Sable maker, for short

S519. Castle Rock Entertainment logo

S523. Body’s bullseyes

S525. Leo Getz portrayer in the Lethal Weapon sequels

S530. Turn into lumber

S533. Voice disapproval of

S534. Militarily fit

S535. Condescending front

S536. Pesky things

S539. Slumbered noisily

S541. 1917 marked their end

S543. Rama’s wife

S544. Star Trek role, John-___Picard

S545. “Love,” most likely

S546. Ability to pick up songs easily

S548. The Nazis, Henry Ford, and a depressing number of early 20th-century figures, if you do enough research into it

S551. Krazy Kartoon Karacter

S554. Chicago columnist Mike

S555. Convenience

S556. Zip, nada, nil

S557. “Yon Cassius has ___ and hungry look” (Julius Caesar)

S558. Home theater component

S562. 160-char. message

S563. Sports cars seen in Kill Bill and Xbox and PlayStation games

S565. Moment in time, in astronomy

S566. Some Japanese-Americans

S568. Unfashionable

S573. Belgian seaport

S575. Shows a modest decline

S577. File-renaming command, at times

S579. Musketeer played by Charlie Sheen

S580. Hiding places for tommy-guns, in the Roaring Twenties

S583. Come up again

S586. Situation right after a leadoff double

S587. Put some teeth into

S588. German wives

S589. “Took a ___ the worse”

S590. Movers and shakers

S591. Gothic novelist Victoria

S592. Words on a package’s mailing label

S596. Gold-and-ivory Olympian

S598. Vigorous clash, in West Virginia

S599. Place alone

S601. Line judge’s call

S603. Has a nice little meal

S605. Like an optimist’s point of view

S606. Indicate ominously

S608. Ultimate, informally

S609. Sure things

S612. Passed on

S613. “Well, of course I don’t resent attacks, and my family doesn’t resent attacks, but ___ does resent them” (FDR)

S615. Prelim. remarks

S617. Was in contact (with)

S619. Jamaican fare

S622. Big kitchen investments

S629. Traps in a tangle

S630. Bluefin alternative

S631. Chummy couple?

S632. When the kids’ school year ends

S635. Uses as a roost

S637. Fries in a bit of butter, e.g.

S639. City named for a French king

S640. Chicago’s “in the Park” time

S641. Uses for all it’s worth

S645. Mixed martial artist Ronda

S647. 16-season NHLer Fleury

S648. Showy funnel-shaped growths

S649. With heels elevated, in ballet

S650. Copies of legal petitions

S651. Goo-yielding plants

S652. Disadvantaged, or given an advantage

S656. Drink for Shakespeare with not much alcohol content

S658. “Help ___ hand!”

S659. Member of House Stark

S660. Burj Khalifa’s country (abbr.)

S661. Assn. or org.

S662. Bout of barhopping

S664. Savors the Grand Marnier

S665. Its members are in order

S667. Beyond that

S668. Tableware storage area

S670. Ascend

S671. Get hung up (on)

S672. Letters before an email summary

S673. Talk about without naming

S674. Domingo, notably

S675. Adjective for an antique store

S676. Pricier Redbox format

S678. Something curated by a bard

S682. Ache or pain, e.g.

S684. Self-defense, for one

S685. Some Isle of Man residents

S687. Nonspeaking part in Antony and Cleopatra

S689. Sends up en masse

S691. Intergalactic bridge worker

S692. SUV part (abbr.)

S693. Loading places

S694. Microbial cleaner

S697. Bakery item from Austria

S700. What some hoods cop

S701. Bandicoots

S702. Hero cop Eliot

S703. Big breakfast?

S704. Saying nothing

S706. Not micromanaging

S710. “True”

S714. Bible-based msg.

S715. Separates out

S716. Rapper Rhymes

S718. Emulates the Titanic

S719. Thinks vile

S721. Mammoth growths

S722. A Prairie Home Companion state

S724. In happy observance

S726. ___ got

S729. Ballroom dances

S735. Creatures

S740. Edinburgh “Uh-uh”

S741. Apostle born in present-day Turkey

S744. Fast Spanish dance

S747. Mary’s husband

S748. Sculpted trunks

S750. Matched precisely

S752. Produce eggs

S753. Badger’s home

S754. Point for Pirates

S755. Drops in the standings, perhaps

S756. One who paddles

S757. Actor Dullea of 2001 films

S759. Make a faulty sight

S760. Cowboy’s gun maker?

S767. Similarly simple

S768. Black man and single biggest sitcom star of the 1980s [yes, I know, I know, but this fact shouldn’t be forgotten]

S773. What walls might hide

S778. Popular stuffing recipe

S781. 1980s audiophile’s treasure

S784. Train for a match

S785. Like Szechuan cuisine

S787. Monthly check sender, for many (abbr.)

S790. Start of a famous soliloquy

S791. Distress calls

S793. Walked showily

S795. In bad shape

S796. Sailors

S798. Modern sort of Noah’s Ark

S800. The Hulk and Thor can lift one hundred of them, officially (abbr.)

S803. Encourage optimism

S804. Kramden’s namesakes

S805. “The show must go on” attitude

S807. Tan shade

S811. One of the only twelve-letter words that typists can produce with just the left hand on a standard keyboard

S814. Introduced, as hardware

S817. Mrs., in Mexico

S818. Poor Yorick lead-in

S819. Practicing mixed-sex education

S820. Like ___ of salts: quickly

S822. Court team

S823. “Scots Wha ___” (Burns)

S824. Chats online with, briefly

S825. None too quick on the uptake

S826. Put one’s money where one’s mouth is

S827. 1912 Nobelist Root

S829. Go for ___: get some morning air

S830. Warning to Fred and Velma

S833. Relatives that get a bad rap in fairy tales

S835. Ancient year

S837. Brain part that “sees” and “hears”

S838. Where you might put intended gift recipients

S843. Pushed into one’s mind

S846. Builder of air castles

S848. Armored fish dating back to the Jurassic

S849. Corp. source for new material

S850. “___ in xylophone”

S851. Half-___: just barely does

S853. Rebooted Ford vehicle released in 1995

S855. A dispersive one is commonly triangular

S856. Clubs with heavy bass

S859. Tiniest amount

S861. Process

S864. Seven-time NFL Pro Bowler Warren

S865. Marker on a green

S869. Has emerged unscathed

S870. Draft ponies

S871. Share premium

S877. Winding complexity

S879. Influences behind the scenes

S880. Sea yea

S882. Butler in Auntie Mame

S883. Duty for a docent

S884. DeLuise of Blazing Saddles and The Cannonball Run

S885. British military decorations

S886. March reasons

S887. Painfully shy

S889. Like well-pitched baseball games

S890. The Met, e.g.

S891. Bellowing a growl

S896. Tom Hanks kid-as-adult comedy

S897. US News’ “best US city to live” 2017-2019

S899. Ready to fall over

S905. Singer King Cole

S906. Title planet in a 2001 Kevin Spacey movie

S907. Illusion seen when flying between cloud layers

S911. Some shifts

S913. Casual okay

S914. Emotional effervescence

S915. Scale topper, perhaps

S917. Older radios

S919. They, in Calais

S920. Minsk moolah

S922. In place of

S923. Zap, in a way

S924. Overcharge

S927. TV Tarzan portrayer

S928. Digital ___ (high-tech camera, informally)

S929. Scoreboard trio

S930. Proceeds

S932. Cohort of Fagin

S933. Low draw

S934. Guy’s guy friend

S935. Tax form no.

S936. Ford innovation

S940. Perfect Sleepers, e.g.

S942. Figure (out), in slang

S946. Place with files

S948. “Under Chuck Norris’ beard, there is another ___”

S949. TV series about Oceanic Flight 815

S951. Boxers seek them

S952. Instruction to a woman in labor

S956. Earlier than when we thought Christ was born

S957. Liver or thyroid

S958. VW hatchback

S959. Fi’s leader?

S960. Audibly astonished

S964. “My previous comment was not for the record”

S967. “___ the weather?”

S971. Uses effectively

S972. ___ at Tib, Tunisian peninsula

S973. Italian direction

S975. More than fills

S976. Youth-oriented Conde Nast publication

S980. Brown photo pigment

S982. Dodger great ___ Wee Reese

S983. “Hey, I’ve got a secret…”

S984. Splash about

S985. “Boss of Me” and “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”

S987. “…fairest ___ daughters Eve” (Milton)

S988. Bridge

S989. 2001 nutjob

S990. “And this affects me…how?”

S992. Orange exteriors

S993. Foolishness

S994. Paper that gives out a Book Prize, for short

S995. Constantine was one

S998. Wind, over time, e.g.

S999. Tulsa resident

S1004. Read Across America sponsor (abbr.)

S1005. Russia’s is the largest in the world

S1007. One in the family

S1010. “Oops!,” from a shooter

S1012. Not even cracked

S1016. Affirm

S1019. Cruise stops, often

S1021. Calgary-to-Moose Jaw dir.

S1022. Assigned tasks

S1023. More than fubsy

S1024. Gyro wrappers

S1025. They look better when they’re on the mink and seal

S1026. Karen of the House

S1027. Klingons and Vulcans

S1029. Just say no

S1030. Cal. units

S1031. Portuguese wine

S1032. Takes a big loss

S1035. A few (abbr.)

S1036. Cyberstore

S1037. Some contraception choices, for short

S1038. Portraitists’ buys

S1039. Cousin of shouldn’t

S1041. Trouble for seeing

S1044. Negotiate

S1045. Dalai Lama’s traditional gift to foreign diplomats

S1047. Political party acting more like an apocalyptic cult at this point

S1048. B, C, or F, but not A, D, or E

S1049. Gift from Prometheus

S1050. Lancelot’s was Sir

S1051. 2001 Robert Rodriguez film

S1054. Baby bouncer?

S1055. Channel for Jeremy Vine

S1056. Captive of the sea nymph Calypso

S1058. “Now, ___ you…”

S1059. One Piece character named for boat propulsion

S1060. Barely make (with “out”)

S1061. Unease

S1063. Swedish soprano Birgit

S1067. Valley flowers

S1068. ___Cruces, New Mexico

S1069. Make clear

S1072. Oriente

S1073. Literature

S1074. Choice marble

S1077. Lighting the Olympic flame, e.g.

S1079. Moll Flanders author

S1080. Springsteen’s birthplace?

S1081. Octopuses’ cousins

S1083. Scribe god

S1086. Sound of Music song named for a flower

S1092. Omega preceders

S1094. “You recognize our voices, right?”

S1096. Squirmy animal

S1097. Bits of fiction

S1098. Big busyness

S1099. Unresolved

S1101. CA time

S1102. “If ___ Would Leave You” (Camelot song)

S1104. Matched group

S1105. Evening greeting in Grenoble

S1108. Spams’ alternatives

S1111. Like barely broiled meat

S1112. Directing a crew

S1113. English city where Guy Fawkes was born

S1114. It was 92 in my day

S1116. Robert Langdon’s field in The Da Vinci Code

S1121. Like Charlie Chan

S1122. Concerns about possible betrayal

S1127. Gore-Tex garments

S1134. Masterful musician

S1138. Business or coach

S1140. Baby carrier brand with an apt-sounding name

S1142. Premier alternative

S1146. “___ know that!” (self-owning dis)

S1148. Chemical suffix that’s also a city

S1150. Lightly brand

S1151. Creep out

S1152. Separation of church and church?

S1155. Architectural fronts

S1156. What Dec. 16 is the “Day of,” since 1995, in South Africa

S1162. Shrinks to a point onscreen

S1163. Three-note transcription

S1164. Unholy?

S1165. Practically at once

S1166. Equip with poison

S1167. “I pray you’re right!”

S1172. Air conditioner coolant

S1173. Hippie gatherings

S1175. Mil. Leader

S1177. Court plea, informally

S1179. Portraitist Alice

S1180. Where you might find a toga party?

S1181. Target deity of child sacrifice

S1182. Maintenance job for a plumber

S1183. Reply from Joe Friday

S1184. Famed chin of late-night TV

S1185. Trent Reznor’s band, in shorthand

S1186. Skating legend Henie

S1187. “Do you mind…?”

S1189. Pulls answers from imagination rather than pure reason and evidence

S1192. Arrived at by boat

S1193. Installed anew, as a carpet

S1194. Cargo weights

S1195. America’s best-known inventor

S1196. Broadcast network originally known as Pax

S1197. Zeno and Chrysippus, for two

S1198. Member of a 1969 MLB expansion team

S1200. ___ de acuerdo: to agree

S1202. Tkt. office locale

S1203. These guys, in Ibiza

S1204. Gaming critic Sarkeesian who faced multiple bomb threats

S1205. Poultry shelters

S1209. Farthest toward the sunset

S1212. She “gave her mother forty whacks,” according to the poem

S1214. Con’s opening

S1216. In a few

S1217. Purity

S1218. Rackstraw’s colleagues

S1219. Part of some costumes

S1221. Orange bow filler?

S1222. Porgs’ predecessors

S1223. Money-making business

S1224. Georgia, e.g.

S1225. Large scale

S1226. Little mouthless breather

S1227. Without change

S1229. Manipulated

S1232. NYC’s first subway

S1233. Expertly done

S1234. Over there, down on the farm

S1235. Mulling sound

S1236. “Let’s get pretending!”

S1237. Start of a marathon

S1238. Hang time

S1240. Order to a four-legged friend

S1241. Noninvasive med. tests

S1242. Evaluate aspects in depth

S1246. Cost-of-living measure

S1247. Hang around in a public place

S1248. Puzzle resembling Tetris

S1249. Suspend

S1250. ___-Globe: paperweight

S1251. Fixed a tax base (abbr.)

S1252. Canadian chowderhead

S1253. Women-only liberal-arts school affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania

S1255. Particular

S1257. “Haven’t the foggiest”

S1258. First three stops?

S1259. Blood drive quantity

S1261. Old boyfriend?

S1262. Sociopathic d-bag

S1263. Hue used as a base in printing

S1265. Movie format

S1267. Like the day of the winter solstice

S1272. Like some unwanted truths

S1277. Orly evening

S1278. High-level etiquette

S1280. Dead-___ (they love lost causes)

S1281. NHL postscripts

S1282. Made up (of)

S1285. Hula wreath

S1286. It’s been a democracy since 1994, for short

S1288. Gets at it

S1290. Alaskan gold mining city

S1292. ʃ

S1293. Not of the cloth

S1295. Salacious stories

S1298. Easels, e.g.

S1300. Cover with shadows

S1303. Cry from Esmeralda in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

S1307. Nonflammable fibrous mineral

S1309. Billings or Golden

S1310. Suckling site

S1312. Some feints

S1314. City in Russia

S1315. Triply misnamed political entity (abbr.)

S1316. Billycock, e.g.

S1317. Seat, in slang

S1320. MPAA pt.

S1321. Marketing mantra

S1327. “___ Like the Wind” (Patrick Swayze hit)

S1328. Half of OutKast

S1330. Short runner?

S1331. Approximating words

S1332. Converts to bone

S1333. Dan Rather’s signoff catchphrase

S1334. They were entitled to every “third penny” from their shires

S1335. “Know That You Are Loved” singer Sol

S1336. She plagues ladies’ lips with blisters, per Mercutio

S1338. Stays to the end

S1339. Uncloses, in verse

S1340. Mandatory

S1342. ___ Fideles (“O Come, All Ye Faithful”)

S1344. Poker table sight

S1348. “Woo-___!”

S1349. Towel wielder

S1352. Cute yellow character voiced by Ryan Reynolds (May 2019)

S1354. Tissue abnormality

S1355. Bid first

S1356. What keeps drones steady

S1359. Keurig alternative

S1362. Hot Pontiacs

S1363. Your first hard day on the job, metaphorically

S1364. Pros’ cams

S1365. Elevator for a Titleist

S1366. In a mood to complain

S1369. Cat named for its native isle

S1370. In a flutter

S1372. Red-and-white outfits rarely in small or medium

S1374. So-media communications we used to care a lot about

S1375. Indians and Indonesians

S1380. Cromwell’s earldom

S1381. ___ Ranger

S1382. Moves a finger, in a way

S1383. No liability

S1384. Sickle-cell is one type of it

S1385. Bar lineup

S1390. Glass, to Galba

S1391. Silent-cinema organist Baga

S1392. Ancient king of Persia

S1394. Directional abbr.

S1395. Hoops hoops

S1397. Actor Beatty of Charlie Wilson’s War

S1398. ___ gaw mein (Chinese dish)

S1399. “You’re through here, clean out your ___”

S1400. Charge against an account

S1401. Notoriously tear-jerking director Frank

S1403. Inspiration for stage productions

S1406. It has lots of household items

S1408. Word that’d be its own synonym without the letter S

S1409. Fad collectibles of the ‘90s

S1410. Supporter

S1411. Arranges by category

S1412. Pull out of bed

S1413. Believers in a clockwork universe set in motion by the divine

S1414. Bygone NFLer

S1415. Great white ___

S1416. Poetic “over there”

S1417. Carrier with a five-point harness, in Hampshire

S1418. Scores made by WRs and RBs

S1420. Johnny who played Edward Scissorhands

S1423. Grade-school book

S1426. Loud rumble?

S1429. The same amount

S1431. Gun type

S1432. Like a really bad check

S1433. Art in an annual report

S1434. Retweet, essentially

S1437. Kevin Bacon film about psychic links

S1440. Sandman character perpetually murdered by his brother

S1441. Nose expert

S1443. Sweets

S1445. Santa’s laughter

S1447. Scowling upon

S1448. Taint

S1450. Texters’ “OKs”

S1451. ___ fart

S1452. Groupings

S1454. Birmingham band, briefly

S1455. Wolf down

S1456. She-bears, south of the border

S1457. De ___ (overdone)

S1458. Whence dreams may come

S1463. Mil. weapons

S1464. What a good dancer may cut

S1465. Top-heavy toon villain in a sailor hat

S1466. Vaudeville performance, e.g.

S1469. Leave the back way, perhaps

S1471. Good ones are 12% for a card and 3.5% for a house

S1472. Partially mine

S1473. ___ tấm (Vietnamese dish)

S1474. Heroic deeds

S1478. Vowels or whirlwinds

S1480. Penultimate OT book

S1482. Slug relatives

S1483. Descartes’ donkey

S1484. Flood tide

S1486. Marsh pink

S1488. Hawaii, before 1959 (abbr.)

S1489. Boo targets, sometimes

S1490. Food chain

S1491. Giving group

S1492. Late July delivery

S1493. Some sodas, familiarly

S1494. Star Trek II: The ___ of Khan

S1495. One who leaves too many things out

S1496. Rectory figures

S1500. Couch therapy

S1505. Tousle affectionately

S1506. Fishing lines or upholstery trimming

S1508. Elegantly groomed

S1509. Emancipates

S1512. Talkth like thith

S1515. Noted Jessica Simpson wear

S1518. Satisfies, as thirst

S1520. Old-fashioned denial

S1521. Amazed shock

S1522. The US’s is currently about $27 trillion

S1524. Genius Mixes program

S1526. Letters following mus

S1527. Armpit-related

S1528. Bounce playfully

S1530. Ostracizes

S1531. Vatican name that feels like it’s missing an “o”

S1532. Is unable to tolerate

S1536. Temporary body art available at many body shops

S1537. Suffix with final or fatal

S1538. Motorist’s organization, familiarly

S1540. English teacher’s concern

S1541. Siouan speaker

S1542. Zero, to Manchester United

S1544. Tears off its hinges, maybe

S1546. Virtual person in video games

S1547. One tripping over his own feet

S1549. Building managers

S1551. Charred the surface of

S1553. Dissertation

S1554. Builder of kid’s TV

S1555. Sorts of diadems

S1557. “Yay ___!”

S1558. Valdez and Marichal

S1559. Historical figure portrayed in Quills

S1560. Google or Word file

S1561. They stick out conspicuously

S1565. Arrive feet first

S1566. Oracle hub?

S1568. Choral sixes

S1570. Bacall, to Bogart, at times

S1571. Bar in a brown wrapper

S1577. Fatigue

S1578. Israeli president Weizman

S1580. Tom & ___ (1994 movie)

S1582. Lists of people

S1583. If they could speak, the females would say to the males, “Nice rack”

S1584. Forward part of the Pinta

S1585. High-tech detectors

S1587. With no emotion but distant contempt, as a stare

S1588. Upholstered item

S1589. “We’ll follow saints and angels all/And come ___ our King” (Jupiter Hammon)

S1590. Dropped items people pick up and put back in their mouths

S1591. It can be slipped or flung

S1592. John Malkovich horse movie

S1593. Sign of things to come?

S1596. Law and order gps.

S1597. “Ooh! There!”

S1598. Angel in Vegas

S1599. Friend of Jar Jar

S1603. Ceremonies near the end?

S1604. Ms. enclosures

S1605. Drink with an extended pinkie

S1606. Conference-related

S1609. “Hop ___!” (“get going!”)

S1610. One side of a coin (abbr.)

S1612. Work with lace

S1614. Suffix for a resident of Capri (and like one or two other places)

S1615. Voy’s meaning

S1616. Specialist teams in academics, for short

S1618. Its fights take place in The Octagon

S1620. Model seen in National Lampoon’s Vacation

S1622. It may go to blazes

S1623. Like many a Texas ranch

S1624. Sounds at the Amazon deliverywoman’s approach

S1625. Home to the world’s oldest university

S1626. Ellice island

S1627. ___ of the Navy: US rank so high it’s only been given once (abbr.)

S1630. Deviltry

S1631. “All, except their sun, ___” (Lord Byron)

S1632. Alternatives to reds and whites

S1633. Requires skill

S1637. No child

S1638. Six hours behind Greenwich Mean, for short

S1639. Lose crispiness

S1641. Cold War state (abbr.)

S1642. Dream state

S1644. “___ a boy!”

S1645. Way to organize publications

S1647. ___ squared (geometric formula)

S1648. Throw in the direction of

S1650. Comment to one trying on clothes

S1653. Try something

S1655. Elevator cages

S1656. Old geologic period named for flowers

S1657. ___ Deucey: In-between

S1658. Expresses reverence

S1660. Aparacio who stole 506 career bases

S1662. Teaching degree, or did something that should disqualify one from a teaching degree

S1666. Satire mag of old

S1667. Swillpot

S1668. Bands appearing after split-ups?

S1669. Vindictive Tyler Perry character

S1670. “___ hoppen?!”

S1671. “…grace of God, ___”

S1674. Goes without saying

S1678. Start of some picture books

S1680. Takes care

S1682. “___ Boy” (Tommy song)

S1683. Weapon to waste some dirty rats, see?

S1685. Area within

S1687. Three phases of getting manga ready for English-speaking audiences, for short

S1688. Jaden role in The Karate Kid

S1689. Letters from the family?

S1691. Nexus 7 rival

S1692. Q-U separator

S1693. Call off

S1694. Torah containers

S1695. Keeping food warm, as an oven

S1696. Word that brings a smile?

S1698. Modern speed-detection system

S1700. Unshackles

S1705. TD figs.

S1706. Abolitionist Tubman

S1707. ___ wrestling (rodeo event)

S1708. Nightfall, poetically

S1709. Environs

S1712. Buccaneer’s plunder (abbr.)

S1713. Sidewalk stand suffix

S1714. Seamstress’s creation

S1715. Evine and QVC rival

S1716. Stilbene-free cleaning products

S1717. Chewing addiction, for some

S1718. Old-time car

S1719. Judicial ruling

S1722. Chemical warfare agent

S1724. Make ___-ditch effort

S1725. Record player nos.

S1726. Cannes coterie

S1727. Orator’s pedestal

S1728. Kurosawa of film

S1729. Simple and carefree

S1732. ER network, once

S1735. Guyliner wearer’s genre

S1736. Compass letters

S1738. Common V.A. malady

S1739. What used to be blamed for a faint

S1740. Rock legend Snider who spoke to Congress

S1741. Mother of Wynonna and Ashley

S1744. Acted like

S1746. Used to catch food scraps

S1748. Singers on Pandora

S1750. Tyrant who arbitrarily rewrites half my clues or genius like me saving dumb writers from themselves, depending on which job I’m doing at the time

S1752. “Don’t you agree?,” in British lingo

S1755. Party crashers, e.g.

S1757. Plant with trumpet-shaped flowers

S1758. Sinise CBS series

S1759. Full of melting snow

S1760. “___ Really Goin’ Out With Him?”

S1762. Stupid or unconscious

S1764. UN agcy. for working people

S1765. Off-roader

S1768. SNL-based movie playing with gender identity in the 1990s

S1771. Milky Way radio

S1773. Talks

S1774. Omaha-to-Miami dir.

S1775. “How many guest [__] __ the party?”

S1776. Dig new furrows

S1778. Postal beats, briefly

S1780. From then

S1781. Jersey’s official flower

S1782. Emulates a scryer

S1786. Big part of the New World

S1788. Minnesota Fats stroke