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LA Times Crossword June 10 2024 Answers (Monday)

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Constructed by: Noelle Griskey

  • Taj Mahal city: AGRA, The city in India where the Taj Mahal is located.
  • Hors d’oeuvres spread: PATE, A rich, smooth paste made from meat, fish, or vegetables.
  • Type of ski lift: TBAR, A ski lift where skiers are pulled uphill by a T-shaped bar.
  • Greet the day: ARISE, To get up from sleep or rise.
  • Clever thought: IDEA, A mental conception or notion.
  • Cogito __ sum: ERGO, Latin for “I think, therefore I am.”
  • Low-slung jeans: HIPHUGGERS, Jeans that sit low on the hips.
  • Semimonthly tide: NEAP, A tide just after the first or third quarters of the moon when there is the least difference between high and low water.
  • Hit the gas: SPEEDUP, To accelerate or go faster.
  • Term of endearment: PETNAME, A nickname used to address someone affectionately.
  • Mega Stuf cookie: OREO, A version of the popular sandwich cookie with extra filling.
  • Helped out: AIDED, Provided assistance or support.
  • 1993 film about the Olympic bobsled team from Jamaica: COOLRUNNINGS, A comedy film about the Jamaican bobsled team’s journey to the Winter Olympics.
  • Just Mercy actor __ Jackson Jr.: OSHEA, O’Shea Jackson Jr., an actor known for his role in “Just Mercy.”
  • __ leches cake: TRES, A traditional Latin American cake soaked in three kinds of milk.
  • Quiet Quiet!: SHH, A request for silence.
  • Landed on a perch: ALIT, To settle or come to rest.
  • The Road Not Taken poet Robert: FROST, A famous American poet known for his work “The Road Not Taken.”
  • Clever tactic: PLOY, A cunning plan or action designed to turn a situation to one’s own advantage.
  • Brits’ washroom: LOO, British slang for bathroom.
  • Get ready for short: PREP, To prepare or get ready.
  • Within the __ of possibility: REALM, Within the range or scope of what is possible.
  • Magazine with tips and techniques for anglers: FLYFISHERMAN, A magazine dedicated to fly fishing.
  • I feel the same: METOO, An expression of agreement or shared sentiment.
  • Some 30-Down employees: Abbr.: CPAS, Certified Public Accountants who work in accounting firms.
  • Like some sandals: OPENTOE, Sandals that leave the toes exposed.
  • Up for discussion: ATISSUE, Something that is being debated or discussed.
  • N on a French map: NORD, The French word for north.
  • New beginning and a feature of 17-, 26-, and 44-Across: FRESHSTART, A new beginning or opportunity.
  • Beige hue: ECRU, A light beige or off-white color.
  • Mattress specification: FIRM, Referring to the firmness level of a mattress.
  • Dramatic ballroom dance: TANGO, A passionate and dramatic dance originating from Argentina.
  • Quakers’ you: THEE, An archaic or formal version of “you,” used by Quakers.
  • Sail the seven __: SEAS, A phrase meaning to travel across all the major oceans.
  • Adolescent: TEEN, A person aged between 13 and 19 years.
  • Spa sounds: AAHS, Sounds of relaxation or pleasure.
  • Subject of a basic golf lesson: GRIP, The way a golfer holds the club.
  • Like a fragrant melon: RIPE, Fully developed and ready to be eaten or used.
  • Wimbledon winner Arthur: ASHE, Arthur Ashe, a famous tennis player.
  • Peanuts character in a cloud of dirt: PIGPEN, A character from the comic strip “Peanuts” known for being perpetually dirty.
  • Suffix with lemon and Gator: ADE, A suffix used to denote a drink made from lemon or a sports drink like Gatorade.
  • Maryland athlete for short: TERP, A nickname for athletes from the University of Maryland (Terrapins).
  • Reduce as anxiety: EASE, To make less severe or intense.
  • Sport for 4-Down: TENNIS, A sport played with a racket and ball.
  • Sourdough or rye: BREAD, Types of bread made from different ingredients.
  • Best competitive effort informally: AGAME, One’s best performance.
  • Cordoned (off): ROPED, To enclose or separate with a rope.
  • Pulitzer-winning novelist Welty: EUDORA, Eudora Welty, an American author known for her short stories and novels.
  • Hindu spiritual mentor: GURU, A teacher or guide in Hinduism.
  • Identifies on social media: TAGS, To label or mention someone in a social media post.
  • Pertinent to the discussion: ONTOPIC, Relevant to the subject being discussed.
  • Mined fuel: COAL, A fossil fuel used for energy production.
  • Norway home of the Munch Museum: OSLO, The capital city of Norway.
  • Cleveland’s state: OHIO, A state in the United States.
  • Allow: LET, To permit or allow.
  • Tax-collecting org.: IRS, Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. federal tax agency.
  • After expenses: NET, The amount remaining after all deductions.
  • Bang shut: SLAM, To close with force.
  • Hi amiga!: HOLA, A Spanish greeting meaning “hello.”
  • Church choir song: HYMN, A religious song sung in worship.
  • Cook in a wok: FRY, To cook food in hot oil.
  • NFL official: REF, Short for referee.
  • Part of mph: PER, Used in the abbreviation for miles per hour.
  • Parcel of land: PLOT, A piece of land.
  • Fight against: RESIST, To oppose or withstand.
  • Dish with melted cheese or chocolate: FONDUE, A Swiss dish of melted cheese or chocolate.
  • Muscle cramps e.g.: SPASMS, Sudden, involuntary muscle contractions.
  • Owns biblically: HATH, An archaic form of “has.”
  • Impressionist painter Claude: MONET, A founder of French Impressionist painting.
  • Noteworthy time period: EPOCH, A significant period in history.
  • Pied-à-__: secondary residence: TERRE, A secondary or temporary residence.
  • Trade-__: concessions: OFFS, A mutual exchange of benefits or trade-offs.
  • Cleveland’s lake: ERIE, One of the Great Lakes.
  • Sports page datum for short: STAT, Short for statistic.
  • Of sound mind: SANE, Mentally healthy.
  • Encourage: URGE, To strongly encourage or persuade.
  • School near Windsor Castle: ETON, A prestigious boys’ school in England.
  • Noteworthy time period: ERA, A distinct period of history.

LA Times Crossword June 9 2024 Answers (Sunday)

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Constructed by: Amanda Cook & Kelly Richardson

  • Center: HEART, The central or most important part.
  • Visibly nervous: SHAKY, Unsteady or trembling due to anxiety.
  • BCBS offering: HMO, Health Maintenance Organization provided by Blue Cross Blue Shield.
  • Beaker’s sound: MEEP, A high-pitched sound often made by scientific equipment.
  • Wabbit hunter Fudd: ELMER, The cartoon character Elmer Fudd from Looney Tunes.
  • Like a foggy graveyard: EERIE, Strange and frightening.
  • Brim (with): TEEM, To be full of or swarming with.
  • Minnesota representative Ilhan: OMAR, Ilhan Omar, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
  • College administrators who never skip gym class?: RIPPEDDEANS, A humorous term for physically fit college deans.
  • Panache: ELAN, Distinctive style or flair.
  • Score symbol: NOTE, A symbol representing a musical sound.
  • Mattel product: DOLL, A toy figure representing a human.
  • Whoops: YELLS, An exclamation often followed by a loud shout.
  • Mistake a bluebird for a blue bird?: CALLITAJAY, To incorrectly identify a bluebird as a jay.
  • Harder to hike: STEEPER, More inclined or difficult to climb.
  • Big yikes: HOOBOY, An expression of surprise or concern.
  • Court orders: WRITS, Legal documents ordering or prohibiting some action.
  • __ Talks: TED, A series of influential talks on a variety of subjects.
  • Shinbone: TIBIA, The inner and larger bone of the lower leg.
  • Podcast equipment: MIC, Short for microphone.
  • Iverson in the Basketball Hall of Fame: ALLEN, Allen Iverson, a retired professional basketball player.
  • Finally breaking up with that no-good pool hall hustler?: DUMPINGTHESHARK, A play on the term “jumping the shark,” meaning to end a relationship with someone untrustworthy.
  • Nintendo Switch precursor: WII, A home video game console released by Nintendo.
  • Carolyn Bertozzi notably: CHEMIST, An American chemist known for her work in bioorthogonal chemistry.
  • One with niblings: AUNT, A person with nieces or nephews.
  • Regret: RUE, To feel sorrow or remorse for.
  • Massachusetts state tree: ELM, The American elm tree, designated as the state tree.
  • __ Nagila: Hebrew folk song: HAVA, A traditional Jewish song meaning “Let us rejoice.”
  • Made brownies say: BAKED, Prepared by cooking in an oven.
  • Crafty platform: ETSY, An online marketplace for handmade and vintage items.
  • Gwen of No Doubt: STEFANI, Gwen Stefani, the lead vocalist of the band No Doubt.
  • Penalty shot defender: GOALIE, The player who defends the goal in sports like hockey and soccer.
  • Queues up: WAITS, To line up or wait in line.
  • Tiny bells added to an ugly Christmas sweater?: JANGLINGMODIFIERS, Small decorative items that make a jingly sound.
  • Still-life subject often: FRUIT, Common objects depicted in still-life paintings.
  • Man cave locale maybe: GARAGE, A space often used as a personal retreat.
  • In the spotlight for bad behavior: ONBLAST, Publicly called out or criticized.
  • Freight option: RAIL, Transportation of goods by train.
  • Nick of Cape Fear: NOLTE, Nick Nolte, an actor known for his role in the film “Cape Fear.”
  • Purple bloom: IRIS, A type of flowering plant with showy blooms.
  • Once called: NEE, Used to indicate a woman’s maiden name.
  • Exit full screen button: ESC, The escape key on a keyboard.
  • Toodles: CIAO, An informal way to say goodbye.
  • Indian flatbread: CHAPATI, A type of unleavened bread from India.
  • Some undergrad degs.: AAS, Associate of Applied Science degrees.
  • Honorific for San Francisco’s top athlete?: THEJOCKOFTHEBAY, A playful title for a prominent athlete from San Francisco.
  • Churchyard peals: TOLLS, The sound of bells ringing.
  • Scrape (by): EKE, To manage to make a living with difficulty.
  • Opera solos: ARIAS, Solo vocal pieces in operas.
  • Muscle mag muscle: PEC, Short for pectoral muscles.
  • Space Invaders console: ATARI, The video game console that popularized “Space Invaders.”
  • Marzipan nut: ALMOND, The primary ingredient in marzipan.
  • Abandons: DESERTS, To leave someone or something behind.
  • Beaver construction party?: DAMSESSION, A playful term for beavers building a dam.
  • Concert platform: RISER, A raised stage for performers.
  • Heavenly glow: AURA, A distinctive atmosphere or quality.
  • NYC drama award: OBIE, Awards given to Off-Broadway theater productions.
  • Vegan pho protein: TOFU, A plant-based protein used in the Vietnamese noodle soup.
  • Good news! The animals living under the deck aren’t skunks!?: JUSTBUNNIES, A humorous reassurance.
  • Bridesmaid’s handful: POSY, A small bouquet of flowers.
  • Tinnitus docs: ENTS, Ear, Nose, and Throat specialists.
  • Balance sheet entry: ASSET, An item of value owned by a company.
  • Sty sounds: OINKS, The sounds made by pigs.
  • Lob: TOSS, To throw something lightly or casually.
  • Director Anderson: WES, Wes Anderson, known for his distinctive filmmaking style.
  • Big bangs: WHAMS, Loud explosive sounds.
  • Like a windbag: GASSY, Full of hot air; overly talkative.
  • Ranch groups: HERDS, Groups of livestock managed on a ranch.
  • Daniel Deronda novelist: ELIOT, George Eliot, the pen name of Mary Ann Evans.
  • Bountiful: AMPLE, More than enough.
  • Brimming (with): REPLETE, Filled or well-supplied with something.
  • Three in Trieste: TRE, The Italian word for three.
  • Occasion to read the Haggadah: SEDER, A Jewish ritual feast during Passover.
  • Tap location: HEEL, The back part of the foot.
  • North __ Sea: Central Asian lake: ARAL, A lake in Central Asia that has been shrinking.
  • Bonds between friends: KINSHIPS, Relationships based on family or close friendship.
  • Absolutely!: YES, An emphatic agreement.
  • Are you even listening?: HELLO, A call for attention.
  • Like overripe apples: MEALY, Having a dry, crumbly texture.
  • Hyatt competitor: OMNI, A hotel chain.
  • Orange-and-black butterfly: MONARCH, A type of butterfly known for its migration.
  • Fire in a text?: EMOJI, A small digital image used to express an idea or emotion.
  • Patronize as a bistro: EATAT, To dine at a specific place.
  • Hunts with on: PREYS, To hunt and feed on.
  • Rooibos pouch: TEABAG, A small porous sack containing tea leaves.
  • Made an egg into an Easter egg: DYED, Colored or decorated.
  • Invent as a word: COIN, To create a new word or phrase.
  • Chocolate-and-vanilla soft serve: TWIST, A type of ice cream cone with both flavors swirled together.
  • Inclination: PENCHANT, A strong liking or preference for something.
  • Memorial piece: OBIT, Short for obituary, a notice of someone’s death.
  • Ew stop talking!: TMI, Too much information.
  • Resew maybe: MEND, To repair by sewing.
  • Dazzles: AWES, To inspire with wonder or admiration.
  • Jaunty tune: LILT, A cheerful, lively song.
  • Ceviche marinade: LIMEJUICE, The acidic liquid used to cook ceviche.
  • Crafty sort: DEVIL, A mischievous or cunning person.
  • Hindu goddess also known as Parvati: UMA, The wife of Shiva in Hindu mythology.
  • Activist known for his time aboard the Enterprise: TAKEI, George Takei, known for his role in “Star Trek” and his activism.
  • Tinge: HUE, A shade or color.
  • Small-batch: ARTISANAL, Made in limited quantities, often by hand.
  • Used car concern: RUST, Corrosion that can affect older vehicles.
  • Florida __: KEYS, A chain of islands off the coast of Florida.
  • Get together: HANG, To spend time with friends or family.
  • Online journal: BLOG, A website where personal or professional thoughts are posted.
  • Assistant: AIDE, A person who helps or supports someone.
  • Former Chief Justice Warren: EARL, Earl Warren, the 14th Chief Justice of the United States.
  • Word in many a YouTube title: FAIL, Used to indicate a video of a mishap or mistake.
  • Little pest: GNAT, A small flying insect that can be annoying.
  • D&D monster: OGRE, A large and fearsome creature in Dungeons & Dragons.
  • I’m an open book Reddit sesh: AMA, Ask Me Anything, a popular interactive session on Reddit.
  • Squarespace creations: WEBSITES, Online platforms created using Squarespace.
  • Heavy-duty cooler brand: IGLOO, A brand known for its robust coolers.
  • Venture: FORAY, An initial attempt or excursion into a new area or activity.
  • What’s __ for you?: INIT, Short for “in it,” meaning involved or interested.
  • Sitar ridge: FRET, A raised part on the neck of a stringed instrument.
  • Hasty: RASH, Done without careful consideration.
  • Wax closure: SEAL, A closure made by melting wax to secure a document.
  • Harper of No Country for Old Men: TESS, Tess Harper, an actress known for her role in the film.
  • French Riviera city: NICE, A city in the south of France known for its Mediterranean coast.
  • Iowa state tree: OAK, The designated state tree of Iowa.
  • Many a Lagunitas brew briefly: IPA, India Pale Ale, a type of beer brewed by Lagunitas.
  • Roberts who was one of NPR’s Founding Mothers: co*kIE, co*kie Roberts, a journalist and commentator.
  • Helmet clip spot: CHIN, The part of the helmet where a strap is secured.
  • Result of standing up too fast: HEADRUSH, A dizzy sensation caused by a sudden change in posture.
  • Six-packs sometimes: ABS, Abdominal muscles.
  • Game day tops: JERSEYS, Shirts worn by athletes and fans on game day.
  • Nathan’s __ hot dogs: FAMOUS, Referring to Nathan’s Famous, a well-known hot dog brand.
  • Jumbo suffix: TRON, A suffix denoting something large or grand.
  • Papua New Guinea region: OCEANIA, The region that includes Papua New Guinea.
  • Cuzco’s country: PERU, The country where the city of Cuzco is located.
  • Rescue as a pet: ADOPT, To take in an animal from a shelter.
  • Don’t: TABOO, Something that is forbidden or prohibited.
  • Off: AMISS, Something that is not quite right.
  • In concert: ASONE, Acting together harmoniously.
  • Rides: LIFTS, Another term for giving someone a ride or transportation.
  • Balance sheet entries: DEBTS, Liabilities or amounts owed.
  • Cuzco attraction: RUINS, Ancient remains or structures found in Cuzco.
  • Does the Tour du Mont Blanc say: TREKS, Long and challenging hikes or walks.
  • Bold: SASSY, Confident and cheeky.
  • Crockpot recipe: STEW, A dish made by slow-cooking ingredients in a pot.
  • The Lovebirds actress Rae: ISSA, Issa Rae, known for her role in the film “The Lovebirds.”
  • Derive (from): STEM, To originate from.
  • Chatter: JAW, To talk incessantly.
  • Holiday party serving: NOG, Short for eggnog, a traditional holiday drink.

LA Times Crossword June 8 2024 Answers (Saturday)

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Constructed by: Emily Biegas & Sala Wanetick

  • Emmy-winning sitcom created by Susan Harris: SOAP, A satirical soap opera parody that aired from 1977 to 1981.
  • Held in suspense: BATED, To wait anxiously or with bated breath.
  • Eats: GRUB, Slang for food.
  • Mercury Prize-winning singer-songwriter Parks: ARLO, A British artist known for their evocative lyrics and soulful music.
  • She-Hulk actress Renée __ Goldsberry: ELISE, Renée Elise Goldsberry is known for her role in the Marvel series.
  • Decor do-over informally: RENO, Short for renovation.
  • Prosaic: UNORIGINAL, Lacking in originality, commonplace.
  • Parroted: APED, To mimic or imitate closely.
  • My pleasure: DONTMENTIONIT, A polite response to thanks.
  • Stresses in a way: ITERATES, To say or do something repeatedly.
  • The quicksand of reason per George Sand: VANITY, Excessive pride in oneself, considered detrimental.
  • Coolers for short: ACS, Abbreviation for air conditioners.
  • Real mensch: GEM, A person of integrity and honor.
  • Lav: LOO, British slang for bathroom.
  • Piedmont product: ASTI, Italian sparkling wine from the Piedmont region.
  • City in French Flanders: LILLE, A city in northern France.
  • Bother: IRK, To annoy or irritate.
  • Question of when: WHATSTODAYSDATE, An inquiry about the current date.
  • Peachy: AOK, Everything is fine.
  • Tell me you didn’t: OHGOD, An expression of disbelief or disappointment.
  • Singles: ONES, Denomination of currency.
  • Wrath: IRE, Intense anger.
  • Prefix with diversity: BIO, Relating to life or biological processes.
  • Compass rose dir.: SSW, Abbreviation for south-southwest.
  • Next week on … segment: TEASER, A preview of upcoming events or shows.
  • Most tidy: CLEANEST, The most clean or orderly.
  • Crunchy snack: HARDSHELLTACO, A type of taco with a crisp shell.
  • Uh no: ASIF, Expression of disbelief or skepticism.
  • March Madness stage: ELITEEIGHT, The round of eight teams in the NCAA basketball tournament.
  • Garden veggie: CUKE, Short for cucumber.
  • Gulf of Aden republic: YEMEN, A country in the Arabian Peninsula.
  • Idea shared by many: MEME, A cultural idea or trend spread via the internet.
  • Prefix on many Chinese brand names: EVER, A common prefix in Chinese brand names, implying longevity.
  • Swelling: EDEMA, Medical term for fluid retention in tissues.
  • Winged figure in Piccadilly Circus: EROS, Statue of the Greek god of love in London.
  • Riyadh resident: SAUDI, A person from Saudi Arabia.
  • … unless you think otherwise: ORNOT, A phrase used to offer an alternative.
  • Solo: ALONE, To be by oneself.
  • Hanging in a drawing room: PORTRAIT, A painting or photograph of a person.
  • Brings about: BEGETS, To cause or produce.
  • Dress shape: ALINE, A dress style that flares out from the waist.
  • Colors: TINTS, Shades or variations of colors.
  • Actor Morales: ESAI, Esai Morales, known for his roles in various films and TV shows.
  • Cole Porter biopic starring Kevin Kline: DELOVELY, A film about the life of composer Cole Porter.
  • Wood flooring feature: GRAIN, The natural pattern in wood.
  • Coldly calculating: REPTILIAN, Showing lack of emotion or warmth.
  • Ceci n’est pas __ pipe: UNE, From René Magritte’s famous painting, “The Treachery of Images.”
  • Compact figure?: BOD, Slang for body.
  • Big Apple output: IMAC, A product made by Apple Inc.
  • William and Mary: NAMES, Refers to the names of the monarchs or the college.
  • Decadent cake: TORTE, A rich, layered cake.
  • Joins the team?: YOKES, To harness or join together.
  • Hefty alternative: GLAD, Brand of trash bags.
  • Keep an eye out for: AWAIT, To wait in anticipation.
  • Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the __: SHORE, Title of a novel by Haruki Murakami.
  • Beat it: TAKEAHIKE, An idiom meaning to go away.
  • Letterhead image maybe: LOGO, A graphic symbol representing a company.
  • Terse oath: IDO, A short declaration, often used in marriage ceremonies.
  • Composed: SOBER, Calm and controlled.
  • Chakra that signifies the unconscious mind: THIRDEYE, The sixth chakra in Hindu tradition.
  • Quiet stretch: DOWNTIME, Period of relaxation or inactivity.
  • Singer dubbed the Tejano Madonna: SELENA, Famous Mexican-American singer.
  • Prime Day event: SALE, Annual sales event by Amazon.
  • More cautious: SAFER, Less risky.
  • Ring: CHIME, A sound made by a bell or a clock.
  • Who cares what they do: LETEM, Slang for “let them.”
  • More than ready: EAGER, Very enthusiastic or excited.
  • Poor sap: SCHMO, Slang for a foolish or gullible person.
  • Uh yeah: TOTES, Slang for “totally.”
  • __ dog: SLED, A dog trained to pull a sled.
  • Part of LGBTQIA+ or 10-J-Q-K-A: ACE, Can refer to asexuality or a playing card rank.
  • Tucson or Santa Fe: SUV, Types of sport utility vehicles named after cities.
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