February 2 2018 - USA Today Crossword Answers

February 2 2018 - USA Today Crossword Answers

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'No more for me, thank you'

IMSET

6 ft., maybe

HGT

Author much used by other authors

PETERROGET

Biased investigation

WITCHHUNT

Bing Crosby's record label

DECCA

Boomer baby

XER

Breathing aid

GILL

Brown family member

EARTHTONE

Charlatan

FAKER

Charlotte ___, capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands

AMALIE

Commissioner inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2017

BUDSELIG

Complete embarrassment

JOKE

Disney collectible

CEL

Followed

HEEDED

Foreshadowed

BODED

Get ___ of reality

ADOSE

Has

POSSESSES

Hospital sign

EMERGENCY

Hot dogs

DAREDEVILS

Iraq War danger, for short

IED

KOA customer

RVER

Last of the Mohicans

UNCAS

Laura of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'

DERN

Like the 1930s Soviet Union

STALINIST

Long-running pop culture show

ENEWS

Member of the C.S.A

NCAR

Mid-19th-century czar

NICHOLASI

Monopolize

HOG

Montana motto word

PLATA

Narrow openings

CRANNIES

Part of a 17-Across

TYRE

Parting words

TATAS

Pharmacy brand

BAYER

Pointing of fingers

BLAMEGAME

Police commissioner Gordon's turf

GOTHAM

Policy details, metaphorically

WEEDS

Portmanteau for lovers

SEXCAPADE

Positions

STANCES

Prefix with fluoride

TETRA

Right hands

AIDES

Robert who played filmdom's Mr. Chips

DONAT

Sellers at a craft show

ARTISANS

Show allegiance

ADHERE

Showing shock

AGASP

Silk center of India

ASSAM

Sister of Apollo

ARTEMIS

Smarts

HURTS

Some baseball stats

ERAS

Some marbles

CATSEYES

Sources of jam, jelly and juice

GUAVAS

Spoiler of a perfect report card

ONEB

Stale

DATED

Subject for Raoul Dufy and Henri Matisse

SEINE

Symbol of strength

STEEL

Taunts

JIVES

Total

RUNTO

Trampled

TREADEDON

Twice, musically

BIS

Uncovers, with 'out'

FERRETS

Union-busting, say

ANTILABOR

Unseal, in poetry

OPE

Upscale kennels

DOGSPAS

Vacillate

SEESAW

Well-known speaker

BOSE

What the British call a station wagon

ESTATECAR

Word after who, what or anything

ELSE

Word on all U.S. coins

GOD

Yosemite attraction

ELCAPITAN

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"As ___" (letter closing)

EVER

"Fake news!"

NOTSO

"Let me add . . ."

ALSO

"Look over here!"

HEY

"The Travels of Marco Polo" setting

ASIA

"Will you allow me?"

CANI

Academic's URL ender

EDU

Adorn with sequins, say

SPANGLE

Apple Store buys, briefly

MACS

Birkenstock bottom

SOLE

Bow-toting Greek god

EROS

Brooks who directed "The Producers"

MEL

Carroll's tea party host, with "the"

MADHATTER

Common cask wood

OAK

Did some weeding

HOED

Dizzy Gillespie's genre

BEBOP

Each, in pricing

PERUNIT

Earth layer below the crust

MANTLE

EGBDF part

GOOD

Expressed, as a farewell

BADE

Famed 15th-century caravel

NINA

Foghorn Leghorn catchphrase

ISAY

Free throw's point value

ONE

Frosty's is a button

NOSE

Gather bit by bit

GLEAN

Goatish looks

LEERS

Good place to be, in relation to a skunk

UPWIND

Grandpa Munster's pet, e.g

BAT

Grew dimmer

WANED

Hardly hefty

SLIM

Have a crush on

ADORE

Heroic deed

FEAT

Home to a heron

NEST

Housefly's demise

SWAT

ID card feature

PHOTO

In reserve

ASIDE

Indication of a speaker's emotion

TONE

Initials of urgency

ASAP

Item on a game board

PIECE

Mountie uniform material

SERGE

Nation on the travel ban list

YEMEN

Neatened the perimeter of

EDGED

No-goals score, in soccer

NIL

Nocturnal birds of prey

OWLS

Particle in an electrolyte

ION

Performed flawlessly on

ACED

Pitcher with a flaring spout

EWER

Place for a salt scrub

SPA

Poor career choice for an acrophobe

MOUNTAINGUIDE

Poor career choice for an acrophobe

WINDOWWASHER

Poor career choice for an acrophobe

AIRLINEPILOT

Poor career choice for an acrophobe

TRAPEZEARTIST

Potential, as for success

MAKINGS

Public transit option

BUS

Punch-in time, for many

NINE

Put into words

UTTER

Rainy-day devices

WIPERS

Razzie Award movies, collectively

WORSTS

Reggae star who wrote "I Shot the Sheriff"

BOBMARLEY

Roll of cash

WAD

Share, as a story

RELATE

Show conclusively

PROVE

Silverman with two Emmys

SARAH

Speeder's penalty

FINE

Sturdily constructed

SOLID

Target for a 44-Across

SMUDGE

Took the blue ribbon

WON

Touchdown territory

ENDZONE

Treat whose name appears on it twice

OREO

Wee Scot

LAD

What jowls or spirits may do

SAG

Wines often paired with steak

REDS

Word before rule or retriever

GOLDEN

WWW pop-ups

ADS

Yam or rutabaga

TUBER

Zinger at a roast

INSULT