Soundalikes

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Soundalikes


Kahn, David J., Moment


ACROSS

1 Alloy components

7 Pricey sports car, for short

10 Sensuous dances

16 Like some energy

17 Act like a make-up artist?

18 Trick-taking card game

19 Gene

22 Dude

23 Butterfly's belt?

24 Genes

35 Skin soother

36 Not asking for help

37 Pale greenish-blue

38 Swedish toast

40 See 75-Down

41 Brief fight

42 Jean

47 Beetle juice?

48 Affirmative vote

49 Jeans

60 They're good to know, with "the"

61 Elizabethan--

62 Slowpoke

63 Designer Cassini

64 Early hospital delivery

68 Olympian's sword

69 Genie

72 Above, to Auden

73 See 51-Down

74 Genies

85 Resounding, as a canyon

86 Not rent

87 Stirs up

88 Home on the range

89 choy

90 Really tick off

DOWN

1 Apple on a desk

2 Biblical suffix

3 Rocky peak

4 Latin 101 word

5 In __ (neither here nor there)

6 Looks down on

7 Maid in Manhattan co-star, familiarly

8 Objective

9 Reaction to this puzzle's theme?

10 It often lands in hot water

11 Like gold

12 ATM maker

13 4 on a phone

14 Vein contents

15 Synagogue address: Abbr.

20 Fair

21 Lawyer portrayed in Angels in America

24 23-Across, e. …

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