New York times Opposites Attract Crossword puzzle answers | xwordsolver

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Across
1
Try to hit: SWATAT
7
Numbskull: DOPE
11
With 108-Down, hot stretch of summer: DOG
14
Moment of inspiration: FLASH
19
"He's" this, in a 1963 hit for the Chiffons: SOFINE
20
Woes: ILLS
21
"I know, I know!": OHOH
23
What this might mean: ": DITTO
24
English poet who wrote "The Highwayman": ALFREDNOYES
26
World Cup org.: FIFA
27
Digs in the ice?: IGLOO
28
Persian ___ (rugmaker's deliberate mistake): FLAW
29
Humorist Bombeck: ERMA
30
Early American pseudonym: POORRICHARD
32
Within: AMID
33
Prop that enabled Houdini to "walk through" a brick wall: TRAPDOOR
35
Napoleonic ___: ERA
36
Sounds of disapproval: TSKS
37
Accept imminent punishment: FACETHEMUSIC
39
Republic toppled in 1933: WEIMAR
41
Red block in Minecraft: TNT
42
Sopranos' highlights: ARIAS
43
Rapper Fiasco: LUPE
45
Curse out: SWEARAT
49
Word with open or pigeon: TOED
50
I, personally: MYSELF
52
Bird associated with bats: ORIOLE
53
Place side by side: APPOSE
56
Doctrine of East Asia: TAO
58
Six-Day War combatant: Abbr.: ISR
59
Natural fertilizer: MANURE
60
Jack of old TV: PAAR
61
Neighbor of Jammu and Kashmir: PUNJAB
64
Instrument that makes a "tsst" sound: HIHAT
66
"Mazel ___!": TOV
67
Wrestler's goal: PIN
68
Caesar salad ingredient: HEARTOFROMAINE
71
Clanton at the O.K. Corral: IKE
72
It's over here: END
73
Ground: EARTH
74
Works a wedding, perhaps: CATERS
75
Flying ___ (martial arts strike): KNEE
76
Spots for snorkeling: ATOLLS
78
Women's ___: LIB
80
Helpful connections: INS
81
Friendly conversation ender: CHEERS
83
Wrap on a rancho: SERAPE
84
Opts: ELECTS
87
Horse-drawn carriage: SHAY
88
"In Praise of Folly" essayist: ERASMUS
90
Norman or English king?: LEAR
91
With 93-Across, young river critter: OTTER
93
See 91-Across: PUP
96
Tribal circle, perhaps: TEPEES
98
Scramble some eggs, say: FIXBREAKFAST
101
Smile … or shine: BEAM
104
Burden: TAX
105
Large electromotive unit: MEGAVOLT
106
Strong cleaners: LYES
107
Branch of dentistry that specializes in root canals: ENDODONTICS
110
Name hidden backward in "excellent": NELL
111
Actress Teri: GARR
112
Davis of "Thelma & Louise": GEENA
113
Go to sleep, with "out": CONK
114
Noted songwriter behind Wynonna Judd's "Tell Me Why" and Linda Ronstadt's "All My Life": KARLABONOFF
117
You can't run on this for long: EMPTY
118
___ Martell, "Game of Thrones" princess: ELIA
119
Goods for sale: Abbr.: MDSE
120
Taiwan-born filmmaker: ANGLEE
121
George Washington chopping down a cherry tree, and others: MYTHS
122
Total mess: STY
123
Sought redress, in a way: SUED
124
Heeded an owner's order: HEELED
Down
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Org. created under F.D.R.: SSA
2
Howler of a movie?: WOLFMAN
3
Beset: AFFLICT
4
Rant: TIRADE
5
"So let us begin ___ …": J.F.K.: ANEW
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Talk acronym: TED
7
Model for a grade schooler: DIORAMA
8
Mountain residence: OLYMPUS
9
Argues: PLEADS
10
What three dots might mean: ESS
11
Accomplish on behalf of: DOFOR
12
Home of Kenyon College: OHIO
13
Walk, so to speak: GOFREE
14
Org. created under F.D.R.: FDIC
15
Shower: LIGHTRAIN
16
Eponym for one of the earth's five oceans: ATLAS
17
Baby bearer, maybe: STORK
18
Stove toppers: HOODS
22
Vice president after Pence: HARRIS
25
One of Neptune's moons: NEREID
30
Second half of an incantation: POCUS
31
Helen Reddy's signature hit: IAMWOMAN
32
Rearward, to a rear admiral: AFT
33
It shares space with #: THREE
34
Like dipsticks: OILY
38
Southwestern art hub: TAOS
39
Tom Jones and Anthony Hopkins, by birth: WELSHMEN
40
Make bubbly: AERATE
44
Suzhou Museum architect: PEI
46
Same old, same old: ROUTINE
47
He set a Guinness World Record in 2014, reporting for 34 consecutive hours: ALROKER
48
Boob tubes: TEEVEES
49
Northernmost N.B.A. city, on scoreboards: TOR
50
Magic power: MOJO
51
Brotherly figures: FRIARS
53
Placate: APPEASE
54
Job with numerous applications?: PAINTER
55
Her name is Greek for "all-gifted": PANDORA
56
One always having a place to hide: TURTLE
57
Mounds of activity: ANTHILLS
61
The standard: PAR
62
Pro Bowl side, for short: AFC
63
Item with straps: BRA
65
___ Master's Voice: HIS
68
"I'm in trouble!": HELPME
69
Approach gradually: EASEUPTO
70
One who gave us all a lift?: OTIS
75
Development in cryptography: KEY
77
A few weeks ago, probably: LASTMONTH
79
Worker with a comb: BEE
81
Mountebank: CHEAT
82
"Listen!": HARK
85
Some hangouts for remote workers: CAFES
86
It has its ratios, for short: TRIG
87
Popular beer brand, casually: STELLA
89
Meeting with a dead line?: SEANCE
91
One side of the coin: OBVERSE
92
Baited online: TROLLED
93
What all companies try to make: PAYROLL
94
Service charge: USERFEE
95
Scoring figs.: PTS
97
Lifts up: EXTOLS
99
Literary utopia: XANADU
100
Projecting edge: FLANGE
101
Deck out with spangles: BEGEM
102
The other side: ENEMY
103
Crackerjack: ADEPT
105
Longtime sports journalist Jim: MCKAY
108
See 11-Across: DAYS
109
Still competing: INIT
111
Sold out: GONE
114
Tour de France distance units: Abbr.: KMS
115
"___, humbug!": BAH
116
Added paper to, as a printer: FED