January 13 2018 - The Washington Post Crossword Answers

January 13 2018 - The Washington Post Crossword Answers

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'60s counterculture slogan

MAKELOVENOTWAR

'Family Feud' host since 2010

HARVEY

'Foucault's Pendulum' author

ECO

'Macbeth' character

HAG

'My man!'

BRAH

'No prob!'

EASY

'See ya later'

OKAYBYE

'The Yankee Doodle Boy' composer

COHAN

20-mile annual Boston-area fundraiser sponsored by Project Bread

WALKFORHUNGER

After-lunch sandwich

OREO

Aggressive corporate tactics

RAIDS

Apollo 11 lander

EAGLE

Area of expertise

WHEELHOUSE

Big letters in toys

FAO

Caviar

ROE

CBS Sports NFL analyst Tony

ROMO

Crew member

TAR

Cross a stream, perhaps

WADE

Cry of dominance

WHOSYOURDADDY

Cry of glee

WHEE

Defeat soundly

DRUB

English : John :: Slavic : __

IVAN

Excuse for rowdy behavior

BOYSWILLBEBOYS

Exists simply

LIVESOFFTHELAND

Expel strongly

SPEW

ExxonMobil trade name

ESSO

Facebook reversal

UNLIKE

Fast-food legend

KROC

Fish market offering

SEABASS

Former Sony brand

AIWA

Fruit in un cóctel

PINA

Fuzzy Endor resident

EWOK

Garb for schussing

SKIWEAR

Gay leader?

ENOLA

Girasol, e.g

OPAL

Green moisture

DEW

Harpsichordist Kipnis

IGOR

Hat-tipper's word

MAAM

Hindu god with the head of an elephant

GANESHA

Jerk's concern

SODA

Key of Beethoven's Ninth: Abbr

DMIN

Loosed

SETFREE

Mail-order outlet for outdoorsy types

ORVIS

Map abbr

RTE

Math ratios

SINES

Merci, across the border

DANKE

Nasser's org

UAR

Neat ending?

NIK

NFL threes

FGS

Nigerian pop star

SADE

Not esta or esa

OTRA

Offenbach opera 'Daphnis et __'

CHLOE

Only NFC team that hasn't played in a Super Bowl

LIONS

Orson Scott Card protagonist __ Wiggin

ENDER

Per

APOP

Poetic night

EEN

Presently

ANON

Sci-fi character voiced by Frank Oz

YODA

Serve

AVAIL

Side for a dog

SLAW

Sings smoothly

CROONS

Spanning: Abbr

ACR

Talk big

CROW

Talks acronym

TED

Tie on the farm

YOKE

Together

ASONE

Transplant figure

ORGANDONOR

Valhalla VIP

ODIN

Video file format

MPEG

Way out

DOOR

Word in Hamlet's 'To be or not to be' soliloquy

NOBLER

Word with big or house

CAT