Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers September 05, 2020

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Like Keats’s “To Autumn” ODIC
Moderate EASEUP
Lacking tread BALD
From the start ANEW
Surroundings of la Città del Vaticano ROMA
Threat ender ORELSE
Oliver’s lover in “Call Me by Your Name” ELIO
River to the Gulf of Finland NEVA
“The horses are at the gate…and they’re off! Pushy Linejumper quickly ___…” CUTSINFRONT
Ford slogan introduced in 2012 GOFURTHER
Horticultural pest APHID
Conciliatory gift SOP
“Gearshift is in second, with Tailgater ___…” RIGHTBEHIND
Visiting the Staples Ctr., say INLA
Beverage served with crumpets TEA
Sand dollar cousin SEASTAR
“Tidal Wave suddenly ___…” SURGESFORWARD
Sci-fi collection featuring the “Three Laws” IROBOT
Abbr. in a return address? IRS
Assigns to, as blame PINSON
USMC bigwig GEN
Start of three John Wayne movie titles RIO
2019 World Series champ NAT
Really small MINI
“But now Mudslinger is ___…” LOSINGGROUND
Soap ingredient GLYCERIN
___ rock (genre for Yes) PROG
Slezak of “One Life to Live” ERIKA
Touched down ALIT
“Magic” fungus SHROOM
Ill-fated slugger CASEY
Switch on a radio AMFM
“At the halfway point, Adam’s Apple and Bottle Throat are ___…” NECKANDNECK
Cruz and Hughes TEDS
Sasha’s sis MALIA
Greets the villain HISSES
Pickable, perhaps RIPE
Icy quaff SLUSH
Bank deposit? SILT
Missing people? LONESOME
“Marquee Actor stumbles badly, and now Understudy ___…” TAKESTHELEAD
Force from office OUST
Drop off NAP
Farm bleater EWE
Technical caller REF
Wrap up CLINCH
Angry feeling IRE
Portugal’s capital, to the locals LISBOA
“Heading for home, I’ve Been Transferred is ___…” MAKINGHISMOVE
Provided an excuse for ALIBIED
Kilmer of “Top Gun” VAL
Lowly laborer PEON
“And now Window of Opportunity is ___…” CLOSINGFAST
Forte seller KIA
Speed reader? RADAR
Rise to a position of importance ASCENSION
“But at the wire, Pinocchio ___!” WINSBYANOSE
Cricket clubs BATS
Creator of Perry and Della ERLE
“Same here!” IDOTOO
Olympic runner Zátopek EMIL
PDQ in the ER STAT
Internet shorthand before summing up a wordy post TLDR
Mounts, as a horse GETSON
Fly in the face of DEFY


Squid eater ORCA
Prettify DOUP
Complaint from the parched IMTHIRSTY
Sausage skin CASING
Geologist’s time period EON
Pound sounds ARFS
So-called happy neurotransmitter SEROTONIN
Running mates? ELOPERS
Admiral’s org. USN
Czech tennis player Korda PETR
Implored BEGGED
Warm welcome? ALOHA
Hitchers hope for them LIFTS
Skeptic’s specialty DOUBTING
College class dealing with human societies, for short ANTHRO
Brand that once had a Blue Creme flavor NEHI
Roulette bet EVEN
Hospital section WARD
Without foundation IDLE
React like a spooked horse REAR
Leb. neighbor ISR
Common anti-inflammatory ASPIRIN
Rotten to the Corps? AWOL
Act the informant SING
Neighbor of China on a Risk board URAL
Bounded FINITE
“So is that ___?” ANO
Fruit flaw BRUISE
Used swine language OINKED
Current, as a weather forecast TODAYS
Travelocity mascot GNOME
White source EGG
Crooner Tormé MEL
English potter Josiah SPODE
Alternatives to woods, for Woods IRONS
DVR button REC
Gives a keynote, e.g. ORATES
Loose tunic CAMISE
Riding a racehorse, e.g. SKILL
BP checkers RNS
Brewery founded in 1870 AMSTEL
Country whose 500-kwacha note features a water faucet MALAWI
Strokes of luck FLUKES
Crazy Horse, e.g. CHIEF
Catcher’s stance CROUCH
Strong feeling of connection KINSHIP
A masseur might be a wizard of these AHS
Favorite PET
Filly, e.g. SHE
Puts in the running for a prize LONGLISTS
Taj Mahal feature ONIONDOME
“Fab!” MARV
Foil alternative EPEE
Toy for one who loves being at the track? TRAINSET
Dismayed cry ACK
554, in letters DLIV
Least principled BASEST
Lena of “The Reader” OLIN
Less kind MEANER
Feature of Hulu’s cheaper tier ADS
Word repeated in a Doris Day hit SERA
Did some kvetching MOANED
Female hip-hopper BGIRL
Words while dropping one’s hand IFOLD
Street fleet CABS
Future J.D.’s exam LSAT
Hepta- plus one OCTA
Stick TWIG
End for peek or bug ABOO
“In your dreams!” ASIF
Depend RELY
Chemical suffix IDE
Hither’s partner YON
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