LA Times Crossword June 8 2024 Answers (Saturday)

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Constructed by: Emily Biegas & Sala Wanetick

  • Emmy-winning sitcom created by Susan Harris: SOAP, A satirical soap opera parody that aired from 1977 to 1981.
  • Held in suspense: BATED, To wait anxiously or with bated breath.
  • Eats: GRUB, Slang for food.
  • Mercury Prize-winning singer-songwriter Parks: ARLO, A British artist known for their evocative lyrics and soulful music.
  • She-Hulk actress Renée __ Goldsberry: ELISE, Renée Elise Goldsberry is known for her role in the Marvel series.
  • Decor do-over informally: RENO, Short for renovation.
  • Prosaic: UNORIGINAL, Lacking in originality, commonplace.
  • Parroted: APED, To mimic or imitate closely.
  • My pleasure: DONTMENTIONIT, A polite response to thanks.
  • Stresses in a way: ITERATES, To say or do something repeatedly.
  • The quicksand of reason per George Sand: VANITY, Excessive pride in oneself, considered detrimental.
  • Coolers for short: ACS, Abbreviation for air conditioners.
  • Real mensch: GEM, A person of integrity and honor.
  • Lav: LOO, British slang for bathroom.
  • Piedmont product: ASTI, Italian sparkling wine from the Piedmont region.
  • City in French Flanders: LILLE, A city in northern France.
  • Bother: IRK, To annoy or irritate.
  • Question of when: WHATSTODAYSDATE, An inquiry about the current date.
  • Peachy: AOK, Everything is fine.
  • Tell me you didn’t: OHGOD, An expression of disbelief or disappointment.
  • Singles: ONES, Denomination of currency.
  • Wrath: IRE, Intense anger.
  • Prefix with diversity: BIO, Relating to life or biological processes.
  • Compass rose dir.: SSW, Abbreviation for south-southwest.
  • Next week on … segment: TEASER, A preview of upcoming events or shows.
  • Most tidy: CLEANEST, The most clean or orderly.
  • Crunchy snack: HARDSHELLTACO, A type of taco with a crisp shell.
  • Uh no: ASIF, Expression of disbelief or skepticism.
  • March Madness stage: ELITEEIGHT, The round of eight teams in the NCAA basketball tournament.
  • Garden veggie: CUKE, Short for cucumber.
  • Gulf of Aden republic: YEMEN, A country in the Arabian Peninsula.
  • Idea shared by many: MEME, A cultural idea or trend spread via the internet.
  • Prefix on many Chinese brand names: EVER, A common prefix in Chinese brand names, implying longevity.
  • Swelling: EDEMA, Medical term for fluid retention in tissues.
  • Winged figure in Piccadilly Circus: EROS, Statue of the Greek god of love in London.
  • Riyadh resident: SAUDI, A person from Saudi Arabia.
  • … unless you think otherwise: ORNOT, A phrase used to offer an alternative.
  • Solo: ALONE, To be by oneself.
  • Hanging in a drawing room: PORTRAIT, A painting or photograph of a person.
  • Brings about: BEGETS, To cause or produce.
  • Dress shape: ALINE, A dress style that flares out from the waist.
  • Colors: TINTS, Shades or variations of colors.
  • Actor Morales: ESAI, Esai Morales, known for his roles in various films and TV shows.
  • Cole Porter biopic starring Kevin Kline: DELOVELY, A film about the life of composer Cole Porter.
  • Wood flooring feature: GRAIN, The natural pattern in wood.
  • Coldly calculating: REPTILIAN, Showing lack of emotion or warmth.
  • Ceci n’est pas __ pipe: UNE, From René Magritte’s famous painting, “The Treachery of Images.”
  • Compact figure?: BOD, Slang for body.
  • Big Apple output: IMAC, A product made by Apple Inc.
  • William and Mary: NAMES, Refers to the names of the monarchs or the college.
  • Decadent cake: TORTE, A rich, layered cake.
  • Joins the team?: YOKES, To harness or join together.
  • Hefty alternative: GLAD, Brand of trash bags.
  • Keep an eye out for: AWAIT, To wait in anticipation.
  • Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the __: SHORE, Title of a novel by Haruki Murakami.
  • Beat it: TAKEAHIKE, An idiom meaning to go away.
  • Letterhead image maybe: LOGO, A graphic symbol representing a company.
  • Terse oath: IDO, A short declaration, often used in marriage ceremonies.
  • Composed: SOBER, Calm and controlled.
  • Chakra that signifies the unconscious mind: THIRDEYE, The sixth chakra in Hindu tradition.
  • Quiet stretch: DOWNTIME, Period of relaxation or inactivity.
  • Singer dubbed the Tejano Madonna: SELENA, Famous Mexican-American singer.
  • Prime Day event: SALE, Annual sales event by Amazon.
  • More cautious: SAFER, Less risky.
  • Ring: CHIME, A sound made by a bell or a clock.
  • Who cares what they do: LETEM, Slang for “let them.”
  • More than ready: EAGER, Very enthusiastic or excited.
  • Poor sap: SCHMO, Slang for a foolish or gullible person.
  • Uh yeah: TOTES, Slang for “totally.”
  • __ dog: SLED, A dog trained to pull a sled.
  • Part of LGBTQIA+ or 10-J-Q-K-A: ACE, Can refer to asexuality or a playing card rank.
  • Tucson or Santa Fe: SUV, Types of sport utility vehicles named after cities.

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