LA Times Crossword June 13 2024 Answers (Thursday)

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  • Rock classic with the lyric “Darling won’t you ease my worried mind”: LAYLA, A famous rock song by Derek and the Dominos.
  • Cardi set piece: CAMI, A camisole, often part of a cardigan set.
  • Bloke: CHAP, Informal term for a man or fellow.
  • Far from narrow: BROAD, Wide in extent or scope.
  • Fanatical: AVID, Showing keen interest or enthusiasm.
  • More than just edit: REDO, To do something again, often with improvements.
  • Racing venue with a generic speaker sponsorship?: SOUNDTRACK, A whimsical term for a racecourse sponsored by an audio company.
  • Bumblers: OAFS, Clumsy or awkward people.
  • Sticky pine products: RESINS, Sticky substances produced by pine trees.
  • Longtime Yankee manager Joe: TORRE, Joe Torre, a famous baseball manager.
  • Some pens: BICS, A brand of ballpoint pens.
  • Basketball arena with a generic pollster sponsorship?: DATACENTER, A playful term for an arena sponsored by a data analytics company.
  • Olympian Katie Ledecky’s country for short: USA, The United States of America.
  • Gym unit: REP, Short for repetition, a single exercise movement.
  • Gravy on menus: JUS, A French culinary term for a light gravy or sauce.
  • Definitely!: YES, An affirmative response.
  • 2017 Emma Watson role: BELLE, The character Emma Watson played in “Beauty and the Beast.”
  • Many a reggae artist: RASTA, A follower of Rastafarianism.
  • Cricket ground with a generic lift sponsorship?: ELEVATORPITCH, A humorous term for a cricket field sponsored by an elevator company.
  • Rot: DECAY, The process of decomposition.
  • Ice sheets: FLOES, Large floating sheets of ice.
  • D-backs in box scores: ARI, Abbreviation for the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team.
  • Go on the __: LAM, To be on the run, especially from the law.
  • Gangnam Style rapper: PSY, The South Korean musician famous for “Gangnam Style.”
  • Teensy: WEE, Very small.
  • Baseball stadium with a generic zoo sponsorship?: SAFARIPARK, A fanciful term for a baseball park sponsored by a zoo.
  • Ibiza por ejemplo: ISLA, Spanish for island, as Ibiza is an example.
  • __ owl: bird with white feathers: SNOWY, A type of owl known for its white plumage.
  • Saudi Arabia’s capital: RIYADH, The capital city of Saudi Arabia.
  • Sicilian volcano: ETNA, A well-known active volcano in Sicily.
  • Soccer venue with a generic military sponsorship?: FORCEFIELD, A clever term for a soccer field sponsored by the military.
  • Chitchat: TALK, Casual conversation.
  • Lotion additive: ALOE, A soothing ingredient commonly added to lotions.
  • Star Wars spin-off: ANDOR, A series set in the Star Wars universe.
  • Eyelid inflammation: STYE, A small infected swelling on the eyelid.
  • Tidings: NEWS, Information or reports of recent events.
  • Hoarse: RASPY, Having a rough or harsh-sounding voice.
  • Wt. units: LBS, Abbreviation for pounds, a unit of weight.
  • One with a platonic partner for short: ARO, Short for aromantic, a person who experiences little or no romantic attraction.
  • I have no preference: YOURCALL, A phrase indicating that the decision is up to someone else.
  • Parkway divisions: LANES, The separate pathways for vehicles on a road.
  • Has a summer job?: ADDS, To hold a seasonal job, often for extra income.
  • Rest of the road?: CARNAP, A humorous twist suggesting taking a nap in a car.
  • Sailors’ “Halt!”: AVAST, A command to stop or hold.
  • Bug maybe: MIC, Short for microphone, which can be used for surveillance.
  • Brief “You got me”: IDK, Abbreviation for “I don’t know.”
  • Serenade maybe: CROON, To sing softly and intimately.
  • Like comfort food: HEARTY, Rich, filling, and satisfying.
  • Like some subscriber-based apps: ADFREE, Apps that do not display advertisements.
  • Wannabes: POSERS, People who try to imitate others, often without genuine skill or knowledge.
  • Beach widener at times: TIDE, The periodic rise and fall of sea levels.
  • Take the stand: TESTIFY, To give evidence or bear witness, especially in court.
  • Rude address: BUB, An informal and sometimes disrespectful way to address someone.
  • Understood: ISEE, A phrase indicating comprehension.
  • Not closed: AJAR, Slightly open.
  • Turning point: CUSP, A point of transition between two different states.
  • Merrymaking: REVELRY, Lively and noisy festivities.
  • Was in first: LED, To be ahead in a race or competition.
  • The Natural protagonist Hobbs: ROY, The main character in the novel and film “The Natural.”
  • The A of RHOA: Abbr.: ATL, Short for Atlanta, the setting of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.”
  • Beneficial berry: ACAI, A berry known for its health benefits.
  • Pack (down): TAMP, To press or pack down firmly.
  • Dairy structures: COWSHEDS, Buildings where cows are housed.
  • “Come to my side, pup!”: HEEL, A command for a dog to walk closely beside its owner.
  • __ shanty: SEA, A type of traditional maritime song.
  • Cash on hand, investments, etc.: ASSETS, Items of value owned by a person or company.
  • Give a piece of one’s mind: RANTAT, To criticize or scold angrily.
  • “That’d be nice”: IFONLY, A phrase expressing a wistful desire.
  • Tag lines?: PRICES, The amounts of money required for products, often found on tags.
  • Actress Ione: SKYE, Ione Skye, an actress known for her roles in various films.
  • Wide __: AWAKE, Fully alert and conscious.
  • Bow projectile: ARROW, A pointed weapon shot from a bow.
  • Tony winner Menzel: IDINA, Idina Menzel, a singer and actress known for her Broadway performances.
  • Not close: AFAR, At a great distance.
  • Swiftie to Swift: FAN, A devoted admirer of Taylor Swift.
  • Joyful cry at a fútbol match: OLE, A cheer used by fans at soccer matches.
  • Cut back: LOP, To trim or cut off.
  • Needing a humidifier: DRY, Lacking moisture.

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