LA Times Crossword June 14 2024 Answers (Friday)

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  • Warmup in gym class maybe: LAPS, Repeated circuits around a track or field.
  • Dish with a shell: TACO, A Mexican dish with a folded or rolled tortilla filled with various mixtures.
  • Unexpressed: TACIT, Understood or implied without being stated.
  • Be a sore winner: GLOAT, To boast or revel in one’s success in a smug manner.
  • Country on the Arabian Sea: OMAN, A country located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula.
  • Clay colour: OCHRE, A natural clay earth pigment ranging from yellow to deep orange or brown.
  • Workplace for some Geniuses: APPLESTORE, A retail store operated by Apple Inc. where customer service “Geniuses” provide assistance.
  • Second stringers: BTEAM, The backup players or substitutes in a sports team.
  • Tax Day arrival astrologically: ARIES, The zodiac sign for those born between March 21 and April 19, around the time of Tax Day in the U.S.
  • Assistant: AIDE, A person who helps or supports someone, often in a professional setting.
  • Fabric tear: RIP, A tear or split in a piece of fabric.
  • Picture formatted for the small screen?: ICON, A small graphic symbol used in digital interfaces.
  • Breakfast chain with a museum in Decatur, Georgia: WAFFLEHOUSE, A popular American breakfast restaurant chain.
  • Walked worriedly: PACED, To walk back and forth anxiously.
  • Sorry laddie: NAE, Scottish dialect for “no.”
  • Slammed with customers: MOBBED, Overwhelmed by a large crowd.
  • Make a request: ASK, To inquire or request something.
  • Grand in scale: EPIC, Of great size or extent; heroic and impressive.
  • Gymnast Lee: SUNI, Suni Lee, an American artistic gymnast.
  • Home to Big Bird and Mr. Snuffleupagus: SESAMESTREET, The children’s television show featuring these characters.
  • Three-time WNBA MVP Leslie: LISA, Lisa Leslie, a former professional basketball player.
  • Scottish gal: LASS, A girl or young woman in Scottish dialect.
  • Resistance unit: OHM, The unit of electrical resistance.
  • Cupcake Wars competitors: BAKERS, People who bake cakes, bread, and other pastries.
  • Frying liquid: OIL, A liquid used in cooking for frying.
  • Spanish small bites: TAPAS, Small savory dishes or appetizers in Spanish cuisine.
  • Restaurant with a Never-Ending Pasta Pass: OLIVEGARDEN, An American restaurant chain specializing in Italian-American cuisine.
  • Nu metal band since 1993: KORN, An American nu-metal band.
  • Sanctions: OKS, Approves or gives permission.
  • Sponge feature: PORE, A small opening on the surface of a sponge.
  • Artisan association: GUILD, An association of craftsmen or merchants.
  • African snake: MAMBA, A highly venomous snake found in Africa.
  • Tasty location associated with Guy Fieri and where to find 18-, 26-, 38-, and 53-Across?: FLAVORTOWN, A catchphrase used by Guy Fieri to describe delicious food locations.
  • Decide (to): ELECT, To choose or decide to do something.
  • East in Spanish: ESTE, The Spanish word for east.
  • Spanish lakes: LAGOS, The Spanish word for lakes.
  • Ding-dong __: DITCH, A prank where someone rings a doorbell and runs away.
  • Shoulder muscle briefly: DELT, Short for deltoid, the shoulder muscle.
  • Out of __: SYNC, Not in harmony or not synchronized.
  • JFK alternative: LGA, LaGuardia Airport, an alternative to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
  • Andean grazers: ALPACAS, Domesticated animals from the Andes known for their wool.
  • Candy mixed with Coke in a chemistry experiment: POPROCKS, A type of candy that creates a fizzy reaction when mixed with soda.
  • Contact lens solution: SALINE, A solution used to clean and store contact lenses.
  • Tater bite: TOT, A small, cylindrical piece of deep-fried grated potato.
  • Spanish “I love”: AMO, The Spanish word for “I love.”
  • Large mimosa order: CARAFE, A large container used for serving drinks.
  • Racer Kitty known as the fastest woman in the world: ONEIL, Kitty O’Neil, a famous stuntwoman and racer.
  • Not gonna lie …: TOBEHONEST, A phrase used to introduce a candid statement.
  • Put on a show: ACT, To perform or play a role in a theatrical production.
  • Angelic being: CHERUB, A type of angel often depicted as a chubby, innocent-looking child.
  • Confident words at the poker table: IRAISE, A phrase used when increasing the bet in poker.
  • Filled in at the office: TEMPED, Worked temporarily in place of someone else.
  • Golfing prop: TEE, A small stand used to support a golf ball.
  • U-turn from NNE: SSW, A compass direction that is the opposite of north-northeast.
  • Objects gently: DEMURS, Politely refuses or raises objections.
  • Hoppy pub initials: IPA, Short for India Pale Ale, a type of beer.
  • Jungian inner self: ANIMA, The feminine aspect of a man’s personality in Jungian psychology.
  • Stand up to: FACE, To confront or deal with boldly.
  • Off-Broadway award: OBIE, An award for Off-Broadway theater productions.
  • Shortcut created by foot traffic: DESIREPATH, A path formed naturally by people walking.
  • Turn a certain corner in Monopoly: PASSGO, To move past the “GO” space in the game of Monopoly.
  • Like bread for stuffing: STALE, Bread that has become dry and hard.
  • -1412 ft. for the Dead Sea: ELEV, Abbreviation for elevation, indicating the Dead Sea’s depth below sea level.
  • Lost traction: SLID, Moved smoothly along a surface, losing grip.
  • The lay of the land?: TOPOLOGY, The study of the properties of geometric figures or spaces.
  • Earned with extreme effort: HARDWON, Achieved after a great deal of effort.
  • Bing portal: MSN, An online service and portal by Microsoft.
  • Thundered: BOOMED, Made a deep, resonant sound.
  • Basic stuff?: ALKALI, A substance with basic properties, opposite of acidic.
  • Destiny: KISMET, A term for fate or destiny.
  • Words of warning: ORELSE, A phrase used to warn of consequences.
  • Japanese dogs: AKITAS, A breed of large, powerful dogs from Japan.
  • Sounded like 52-Down: ARFED, Made a barking sound, like a dog.
  • Habitat for Humanity e.g. for short: NGO, Non-Governmental Organization.
  • Online address: URL, The address of a web page on the internet.
  • Loop in on the DL: BCC, Blind Carbon Copy, a way to send an email to multiple people without them knowing.
  • Emory U.’s home: ATL, Abbreviation for Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Dog doc: VET, A veterinarian.
  • Foreign policy gp.: NSC, National Security Council.

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