LA Times Crossword April 2 2023 Answers (4/2/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's LA Times Crossword puzzle for April 2 2023 to help you finish it up!
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The LA Times Crossword is a daily crossword puzzle published in the Los Angeles Times, one of the largest newspapers in the United States. It is highly regarded by crossword enthusiasts for its challenging clues and clever themes. It is a traditional-style crossword, with a grid of black and white squares, and clues in both the across and down directions. The LA Times Crossword offers a daily challenge for solvers of all levels, from beginner to expert. If you’ve had trouble with this puzzle, we have all of the answers to the LA Times Crossword published on April 2 2023.

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Below you will find all of the answers for the April 2 2023 LA Times Crossword. Click/tap on the appropriate clue to get the answer. We have done it this way so that if you’re just looking for a handful of clues, you won’t spoil other ones you’re working on! You can also find an ongoing post of the latest LA Times Crossword Answers.

Go against
Mesoamerican pyramid builders
Cozy room
Pelee Islands Great Lake
Same here!
When the moon hits your eye feeling
Dublin-born singer/activist
Traveling puppet show featuring talking melons?
Sign of aging
Add zest to e.g.
Skipping school
One of 10 in Exodus
Org. with an elephant mascot
German gent
Squirt __
Hearth debris
Coffee vessel with a broken handle?
H.H. Munros pen name
Trauma ctrs.
Anchors __: Navy fight song
Classic TV brand
Man of La Mancha
Mystery writer Nevada
Talk enthusiastically in a nerdy way
Chinese zodiac animal before the Ox
Men never eat flaky pastry for brunch e.g.?
D-Day fleet
Carol opener
Taj Mahal city
Remote hiding place?
Pay attention to
Colorful Hindu festival
Matthew of HBOs Perry Mason
Male deer
Media revenue source
All right already!
Result of an orchards promotional deal with a bakery?
Former Fed chair Bernanke
Website known for feminist cultural criticism
Microwave alert
Competence in a specific field
Not on edge
Scouring pad brand
Goofs up
Credit cards only
Lobster soup thats a little too spicy?
One of the fam
Stunning defeat
Sings soothingly
Teahouse mat
Papier-mâché party item
Rule for adding toppings to french fries?
Some sheep
Bath-loving Muppet
Striped stone
Obj. of identity theft
Campus list-makers
Russian turndown
__ of yore
Solstice mo.
Timeline units
__ print
One more time
Before long
School domain
Whirlybirds for short
Earth en español
Last name of acting sisters Rooney and Kate
Interspersed with
Video-sharing site
Abstract art pioneer Jean
Leak slowly
Unconventional spot for breadmaking?
Follow logically
Takes down
Sledding spot
Luca of The Godfather
Beginning on
Grounds crew concern
Wood-shaping tool
Metallic finish?
Pastoral sound
Cold War initials
California wine valley
32-card game
Cherry red
Some British peers
A Death in the Family Pulitzer winner James
Last name of NBA brothers Steph and Seth
Map collection
Brightness stats?
Writer: Abbr.
Place to retire
Blackjack card
Some 1980s Chryslers
Called Shotgun! say
Corp. leader
Potato pancake
Manga made for adolescent girls
Like some chardonnay barrels
Box of donuts kept on ice?
__ de cologne
Novelist Erdrich
Still competing
Take turns?
Vigoda of Fish
__ service
4×4 briefly
Greek salad topper
Like non-oyster months traditionally
Root beer eponym
Neutral tone
CNBC topic
Club ingredient
Zipped again
Sashimi fish
Lennys pal on Laverne & Shirley
Native Nebraskans
Persia today
Not nice!
Wedding party
Skye of La Brea
Nightie fabric
Surname of two British prime ministers
Queen Sugar actress Lifford
Comedian Richter
Mine extraction
OPEC member
Tee preceder

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