LA Times Crossword April 9 2023 Answers (4/9/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's LA Times Crossword puzzle for April 9 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 9 2023.

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Below you will find all of the answers for the April 9 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.

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Clue
Contemporary
Place to grab a pint
Smitten Kitchen blogger Perelman
Butterfingers
Quaint desktop item
Not to be trusted
Lyrical
AC meas.
Trouble for an orthodox rabbi?
Place to clean up
Appearance
Trouble with the sewer line?
Fighting
Hallelujah songwriter Cohen
Unfeeling
Black-footed pet
Public relations effort
Mm-hmm
Thermometer type
Rideshare predictions briefly
But to no __
Frosty coat
Bingham of Baywatch
Jewelry retailer Alex and __
Makeup pencil target
Perfume name
Sparkly threads
Guinness superlative
Lasting impression
Quran scholar
Inflation fig.
Ragtime legend Blake
Port-of-Spains island
Playwrights prize
Jazz singer Carmen
Trouble in a candy store?
Sharpens
Interstate H-1 locale
Zoological kingdom
TWA rival
Sluggers stat
Write online
Warmhearted
Comebacks
Squeal
Gathering clouds say
Boxing champions prize
Word of support
Dried poblano
Part of Q.E.D.
__ parade
Open some
Cowardly Lion portrayer
Green shot
Howve you __?
Djibouti language
Calvary inscription
Tony Starks alter ego
Tire holders
Trouble for a barista?
Worlds largest peninsula
Keeps safe
Trouble with an alibi?
Afflict
Whoa … thats food for thought
Oddball
Long and slippery
Melancholy
Farm area
UV-blocker rating syst.
Like tea leaves
Deluge refuge
Failed fudge maybe
Thrilling pair?
Some expensive sweaters
__ Fideles
Maryland athlete for short
Kick out
Dental care suffix
Tracey Takes On … comedian
How some musicians play
Blue
Santa portrayer in Elf
Lobster soup
Soprano woodwind
The whole shebang
Stew
Pixars Pearl and Hank e.g.
Bud
Winter fishing tool
Converted in a way
It is a tale / Told by an __: Macbeth
Prudential alternative
Trouble with a movie promo?
Zilch
Achievement
Anklebones
Tie the knot
Trouble with a Bronx cheer?
Crushes the final
Monet flowers
Says nay
Meddles
The Things They Carried writer OBrien
Tony winner Neuwirth
Sanchez who voiced Dora the Explorer
Just a __
Island feast
Originate (from)
Sounded like a loose floorboard
Got older and wiser perhaps
GarageBand device
Oberlins state
__ Kombat: video game franchise
Beach shelter
Lose it
Power measure
Drink in a mug
Tennis great Monica
Rain-__ gum
Freshwater ducks
Dress of draped silk
__ Shop: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis hit
Theme
Twofold
The Dave Clark Five e.g.
Farm area
Comment
Friendly
Consumer Reports data
Proof of purchase
Colorful songbird
Have to have
Hazards
Scruffs
IRS form experts
Solo often sung in Italian
Soufflé recipe word
Glimpse
Cy Young winner Saberhagen
That sounds painful
Guff
Make (out)
Club __

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