LA Times Crossword May 26 2024 Answers (5/26/24)

Here are all of the answers to today's LA Times Crossword puzzle for May 26 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Our LA Times Crossword May 26, 2024 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue. 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.

LA Times Crossword May 26, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the LA Times Crossword on 5/26/24, we’ve listed all of the crossword clues below so you can find the answer(s) you need. You can search for the clue and then select 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!

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# Clue
1A FLOTUS after Hillary
6A Result of a lost front tooth, perhaps
10A Winter accessory
15A Docs doing deliveries
18A Fairy tale bullies
19A Kuwaiti ruler
20A Gainbridge Fieldhouse player
21A "Sussudio" singer Collins
22A Home business?
25A Sword side
26A Ritzy
27A PJ top, perhaps
28A Change one's story?
29A Handle
30A Sift through
32A Small stream
34A "They set us up!"
36A Italian "That'll do!"
39A Risky business?
42A Fail to cooperate?
44A Timid souls
45A Division I org. based in Arlington, Texas
46A Efficient
47A Diamond with hits
49A Pita sandwiches
52A Rough and disorderly
56A Pressing business?
59A Checker's concern
61A Loafer, e.g.
62A Souvenir shop staples
63A Pop, to baby
66A Real struggle
68A Buckeyes' sch.
70A Core business?
74A Venn diagram grouping
75A 1960s sitcom family with a pet dragon named Spot
77A Entreaty
78A Formerly, once
80A Amount countable on one hand
81A Partially melted
83A Funny business?
88A Six Flags attractions
90A Afternoon class hour
93A 127-Across's Bonneville __ Flats
94A Homeowner's overhaul, for short
95A ICU readout
97A Response to something 98-Down
99A Gymnastics team gear
101A Family business?
107A Scanner brand
108A More than necessary
109A Wind with keys
110A Unnamed others
112A Slimming procedure, for short
113A Gothic governess
115A Guesses from late guests, briefly
117A Lack of pep
121A "Hooked on Classics" record label
122A Nobody's business?
125A Make waterproof
126A Doomed, so to speak
127A Bryce Canyon National Park locale
128A Run the __
129A Couture monogram
130A Weasel relative
131A Okay
132A Kimberly of "Diary of a Mad Black Woman"
1D Parliament member
2D "The African Queen" screenwriter James
3D Intercontinental mountain range
4D Second thoughts
5D Like one of the ace community
6D Service that's neither good nor bad?
7D Apple that comes in many colors
8D Lutelike instruments
9D Pump option
10D Lotion letters
11D Central Perk, e.g.
12D Biting
13D Compete in a poetry slam
14D Tool that resembles a "P"
15D "Fiddlesticks!"
16D Burger with a jingle listing its ingredients
17D Grumpy colleague
21D Whitsunday, by another name
23D Seasoning for French fries?
24D North Sea work site
31D First part of many forms
33D Like many doilies
35D Vegan panna cotta ingredient
36D Lacking locks
37D Laptop using ChromeOS, maybe
38D "More to come"
40D Apt reply to "Does drei times drei equal acht?"
41D Brand with a Kids Tactical Vest Kit
43D Tiny outfits
48D What a journalist might bury, in jargon
50D Home of surfing's Triple Crown
51D Slew
53D Teakettles and referees, e.g.
54D Cake stand topper
55D Chuck, casually
57D What just isn't right?
58D Hoarse voice
60D Had a go at
64D ISP option
65D "Gimme __"
67D Nemo's forgetful friend
68D Squad-mate of Tlaib and Pressley
69D Islamic mystic
71D Easy gait
72D "H.R. wouldn't like this" warning
73D New Mexico art community
76D Glazed treat
79D Some recycling material
82D Rishi Sunak, for one
84D Algeria neighbor
85D To-be
86D Ctrl+Z action
87D Cap'n's deputy
89D Whole alternative
91D Slightly, on scores
92D Argentine grape
96D Sticks on
98D Laugh-out-loud funny
100D The first "T" in TMNT
101D Down-home
102D Offers with clickable RSVP's
103D Overturn
104D Pain relief brand with an oxymoronic name
105D Word with empty or veiled
106D Close by
111D Snarky syllable
114D Instead
116D Daycation destinations
118D "Rent" role
119D Promising notes
120D Pay to play
123D Abbr. on a copier tray
124D "Think so, eh?"

The LA Times Crossword is a daily crossword puzzle that is published in the Los Angeles Times newspaper and on its website. The puzzle is known for its clever clues and challenging difficulty level, and is popular among crossword enthusiasts around the world.

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The LA Times Crossword was first introduced in 2005, and has since become a beloved tradition for many crossword solvers. The puzzle is created by a team of experienced crossword constructors, who are known for their skill and creativity in the field of crossword puzzles.

One of the interesting features of the LA Times Crossword is its inclusion of a wide range of topics, from pop culture and current events to science and history. The puzzle is also known for its themed sections, which can add an extra layer of complexity to the solving experience.

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