WSJ Crossword February 18 2023 Answers (2/18/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Wall Street Journal Crossword puzzle for February 18 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Clue
Show little interest in, as one’s dinner
Few and far between
Boxer’s kin
Words that suggest a strong hand
California motto
It’s south of Georgia
Hole in a bird’s beak?
Steered clear of
Random amount
Secluded hollows
Cry from the barrera
Half of sex-
Climate activist Thunberg
Gumshoe who cracks cases in his sleep?
Persistently bother
Day that U.K. residents vote
Easy victims
Doubles tennis pro Shibahara
Nation on the Arabian Sea
They’re tight in cabins
Dancer’s bend
Believers
Really heavy coat?
Grounds of the Timberland headquarters?
Show decisiveness
Made for corrections
Sen. Biden’s state
Eddy in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Physiologist Pavlov
Sri ___
“Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” star Louise
Issuer of nine-digit nos.
Hard skin from installing lots of window treatments?
NFL scores
Appear unexpectedly
Mammal with a low-energy diet
Special teams play
Register for
Single
Showing more skin
H look-alike
Set a cost for an Iberian river?
Anklebones of a male ass?
Bandmate of Keith
“Yikes!”
Pop group?
NYPD broadcasts
Brutus Buckeye’s sch.
Some summer babies
Loses
Take on with vigor
Inhabitant of the White House when the air conditioning conks out?
Raft mover
Impressed feeling
“You make me so mad!”
Commandments verb
“___ live and breathe!”
Famed Fauvist
Diner handouts that should have been replaced years ago?
Member of a certain college
Tennis champ Goolagong
Candlestick setting, frequently
Grotesque
Like matryoshka dolls
Make reading difficult
12-point unit
Nation on the Persian Gulf
Star of four Alfred Hitchcock movies
Joke
Incidental remarks
Articles of faith
Hawk
Kitty
Perfume from music’s Grande
179 paintings in Philadelphia’s Barnes Foundation
Secretive fraternity Phi Kappa Sigma, familiarly
Stand for a sitting
More, in Mexico
Animal carrier, of a sort
Forging pros
Latin land
Long ago
“___ upon thee, slanderer!”: Desdemona
Rage
Copying
Sounded the hour
Places
Home of King Harald V
Phone support annoyance
Builder’s figure, for short
Flat, maybe
Smart sorts
Jolly laugh
“Do I need to draw you ___?”
They give dollars for quarters
Plunderer’s take
Ping producer
Frankie Yankovic’s music
Don with four Marconi Awards
Foodie
Become more active
Judge’s place
2019 Brad Pitt sci-fi film
“La Vita Nuova” author
Ford Field footballers
Woolly camelids
Small moon
Carol Brady, to Greg, Peter and Bobby
Aurora’s offering
Made clear
A way to think
Prepares to ambush, say
Bottle part
Lacking locks
Self-proclaimed “lingvo internacia”
Big brass
Mgr.’s helper
Many a new driver
Excitedly curious
Sound from the shocked
Trader ___
Pan’s counterpart
Cinnamon-covered treats
Deceives
Make an effort
1982 Fleetwood Mac hit
“Gosford Park” director
Cautious way to think
City east of the Great Salt Lake
Bud
Word in a year-end song
Broke ground
Was litigious
Archipelago unit
“It’s nothing special”
Ryan’s “Love Story” co-star
Former French coin
Busy hosp. sections
Blasting letters
Bus. ltr. insert

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