WSJ Crossword March 11 2023 Answers (3/11/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Wall Street Journal Crossword puzzle for March 11 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Clue
Minion
A whole bunch
Father of Ishmael and Isaac
Martial art that means “way of adapting the spirit”
Put to rest
Crossing route
They’re seen by the way (2000, 2002)
It has lots of sharp teeth (2004, 1998)
Game dogs
Like the baby boom
Clock numeral
Oozes
Football’s Grier or Taylor
“Oh, boohoo!”
Org. that accepts returns
“All pity is self-pity” poet
Changed into
Like single-dose medication (2008, 2007)
Intrepid individual (2012, 2020)
Bestselling male singer of the 2010s
Instruments with seven pedals
Pontiac of the 1960s and 1970s
Very slight
Puts back on the wall
Stay on the sideline
Challenge for a body shop
Significant other
“Cryptonomicon” author Stephenson
Response to the captain
Subject of an NTSB investigation (1980, 2004)
Genetic messenger
Reduced amount
Kept fingers crossed
ASAP, medically speaking
Briefly
Work place
Craftsperson
Ready for surgical use
Sherlock’s sister in a book series by Nancy Springer
On the go
Like many a string of old Christmas lights (2010, 2009)
Places for whales to catch their breath (2001, 2003)
Complete
Watery defenses
Places where scrubs are worn: Abbr.
Shakes
Betrayed astonishment
Japanese dog
Cartoon dog
Fills with bubbles
Break down
They’re seen in lots of laps (2016, 2006)
Data transfer rate (1976, 1994)
Dodge SUV
Wee bits
Odorless gas
First president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association
Prepares for tomorrow’s final
Logical thought
Dyeing spots
End for million, billion or gazillion
Card game for three
Makes finer
Magazine income source
Noted wine valley
Carrier to Copenhagen
Movie part
“An Inconvenient Truth” writer
Ted of “The Good Place”
Arrangements: Abbr.
One who’ll test your metal
Stand
Unprocessed
Vatican vestment
Computer who says “Dave, my mind is going. I can feel it. I can feel it.”
Diarist Nin
Word with event or circus
Senate shower
End-of-Ramadan festival
NASA administrator James for whom a space telescope is named
So great
Hold
Eclipses, to primitive people
Marriott subsidiary
Thing
Malek of “Bohemian Rhapsody”
Onion layer
Sweetums
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse squad, familiarly
Cherokee Strip city
Where Hercules completed his first labor
Muscat native
External
Concentrated, in a way
Eric Clapton song
Backslide
Like some radio talk shows
Stored a backup copy on
Copier tray abbr.
IBM competitor
Warning sound
Top-tier invitees
Busybody
German industrial city
Vietnamese soup
Easy tennis shot
Butterfield of “Hugo”
Building material for a little pig
Come out of one’s shell
Increased suddenly
One of the Jackson 5
Creator of Kanga and Roo
Knight at the movies
Idris of the “Thor” movies
Storage structure
Assert
“The Untouchables” hero
“Why don’t we!”
Utah ski resort
Pushes
Orchard fruit
Sundqvist of the Detroit Red Wings
Component of a shower
Folk singer from Birmingham
Go astray
What investigators follow
Full-length
Uncontrollable fear
Tattoo worker
Asset for decorators
Greek starter
Ship of myth
Started a triathlon
Senate votes
Paradoxical Greek
Utopia
Historian’s focus
Send packing
Hill climber
WWII spy org.

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