LA Times Crossword May 5 2020 Answers

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Bay Area force: Abbr.

Leaves at the altar

News story opening

Words with bow or knot

Eye-boggling work

Foreboding sign

*The opportunity to be successful again

Defunct luxury New York department store

Chinese leader who said, “Women hold up half the sky”

Ruby, for one

Admission of deceit

*”I’d do the same thing again”

Swedish soprano Jenny

Beast with tusks

Color tones

Natl. population, e.g.

Swiss high point

Director Craven

*”Stupid superstition,” for one

Like some jokes

or – particle

“You betcha”

Jones of the Monkees

“Ultimate Driving Machine” vehicles

Soccer immortal

*”Don’t be so oblivious”

Propose, as a theory

Musician Yoko

Stick in a boat

Capital of Georgia (the country)

Evening with the kids, or when the ends of the answers to starred clues might be played

New Haven collegians


Friend’s pronoun

Like creamy desserts

“__ you sweet!”

Nos. on an airport board

Unmoving Calder work

Last round contestant

Scrutinize using, as a microscope

Became clear to, with “on”

Baby marsupial

Some beers: Abbr.

__ Vegas

Quake aftershock

Brown ermine

“OMG, funny!”

Asylum seeker



Headed up

Grabs a snack

When toddlers snooze

Cast out

Data transmission unit

Cry after un gol

Carries the day

Bright star

Ethylene __: antifreeze

“That’s big news!”

Optometrist’s concern

Completely enjoyed

Small sizes

North America’s highest peak

Type of energy or reactor

Backyard barbecue staple


One picking up the staff lunch order, perhaps

Clapton classic

Wrestler’s goal

Feds under Ness

Sing (out) loudly


Latin greeting