Wall Street Journal - Mar 29 2022 - Birds of a Feather

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Clues Answers
“Bye!” SEEYA
“Jeepers!” GOSH
“Muchas ___” GRACIAS
“Oh, it’s no longer important” DOESNTMATTERNOW
“Sick burn!” OUCH
“Well, obviously!” NODUH
“You’ve got mail” co AOL
1932 George Raft film that featured Mae West’s screen debut NIGHTAFTERNIGHT
2001 nature documentary, and a hint to the circled letters WINGEDMIGRATION
Aardwolf’s cousin HYENA
Admission of defeat ILOSE
Air Force badge for experienced officers MASTERNAVIGATOR
Annapolis sch USNA
Asian palms SAGOS
Baseball’s first female general manager KIMNG
Bibliography listing TITLES
Big name in stationary bikes PELOTON
Book unit PAGE
Catch a bug, say AIL
Classic song OLDIE
Computing pioneer Lovelace ADA
Davis of “Thelma & Louise” GEENA
Dmitri’s denial NYET
Down SAD
File extension for an application EXE
Final words in a movie trailer, often ATHEATERNEARYOU
Find hilarious, perhaps ROARAT
Flamenco shout OLE
Formerly ONCE
Fumble ERR
Greek vowel ETA
Holland who plays Spider-Man TOM
Hwys RDS
In need of some blush, say WAN
In the style of ALA
Lettuce buy HEAD
Clues Answers
Like wicker baskets WOVEN
Longest bone in the body FEMUR
Lyft alternative TAXI
Makeup of una medalla olímpica ORO
Miner discovery ORE
Monthly expense RENT
Mounted on ATOP
Not attend SKIP
Offshore sight OILRIG
One who might cry “uncle!” NIECE
Over again ANEW
Peter and Gordon song “___ Pieces” IGOTO
Proust’s “À la recherche du temps ___” PERDU
Reared BRED
Red-wrapped cheeses EDAMS
Rose family shrub SPIREA
Sagal of “The Conners” KATEY
Seating for a service PEWS
Singer with the 2004 #1 hit “Goodies” CIARA
Slow down RETARD
Something to close before closing time BARTAB
Strongly alkaline solution LYE
Surrounding glow AURA
Takeoff guess: Abbr ETD
Tattoo artist’s supply INK
Team’s best pitcher ACE
Texas A&M athlete AGGIE
Turn on the waterworks, perhaps SOB
Unfavorable review PAN
Vardalos of “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” NIA
Very, in Veracruz MUY
Votes from the opposition NAYS
Wee bit TAD
What the devil wears, according to a 2006 movie PRADA
What the Knave of Hearts stole, in a classic poem TARTS
Word often represented by its middle letter in texts ARE
Workplace for a massage therapist SPA
Worn-out mount NAG