LA Times October 18 2020 Crossword Answers

Welcome to WallStreetJournalCrossword.com

WSJ has one of the best crosswords we've got our hands to and definitely our daily go to puzzle.

We're two big fans of this puzzle and having solved Wall Street's crosswords for almost a decade now we consider ourselves very knowledgeable on this one so we decided to create a blog where we post the solutions to every clue, every day.

Hello crossword puzzle lovers!

We know how challenging finding the right answer can get, so we are here to help you when you are stuck… On this page you can find all the answers to LA Times Crosswords.

We’ve been working for the past years to solve all the clues from the papers and online crosswords such as LA Times.

If you are looking for older ones use the search box or the calendar/archive.

LA Times Crossword Answers October 18 2020

NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer

  • Rush job notation
  • Lose one’s way at the podium
  • Wild guess
  • Eastern “way”
  • Valley with vines
  • Court
  • Cry out loud
  • “__ Luna”: Allende novel
  • “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” singer Leo
  • Wrecked Mitsubishi SUVs?
  • End-of-page abbr.
  • 1998 animated bug film
  • “And how!”
  • Eponymous lab dish inventor
  • Iconic ’60s-’70s TV caretaker
  • Skein formers
  • Response to “Shall we?”
  • Followed Chevy SUVs?
  • Worn
  • Made
  • Inflexible
  • Indian term of respect
  • Modern office staples
  • Foundry waste
  • Kept adding to, as a tab
  • Choice for the kitchen
  • Thrust
  • Like-minded group
  • Greenwich who co-wrote songs for the Ronettes and Crystals
  • Tar
  • Head cases?
  • Tricks
  • Fraternity letter
  • Found spots for Ford pickups?
  • Tiny songbird
  • Eject
  • Simple to manage
  • Pepper named for a state
  • “What the Butler Saw” playwright
  • The “E” in Q.E.D.
  • Indian spice mixtures
  • “The Dirty Dozen” star
  • Comic strip frame
  • José’s home
  • Put the kibosh on
  • Sock part
  • Poker Flat creator
  • Seals’ singing partner
  • Building for tools
  • Selected classic VWs at an online auction?
  • Partnership for Peace gp.
  • Leftovers wrap
  • Crossword solver’s smudge
  • Something in the air
  • Tenant
  • Series finale: Abbr.
  • Youngster
  • Pointed the way for Subaru SUVs?
  • They cast no votes
  • Dr. Seuss’ Sam-__
  • Former slugger Martinez
  • Weapons cache
  • Wasn’t straight
  • Pack critter
  • Getaway spots
  • Fannies
  • Listening devices
  • Note in an E scale
  • Parting word
  • Wild way to go
  • Good Samaritan story, say
  • Betrayed, with “on”
  • Familiar gamut
  • 1980s Peppard co-star
  • Partiality
  • Whopper
  • Broke the surface
  • Borg and Bergman
  • Snacks in shells
  • Afflict
  • Minor disruption
  • Took Honda SUVs for demo drives?
  • Ward off
  • Spring locale
  • Sudden outbursts
  • Bucks in the woods
  • Soccer immortal
  • Obligation
  • Slight touches
  • Multinational money
  • White rice’s lack
  • “The Mod Squad” cop with an Afro
  • Feverish feeling
  • Energy
  • Bring into being
  • Like some norms or ills
  • Medical center
  • Takes care of
  • Work with a hunter, perhaps
  • Spanish dessert
  • Yearn
  • Coddling for a comrade, briefly
  • Weaken
  • Picnic staple
  • Product of Bali
  • “Lawrence of Arabia” star Peter
  • MLB Network sportscaster __ Shehadi
  • Cleaned the interiors of Geo compacts?
  • Weep
  • Decimated Asian sea
  • “The Americans” co-star Russell
  • Pizzazz
  • Banned pesticide
  • Govt. org. that aids entrepreneurs
  • Barnyard male
  • Fancy ties
  • Rapper cousin of Snoop
  • Target
  • Required pot contribution
  • Start of an idea
  • Fishing gear
  • Super __
  • Quivering
  • Focus of a 1990s-2000s baseball “era”
  • Stocks and such
  • Implies
  • Michael of “Arrested Development”
  • Naturally carbonated brew
  • Main Web page
  • Doctrines
  • Young Clark’s love
  • Ross and DeVos
  • Gymnast Comaneci
  • Opera solos
  • __ football
  • Takes steps
  • Linen hue
  • Radiation measures
  • To be, in Tours
  • “Let me give you a __ … “
  • Japanese drama
  • Long of “Empire”