Crossword Explorer Portugal - Level 467

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Portugal - Level 467

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1d. Genetic code material: Abbr.:

DNA

1a. Unpaid loan:

DEBT

2d. A very long time:

EON

3d. A relaxing soak with bubbles and salts:

BATH

4d. Someone who steals:

THIEF

5d. "It's a ___!" (fraud):

SHAM

5a. Mudbath locale:

SPA

6d. Lacking in color:

PALE

7d. Dog in "The Jetsons":

ASTRO

8d. Prayer ender:

AMEN

8a. Beast of burden:

ASS

9d. Auctioned off:

SOLD

10d. Lounge couch:

SOFA

11a. Biblical ark builder:

NOAH

12a. ___ browns (breakfast order):

HASH

13d. Adding another one would make it Santa's laughter:

HOHO

14a. Cow's call:

MOO

15a. Prefix used with "biotic" or "virus":

ANTI

16a. High male voice also known as countertenor:

ALTO

17a. Tiny friend in many a fairytale:

ELF

18a. Number-one hit released by The Beach Boys in 1965 which was featured in "That Darn Cat!" starring Hayley Mills: 3 wds.:

HELPMERHONDA

19d. Actor Schreiber who portrayed Marty Baron in "Spotlight":

LIEV

20d. Accompanies a "mani":

PEDI

21d. "___, I wasn't expecting you." (surprised "hello"): 2 wds.:

OHHI

22a. Shakespearean expression of disgust or shame:

FIE

23a. ___ and aah (expression of admiration):

OOH

24d. "Long time ___ in Bethlehem...":

AGO

24a. ___ in or nothing:

ALL

25d. Wooden bit used in a campfire:

LOG

26d. Reaction to a funny video on WhatsApp: Abbr.:

LOL

27a. Modify a document:

EDIT

28d. "May ___ of service?": 2 wds.:

IBE

29d. ___-la-la (nonsensical syllables):

TRA

30a. Pile or load:

HEAP

31d. Fair-hiring initials: Abbr.:

EOE

32d. "Barbara ___," number-one hit released by The Beach Boys in 1965 which was a cover of a song by the Regents:

ANN

33d. L.A. time zone: Abbr.:

PST

34a. Number-one hit released by The Beach Boys in 1966 which was featured in the climax scene of "Vanilla Sky" starring Tom Cruise: 2 wds.:

GOODVIBRATIONS

35d. One who is not able to hear:

DEAF

36d. "___ I care!": 2 wds.:

ASIF

37d. Banks of "America's Next Top Model":

TYRA

38a. Stare at, creepily:

OGLE

39a. Not hard:

EASY

40a. Sinusitis specialist: Abbr.:

ENT

41a. "Life of Pi" director Lee:

ANG

42d. "Wouldn't It Be ___," hit released by The Beach Boys in 1966 which was featured in "50 First Dates" starring Adam Sandler:

NICE

43d. Garden dwarf:

GNOME

44a. Extreme wrath:

IRE

45d. Clean a slate:

ERASE

46d. "___ Lake" (ballet composed by Tchaikovsky):

SWAN

46a. Hit released by The Beach Boys in 1962 which was featured in "American Graffiti" starring Richard Dreyfuss: 2 wds.:

SURFINSAFARI

47d. "Oops!": Hyph.:

UHOH

48d. "Rock and ___ Music," hit released by The Beach Boys in 1976 which was a cover of a song by Chuck Berry:

ROLL

49d. Outcomes post some additions:

SUMS

50d. ___ on the back (expression of praise): 2 wds.:

APAT

51d. "___ Around," the first number-one charting song released by The Beach Boys in 1964: 2 wds.:

IGET

52a. The ___ (English rock band of the '60s):

WHO

53a. Forceful takeover (by a military):

COUP

54a. "It's been ___ since we last met." (quite a long time):

AGES

55d. "And so on...": Abbr.:

ETC

56d. Librarian's "quiet!":

SHH

57a. Early internet pioneers, acquired by Verizon in 2015:

AOL

58a. Rachel's baby girl in "F.R.I.E.N.D.S":

EMMA

59a. Creator of "Family Guy" MacFarlane:

SETH

60a. Stanley Cup organization: Abbr.:

NHL

61a. Superlative suffix for "cool":

EST

62a. ___ A Sketch (mechanical drawing toy):

ETCH
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