Crossword Explorer Switzerland - Level 571

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Switzerland - Level 571

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1d. Skewer to hold meat over fire:

SPIT

1a. Close securely, as an envelope:

SEAL

2d. "To ___ his own":

EACH

3d. ___ vera (skin lotion ingredient):

ALOE

4d. Desires for, earnestly:

LONGS

5d. Sound of interruption from the throat:

AHEM

5a. ___-inspiring (mind-blowing):

AWE

6d. ___ Wonka, eccentric chocolatier from Roald Dahl's children's novel "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory":

WILLY

7d. Murphy of "The Nutty Professor":

EDDIE

8d. Walks down the aisle:

WEDS

8a. "Doctor ___" (BBC sci-fi series):

WHO

9d. Premium network that won 10 Primetime Emmys in 2017: Abbr.:

HBO

10d. Price negotiation acronym:

OBO

11a. ___ Alto (city in California):

PALO

12a. Put something away from prying eyes:

HID

13a. Flow back, as a tide:

EBB

14a. Tappable picture on a smartphone screen:

ICON

15d. Social ___ (Facebook, Instagram, and the like):

MEDIA

15a. Set of matching cards, as in Canasta or Gin Rummy:

MELD

16a. Shaggy's buddy Scooby-___:

DOO

17a. First children's novel written by Roald Dahl in 1943 about mischievous mythical creatures: 2 wds.:

THEGREMLINS

18d. Joe ___, three-time MLB all-star outfielder of the 1960s:

RUDI

19d. Kitten-lifting spot:

NAPE

20a. Opposite of "nord" in French:

SUD

21a. Word of support:

YEA

22d. Cadillac sedan or coupe:

ATS

22a. ___ Ventura, Jim Carrey's memorable detective character:

ACE

23d. ___-Town, nickname for the most populous city in Illinois:

CHI

24d. Wriggly sushi fish:

EEL

25a. Run out of power, like a battery:

DIE

26d. "The ___ justifies the means":

END

27a. Sneak a glance:

PEEP

28d. ___-splitting (extremely loud):

EAR

29d. ___-friendly (like electric cars):

ECO

30d. Professor's degree, maybe: Abbr.:

PHD

31a. "James and ___," children's novel written by Roald Dahl in 1961, about a young boy's adventure with seven magically-altered garden bugs: 3 wds.:

THEGIANTPEACH

32d. Loose flowing dress:

GOWN

33d. Former world heavyweight boxing champ Mike:

TYSON

34d. The Black Eyed ___ ("Don't Stop the Party" group):

PEAS

35a. Tower filled with grain:

SILO

36a. Fabric coloring agent:

DYE

37a. Hot ___ (powerful car):

ROD

38a. Swish a tail:

WAG

39d. Morgan Freeman, for one:

ACTOR

40d. Spherical representation of the earth:

GLOBE

41a. First day of the weekend, for short:

SAT

42d. "The ___," Roald Dahl's children's book written in 1979 about a mean couple who play pranks on each other:

TWITS

43d. "The ___ Duckling" (fairy tale):

UGLY

43a. "My ___," Roald Dahl's adult novel published in 1979 about a man discovering the aphrodisiac powers of the Sudanese blister beetle: 2 wds.:

UNCLEOSWALD

44d. ___ Andrews of "Dancing With The Stars":

ERIN

45d. Farm-measuring unit:

ACRE

46d. Tilt to one side:

LEAN

47d. The "D" in "NYPD," for short:

DEPT

48d. Sizeable:

BIG

48a. "The ___," children's novel written by Roald Dahl in 1982 about a young girl named Sophie who meets a colossal man:

BFG

49d. Viral outbreak, for short:

FLU

50a. Damaged, like a muscle:

TORN

51a. The ___ Company, cold beverage company with a polar bear as the mascot:

ICEE

52a. "Thanks, but ___ manage on my own.":

ILL

53a. Knotted Japanese sash:

OBI

54a. Device that could catch a mouse:

TRAP

55a. ___ Ritchie, director of the 2019 film "Aladdin":

GUY

56a. Kylo ___, Darth Vader's grandson in "Star Wars":

REN

57a. Delivered, as a text:

SENT
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