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# Clue
1. Goddess of infatuation
2. ". . . that ___ the malt"
3. Suffix for consul or sultan
4. Satisfied edacity
5. Partook of food
6. Emulated Horner
7. Goddess "come hot from hell": Mark Antony
8. Filled a certain void
9. Noshed or brunched
10. Was corrosive
11. Emulated the Sprats
12. Satisfied a certain pang
13. Hag in "The Faerie Queene"
14. Took refection
15. Spenserian hag
16. Lunched
17. Broke a fast
18. Blind impulse
19. She comes "hot from Hell": Shak.
20. "Faerie Queene" hag
21. Goddess of recklessness
22. Daughter of Eris, according to Hesiod
23. Indulged prandially
24. Homophone for a digit
25. Goddess banished from Olympus
26. Mischievous child of Eris
27. Banished Olympian
28. Had brunch
29. ___ away (corroded)
30. Homophone for eight
31. Took nourishment
32. Daughter of Eris
33. Exiled Olympian
34. Blind impulse, personified
35. Blind impulse personified
36. Breakfasted
37. Spenser character
38. Zeus's unpleasant daughter
39. A daughter of Zeus
40. "With ___ by his side . . . ": Shak.
41. Took potluck
42. Greek goddess of punishment
43. Enjoyed the taramasalata
44. Chowed
45. Olympic imp
46. Eris's mischievous child
47. " . . . with a runcible spoon": Lear
48. Took substance
49. Goddess of evil
50. Olympic mischief-maker
51. Mischievous Olympian
52. Gorged, perhaps
53. Passion ender
54. Goddess of reckless ambition
55. Goddess of criminal folly
56. Eris's brat
57. Downed doughnuts
58. Had a hero
59. Refreshed the inner man
60. Olympic brat
61. Olympic exile
62. Impish Olympian
63. "___, o cara," Bellini aria
64. Messed
65. Broke fasts
66. Personification of reckless ambition
67. Reckless Olympian
68. Grazed on
69. Had a grinder
70. Took sustenance
71. Fressed
72. Assuaged hunger
73. Consul follower
74. Ending for consul
75. Greek goddess of infatuation
76. Had a little lamb?
77. Alien attachment
78. Grabbed a bite
79. Rusted
80. Was a consumer
81. Put away the dishes
82. Suffix with doctor or elector
83. Worried, with "at"
84. Had fare
85. Got fed up
86. Had a hero?
87. Picnicked
88. Got into a jam?
89. Pecked at
90. Took in a poor boy
91. Had a cone
92. Had a heart?
93. Filled the bill, perhaps
94. Took the cake?
95. Had something, so to speak
96. Took a course?
97. Fed on
98. Took mess
99. Got something down
100. Took in takeout?
101. Took a meal
102. Absorbed, as losses
103. With 52-Across, eroded
104. Got into a stew?
105. Stopped fasting
106. Downed a sub?
107. Took the cake, say
108. Downed a sub, say
109. Munched on
110. Got the fare down
111. Made a fast stop?
112. Took a loss on
113. Took a course
114. "Thanks, but I already ___"
115. Lunched, say
116. Swallowed the bait?
117. Showed enthusiasm for, with "up"
118. Had a bit
119. Took sides?
120. Had lunch, e.g.
121. Grazed, e.g.
122. Grazed, say
123. Got into a pickle?
124. "I already ___"
125. Put the dishes away
126. Had eggs, e.g.
127. Nibbled away
128. Worked on peanuts?
129. Took back, as words
130. Filled up on
131. Took a few seconds?
132. Went from soup to nuts, say
133. Indulged in some capers?
134. Took off the table?
135. Killed a hero?
136. Loved, with "up"
137. Had dogs, e.g.
138. "No thanks, I already ___"
139. Had breakfast or lunch
140. Took courses
141. Got on a roll?
142. Grabbed something
143. Some plates of food consumed
144. You should have just sat there and ___ your food (Pollard)
145. Enjoyed a blueberry muffin, say
146. Enjoyed a bowl of beef udon, say
147. Enjoyed a gyro, e.g.
148. Enjoyed an egg tart, say
149. Enjoyed mango sticky rice, say
150. Enjoyed natto
151. Enjoyed some cha siu bao, say
152. Enjoyed some french fries, say
153. Enjoyed some gefilte fish, say
154. Enjoyed some jiaozi, say
155. Enjoyed some pea shoots, say
156. Enjoyed some sashimi, say
157. Enjoyed sushi, say
158. Had shakshuka, say
159. Obeyed a growling stomach
160. Past tense of 62-Down
161. Polished off some paella, say
162. Quieted a growling stomach
163. Fueled up
164. Had a fast break
165. Finished fasting
166. Bore, as a cost
167. Bolted down, perhaps
168. Did some crunches?
169. Finished a cupcake
170. Fueled up, so to speak
171. Had Thanksgiving dinner, e.g.
172. Relished relishes, perhaps
173. Celebrated Thanksgiving
174. Satisfied a rumbling stomach
175. Grabbed a snack
176. Processed food?
177. Snacked on
178. Had for lunch
179. Didn't fast
180. Had a little brat?
181. Gobbled, as a turkey
182. HAD SOME OF THE ROAST
183. Had some wedding cake
184. Thanks, I already ___
185. Bit the pullet?
186. Dined in or out
187. Got a bellyful
188. Enjoyed a banh mi
189. Bothered, slangily (with "at")
190. Donned the feedbag
191. Made moth holes
192. Patronized Sardi's
193. Patronized the greasy spoon
194. Thanks, I already __
195. Had breakfast
196. Munched lunch
197. Sounds like the number in an octet
198. Went to dinner
199. Thanks, I already __.
200. Enjoyed a 17A
201. Had a hero, say
202. Eroded, with "into"
203. It must have been something I ___!
204. Finished a course, say
205. Bolted, maybe
206. Had some chow
207. It must have been something I ____
208. Took the bait, say
209. Wore through
210. Sampled red hot chili peppers, perhaps
211. Took the cake, say?
212. Nommed
213. Institution behind the Turner Prize
214. Cleaned one's plate, perhaps
215. Had kittens (if you're ALF)
216. Packed it away
217. Bit the pullet
218. Had a bite
219. Had one's cake
220. Attacked a sub?
221. Gnawed (through)
222. Had squares?
223. Supped
224. Wore (away)
225. Had a hoagie
226. Downed a sub
227. I ___ too much
228. Why was 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 ___ 9!
229. Became full of it?
230. Cleaned up a mess?
231. Did dinner
232. Grabbed some Chinese
233. Had breasts?
234. Had wings?
235. Packed away some bow ties
236. Polished off a hero
237. Polished off rocket
238. Put away everything from the lunch box
239. Sampled vanilla fudge, say
240. Swallowed a sausage
241. Threw back
242. Took care of the leftovers
243. Was full of beans?
244. Went from soup to nuts?
245. Frequented Red Lobster, e.g.
246. Had a 32-Down
247. Knocked off a hero?
248. Partook of
249. Threw down
250. Did eat.
251. Ending on prior or emir
252. Had din-din
253. Tucked into
254. Downed the above
255. Foolhardy goddess
256. Heeded some growling
257. Goddess of folly
258. Absorbed, as cost
259. Grudgingly paid
260. Patronized the cafeteria
261. Went through a mess?
262. Took some courses
263. Cleaned a plate
264. Greek goddess of folly
265. Fed upon
266. Visited the buffet car
267. Had a pizza
268. Cleaned plates
269. Foraged successfully
270. Grabbed some grub
271. Took a few seconds
272. Fed one's face
273. Absorbed the cost of, informally
274. Bolted down, so to speak
275. Enjoyed the buffet
276. Had a bellyful?
277. Refueled the body
278. Had sushi
279. Visited a restaurant, with "out"
280. Did some noshing
281. Broke fast
282. Enjoyed a blue plate special
283. Had some grub
284. No thanks, I just __
285. Absorbed, as costs
286. Ended a fast
287. Enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, say
288. Put away at dinnertime
289. Scarfed up
290. Put away some groceries?
291. Savored a serving of
292. Used (up)
293. Bolted down
294. Bolted down some nuts
295. Bolted, say
296. Enjoyed goulash, say
297. Completed the course?
298. Had a little lamb
299. Had a taco
300. Past-tense verb that sounds like a number
301. Took in takeout
302. Cut (into)
303. Enjoyed a meal
304. Had dinner
305. Downed a link, say
306. Emptied the feedbag
307. Had Subway fare
308. Liked a lot, with "up"
309. Renewed one's energy, in a way
310. Dug, with "up"
311. Enjoyed a roll
312. Had lunch, say
313. Really enjoyed, with "up"
314. Worked on a course?
315. No thanks, I already __
316. Adored, with "up"
317. Devoured, with "up"
318. Finished a dish
319. Had a burger, say
320. Had chips, say
321. Pigged out, say
322. Really dug, with "up"
323. Snacked, say
324. Absorbed, as extra expenses
325. Devoured, say
326. Dug in, at dinner
327. Lapped (up)
328. Had haggis, e.g.
329. Enjoyed brunch
330. Went to mess
331. Broke the fast
332. Had a hot dog
333. Had shad
334. Reckless Greek god
335. Potent suffix
336. Had for breakfast
337. Ignored a diet
338. Dined
339. Donned the feed bag
340. Downed
341. Had ham or lamb
342. Had a hamburger
343. Managed the munchies
344. Sultan suffix
345. Punishing goddess
346. Sat down to supper
347. Took something
348. Annoyed, with "at"
349. Had dessert
350. Polished off
351. Put away dishes
352. Got fed up with?
353. Iliad goddess
354. Stopped for lunch
355. Downed a submarine
356. Reckless Greek goddess
357. Visited the buffet
358. Broke for lunch
359. Had some dessert
360. Patronized a bistro
361. Put dishes away?
362. Had lunch
363. Chowed down
364. Wolfed down
365. Dug in
366. Field stars
367. Had a meal
368. Best players
369. Mr. T series, with "The"
370. Squad stars
371. Having one's feet up, say
372. Starting group of athletes
373. First-string athletic groups
374. Starting groups
375. Rampaging, after "on"
376. More than gnawed at
377. Elite soldiers
378. Really irked
379. Troubled terribly
380. Mr. T TV group
381. Mr. T's TV group, with "The"
382. TV/movie group associated with this puzzle's theme?
383. Field standouts
384. TV group featuring Mr. T, with "the"
385. Took 9-Down, say
386. Color used by teams from both San Jose and Jacksonville?
387. Special Forces unit court-martialed for a crime they didn't commit
388. Had a date, say
389. Homophone for the atomic number of oxygen
390. Made disappear, in a way
391. Was out to lunch?
392. Absolutely clobbered
393. Got into a mess?
394. Had one's fill
395. Had a table for one
396. Opposite of keyed up
397. Downed, as a sandwich
398. Dug in, in a way
399. Enjoyed, in a way
400. Got chicken, say
401. Got full, say
402. Had a little lamb, say?
403. Patronized 4-Down, say
404. Suffix with doctor
405. Took in some takeout, say
406. Took in takeout, say
407. Absolutely creamed
408. Crushed in competition
409. Descended upon, as mosquitoes might
410. Squad bringing more than their B game?
411. Cleared one's cookies?
412. Disposed of, in a way
413. Exhausted, with "up"
414. Fueled up, in a way
415. Gobbled up or down
416. Had a fast break?
417. Had a little something
418. Suffix with elector
419. Took a course, say
420. Word that sounds like a number ... and is a letter backward
421. Ravaged, as mosquitoes might
422. Totally trounced
423. Mardi Gras celebration featuring drinking, smoking, and gunfire?
424. O'Hair, famously
425. Thucydides' city
426. 1995 World Series champs, on scoreboards
427. '20s dispenser
428. Command to relax, as from an officer
429. Suits you to ___
430. Goddess for whom a European capital is named
431. Pitch ___ (become erect)
432. Braved going to Chuck E. Cheese's, say
433. Totally enjoyed
434. She turned Medusa's hair into snakes
435. Senior musketeer
436. Lymph suffix
437. Let me give you ___, pal
438. Bank of America devices
439. Basic objective route
440. What the Bohr model models
441. Book sort of obviated by smartphones
442. Spear-throwing tool
443. Source of statements
444. Tackled a taco
445. To -- (perfectly)
446. Reference volumes
447. From -- Z
448. '-- o'clock scholar'
449. Comfortable about
450. To -- (exactly)
451. Deity disbelievers
452. City on the Oconee
453. To -- (just so)
454. To -- (precisely)
455. 'This is only --'
456. Accepted guilt humbly
457. Fit to --
458. Explosive trial, briefly
459. When many network news shows start
460. Sports pro
461. In one's house
462. 'Up and --!'
463. Two fives for --
464. Upon initially grooming one's hair?
465. Took the rap
466. 'The Champ' actor Roscoe
467. 'Up and ('Rise and shine!') --!'
468. 'Resume the original speed'
469. '... with -- -foot pole!'
470. Fed. agency enforcing gun laws
471. Part of NCAA: Abbr.
472. Not anxious
473. Rate -- (be perfect)
474. Anti-moonshine org.
475. SALT I topic
476. NCAA part: Abbr.
477. Wisdom deity
478. 'A Lesson From Aloes' playwright Fugard
479. To __ (unerringly)
480. Fluke: "___ Bomb"
481. This might split at the best show of your life
482. Elvis Costello: "Little ___"
483. Stereolab "Golden ___"
484. A pitch
485. Blackalicious "___ G"
486. London post-rockers Bikini ___
487. 1970 Floyd album
488. 2009 Thom Yorke supergroup "___ for Peace"
489. Elliott "Suitcase and ___"
490. Etta James classic
491. Illinois rockers Sleeping ___
492. Trojans group ___ Genius
493. Battles driving song?
494. Particle Ani DiFranco sings about
495. What Massive Attack will be "Splitting"
496. Trojans ___ Genius
497. Beyonce inaugural cover
498. Dutch's defense secretary
499. The birthplace of democracy
500. Back in one's district
501. CNN's HQ
502. Whence the phrase "to carry the weight of the world on one's shoulders"
503. Playland playwright Fugard
504. ME neighbor
505. The sky was his limit
506. Capital on the Attic plain
507. Sinbad's "Stop!"
508. Allege pleadingly
509. Azores' loc.
510. Made a hero disappear
511. Stuffed one's face
512. Took in a hero
513. Mr. T's worn outfit?
514. Prime time soldiers of fortune, once
515. Special Forces group
516. On _____ (hitting well)
517. Downed a poor boy
518. Ended a hunger strike
519. Had pheasant under glass
520. Lunched or munched
521. Mr. T's outfit?
522. On _____ (running amok)
523. Shed _____ (show sympathy or sadness)
524. Exactly, with "to"
525. Had the special
526. Starters, in sports
527. Shed _____ (display sadness)
528. Some lyrics to "It's All in the Game"
529. Exactly (with "to")
530. Had peanuts and Cracker Jack
531. Prepared to become a sumo wrestler?
532. Prepared to become an NFL lineman
533. Front-line players
534. Mr. T's TV outfit
535. The starters, in sports
536. Put the food away
537. Mr. T and cohorts
538. Starting group
539. There's ___ in My Beer (Hank Williams song)
540. Drill instructor's shout
541. Welcome command
542. Completed a course
543. Got into a jam, a stew, or a pickle?
544. Had an erosive effect on
545. Put down a hero
546. Squelched some growling
547. Took on a spread?
548. I can't believe I ___ the whole thing!
549. Came to a fast stop
550. Demolished, so to speak
551. Feasted on
552. Had some courses
553. Took advantage of the spread
554. Took in calories
555. Took in carbs
556. Yielded to the munchies
557. ___ up (adored)
558. Threw back some fish?
559. Tossed back bacon
560. Tossed back
561. Committed a no-no on Yom Kippur
562. Past tense of 19-Down
563. Chowed down on
564. Fell to
565. ____ crow: recanted
566. ___ crow: backed down
567. Did brunch
568. Got some duck down?
569. Had some breakfast
570. Went to Joe's
571. Didn't go fast
572. Had a date?
573. Had hash, perhaps
574. Bolted down some nuts?
575. Took something in
576. Got rid of a hero?
577. Had ham
578. Had some sole, say
579. Boosted one's energy, say
580. Competed, la Joey Chestnut
581. Had a snack
582. Had breasts, say
583. Had some
584. Had some munchies
585. Had the blue plate special, e.g.
586. Had the special, say
587. Absorbed the loss of
588. Dug in, so to speak
589. Had a bellyful
590. Had sole?
591. Had the blue plate special
592. Had wings, say
593. Put away a dish
594. Put one's food in one's mouth
595. Snacked or supped
596. Took a refresher course?
597. Finished a course
598. Finished the course?
599. Munched at Mickey D's
600. Took down a hero?
601. Consumed
602. Goddess of retribution
603. Infatuation personified
604. Reckless ambition
605. Eris's relative
606. Goddess of mischief
607. Gobbled
608. Ravaged
609. Suffix for hyphen or assassin
610. . . . that ___ the malt
611. Didn't go hungry
612. Faerie Queene hag
613. Put away, in a way
614. Brunched
615. With ___ by his side . . . : Shak.
616. . . . with a runcible spoon: Lear
617. Took tiffin
618. ___, o cara, Bellini aria
619. Mythical mischief-maker
620. TV soldiers of fortune, with "the"
621. General command
622. Gorged oneself
623. B. A. Baracus's group
624. 1980's TV group with a van
625. Mr. T's TV show, with "The"
626. Gobbled (up)
627. Had a beef?
628. Hannibal Smith's group
629. Absorbed, as a cost
630. Devoured
631. Dined out
632. Packed away
633. Raided the fridge
634. Got fed up?
635. Noshed on
636. Absorbed the cost of
637. Got takeout, say
638. Grazed
639. Had the chops?
640. Had a helping
641. Had something
642. Did lunch
643. Had
644. Eroded, with "away"
645. Patronized a pizzeria
646. Cleaned the plate
647. Tasted
648. Absorbed, as the cost
649. Cleaned one's plate
650. Made a meal of
651. Dined at home, with "in"
652. Had some haggis
653. Satisfied one's hunger
654. Took in take-out
655. Took pleasure in, with "up"
656. Went to Wendy's
657. Devoured the food
658. Had 28-Across
659. Had a taste
660. Had haddock
661. Had a BLT, e.g.
662. Had a refresher course?
663. Packed in
664. Tried the tripe
665. Came to a fast stop?
666. Enjoyed a buffet
667. Strapped on the feed bag
668. Absorbed, as an expense
669. Had some popcorn
670. Put away the groceries
671. Enjoyed the smorgasbord
672. Had the smorgasbord
673. Went to Joe's?
674. Swallowed
675. Word with in or out
676. Bored into
677. Took food
678. Misshapen hag in "Faerie Queene"
679. The act attaching, or state of being attached; close adherence or affection; fidelity; regard; an/ passion of affection that binds a person; as, an attachment to a friend, or to a party.
680. That by which one thing is attached to another; connection; as, to cut the attachments of a muscle.
681. Breakfasted, for example
682. Got down
683. Put away
684. Absorbed, as a loss
685. Broke bread
686. Gulped
687. Scarfed down
688. Took in
689. Wore away
690. Disposed of
691. Gobbled up
692. Tucked away
693. Noshed
694. Feasted
695. Had a cow?
696. Did not go fast?
697. Breakfasted, e.g.
698. Absorbed
699. Bolted things down
700. Fell hard, with "it"
701. Snacked
702. Ingested
703. Tucked in
704. Gobbled down
705. Absorbed, in a way
706. Put down
707. Got things down
708. Maneuver required five times to finish this puzzle
709. Chomped down
710. Dug into
711. Corroded
712. Dispatched, in a way
713. Gulped down
714. Seed container (3)
715. Pittsburgh's ceiling zero (4)
716. Battle arena south of Aleutians (7)
717. Jap-held base on Timor Island (6)
718. Rocky mountain (6)
719. Ships' culinary chiefs (8)
720. Stretch (4)
721. Where Canea is (5)
722. Enjoyed a feast, say
723. Put back
724. Consumed a number, we hear
725. Nibbled
726. Duessa's companion in "Faerie Queene"
727. Didn’t fast
728. Goddess also known as "Nemesis"
729. Eroded
730. Fed
731. What Lucullus did in a big way
732. Greek goddess
733. Vengeful daughter of Zeus
734. Gnawed
735. Had marshmallows
736. Gnawed away
737. Patronized a restaurant
738. Partook of 1
739. Appeased the "inner man"
740. Put on the feedbag
741. Enjoyed a banquet, say
742. Enjoyed some injera
743. Enjoyed some bagels
744. Enjoyed Sadhya
745. Suffix for valid or liquid
746. "... because 7 ___ 9"
747. "Because 7 ___ 9"
748. "Because 7 ___ 9" (joke punch line)
749. "Because 7 ___ 9" (pun)
750. "Because seven ___ nine" (punchline)
751. "Dinner ___"
752. "G'day ___!"
753. "I ___ no pleasant bread" (Da 10:3)
754. "I ___ no pleasant bread" (Daniel 10:3)
755. "I ___ too much"
756. "I already ___!"
757. "I can't believe I ___ the whole thing!"
758. "I can't believe I ___ the whole thing"
759. "I only know there once was a man who loved a woman / She was the one he ___ the apple for /They say that nobody ever loved as much as he-ee / But me-ee I love you more" ("The Pajama Game" l
760. "Iliad" goddess
761. "Iliad" mischief maker
762. "It must have been something I ___!"
763. "It must have been something I ___"
764. "My man full he just ___ / I don't duck nobody but tape" (Nicki Minaj lyric)
765. "No thanks I already ___"
766. "No thanks I just ___"
767. "Since Eve ___ apples": Byron
768. "Sorry I already ___"
769. "Thanks I already ___"
770. "Thanks I already ___."
771. "Thanks but I already ___"
772. "The Cars That ___ Paris"
773. "The Cars That ___ Paris" (1974)
774. "The Cars That ___ Paris " 1974 film
775. "The Cat Who ___ Danish Modern" (Lilian Jackson Braun novel)
776. "The Man Who ___ Everything" (essay collection by food critic Steingarten)
777. "The dog ___ my homework"
778. "Why was 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 ___ 9!"
779. "With ___ by his side... ": Shak.
780. "Yesterday I ___ a clock. It was very time-consuming" (groaner joke)
781. "You should have just sat there and ___ your food" (Pollard)
782. "___ o cara " Bellini aria
783. "if you have a problem with me kissing pictures of Dragons while driving the bus fight me. i just ___ like 30 hotdogs and im near invincible" (dril tweet)
784. '... that ___ the malt'
785. 'I can't believe I ___ the whole thing!'
786. -
787. =- crow: recanted
788. A number's homophone
789. Absolutely killed in drag slang
790. Absorbed a loss
791. Absorbed for oneself
792. Absorbed the cost
793. Absorbed the cost of as a ticket
794. Absorbed the cost of informally
795. Absorbed as a cost
796. Absorbed as a loss
797. Absorbed as an expense
798. Absorbed as cost
799. Absorbed as costs
800. Absorbed as expenses
801. Absorbed as financial losses
802. Absorbed as losses
803. Absorbed as the cost
804. Absorbed in a sense
805. Absorbed in a way
806. Accepted as a cost informally
807. Accepted but didn't return
808. Accepted greedily with "up"
809. Accepted as a financial loss
810. Acted like a consumer
811. Acted like acid
812. Acted the foodie
813. Acted the gourmand
814. Adored with "up"
815. Airport board stat
816. Annoyed with "at"
817. Appeased the munchies
818. Attacked and sank a sub?
819. Avoided a hunger strike
820. Banqueted
821. Banqueted perhaps
822. Became able to break rocks on one's island say
823. Because 7 ___ 9 (pun punchline)
824. Believed as a lie
825. Bit the mullet?
826. Bit chewed and swallowed
827. Bolted
828. Bolted down nuts maybe
829. Bolted down perhaps
830. Bolted down so to speak
831. Bolted down?
832. Bolted the beans
833. Bolted maybe
834. Bolted say
835. Boosted one's energy say
836. Bore as a cost
837. Bothered
838. Bothered (with "at")
839. Bothered slangily (with "at")
840. Bothered with "at"
841. Breakfasted or lunched
842. Breakfasted e.g.
843. Broke a fast.
844. Broke bread so to speak
845. Broke bread.
846. Broke fast?
847. Broke one's fast
848. Broke ones fast
849. Brunched on say
850. Brunched or munched
851. Brunched e.g.
852. Brunched perhaps
853. Brunched say
854. Buffeted?
855. Candid conclusion?
856. Caught a bite
857. Chemical ending
858. Chewed and swallowed
859. Chewed on
860. Chewed on chow
861. Chewed the fat perhaps
862. Chewed the fat say
863. Chewed the fat?
864. Chewed up
865. Chipped in?
866. Chomped on
867. Cleaned one's plate perhaps
868. Cleaned one's plate say
869. Cleaned one's plate?
870. Cleaned the dishes?
871. Cleared the plate
872. Competed a la Joey Chestnut
873. Competed in a pie contest
874. Competed like Joey Chestnut
875. Competed a la Joey Chestnut
876. Concluded a hunger strike
877. Consumed consomme
878. Consumed for dinner
879. Consumed or corroded
880. Consumed orally
881. Consumed some chili
882. Consumed in a way
883. Consumed.
884. Contravened normal pre-operative protocol
885. Cooper's end
886. Corroded.
887. Cured one's hunger pangs
888. Daughter of Eris according to Hesiod
889. Daughter of Zeus
890. Dealt with one's urges in a way
891. Demolished a Danish
892. Demolished dessert
893. Demolished so to speak
894. Destroyed gradually with "into"
895. Devastated
896. Devoured as dal
897. Devoured say (3)
898. Devoured with "up"
899. Devoured.
900. Did a fast break?
901. Did a no-no before swimming
902. Did lunch say
903. Did not participate in a hunger strike
904. Did some consuming
905. Didn't cook with "out"
906. Didn't diet
907. Didn't go fast?
908. Didn't just drink
909. Didn't observe Yom Kippur
910. Didn't participate in a hunger strike
911. Didn't waste a meal
912. Dined at Mel's on "Alice"
913. Dined at home with "in"
914. Dined on
915. Dined or lunched
916. Dined upon
917. Dined but didn't wine
918. Dined.
919. Dinner ___
920. Dispatched
921. Dispatched in a way
922. Dispensed with in a way
923. Disposed of in a way
924. Dissolved
925. Donned a feedbag
926. Downed a Danish
927. Downed a hero
928. Downed a link say
929. Downed a poor boy?
930. Downed a seafood tower say
931. Downed a sub e.g.
932. Downed a sub say
933. Downed a sub say?
934. Downed crackers
935. Downed dinner
936. Downed dumplings
937. Downed food
938. Downed some dinner
939. Downed sub
940. Downed subs e.g.
941. Downed the duckling
942. Downed as a donut
943. Downed as a meal
944. Downed as a sandwich
945. Downed in a sense
946. Downloaded apps?
947. Dug in in a way
948. Dug in perhaps
949. Dug in so to speak
950. Dug into dessert
951. Dug into one's repast
952. Eliminated hunger pangs
953. Ella Fitzgerald "Ac-Cent-Tchu-___ the Positive"
954. Emulated Horner.
955. Emulated Matt Stonie
956. Emulated Pac-Man
957. Emulated a trencherman
958. Ended hunger
959. Ended one's hunger
960. Ending for emir
961. Engaged in some capers?
962. Enjoyed Galileo's work?
963. Enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner
964. Enjoyed a banquet
965. Enjoyed a bowl of beef udon say
966. Enjoyed a brownie
967. Enjoyed a club
968. Enjoyed a club say
969. Enjoyed a course
970. Enjoyed a cruise ship's amenities perhaps
971. Enjoyed a dining hall
972. Enjoyed a gyro e.g.
973. Enjoyed a pork bun
974. Enjoyed a repast
975. Enjoyed a smorgasbord
976. Enjoyed a spread
977. Enjoyed apps maybe
978. Enjoyed comestibles
979. Enjoyed eagerly with "up"
980. Enjoyed endives
981. Enjoyed fajitas say
982. Enjoyed food
983. Enjoyed fruitcake e.g.
984. Enjoyed goulash say
985. Enjoyed hors d'oeuvres say
986. Enjoyed injera e.g.
987. Enjoyed injera say
988. Enjoyed lobster Newburg
989. Enjoyed lunch
990. Enjoyed manna
991. Enjoyed one's repast
992. Enjoyed oysters
993. Enjoyed rice pilaf Rice Krispies or rice balls
994. Enjoyed some dim sum
995. Enjoyed some french fries say
996. Enjoyed some gefilte fish say
997. Enjoyed some jiaozi say
998. Enjoyed some pea shoots say
999. Enjoyed some sashimi say
1000. Enjoyed sushi say
1001. Enjoyed takeout
1002. Enjoyed the 19th hole maybe
1003. Enjoyed the automat
1004. Enjoyed the buffet say
1005. Enjoyed the spread
1006. Enjoyed una merienda perhaps
1007. Enjoyed as korma
1008. Enjoyed in a way
1009. Enjoyed with "up"
1010. Eroded (away)
1011. Eroded (with "away")
1012. Eroded with "away"
1013. Eroded with "into"
1014. Eroded.
1015. Exhausted with "up"
1016. Feasted.
1017. Fed one's addiction?
1018. Fell hard with "it"
1019. Felt foolish about as one's words
1020. Filled a basic need
1021. Filled one's belly
1022. Filled the bill perhaps
1023. Filled the bill?
1024. Filled the breadbasket
1025. Filled the breadbasket?
1026. Filled up
1027. Filled up with
1028. Filled up in a way
1029. Finished a cake say
1030. Finished a course say
1031. Finished a meal
1032. Finished a non-academic course
1033. Finished food
1034. Finished helpings
1035. Finished off
1036. Finished the leftovers say
1037. Finished the pheasant
1038. Finished as a starter
1039. Formidable wrestlers
1040. Frequented Red Lobster e.g.
1041. Fueled up in a way
1042. Fueled up so to speak
1043. Gaga lyric "He ___ my heart"
1044. Gave in to the munchies
1045. Gave peas a chance?
1046. Getting up when a plane is due in
1047. Gnawed at
1048. Gobbled a cobbler say
1049. Gobbled up (3)
1050. Gobbled up.
1051. Gobbled as a turkey
1052. Gobbled as turkey?
1053. Goddess of discord
1054. Goddess of strife
1055. Gorged
1056. Gorged on
1057. Gorged perhaps
1058. Gormandized
1059. Gormandized?
1060. Got a bite
1061. Got chicken say
1062. Got full
1063. Got full say
1064. Got goose down
1065. Got into a jam a stew or a pickle?
1066. Got into a pickle
1067. Got into a trap?
1068. Got one's fill
1069. Got one's fill of
1070. Got rid of the munchies
1071. Got some goose down say
1072. Got stuffed
1073. Got takeout say
1074. Got the fare down?
1075. Got to with "at"
1076. Gourmandized
1077. Grabbed
1078. Grabbed a slice
1079. Grabbed lunch
1080. Grabbed some food
1081. Grabbed something on the way
1082. Grammatically incorrect Green Day song title "Words I Might Have ___"
1083. Grazed or grubbed
1084. Grazed e.g.
1085. Grazed perhaps
1086. Grazed say
1087. Greek goddess of vengeance
1088. Greek goddess.
1089. Green Day "Words I Might Have ___"
1090. Green Day's "Words I Might Have ___"
1091. Green Day's ungrammatical "Words I Might Have ___"
1092. Grieves "I ___ Your Soul"
1093. Grubbed
1094. Grubbed down
1095. Had Thanksgiving dinner e.g.
1096. Had a (meat)ball
1097. Had a (tapioca) ball
1098. Had a BLT e.g.
1099. Had a Reuben or Cuban sandwich say
1100. Had a Spotted Dick
1101. Had a TV dinner say
1102. Had a Thanksgiving dinner for example
1103. Had a bit or a bite
1104. Had a bite.
1105. Had a bone to pick
1106. Had a bone to pick?
1107. Had a business lunch
1108. Had a cheeseburger in paradise
1109. Had a club at the club?
1110. Had a cod piece?
1111. Had a course
1112. Had a date
1113. Had a date say
1114. Had a dish
1115. Had a dog
1116. Had a dog say
1117. Had a feast
1118. Had a few courses
1119. Had a few seconds
1120. Had a frog in one's throat?
1121. Had a good meal
1122. Had a helping of
1123. Had a hero e.g.
1124. Had a hero perhaps
1125. Had a hero say
1126. Had a hoagie say
1127. Had a little lamb say?
1128. Had a lot on one's plate say
1129. Had a nosh
1130. Had a plateful
1131. Had a pregame meal
1132. Had a repast
1133. Had a roll
1134. Had a roll in the hay?
1135. Had a side or two
1136. Had a snack maybe
1137. Had a snack say
1138. Had a snack.
1139. Had a special say
1140. Had a stadium hotdog
1141. Had a starter say
1142. Had a steak
1143. Had a sub say
1144. Had an entree
1145. Had arugula
1146. Had avocado toast say
1147. Had avocados
1148. Had barbecue say
1149. Had beef?
1150. Had breasts say
1151. Had brunch say
1152. Had brunch.
1153. Had chips say
1154. Had chow
1155. Had crabs say
1156. Had dogs e.g.
1157. Had dumplings say
1158. Had egg in one's face?
1159. Had eggs e.g.
1160. Had enough
1161. Had five wings?
1162. Had food
1163. Had for dinner
1164. Had fried rice say
1165. Had fries quatro queso dos fritos e.g.
1166. Had grub
1167. Had guts?
1168. Had haddock say
1169. Had haggis
1170. Had haggis or hamburgers
1171. Had haggis e.g.
1172. Had ham e.g.
1173. Had hash browns
1174. Had hash perhaps
1175. Had heroes?
1176. Had hummus
1177. Had hummus maybe
1178. Had lobster
1179. Had lunch or dinner
1180. Had lunch e.g.
1181. Had lunch say
1182. Had meals
1183. Had munchies
1184. Had mush or mushrooms
1185. Had naan say
1186. Had one's fill of
1187. Had one's whey
1188. Had one's whey?
1189. Had palak paneer perhaps
1190. Had pheasant under glass e.g.
1191. Had pigs' feet
1192. Had pizza e.g.
1193. Had rolls e.g.
1194. Had scallops
1195. Had seconds
1196. Had shad e.g.
1197. Had shakshuka say
1198. Had some cake
1199. Had some dim sum
1200. Had some figgy pudding
1201. Had some food
1202. Had some grub or some grubs
1203. Had some gummy bears perhaps
1204. Had some halibut
1205. Had some hash
1206. Had some hummus
1207. Had some sole say
1208. Had some zucchini
1209. Had something delivered by airplane?
1210. Had something so to speak
1211. Had supper
1212. Had sushi say
1213. Had swordfish
1214. Had takeout say
1215. Had tea and crumpets perhaps
1216. Had tea.
1217. Had the blue plate special e.g.
1218. Had the buffet
1219. Had the early bird special say
1220. Had the fare
1221. Had the fare?
1222. Had the items in this puzzle's fourth row say
1223. Had the special say
1224. Had three wings?
1225. Had today's special
1226. Had turducken say
1227. Had victuals
1228. Had vittles
1229. Had wings
1230. Had wings e.g.
1231. Had wings perhaps
1232. Had wings say
1233. Had as a hero
1234. Had at the table
1235. Had in a way
1236. Hit the buffet
1237. Hit the feed bag
1238. Home of terrifying Brazilian president-elect Jair Bolsonaro
1239. Homophone for "eight"
1240. Homophone of "eight"
1241. Housed
1242. Hung out with foodies
1243. Ingested.
1244. Inhaled so to speak
1245. It gives you a leg up
1246. Kriegspiel win
1247. Lad hunch
1248. Liked a lot with "up"
1249. Lingered over lunch e.g.
1250. Loved with "up"
1251. Lunched or brunched
1252. Lunched e.g.
1253. Lunched say
1254. Lunched.
1255. Made "all gone"
1256. Made a hero disappear?
1257. Made a mess of militarily?
1258. Made a sub go down?
1259. Made disappear
1260. Made disappear in a way
1261. Made it through crunch time?
1262. Made quick work of a thali
1263. Made short work of shortcake say
1264. Made your way through the dessert
1265. Masticated swallowed and digested
1266. Modest Mouse "The Fruit That ___ Itself"
1267. Modest Mouse's "The Fruit That ___ Itself"
1268. Munched
1269. Munched on a ballpark hotdog
1270. Munched on lunch
1271. Munched on as a pregame meal
1272. Munched or lunched
1273. Nibbled on
1274. Nibbled.
1275. Nommed on say
1276. Noun suffix denoting office function etc.
1277. Noun suffix.
1278. Number of ribs in a small order down at Texas Billy's BBQ (or what I did with 'em)
1279. Numerical homophone
1280. Office: Suffix.
1281. Pack away
1282. Packed away in a way
1283. Packed in sardines
1284. Packed it in
1285. Paid for with regret
1286. Participated in suhur or iftar in Islam
1287. Partook
1288. Partook (of)
1289. Partook of dinner
1290. Partook of pizza
1291. Partook of snook e.g.
1292. Partook of takeout
1293. Partook of the buffet
1294. Partook of the smorgasbord
1295. Partook of.
1296. Passed on a fast
1297. Passed up a fast
1298. Passengers "Elvis ___ America"
1299. Past tense of a verb in this grid
1300. Past tense verb that sounds like a number
1301. Past tense verb that's relevant to this puzzle's theme
1302. Past-tense anagram of its present tense
1303. Patronized Dairy Queen say
1304. Patronized Joe's?
1305. Patronized a greasy spoon
1306. Patronized the clubhouse maybe
1307. Patronized the concession stand
1308. Peter Weir's "The Cars That ___ Paris"
1309. Picked at say
1310. Picked perhaps
1311. Picnicked say
1312. Pigged out
1313. Pigged out say
1314. Polished off some medallions
1315. Polished off some paella say
1316. Potent finish?
1317. Prepared to become an NFL lineman?
1318. Prim follower
1319. Processed meat?
1320. Punch line: "Because 7 ___ 9"
1321. Put a side inside?
1322. Put away (3)
1323. Put away a pie
1324. Put away dishes?
1325. Put away groceries
1326. Put away groceries?
1327. Put away some bowties
1328. Put away some dishes?
1329. Put away the dishes?
1330. Put away the groceries?
1331. Put away the leftovers?
1332. Put away the plates
1333. Put away in a way
1334. Put dishes away
1335. Put down a dog?
1336. Put down roots say
1337. Put down steaks say
1338. Put in a sub maybe
1339. Put in one's piehole
1340. Put leftovers right under one's nose?
1341. Put on the feed bag
1342. Put one's food in one's mouth?
1343. Put one's teeth to work
1344. Put the food away?
1345. Put the game away?
1346. Quelled hunger pains
1347. Quelled the munchies
1348. Quieted a grumbling gut
1349. Quit fasting
1350. R.E.M. lyric "I ___ the lotus..."
1351. Raided the icebox
1352. Raked in the chips?
1353. Really dug with "up"
1354. Recharged one's batteries in a way
1355. Reckless god
1356. Reckless goddess
1357. Recklessness personified
1358. Refused to spit back out as a dollar bill
1359. Relished a roast
1360. Relished relishes perhaps
1361. Responded to hunger pangs
1362. Sampled
1363. Sampled from the smorgasbord
1364. Sampled red hot chili peppers perhaps
1365. Sampled salmon say
1366. Sampled the buffet
1367. Sampled the crudites
1368. Sampled the smorgasbord
1369. Sampled the sushi
1370. Sampled vanilla fudge say
1371. Satisfied a craving
1372. Satisfied a snack attack
1373. Satisfied oneself in a way
1374. Satisfied some rumblings
1375. Satisfied the munchies
1376. Savored the succotash
1377. Savored the sushi
1378. Scarfed down a wrap say
1379. Scarfed things down
1380. Scoffed
1381. Sent something down the tubes?
1382. Showed enthusiasm for with "up"
1383. Sid: "I'm not ___ years old anymore." Me: "No I mean ___ as in 'I ___ some food.'"
1384. Snacked say
1385. Snacked.
1386. Snarfed down
1387. South African rockers Henry ___
1388. Spoiled one's dinner
1389. Spoiled one's supper
1390. Stomached?
1391. Stopped fast?
1392. Story of the Year "Won Threw ___"
1393. Strapped on the feedbag
1394. Stuffed a pie hole
1395. Stuffed down one's gullet
1396. Stuffed in one's piehole
1397. Stuffed one's piehole
1398. Suffix denoting office.
1399. Suffix in chemistry.
1400. Suffix with "doctor" or "elector"
1401. Supped.
1402. Swallowed a Whopper
1403. Swallowed up.
1404. TOOK IN SUSTENANCE
1405. Tasted yakitori perhaps
1406. Tea anagram
1407. Thomas Dolby album "Aliens ___ My Buick"
1408. Threw in a chip say
1409. Tick off
1410. To ___ (exactly)
1411. Took a bao say
1412. Took a bite of
1413. Took a course in a way
1414. Took a course say
1415. Took a few courses?
1416. Took a leek?
1417. Took a lunch break
1418. Took a meal.
1419. Took advantage of a spread
1420. Took an order
1421. Took as a loss informally
1422. Took back as words
1423. Took care of a dog maybe
1424. Took care of hunger
1425. Took courses?
1426. Took down
1427. Took down a link
1428. Took in Good Humor
1429. Took in a T-bone
1430. Took in a dog say?
1431. Took in a poor boy?
1432. Took in a snack
1433. Took in dinner (but not a movie)
1434. Took in food
1435. Took in some dogs say
1436. Took in take-out e.g.
1437. Took in takeout say
1438. Took in as food
1439. Took in in a way
1440. Took in say
1441. Took lunch
1442. Took on a roll?
1443. Took one's elbows off the table?
1444. Took orders?
1445. Took plaice?
1446. Took pleasure in with "up"
1447. Took sides say
1448. Took some courses?
1449. Took some mushrooms say
1450. Took tea.
1451. Took the bait say
1452. Took the bait?
1453. Took the cake say
1454. Took the cake say?
1455. Took those plums from the icebox (that you were probably saving for breakfast)
1456. Took as 'shrooms
1457. Took as a loss
1458. Tossed back some fish
1459. Tried cold turkey say
1460. Tried tripe
1461. Tucked it away
1462. U2's "Elvis ___ America"
1463. Used (up).
1464. Used Seamless say
1465. Used chopsticks
1466. Used for sustenance
1467. Used one's chips
1468. Used up
1469. Used up in a way
1470. Used up.
1471. Used.
1472. Utilized one's pie hole
1473. Vacuumed up
1474. Vanna "We ___ the Horse You Rode in On"
1475. Verb suffix.
1476. Verb that sounds like a number
1477. Verb that's a Greek letter in reverse
1478. Verb that's an anagram of its present-tense counterpart
1479. Viol attachment
1480. Visited a restaurant (with "out")
1481. Visited a restaurant with "out"
1482. Visited the cafe car
1483. Was a consumer?
1484. Was a true consumer
1485. Was full of baloney?
1486. Was full of bologna
1487. Was full of bologna?
1488. Was gluttonous
1489. Was in a mess?
1490. Was no longer hungry
1491. Was nourished
1492. Was nourished with
1493. Wasn't a fast observer
1494. Wasn't a fast observer?
1495. Wasn't a fast participant
1496. Wasn't fasting
1497. Went "gobble gobble"?
1498. Went for a dip?
1499. Went for the kill in a way
1500. Went from soup to nuts say
1501. Went gobble gobble?
1502. Went gobble gobble?
1503. Went on a fast break?
1504. Went to Wendy's e.g.
1505. Went to a restaurant with "out"
1506. Wentn gobble gobble?
1507. What Elvis did to "America " says U2
1508. What Jimmy Buffett did with his cheeseburger
1509. What signed musician finally did
1510. What the Sprats did.
1511. What the record company did with costs after the band broke up
1512. Wolfed
1513. Wolfed pizza say
1514. Word that homophonically forms a familiar word when attached to the end of the answer to each starred clue
1515. Word that sounds like a number... and is a letter backward
1516. Wore down
1517. Worked on a rack
1518. Worked on a sub
1519. Worked on a sub say
1520. Worked on a sub?
1521. Worked on an app say
1522. Worried with "at"
1523. Wouldn't release as a card
1524. Zeus offspring
1525. ___ at: needled
1526. ___ crow
1527. ___ crow: admitted error
1528. ___ crow: recanted
1529. ___ dirt (was humbled)
1530. ___ it (wiped out)
1531. ___ one's words
1532. ___ the cost
1533. ___ up (swallowed)
1534. Common suffix
1535. Devoured more than seven, say
1536. Enjoyed 49-Across
1537. Finished the leftovers, say
1538. Had takeout, say
1539. Packed away one's mess?
1540. Took sides, say
1541. Went to Wendy's, e.g.
1542. Thanks, but I already ___
1543. I ___ no pleasant bread (Daniel 10:3)
1544. Had pheasant under glass, e.g.
1545. Past tense of 29-Down
1546. Past tense of 11-Down
1547. Bit, chewed and swallowed
1548. Worked on a sub, say
1549. Gobbled, as turkey?
1550. Dined, but didn't wine
1551. Downed a seafood tower, say
1552. Had avocado toast, say
1553. Had brunch, say
1554. Had sushi, say
1555. Had turducken, say
1556. Downed a sub, say?
1557. Downed, in a sense
1558. Enjoyed injera, e.g.
1559. Had dumplings, say
1560. Had fried rice, say
1561. Had naan, say
1562. Had palak paneer, perhaps
1563. Scarfed down a wrap, say
1564. Best of the bunch
1565. It must have been something I ____!
1566. Best crew
1567. ____ at: needled
1568. First stringers
1569. Had 46 Down
1570. Used up in a way
1571. On ___: hitting well
1572. Enjoyed 22 Across
1573. Col. Hannibal Smith, and friends
1574. Enjoyed 50 Down
1575. Mr. T's TV group
1576. Enjoyed 30 Across
1577. Command!
1578. Elite group
1579. Not second-stringers
1580. Lunched, e.g.
1581. First-stringers
1582. Military elite
1583. B.A. Baracus' partners
1584. Consumed, in a way
1585. First string
1586. Drill instructor's order
1587. Did 44-Across
1588. '80s tough-guy series (with "The")
1589. Mr. T played a member of this
1590. The dog ___ my homework
1591. Got some goose down
1592. Crack commando unit of '80s TV
1593. Packed away, in a way
1594. Elite military unit
1595. Had a 52-Down
1596. Had some 17-Acrosses, say
1597. Had the early bird special, say
1598. Elite commando unit
1599. Made a mess of, militarily?
1600. Had plenty
1601. Starters
1602. Starting lineups
1603. Calm
1604. Relaxed
1605. Crack squad
1606. Top players
1607. Chilling, so to speak
1608. Relax, soldier!
1609. Free from anxiety
1610. Order to relax
1611. Superior group
1612. Special Forces units
1613. Loose
1614. ___ lot (gorged oneself)
1615. Bothered greatly
1616. Bothered terribly
1617. Elite squad
1618. Elite unit
1619. Starting lineup
1620. Not stiff
1621. Chilling
1622. Bothered no end
1623. Really bothered
1624. Elite crew
1625. Starting squad
1626. Drill sergeant's command
1627. Relaxing
1628. Starting players
1629. Top squads
1630. See 58-Across
1631. Two fives for ___
1632. Feeling fine
1633. Readily available
1634. Periodic table abbr.
1635. Coral outcrop
1636. Energy source
1637. Mighty mite
1638. To _____ (perfectly)
1639. Studio
1640. Part of A&P
1641. Essentially
1642. Dramatist Fugard
1643. Absorbed a financial loss, in slang
1644. Art studio
1645. Not out of the house
1646. Resting
1647. Dined on humble pie
1648. Suited to --
1649. Justice Dept. agency
1650. Goddess of wisdom
1651. Humbled oneself
1652. Drill directive
1653. Artist's studio
1654. Rankled
1655. Suit to --
1656. Delighted in
1657. Comic actor Roscoe
1658. Keep ___!
1659. Greek peak
1660. Working diligently
1661. Working hard
1662. Half-cocked
1663. Map book
1664. Take ___ from me
1665. On the loose
1666. Once upon ___
1667. Going full tilt
1668. Gillette brand
1669. Razor handle?
1670. Efficacy
1671. Plugging away
1672. Mr. T's gang
1673. Select group
1674. Opposite of "Ten-hut!"
1675. Precisely, with "to"
1676. Mr. T's bunch
1677. Ten-hut! undoer
1678. Company command
1679. Fit to _____
1680. Not second stringers
1681. Relax, and that's an order!
1682. Relax, troops!
1683. Suffered humiliation, informally
1684. Swallowed one's pride
1685. Bothered incessantly
1686. Relax!
1687. Col. Hannibal Smith's group
1688. Shed ___
1689. Relax, private!
1690. Special Forces unit
1691. Go on ___ (rampage)
1692. Mr. T's group
1693. Grazed, perhaps
1694. Brunched, perhaps
1695. Enjoyed 82 Across
1696. First-string players
1697. Initially
1698. First-string squad
1699. The Cat Who ___ Danish Modern (Lilian Jackson Braun novel)
1700. Destroyed gradually, with "into"
1701. Had a special, say
1702. With 60-Down, went to a restaurant
1703. Got some goose down, say
1704. Had a starter, say
1705. Went to a restaurant, with "out"
1706. With 2-Down, went to a restaurant
1707. Bolted down nuts, maybe
1708. Enjoyed eagerly, with "up"
1709. Had a Reuben or Cuban sandwich, say
1710. Finished, as a starter
1711. Followed your gut instinct?
1712. Bored into.
1713. Had lunch.
1714. Misshapen hag in "Faerie Queene."
1715. Took food.
1716. Monkshood.
1717. Genus of spider-monkeys, having no thumb.
1718. Messed.
1719. Spider monkey genus.
1720. Duessa's companion in "Faerie Queene."
1721. Greek goddess of infatuation.
1722. Nomadic Bedouin tribe.
1723. Fed.
1724. Goddess also known as "Nemesis."
1725. What Lucullus did in a big way.
1726. Root used as febrifuge.
1727. Goddess of Mischief.
1728. Studio.
1729. Daughter of Eris.
1730. Duessa's friend.
1731. A scene in "La Bohأ¨me."
1732. Gnawed.
1733. Vengeful daughter of Zeus.
1734. Goddess of infatuation.
1735. Spenser's hag.
1736. Kind of monkshood: Var.
1737. Had dinner.
1738. Put on the feedbag.
1739. Took potluck.
1740. Command to troops: 2 wds.
1741. Gnawed away.
1742. Partook of 1 Across.
1743. Patronized a restaurant.
1744. Picnicked.
1745. Dinner ___: 2 wds.
1746. Command at boot camp.
1747. Breakfasted.
1748. Broke fast.
1749. Military command.
1750. Companion of 62 Across.
1751. Daughter of Zeus.
1752. Had a taste.
1753. Spoiled one's appetite.
1754. Fletcherized.
1755. Suffix of agency.
1756. On ___ (carousing).
1757. Had for lunch.
1758. Raided the icebox.
1759. Comfortable.
1760. Had mess.
1761. Army command.
1762. Nothing dries sooner than ___.
1763. Didn't go hungry.
1764. Noun suffix denoting office, function, etc.
1765. Free from pain, trouble, etc.
1766. The tribute of ___ is all I crave.
1767. Had 51 Down.
1768. Relaxed.
1769. Go on ___ (carouse).
1770. A storm in ____.
1771. See 13 Down.
1772. Go on ___.
1773. Tempest in ___.
1774. Army command
1775. Bothered, with "at"
1776. Picked, perhaps
1777. Did lunch, say
1778. Enjoyed, with "up"
1779. John Nichols' "Who ___ My Cheese?"
1780. Companion of 62
1781. Spoiled one's appetite
1782. Suffix of agency
1783. Fletcherized
1784. Faerie Queene character
1785. Had mess
1786. Suffix in chemistry
1787. Noun suffix
1788. Had tea
1789. Noun suffix denoting office, function, etc
1790. Suffix denoting office
1791. Verb suffix
1792. Office: Suffix
1793. What the Sprats did
1794. Took tea
1795. Suffix for authentic or origin
1796. ed
1797. that ___ the malt
1798. ___ Paltrow and Blythe Danner, mother-daughter duo who acted together in the film "Sylvia"
1799. With ___ by his side ... : Shak.
1800. ... with a runcible spoon: Lear
1801. ed doughnuts
1802. Greek character returned and dined
1803. Had tandoori chicken, say
1804. Common excuse the dog __ my homework!
1805. Had some Pocky sticks, say
1806. Bit more than seven, say
1807. Swallowed, chewed
1808. Enjoyed some coxinhas, say
1809. Enjoyed a burrito bowl, say
1810. Enjoyed empanadas, say
1811. Enjoyed a lot, with “up”
1812. Had pitas with hummus, say
1813. Who ___ my cheese?
1814. Enjoyed some matzo ball soup, say
1815. Enjoyed some dandan noodles, say
1816. Gobbled down some gyoza, say
1817. Had some tteokbokki, say
1818. Enjoyed some kung pao shrimp, say
1819. Enjoyed pastrami
1820. Suffix for doctor
1821. Consumed (3) Daily Themed