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# Clue
1. Minded the baby
2. Made a lap
3. Held court
4. After Fri.
5. Used an Eames product
6. National exam initials
7. Had a powwow
8. Watched tots
9. Met in council
10. Used a taboret
11. Used a dos-à-dos
12. Was inactive
13. Used an ottoman
14. Cal. day
15. Held a séance
16. Roosted or rested
17. Bestrode, with "on"
18. Emulated H. Dumpty
19. Verbum ___ sapienti
20. Held a session
21. Mat. day
22. Tended a baby
23. Apr.1983
24. Dec.1983
25. Rested one's feet
26. What Horner did
27. ___ on (suppressed)
28. Sab., to some
29. Occupied a chair
30. Got off one's feet
31. Won at musical chairs
32. Wk. ender
33. Was in session
34. Met in session
35. Held office
36. What Miss Muffet did
37. Occupied an ottoman
38. Precollege exam
39. "Verbum ___ sapienti (est)"
40. Met in committee
41. Met, as a council
42. Sec.-largest planet
43. Didn't lose at musical chairs
44. EmulatedAcross
45. Exam for a high schooler
46. Was a model for Wyeth
47. Modeled, maybe
48. _____ out (missed)
49. Didn't stir
50. Plopped down
51. Was impassive
52. Were in session
53. Used a sedan
54. Went unused
55. Used a 38-Down
56. Wasn't off one's rocker
57. Was idle
58. Was on a jury
59. Didn't bring up the rear?
60. Used a bench
61. Didn't get bought
62. Was on the bottom?
63. Collected splinters, so to speak
64. Was immobile
65. Modeled (for)
66. Did not stir
67. Got into the swing
68. Collected dust
69. Stood no more
70. Was not off one's rocker
71. Used a pew
72. Suddenly became attentive, with "up"
73. Precollege hurdle, for short
74. Succeeded at musical chairs
75. It hassections
76. Used a tuffet, e.g.
77. Used sofa?
78. Didn't go anywhere, say
79. Used a pouffe
80. Held a meeting
81. Took the bench
82. Stopped standing
83. Enjoyed a recliner
84. Settled on a divan
85. Settled on a settee
86. Day after 18-Across
87. Pulled up a chair
88. Pulled up a stool
89. Rested on a divan, say
90. Took a seat
91. Used a papasan
92. Coll. key, often
93. Used chairs
94. Was a juror
95. ETS administers it
96. Struck a pose
97. Joined a jury
98. Made use of a divan
99. Obeyed a cry of "Down in front!"
100. Joined the jury
101. Joined the table
102. Looked after Junior
103. Had a meeting
104. Wasn't in the game
105. Parked on a pew
106. Posed for a portrait
107. Watched the little ones
108. Exam for srs.
109. Took a breather, maybe
110. Covered a lap
111. POSED AS FOR A PHOTOGRAPH
112. ___ score
113. ___ ON THE FENCE; DIDN'T TAKE SIDES
114. Watched the kids
115. Exam with a score range of 400 to 1600
116. Rested on a meditation cushion
117. Had one's portrait done
118. Used an arm chair
119. Created a lap
120. Found a chair
121. Minded a minor
122. Prepared to dine
123. Rested one's legs
124. Used a behind
125. Facilitated a parental date night, say
126. Prepared to read
127. Relaxed on the sofa
128. Rode horseback, say
129. Didn't sell very well
130. Got a lap dance, say
131. Test whose lowest score is 600: Abbr.
132. Took a meeting
133. College-entry hurdle
134. It now has a writing component
135. Exam with a maximum score of 2400
136. Exam that takes 3 hrs., 45 min.
137. Exam with three 800-pt. sections
138. Emulated Miss Muffet, in a way
139. Approached the bench?
140. Posed for pics, perhaps
141. Acted like a benchwarmer
142. Emulated Jack Horner or Miss Muffet
143. Got down without lying
144. Posed for pics
145. Posed for pix
146. Was in session, as Congress
147. Was successful at musical chairs
148. Took the weight off one's feet
149. Used the lounger
150. Grabbed a chair, so to speak
151. Minded the kids
152. Got ready for a lap dog
153. Relaxed, in a way
154. Used a rocker
155. Reason for a prep course
156. Sixth rock from the sun: Abbr.
157. Emulated Humpty Dumpty
158. Picked up a lap?
159. Watched kids
160. Tended little ones
161. Didn't start
162. Rested, in a way
163. Didn't rise
164. Ended a standing ovation
165. Modeled for a portrait
166. Used a bench, say
167. H.S. exam for college hopefuls
168. H.S. hurdle
169. Lay unused
170. Suppressed, with "on"
171. Wasn't active
172. Attended to barking dogs?
173. Lay idle
174. H.S. challenge
175. H.S. ordeal
176. Settled on a papasan, say
177. Had one's portrait painted
178. Sank into the sofa
179. . . . __ on a tuffet
180. Didn't get up
181. Practiced Zen
182. Pre-college exam: Abbr.
183. Took a bench
184. Met, as a committee
185. H.S. seniors' exam
186. It follows Fri.
187. Posed for a picture
188. Occupied a couch
189. Didn't act
190. Matinee day: Abbr.
191. Occupied a bench
192. Occupied a recliner
193. ACT alternative
194. Minded Junior
195. Exam for high-school srs.
196. Perched
197. Posed
198. Warmed the bench
199. Convened
200. Film role played by both Vincent Price and Bill Cosby
201. 1957 four-LP jazz set subtitled "A Musical Autobiography"
202. Completely fill, as a hungry person
203. ___ Cheerleaders (1977 film)
204. Hello, Dolly! jazzman
205. Bad lover?
206. Character in Twain's "The Mysterious Stranger"
207. ___ Mistress, 1982 horror flick
208. Skewered Asian fare
209. Fill all the way
210. Put one's feet up in neighborly fashion
211. Did nothing while other things went on
212. Lord of the Flies
213. Skewered edible
214. Nickname for Louis Armstrong
215. Worshiper with a pentagram
216. 4-Down skewered meat dish
217. The Adversary
218. Stick on the grill?
219. Relaxed, say
220. Job tester
221. Food on a stick
222. ___ Serenades (1952 jazz album)
223. Used a rocker, e.g.
224. Devilish sorts?
225. ___ army, group that marches across the earth in Revelation
226. Used, as a desk
227. Failed to get involved
228. Having eaten enough
229. He "wept with all six eyes," per Dante
230. The Great Tempter
231. Skewered Asian dish
232. Leader of the land down under?
233. ___ spawn (hellions)
234. Suddenly showed interest
235. Leave gratified
236. Prepared for bad news, perhaps
237. Paradise Lost tempter
238. Great red dragon, in Revelation
239. Worshiper with an inverted pentagram, maybe
240. *Fill to excess
241. Thai dip
242. Lord of the Rings villain
243. Home Depot products
244. ___ it (got the job done)
245. Hit Ctrl-S
246. Old nickname for a surgeon
247. HS ordeals
248. Hoofed deity
249. Tropical grassy plains
250. Avant-garde composer Erik
251. John Mayer "Who ___"
252. Surfing with the Alien Joe
253. No Doubt "Return of ___"
254. Relaxing spot for a rocker
255. Goodbye band ___ Ferris
256. The Fray "How to ___ Life"
257. Creed "Human Clay" song
258. Fall guys for scandals
259. Nights in White _____ (The Moody Blues)
260. Grilled Thai dish served with peanut sauce
261. Small bag, possibly with a shoulder strap
262. Appease, as a thirst
263. Give a bellyful and then some
264. Watched a wee one
265. Went to waste
266. What little Miss Muffet did
267. Full or replete
268. Cotton fabric with a smooth finish
269. Legendary pitcher Paige
270. Mr. Paige on the hill
271. Fill to the breaking point
272. Chief of the fallen angels
273. Fully satisfy
274. Full and satisfied
275. Didn't straphang
276. Rode the pine
277. Couldn't stand any more?
278. Succeeded in musical chairs
279. First verb in "Little Miss Muffet"
280. Minded, in a way
281. Occupied ottomans
282. Word with the same first two letters as 52-Across
283. Refused to stand
284. Formed a lap
285. Rested one's dogs
286. Used a chair
287. Assumed the lotus position
288. Was unmoved
289. Kind of score
290. Was a benchwarmer
291. Activated a whoopee cushion
292. Emulated Humpty Dumpty and Little Miss Muffet
293. Settled on the bottom?
294. Took a stool, for example
295. Between Fri. and Sun.
296. Modeled
297. Roosted
298. Week day: Abbr.
299. Worked for an artist
300. ___ on (rebuked)
301. Used a dos-أ -dos
302. Held a sأ©ance
303. Apr. 16, 1983
304. Dec. 24, 1983
305. Fri. follower
306. Gained a lap
307. Had a session
308. Sun. preceder
309. Verbum ___ sapienti (est)
310. Emulated 25 Across
311. Coll. entrance exam
312. Took a chair
313. Plopped (down)
314. Took a load off
315. Plunked oneself down
316. Squatted
317. Remained idle
318. Damn Yankees part
319. Fie, thou dishonest___!: "Twelfth Night"
320. Served on a jury
321. Parked it
322. One on the dark side
323. Big troublemaker
324. One leading to temptation?
325. Didn't get in the game
326. Kind of scores
327. Rode the bench
328. Watched Junior
329. ETS test
330. Did nothing
331. Cal. column
332. Assembled
333. Positioned
334. Remained unused
335. Went nowhere
336. College Board creation
337. Parked it, so to speak
338. Coll. hopeful's hurdle
339. Sr.'s exam
340. Claimed a spot at the cineplex
341. Failed to act
342. ACT alternate
343. Obeyed "Down in front!"
344. Occupied a throne
345. Used a tuffet
346. Internal exam found in 16-, 30-, 35-, 41-, and 56-Across
347. Little Miss Muffet and Humpty Dumpty did it
348. Parked oneself
349. Day after saying "TGIF!"
350. Picked up a lap
351. What both Miss Muffet and Humpty Dumpty did
352. Didn't move
353. College entrance exam
354. Met in assembly
355. Idled
356. Didn't play
357. Day of the wk. ... or an exam usually taken on that day
358. Got into the swing, say
359. Roman god of agriculture
360. Gathered dust
361. Had an uneventful day
362. See 37-Across
363. Pre-coll. exam
364. Used a stool
365. Watched, in a way
366. Exam for H.S. seniors
367. Wasn't off one's rocker?
368. Rested
369. Didn't get used
370. Plopped down on Santa's lap, e.g.
371. Put down a can?
372. Completed a lap?
373. Put an end to something?
374. Gained a lap?
375. Marked time
376. Remained
377. Emulated Jack Horner
378. Met
379. Waited
380. Twiddled one's thumbs
381. Ancient village of Palestine (5)
382. Posed (for)
383. Brooded
384. What Congress did Jan 3–July 27
385. Used a bean bag, say
386. Was convened
387. Remained inactive
388. Day of the week: Abbr
389. Minded a baby
390. Little Miss Muffet did
391. Overhead heater
392. Namibian flag symbol
393. Argentine flag feature
394. Rising star?
395. Arizona heater?
396. Kind of flower or fish
397. Warmer
398. Beach application
399. Big ball of fire
400. Green power source
401. Word with dress or suit
402. Center of the solar system
403. Phoenix basketballer
404. Day light
405. Our star
406. Symbol on Japan's flag
407. Realm of the god Helios
408. Where to see flares and spots
409. Kind of fish or flower
410. Get some rays
411. Main burner?
412. Tanner
413. Dawn's early light
414. Smiley icon on a weather map
415. Solar system's center
416. Body at one of the foci of some elliptical orbits
417. Solar power source
418. Symbol on the flag of New Mexico
419. British tabloid, with "The"
420. It tans one's hide
421. Navigation reference
422. Blazer?
423. Goths avoid it, generally
424. Energy source for life on Earth
425. Central heating unit (it's found in four themed answers)
426. It makes summertime very warm
427. "Empire of the ___" (1987 Spielberg film)
428. Energy source of the solar system
429. Source of vitamin D
430. It sets earlier and earlier in the fall
431. Closest star to us
432. Helios' realm
433. Earth's star
434. Lie on the beach
435. College Board test
436. "... ___ on a tuffet"
437. "And they ___ down to eat bread" (Gen 37:25)
438. "Citizen X" actor
439. "I ___ By the Ocean"
440. "I ___ on the roof and kicked off the moss" ("Your Song" lyric)
441. "I ___ on the roof..." (Elton John line)
442. "Little Miss Muffet/ ___ on a..."
443. 'The Revenge of the Baby-___' ('Calvin and Hobbes' book)
444. 1 Waited perhaps
445. 1600 is perfect on it
446. Academic benchmark
447. Academic benchmark briefly
448. Accommodated as passengers
449. Accommodated in a way
450. Acknowledged that the Torah was back in the ark
451. Acted as a model.
452. Alternative to ACT...___or alternative to "acted"
453. Annulled
454. As a committee met test (3)
455. Ass was papasan'd
456. Avoided elimination in musical chairs
457. Became interested with 'up'
458. Before Sun.
459. Bestrode with "on"
460. Bided one's time
461. Cal. col.
462. Cal. heading
463. Calendar abbr.
464. Calendar abbreviation.
465. Calendar col.
466. Calendar column: Abbr.
467. Came to rest
468. Challenge for a senior in H.S.
469. Coll. entry exam
470. Coll. football day often
471. Coll. football day usually
472. Coll. key often
473. Collected splinters so to speak
474. College application part
475. College prelim
476. Common test prep focus
477. Convened to consider legislation
478. Convened as Congress
479. Convened like Congress
480. Convened.
481. Couldn't stand any more maybe
482. Couldn't stand maybe
483. Couldn't stand?
484. Covered one's butt in a way
485. Day after Fri.
486. Day of the wk.
487. Day of the wk.... or an exam usually taken on that day
488. Day three of most PGA TOUR events: abbr.
489. Day whose name has a nice ring to it? (Abbr.)
490. Day: Abbr.
491. Dealt with minor needs maybe
492. Dec. 24 1983
493. Did a model's job.
494. Did laps?
495. Did not play
496. Did not stand for it?
497. Did some modeling
498. Did some modeling perhaps
499. Did squat
500. Didn t play
501. Didn't budge
502. Didn't do much
503. Didn't get eliminated from musical chairs
504. Didn't get snapped up say
505. Didn't get to play
506. Didn't go anywhere
507. Didn't go anywhere say
508. Didn't join the ovation
509. Didn't move off the shelves
510. Didn't move as a product
511. Didn't participate
512. Didn't play in the game
513. Didn't reveal with "on"
514. Didn't run
515. Didn't sell
516. Didn't stand
517. Didn't stand for
518. Didn't stand for anything?
519. E.T.S. offering
520. ETS exam
521. Emulated Horner
522. Emulated Miss Muffet
523. Emulated Miss Muffet and Humpty Dumpty
524. Emulated Miss Muffet in a way
525. Emulated a benchwarmer
526. Enabled a date night
527. Enabled a date night say
528. Enjoyed a davenport
529. Enjoyed a papasan
530. Enjoyed an easy chair
531. Enjoyed the recliner
532. Exam for H.S. students
533. Exam for HS seniors
534. Exam for the U.-bound
535. Exam that removed the penalty for guessing earlier this year
536. Exam that takes 3 hrs. 45 min.
537. Exam with a perfect score of 2400
538. Exam with an optional writing component
539. Exam with math and verbal sections
540. Facilitated a parental date night say
541. Failed to participate in (with "out")
542. Failed to participate in with "out"
543. Fill to capacity
544. Filled a chair
545. Filled a recliner
546. First verb in 'Little Miss Muffet'
547. Fri.-Sun. link
548. Gave the legs a rest
549. Got a lap dance say
550. Got behind on something?
551. Got behind the wheel
552. Got comfortable perhaps
553. Got comfy
554. Got into a saddle
555. Got into the swing say
556. Got into the swing?
557. Got lucky on the subway
558. Got ready for the movie
559. Got ready to tickle the ivories
560. Got the chair?
561. Got together
562. Grabbed a chair
563. Grabbed a chair (3)
564. Grabbed a chair so to speak
565. H.S. administration
566. H.S. event
567. H.S. exam
568. H.S. senior's exam
569. HS exam
570. HS senior's exam
571. HS sr.'s exam
572. HSer's hurdle
573. Had a place.
574. Had a seat
575. Had a session.
576. Hard puz.day
577. Hardest NYT puzzle day
578. He addressed the Knesset in 1977
579. Held a meeting.
580. Held a session.
581. Held court.
582. Held session
583. Held session.
584. Held the chair
585. Helicopter parent's concern
586. High sch. challenge
587. High school seniors exam
588. High school test
589. High-school sr.'s exam
590. Hit as a fly
591. Holiday: Abbr.
592. Hung out on the couch
593. Hurdle for a H.S. senior maybe
594. Hurdle for srs.
595. IQ alternative for Mensa admission
596. Important exam for college hopefuls
597. It goes back to a top score of 1600 in 2016
598. It has 10 sections
599. It may be used for Mensa admission
600. It now includes an "adversity score"
601. It precedes Sun.
602. It will include a writing section starting in 2005
603. Its origin is Princeton NJ
604. Kate Bush "___ in Your Lap"
605. Kate Bush's "___ in Your Lap"
606. Kept a vigil
607. Kept one's rear to the ground?
608. Kept rocking say
609. Kind of NAV system
610. Lay
611. Left one's feet
612. Looked after the kids
613. Looked after the kids perhaps
614. Lost one's standing?
615. Lowered one's seat
616. Lowered one's seat?
617. Made a butt rest
618. Made a lap?
619. Made a moon landing?
620. Made like Miss Muffet
621. Made use of a bench
622. Made use of a chair
623. Made use of a sofa
624. Mat. time
625. Met as a committee
626. Met as a council
627. Met as a legislature
628. Met.
629. Minded
630. Minded a minor in a way
631. Minded baby
632. Minded in a way
633. Modeled maybe
634. Modeled.
635. Modelled
636. National HS exam
637. Never left the bench say
638. Nick Cave "As I ___ Sadly by Her Side"
639. Obeyed an obedience school command
640. Obeyed one's master?
641. Occupied a jury box
642. Occupied a rocker
643. Occupied a sofa
644. Occupied a swing
645. Occupied a throne say
646. One of seven: Abbr.
647. Parked
648. Parked in a recliner
649. Parked it so to speak
650. Parked it?
651. Parked on a bench
652. Parked one's keister
653. Payday prize
654. Perched (on)
655. Perched upon
656. Perched.
657. Personal identity
658. Placed.
659. Planted one's butt
660. Planted the butt
661. Played musical chairs
662. Plonked down on a sofa
663. Plopped down on Santa's lap e.g.
664. Plopped into a chair
665. Plopped oneself down
666. Posed for
667. Posed for a photo
668. Posed for pics perhaps
669. Posed in a studio
670. Posed as for a portrait
671. Posed.
672. Pre-college exam
673. Precollege hurdle for short
674. Predecessor of Sun.
675. Prepare to play the cello
676. Prepared for a meeting
677. Prepared for bad news perhaps
678. Prepared for takeoff
679. Prepared for the show to start
680. Prepared to be shot
681. Prepared to have one's hair done
682. Prepared to meditate say
683. Prepared to play piano
684. Prepared to play the cello
685. Prepared to read perhaps
686. Prepared to rock a rocker
687. Prepared to see a film
688. Prepared to shake a paw perhaps
689. Presided as a judge
690. Protested during a national anthem say
691. Protested peacefully perhaps
692. Put bottom to cushion
693. Put one's cheeks down
694. Put one's cheeks down?
695. Put the bottom down
696. Quieted barking dogs
697. Quit standing
698. Relaxed
699. Relaxed in an easy chair
700. Relaxed in a way
701. Remained in inventory
702. Remained inactive.
703. Remained on the bench
704. Remained on the bottom
705. Remained on the shelf
706. Remained quiet
707. Reposed.
708. Responded to "Down in front!"
709. Rested at a boring show
710. Rested in a chair
711. Rested on a chair
712. Rested on a divan say
713. Rested in a way
714. Rested maybe
715. Rested.
716. Rode horseback say
717. Roosted.
718. Sab. to some
719. Sampled a stool?
720. Sch. test
721. School meas.
722. Senior exam
723. Senior moment?
724. Seniors fret it for short
725. Served as on a committee
726. Served as on a jury
727. Settled down
728. Settled on a papasan say
729. Settled on a sofa
730. Settled on the sofa
731. Some srs. take it
732. Source of H.S. stress
733. Source of high school anxiety for short
734. Sr. exam
735. Sr. stress source
736. Sr.'s b te noire
737. Sr.'s challenge
738. Sr.'s source of anxiety
739. Stayed idle
740. Stayed on the shelf
741. Stayed out unused
742. Stayed put
743. Stayed put.
744. Stopped standing say
745. Stopped as a golf ball
746. Subject of some prep classes
747. Suddenly became attentive with "up"
748. Suppressed with "on"
749. Survived in musical chairs
750. TGIF hangover day
751. Teen's test
752. Tended a tot
753. Tended tots
754. Test dropout rockers never take (abbr.)
755. Test soon to include an essay section
756. Test where 1600 is perfect
757. Test with an essay section
758. Test with prep classes
759. Things made by Vikings for short
760. Took a bit of a rest in a way
761. Took a break
762. Took a break maybe
763. Took a breather
764. Took a breather maybe
765. Took a pew
766. Took a rest
767. Took a rest or a test
768. Took a stool
769. Took a stool sample?
770. Took a stool for example
771. Took a timeout
772. Took an exam
773. Took chairs
774. Took it easy
775. Took seats
776. Took the bench as a judge
777. Took the stand (oddly enough)
778. Took the stand (weirdly enough)
779. Took to the couch
780. Took weight off one's feet
781. Took as an exam
782. Used a Hepplewhite
783. Used a barstool
784. Used a beanbag maybe
785. Used a bench say
786. Used a couch
787. Used a davenport
788. Used a divan
789. Used a fauteuil
790. Used a recliner
791. Used a rocker e.g.
792. Used a saddle
793. Used a sofa
794. Used a stairlift e.g.
795. Used a tuffet e.g.
796. Used a waiting room's chair
797. Used an armchair
798. Used chairs?
799. Used furniture maybe
800. Used the La-Z-Boy
801. Used the sofa
802. Used the stairs maybe
803. Used the waiting room
804. Utilized a bench
805. Utilized a tuffet
806. Volcanic peak in the Cascades
807. Waited comfortably
808. Waited maybe
809. Waited perhaps
810. Was a bench warmer
811. Was a wallflower
812. Was an obedient pooch
813. Was benched
814. Was finally in the swing?
815. Was immobile in a way
816. Was in session as Congress
817. Was in session as in the House of Commons
818. Was in session as the House of Commons
819. Was in session.
820. Was inactive.
821. Was left
822. Was left idle
823. Was light on one's feet?
824. Was not off one's rocker?
825. Was on a bench
826. Was on one's rocker?
827. Was on the bench
828. Was shiftless
829. Was successful in musical chairs
830. Wasn't a straphanger
831. Wasn't getting sold
832. Wasn't in the starting lineup
833. Wasn't left standing
834. Wasn't playing
835. Wasn't purchased
836. Wasn't used
837. Watched a baby
838. Watched an infant
839. Watched in a way
840. Weekday: Abbr.
841. Weekend abbr.
842. Weighed (on).
843. Went to waste as merchandise
844. What Kate Bush did on "Your Lap"?
845. What Miss Muffet and Humpty Dumpty did
846. What you did at boring show
847. What you did at slow show
848. What you did on lawn seat
849. Where 1600 is perfection
850. Word with "up" or "down"
851. Word with up or down
852. Wouldn't stand for it?
853. ___ Subject Tests
854. ___ down (got into a game)*
855. ___ out (missed)
856. ___ prep
857. ___ prep (classes for some juniors)
858. Football day: Abbr
859. Had a place
860. Relaxed during conversation
861. Rested on the bottom?
862. Relaxed, perhaps
863. Was immobile, in a way
864. Didn't strap-hang
865. Took a bit of a rest, in a way
866. Opposite of 14-Down
867. Prepared to meditate, say
868. Stopped standing, say
869. Devil
870. Beelzebub
871. Evildoer
872. Its origin is Princeton NJ
873. Underworld boss?
874. Gorge
875. Hades' host
876. The Tempter
877. Evil personified
878. Fill completely
879. Old Nick
880. Paradise Lost character
881. Tempting one
882. Presided, as a judge
883. Thai monetary unit
884. Prince of Darkness
885. Infamous fallen angel
886. ___ spell (took a load off)
887. Went to waste, as merchandise
888. Angel thrown out of heaven
889. Evil one
890. Served, as on a jury
891. Buyer of souls
892. Exorcist's target
893. Fill
894. Paradise Lost figure
895. Didn't get involved
896. Just watched
897. Fill fully
898. Asian appetizer
899. Paper carrier
900. Be enough for
901. Completely fill
902. Lay on
903. Fill to excess
904. Overfill
905. Glossy fabric
906. Old Scratch
907. Infernal
908. Glut
909. Filled beyond full
910. Make content
911. Full
912. No longer hungry
913. Smooth fabric
914. Underworld figure
915. The Devil
916. Hellish
917. Occupied, as a table
918. Stuff
919. Fire man?
920. Mephistophelian
921. Church Lady's foe
922. Proverbs
923. Bio. or chem.
924. Spotted
925. Votes for passage
926. Gorged
927. Fancy fabric
928. Novelist Bellow
929. Goatish gamboler
930. Shiny fabrics
931. French composer Erik
932. Flyers' org.
933. Except for
934. Goat-men
935. Riyadh natives
936. Fry quickly
937. =-- Row (London street with many tailors)
938. Mythical lecher
939. Really enjoy
940. Delighted in
941. Petty tyrant
942. Soak
943. Beastly
944. Be thrifty
945. Scholarly sorts
946. Ketchup, e.g.
947. =-- Arabian
948. City on San Francisco Bay
949. Jersey boys ___ the Day
950. Musical exercise
951. Talk
952. Didn't fold
953. Relish
954. Israel's first king
955. Hotfoot it
956. Old English poet
957. Stuffed to the gills
958. Gorges
959. Fill to the gills
960. Overfeed
961. Appease fully
962. Overstuff
963. Stuffed
964. Appeases hunger
965. Like Rushdie's verses
966. Give a bellyful
967. Lucifer
968. Hell-bent one?
969. Man with horns
970. Walpurgis Night figure
971. Dealt with minor needs, maybe
972. Abbr. on much choral music
973. Name from the Hebrew for "adversary"
974. Minded a minor, in a way
975. One from down under?
976. Became interested, with "up"
977. Asian appetizer served with peanut sauce
978. Failed to participate in, with "out"
979. Got comfortable, perhaps
980. Revelation figure
981. Fills to the gills
982. Met in assembly.
983. Archfiend.
984. Gratify.
985. Lucifer.
986. What Congress did Jan. 3–July 27.
987. Character in "Paradise Lost."
988. Fitted.
989. Glut.
990. Little Miss Muffet did.
991. Minded a baby.
992. Was convened.
993. Beelzebub's chief.
994. Day of the week: Abbr.
995. Minded the baby.
996. Associate of Beelzebub.
997. Seventh day: Abbr.
998. Evil one.
999. Chief of devils.
1000. Chief of the fallen angels.
1001. Great enemy of man.
1002. Paradise Lost character.
1003. Fiends.
1004. Mephisto.
1005. Beelzebub.
1006. Original bad guy.
1007. Soul buyer.
1008. Minded the baby?
1009. Finished standing
1010. Seventh day: Abbr
1011. It follows Fri
1012. Matinee day: Abbr
1013. Calendar abbreviation
1014. Predecessor of Sun
1015. It precedes Sun
1016. She ___ like patience on a monument
1017. Day: Abbr
1018. Weekday: Abbr
1019. Holiday: Abbr
1020. Before Sun
1021. Did a model's job
1022. Weighed (on)
1023. Entered into conference
1024. Weekend abbr
1025. Between Fri and Sun
1026. Calendar abbr
1027. Week day: Abbr
1028. Mat day
1029. Took one's place
1030. After Fri
1031. Dec. ,
1032. Settled
1033. Couldn’t stand, maybe
1034. Parked on a recliner, say
1035. American college admission exam Abbr. crossword clue DTC
1036. Weekend opener: abbr.
1037. Short form of the first weekend day
1038. Did a basic dog trick
1039. Rested part of the weekend
1040. Used a massage chair, say
1041. Posed for artist
1042. Rested on a tatami, perhaps