ANTILOGOUS WORDS

New York Times, Sunday, August 9, 1987

Author: T.W. Underhill
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 520 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 108, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 13, XRef: 0
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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ring king : CHAMP
6. Kind of coil : TESLA
11. West Pointer : CADET
16. Home of the Boilermakers : PURDUE
17. Sacred table : ALTAR
18. Incarnation : AVATAR
20. OVERSIGHT : CAREORNEGLECT
22. Moonlike : SELENIC
24. A.B.A. member : ATT
25. Elides : SKIPS
26. Spaceship's home stretch : REENTRY
28. Glop : GOO
29. Map ltrs. : RTES
31. Pub drink : STOUT
33. Does some laundering : DRIES
34. Kind of flute : ALTO
35. Seed covering : TESTA
37. Montreal nine : EXPOS
39. Speed meas. : IPS
40. Expensive : STEEP
41. Silvery-white metal : ANTIMONY
43. Ends a chess game : MATES
45. Tracks : SPOORS
46. Marriage doc. : CERT
47. Cods' cousins : HAKES
48. Brenda, Bart or Belle : STARR
49. Seal of a sort : GASKET
52. Adam's ale : WATER
53. Aspersion : SLUR
54. Guevara : CHE
57. Kitchen gadget : RICER
58. SANCTION : AIDORIMPEDE
60. ___-tse of Taoism : LAO
61. Biblical duke : OMAR
62. Scourge of serge : LINT
63. Sights in the Seine : ILES
64. Navy food : MESS
65. ___ Hansa, hero of "Giants in the Earth" : PER
66. FIX : MENDORBREAK
70. Raccoon's relative : COATI
71. This may be spitchcocked : EEL
72. Stigma : ONUS
73. "Where there ___ no Ten Commandments": Kipling : ARENT
74. Teaming tenement : WARREN
75. Psychologist-author Havelock : ELLIS
77. Chatterers, in Ayr : PIETS
78. WORST : BEST
79. Smooth fabric : SATEEN
81. Cheekbone : MALAR
82. Cowardly evildoers : DASTARDS
86. Inge's "___ of Roses" : ALOSS
87. Sunshine product : HAY
88. Slow driver : MOPER
90. Coleridge's "gentle thing" : SLEEP
91. Needlefish : GARS
92. Bubble, in Bari : BOLLA
94. Chicago's ___ Tower : SEARS
96. Hilum : SCAR
97. A Dada leader : ARP
98. Auden's "The ___" : ORATORS
100. Figure of speech : TROPE
102. "Exodus" hero : ARI
103. Lesser : SMALLER
105. CLEAVE : ADHEREORSPLIT
108. January rains : SLEETS
109. Cervine inventor? : DEERE
110. Blur, in printing : MACULE
111. Emulate Valentino : EMOTE
112. Angler's headache : SNARL
113. Restores to copy : STETS
1. Most abrupt : CURTEST
2. Charlemagne's dom. : HRE
3. Fusses : ADOS
4. Makes dark and gloomy : MURKS
5. Sorry : PENITENT
6. Touches a base before running : TAGSUP
7. Building addition : ELL
8. Mob follower : STER
9. Spiked the punch : LACED
10. Highways : ARTERIES
11. Social divisions : CASTES
12. States firmly : AVERS
13. "What's My Line?" host : DALY
14. Automne's preceder : ETE
15. RAVEL : TANGLEORCLEAR
16. Wooden sandal : PATTEN
19. Peace disturber : RIOTER
20. Magna ___ : CARTA
21. Kind of glue : EPOXY
23. Pens : COOPS
27. Shots : NIPS
30. Bumper ___ : STICKER
32. Love apple : TOMATO
34. Suffix with comment : ATOR
36. V.I.P. in Kabul : AMEER
38. Falconer's trainee : SAKER
40. Kind of room : SPARE
42. Scrap : ORT
44. Actress Garr : TERI
45. Wall members : STUDS
47. "It ___ Be You," 1924 song : HADTO
48. Glossy : SLEEK
49. Fumble in the dark : GROPE
50. Evangelist McPherson : AIMEE
51. LIVID : SCARLETORPALE
52. Trades, e.g. : WINDS
53. Chair piece : SPLAT
55. Cause of many errors : HASTE
56. Red dye : EOSIN
58. Japanese aborigines : AINUS
59. Aspects : MIENS
62. Ulyanov : LENIN
64. "Lord, what fools these ___ be!": Shak. : MORTALS
66. Double or triple agents : MOLES
67. Shore bird : RAIL
68. Sunfish : BREAM
69. Small rockets, for short : RETROS
70. Throws : CASTS
74. Pitcher Ferrell : WES
76. Minus : LESS
77. Parts of cargoes : PAYLOADS
78. Saloons : BARROOMS
79. Romans-fleuves : SAGAS
80. Some eye-openers : ALARMS
81. Vassar purchase : MALT
82. "The Wreck of the Mary ___": Innes : DEARE
83. Detroit actions : RECALLS
84. Sweetie pie : DEARIE
85. Spar : SPRIT
87. Suffering from phonasthenia : HOARSE
89. Stormy ___ (sea bird) : PETREL
92. A.L. M.V.P.: 1980 : BRETT
93. Shakespearean forest : ARDEN
95. Small herring : SPRAT
98. Toast topper : OLEO
99. Mets' stadium : SHEA
101. Suffix for an inchoative verb : ESCE
104. Author Stanislaw ___ : LEM
106. Stray : ERR
107. Wall Street term : PUT

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