The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Puzzle Answers for December 16, 2018

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'A powerful current that carries a man to a haven,' per van Gogh View Answer
'Before moving on ...' View Answer
'Beyond' singer Bridges View Answer
'Gonna pass on that' View Answer
'House' party? View Answer
'I ___ dead people' ('The Sixth Sense' line) View Answer
'Oiche Chiuin' singer View Answer
'Pass the ball to me!' View Answer
'Scrubs' people: Abbr View Answer
'Sister Carrie' novelist Theodore View Answer
'That's a good thought' View Answer
'What fun you'll have!' View Answer
'Wise Up' singer Mann View Answer
1961 Patsy Cline song whose lyrics reference the Alamo and 'Lips so sweet and tender like petals falling apart' View Answer
1978 No. 1 hit for the Commodores, and an alternate title for this puzzle View Answer
1986 memoir whose fifth chapter is titled 'A Fool in Love' View Answer
50 shades of gray, e.g.? View Answer
Absorbs, as info View Answer
AC/DC member? View Answer
Actor Auberjonois of 'Benson' View Answer
Aggressively audacious View Answer
Anti-apartheid playwright Fugard View Answer
AP Bio class letters View Answer
Arctic swimmer View Answer
Assists illicitly View Answer
Auto from Ingolstadt View Answer
Berkeley university's athletic team View Answer
Blockbuster format View Answer
Bombing comic's feeling View Answer
Businesses 'rescued' by Jon Taffer on Paramount Network View Answer
Ceiling installation View Answer
Close, as a winter coat View Answer
Closest to nothing View Answer
Coffee ___ (brewing appliance) View Answer
Console with a CX40 joystick View Answer
Consumed voraciously View Answer
Contented utterance View Answer
Contest on horseback View Answer
Cook-books filling? View Answer
Coors drink introduced in the 1990s View Answer
Curie who coined the word 'radioactivity' View Answer
Device used to map the surface of other planets View Answer
Discontinued iPod View Answer
Disorganized mound View Answer
Dress nattily, with 'out' View Answer
Dunder Mifflin receptionist View Answer
Electric blue relative View Answer
Ernie putting on a front nine View Answer
ESPN basketball analyst Brown View Answer
Famous stargazer View Answer
Fantastic beast View Answer
Football star for Santos in the 1960s View Answer
Former name of the carrier now known as Envoy View Answer
G-strings, e.g View Answer
Got gussied up View Answer
Gulf Coast city that's home to Ca' d'Zan (winter home of John Ringling) View Answer
Guys, in surfer-speak View Answer
Having left port View Answer
Hilty who played Glinda in 'Wicked' on Broadway View Answer
Hostile territory View Answer
Illusionist's offering View Answer
In a scanty way View Answer
Insensitive sort View Answer
Issa who plays Issa Dee on HBO's 'Insecure' View Answer
Jazz great Laine View Answer
Keeps all for oneself, in drug slang View Answer
Kristoff's reindeer companion in 'Frozen' View Answer
Like fugitives View Answer
Like liquid nitrogen View Answer
Minor minder View Answer
Mummies' homes View Answer
Musical groups? View Answer
Narc's operation View Answer
Neckwear holder View Answer
Not proscribed View Answer
Note passed around in Amman View Answer
Offenbach offering View Answer
Orange sushi topper View Answer
Plants or animals using secret passages View Answer
Postwar ___ View Answer
Products with big Black Friday discounts View Answer
Psychologist who wrote 'Beyond Freedom & Dignity' View Answer
Public bathroom array View Answer
Red-haired kid of kid lit View Answer
Remove, as a rind View Answer
Require an erasure, say View Answer
Residue from a blaze View Answer
Rhyme or reason, e.g View Answer
Right of way? View Answer
Rock music player View Answer
Scanned feet View Answer
See somebody? View Answer
Self-grooming creature View Answer
Size of a lot, maybe View Answer
Successor to the Nissan Stanza View Answer
Top spot? View Answer
Trim blades with blades View Answer
Unreliable informant View Answer
Using more subterfuge View Answer
West in films View Answer
What a burglar may trip View Answer
What a retinoid treats View Answer
What's the deal? View Answer
Without a ___ View Answer
Woman's name that often starts with 'An' View Answer
Woolly mammal View Answer
Word reference that can list material in non-alphabetical order View Answer
Worked on one's image? View Answer
Would-be stars' CDs View Answer
Ye ___ towne shoppe View Answer
Youngster in a pouch View Answer
___ Expressway (part of Interstate 94 north of Chicago) View Answer
___ Killam, alum of both 'MADtv' and 'Saturday Night Live' View Answer

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