A big fan of

The clue "A big fan of" was last spotted by us at the USA Today Crossword on February 9 2019.

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I N T O

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USA Today Clues February 09, 2019

Diplomat's skill
Cinders of old comics
More than occasionally
Harbor skyline feature
Aided a pitchman
Ready to explode
Stick up
Takes a board game turn
Capital west of Stockholm
Spill one's guts
Semester enders, often
"Sappho's Leap" novelist Jong
Sharply dressed
Close in on
Cheer for a matador
Barely runs?
Have a hunch
Trendy Brazilian berry
If-all-else-fails ploy
Take a stab at
Toils in a galley
Leave thunderstruck
___ dancer (1960s night club employee)
Lake in a classic mnemonic
Whom Pete Rose managed
Chem room
Xbox competitor
Tire with new life
MTA part
Direct deposit, briefly
Its symbol is Fe
Candies on Christmas trees
Ill-gotten money
Be overdramatic
A big fan of
Embattled Yemeni city
Common melt ingredient
Grace ender
Social goofball
Pseudo-cultured
Preserve, in a wayend
Browns, Blues and 37-Down
Insider's lingo
Swampy ground
Koran's almighty
Oater "necktie"
Levin who wrote "The Boys From Brazil"
4 p.m. Wall Street event
Trivial gripe
Schoolyard stoolie
One-man band, e.g.
Produces hen fruit
Lessen, as fears
Speak haltingly
Rose's County Kerry home
Greeting that doesn't need postage
Rottweiler's warning
Millennial's parent, for short
"Piece of cake!"
"Camelot" composer Frederick
Suffix with hard or firm
Kid-___ (book genre)
Many sitar tunes
Like a milquetoast
Adidas subsidiary
Flowers in Van Gogh paintings
Travolta chin feature
Immunologists' fluids
Innsbruck's land
State bordering Alberta
Sgt. or cpl.
User of products and services
Drop the ball
Bugged incessantly
Like xenon or radon
Complete Topps collection
"Death Be Not Proud" poet John
Jessica of "Driving Miss Daisy"