The clue "Bash" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on August 17 2019.

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"Bash" in other crosswords:
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LA Times February 27 2021 GALA
New York Times January 8 2021 FETE
Wall Street Journal June 20 2020 PARTY
Wall Street Journal August 17 2019 BIGDO

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Wall Street Journal Clues August 17, 2019

Arles article
Jardin des Champs-Élysées, par exemple
Soundly defeat, slangily
“When All Is Said and Done” group
Campaign-backing org.
Many a Putin crony
Duesenberg contemporary
Important element in the formation of a star?
Ninth grade math, often
Hall of Famer Mel
Exploit the base instincts of
Shoe designer Blahnik
It’s shared virally
Many an Ernst & Young employee
Some small trucks
*Use a hose at a nobleman’s bidding?
1965 novel featuring Paul Atreides
Gift from Mrs. Fields
Org. that patrols the Tenderloin
Musician who conceived Iceland’s Imagine Peace Tower
*Party pooper’s refusal to accept reality?
Stellar cat
Said “Not for me, thanks”
How juicy gossip might be shared
Cub Scout groups
Laptop brand created by Sony
Some Canons, for short
Platelet aggregation
Professor Frink on “The Simpsons,” e.g.
Transvaal colonist
Not minor
Make ready for new use
Inbox clogger
Like Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 2
Dog at a picnic
Course position
Pontiac in a 1964 song
Free throw for being fouled while scoring, in basketball lingo
Revels in
Balaam’s ride
Moviegoer’s reprimand
Place to get a Lumberjack Slam
Crazy Horse, e.g.
Mao ___-tung
Piggy, in a children’s rhyme
Like a fashion magazine
Air rifle ammo
Holed up
Boston Garden Hall of Famer
Long ago, long ago
Anime genre featuring giant robots
Abbey’s hubby on “The West Wing”
Not pos.
Hardly tasteful
Detective Pinkerton
Eclipse, to the superstitious
Singer Winans with 12 Grammys
Evil manipulator
Follower of “brown.” or “rice.”
“The elimination of the unnecessary,” per Picasso
Seven-time AL batting champion
NYC enters it by falling back
React to stunning news, say
Reuben base
Disquietingly bleak
NFL scores
Fertile soil
Jazz legend Fitzgerald
Speak silently
Drug kingpin Escobar
Elevator button symbol
Color TV pioneer
“He’s So Fine” group, with “The”
2020 candidate Beto
Like somebody without an umbrella, and what’s added to four starred answers
Like a gunslinger’s gun, perhaps
He’s played Roy Cohn, Phil Spector and Joe Paterno
Arthur of “The Golden Girls”
Original source of “gumbo” and “goober”
It may be tacked onto a bill
Ski resort close to Salt Lake City
Co. chiefs
Crystal-lined rock
Mom and Dad, slangily
Physical attractiveness
“Oh, for ___ sake!”
Elite Eight org.
Payment for tat?
“I’ll handle that right away!”
Ellipsis unit
Game with Wild Draw 4 cards
*College football game for milquetoasts?
*Procedures for dealing with spills?
Delt neighbor
Female fawn
DJs used to spin them
4x4, e.g.
It generates interest
Golden State Warriors coach Steve
Is a contender
“Against Interpretation” writer Susan
Needed a visit by EMTs, maybe
*Quality test for a pepper grinder?
Catch unprepared
Pours out one’s troubles on
“Stormy Weather” singer
*Remove moistness from vinyl?
Common Father’s Day gifts
Some air rifles
Virgil hero
Walk through deep mud, say
Like many dorm rooms
*Hammer made for plasterboard?
*Unemployment benefit?
Expert, in England
Rhyming nickname for Obama
En ___ (in a large group)
Sindarin speakers, in Tolkien’s works
Sole supporter?
Director of 2014’s “Unbroken”
Salami variety
“Scrub the mission!”
Bred winners?
Burgoo and cioppino
Eliciting an “aww,” say
“Hail, Caesar!”
Like somebody under an umbrella, and what’s added to four starred answers
USN rank below capt.