Bygone fridge

The clue "Bygone fridge" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on August 16 2022.

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New York Times Clues August 16, 2022

Yammer away
"Picnic" playwright
Fastener for a bracelet
Classic Camaro model
Interpretation of a situation
Backing, or the name of Athena's shield
Eager to get out
Rap's ___, the Creator
Element in some food product advertising
Motorboat's trail
Southern constellation
Fast-food chain with square burgers
Commuting option
Built like a weightlifter
Embarrassing sound when bending over
Seven Dwarfs ___ Train (Disney World ride)
Early Peruvians
Bear's lair
Over it all
Slip up
Commuting option
Poker payment
Down on the scoreboard
Depot: Abbr.
One ___ many
Old-fashioned alternative to Venmo or Zelle
Powerful adhesive
Major artery
Ten pins in two bowls
Adequate space to move around ... as found in this puzzle's circled letters?
Common mixer
Elitist sort
BBs, e.g.
Creep (up on)
Cry from the curb
In accordance with
Crux of the matter
Reach 212° F, as water
Sale rack abbr.
Spruce up
Historic Mideast city where Samson died
Maker of Brownie Brick Road ice cream
"___ at the Bat"
Host of Netflix's "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction"
Shivering fit
Moral transgressions
Oral equivalent of a nudge
Sport with a coxswain
Moves like a baby
Baking meas.
Item that might be hidden under a front door mat
Spanish friend
Promise to do after being elected
Fancy scarf
Reprimand, with "down"
Yang's counterpart
Errand runners
Like neon and argon
Food fight locale
Small musical group
Interlocking puzzle
Collection of online musings
Fitting abbr. hidden in "second nature"
Bygone fridge
Vacuum brand
Dance done to "Hava Nagila"
Concordes, e.g., in brief
Well informed about
Window part
In the unfortunate event that
Bone in the arm
Win easily
Weighty work
Love of Caesar
Kimono sash