Fights (for)

The clue "Fights (for)" was last spotted by us at the LA Times Crossword on December 4 2018.

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LA Times March 18 2020 VIES
LA Times December 4 2018 VIES

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LA Times Clues December 04, 2018

Fights (for)
"Whip It" rock band
__-slapper: funny joke
On the road
Biblical paradise
Dr. Hahn on "Grey's Anatomy"
Hesitation from Sylvester?
Center of activity
Fireplace receptacle
Accomplishment by Porky?
Former Fox TV series set in Newport Beach
Curly cabbage
Minor flap
Ringing organ, at times
Detergent brand
'60s hallucinogen
Pierre's negative
Near-failing mark
Reach its destination, as a trip
Slim candle
Affirmative from Tony?
Royal crown
Slim fish
Tech sch. near Albany, N.Y.
Win, place or show
Seasonal shelf sitter
__ moment's notice
Curved shape
"Frozen" sister
Charged particles
One of Crayola's hundreds
Story from Remy?
Greek goddess of wisdom
"Don't Cry for Me Argentina" musical
Water source for Simba?
Fairy tale heavy
Out of the wind
"Frozen" reindeer
"That was close!"
Scottish monster's loch
Obey an eviction notice
"He scammed me!"
Neon diner sign
Food service giant
College faculty head
End of a professor's URL
Italian scooter
Playwright Eugene
Emmy winner Steve of "60 Minutes"
"Good shot!"
Quito's country
Crayola Factory's Pennsylvania home
Trains over the street
Running rate
Unified whole, in psychology
Film title "Citizen"
Trappings of royalty
One of a calendar septet
Incoming flight info
"The Chronic" rapper, familiarly
Red and Yellow
Israeli port on the Mediterranean
"The hour has arrived"
Brewpub draft
Unexpected turns of events
Special Forces headgear
Abide by
Plays a part
Construction site sights
"The Lord of the Rings" actor Sean
Horse's mouthful?
"Not again!"
From the top
Portland's st.