Scrape (by)

The clue "Scrape (by)" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on April 20 2020.

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E K E

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Wall Street Journal Clues April 20, 2020

Bro or 26-Across, informally
___ Romeo (Italian automaker)
Ginger’s dancing partner
Umpire’s starting call
LeBron James, since 2018
It may be alarmed
Frozen treat
Philosopher Immanuel
Fashionable Lauren
As yet undecided, on a sched.
Reduced amount
Bitter conflict
Each O of “XOXO”
See 1-Across
Pen for pigs
Earth’s orbit around the sun, for example
Perfect place
“Who am ___ judge?”
Ones giving pointers about pointers
#1 hit, or a hint to 3-, 8-, 11- and 24-Down
Acetic or ascorbic, e.g.
Mass of chewing gum
Philosopher/mathematician Blaise
Auto frame
Ref. work with over 45,000 obsolete words
Govt. pollution watchdog
___ for tat
Go to
Energetic for one’s age
Half of bi-
Bumbling
Censor of ancient Rome
Dog that may be ornamentally clipped
Island off the coast of Long Beach, California
Superior sorts
Like most sandals
Puts into words
Reason for a phone notification
Contract to protect secrets: Abbr.
Sunblock letters
“This is great!”
Lawyers join them
Drive a getaway car, e.g.
Overly permissive
Winking, maybe
Church fixture
Changed platforms, perhaps
Brosnahan of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”
Scrape (by)
Ability inhibited by closing one eye
Urges
Strong and healthy
Newspaper makeup
Deliberately mislead
Baton Rouge sch.
Ace up a lawyer’s sleeve, maybe
“Chandelier” singer
Composer Charles
Degs. for many profs
“___ be my pleasure”
Flavor
Helicopter landing site
Misbehave
Some preppy pants
Like some chefs and driveways
Set down
Pass easily
Like older audiobooks
Part of Walt Disney World
Shaker sprinkle
Is unable to
Too late for the hosp.
Cowboy nickname
Nabokov novel