Sends on

The clue "Sends on" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on September 15 2021.

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New York Times Clues September 15, 2021

___ Modern (London gallery)
Put down in writing?
Word with rest or play
Garten of eatin'
"You got me there"
Socket replacement?
Ticks off
Kind of tank
Puppy's bite
Amazon tree hugger
Card game cry
Canine covering?
Four-footed friends
Exclamation of shock, spelled in a modern way
Crossed (out)
According to
Batter's additions?
Gabbana's partner in fashion
Burger topping
Feudal plot
Save it for a rainy day
Old rug in a courtroom?
Cedar relative
The "E" in B.C.E.
"I do," for one
Roughly speaking?
Basketball feint ... or a hint to 17-, 24-, 36- and 46-Across?
Make it through a difficult period
"De ___" ("You're welcome": Fr.)
Alliterative "Doctor" of children's literature
Cent : euro :: ___ : krona
They can be even, paradoxically
Prepares to score on a sac fly
Garfield's romantic interest, in the comics
"Short and stout" singer of nursery rhyme
Steinbeck's "___ of Eden"
Like a mathematical function that changes at different intervals
When doubled, a 2010s dance fad
Amazon's business, informally
Like some offensive humor
Harbor hauler
Old refrigerators
Hammer ___ (certain summer Olympian)
Collaborative principle in improv comedy
"Toy Story" antagonist
Casual refusal
One end of the Iditarod
Easy-to-read newspaper
Preacher's cry
Like fish and rock walls
Inc. cousin
"Big deal"
57-Down competitor
Sends on
Once more
"Let's Make a Deal" choice
Not many
Shaking in one's boots
Turn inside out
Competition where you might pull a calf?
Jupiter or Mars
Prefix with futurism
Indie pop's Tegan and Sara, e.g.
"I May Destroy You" network
Musician's asset