Short-legged hound

The clue "Short-legged hound" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on December 13 2020.

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New York Times Clues December 13, 2020

Advice columnist Savage
Out of tune ... or bubbles
Saturn or Mercury, once
___ fever
Prayer leader
Opening opening?
Yeats or Keats
Pliocene, e.g.
Something to build on
Ancient Aegean land
The fly in fly-fishing, e.g.
Indy film? (1981)
Render unnecessary
Female deer
Classic sci-fi anthology whose first story is titled "Robbie"
Sound from a flock
Road movie? (1950)
Some M.I.T. grads: Abbr.
React to a stubbed toe, maybe
Confident juggler's props
Film director's cry
Blood work locales
Sound of relief
Cannoli ingredient
PG movie? (1992)
Anthem opening
A little bit of work
Brush off
Draw out
One whose range goes from about F3 to F5, musically
Hilarious folks
World capital with the Gangnam district
Hummingbird feeder filler
N.Y. engineering sch.
Actress de Matteo of "Sons of Anarchy"
Family film? (1972)
Barely contain anger
___ glance
Thor : Thursday :: ___ : Wednesday
Suffix with hero
Oration station
Cleverly self-referential
Social stratum
Common 99¢ purchase
Dock-udrama? (1954)
Spendthrift's opposite
___ Palace, Indian tourist attraction
Perfectly timed
Pilot, e.g.
Short film? (1989)
Where Minos ruled
Safe, on board
Violet variety
Wait in neutral
Jack rabbits, but not rabbits
Saturnus or Mercurius
Part of a sewing kit
Nair rival, once
Not so moving?
Nile reptile
Its name is derived from the Greek for "I burn"
OB/GYNs, e.g.
Wear off?
Toy (with), as an idea
Least strict
___ mundi
Popular ABC programming block of the '90s
Fine spray
66 and others: Abbr.
One of the Borgias
Rubber-stamp, say
Kids use it for texts
"Vous êtes ___" (French map notation)
Grp. with the Vezina Trophy
Pastels and charcoal, for two
Swear words?
More than enough
Enjoy some dishes without doing dishes, perhaps
___ Tuesday (Aimee Mann's band)
Dot follower
Some ESPN highlights, for short
Something often underlined and blue
Half-moon tide
___ the crack of dawn
Trickster of Shoshone mythology
Short-legged hound
Fuel additive brand
17, for an R-rated movie
Director Ashby
Dappled horse
Hidden downside
Man's name that's another man's name backward
In poor condition, as old machinery
___ about (approximately)
Undesirable plane seat
Often-animated greeting
Yes or no follower
Eye drop
New Deal program, in brief
Co. with brown trucks
Palindromic title
See 118-Down
Lady of Spain
Anti-mob law, for short
Baby shower gift
Photographer Goldin
___ Pérignon
___ given Sunday
"My package arrived!"
Alcoholic drink consumed in one gulp
French stars
Utah national park
Bit of ranch dressing?
Got around
Street vendor
Radio buttons
First name of a literary "Papa"
Cat's pajamas?
Extends a tour
Invite to enter
Parts of kingdoms
When repeated, a "Seinfeld" expression
Masseur's target
With 78-Down, Greek letters that together sound like a world capital