The clue "Zap" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on July 31 2019.

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"Zap" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
LA Times June 20 2021 TASE
New York Times April 7 2021 NUKE
LA Times October 25 2020 LASE
Crossword Champ Premium August 5 2020 LASE
New York Times May 30 2020 TASE
LA Times March 29 2020 TASE
Crossword Champ Premium November 26 2019 IRRADIATE
New York Times November 3 2019 NUKE
LA Times August 9 2019 TASE
Wall Street Journal July 31 2019 TASE

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Wall Street Journal Clues July 31, 2019

Some are insured by the FDIC
Musical exercise
Hoppy happy hour order
1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby
Pro with programs
How horse whisperers might calm their subjects?
Unable to decide
Retired flyer
Better business?
How bygone British lords might show their approval?
Napping, perhaps
"Right on!"
Two-time U.S. Open champion
Square of 31-Across
Sign between fish and bull
How UPS workers might announce their arrival?
Skid row woe
General in gray
Speckled steeds
Dire fate
Tree trauma
How schoolteachers might quiet a classroom?
Bath scrubber
Potential embryos
In-crowd outcast
Fair-sized musical group
How radio operators might indicate they're done talking?
Pool problem
"The Canterbury Tales" setting
Orchestra section
Head for a pub?
Prime Classics brand
Libidinous look
Scroll holder
Hail fellow?
Good at guile
Sofia Coppola, to Nicolas Cage
Allow in
British pop singer Lewis
First name in swashbucklers
Light yellow brown
Seat material
Not mint
Dismissive call
Much of Austria
Poetic homage
Bring up
Florence divider
Game with a sequel called Riven
Spill over
Teamster's rig
___-Z (sporty Camaro)
Be a naysayer
Crush, say
Holds forth
Bring back
Taking a trip, in a way
Nerve responsible for the "funny bone" sensation
"A Confederacy of Dunces" author
Salad bar sight
Sarge's superior
Doing bad
National Automobile Museum setting
Titular member of SPECTRE
Old taper
Chicago movers