Wedding words crossword clue

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Universal Clues September 16, 2017

"101" class, briefly
A in physics?
Acidic liquid used in cooking
After-dinner freebies
American lilies
Anchor hoister-upper
Beetle amulet of old Egypt
Brno's area
Certain criminal
Certain laundry room container
Certain water lily
Cruz or Danson
Cut off
Delivered a sales pitch
Eclipse or black cat, to some
Election VIP
Female Bobbsey twin
From scratch
"___ hear this!"
Heart chambers
In a very spooky manner
Indian bills
Insect stage
Italian soups
It's seen in anger?
Japanese carp
Japanese waist sash
Joins, as oxen
Kenya neighbor
Lacking color
Light-colored dry sherry
Like an active quarterback, at times
Like really good leather
Long time
Male offspring
More crumbly and dry
More desperately in need of rainfall
___ noire (fear causer)
Nominators, essentially
Not high
Not in one's right mind
Not just decorative
Not just tubby
One of two in a score
Parts of eyes
___ Peak, Colorado
Peppy musical piano piece
Person presenting a key to the city
Person receiving counseling
Poetic form
Regard with deep devotion
Revamp or revise
Roll out, as a flag
Search with a divining rod
Sierra ___ (Freetown locale)
Slowly crumble away
Some tusked creatures
Sorrowful lament
Spread sunshine
Springfield-to-St. Louis dir.
Summery fabrics
Thataway relative
The 100,000 in a newton
"The Wizard of Oz" city
Third canonical hour
Toweled off
"Ultimate" degree
Underlying cause
Venue for deep discussion
Was willing to
Wedding words
Worst possible party turnout
"You got that right!"