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|Crossword Clue||Absolutely lose it … or a hint to 6- 18- 21- and 24-Down|
|Crossword Clue Explanation||BLOWYOURTOP is a phrase that means to lose one’s temper or become extremely angry. The clue suggests that the answers to 6-18-21-24 Down all contain synonyms for “blow” and “top.” For example, 6-Down is EXPLODE, which can mean to blow up or burst, and 18-Down is HEAD, which can refer to the top of the body. 21-Down is PRESSURE, which can build up and cause something to burst or blow, and 24-Down is GASKET, which can be found at the top of an engine and can blow out if there is too much pressure.|
|Clue Category||Language and Wordplay|
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