CE added to phrases yielding other phrases GOOD ONES: Op-ed page apology?
HUMBLE-PIECE Flinch at the drop of a hat?
-EASILY Cruise destination for impulsive sorts?
[Capri is known for its beauty and for the "impulsive sorts" who inhabit it] Kid stuff?
SUEDE Private quarters
? BARRACKS Picture of health?
X-RAY One way alternative?
OTHER ["one way or the other"] Dangerous partner?
ARMED ["armed and dangerous"] Radio-active type?
CBER [note hyphen] Lightweight boxer?
PUPPY [I've learned always to think "dog" when the clue is boxer
] BTW: French shooting match
TIR [I'd like to "shoot" the first editor who allowed this Xword-only term; it's really a bit of a cheat]
"Song of the South" villain BRER-FOX [sadly this very entertaining Disney feature is no longer widely shown for the stereotyping --- my granddaughters have never seen it --- but the generation that fought for civil rights did]
Too bad "Force Field"
is so cryptic a title. I must be missing something … nah, not possible.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun