intrusive P GOOD ONES: "White Fang," for example?
WILD PROSE ["wild rose" is the phrase to which P is added --- "WILD" refers to Call of the Wild
, the companion to White Fang
] One that keeps bumping into senators?
AWKWARD PAGE [awkward age] Trick or treat, e.g. (twice)
VERB and NOUN Nice setting
MER [may need the definite article in French] Shore thing
DUNE [not "sure thing"] W, for one
DIRECTION [I thought a Bush reference] Champagne toast?
SALUT Indicator of possession
DEED [not punctuation, as I thought] One full of hot air
DRYER [not your English professor] BTW:
DH, usually ALER
[no such word is used anywhere but in Xwords] Indicator of possession in the bathroom
HERE [crappy clue: the single word is seldom if ever used in this case but is used in a million others] Is more than a bystander
AIDS [awkward: AIDS is a verb; the clue calls for a person --- the nominative. "Aider" would fit the clue.]
She, in Lisbon ELA
[but not in the English-speaking world]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun