Think Green

Across

1Select by a vote for an office or membership (5)
4Three-leafed clovers or plants similar to clover that serve as the national emblem of Ireland (9)
9Island in northwestern Europe (7)
10Confer dignity or honor upon (7)
11Devices in which something (usually an animal) can be caught (5)
13A small V-shaped cut in the edge or on the surface of something (5)
15Social insect living in organized colonies (3)
16Lower and raise the head, as to indicate assent or agreement or confirmation (3)
17Generally incompetent and ineffectual (5)
19Used for biting and chewing (5)
21Force to leave or move out (5)
23Courage, especially that shown in war or battle (5)
24A top (as for a bottle) (3)
25Electrically charged atom or atom group (3)
26A stingy hoarder of money and possessions (often living miserably) (5)
28Exclamation expressive of applause (5)
29Mimic somebody (7)
31Apostle and patron saint of Ireland (7)
33A holiday taken by a newly married couple (9)
34Put out or expel from a place (5)

Down

1The state or fact of existing (9)
2_______ Isle, a name given to Ireland on account of the brightness of its verdure (7)
3A beverage made by steeping leaves in water (3)
4Type of car (5)
5An abbreviation for avenue (3)
6A farm where cattle, sheep, horses, or other livestock are raised on large tracts of open land (5)
7Traditional St. Patrick's Day dish: corned beef and _______ (7)
8A food rich in sugar (5)
12Flow in a circular current, of liquids (5)
14The whole amount (5)
18Leprechauns are mischievous _____ in Irish folklore (5)
19A deep pulsating type of pain (5)
20A pocket at the back of a pair of pants (3-6)
22Retirement pay (7)
24Cup used at Communion or Mass (7)
25The Celtic language of Ireland (5)
26A person of mean disposition (5)
27To make or become ripe (5)
30An inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others (3)
32One of the digits of the foot (3)


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