If you have even a passing interest in crosswords, you may know the legendary name of Merl Reagle, whose syndicated Sunday puzzle appears in many major newspapers (the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, etc.). In the 2006 documentary Wordplay, he gave a stunning demonstration of his pencil-and-paper method of constructing crosswords, and in 2008 he showed up in an episode of The Simpsons with New York Times puzzle editor Will Shortz.
Reagle, it turns out, is an eggcorn enthusiast, and for this Sunday's puzzle he managed to squeeze
ten twelve eggcorns into the grid. Though most are included in the Eggcorn Database, a couple of them have only appeared in the forum. All are clued with Reagle's signature wit.
You can solve the puzzle online here in its Java version, or print out the PDF here.
[Update: Here are the twelve eggcorn entries with links to the database and forum. Type Ctrl-A or click and drag to see the hidden text:
16A: wet one's appetite (ECDB)
21A: parting of the waves (ECDB)
37A: hone in on (ECDB)
41A: butt naked (ECDB)
50A: sacreligious (ECDB)
59A: zeroscaping (EC Forum)
73A: bellweather (ECDB)
83A: laxadaisical (EC Forum)
92A: expatriot (ECDB)
94A: here, here (ECDB)
115A: unchartered waters (ECDB)
120A: a tough rode to hoe (ECDB) ]