New York Times Crossword December 17 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword December 17 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, December 17, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 12/17/17 answers :
“Don’t ___ me” : TEMPT
“I had a dream, which was not all a dream” poet : BYRON
“I shall return,” e.g. : VOW
“The Dukes of Hazzard” spinoff : ENOS
“Totally awesome!” : RAD
“Yo!” : HEY
___ buco : OSSO
___ Valley : SIMI
___-frutti : TUTTI
1979 Roman Polanski film : TESS
1998 De Niro thriller : RONIN
32-ounce purchase at 7-Eleven : BIGGULP
Actor Patel of “Lion” : DEV
Actress Hatcher : TERI
Add years : AGE
All skin and bones : GAUNT
Announcement upon a grand arrival : HEREIAM
Antagonist : FOE
Attention hog’s cry : LOOKATME
Automaker sold by G.M. in 2017 : OPEL
Basics : ABCS
Best of the best : TIPTOP
Betty ___ : BOOP
Big name in 1980s-’90s TV talk : ARSENIO
Big stinks : REEKS
Bit of food … or feud? : BEEF
Brave : DEFY
Broadbrim, e.g. : HAT
Busy hosp. areas : ERS
Buttonhole, e.g. : SLIT
Came down : ALIT
Certain Lincoln Center soprano? : NEWYORKMEZZO
Certain soft drinks, informally : DEWS
Chasm : GULF
Cheesy dish : RAREBIT
China’s Chiang ___-shek : KAI
CNN commentator Navarro : ANA
Comedian who was a regular on “The Steve Allen Show” : LOUISNYE
Comment from a cook who cools the cheese sauce before serving? : IRESTMYQUESO
Comparatively strong, like some French wine? : STIFFASABORDEAUX
Court conference : SIDEBAR
Cricket rival of Harrow : ETON
Cupid’s catchphrase? : LOVEISINTHEARROW
Des Moines-to-Dubuque dir. : ENE
Determination in a prenatal exam : SEX
Dietary std. : RDA
Director of 1991’s “Mississippi Masala” : MIRANAIR
Disloyalty : PERFIDY
Doesn’t know for a fact, say : FEELS
Done, slangily : FINITO
Early Beatle : PETEBEST
Egg-shaped Hasbro toys introduced in 1971 : WEEBLES
Egyptian leader obsessed with his appearance? : VANITYPHARAOH
El ___ : PASO
Eleven: Fr. : ONZE
Entertainment with camels, maybe : ICESHOW
Fearful : TREPID
Finely decorated : GILT
First sentence of a news story : LEDE
Fleet : ARMADA
Genesis brother : SETH
George Eliot’s “___ Marner” : SILAS
Give a beating : DRUB
Go cold turkey : QUIT
Go forcefully (through) : PLOW
Goaltender Dominik in the Hockey Hall of Fame : HASEK
Grasp, informally : GROK
Grime : FILTH
Highway noise barriers : BERMS
Holiday meal : SEDER
Human, typically, diet-wise : OMNIVORE
Inc. relative : LLC
Inits. for getting around the Loop : CTA
Intimidate : COW
It decreases a QB’s rating: Abbr. : INT
It may pop on a plane : EAR
It sank after W.W. II : YEN
It’s to be expected : PAR
King who said “Nothing will come of nothing” : LEAR
Knee-highs, e.g. : SOCKS
Landon who lost in a landslide : ALF
Leveled : RAZED
Light on one’s feet : SPRY
Like Wrigley Field’s walls : IVIED
Lincoln’s place : CENT
Loft filler : HAY
Long lunch? : HERO
Lose : SHAKE
Material once set afire and put in a catapult : TAR
Mean, lowdown sorts : CURS
Mining supply : TNT
Much of Mongolia : STEPPE
Neighbor of Sudan : CHAD
Nighttime Cartoon Network programming block : ADULTSWIM
Old movie dog : ASTA
One of eight in “The 12 Days of Christmas” : MAID
One who’s in it but doesn’t win it : ALSORAN
Part : ROLE
Part of a house : GABLE
Parts of supermarkets : DELIS
Party animal : REVELER
Pastoral locale : LEA
Paul who sang “Lonely Boy” : ANKA
Peach ___ : MELBA
Powerful engine, for short : HEMI
Protagonist in David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest” : HAL
Quaint “I believe” : METHINKS
Queen in the “Star Wars” movies : AMIDALA
Sam who ran the bar on “Cheers” : MALONE
Score marking : CLEF
Secreted signal : PHEROMONE
See 55-Down : BUT
Seminal symbol of mass production : MODELT
Sentence fragments: Abbr. : WDS
Shooting craps while waiting for one’s train? : ROLLINGINTHEDEPOT
Something that’s free of charge : NEUTRON
Sources of lean meat : EMUS
Start of MGM’s motto : ARS
State capital that’s the setting of “Ironweed” : ALBANY
Submissive : MEEK
Territory : TURF
The Cougars of the West Coast Conf. : BYU
Things that people like to have ripped? : ABS
Topic at the Kinsey Institute : GSPOT
Unconcerned with right and wrong : AMORAL
Units for binge watchers : SEASONS
Vigilant : ONGUARD
Weapon seen on the Kenyan flag : SPEAR
Went by : ELAPSED
White undercoat : GESSO
Wild : FERAL
Win on “Hollywood Squares” : OOO
Wipe off the map : DESTROY
With 57-Down, very nearly : ALL
Woman’s name that means “truth” : VERA
Woodwind that’s O.K. to play? : KOSHERPICCOLO
Wrinkle-free, say : IRONED
Yes or no follower : SIREE