New York Times Crossword December 3 2017 Answers

By | December 3, 2017

New York Times Crossword December 3 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, December 3, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 12/3/17 answers :
‘Bug’ : GERM
‘Et tu?’ and others : ACCUSALS
‘Let’s do this thing!’ : ITSON
‘Pretty cool, huh?’ : AMAZINGISNTIT
‘Rights of Man’ author, 1791 : PAINE
2.5, for the set {1, 2, 3, 4} : MEAN
A part of : INON
A peeling place? : SPA
Accomplishing : DOING
Ages and ages : EON
All right : AOK
All together : ENBLOC
Amt. of seasoning : TSP
Band with the 1989 platinum debut album ‘Junta’ : PHISH
Bear’s advice : SELL
Bearlike creature in sci-fi : EWOK
Bobcat relative : OCELOT
Browns : SAUTES
Bubbly mixer : TONIC
Cain and Abel’s younger brother : SETH
Capital 175 miles east of Venice, Italy : ZAGREBCROATIA
Cartoon seller of Duff Beer : MOE
Cartoon seller of Squishees : APU
Chilled : ONICE
City west of Binghamton : ELMIRA
Classic sculpture : BUST
Classical poem : EPODE
Cook in oil : FRY
Country united in 1990 : YEMEN
Darryl, in the comic ‘Baby Blues’ : DAD
Deceitful sort : SNAKE
Degree of freedom : LEEWAY
Dernier ___ : CRI
Desert, in a way : GOAWOL
Develop a limp : GOLAME
Do sales work, informally : REP
Early Cuzco dweller : INCA
Edict : UKASE
Egghead? : SHORTE
Elected : CHOSEN
Email openers : HIS
End in ___ : ATIE
England and Spain fought one in 1588 : SEAWAR
Fair : EXPO
Fantasy novel hero who rides the dragon Saphira : ERAGON
Fashion inits : YSL
Follows a pattern? : SEWS
Former N.F.L.’ers Detmer and Law : TYS
Four-hit achievement, in baseball lingo : CYCLE
Four-time World Series-winning manager : TORRE
Fund-raising org : PTA
Give a ring while on the road? : ELOPE
Greyhound offering : BUSTRIP
Group of pros : CRACKTEAM
Group with two top 10 rock operas : THEWHO
Grp. with lots of pointers : AKC
Guru, maybe : SIKH
Harassed, in a sense : HAZED
Hardly guzzle : SIP
Hawaii’s ___ Day : LEI
Hosp. worker : LPN
Houston-to-Dallas dir : NNW
How many TV shows are shown : INHD
Hybrid music genre of the 2010s : EMORAP
Immune system component : TCELL
In the near future : SOONISH
Inside dope source : TIPSTER
It’s cut and dried : HAY
Jackson 5 member : TITO
Johannesburg neighborhood much in the news during apartheid : SOWETO
Joyful internet cry : WOOT
Juice : POWER
Lacking polish : UNCOUTH
Lightens : EASES
Like hand motions during a shell game : SWIFT
Like hounds and most bunny rabbits : FLOPRED
Like the verbs ‘eat’ and ‘drink’: Abbr : IRR
Loch on the border of the Highlands : LOMOND
Looks fabulous, in slang : SLAYS
Lotion ingredients : ALOES
Lottery winner’s cry : IMRICH
Low : MOO
Marc of fashion : ECKO
Material for small buildings? : LINCOLNLOGS
Mil. posts : FTS
Milo of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ 1968 : OSHEA
Minecraft or StarCraft : PCGAME
Month of l’annee : MAI
Most visibly frightened : ASHIEST
Much-covered 1955 Bo Diddley hit : IMAMAN
Murmur : COO
Novel narrated by a soon-to-be mutineer : OMOO
Oil crisis? : ACNE
One caring for a bebe : MADRE
One way to run : AMOK
Only three-letter scale note : SOL
Philip who wrote ‘Portnoy’s Complaint’ : ROTH
Philosophy class suffix : ISM
Pincher : KLEPTO
Places for plugs : DRAINS
Plastic dispenser producer : PEZ
Poke around : SNOOP
Popeye’s boy : SWEEP
Port. is part of it : EUR
Prefix with business : AGRI
Prefix with caching : GEO
Proctor’s warning : SHH
Professional group with a van : NEWSCREW
Pulitzer-winning novelist Jennifer : EGAN
Push : TOUT
Pyrex glass marking : PINTMEASURE
Record again : RETAPE
Runs to : COSTS
Say quickly : SPITOUT
See 83-Across : TEA
Series of mistakes? : GAGREEL
Shapes of some Halloween cookies : GHOSTS
Singer Reed : LOU
Smirnoff Ice, e.g : ALCOPOP
Soft drink options : COKES
Something to build on : LOT
Students often take them out : LOANS
Style influenced by Cubism : ARTDECO
Suburb of Chicago : OAKLAWN
Superfund org : EPA
System used at Gallaudet Univ : ASL
The ‘K’ in Kmart : KRESGE
The clue for 127-Across, if this shell game weren’t a scam : ATTACKWITHAPAW
The clue for 128-Down, if this shell game weren’t a scam : ARCTICEXPLORER
The U.S., in Mexico : ELNORTE
They have long necks and round bodies : LUTES
They’re symbolized by slashes : SPARES
Tizzy : SNIT
Total jerks : ASSES
Typical Vanidades reader : LATINA
Underground locale : LONDON
Vacation spot : RESORT
Verb often said three times in a row : NAG
Verbal stumbles : ERS
Walks or runs, for short : STAT
Warm up for a bout, say : SPAR
Westernmost of the ABC Islands : ARUBA
When some bars close : TWOAM
With 13-Down, herbal brew : CHAMOMILE
With politesse : NICELY
Word before questions or advice : ANY
Work together : COACT
Worn-down pencil : NUB