New York Times Crossword December 5 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword December 5 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on tuesday, December 5, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
if you’re stuck and having difficulties to solve NY Times Crossword tuesday 5 December 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 12/5/17 answers :
“Hold on, give me a second” : IMNOTREADY
“Lovely ___” (Beatles song) : RITA
“Right you ___!” : ARE
“The creation of beauty,” per Ralph Waldo Emerson : ART
“Yuck!” : UGH
___ Goose (vodka brand) : GREY
___ pickle : DILL
2017, por ejemplo : ANO
5 or 6, for a kindergartner, typically : AGE
Appropriate rhyme for “spa” : AHH
Bare minimum : LEAST
Batter, e.g. : ASSAIL
Beat reporter? : ALLENGINSBERG
Blab : YAK
Bury : INTER
Cancel, as a rocket launch : ABORT
Capital of Samoa : APIA
Cartoon “Ouch!” : YEOW
Cemetery purchase : PLOT
Cheeky : PERT
City said to have big shoulders : CHICAGO
Cognizant : AWARE
Congress’s Freedom Caucus, e.g. : BLOC
Consecrate : ANOINT
Dame of mystery : AGATHA
Executive producer? : WHARTON
For : PRO
Future predictor : SEER
Giant in health plans : CIGNA
Golf shot near a green : CHIP
Hard-to-believe stories : YARNS
High toss : LOB
Honey brand since 1921 : SUEBEE
Hot ones can cause trouble : MICS
In great shape : HALE
Instrument with cane blades : OBOE
It stains : DYE
Kindergarten learning : ABCS
Know-___ : HOW
Long-eared hopper : HARE
Loretta who was the subject of “Coal Miner’s Daughter” : LYNN
Maiden name intro : NEE
Many a pledge drive gift : TOTE
Melville monomaniac : AHAB
Nightclub in a Manilow song : COPA
Noshed : ATE
Olympics no-no : STEROID
One in a cast : ACTOR
One not reporting for duty, maybe : AWOL
One of the Gershwins : IRA
Place with hot rocks : SAUNA
Quaint gestures of gratitude : HATTIPS
Resource in the Mesabi Range : IRON
Resting place : BED
Roget’s entry: Abbr. : SYN
Sacred Egyptian bug : SCARAB
Secretive org. : CIA
Sign akin to “Bridge Out” : ROADCLOSED
Sister brand of Baby Ruth : OHHENRY
Smartphone downloads : APPS
Snack you might bite or lick : OREO
Sound technician? : MARINEBIOLOGIST
Southern drawl, e.g. : ACCENT
Space ball : ORB
Span for The New Yorker : WEEK
Star of “An Inconvenient Truth” : ALGORE
Star-crossed lover of literature : ROMEO
Steals : ROBS
Successful prankster’s cry : GOTYA
Suffers from : HAS
Tells to “Do it!” : URGES
Tennis barrier : NET
They come with buds : IPODS
What dropping off a last child at college is, to many parents : SADDAY
Word document settings : TABS