New York Times Crossword February 1 2017 Answers

By | February 1, 2017

New York Times Crossword February 1 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on wednesday, february 1, 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 wednesday 1 february 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/1/17 answers :
___-rock : ALT
Ambulance letters : EMS
And another thing, on a letter : PPS
Automated floor cleaner : ROOMBA
Basic lunch sandwich, informally : PBJ
Bedtime for a vampire : SUNUP
Beer blast purchases : KEGS
Billiards cushion : RAIL
Brazilian-themed Vegas hotel : RIO
Brightest star in the Eagle constellation : ALTAIR
Buffoon : ASS
Cake coating : ICING
Campbell of “House of Cards” : NEVE
Carry-on concern : SIZE
Certain high heel : STILETTO
Cheese choice : SWISS
Clairol product : DYE
Class teaching about DNA : BIO
Clever comeback : RIPOSTE
Countrymen who met in Philadelphia in 1787 : FOUNDINGFATHERS
Dallas sch. : SMU
Dickens’s “___ Mutual Friend” : OUR
Didn’t I tell you? : SEE
Exoskeleton, e.g. : ARMOR
Follower of Hosea in the 31-Across : JOEL
Freshness : LIP
Friends who go to White Castle in a 2004 film : HAROLDANDKUMAR
Go to bed, informally : CRASH
Great Plains tribe : OTOE
Gym bag attachment : STRAP
Headwear for some rockers : BANDANAS
Hit a home run, in baseball lingo : WENTYARD
Its diameter is roughly twice that of a basketball : HOOP
It’s mostly nitrogen : AIR
Jacques who played Monsieur Hulot : TATI
Jam session highlight : SOLO
James who voiced Ultron in “Avengers: Age of Ultron” : SPADER
Janis’s partner in the comics : ARLO
Japanese P.M. Shinzo ___ : ABE
Kind of I.R.A. : ROTH
Lady of “My Fair Lady” : ELIZA
Leader of the Smurfs : PAPA
Likewise : SOAMI
Luxury brand with a crown logo : ROLEX
Main squeeze, in modern lingo : BAE
Mosque of ___ (Jerusalem shrine) : OMAR
Mug shot subjects : FELONS
Nivea rival : OLAY
No longer on one’s plate, say : EATEN
Not for self but for country sloganeer : USNAVY
Not really enforcing the rules : LAX
Noted gatekeeper : STPETER
Number of emails sent by Warren Buffett in his entire life : ONE
One who’s slow to pick things up? : SLOB
Page in a Hollywood film : ELLEN
Passionate, outgoing sort, astrologically : LEO
Places where spirits flow freely : OPENBARS
Police dispatcher’s “A” : ADAM
Prayer wheel turner : LAMA
Ri-i-i-ight … : UHHUH
Romans who protected the emperor : PRAETORIANGUARD
Rooney ___, 2016 Oscar nominee for “Carol” : MARA
Sapphic works : ODES
Scout’s route : TRAIL
See 33-Across : BIBLE
Seneca Falls orator Lucretia : MOTT
Shakespearean entreaty appropriate for 19-, 25- and 43-Across? : LENDMEYOUREARS
Vehicle in a drag race : HOTROD
Walked heavily : TROD
Western or “Spanish” dish : OMELET
What doctors recommend that sick people get a lot of : FLUIDS
When repeated, zealous : RAH
Where hogs go hog-wild? : STY
You can say that again! : AMEN