New York Times Crossword February 17 2017 Answers

By | February 17, 2017

New York Times Crossword February 17 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, february 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 2/17/17 answers :
[!!!!] : SHOCK
110% effort : ONESALL
Abbr. before Friday : SGT
Another name for Pluto : HADES
Artsy L.A. district : NOHO
Base order : TENHUT
Big name in escalators : OTIS
Button-___ (hit everything at once, in gamer lingo) : MASH
Castigate : RIP
Certain Internet hoax : CHAINEMAIL
Colosseum crowd? : TRE
Come up with : COIN
Corduroy rib : WALE
Curries, samosas, etc. : INDIANFOOD
Diamonds, e.g. : SUIT
Draw money? : ANTE
Dropped, as poll numbers : SLID
Fiddlesticks! : PISH
First Chinese-American cabinet member : ELAINECHAO
First name in country : REBA
Flat tube? : LCDTV
Grace ___, servant in “Jane Eyre” : POOLE
Hacker’s tool : AXE
Highlighter color : NEONYELLOW
Hippie-influenced fashion trend : BOHOCHIC
Improvised jazz strain : HOTLICK
Its ribs stick out : RACKOFLAMB
Jazzman Baker : CHET
Jurassic Park co-star Sam : NEILL
Kind of column : SPINAL
Latin 101 word : AMO
Like the function ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d : CUBIC
Luxury hotel in London’s Piccadilly district, with “the” : RITZ
Mar. figure : STPAT
Mythical piper : FAUN
News of flight delays, say : TEXTALERTS
Not to, say : FRO
Occasional “S.N.L.” host, to “S.N.L.” : ALUM
Omen : BODE
Owner of the horse Sleipnir : ODIN
Part of a gig : MEG
Rapidly down : INHALE
Record of the year? : ALMANAC
Reid of “Sharknado” : TARA
Seeing through : ONTO
Showing signs of age : CREAKY
Smartphone heading : CONTACTS
Some back-and-forth : CHAT
Sources of ricotta cheese : EWES
Staple of Thai cuisine : STICKYRICE
Suffix with magne- : TRON
Surrender : WAIVE
Take a hit : TOKE
Teddy material : SATIN
The Romans obtained a purple one from snails : DYE
They’re often drawn at night : SHADES
Thwarts : FOILS
Tuna type : AHI
Turns on : ENABLES
Unwavering look : STEELYGAZE
Used too much : TRITE
Vixen’s offspring : KIT
Vocalist for the Black Eyed Peas : FERGIE
Voluptuous : SHAPELY
Washington Post competitor: Abbr. : NYT
Where to stick a stick : BUTTERDISH
Who wrote “Wise men learn more from fools than fools from the wise” : CATO
Word after who, what or where : ELSE
Word sometimes elided to its middle letter : AND