New York Times Crossword February 17 2018 Answers

By | February 17, 2018

New York Times Crossword February 17 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, February 17, 2018 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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if you’re stuck and having difficulties to solve NY Times Crossword saturday 17 February 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/17/18 answers :
“Breaking Bad” protagonist : WALT
“Golly!” : CRIPES
“Heck if I know” : GOTME
“The Cocktail Party” dramatist : ELIOT
2007 satirical best seller : IAMAMERICA
2Pac’s “Dear ___” : MAMA
A-number-one : THEBEST
Almost nothing on? : GSTRINGS
Aquarium performer : SEALION
Author who wrote ‘Show me a woman who doesn’t feel guilty and I’ll show you a man’ : ERICAJONG
Axe product : BODYSPRAY
Big difference : CHASM
Bingeing : ONAJAG
Book in which the Israelites are rebuked for idolatry : MICAH
Brand with the slogan ‘Fill your glass’ : SAMADAMS
Carny’s target : RUBE
Celery sticks topped with peanut butter and raisins : ANTSONALOG
Chose at the ballot box : XDIN
Come right up to : ACCOST
Common board requirement, in brief : MBADEGREE
Components of many free apps : ADS
Constantly updating GPS figs : ETAS
Crack, in a way : DECODE
E.T.S. offerings : GRES
Ends : DEATHS
Fifth-brightest star in the night sky : VEGA
Fixed cord for a paratrooper : STATICLINE
Goes on and on : RANTS
Gone : PAST
Grant consideration : NEED
It’s generally up and running within a few hours : FOAL
Item checked at an airport : IDTAG
Jung ___, author of the 1991 best seller ‘Wild Swans’ : CHANG
Lead-in to sat : COM
Like a happening party, in slang : LIT
Like some very important signs : VITAL
Manifestation of sulkiness : MOUE
Middle of summer? : EMS
Misses overseas : SENORITAS
Model company? : AUTOMAKER
North Carolina home of Appalachian State University : BOONE
Olympic Australis, for one : OPAL
One source of the umami taste : MSG
One who always has time to spend? : SHOPAHOLIC
Part of a pod : ORCA
Personal bearing : PRESENCE
Plant also known as ladies’ fingers : OKRA
Professional feeders : FARMTEAMS
Public perception : OPTICS
Quick move? : RELO
Reflective stretch : QUIETTIME
Result of prolonged screen time, maybe : EYESTRAIN
Roughly 37% of U.S. immigrants : ASIANS
Sport with stunt riding, informally : BMX
Suffix with Jumbo : TRON
Summer outdoor events, informally : BBQS
Three-lobed design : TREFOIL
Threw some back : HADAFEW
Title figure in a Gilbert and Sullivan opera : YEOMAN
Tops in athletics : POLOS
Trio in a children’s rhyme : MICE
Vamooses : SCATS
What makes a possum play possum : DANGER
Widely followed court battles : NBAGAMES
Winner of nine Grand Slam tournaments in the 1990s : SELES
Word with fan or form : LETTER
Worn-out : TRITE
You might experiment with this on : LABCOAT