New York Times Crossword February 2 2018 Answers

By | February 2, 2018

New York Times Crossword February 2 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, February 2, 2018 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 2/2/18 answers :
‘No more for me, thank you’ : IMSET
6 ft., maybe : HGT
Author much used by other authors : PETERROGET
Biased investigation : WITCHHUNT
Bing Crosby’s record label : DECCA
Boomer baby : XER
Breathing aid : GILL
Brown family member : EARTHTONE
Charlatan : FAKER
Charlotte ___, capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands : AMALIE
Commissioner inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2017 : BUDSELIG
Complete embarrassment : JOKE
Disney collectible : CEL
Followed : HEEDED
Foreshadowed : BODED
Get ___ of reality : ADOSE
Hospital sign : EMERGENCY
Iraq War danger, for short : IED
KOA customer : RVER
Last of the Mohicans : UNCAS
Laura of ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ : DERN
Like the 1930s Soviet Union : STALINIST
Long-running pop culture show : ENEWS
Member of the C.S.A : NCAR
Mid-19th-century czar : NICHOLASI
Monopolize : HOG
Montana motto word : PLATA
Narrow openings : CRANNIES
Part of a 17-Across : TYRE
Parting words : TATAS
Pharmacy brand : BAYER
Pointing of fingers : BLAMEGAME
Police commissioner Gordon’s turf : GOTHAM
Policy details, metaphorically : WEEDS
Portmanteau for lovers : SEXCAPADE
Positions : STANCES
Prefix with fluoride : TETRA
Right hands : AIDES
Robert who played filmdom’s Mr. Chips : DONAT
Sellers at a craft show : ARTISANS
Show allegiance : ADHERE
Showing shock : AGASP
Silk center of India : ASSAM
Sister of Apollo : ARTEMIS
Smarts : HURTS
Some baseball stats : ERAS
Some marbles : CATSEYES
Sources of jam, jelly and juice : GUAVAS
Spoiler of a perfect report card : ONEB
Stale : DATED
Subject for Raoul Dufy and Henri Matisse : SEINE
Symbol of strength : STEEL
Taunts : JIVES
Total : RUNTO
Trampled : TREADEDON
Twice, musically : BIS
Uncovers, with ‘out’ : FERRETS
Union-busting, say : ANTILABOR
Unseal, in poetry : OPE
Upscale kennels : DOGSPAS
Vacillate : SEESAW
Well-known speaker : BOSE
What the British call a station wagon : ESTATECAR
Word after who, what or anything : ELSE
Word on all U.S. coins : GOD
Yosemite attraction : ELCAPITAN