New York Times Crossword February 23 2018 Answers

By | February 23, 2018

New York Times Crossword February 23 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, February 23, 2018 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 2/23/18 answers :
___ Baron Cohen, player of Borat : SACHA
Aladdin’s simian sidekick : ABU
Au contraire … : BUTNO
Auto parts giant : NAPA
Baker’s shortcut : CAKEMIX
Banished : INEXILE
Bravado : SWAGGER
Capital of Newfoundland and Labrador : STJOHNS
Certain Bedouin : OMANI
Colorful display in a weather report : HEATMAP
Comprehension : KEN
Copycat’s comment : SODOI
Co-star of “The Office” who played Ryan Howard : BJNOVAK
Cream in a cobalt blue jar : NOXZEMA
Creamy Italian dish : RISOTTO
Dated : OLD
Defeats by a hair : NIPS
Delta of Venus author : NIN
Dumps : STIES
Four-letter fruit pronounced in three syllables : ACAI
Ghostwriters lack them : BYLINES
Had it in mind : MEANTTO
In a classic form of diamond : ROSECUT
Like many screenplays : ADAPTED
Like Rodin’s “The Thinker” : NUDE
Lip ___ : BALM
Looks : SEEMS
Lord Tennyson’s “The Eagle,” e.g. : ODE
Many a corny pun : DADJOKE
Matchmaking services? : DNALABS
Miss : GIRL
Mob law? : RICOACT
Modern screen test : CAPTCHA
No ___ can live forever: Martin Luther King Jr. : LIE
Once again … : ASISAID
One referred to as “the crown” : MONARCH
Party person, for short : POL
Phoenician goddess of fertility : ASTARTE
Places in the field : DEPLOYS
Published : OUT
Radiates : EMITS
Reduce one’s carbon footprint : GOGREEN
Rendering useless : VOIDING
Ring letters : WBA
Sacrilege : IMPIETY
Savor the praise : EATITUP
Scrape : RASP
Shaker’s cry? : BRR
Shepherd’s pie ingredients : PEAS
Slumped : DROOPED
Smidgen : DAB, BIT
Snack company that’s a subsidiary of Kellogg’s : KEEBLER
Speed of sound : MACHONE
Stage holdup? : CUECARD
Street hustler’s game : MONTE
Targets : MARKS
Technophobe : LUDDITE
The Call of ___ (short story by H. P. Lovecraft) : CTHULHU
The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations: Orson Welles : ART
The point of church above all? : STEEPLE
They may be fluid: Abbr. : OZS
Tic-tac-toe plays : XSANDOS
Title woman of a Beatles song : SADIE
Top part of a face : XII
Trailblazed : LED
Unit of energy : JOULE
Vehicle used by the police to catch thieves : BAITCAR
Venture a view : OPINE
Victor’s gloating cry : YOULOSE
You all agree with me, yes?, in one word : AMIRITE