New York Times Crossword February 26 2018 Answers

By | February 26, 2018

New York Times Crossword February 26 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, February 26, 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 monday 26 February 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/26/18 answers :
‘Fee-fi-fo-fum’ sayer : GIANT
‘Well, shucks!’ : OHGEE
‘What is life?,’ ‘Why are we here?,’ etc : DEEPTHOUGHTS
‘Wheel of Fortune’ purchases : AEIOU
+ : PLUS
AOL alternative : MSN
Author Vonnegut : KURT
Avenging spirits of Greek myth : FURIES
Baseball’s Gehrig : LOU
Bathroom unit : STALL
Be of ___ (avail) : USETO
Be sick : AIL
Bonnie who sang ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’ : RAITT
Breakfasted or lunched : ATE
Bricklayer, e.g : MASON
Brings to half-mast : LOWERS
Burns slowly : SMOLDERS
Circular : ROUND
Circus whip-cracker : TAMER
Conversation : DIALOG
Dilutes : WATERSDOWN
Discontinued Swedish cars : SAABS
Drip-dry fabric : ORLON
Ejects : OUSTS
Enjoyed frequently as a child : GREWUPON
Fannie ___ (mortgage company) : MAE
First ___ (Shakespeare volume) : FOLIO
Fresh from the laundry : CLEAN
Full of the latest : NEWSY
Gloomy : DOUR
Glossy finish : SHEEN
Go ‘1, 2, 3, 4 …’ : COUNT
Horror director Craven : WES
Injury, in totspeak : OWIE
Katherine of ’27 Dresses’ : HEIGL
Laceless shoe fastener : VELCRO
Like a poker player who’s either very confident or really bluffing : ALLIN
Like-minded voting group : BLOC
Listens to : HEARS
Mercury or Mars : PLANET
Michael Jackson’s ‘Don’t Stop ___ You Get Enough’ : TIL
Midlength records, for short : EPS
Not dead yet! : STILLKICKING
Objectives : AIMS
Open the door for : LETIN
Personal heroes : IDOLS
Pianist/radio host John : TESH
Pick up dry cleaning, go to the post office, etc : RUNERRANDS
Pocketbook part : STRAP
Preferred seat request in an airplane : AISLE
Send on a detour, say : REROUTE
Settlers of tied games, for short : OTS
Sí : Spain :: ___ : France : OUI
Simulated smooch : AIRKISS
Slalom curves : ESSES
Slight advantage : LEGUP
Snakelike fish : EEL
Snapshot : PHOTO
Soph. and jr : YRS
Sound from a pound : ARF
Stockpile : AMASS
Substituted (for) : STOODIN
Swim’s alternative : SINK
Tip jar bill : ONE
Trick : RUSE
Warm winter wear : COAT
What the first, second and fifth lines in a limerick do : RHYME
Where ships dock : WHARF
Wise old saying … like the first words of 20-, 32-, 41- and 52-Across : SAW
With enthusiasm : KEENLY
With possibly even direr consequences : ORWORSE
___ ex machina : DEUS
___ the Terrible : IVAN
___ v. Wade : ROE
___ Vanilli, group with three #1 hits in 1989 : MILLI
___ Zedong : MAO