New York Times Crossword February 28 2017 Answers

By | February 28, 2017

New York Times Crossword February 28 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on tuesday, february 28, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 2/28/17 answers :
___ friends (not having to be on one’s guard) : AMONG
___ jacket (bit of casualwear) : JEAN
___ knew? : WHO
1960s activist Hoffman : ABBIE
A book collector might seek a first one : EDITION
Area between mountains : VALE
Available : ONHAND
Be My Yoko ___ (first single by Barenaked Ladies) : ONO
Bearlike : URSINE
Bother greatly : EATAT
Box office purchase: Abbr. : TKT
Breakfast food with a rhyming slogan : EGGO
Catch sight of : SPOT
Charms : ALLURES
Class with mats : YOGA
Cry after “Ready!” : AIM
Curds and ___ : WHEY
Didn’t run out : LASTED
Dish that’s sometimes rated in “alarms” : CHILI
Done nothing : LAIN
Feature of a late-night show set : DESK
Features of some country singers : TWANGS
Former Big Four record co. : EMI
Has : OWNS
Have dreams : ASPIRE
Hollywood ending? : DEE
Honest sorts … or what the circled squares contain? : STANDUPGUYS
Imaginary tiger friend in the comics : HOBBES
In addition : ALSO
In addition : ASWELL
In fine fettle : HALE
In order : NEAT
Infamous prison featured in the 1969 best seller “Papillon” : ILEDUDIABLE
Italy’s shape : BOOT
Lackeys : YESMEN
Lead-in to a conclusion : ERGO
Like much music : TONAL
Lungful : AIR
Morning joe : JAVA
Movie, informally : FLICK
Muffed one : ERRED
Munchkins : ELVES
Nash who wrote “Parsley / Is gharsley” : OGDEN
Nincompoop : ASS
Not on good terms (with) : INBAD
Outcome that’s overall unfavorable : NETNEGATIVE
Palindromic boy’s name : BOB
Palindromic girl’s name : NAN
People encountered by Pizarro : INCAS
Pi’s follower : RHO
Place to go for a “me day” : SPA
Plunge : DROP
Powerful Renaissance family : BORGIAS
Quaint inn, informally : BANDB
Region on the Rhine : ALSACE
Riga native : LATVIAN
River that feeds Lake Nasser : NILE
Setting for much of the movie “Lion” : INDIA
Sheepish look : GRIN
Socialist Workers Party’s ideology : RADICALLEFT
Southernmost U.S. state : HAWAII
Spanish girlfriend : AMIGA
Start of many a doctor’s visit : EXAM
Tell to “Do it!” : URGE
They’re taken out in newspapers : ADS
Things ghosts lack : BODIES
Took effect : SETIN
Topping in kosher restaurants : OLEO
Totally fine : AOK
Turner or Fey : TINA
Two-masted vessel : BRIG
Wagon part : AXLE
Weather concern in 11-Down : ELNINO
What tryptophan is said to induce : SLEEP
Widespread : VAST
Windy City ‘L’ overseer : CTA
Words to live by : TENET
Zippo : NADA