New York Times Crossword February 3 2017 Answers

By | February 3, 2017

New York Times Crossword February 3 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, february 3, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
if you’re stuck and having difficulties to solve NY Times Crossword friday 3 february 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/3/17 answers :
[I can’t believe that just happened!] : FACEPALM
1965 hit for the Yardbirds : IMAMAN
Allied (with) : SIDED
Alternatives to chimichangas : FAJITAS
App with an envelope icon : YAHOOMAIL
Arm muscles, in bodybuilding lingo : BIS
Bastes, e.g. : WETS
Best Actress winner for “Monster” : THERON
Blue prints : EROTICA
Break down in school : PARSE
Call from a bar, maybe : DRUNKDIAL
Caregivers’ org. : AMA
Check out quickly : PEEKAT
Creep out? : SEEP
Crying for attention? : : PITYPARTY
Disconnect, as a trailer : UNHITCH
Easy to walk all over : MEEK
Fast-food empire builder : KROC
Features of some city streets : BIKELANES
Game in which jokers and twos are wild : CANASTA
Grievance : BEEF
Guy’s sling swimsuit : MANKINI
Is no longer good : ROTS
Jazz devotee, most likely : UTAHAN
Juan Peron’s second wife : EVA
Juan Peron’s third wife : ISABEL
Keep your pants on! : INAMOMENT
Key ingredient? : IVORY
Lead-in to Luddite : NEO
Lout’s lack : TACT
Many a Taylor Swift fan : TWEENER
Marcel Marceau moniker : BIP
Measured (up) : SIZED
Ned’s adoptive son on “Game of Thrones” : JON
Newman, to Seinfeld : ENEMY
Not straight : SKEWED
Onetime label for the Beatles : EMI
Part of a circulatory system : AIRVENT
Penguin’s perch : FLOE
Piano parts : PEDALS
Pickup line? : CABS
Power line? : DYNASTY
Pre-euro money : PESETA
Put on the line : STAKE
Real shocker : TASER
Riders in the Sky singer, 1949 : IVES
Road rage sound : TOOT
Roman-Parthian War figure : NERO
Salad dressing brand : KENS
Sci-fi shocker : DEATHRAY
Served whoppers? : LIED
She played Odin’s wife in “Thor” : RENERUSSO
Since you weren’t listening … : ASISAID
Something cold from Mars : DOVEBAR
Somewhat : SORTA, ATAD
Specifically … : TOWIT
Spill (over) : SLOP
Superhero with the foe Professor Von Gimmick : ATOMANT
Tear into : REAMOUT
The Black Tulip novelist, 1850 : DUMAS
They come before deals : ANTES
Town where “Parks and Recreation” is set : PAWNEE
Tumbling equipment : DRYERS
Twitter titter : LOL
Warm and cozy : TOASTY
Warren with the 1978 platinum album “Excitable Boy” : ZEVON
What’s exited in Brexit : THEEU
Whole bunch : HEAP, SLEW
Wreck locale : SEABED
Your Movie ___ (Roger Ebert book) : SUCKS