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.
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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