New York Times Crossword February 3 2018 Answers

By | February 3, 2018

New York Times Crossword February 3 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, February 3, 2018 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 saturday 3 February 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/3/18 answers :
‘O.G. Original Gangster’ rapper : ICET
1930-’40s film star with the signature song ‘You’ll Never Know’ : ALICEFAYE
Airer of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s ‘StarTalk’ : NATGEO
Any man or boy, biblically : SONOFADAM
Arizona athlete, for short : DBACK
Balkan capital : SOFIA
Be charged : PAYAFEE
Become edible : TURNRIPE
Cafe chain : PANERA
Cause associated with the rainbow flag : LGBTRIGHTS
Coca-Cola product since 2001 : PIBBXTRA
Collection of posts about a trip : TRAVELBLOG
Commodore in Sondheim’s ‘Pacific Overtures’ : PERRY
Ethnic group whose name means ‘wanderers’ : KAZAKHS
Events with tents : FAIRS
Fancified : DIDUP
Fancify oneself : PREEN
Fancy affair : SOIREE
Feature in a telephone directory : AREACODEMAP
Fox Islands resident : ALEUT
Front spoiler on a car : AIRDAM
Gateway of a Shinto shrine : TORII
Get on : BOARD
Having many openings : GAPPY
Isn’t bad? : AINT
Italian source of smoke : ETNA
Junípero ___, founder of San Francisco : SERRA
Kind of coordination : EYEHAND
Like many people on January 1 : HUNGOVER
Many a British retiree : PENSIONER
Media co. led by the Sulzberger family : NYT
Million-selling 1977 Donna Summer song : IFEELLOVE
Newspaper section : ARTS
Overly sentimental writers : SOBSISTERS
Part of 24-Across : NEW
Passover no-no : YEAST
Place to watch a race, for short : OTB
Popular vodka brand from Holland : KETELONE
Powerful Russian : OLIGARCH
Provincetown catch : SCROD
Pueblo Revolt participants : HOPIS
Really bugged : ATEAT
Request for backup? : GOASKANYONE
Setback : BLOW
Sombrero, e.g : DRINK
Some tech grads, for short : EES
Spaces out : STAGGERS
Spiral-horned antelope : KUDU
Suddenly took notice : SATUP
The planets, e.g : OCTAD
They have big mouths : EWERS
Things held in a cannonball : KNEES
Thyme keeper? : SPICERACK
Toilet paper? : HALLPASS
Tony once nominated for an Emmy : DANZA
Touristy area on the Irish coast : WESTCORK
Unshackles : LIBERATES
Vitamin-rich green side dish : COOKEDKALE
Weekly Jewish observance : SHABBAT
Wiccan groups : COVENS
___ Americana : PAX
___ center : TRAUMA
___ May Lester of Erskine Caldwell’s ‘Tobacco Road’ : ELLIE
___ salad : EGG