New York Times Crossword February 4 2018 Answers

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New York Times Crossword February 4 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, February 4, 2018 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 2/4/18 answers :
‘Don’t be ___!’ : AHERO
‘Game of Thrones’ creature : DRAGON
‘Hilarious!’ : HAHA
‘Iglu,’ for ‘igloo’: Abbr : VAR
‘Jeez … lighten up!’ : IWASONLYKIDDING
‘My stars!’ : EGAD
‘My treat!’ : ONME
‘Oh, what the hell … I’ll do it’ : SURE
‘Peter ___ Greatest Hits’ (1974 album) : NEROS
‘Pick ___ …’ : ACARD
‘Pretty please?’ : CANTI
‘Roméo et Juliette’ segment : ACTE
‘Sounds like a plan!’ : LETS
‘Stop! You’re killing me!’ : THATSHYSTERICAL
‘Terrif!’ : FABU
‘Uh, you’ve told me quite enough’ : TMI
‘___, amigo’ : ADIOS
52-story Boston skyscraper, familiarly : THEPRU
A person skilled at deadpan has one : DRYSENSEOFHUMOR
Actor Jason : ROBARDS
Advert’s ending? : ISE
Airport that J.F.K. dedicated in 1963 : OHARE
Anthony Hopkins’s ‘Thor’ role : ODIN
Around the time of birth : PERINATAL
Bad state to be in : COMA
Be grandiloquent : ORATE
Beseech : BEG
Big engine additive : STP
Bowl : ARENA
Brass instrument with a mellow sound : BASSTUBA
Brings a smile to : AMUSES
Broadway’s Hagen : UTA
Bug : IRK
Bustle : ADO
Cambodia’s Angkor ___ : WAT
Car rental giant : AYS
Carrier to Karachi : PIA
Chains : IRONS
Champion : YCTOR
City NNE of San Antone : BIGD
Coin toss call : TAILS
Concoct : DEYSE
Condition for filmdom’s Rain Man : AUTISM
Count ___ : CHOCULA
Court org : ABA
Cover over, in a way : REROOF
Cry from Homer : DOH
Decked out : ADORNED
Designer Geoffrey : BEENE
Doing a pirouette, say : ONTOE
Doughnut figures : TORI
Empty : VACATE
Erin of ‘Joanie Loves Chachi’ : MORAN
Euros replaced them : LIRE
Feeling : INTO
Fifth category of taste with a Japanese name : UMAMI
Finish all at once, in a way : CHUG
Fleets : ARGOSIES
For whom the Lorax speaks : TREES
French river or department : OISE
Give some lip : SASS
Greatly bother : EATAT
Grp. that puts on a show : USO
Habitation : ABODE
Hawke of ‘Training Day’ : ETHAN
High hairstyle : UPDO
Hymn starter : OGOD
Internet home to ‘Between Two Ferns’ : FUNNYORDIE
It might involve someone being ‘so poor’ or ‘so old’ : YOMAMAJOKE
Its ‘reeds are a pain / And the fingering’s insane,’ per Ogden Nash : OBOE
Jester : FOOL
Joan who quipped ‘A Peeping Tom looked in my window and pulled down the shade’ : RIVERS
Kind of equinox : AUTUMNAL
Kind of port for a flash drive : USB
Lacoste and Descartes : RENES
Late ’50s singing sensation : ELYS
Latin for ‘womb’ : UTERUS
Lavatory sign : MEN
Light bark : ARF
Like Mount Narodnaya : URAL
Like some angels and dominoes : FALLEN
Lipinski and Reid : TARAS
Lobster traps : POTS
Locks up : JAILS
Log-in needs : USERIDS
Made an appeal : PLED
Maid’s armful : LINEN
Manage : SEETO
Meadow call : BAA
Med. professionals who take a pledge named for Florence Nightingale : RNS
Mine transport : TRAM
Modern party summons : EYTE
Monsieur’s mate : MADAME
More than willing : EAGERTO
Mystery : ENIGMA
Nail salon employees, at times : FILERS
Night vision? : DREAM
Noteworthy times : ERAS
Novo-Ogaryovo is the official one of the Russian president : DACHA
One of many scattered in a honeymoon suite, maybe : ROSEPETAL
One on the left?: Abbr : DEM
Org. that offers Precheck enrollment : TSA
Patriots’ org : AFC
Plaster : BASTE
Poet Ginsberg : ALLEN
Poet who wrote ‘Fortune and love favor the brave’ : OYD
Poison ivy, e.g : YNE
Puerto ___ : RICAN
Regrettable : SAD
Shakespeare character who says ‘This above all: to thine own self be true’ : POLONIUS
Skit show, for short : SNL
Smoothed in a shop : SANDED
Some body art, for short : TATS
Some sneakers : AYAS
Something carried onstage? : TUNE
Sorkin and Spelling : AARONS
Stand-up chain started in Los Angeles : THELAUGHFACTORY
Star of 1976’s Oscar winner for Best Picture : STALLONE
Start limping : GOLAME
Suffix with speed : STER
Things taken by government officials : OATHS
To this day, Marie Curie’s are still radioactive : LABNOTES
Tops : BESTS
Tugboat sounds : TOOTS
TV blocking device : VCHIP
Uncut : ENTIRE
Unimpressed response to someone’s one-liner : EVERYBODYSACOMEDIAN
Verbally assail : SCREAMAT
Wall St. bigwigs : CEOS
Welcomes : USHERSIN
What ‘4’ may stand for : APRIL
What makes you you? : DNA
Where Michael Jordan played coll. ball : UNC
Y or N, maybe : ANS
Zugspitze, e.g : ALP
___ fly : SAC
___ intolerance : LACTOSE
___ Malfoy, student at Hogwarts : DRACO
___ Walcott, Nobel Prize-winning poet : DEREK
___-garde : AVANT