New York Times Crossword February 5 2018 Answers

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New York Times Crossword February 5 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, February 5, 2018 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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if you’re stuck and having difficulties to solve NY Times Crossword monday 5 February 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/5/18 answers :
‘Anything ___?’ : ELSE
‘But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight …’ : ERE
‘Hot’ Mexican dish : TAMALE
‘Piece of cake’ or ‘easy as pie’ : IDIOM
‘The Way We ___’ : WERE
‘Yeah, right!’ : MYEYE
40-hour-a-week work : FULLTIMEJOB
50% : HALF
Actress Falco of ‘Nurse Jackie’ : EDIE
Actress Kemper of ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ : ELLIE
Apple on a desk : IMAC
Batman portrayer Kilmer : VAL
Be confident in : TRUST
Bowling target : PIN
Bullfight cheer : OLE
Civic-minded group : ELKS
Clarinet or sax : REED
Crossed home plate, say : SCORED
Curved Pillsbury item : CRESCENTROLL
Deserve : MERIT
Detectives : SLEUTHS
Early TV comic known for ‘Your Show of Shows’ : SIDCAESAR
Ending with golden or teen : AGER
Every last drop : ALL
Ewe’s offspring : LAMB
Fictional mouse ___ Little : STUART
Fixes, as shoelaces : RETIES
Fleur-de-___ : LIS
Forcible removals, as of tenants : EVICTIONS
Gave some money under the table : BRIBED
Give the slip : ELUDE
Grape-Nuts or Apple Jacks : CEREAL
Guadalajara gold : ORO
Hangs around for : AWAITS
Highly capable : ADEPT
It has phases that are represented by the starts of 18-, 29-, 47- and 61-Across … and by 1-Down : MOON
Kingdoms : REALMS
Lavish praise on : LAUD
Like most Bluetooth headsets : ONEEAR
Makeshift shelter : LEANTO
Male deer : HART
Man’s name that’s an investment spelled backward : ARI
Mensa stats : IQS
Misplace : LOSE
Mix : BLEND
More secure : SAFER
Multiplex offering : MOVIE
Nabisco snack since 1912 : OREO
One who might follow into a family business : SON
One-named Irish singer : ENYA
Ones calling the plays : QUARTERBACKS
Parade spoiler : RAIN
Part to play : ROLE
Pickle holder : JAR
Pie ___ mode : ALA
Pixar’s ‘Finding ___’ : NEMO
Popular cold and flu medicine : CONTAC
Possesses : HAS
Pot’s cover : LID
Prefix with natal or classical : NEO
Pull hard : YANK
Pumpkin color : ORANGE
Revered one : IDOL
Sampled : TASTED
Side of a diamond : FACET
Something to click online : LINK
Song for a diva : ARIA
Teeter-totter : SEESAW
Texas landmark to ‘remember’ : ALAMO
Thomas ___, ‘Rule, Britannia’ composer : ARNE
Tight-lipped sort : CLAM
Traditional night for partying : NEWYEARSEVE
Uncooked : RAW
Underhanded : SLY
Walk with a swagger : STRUT
Was in front : LED
Whimper like a baby : MEWL
___-Pacific (geopolitical region) : ASIA