New York Times Crossword February 6 2017 Answers

By | February 6, 2017

New York Times Crossword February 6 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, february 6, 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 monday 6 february 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/6/17 answers :
‘Iliad’ and ‘Odyssey,’ for two : EPICS
‘Keeping my fingers crossed’ : ICANONLYHOPE
‘___ small world after all’ : ITSA
1930s British P.M. Chamberlain : NEVILLE
2011 Oscar-nominated picture set in 1960s Mississippi : THEHELP
Aardvark’s morsel : ANT
Actor Estrada and others : ERIKS
Appears after being lost : TURNSUP
Attaches by rope, as a ball to a pole : TETHERS
Biblical son of Isaac : ESAU
Bobby who played 10 seasons with the Boston Bruins : ORR
Book between Matthew and Luke : MARK
Brockovich and Burnett : ERINS
Challenge : DEFY
Chilled jelly dishes : ASPICS
Chunk of ice in the ocean : BERG
Church recess : APSE
Coin flipper at the Super Bowl, informally : REF
Color shade : TINT
Common security device … or a feature of 20-, 33- or 38-Across : HIDDENCAMERA
Days of the week in a calendar heading : MTWTF
Defeats : BESTS
Dentist’s tool : DRILL
Dictator ___ Amin : IDI
Downright : UTTERLY
Edible mushroom : MOREL
Egg-shaped : OVAL
Employee at a perfumery : TESTER
Exercise area for convicts : PRISONYARD
First satellite to orbit Earth : SPUTNIKONE
Follow : ENSUE
Food grown in a paddy : RICE
Gabriel García Márquez novel ‘Love in the Time of ___’ : CHOLERA
Goof : ERROR
Graph line : AXIS
Heading on a list of errands : TODO
Immediately : NOW
Inauguration recitation : OATH
Indian variety of 17-Across : BASMATI
Iris’s place in the eye : UVEA
Jock’s antithesis : NERD
Kick out of school : EXPEL
Loudly lamenting : KEENING
Make amends (for) : ATONE
Many a reggae musician, informally : RASTA
Means of getaway : ESCAPEROUTE
Mil. training academy : OCS
Moon-related : LUNAR
Naked : NUDE
National ___, bygone humor magazine : LAMPOON
Nay’s opposite : YEA
Out on the ocean : ASEA
Philosopher and social activist West : CORNEL
Place to wear one’s heart, in a phrase : SLEEVE
Prefix with skeleton : EXO
Recurrent theme : TROPE
Rolling Stones album ‘Get Yer ___ Out!’ : YAYAS
Santa ___ (one of Columbus’s ships) : MARIA
Send to hell : DAMN
Something to look for in an emergency : NEARESTEXIT
Spanish eight : OCHO
Submissive : MEEK
Summer hours in Denver: Abbr : MDT
Swiss capital : BERN
Ticked off : IRED
Transport for Huck Finn : RAFT
TV procedural set in the Big Apple : CSINY
Weighed down (with) : LADEN
What Marie Antoinette supposedly said to ‘let them’ do : EATCAKE
Words at the altar : IDO
___ Grande : RIO
___ v. Wade : ROE