New York Times Crossword January 13 2018 Answers

By | January 13, 2018

New York Times Crossword January 13 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, January 13, 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 13 January 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 1/13/18 answers :
‘Well done!’ : IMIMPRESSED
‘You don’t have to explain’ : YESISEE
1940 Fonda role : JOAD
2/2, in music : CUTTIME
30, on a table : ZINC
A Musketeer : ARAMIS
A smartphone has lots of them : USES
Alliance of groups against a common enemy : UNITEDFRONT
Annual June celebration : PRIDEPARADE
Blackguard : CUR
Bloom that’s often white or lavender : ASTER
Camp out in the wilderness, say : ROUGHIT
Charles of ‘Hill Street Blues’ : HAID
Chicken characteristic : FEAR
Christopher Paolini best seller : ERAGON
Country music’s Mike ___ : ELI
Croissan’wich alternative : EGGMCMUFFIN
Curry of the N.B.A : STEPH
Does some runs : SKIS
Fast-food icon, with ‘the’ : COLONEL
Field work : NORMARAE
Former Ecuadorean ‘dollars’ : SUCRES
Foxes, e.g : CANINES
Go smoothly : FLOW
Golfer Mickelson : PHIL
Hernando’s ‘happy’ : FELIZ
Hints : TINGES
Hope was once its driving force : USOTOUR
Leave in a hurry : BOLT
Like an eisteddfod festival : WELSH
London or Manchester : WRITER
Make more powerful, with ‘up’ : SOUP
Measure of data transfer speed, for short : BITSEC
Measures of sharpness : IQTESTS
N.H.L. Eastern Conference team, on scoreboards : OTT
Neighbor of Allemagne : SUISSE
Newfoundland or golden retriever : WATERDOG
Nickname for baseball’s Orlando Hernández : ELDUQUE
Noted blind mathematician : EULER
Noted boxing family : ALIS
One-named singer with the 2016 #1 album ‘A Seat at the Table’ : SOLANGE
Palma’s island : MAJORCA
Parent, e.g : REARER
Parts of pit crews : FUELERS
Pertaining to colored rings : AREOLAR
Rumpled : MUSSED
Shakespearean fencer : LAERTES
Sluggishness : LANGUOR
Something with ‘three deuces and a four-speed’ in a 1964 hit : GTO
Spell out : SPECIFY
Staff additions : HIREES
Strand during a storm, maybe : ICEIN
Stuck-up sort : PRISS
Successor to Churchill : EDEN
Throw a bomb : GODEEP
Touchy subject : SORESPOT
What a physiognomist studies : FACES
With nothing on top : PLAIN
___ facie (legal phrase) : PRIMA
___ stick : SELFIE
___-deux : ENTRE