New York Times Crossword January 2 2018 Answers

By | January 2, 2018

New York Times Crossword January 2 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on tuesday, January 2, 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 tuesday 2 January 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 1/2/18 answers :
‘Follow me!’ : COME
‘Gotta run,’ in a text : TTYL
‘Key’ hotel personnel : VALETS
‘Now I get it!’ : AHA
‘Wow, that was fun!’ : IHADABLAST
2003, for LeBron James and Dwyane Wade : ROOKIEYEAR
2009 aviatrix biopic : AMELIA
A helping hand : AID
A long, long time : AGES
Abbr. after a list : ETAL
Airline whose in-flight magazine is Sky : DELTA
Alternative to bottled : ONTAP
Amazon IDs : ISBNS
AOL and MSN, for two : ISPS
Author Hemingway : ERNEST
Broadband letters : DSL
Bumped into : MET
Calder Cup org : AHL
Cataract site : LENS
Cave residents : BATS
Cowboys’ ties : BOLOS
Disobey a pecking order? : STEALAKISS
Disobey a rush order? : TAKEITSLOW
Disobey a standing order? : HAVEASEAT
Disobey a stop order? : MOVEAHEAD
Downhill rides : SLEDS
Exhortation after ‘Supplies are limited!’ : CALLNOW
Fast-swimming shark : MAKO
First lady’s man : ADAM
Fish with more than 100 vertebrae in its spine : EEL
Food ___ (Thanksgiving drowsiness) : COMA
Frittata ingredient : EGG
Genre for 21 Savage and 50 Cent : RAP
Get ready, casually : PREP
High-___ monitor : RES
How some solve crosswords : INPEN
In stitches : SEWN
Insult : SLAM
Jaunty : PERT
Large artery : AORTA
Light : IGNITE
Like a half-moon tide : NEAP
Like a person who might be called ‘chrome dome’ : BALD
Locale for a West Coast wine tour : NAPAVALLEY
Longest river in Europe : VOLGA
Maestro Seiji : OZAWA
Make inquiries : ASK
Maple product : SAP
Mud wrap site : SPA
Native of Japan’s ‘second city’ : OSAKAN
New citizenship seeker : EMIGRE
Nothing but : ALL
Ocean predators : ORCAS
One of four for ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ : STANZA
Patron saint of Norway : OLAV
Plays with : USES
Police informant’s wear : WIRE
Red Sea peninsula : SINAI
Salve ingredient : ALOE
Sculptures, e.g : ART
Setting for an outdoor party : PATIO
Singer Lovett : LYLE
Smartphone notification : EMAILALERT
Some Toshiba products : PCS
The Mormons, for short : LDS
Touch : ABUT
Ukraine’s capital : KIEV
Vegas hotel with a musical name : ARIA
Vessel for Jack and Jill : PAIL
What prices do during hyperinflation : SOAR
Where Ang Lee was born : TAIWAN
Where most Buddhists reside : ASIA
White House press secretary ___ Huckabee Sanders : SARAH
Wide-eyedness : NAIVETE
Winter hrs. in Lake Wobegon : CST
Word after drum or press : KIT
Wraps up : ENDS
Writer Zora ___ Hurston : NEALE