New York Times Crossword January 25 2018 Answers

By | January 25, 2018

New York Times Crossword January 25 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, January 25, 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 thursday 25 January 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 1/25/18 answers :
#21 of 24 : PHI
‘Come on!’ : LETSGO
‘Did you just see that?!’ : OHSNAP
‘Illmatic’ rapper : NAS
‘Kapow!’ : BAM
‘Reading the ___: One Man, One Year, 21,730 Pages’ (2008 book) : OED
‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’ poet : TSELIOT
‘Um, don’t look now, but …’ : AHEM
*Hayloft item : BALTIMORE
*Smelled : SCUBATANK
*They’re not pros : CONCRETES
1950s service site : KOREA
A witch doctor might be in one : TRANCE
Accessory on a chain : MONOCLE
Back to school? : EDU
Ball boy? : DESI
Beat one’s gums : YAK
Boastful mother of Greek myth : NIOBE
Clove hitch, e.g : KNOT
Composition of ‘Der Ring des Nibelungen’ : OPERAS
Cough drop brand : RICOLA
Debonair : SUAVE
Durant and Love of the N.B.A : KEVINS
Goal of many a candidate : PHD
Got together : MATED
Group of football blockers, in brief : OLINE
Gurneys’ destinations, in brief : ORS
Hamilton, to Burr : RIVAL
Hard-wired : INNATE
Hotel room feature: Abbr : TEL
Is from Issy? : EST
Japanese meal in a box : BENTO
Los Angeles’s ___ College of Art and Design : OTIS
Lush : WINO
Member of the British royal family : WILLIAM
Middleton of English tabloids : PIPPA
Most docile : TAMEST
Music boomlet of the mid-’90s : SKA
Neighbor of Wyo : IDA
Neighborhood in New York or L.A : NOHO
Not get involved : SITBY
Not wanting to believe the truth : INDENIAL
Notable tech launch of 2007 : IPHONE
Now full : SATED
Olympics event since 1936 : CANOEING
On the lookout : ALERT
Ones doing intros : MCS
Part of a disguise : WIG
Part of España : TILDE
Person with inverted morality : EVILTWIN
Picnic crasher : ANT
Pitiful group : SADLOT
Playwright Brecht : BERTOLT
Point on a flowchart : NODE
Polytetrafluoroethylene, familiarly : TEFLON
Sellout : HIT
Skirt : AVOID
Smidgen : IOTA
Solving crosswords, e.g : PASTIME
Some metal bands? : ORE
Some works of Robert Schumann : ETUDES
Something encountered in ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ : UFO
Stadium sounds : ROARS
Swaddled ones : BABES
Things with entrances and exits : SCRIPTS
Tiniest complaint : PEEP
Top-2% group : MENSA
Turner on a turntable : TINA
Unpleasant ending : SOURNOTE
Who wrote and sang ‘We’re All Water’ in 1972 : ONO
Yachter’s itinerary, maybe … or a hint to understanding the answers to the starred clues : ISLANDHOPPING
___ Echos (French daily) : LES