New York Times Crossword July 10 2016 Answers

By | July 10, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 10 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, July 10, 2016 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 7/10/16 answers :
[Bo-o-oring!] : SNORE
___ any drop to drink: Coleridge : NOR
___ Fideles : ADESTE
___ Flux (1990s animated series) : AEON
___ horn : ALTO
___ Villa (English football club) : ASTON
___-Cat : SNO
2015 Oscar winner Morricone : ENNIO
Abandon detente : REARM
Actress Mason : MARSHA
Add color to, in a way : TIEDYE
As soon as : ONCE
Authoritarian announcements : DECREES
Be deserving of : EARN
Bear witness : ATTEST
Bearded flower : IRIS
Beeper from “a long time ago,” informally : ARTOO
Birds with throat pouches : PELICANS
Break : REST
Catch something : TAKEILL
Celebrate gloatingly : CROW
Church group : CHOIR
Comp-sci acronym : ASCII
Consents to : OKS
Corresponding expense? : POSTAGE
Cotillion attendee : DEB
Crosses the sill : ENTERS
Crowd scenes? : RIOTS
Darling : HON
Deceptive police op : STING
Delicately applies : DABS
Difficult duty : ONUS
Disputed North Pole visitor : BYRD
Draft picks : ALES
Draw in : ENTICE
Dream of many Koreans : UNIFICATION
Emulate : APE
Explicitly : TOWIT
Fanta competitor : NEHI
Faux sophistication : AIRS
Fires (up) : PEPS
First secretary of homeland security : TOMRIDGE
First-chair violinist, perhaps : SOLOIST
Follow : ENSUE
Football Hall-of-Famer Bobby : LAYNE
France : madame :: Italy : ___ : DONNA
Free throws, e.g. : SETSHOTS
Freight train component : FLATCAR
Fully enjoy : SAVOR
Golden calf’s maker : AARON
Golfer Palmer, to fans : ARNIE
Gone With the Wind studio : MGM
Grown-up pullet : HEN
Gun full of blanks, maybe : PROP
Hairsplitter’s objection : NIT
Hall of announcing : EDD
Harden : INURE
Have another crack at : RETRY
Head guy in “Hamlet”? : YORICK
Health care giant : AETNA
High rollers? : ELS
Homeland network, for short : SHO
Horatian collection : ODES
Humorist Bombeck : ERMA
I feel that way, too : SAMEHERE
Idylls of the King woman : ENID
Image Awards org. : NAACP
In the doldrums : SAD
It may contain bugs : AMBER
It’s all downhill from here : ACME
Journalist/columnist Carl : HIAASEN
Judges to be : DEEMS
Key Largo gangster Johnny : ROCCO
Kikkoman product : SOY
Lead-in to -itis : SENIOR
Like major generals : TWOSTAR
Like pets but not strays : NAMED
Like vindaloo : SPICY
Long : YEARN
Longtime Texas politico Phil : GRAMM
Make noise while asleep : SAWWOOD
Market problem : PANIC
Mazda two-seater : MIATA
Med. care options : HMOS
Michael’s wife in “The Godfather” : KAY
Minority branch of Islam : SHIITES
Mom-to-aunt term : SIS
Music’s Prince of Soul : GAYE
Nameless network user : GUEST
No, no, it’s my treat! : IINSIST
Nonhuman 1930s film star : ASTA
Not secured, as a gate : LEFTOPEN
Nth degree? : PHD
Oliver! director Reed : CAROL
One who seems responsible but isn’t : SCAPEGOAT
Onetime Scandinavian automaker (containing the first part of the “double quote”) : SAAB
Painkiller first sold in 1950 : PERCODAN
Pan’s home, in myth : ARCADIA
Perfumery oils : ATTARS
Pernod flavoring : ANISE
Person with an account : NARRATOR
Place for a throne : DAIS
Political org. dating to 1854 : GOP
Precious Australian exports : OPALS
Private meeting : TRYST
Pushes : GOADS
Put : LAY
Quarters : AREAS
Reagan-era program, in brief : SDI
Record label owned by Sony : RCA
Reform Party founder : PEROT
Repent of : RUE
Request for permission : BYYOURLEAVE
Senatorial vote : YEA
Shaver : LAD
Shirt ornament : STUD
Showing few lights, as cities during W.W. II : DIMMEDOUT
Sir, in Surrey : GUV
Sitcom whose title character was Fran Fine : THENANNY
Slam : DIS
Solitary sort : INTROVERT
Some dumps : ASHHEAPS
Speaker of this puzzle’s “double quote” : YOGIBERRA
Spotted (containing the last part of the “double quote”) : SEEN
Steep : BREW
Storm shower? : RADAR
Take a turn for the worse : GOSOUR
Tank tops? : GASCAPS
Technology eschewers : AMISH
Teen spots : ACNE
Time periods in a polo match : CHUKKERS
Treated with a preservative, as telephone poles : CREOSOTED
U people? : PROFS
Unable to continue : DONE
Underworld figure : SATAN
Use as a bed : LIEON
Verdi’s “O patria ___” : MIA
Victimizes : PREYSUPON
Vietnam War copter : HUEY
We are always the same ___ inside: Gertrude Stein : AGE
Went over : READ
Without a date : STAG
Woman With a Parasol painter : MONET
Youngest “Brady Bunch” daughter : CINDY

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