New York Times Crossword July 15 2016 Answers

By | July 15, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 15 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, July 15, 2016 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 friday 15 july 2016 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 7/15/16 answers :
13-Down natives, e.g. : AFRICANS
Admission evidence : STUB
Agents in some therapy : AROMAS
Appended : ADDEDON
Backtrack? : SIDEB
Beyond slow : GLACIAL
Bit of decor in a sports bar : PENNANT
British floors : STOREYS
Calligraphic messes : BLOTS
Calmer? : OPIATE
Chrome runners, maybe : PCS
Clubs to beat people with? : ACES
Compromise : BEND
Creator of the lawyer Perry : ERLE
Devil’s deck : TAROT
Dim bulbs : DODOS
Early Beatle : PETEBEST
Figure-changing agent : DIETDRUG
Fill with anxiety : UNSETTLE
Freeze : ICEUP
Going rates : SPEEDS
Gray head : LEE
Grokked : GOT
Has the stage : ISON
Hugh who played TV’s House : LAURIE
Insincerely polite : GREASY
Island west of Mull : IONA
It makes a wave : SINE
Laid into : RAILEDAT
Lawyer’s workload : CASES
Lesser “Seinfeld” role played by Len Lesser : UNCLELEO
Like many bad words : CENSORED
Like skates and corsets : LACEDUP
Like some angels and arches : FALLEN
Lyricist who adapted “Pygmalion” : LERNER
Make as a heat-and-serve product, say : PREBAKE
Many new car drivers : LEASERS
Mozart title starter : EINE
Much-sought-after : COVETED
Musical group known for wearing red hats called “energy domes” : DEVO
Nap : DOZE
Nine-time presidential contender of the 1940s-’90s : STASSEN
One for whom 36-Across has four syllables : CHEMIST
One for whom 36-Across has three syllables : PLUMBER
Paris fights in it : ILIAD
Princess in line to the British throne after Beatrice : EUGENIE
Really bug : RILE
Recycling bin fill : EMPTIES
Red stuff to cut through : TAPE
Rising generation? : YEAST
Safari Capital of the World : NAIROBI
Scrutinize : EXAMINE
See 19- and 57-Across : UNIONIZED
Shaving the beard with a razor, in Jewish law : TABOO
Sought safety, say : RANHOME
Subcontinent-wide : ALLINDIA
Superman catchphrase starter : UPUP
The Era of ___ (1964-74 Notre Dame football) : ARA
Think much of : ADMIRE
Tick, e.g. : PEST
Time after Time? : ISSUES
Top of the line? : SIRE
Trial cover-up : ROBE
What exterior doors typically do : OPENIN
When told “I’m sleepy,” she sometimes says “I hope you’re not driving” : SIRI
Wool source : ANGORA
Word repeatedly spelled out by Franklin : RESPECT
x, y and z : AXES