New York Times Crossword July 16 2017 Answers

By | July 16, 2017

New York Times Crossword July 16 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, july 16, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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if you’re stuck and having difficulties to solve NY Times Crossword sunday 16 july 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 7/16/17 answers :
‘Anyhoo,’ e.g : SEGUE
‘Beowulf’ and others : EPOS
‘Hidden Figures’ actor : COSTNER
‘It’s on me!’ … or a hint to this puzzle’s circled letters : DRINKSALLAROUND
‘Life According ___’ (Emmy-winning documentary) : TOSAM
‘Mad Money’ network : CNBC
‘Miss Julie’ opera composer, 1965 : NEDROREM
‘My ___’ (1979 hit by the Knack) : SHARONA
‘Thanks ___ God!’ : BETO
‘Victory!’ : IWIN
‘___ first …’ : IFAT
‘___ Just Seen a Face’ (Beatles tune) : IVE
12.01, for carbon: Abbr : ATWT
1970s TV cool dude, with ‘the’ : FONZ
19th-century French landscapist : COROT
45 player : PHONO
Actor Gillen of ‘Game of Thrones’ : AIDAN
Actor Reeves : KEANU
Actress Kazan of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ : LAINIE
Alternative to wind : SOLAR
Apple debut of 2001 : IPOD
Architect Gehry : FRANK
Area far from port : OPENSEA
Artist who designed costumes for ‘Ben-Hur’ : ERTE
As a joke : INFUN
As good as it gets : IDEAL
Ashore : ONLAND
Assuage : EASE
Author Anaïs : NIN
Awful idea : NONSTARTER
Bedazzles : ENTRANCES
Bee-fitting? : APIAN
Bird bills : NEBS
Boomers’ offspring : GENX
Bottle for oil or vinegar : CRUET
Bottoms : NADIRS
Bring home the bacon : EARN
Bunny chasers? : DUSTMOPS
Bush or Clinton, collegiately : ELI
Captain Nemo’s creator : VERNE
Captain von Trapp’s betrothed : ELSA
Carolina ___ : WREN
Company lover? : MISERY
Concentration, to a British chemist : TITRE
Couturier Cassini : OLEG
Cpl., e.g : NCO
D.C. athlete : NAT
Dealer’s query : AREYOUIN
Discouraging words : NOES
Dried (off) : TOWELED
DVD button : PLAY
Elementary school trio, briefly : RRR
Erodes : WEARSAWAY
Ersatz : PHONY
Excuse for not turning in homework : ILOSTIT
Fancy-schmancy : POSH
Fifth-century pope known as ‘the Great’ : LEOI
First name in courtroom fiction : ERLE
Five Norwegian kings : OLAVS
Fly-fisher’s line joiner : BLOODKNOT
French nobleman : DUC
Frustrate : STYMIE
Geneva and Beirut : FONTS
Get off at Grand Central, say : DETRAIN
Gold rush city of 1899 : NOME
Gorilla watcher Fossey : DIAN
Hang : DRAPE
Having an effect : OPERANT
Hong Kong’s Hang ___ Index : SENG
Hosp. staffers : RNS
Clues : Answers
Ignorant : UNEDUCATED
It might absorb a blow : HANKY
It’s Irish for ‘We Ourselves’ : SINNFEIN
Kind of pad : STENO
Kind of question : YESNO
Kvetch : MOAN
Like most things in ‘Ripley’s Believe It or Not!’ : WEIRD
Like some thinking : WISHFUL
Lose steam, with ‘out’ : PETER
Make brighter, as a fading tattoo : REINK
Male duck : DRAKE
Med. school subject : ANAT
Met soprano Berger : ERNA
Mister, in New Delhi : SRI
Mufflers and such : KNITTING
Mull over : CHEWON
Nail polish brand : CUTEX
Nary ___ : AONE
Nice thing to hit : PAYDIRT
Nighty-night wear : PJS
No longer fast? : EAT
Nursery rhyme destination : STIVES
O.K., in Okinawa : HAI
Old-style warning : ALARUM
One challenged by a sentry : FOE
One of 16 works by Brahms : WALTZ
Oral tradition : FOLKTALES
Orange avenue in Monopoly : NEWYORK
Overcome an embarrassment : LIVEITDOWN
Overhauls : REVAMPS
Pai ___ (Chinese gambling game) : GOW
Palm piece : FROND
Partially edited version of a movie : ROUGHCUT
Picking up a quart of milk, say : ERRAND
Place to pray : NAVE
Places to get looped : COCKTAILLOUNGES
Plant : SOW
Polish rolls : BIALYS
Presidents’ Day event : SALE
Put into words : SAID
Quarrel (with) : SPAR
Ran off : FLED
Reasons to say yes : ADVANTAGES
Recipe direction : BLEND
Resident of Tatooine in ‘Star Wars’ : JAWA
Rhett Butler’s final two words : ADAMN
Roasted: Sp : ASADA
ROFL alternative : LMAO
Rope fiber : SISAL
Rushed : HIED
Scott of ‘Joanie Loves Chachi’ : BAIO
Shield border : ORLE
Shipping route : LANE
Singer DiFranco : ANI
Slept with, biblically : KNEW
Son of, in Arabic names : IBN
Spanish bloom : FLOR
Stereotypical Deadhead wear : TIEDYE
Summer position for a college student : INTERN
Traditional Chinese forces : YINANDYANG
Twosomes : ITEMS
U.S. rebellion leader of 1841-42 : DORR
Weisshorn and others : ALPS
Western ___ (college course, informally) : CIV
What you should do ‘if symptoms persist’ : SEEADOCTOR
Whizzes : ACES
Whizzes : PROS
Word before Cong or Minh : VIET
Zagreb’s country : CROATIA
___ an independent (eschewed the party label) : RANAS