New York Times Crossword July 18 2016 Answers

By | July 18, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 18 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, July 18, 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 monday 18 july 2016 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 7/18/16 answers :
“All Day Strong. All Day Long” sloganeer : ALEVE
“C’mon, quit it!” : OHSTOP
“La Traviata” composer : VERDI
“Side by Side by Sondheim,” e.g : REVUE
“Uncle Tom’s Cabin” girl : EVA
Ancient Greek theaters : ODEA
Animation frame : CEL
Annual celebration when a 12-star flag may be flown : EUROPEDAY
Argue (with) : SPAR
Assessed visually : EYEDUP
Bad record for a motorist, for short : DWI
Baltimore ballplayer : ORIOLE
Beginning : ONSET
Black-and-white cookie : OREO
Body part with a nail : TOE
Bond girl Shirley : EATON
Bravery : COURAGE
Brewery container : VAT
City on the Black Sea : ODESSA
Cushions : PADS
Decline, as a ramp : SLOPEDOWN
Dog, cat or maybe a parrot : PET
Each : APOP
Extend, as a subscription : RENEW
Extension from a fire truck : HOSE
Fuel efficiency fig : MPG
Glass of public radio : IRA
Harvest festival events : HAYRIDES
Heavy weight : TON
High dice rolls : ELEVENS
Home composed of twigs : NEST
Janitor’s ringful : KEYS
Joke teller : COMIC
King toppers : ACES
Kitten’s cry : MEW
Large gem in the Smithsonian : HOPEDIAMOND
Love to bits : ADORE
Mafia bigwig : CAPO
Make a digital image of : SCAN
North Atlantic fish : COD
One of three at the base of a Steinway : PIANOPEDAL
Paneled rooms, maybe : DENS
Pb, to a chemist : LEAD
Place for airing an opinion … or what five of this puzzle’s Down answers contain? : OPEDCOLUMN
Police vehicle : COPCAR
Pound repeatedly : PUMMEL
Price : COST
Professional on a catwalk : MODEL
Pulitzer-winning James : AGEE
Pulitzer-winning writer Maureen : DOWD
Sailor, informally : SEADOG
Scoundrel : KNAVE
Seinfeld’s neighbor whose name is spoken as an epithet : NEWMAN
Short, quick runs : SPRINTS
Snicker : TEEHEE
Some playground equipment : SWINGS
Stairs : STEPS
Steep, rugged cliff : CRAG
Succulent flowering plants : ALOES
Surface to drive on : ROADWAY
Survive : ENDURE
Take too far : OVERDO
Taverns : BARS
TV screen option, in brief : LCD
Twist, as a wet towel : WRING
Use a pogo stick : HOP
Vessel for slow cooking : STEWPAN
Victory symbol with the fingers : VEE
With it : HIP
Word before north or after payment : DUE
Workplaces for R.N.s : ORS
Yachting competition : REGATTA
Yo-yo or doll : TOY
___ and haw : HEM
___ on a true story : BASED