New York Times Crossword June 11 2017 Answers

By | June 11, 2017

New York Times Crossword June 11 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, june 11, 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 11 june 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 6/11/17 answers :
‘Hah!’ : SOTHERE
‘I cannot tell ___’ : ALIE
‘Little Women’ author : ALCOTT
‘Me So ___’ (1989 rap chart-topper) : HORNY
‘Nuh-uh!’ : IDONOT
‘Othello’ traitor : IAGO
‘Really!’ : TRUE
‘See ya!’ : BYENOW
‘So long,’ for short : TTYL
‘Sprechen ___ Deutsch?’ : SIE
‘Well, look what I did!’ : TADA
‘___ Rebel’ (1962 #1 hit) : HESA
112-Across and 96-Down : CARDSUITS
116-Across and 96-Down : HANDTOOLS
13 1/2′ gold-plated figure : OSCAR
31-Across and 15-Down : WEATHERWORDS
7- and 112-Across : BASEBALLTERMS
7- and 31-Across : FAMOUSPOETS
90° bend : ELL
93- and 116-Across : MEANSOFTRAVEL
93-Across and 15-Down : BRIDALTHINGS
A mere stone’s throw from : NEAR
A professional may need one to practice: Abbr : LIC
Admit : ALLOWIN
Ambition for an actor : LEADROLE
Animal with luxurious fur : SABLE
AOL alternative : MSN
Before, to a bard : ERE
Big bunch : SLEW
Blight victim : ELM
Bugs about the trash : FLIES
Car for which you ‘Listen to her tachin’ up now, listen to her whine,’ in a 1964 hit : GTO
Caribbean land whose capital is St. George’s : GRENADA
Celebration : FEST
Coiled killer : BOA
Competitor of Petro-Canada : ESSO
Conscience-stricken : ABASHED
Damage : MAR
Dead Sea Scrolls sect : ESSENES
Den denizen : LION
Desert crossed by the Silk Road : GOBI
Diddley and Derek : BOS
Dimes, essentially : TENTHS
Donkey’s call : HEEHAW
Dress adornment : SPANGLE
Dudes : FELLAS
Ear: Prefix : AURI
Example of 108- and 47-Across : PLANE
Example of 22- and of 65-Across : HOMER
Example of 34-Down and 108-Across : TRAIN
Example of 39- and 34-Down : SHOWER
Example of 47- and of 83-Across : SPADE
Example of 65-Across and 39-Down : FROST
Example of 83- and 22-Across : DIAMOND
Excited cry in a casino : IWON
Farewells in Florence : CIAOS
Fatty acid compound : OLEATE
Film again : RESHOOT
Film critic Christopher : ORR
First lady before Bess : ELEANOR
Flashing lights : STROBES
Fleur-de-___ : LIS
Fussed over, as a grandchild : DOTEDON
Give ___ all : ONES
Guide to studying the night sky : STARMAP
Gulf state : OMAN
Hall of fame : ARSENIO
Heights of achievement : GLORIES
Highest score in baccarat : NINE
Holt of NBC News : LESTER
In view : SEEN
Intentions : AIMS
Intimates : GETSAT
Is disposed : TENDS
Is on the brink : VERGES
It may be grand : FINALE
It’ll knock you out : ETHER
Jay who preceded Jimmy : LENO
Juice drink : ADE
Land in the Seine : ILE
Lang. heard in Haifa : HEB
Lathers (up) : SUDSES
Len of stage and screen : CARIOU
Levin who wrote ‘A Kiss Before Dying’ : IRA
Lightly bite : NIPAT
Like Odin or Thor : NORSE
Like some diplomats : CAREER
Lowest points : NADIRS
Milky gems : OPALS
Money in the bank, e.g : ASSET
Naval engineer : SEABEE
Need for a professional designer : TASTE
Nikon product, for short : SLR
Not esos or estos : OTROS
Obama health law, for short : ACA
Old, clumsy ship : TUB
One of a pair of best friends in Greek legend : DAMON
Opposites of alphas : OMEGAS
Org. for ex-G.I.s : VFW
Org. with a ‘3-1-1’ rule : TSA
Part in an animated film : VOICE
Part of a machine assembly : DRIVEROD
Passed quickly : FLEETED
Privy to : INON
Puts forward : POSITS
Razor brand : ATRA
Richard Strauss opera : SALOME
Ricochet : CAROM
Ruined : UNDONE
Scrub, as a mission : ABORT
Silver, for example, in the opening to TV’s ‘The Lone Ranger’ : REARER
Sired, biblically : BEGOT
Skeptical response : EYEROLL
Some scratchy attire : WOOLENS
Squealer : FINK
Straight : LINEAR
Subsides slowly : EBBS
Take temporarily : BORROW
They may be high in a fallout zone : RADS
They’re often pulled at night : BLINDS
This and that : BOTH
Titter : TEHEE
Toil : LABOR
Torah receptacles : ARKS
Twenty-one words : HITME
Upscale London retailer : HARRODS
Wash’n ___ (towelette brand) : DRI
What ‘Mc-‘ means in a name : SONOF
What scouts gather : INTEL
What trees do in fierce storms : SWAY
When repeated, a Polynesian getaway : BORA
Witherspoon of ‘Legally Blonde’ : REESE
Word of wonder : GOSH
Work unit : DAY
Writer/critic James and family : AGEES
Zip along : GOFAST
___ Barksdale, drug dealer on ‘The Wire’ : AVON
___ Moines : DES
___ Palmas, Spain : LAS
___ the Explorer : DORA

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