New York Times Crossword June 2 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword June 2 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, june 2, 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 friday 2 june 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 6/2/17 answers :
‘Dream on!’ : HAH
‘No clue’ : IMATALOSS
‘Pain at another’s good,’ per Plutarch : ENVY
‘This is gonna be amazing!’ : ICANTWAIT
Abbr. for Lucasfilm : LTD
Assigned, as to do charity work, in modern lingo : VOLUNTOLD
Be short : OWE
Bears : HAS
Bit by bit : PIECEMEAL
Boston ___ : POPS
Cher or Adele, e.g : ALTO
Churchill Downs, to horse racing fans : MECCA
Close attention, in brief : TLC
Company once named Socony-Vacuum : MOBIL
Constantly wanting more : INSATIATE
Control tower projection, for short : ETA
Court finales : MATCHPOINTS
Cousin of a polecat : COON
Dazzling figure skating feat : QUAD
Do some plot work : MOW
Dressage concern : GAIT
Dry out : PARCH
Easily disgusted : SQUEAMISH
Eldest of the Pleiades : MAIA
Follower of fire or bombs : AWAY
Get at : IMPLY
Get rid of : ERASE
Go down : ABATE
Gorgeous, to Giorgio : BELLA
Group of horses? : EQUUS
Guitarist Hendrix : JIMI
He joined the 52-Across in 2004 : ONEAL
Heartbeat : SEC
It’ll give a chip zip : SALSA
Its logo features a flaming ball : MIAMIHEAT
Main villain in ‘The Phantom Menace’ : DARTHMAUL
along the Euphrates : IRAQI
Modicum : JOT
Not the movable type : STOIC
One devoted to Mary? : LAMB
One to one, say : TIE
One who might target four minutes : MILER
Ones up in arms? : BABES
Opposite of narrow : WIDEN
Palmlike tropical plant : CYCAD
Pass : ENACT
Pity party cry : WOEISME
Plasma, for one : STATE
Probate figure : HEIR
Queen’s ‘We Are the Champions,’ vis-à-vis ‘We Will Rock You’ : SIDEA
Relative of ‘die’ : LES
Sally Field’s role in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ : AUNTMAY
Sandy islet : CAY
Shakespeare’s Shylock, for one : SCAPEGOAT
Simple, simple, simple : ASEASYASPIE
Smallest infinite cardinal number : ALEPHNULL
So-called ‘battery acid’ : LSD
Some execs : VPS
Sound in a storm : CLAP
Stingers from a gun : BBS
Striking : VIVID
Susceptible : PRONE
Title role player in 2013’s ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ : IDRISELBA
Uber app abbr : AVE
Unleash upon : LETAT
Unwaveringly committed to : DEADSETON
Vacancy sign? : STARE
Wendy’s burger for ‘discerning carnivores’ : BACONATOR
What Willy Loman was in : SALES
Words after ‘Stuck’ or ‘High’ in hit song titles : ONYOU
Worker always seen with a beard : MALLSANTA
___-de-sac : CUL