New York Times Crossword June 29 2016 Answers

By | June 29, 2016

New York Times Crossword June 29 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on wednesday, June 29, 2016 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 6/29/16 answers :
___ bisschen (not much: Ger.) : EIN
___ Boy (1960s cartoon series) : ASTRO
___ night (bar attraction) : TRIVIA
100 points, to a jeweler : CARAT
Abbr. in cartography : MTN
Actor Beatty : NED
Balm : SALVE
Blanc who voiced Daffy Duck : MEL
Book bag part : STRAP
Brand once billed as “the soap of beautiful women” : CAMAY
Call inadvertently, in a way : BUTTDIAL
Cardinals, in stats : ARI
Cellphone, to a Brit : MOBILE
Clandestine network : SPYRING
Deleted : ERASED
Despised figure in “Fiddler on the Roof” : TSAR
Drop the ball onstage : MISSACUE
Easy gait : LOPE
Eggshell shade : ECRU
Emerson or Dickinson : COLLEGE
Et ___ (and others) : ALIA
Evincing discomfort : PAINED
Fire residue : ASH
Flabbergast : BOWLOVER
Fodder’s place, but not a mudder’s : SILO
Fuel economy org. : EPA
Goal : END
Hair goop : GELEE
Half of Hispaniola : HAITI
Have bills : OWE
It carries no charge : DEADBATTERY
It’s complimentary : RAVEREVIEW
It’s free : EMPTYCHAIR
It’s on the house : WEATHERVANE
Itsy-bitsy : WEE
Jerk : ASS
Like feet after a long trek : LEADEN
Modern aid in anthropology : DNA
Mr. Potato Head piece : EAR
Natty neckwear : ASCOT
Neighbor of Peru: Abbr. : BOL
Not required : OPTIONAL
Objects of religious veneration in ancient Egypt : IBISES
Opposite of baja : ALTA
Opposite of exciting : BLAH
Outer space’s lack : AIR
Overplay : HAMUP
Overplay : EMOTE
Panacea : CUREALL
Part of many a general’s statue : STEED
Pub offering : BREW
Pub offering : ALE
Pub offering : SUDS
Range of the von Trapp singers : ALPS
Regretted : RUED
Serious punch : BLOW
Signs of healing : SCABS
Soft rock? : MAGMA
Some New Zealanders : MAORIS
Some sound equipment : AMPS
Some vents : SLITS
That’s all ___ wrote : SHE
Thinly distributed : SPARSE
Thomas Gray’s “___ on the Spring” : ODE
Tooth that turns : COG
Trees with red berrylike fruit : YEWS
Try one’s utmost : DIGDEEP
Unhung paintings : MURALS
Usher’s destination : SEAT
Weaken, as confidence : ERODE
What fun! : OHBOY
Who sings “A Little Brains, A Little Talent” in “Damn Yankees” : LOLA
Wild guesses : STABS
Work in which Dido died : AENEID
Worker at Omnicom Group : ADMAN
You beat me : ILOST