New York Times Crossword June 5 2017 Answers

By | June 5, 2017

New York Times Crossword June 5 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, june 5, 2017 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 5 june 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 6/5/17 answers :
‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ star : HARRISONFORD
‘Shame on you!’ : TSK
‘The Farmer in the ___’ : DELL
‘Tickle Me’ doll : ELMO
‘Ver-r-ry interesting!’ : WELLNOW
‘Xanadu’ band, for short : ELO
‘___ whillikers!’ : GEE
102, in ancient Rome : CII
11-Down symbol : LION
A sensible sort : NOFOOL
Alka-Seltzer sound : PLOP
Announce : DECLARE
Apply gently, as cream : DAB
As required, after ‘if’ : NEEDBE
At least : NOLESS
Bad thing to blow … or what each of the circled letters in this puzzle represents : TIRE
Ballet footwear : TOESHOE
Biblical brother with a birthright : ESAU
Blade in a sporting match : EPEE
Blue hues : INDIGOS
Brief brawl : SETTO
Busy bee in Apr : CPA
Campus bigwig : DEAN
Casual calls : YOOHOOS
Citrus peels : ZESTS
Classic art subject : NUDE
Common game in a school gym : DODGEBALL
Common Market letters : EEC
Craggy peak : TOR
Deep-frying need : HOTOIL
Doofus : BOZO
Download for a Kindle : EBOOK
Dummy at a protest march : EFFIGY
Early radio transmitter : TESLACOIL
Elton John/Tim Rice Broadway musical : AIDA
Email address ending for a student : EDU
Figure of speech : TROPE
Freeze : ICEUP
Geezer : COOT
Greek counterpart to Mars : ARES
Greek H’s : ETAS
Hard-to-hit pitches : HIGHCS
Highest possible grade : APLUS
How some ground balls are fielded : ONAHOP
In the thick of : AMID
Inventor Whitney : ELI
Lacking sense : INANE
Lasso loop : NOOSE
Leave standing at the altar : JILT
Letter after ‘ar’ : ESS
Letter after 22-Across : TEE
Like a sorry-looking dog : MANGY
Longtime news inits : UPI
Never left the bench, say : SAT
Norway’s capital : OSLO
Oil cartel : OPEC
One-cent coin since 1909 : LINCOLNPENNY
Part of ‘business,’ phonetically : SILENTI
Paternity identifier : DNA
Prepare, as tea : BREW
Pursue, as in tag : CHASE
Rice dish : PILAF
Shed old feathers : MOLT
Sign between Cancer and Virgo : LEO
Some whistle blowers : REFS
Soothing succulents : ALOES
Stackable cookies : OREOS
The ‘one’ in a one-two : JAB
Tiny : WEE
Tragic clown in ‘Pagliacci’ : CANIO
Trucker on a radio : CBER
U2’s lead singer : BONO
Useful item for finding a lost pet : IDCHIP
Very thin, as clouds : WISPY
Vow from a bride or groom : IDO
Walks in water up to one’s ankles, say : WADES
Wash oneself : BATHE
Without purpose : IDLY