New York Times Crossword March 1 2018 Answers

By | March 1, 2018

New York Times Crossword March 1 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, March 1, 2018 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 thursday 1 March 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 3/1/18 answers :
___ budget : ONA
___ Karakum (Asian desert) : ARAL
Annual cinema award : CESAR
Argentine author Jorge ___ Borges : LUIS
Assns. : ORGS
Attacks : HASAT
Awkward period, often : TEENS
Backslide : REGRESS
Baked pasta dish : ZITI
Band with the aptly titled album “Powerage” : ACDC
Blue area on a Risk board : EUROPE
Bohemian : ARTY
Bring about : LEADTO
Bring it on! or “Let’s rumble!” : FIGHTINGWORDS
Castle with famous steps : IRENE
Chewed stimulant in the Mideast : QAT
Classic letter puzzle — or, when parsed differently, a hint to three Down answers in this puzzle : WORDSQUARE
Conservative : TORY
Disharmonize : UNTUNE
Don’t look at me! : NOTI
Dum-dum : YOYO
Entertaining, in a way : WINING
Evening stroll : PASEO
Fictional home in Georgia : TARA
Foot: Lat. : PES
Girl’s name that’s a body part in reverse : RAE
Gritty genre : NOIR
Hardly : SELDOM
Has control over : OWNS
Haute couture inits. : YSL
Honker : NOSE
How some jokes are delivered : WRYLY
Kind of terrier : SKYE
Last-ditch : DOORDIE
Leader in white : POPE
Like goo : ICKY
Literary heroine who says “Even for me life had its gleams of sunshine” : EYRE
Mao Zedong or Mahatma Gandhi : ICON
Monsoonlike : WET
Moving right along … : ANYHOO
Narrow margin : INCH
No mas! : PAS
One might be nervous : TIC
Otherwise : ELSE
Pay a visit : DROPIN
Period when mammals first appeared : TRIASSIC
Place for a marshmallow : CUPOFCOCOA
Playwright Chekhov : ANTON
Potato harvesting aid : HOE
Pre-Olympic event : TORCHRELAY
Product with a pipe on its packaging : DRANO
Pupil surrounder : IRIS
Recommend, as an applicant : PUTINAWORDFOR
Repeat for emphasis : ITERATE
School yardstick, for short : GPA
Shape on a suspension bridge : ARC
Show of brilliance : ECLAT
Sorority letter : ZETA
Spinny billiards shot : MASSE
Spread around : STREW
Strain : SIFT
Take a header : TRIP
Take the top off : SKIM
Taxing subject, briefly? : ECON
Tee shot goof : HOOK
Texter’s qualifier : IMO
Things at the ends of dogs’ legs : PAWS
Treat as a saint : ENHALO
Up (for) or down (for) : GAME
Was on first : OPENED
Where a bowl is set : GRIDIRON
Where many people make connections : OHARE
Wide-brimmed hats : PANAMAS
Writes : PENS
Writing/editing aid : WORDPROCESSOR
Yeah, right : OHSURE