New York Times Crossword March 12 2018 Answers

By | March 12, 2018

New York Times Crossword March 12 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, March 12, 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 monday 12 March 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 3/12/18 answers :
‘Allow me’ : ICANHELP
‘Heavens to Betsy!’ : EGAD
‘I am, you ___, he is’ : ARE
‘Star Wars Episode IV’ subtitle : ANEWHOPE
‘Two mints in one’ sloganeer : CERTS
‘When it’s ___’ (answer to an old riddle) : AJAR
‘___ Tú’ (1974 song) : ERES
*Black face card whose face is seen in profile : JACKOFSPADES
*Comic character on a gum wrapper : BAZOOKAJOE
*Monster outsmarted by Odysseus : POLYPHEMUS
*Rat Pack member who sang and danced : SAMMYDAVISJR
Actor Morales of ‘La Bamba’ : ESAI
Aerosol spray : MIST
Amounts in a hypodermic needle : DOSES
Ancient Greek market : AGORA
Architect Saarinen : EERO
Biter of Cleopatra : ASP
Blood-related : HEMAL
Blow, as a volcano : ERUPT
Blow, as from a volcano : SPEW
Boyfriend : BEAU
Brief moments, briefly : SECS
Bygone times : YORE
Cancel at Cape Canaveral : ABORT
Cheat : COZEN
Classic paintings : OILS
Complain querulously : CARP
Dawn, to Donne : MORN
Drivers doing 90, say : SPEEDERS
February has the fewest of them : DAYS
Folk legend Pete : SEEGER
Former Israeli P.M. Yitzhak : RABIN
Frighten : SCARE
Handled, as a task : SAWTO
Harvest : REAP
Hawaiian goose : NENE
Hero who’s neither a bird nor a plane : SUPERMAN
Highly off-putting : ICKY
Indian queen : RANI
Indy or Daytona : RACEWAY
Left page in a book : VERSO
Lessen : ABATE
Like clothes in the hamper : DIRTY
Nolo contendere, e.g : PLEA
Parisian mother : MERE
Part of a list with bullets : ITEM
Parts missing from the Venus de Milo : ARMS
Parts with irises : UVEAS
Pilgrim to Mecca : HADJI
Prop for Sherlock Holmes : PIPE
Saint known for translating the Bible into Latin : JEROME
Satanic : EVIL
Scam : FRAUD
See 39-Across : EYE
Servant in ‘Young Frankenstein’ : IGOR
Shakespeare’s stream : AVON
Spanish king : REY
Sport originally part of a Shinto ritual : SUMO
Spread, as people in a search party : FANOUT
Squished circle : OVAL
Stallion’s mate : MARE
Start of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ : OSAY
Steinem who co-founded Ms. magazine : GLORIA
Swimmers’ units : LAPS
Tack on : APPEND
Ten: Prefix : DECA
The Colonel’s restaurant : KFC
The Lone Ranger’s Silver and others : STEEDS
Things learned in ‘The Alphabet Song’ : ABCS
Tin lizzies : MODELTS
Toilet paper layers, e.g : PLIES
Two-time Oscar-nominated actress Lanchester : ELSA
What hairy dogs do in the spring : SHED
What two fives are change for : ATEN
With 32-Across, what the answers to the starred clues each have : ONE
With mouth wide open : AGAPE