New York Times Crossword March 2 2017 Answers

By | March 2, 2017

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

New York Times Crossword 3/2/17 answers :
A, in Iberia : UNA
Ancient Iranian : MEDE
Andalucía’s land : ESPANA
Argentine footballer : MESSI
Bad-smelling animal : SKUNK
Blasting material : TNT
Blends or conglomerates : UNITES
Brash and belligerent : PUSHY
Caucasus capital : TBILISI
Checkup imperative : SAYAH
Color like indigo : BLUE
Conquered insomnia : SLEPT
Cornering challenges : ESSES
Country with voodooists : HAITI
Deck with a Justice card : TAROT
Doesn’t do anything : IDLES
Dwellings for castaways : HUTS
Effortless quality : EASE
Emulates Nicholson : ACTS
End of the question is … : ADOUBLEDACTYL
Fastest Olympian : USAINBOLT
Feel some repentance for : RUE
Footwear with lozenges : ARGYLESOCK
Garbage disposal site : DUMP
Handle adversity : COPE
Having a benefit : OFUSE
Having more clumpiness : CAKIER
Here’s what the answer is … : EMILYDICKINSON
How’m I doin’? pol : EDKOCH
Ice hockey’s Robitaille : LUC
Idaho motto word : ESTO
In the posterior : HIND
Island with Diamond Head : OAHU
Issa of comedy : RAE
Letters for Out readers : LGBT
Make, in arithmetic : ARE
Medical sorcerer : SHAMAN
More of the question is … : HASANAMETHATS
Mug in a rathskeller : STEIN
Muscle maneuverer : OSTEOPATH
Muslim minority : SHIA
Nervous and fidgety : ANTSY
Notice the absence of : MISS
One in a jury box : PEER
Oompah-pah instrument : TUBA
Org. for the Pelicans : NBA
Paraprofessional : AIDE
Part of a tennis match : SET
Payment for tenancy : RENT
Physics class eponym : VOLTA
Place known for pampering : SPA
Place to play Centipede : ARCADE
Pose in an interview : ASK
Proven as accurate : SHOWN
Pungently odorous : ACRID
Quarrel or fight about : DISPUTE
Rainy day rarity : TAXI
Really quite taken with : ATTACHEDTO
SoHo’s metropolis : NYC
Sound from a meadowland : MOO
Speak indecisively : HEM
Start of a question is … : WHATFAMOUSPOET
Starter of limericks : THERE
Thomas the clockmaker : SETH
Toodles, in Twickenham : TATA
Tool for a lumberjack : AXE
Total for scorekeepers : TALLY
Troubadour offering : LAY
Wife in “The Godfather” : KAY
Winger of “Shadowlands” : DEBRA
Words of enlightenment : ISEE
Youngest Gabor sister : EVA
Yugoslav dictator : TITO
Zero, in soccer scores : NIL