New York Times Crossword May 24 2017 Answers

By | May 24, 2017

New York Times Crossword May 24 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on wednesday, may 24, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 5/24/17 answers :
[LOL] : HAHA
___ psychology : POP
___ You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? : ARE
20th-century author famous for her journals : NIN
Actor Buddy of “The Beverly Hillbillies” : EBSEN
Actress Lollobrigida : GINA
Aids for football kickers : TEES
Annabel Lee poet : POE
Anxiety, to a plumber? : SINKINGFEELING
Athos, Porthos and Aramis, e.g. : TRIO
Atom in any salt : ION
Audibly appalled : AGASP
Babe in the woods : NAIF
Black ball : EIGHT
Body-scanning grp. : TSA
Booths are set up in them : TOLLROADS
Brain part : LOBE
Brief siesta : NAP
Broadway’s “Mamma ___!” : MIA
Caps Lock, e.g. : KEY
Choice for a par 5 hole, often : WOOD
Comes up short, say : LOSES
Contents of a presidential briefing : INTEL
Corners : TREES
Dazzle : AWE
Espy or Emmy : AWARD
Exclamation from Homer : DOH
Exhausted, as a plumber? : ALLTAPPEDOUT
Furniture store display : SOFAS
Game of Thrones family name : STARK
Give the O.K. : LET, NODTO
Gung-ho : PSYCHED
Have some trouble focusing : SEEDOUBLE
Having one’s wisdom teeth pulled, e.g. : AGONY
High-airfare season, for short : XMAS
Homer’s father : ABE
How sloppy kissers kiss : WETLY
In the ___ of : MIDST
Initialism whose third initial often isn’t true : IMHO
It’s used to pave the way : ASPHALT
Lament : RUE
Lang. course : ENG
Letter carrier at Hogwarts : OWL
Loafing around : IDLE
Major river starting in SE Switzerland : RHINE
Makeup maker : AVON
Marked (out) : EXED
Maybe ask someone else : IMNOTSURE
Mrs. Truman : BESS
Nasty person : MEANY
Not dull : SHARP
One doing sketch work? : GAGWRITER
Outlook function : EMAIL
Part of MoMA : ART
Part of r.p.m. : PER
Person who’s all pretense : PHONY
Place across the back of a chair, perhaps : DRAPE
Places to hang holiday lights : EAVES
Poetic contraction : OER
Rabid fan : NUT
Recipient of a ticker-tape parade, maybe : HERO
Rio dance : SAMBA
Sierra Nevada, for one : ALE
Some armory contents : RIFLES
Sounds made during medical checkups : AHS
Squabble : ARGUE
Steamship workers : STOKERS
Tear to pieces : REND
The deadly sins, e.g. : SEPTET
Type : ILK
Used, although one can hardly tell : LIKENEW
Vacillates, as a plumber? : RUNSHOTANDCOLD
Voluminous ref. work : OED
Wasted, to a plumber? : DOWNTHEDRAIN
Whiskey drink : SOUR