New York Times Crossword May 31 2016 Answers

By | May 31, 2016

New York Times Crossword May 31 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on Tue, May 31, 2016 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 Tuesday 31 may 2016 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 5/31/16 answers :
___ and feather = TAR
___ Doubtfire = MRS
___ here! = SAME
___ Maria = AVE
___ Palace (Elsa’s hide-out in “Frozen”) = ICE
11-Down that made “King Kong” = RKO
Adele song with the lyric “I must have called a thousand times” = HELLO
Advantage = EDGE
App with restaurant reviews = YELP
Bobby : U.K. :: ___ : U.S. = COP
Bruce Springsteen’s group = ESTREETBAND
Buffalo’s county = ERIE
Building wing = ELL
Children’s song refrain found at the starts of 17-, 26-, 35-, 50- and 57-Across = EIEIO
Chinese menu general = TSO
Cole Porter classic from “Can-Can” = ILOVEPARIS
Corp. takeover = LBO
Cretan peak: Abbr. = MTIDA
Cushion material for some horse-drawn rides = HAY
Due x tre = SEI
Earring shape = HOOP
Eye irritation = STYE
Fishline material = NYLON
Folkie Phil = OCHS
Frodo’s best friend = SAM
Gather what’s been sown = REAP
Glass of “This American Life” = IRA
Globe shape: Abbr. = SPH
Gotta run! = IMOFF
Gourd-shaped rattles = MARACAS
Home of George W. Bush’s library, for short = SMU
Housefly larva = MAGGOT
I Like ___ (old campaign slogan) = IKE
Informal pronoun = YALL
Ingrid Bergman’s “Casablanca” role = ILSA
Jazz combo, often = TRIO
Joan of art = MIRO
Last movement of a sonata = RONDO
Letters associated with a rainbow flag = LGBT
Like a barbecue pit = ASHY
Lion’s hide-out = DEN
Longtime New York Times film critic = AOSCOTT
Makes happy = PLEASES
Move, in real-estate lingo = RELO
My Big Fat Greek Wedding or “When Harry Met Sally …” = ROMCOM
New Deal prez = FDR
No-no = TABOO
Offensive football lineup = IFORMATION
Oh no! = YIKES
One-millionth of a meter = MICRON
Part of B.Y.O.B. = OWN
Pedicure targets = FEET
Phrase on the back of a buck = EPLURIBUSUNUM
Picture book character lost in a crowd = WALDO
Potty-mouthed = CRUDE
Prego alternative = RAGU
Publicly 34-Across = OUT
Quick on the uptake = ASTUTE
Recurring musical ideas = MOTIFS
Red Balloon painter Paul = KLEE
Reporter’s contact = SOURCE
Respectful term for a conductor = MAESTRO
Rival of Xbox = WII
Rowed = OARED
Scrooge types = MISERS
Sheepskin boot name = UGG
Snack = NOSH
Stir in = ADD
Subject heading for an important email = URGENT
Subject of discussion = TOPIC
Surprise ending, as in “The Gift of the Magi” = OHENRYTWIST
Top-left button on most keyboards = ESC
U.S. state closest to the International Date Line = ALASKA
Unruly crowds = MOBS
Vodka brand = SKYY
What’ve you been ___? = UPTO
Where to find a soundstage = STUDIO
Yadda, yadda, yadda = ETC