New York Times Crossword May 31 2017 Answers

By | June 1, 2017

New York Times Crossword May 31 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on wednesday, may 31, 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 wednesday 31 may 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 5/31/17 answers :
‘A likely story!’ : IBET
‘All ___’ : RISE
‘For heaven’s ___!’ : SAKE
‘Oh really?’ : THATSO
‘Per hour’ or ‘per mile’ figure : RATE
‘The King and I’ setting : SIAM
‘___ All Over Now’ (Rolling Stones hit) : ITS
*Birdcage feature : PERCH
*Complain : CARP
*Extract with heat, in a way : SMELT
*Shoe part : SOLE
*The Mikado in ‘The Mikado,’ e.g : BASS
*Weapon with a point : PIKE
Area : REALM
Ash, e.g : GRAY
Bank (on) : RELY
Bar sight : STOOL
Barracks sight : COT
Big name in games : HOYLE
Cardiologist’s concern : CLOT
Cast aspersions on, in a way : LIBELED
Corp. milestones : IPOS
Doesn’t disturb : LETSBE
Fancy cracker topping : CAVIAR
Farmyard noise : MOOING
Fire starter? : AIM
Former senator and R.N.C. head Martinez : MEL
Go down : EBB
Hazel eyes, e.g : TRAIT
Hoof, essentially : TOE
Hunky-dory : AOK
Ice Bucket Challenge, in 2014 : FAD
In ___ of : LIEU
Indirect route : BYPATH
It might be bleeped : OATH
Italian city known for its prosciutto and cheese : PARMA
Jacket feature : VENT
Katherine of ’27 Dresses’ : HEIGL
Level : TIER
Like baby food, often : PUREED
Many rural Pennsylvanians : AMISH
Mex. miss : SRTA
Mimic : APE
Name on Chinese restaurant menus : TSO
Neighbor of Quebec : LABRADOR
One following statutes to the letter : LEGALIST
Part of a rocket : CONE
Pickle flavorer : DILL
Poet Silverstein : SHEL
Rapture : JOY
Refrain from singing? : TRALALA
Savings option, for short : IRA
Scare the bejeezus out of : TERRIFY
Short notice? : GLIMPSE
Singer Guthrie : ARLO
Site of a famous eviction : EDEN
Softens : MELTS
Solid orange ball : FIVE
Spa wear : ROBE
Swing successor : BEBOP
Take by force : EXTORT
Take in : REAP
Things hurled at the Olympics : DISCI
Top : APEX
Unsettling feeling : ANGST
W.W. II general Bradley : OMAR
Wandered aimlessly : ROVED
Warning for easily provoked types … or for the answers to the six starred clues? : DONTTAKETHEBAIT
Wears : ERODES
What might tempt the answers to the six starred clues? : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ
What used to be yours? : THINE
Where vows may be taken : ALTAR
Word before (or synonymous with) end : TAIL
Words to live by : CREDO
Yeats’s land : EIRE
You might prepare one for potential investors : DEMO
You, to Yvette : TOI
___ Blaster (toy gun) : NERF