New York Times Crossword November 6 2017 Answers

By | November 6, 2017

New York Times Crossword November 6 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, November 6, 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 monday 6 November 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 11/6/17 answers :
‘Heads or tails!’ : CALLIT
‘Star Wars’ queen : AMIDALA
‘There’s a mouse!’ : EEK
*Condition with feet turned inward : PIGEONTOES
*Foolish sort : HAREBRAIN
*How a tot rides on someone’s shoulders : PIGGYBACK
*Out-of-vogue hairstyle akin to a mullet : RATTAIL
*Really something, with ‘the’ : BEESKNEES
*Signs of a much-used book : DOGEARS
*Two ones, in dice : SNAKEEYES
Acorn, for one : NUT
Almost vertical, as a slope : STEEP
Andy’s boy on ‘The Andy Griffith Show’ : OPIE
Camping stake : TENTPEG
Chick-___-A : FIL
City planner’s map : PLAT
Ctrl-___-Del : ALT
Deals with a problem : COPES
Diatribe : TIRADE
Driller in R.O.T.C., maybe: Abbr : SGT
Drug cop : NARC
Dynamism : PEP
Feature of the word ‘psalm’ or ‘pterodactyl’ : SILENTP
Fib : LIE
Frozen waffle brand : EGGO
Fuel additive brand : STP
Gooey road cover : TAR
Have the attention of : ENGAGE
Hereditary : GENETIC
Historical period : ERA
Humble response to ‘How do you do it all?’ : IMANAGE
Inventor dubbed ‘The Wizard of Menlo Park’ : EDISON
It is ‘full of genius, full of the divinity,’ per Henry David Thoreau : NATURE
Japanese pond swimmer : KOI
Kids’ batting game : TBALL
Knitting material : YARN
Layered Austrian pastry : STRUDEL
Like a centaur or faun … or a hint to the answer to each of this puzzle’s starred clues : PARTANIMAL
Like a G.I. cleaning up after a meal, maybe : ONKP
Made irate : ANGERED
Mature, as wine : AGE
Miscellany : OLIO
Monsoon events : RAINS
Nashville’s home: Abbr : TENN
Nike competitor : REEBOK
Nobel laureate Wiesel : ELIE
Nurse, as a drink : SIP
On the market, as a house : FORSALE
Polite plea to a parent : COULDI
Psychedelic drug, briefly : LSD
Race of people in ‘The Time Machine’ : ELOI
Result of three strikes : OUT
Sea, to Debussy : MER
Sierra ___ (African land) : LEONE
Speak grandly : ORATE
Speaks with a hoarse voice : RASPS
Start of a play : ACTONE
Suffix with Caesar : EAN
Suffix with nectar or elephant : INE
Summer vacation lodging : COTTAGE
Team with the most World Series victories : YANKEES
The ‘L’ of L.A.P.D : LOS
The ‘N’ of TNT : NITRO
Thick piece of concrete : SLAB
Those getting excited when thinking? : NEURONS
Transoceanic alliance since 1949 : NATO
Unit of work : ERG
Vegas machines : SLOTS
Washington’s ___ Sound : PUGET
Western tribe member : UTE
What ‘compares 2 U’ in a 1990 #1 Sinead O’Connor hit : NOTHING
What X equals in Roman numerals : TEN
When doubled, an African fly : TSE
Yale student, informally : ELI