New York Times Crossword October 28 2017 Answers

By | October 28, 2017

New York Times Crossword October 28 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, october 28, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 10/28/17 answers :
Phone bill figure : USAGE
Prepare for a purchase return, perhaps : REBOX
Containing element #56 : BARIC
___ worse than death : AFATE
“M,” e.g. : NASAL
Edible parts of lychee nuts and pomegranates : ARILS
To this point, poetically : ERENOW
Puts forward : ASSERTS
1965 movie for which Lee Marvin won an Oscar for playing two different characters : CATBALLOU
Official with the power to annul laws : ABROGATOR
Stirs, as old feelings : REAWAKENS
Container for writing materials, such as fancy stationery : PAPETERIE
Sitting back and thinking “Wow!” : IMPRESSED
When to do crosswords, say : SPARETIME
Markings on a theater stage : TAPELINES
Small pastry with sliced fruit often arranged in concentric circles : APPLETART
Necessity for admitting evidence at a trial : RELEVANCE
Stale quality : TRITENESS
“Just ___” (“Be right with you”) : AMO
It’s not the main story : SUBPLOT
Make rough : COARSEN
Enjoy the music, say : GROOVE
It can get the blood flowing : STENT
Stretch of turf : SWARD
Better informed : WISER
Architectural features of Greco-Roman temples : ANTAE
Some winds : REEDS
Awards for Best Play and others : ESPYS
U.S. Census Bureau designation : URBANAREA
Wrist bones : CARPI
The Vikings, e.g. : SEAFARERS
Crosswise, on a ship : ABEAM
No-nos for cleaning glass stovetops : ABRASIVES
“The Sound of Music” name : TRAPP
Refuse assistance : GOITALONE
Jack of the trump suit, in euchre : BOWER
New York’s state motto : EXCELSIOR
Type of type : AGATE
100 pounds: Abbr. : CWT
Subject of a Minnesota state nickname : LAKES
Catch unaware : STARTLE
Devices for clearing winter sidewalks : SALTERS
Thin and dry : PAPERY
Unification Church member : MOONIE
Puts on : APPLIES
Subleased : RELET
Actor Tognazzi of “La Cage aux Folles” : UGO
One taking un examen : ELEVE
Many doorknobs, faucets, candleholders, etc. : BRASSWARE
A.F.C. South player : TITAN
Dessert go-withs : PORTWINES
Ridiculous : INANE
Get older and slower : LOSEASTEP
Some old Ford cars, briefly : MERCS
Prepared food designation : OVENREADY
1950s politico Kefauver : ESTES
Garment that lacks a waistline : TENTDRESS