New York Times Crossword September 16 2017 Answers

By | September 16, 2017

New York Times Crossword September 16 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, september 16, 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 saturday september 16 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 9/16/17 answers :
“Do my eyes deceive me?” : ISTHATYOU
“Morning ___” : JOE
“Officer, that’s the thief!” : ARRESTHIM
“Run that by me again” : IDONTGETIT
“Star Trek: T.N.G.” role : TROI
“That’s some boyfriend you have” : HESAKEEPER
“The noblest hateful love that ___ I heard of”: “Troilus and Cressida” : EER
“The O.C.” protagonist : RYAN
1950s TV personality who appeared in “Grease” : SIDCAESAR
A parent may tell a child to watch it : TONE
Alternative to Chanel No. 5 : ESTEE
Andrew Wyeth’s “The ___ Pictures” : HELGA
Animal form of Harry Potter’s Patronus : STAG
Application requirement, maybe : ESSAY
Area worth the most bonus troops in the game Risk : ASIA
Attached, in a way : TIEDON
Attraction in Bath, England : SPA
Beat : THROB
Belly laughs : YUKS
Blind followers : SHEEP
Celebration after a run? : CASTPARTY
Check out : VET
Checks off on : OKS
Communication device for the deaf: Abbr. : TTY
Cry at a Real Madrid game : GOL
Current regulator : RHEOSTAT
Dangerous thing to cross : ENEMYLINES
Door part often fitted with an alarm : PANICBAR
Fair competition : POTATORACE
Fireplace receptacles : ASHPITS
Fizzy vitamin supplement : EMERGENC
Flags : SAGS
Flaps : HOOHAS
Flash : TRICE
Gentle farewell : GOINPEACE
Gets better : HEALS
Gourd also known as a vegetable pear : CHAYOTE
Grandmother, in dialect : MEEMAW
Guarantee of the Sixth Amendment : ATTORNEY
He “wept with all six eyes,” per Dante : SATAN
Hill of ___, site of Ireland’s Lia F�il : TARA
Hunkered down : LAYLOW
It holds the world record for most passengers on a commercial airliner [1,088] : ELAL
Kind of place for the summer? : ONES
Like the middle of Australia : ARID
Low-stress address? : EASYSTREET
Many 1920s Harper’s Bazaar covers : ERTES
Neighbor of Iran: Abbr. : PAK
One for the money? : PRO
Plucky words? : SHELOVESME
Poor work habit : SLOTH
Popular ABC reality show starting in 2009 : SHARKTANK
Prefix with gender : CIS
Pressing need : STARCH
Recipe amount : DASH
Relig. affiliation of more than six million Americans : LDS
Request for an island getaway? : SOS
Roll around : WALLOW
Sea as in Cannes? : MER
Shylock’s daughter in “The Merchant of Venice” : JESSICA
Slakes : SATES
Small suits : SPEEDOS
Some signals from pitchers : NODS
Something to watch : THEGAP
Subject of Noam Chomsky’s “American Power and the New Mandarins,” briefly : NAM
They try to get into your head : PSYOPS
Underground activity in the ’50s : ATESTS
Who’s depicted in Russia’s “Bronze Horseman” statue : PETERI
Young stud? : COLT