New York Times Crossword September 18 2017 Answers

By | September 18, 2017

New York Times Crossword September 18 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, september 18, 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 september 18 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 9/18/17 answers :
$250, for Mediterranean Avenue, even with a hotel on it : RENT
‘Strangely enough …’ : ODDLY
Agile for one’s age : SPRY
Aids in crime : ABETS
Antonym of 64-Across : MESSY
Attila, for one : HUN
Bombarded, as with snowballs : PELTED
Bottomless pit : ABYSS
Breads served with hummus : PITAS
Characteristic : TRAIT
Chopped : HEWN
Company that bought Kinko’s : FEDEX
Compete (for) : VIE
Convent residents : NUNS
Counterpart to ‘if,’ in computer science : ELSE
Crucial biological molecule : DNA
Dairy animal : COW
Deplorably cowardly : YELLOWBELLIED
Entered quickly : RACEDIN
Ex of Marla and Ivana, informally : THEDONALD
Extremely jealous : GREENEYED
Figure in Greek myth after whom a continent is named : EUROPA
Florida senator Marco : RUBIO
Give off, as rays : EMIT
Go yachting : SAIL
Golf teacher : PRO
Gorillas : APES
Graceful bearing : POISE
Grind, as the teeth : GNASH
Guitarist Clapton : ERIC
Heavens, poetically : ETHER
Highest point : APEX
Holder of a cafeteria meal : TRAY
Holder of an eye or a light bulb : SOCKET
Ice cream drink : SHAKE
In apple-pie order : NEAT
In the slightest : ATALL
In the very act : REDHANDED
Irritable : TESTY
Item under a suit jacket : VEST
Lancelot’s title : SIR
Letters before a pseudonym : AKA
Like some wealthy neighborhoods : GATED
Lima’s land : PERU
Mark permanently : ETCH
Member of Cong : REP
Ogden Nash’s ‘two-l’ beast : LLAMA
One of the seven deadly sins : LUST
Opposite of oui : NON
Picked out of a lineup, informally : IDED
Place between a house and a backyard : PATIO
Place of gladiatorial battle : ARENA
Prepare to be knighted : KNEEL
Qty : AMT
Rich ore sources : LODES
Running behind schedule : LATE
Salary : WAGE
Seized car, for short : REPO
Snack for an athlete : ENERGYBAR
Snow clearers : PLOWS
Spheres : ORBS
Staggers : REELS
Start or end of the Greek spelling of ‘Athena’ : ALPHA
Supplies for Easter 65-Across : DYES
The Times or the Daily News, e.g : PAPER
Things in an Easter basket : EGGS
Three-hour-plus movie, maybe : EPIC
Threw some chips in the pot : ANTED
Times long, long ago : YORE
Truss up : HOGTIE
Unrestrained revelry : ORGY
Visibly tense : WHITEKNUCKLED
Walk-___ (unrecruited athletes) : ONS
You, in the Bible : THOU
___ and starts : FITS
___ nerve (retina attachment) : OPTIC
___ Paulo, Brazil : SAO