New York Times Crossword Answers - Nov 3 2018



___-de-sac crossword clue
[Yawn] crossword clue
Word with game or building crossword clue
When to start on a course crossword clue
U.S. women's soccer star Megan ___ crossword clue
Tucker out, in a way crossword clue
Tried to follow crossword clue
Thick, as toilet tissue crossword clue
Stuck crossword clue
Sporty Pontiac of old crossword clue
South Pole discoverer Amundsen crossword clue
Some malicious programs crossword clue
Small part crossword clue
Singer in Jewish services crossword clue
Showed signs of congestion, maybe crossword clue
Shepherds, in the Bible crossword clue
Resists change crossword clue
Rapper with the 5x platinum album '... And Then There Was X' crossword clue
Press secretary who inspired C. J. Cregg of 'The West Wing' crossword clue
Political organization crossword clue
Party leader crossword clue
Part of R.S.V.P crossword clue
Ordinary joe crossword clue
Ones not calling the shots? crossword clue
One-footed creature crossword clue
One letting you know before going for a bite? crossword clue
Nick name crossword clue
Morale-boosting grp crossword clue
Millennials, by another name crossword clue
Members of familles crossword clue
MacFarlane of 'American Dad!' crossword clue
Low crossword clue
Lovingly, in scores crossword clue
Little put-down crossword clue
Light crimson crossword clue
Less stressed crossword clue
Le Pen pal? crossword clue
Jaguar's coat, e.g crossword clue
Intolerant crossword clue
International treaty subject crossword clue
Hobble crossword clue
Graduate of a Red Cross training course, for short crossword clue
Go along with crossword clue
First name of two Wimbledon winners in the 1980s and '90s crossword clue
Exorcism, e.g crossword clue
Deals crossword clue
Dark and forbidding crossword clue
Company that once had tremendous 'quarterly' profits? crossword clue
Classified crossword clue
Classic blues song with the line 'I'd rather be dead than to stay here and be your dog' crossword clue
Chest part, informally crossword clue
Capital of the U.S. from 1785 to 1790, in brief crossword clue
Baby during its first four weeks crossword clue
Apple ___ crossword clue
Addictive pain reliever crossword clue
1998 Paul Simon/Derek Walcott musical, with 'The' crossword clue
'Seriously?!' crossword clue
'I Am ___' (2013 best-selling autobiography) crossword clue
'Full Frontal With Samantha Bee' network crossword clue
'Fiddler on the Roof' Oscar nominee crossword clue
'Do something funny!' crossword clue
'Crime and Punishment' setting crossword clue
___-de-sac
[Yawn]
Word with game or building
When to start on a course
U.S. women's soccer star Megan ___
Tucker out, in a way
Tried to follow
Thick, as toilet tissue
Stuck
Sporty Pontiac of old
South Pole discoverer Amundsen
Some malicious programs
Small part
Singer in Jewish services
Showed signs of congestion, maybe
Shepherds, in the Bible
Resists change
Rapper with the 5x platinum album '... And Then There Was X'
Press secretary who inspired C. J. Cregg of 'The West Wing'
Political organization
Party leader
Part of R.S.V.P
Ordinary joe
Ones not calling the shots?
One-footed creature
One letting you know before going for a bite?
Nick name
Morale-boosting grp
Millennials, by another name
Members of familles
MacFarlane of 'American Dad!'
Low
Lovingly, in scores
Little put-down
Light crimson
Less stressed
Le Pen pal?
Jaguar's coat, e.g
Intolerant
International treaty subject
Hobble
Graduate of a Red Cross training course, for short
Go along with
First name of two Wimbledon winners in the 1980s and '90s
Exorcism, e.g
Deals
Dark and forbidding
Company that once had tremendous 'quarterly' profits?
Classified
Classic blues song with the line 'I'd rather be dead than to stay here and be your dog'
Chest part, informally
Capital of the U.S. from 1785 to 1790, in brief
Baby during its first four weeks
Apple ___
Addictive pain reliever
1998 Paul Simon/Derek Walcott musical, with 'The'
'Seriously?!'
'I Am ___' (2013 best-selling autobiography)
'Full Frontal With Samantha Bee' network
'Fiddler on the Roof' Oscar nominee
'Do something funny!'
'Crime and Punishment' setting

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