New York Times Crossword February 6 2018 Answers

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New York Times Crossword February 6 2018 Answers

  • ‘Fingers crossed!’
  • ‘O.K., tell me more’
  • ‘Sorry, Charlie!’
  • Amazing, in slang
  • American-made sports car with a V-10 engine
  • Andean capital
  • Arriver’s cry
  • Audi rival
  • Bass, e.g
  • Blog entries
  • Bud
  • Closemouthed
  • Common fishing spot
  • Commotion
  • Crow
  • Cute, in modern slang
  • Dim with tears
  • Dismiss abruptly
  • Eat stylishly
  • Exhaust
  • Favoritism
  • Film character who says ‘Give yourself to the dark side’
  • Films on a grand scale
  • From the beginning: Lat
  • Give in
  • How many TV shows are shown nowadays
  • If a > b and b > c, then a > c, e.g
  • Item in Santa’s bag
  • Kind of lily
  • Letter before tee
  • Like nylon stockings
  • Like the architecture of many cathedrals
  • Loud commotion
  • Lowest point for Americans?
  • Mel who was the first N.L.’er to hit 500 home runs
  • Mistakenly
  • More or less, informally
  • Mount that has an insurance company named after it
  • Nosy sort
  • Not just one or the other
  • Online greeting
  • Openly gay
  • Org. that sticks to its guns?
  • Plains Indian
  • Poll worker’s request
  • Posted announcement at a theater entrance
  • Pourer’s instruction
  • Prefix with center
  • Prefix with commute
  • Prototype, maybe
  • Put some money away
  • Rapscallion
  • Replies to an invitation
  • Reply to a ques
  • Road worker
  • Rx detail
  • Sign on a real or virtual pet
  • SoCal daily
  • Solvers’ cries
  • Some schlumpy male physiques
  • Southernmost of the Ivies
  • Storage tower
  • The Tigers of the A.C.C
  • Tricky … or a tricky description of 18-, 29-, 36-, 48- and 59-Across
  • Visibly blushing
  • Wicked cool
  • Winter solstice mo
  • Words and phrases that sound approximately alike, like ‘ice scream’ and ‘I scream’
  • Year, in Spain
  • Yeshiva leader
  • Zig or zag
  • [This tastes awful!]
  • ___ Accords (1990s peace agreements)
  • ___ bran
  • ___ room (postdebate area)
  • ___ Wilcox, daughter in E. M. Forster’s ‘Howards End’