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2 Jan 22, Sunday, NY Times Crossword Answers

2 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Solutions

2 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Answers Across

  • 1 Game option represented by a flat palm : PAPER
  • 6 Singer with the 2016 #1 album “A Seat at the Table” : SOLANGE
  • 13 Disney queen : ELSA
  • 17 Not clash : AGREE
  • 18 Front lines? : FOREWORD
  • 19 Said without saying : GOT AT
  • 21 CERISE + LAVENDER = certain baby animals : REINDEER CALVES
  • 23 God sometimes depicted with green skin : OSIRIS
  • 25 State in which “Parks & Recreation” is set: Abbr. : IND
  • 26 Pull some strings, maybe? : TUNE
  • 27 Clinches : ICES
  • 29 Chip away at : ERODE
  • 30 Employee on an airline or cruise ship : STEWARD
  • 32 CORAL + GOLD = pet store purchase : DOG COLLAR
  • 36 Veto : NIX
  • 37 ___ stick : POGO
  • 38 Quarterback who holds the N.F.L. record for most consecutive games started (297) : FAVRE
  • 39 “You’re on!” : IT’S A BET!
  • 41 Train set : CARS
  • 42 Tailor, maybe : ALTER
  • 43 One-named singer with the album “Lovers Rock” : SADE
  • 45 Lipstick choice : NUDE
  • 46 AMBER + GREEN = imported brew : GERMAN BEER
  • 48 Final Fantasy character who shares his name with a U.S. city : RENO
  • 49 Sashay, say : STRUT
  • 50 ___ B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting : IDA
  • 51 A bunch : LOADS
  • 52 PEAR + CRIMSON = fighting group : MARINE CORPS
  • 54 Bottle flipping in the mid-2010s, e.g. : FAD
  • 55 Hospital settings, briefly : ERS
  • 56 Poster board? : FORUM
  • 57 Max’s opposite : MIN
  • 58 Bo or bonsai : TREE
  • 60 LIME + MAGENTA = visualization : MENTAL IMAGE
  • 64 [“You’re still talking?”] : [YAWN]
  • 68 Subj. of some collegiate bragging : GPA
  • 70 Actor Gallagher : AIDAN
  • 71 Go astray : ERR
  • 73 “Herc could stop a show / Point him at a monster and you’re talking ___” (lyric in Disney’s “Hercules”) : SRO
  • 74 RUST + SCARLET = celestial group : STAR CLUSTER
  • 78 Daughter in the comic strip “FoxTrot” : PAIGE
  • 80 Cha chaan teng serving : TEA
  • 81 Plot problems : HOLES
  • 82 Dis-tressed : BALD
  • 83 CREAM + PEACH = nonviolent protest : PEACE MARCH
  • 85 Plantings lining the Literary Walk in Central Park : ELMS
  • 86 Skier’s accessory : POLE
  • 87 Many an art print, briefly : LITHO
  • 88 “No injuries here” : I’M OK
  • 89 2019 space film : AD ASTRA
  • 91 B’s in math? : BETAS
  • 92 Devotee, informally : STAN
  • 93 A ways : FAR
  • 94 TEAL + OCHER = breakfast option : HOT CEREAL
  • 97 Absolves : LETS OFF
  • 100 Fisher of 2018’s “Eighth Grade” : ELSIE
  • 102 One towering over the rest of the field? : SILO
  • 103 Actress Rooney : MARA
  • 104 ___ Giedroyc, co-host of “The Great British Bake Off” : MEL
  • 105 Nappy : U.K. :: ___ : U.S. : DIAPER
  • 107 MAUVE + TANGERINE = restaurant handout : VEGETARIAN MENU
  • 112 African antelope : ELAND
  • 113 Frenzied : IN A PANIC
  • 114 Goddess who turned Picus into a woodpecker : CIRCE
  • 115 Throws in : ADDS
  • 116 Unbelievable rumors : CANARDS
  • 117 Takes the edge off : EASES

2 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Answers Down

1 2024 Olympics host : PARIS
2 Deal maker : AGENT
3 Christopher Street Day celebration : PRIDE PARADE
4 Still, for a poet : E’EN
5 Outlet store come-on : RED TAG SALE
6 Miffed : SORE
7 Fantasy creature whose name is an anagram of another fantasy creature : ORC
8 Rural setting : LEA
9 What’s the point of leatherwork? : AWL
10 Newcomer : NOVICE
11 Artist El ___ : GRECO
12 “The motor industry’s Titanic,” per a 1994 book : EDSEL
13 Nwodim of “S.N.L.” : EGO
14 Ne’er-do-wells : LOSERS
15 Keep from sticking, say : STIR
16 “Wait for It” singer in “Hamilton” : AARON BURR
18 Stave (off) : FEND
20 Got ready for guests, in a way : TIDIED UP
22 Prefix with centric or vision : EURO-
24 Volleyball teams, e.g. : SEXTETS
28 Lost traction while driving over : SLID ON
31 Sinuous dance that emulates a creature : WORM
32 3/4 and 7/8, e.g. : DATES
33 Done : OVER
34 Hound sound : GRR!
35 Homophone of the sum of this clue number’s digits : ATE
38 Took off : FLED
40 Who says “That I did love thee, Caesar, O, ’tis true” : ANTONY
41 Wood in some incense : CEDAR
42 Bring down : ABASE
43 Truth ___ : SERUM
44 “Jung at heart” persona? : ANIMA
46 Talent : GIFT
47 Par for the course : NORMAL
48 ___ to go : RARIN’
49 Chemistry, for one: Abbr. : SCI
52 Grinding tooth : MOLAR
53 Come out : EMERGE
56 High on marijuana, in slang : FADED
59 Way to go : EGRESS
61 Twangy, as a singer : NASAL
62 “Us,” “It” or “Her” : TITLE
63 Progressive alternative : GEICO
65 Ones doing stellar work : ASTRONOMERS
66 Total : WRECK
67 One arranging for flood insurance? : NOAH
69 Parts of many gaming rigs : PCS
72 Payment sent : REMITTANCE
74 In a bundle, as documents : SHEAFED
75 Wasn’t straight : TOLD A LIE
76 Culinary phrase after “pollo” or “scaloppine” : AL MARSALA
77 Vessels hunted by K-ships : U-BOATS
78 Element in many henna designs : PETAL
79 “I’m in heaven!” sounds : AAHS
83 Doner kebab bread : PITA
84 Latin 101 word : AMAS
86 For : PRO
87 Film director ___ Isaac Chung : LEE
90 “That’s it” : THE END
91 Heavy footwear choice : BROGAN
92 Evening in Italy : SERA
95 Car model name made entirely of Roman numerals : CIVIC
96 Novelist Ferrante : ELENA
97 Of the flock : LAIC
98 Cross swords : FENCE
99 Sooty channels : FLUES
101 Modern checkout device : IPAD
103 Diagnostic scans, for short : MRIS
106 Map lines: Abbr. : RDS
108 Clean energy grp. : EPA
109 Stuff in cigarettes, but not e-cigarettes : TAR
110 “… is there more?” : … AND?
111 Rapper known offstage as Mathangi Arulpragasam : MIA

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