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5 Jan 22, Wednesday, NY Times Crossword Answers

5 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Solutions

5 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Answers Across

  • 1 Screenwriter Ben who wrote “Angels Over Broadway” : HECHT
  • 6 “Wanna ___?” : BET
  • 9 *One of two extremes in a saying : FEAST
  • 14 Loud, as a crowd : AROAR
  • 15 Firefighter’s tool : AXE
  • 16 Grace’s last name on “Will & Grace” : ADLER
  • 17 Directive before “You’re on ‘Candid Camera’” : SMILE
  • 18 Medium at Madame Tussauds : WAX
  • 19 Prefix with aggression : MICRO-
  • 20 *Description of a glass, maybe : HALF FULL
  • 22 “Suppose …” : IF SAY …
  • 23 Long, long time : EON
  • 24 Lion-colored : TAWNY
  • 27 Perpetrate, as a crime : COMMIT
  • 30 “Thanks, it’s just what I’ve always wanted,” often : LIE
  • 31 Kind of state : ZEN
  • 34 Fuss : HOOPLA
  • 35 ___ Jiabao, 2003-13 premier of China : WEN
  • 36 Kind of stick : POGO
  • 37 Put out : EMIT
  • 38 *Word in a classic Tolstoy title : PEACE
  • 40 Thus : ERGO
  • 41 Moving well for one’s age : SPRY
  • 42 Number it’s good to be under : PAR
  • 43 Home of the Vasco da Gama Bridge, over 7.5 miles long : LISBON
  • 45 “___ sells seashells by the seashore” : SHE
  • 46 Finalized : SET
  • 47 Not at all reasonable : INSANE
  • 48 Thus : AND SO
  • 50 Grade sch. subject : SCI
  • 51 Italian cheese city : PARMA
  • 54 One who identifies with the answers to the starred Across clues : OPTIMIST
  • 59 Carrier name until 1997 : USAIR
  • 60 Aduba of “Mrs. America” : UZO
  • 61 Certain church gift : TITHE
  • 62 *Certain forecast : SHINE
  • 63 After tax : NET
  • 64 These: Sp. : ESTOS
  • 65 Church council : SYNOD
  • 66 Face cards, for short? : IDS
  • 67 Ocular woes : STYES

5 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Answers Down

  • 1 This-and-that dish : HASH
  • 2 Humorist Bombeck : ERMA
  • 3 Helix : COIL
  • 4 *Description of a glass, maybe : HALF EMPTY
  • 5 Girl Scout emblem : TREFOIL
  • 6 Cry like a baby : BAWL
  • 7 Lift up : EXALT
  • 8 Nickname for a wrangler : TEX
  • 9 *One of two extremes in a saying : FAMINE
  • 10 Enlighten : EDIFY
  • 11 Oct. contest for a pennant : ALCS
  • 12 Word sung twice after “Que” : SERA
  • 13 Ancient siege site : TROY
  • 21 Not being utilized, say : UNTAPPED
  • 25 Eldest of the Baldwin brothers : ALEC
  • 26 Sommelier’s handout : WINE LIST
  • 27 The mating game? : CHESS
  • 28 Energy, informally : OOMPH
  • 29 Wavy fabric pattern : MOIRE
  • 31 “The Greek” of film : ZORBA
  • 32 Goad : EGG ON
  • 33 Nary a soul : NO ONE
  • 35 *Word in a classic Tolstoy title : WAR
  • 36 One who identifies with the answers to the starred Down clues : PESSIMIST
  • 39 Grub : EATS
  • 44 Stirs up : INCITES
  • 46 Caught in a trap : SNARED
  • 48 ___ acid : AMINO
  • 49 Moved like molasses : OOZED
  • 51 Kisser : PUSS
  • 52 Cinder-covered : ASHY
  • 53 *Certain forecast : RAIN
  • 55 Some kitchenware : POTS
  • 56 Teeny-tiny : ITTY
  • 57 Place for a lace : SHOE
  • 58 ___ Gerritsen, author of romantic thrillers : TESS
  • 60 Place of higher education, to Brits : UNI

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