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6 Jan 22, Thursday, NY Times Crossword Answers

6 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Solutions

6 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Answers Across

  • 1 Go over : SPAN
  • 5 Like the eventual inheritors of the earth, in Matthew : MEEK
  • 9 Mark of divinity : HALO
  • 13 A G.I. may be seen in it : CAMO
  • 14 Actress Fisher of “Wedding Crashers” : ISLA
  • 15 Brain connection : AXON
  • 16 Like fans who hold season tickets, typically : AVID
  • 17 Genre for Agatha Christie or Arthur Conan Doyle : MURDER MYSTERY (MURDER of CROWS)
  • 19 Rapper ___ Nas X : LIL
  • 20 Kissing on the subway, e.g., for short : PDA
  • 21 Like some relationships : SAME-SEX
  • 22 June : PRIDE MONTH (PRIDE of LIONS)
  • 25 Baby fox : KIT
  • 26 Bit of Western neckwear : BOLO TIE
  • 28 Items on a checklist : TO-DOS
  • 32 One of two sultanates in the United Nations : BRUNEI
  • 34 N.B.A. legend nicknamed “Black Mamba” : KOBE
  • 36 Egg cells : OVA
  • 37 U-shaped bike accessory : LOCK
  • 38 Last word in an improv show : SCENE
  • 40 A rainbow is said to be a good one : OMEN
  • 41 Beseech : ASK
  • 42 Word with high or seven : … SEAS
  • 43 Reach for the stars : ASPIRE
  • 45 No-frills : BASIC
  • 47 Things might get swept up in it : DUSTPAN
  • 49 ___ jeans : MOM
  • 51 Early 19th-century Australia, for one : PENAL COLONY (COLONY of ANTS)
  • 54 Water tower? : TUGBOAT
  • 58 Funny one : WIT
  • 59 “Funny one!” : HAH!
  • 60 Intellectual conformity … or a hint to interpreting 17-, 22- and 51-Across : GROUPTHINK
  • 62 Some frills : LACE
  • 63 Lay off : IDLE
  • 64 Net emissions target : ZERO
  • 65 Lively, in music: Abbr. : ANIM
  • 66 “Wabbit” hunter Elmer : FUDD
  • 67 One of two sultanates in the United Nations : OMAN
  • 68 Right-hand page numbers, typically : ODDS

6 Jan 22, NY Times Crossword Answers Down

  • 1 Garden item frequently added to cream cheese : SCALLION
  • 2 World’s fair sight : PAVILION
  • 3 Great thing to feel like : A MILLION BUCKS
  • 4 Signal agreement : NOD
  • 5 Little bit of power : MICROWATT
  • 6 Funds might be held in this : ESCROW
  • 7 Classic boulevard liners : ELMS
  • 8 Boat going back and forth? : KAYAK
  • 9 Would really rather not : HATE TO
  • 10 x, y and sometimes z : AXES
  • 11 Romulus, Remus and the founding of Rome, e.g. : LORE
  • 12 Jet-black gem : ONYX
  • 17 Cheers, boos and such : CROWD NOISE
  • 18 Strike down : SMITE
  • 20 + or – thing : POLE
  • 23 Brother : MONK
  • 24 Boosts, redundantly : HIKES UP
  • 27 Time period, or an anagram of one? : EON
  • 29 Cup holder, usually : DOMINANT HAND
  • 30 “Back to you” : OVER
  • 31 Compos mentis : SANE
  • 32 Spill the beans : BLAB
  • 33 Detective Diaz on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” : ROSA
  • 35 One reading Kerouac or Ginsberg, say : BEATNIK
  • 39 Sleazeball : CAD
  • 40 Birthstone after sapphire : OPAL
  • 42 Inside info : SCOOP
  • 44 Tiff : SPAT
  • 46 Filled (with) : IMBUED
  • 48 Like scouting patches : SEWN ON
  • 50 ___ ball : MATZO
  • 52 Tums, for one : ANTACID
  • 53 Country songs? : ANTHEMS
  • 54 End-of-week exclamation : TGIF
  • 55 Language of Pakistan’s Daily Khabrain : URDU
  • 56 Top prize : GOLD
  • 57 “How do you like ___ apples?” : THEM
  • 61 Glass who shared the first-ever Pulitzer in Audio Journalism : IRA
  • 62 Language in which most words are monosyllabic : LAO

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