Category: The New Yorker
12-November-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Daily Crossword Puzzle Answers

  1. Casual very soon
  2. Quod ___ faciendum
  3. He wrote Respect, Arethas signature song
  4. Trunk projection
  5. Bungle
  6. Provide new inhabitants for
  7. Pierced body part
  8. Time on end
  9. Green Day drummer ___ Cool
  10. Booker T.s bandmates
  11. Peau de soie feature
  12. Former employer of Steve Jobs
  13. Take the loss, slangily
  14. Alderaan royal
  15. Paella de marisco ingredient
  16. Five books of Moses
  17. Swelled heads
  18. Point taken ...
  19. Order of bricks
  20. ___ of Truth (Wonder Womans weapon)
  21. Exist
  22. Stag
  23. Nose wrinkler
  24. Yankee Stadium section
  25. Macho Camacho, formally
  26. Daughter of Nut and Geb
  27. Sombreros have them
  28. More ignoble
  29. Where one might find crocheted toilet-paper-roll covers
  30. A ___ Wine (Philip Glass song)
  31. Container of eggs
  32. Roast host, usually
  33. Like Seattle vis-à-vis Phoenix
  34. Vivacity, to Mozart
  35. Claim
  36. Rapidly
  37. Keith Harings Crack is Wack mural, e.g
  38. Type of note
  39. Carraways neighbor
  40. Query from a perfect house guest
  41. Prefix with dermal or scope
  42. Trash-can site
  43. Hatcher on set
  44. Boxers attire?
  45. Pharynx neighbor
  46. They get depressed a lot in the fast lane
  47. Frequent Meet the Press guest
  48. Bombard with e-mails
  49. Paul Giamattis alma mater
  50. Food writer/TV cook Lawson, a.k.a. Queen of Food Porn
  51. Take a peek (at)
  52. ___ Psyche (John Keats)
  53. Org. that subpoenaed Arthur Miller
  54. ___ on (persisted)
  55. Filtered beverage
  56. Steamy
  57. One whos channelling his inner Don Draper
  58. You might use one on Safari
  59. Man and Superman monogram
  60. Discombobulated
  61. Sondheims barber
  62. Motivated leader?
  63. Worker on a farm
  64. Doctor Strange prop
  65. Creator of The Smurfs
  66. Selling very well
  67. Meet-up for fans of Caesar dressing?
  68. Western tribe
  69. Colonels commands
  70. Release
  71. Leonard known as the Dickens of Detroit
  72. Vacant