Category: New York Times Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Makes a gaffe
  2. 2.Spot for a shot
  3. 3.Cap's place
  4. 4.___-Caps (candy)
  5. 5.Burden
  6. 6.Super ___ (GameCube predecessor)
  7. 7.No. calculated from letters
  8. 8.Git
  9. 9.Stadium sounds
  10. 10.[Actually, don't change that]
  11. 11.World's oldest capital city, settled in the third millennium B.C.
  12. 12.Cross figure
  13. 13."You're accusing me?!"
  14. 14.Take away
  15. 15.Garnet is its birthstone: Abbr.
  16. 16.Balm ingredient
  17. 17."You sure?"
  18. 18.Vintage restaurant items?
  19. 19.Superlative held by the Atacama Desert
  20. 20.Final phase of a video game, perhaps
  21. 21.Mission San Antonio de Valero, more familiarly
  22. 22.Like many creatures in modern sci-fi movies, for short
  23. 23.Sch. in N.Y.
  24. 24.Toy brand for a budding engineer, maybe
  25. 25.Fully commit
  26. 26.Kind of seeds in a healthful smoothie
  27. 27.Blooms named for their shape
  28. 28.Referees a Tennessee football game poorly?
  29. 29.Survive
  30. 30.Letter-shaped support piece
  31. 31.Musical speeds
  32. 32.Density symbol, in engineering
  33. 33.City feature that's been found to improve mental health
  34. 34.With "the," a sudden flip from attraction to disgust, in modern parlance
  35. 35."Impressive!"
  36. 36.Stadium cheer
  37. 37.Welcomes at the door
  38. 38.Swindle
  39. 39.Like neon
  40. 40.Michelangelo work whose name translates to "compassion"
  41. 41.Sibilant summons
  42. 42.Struck out
  43. 43.Bad material for a silk purse, proverbially
  44. 44.Animal product
  45. 45.Like some teas
  46. 46.Support
  47. 47.Actress Cravalho who voiced Moana
  48. 48.One-named singer born in Reykjavik
  49. 49.___ cha beef (Chinese dish)
  50. 50.That, in Toledo
  51. 51.In the style of
  52. 52.Economic justice catchphrase
  53. 53.Sound unit found in many Asian languages
  54. 54.It's a four-letter word, aptly
  55. 55.Decides that one will
  56. 56.About, on a memo
  57. 57.H's on some college houses
  58. 58.Comment from someone exiting the mall on Black Friday
  59. 59.Band with the 1994 hit "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?"
  60. 60.Fortitude
  61. 61.Assist in a crime
  62. 62.Airport abbr.
  63. 63.GPS suggestions: Abbr.
  64. 64.Pretty cool stuff
  65. 65.___ Palmas, Canary Islands
  66. 66.Do some light work on?
  67. 67."Mamma ___!"
  68. 68.Spook some creatures in an aquarium's touch tank?
  69. 69.It might be a stretch
  70. 70.Birds known for their loud, complex songs
  71. 71.Enthusiastic agreement
  72. 72."Bather in the Woods" painter
  73. 73.References a Vatican Library source?
  74. 74."Just a little longer!"
  75. 75.Plain
  76. 76.Sounds of doubt
  77. 77.Taylor Swift song that begins "Combat, I'm ready for combat"
  78. 78.New Jersey's Sea ___ City
  79. 79.Police captain on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"
  80. 80.Sculpting stuff
  81. 81.___ Luthor, nemesis of Superman
  82. 82.Before-
  83. 83.Spoil, with "on"
  84. 84."Barry" or "Ballers"
  85. 85.Big name in records
  86. 86.Neighbor of Leb.
  87. 87.Light wood
  88. 88.Quebec's Festival d'___
  89. 89."I don't like that," in Spanish
  90. 90.Court cry
  91. 91.Footslog
  92. 92.Set of selections
  93. 93.Common pet fish
  94. 94.Chuck, slangily
  95. 95.Certain corporate department
  96. 96.When repeated, a cry of approval
  97. 97.1990s Indian prime minister
  98. 98.Start preparing borscht?
  99. 99."None for me, thanks"
  100. 100.Brand whose stock price increased 50% in the first six months of 2020
  101. 101.Who cries "You get a car, you get a car!" in a viral meme
  102. 102.Tender spots
  103. 103.Wedding cake layer
  104. 104.Suddenly think of
  105. 105."Let me repeat . . ."
  106. 106."South Park" boy
  107. 107.Stealthy criminal
  108. 108.Deliver a blow to Dracula?
  109. 109.Foreboding sign
  110. 110.Kind of edition with bonus tracks, perhaps
  111. 111."Forget it!"
  112. 112.Doesn't just assume
  113. 113.What Ove's name was changed to for the American film adaptation of "A Man Called Ove"
  114. 114.Jumped over, as a checkers piece
  115. 115."Groovy!"
  116. 116.Umbrella term for eboys or goth girls
  117. 117."Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" playwright Edward
  118. 118.Its water is nearly 10 times saltier than ocean water
  119. 119.Nip and tuck, so to speak
  120. 120."The Lorax" setting
  121. 121.Neighbors of the Navajos
  122. 122.Major artery
  123. 123.Certain Ivy Leaguer
  124. 124.Pedal-operated instrument
  125. 125.Some vocal solos
  126. 126.Write an ode to a caffeinated soda?
  127. 127.Gooey pairing with fig jam
  128. 128.Addresses online
  129. 129.Part of the D.O.J.
  130. 130.Burn a little
  131. 131.Kind of history
  132. 132.Barcelona museum subject
  133. 133."Gangnam Style" rapper
  134. 134.Fiery matches?
  135. 135.Suffix with Manhattan or meteor
  136. 136.Royal title
  137. 137.Genre for many a boy band
  138. 138.Make smash burgers?
  139. 139.Went down a slippery slope
  140. 140.Lauder of cosmetics

About New York Times Crossword

Published daily in one of the most reputed and prestigious newspapers in the world, solving The New York Times Crosswords is a challenge in itself. The crosswords are published daily in the print issues as well as the newspaper’s online website which are further syndicated to other 300 journals and newspapers and mobile apps.

The newspaper has had only 4 crossword editors until now, starting from Margaret Farrar, Will Weng, Eugene T Maleska and lastly Will Shortz, all in their respective order of succession. The puzzles are mostly constructed or edited by Crosswords Guru, Will Shortz since 1993. With each passing week day, the puzzles keep getting difficult, with the easiest crosswords being published on Monday and gradually getting difficult with each passing day of the week. The most complicated crosswords are published on Saturdays. The Sunday crossword is comparatively larger and appears in The New York Times Magazine. It is deemed to be just as difficult as the Thursday crossword and solving the New York Times crossword answers is a challenge that everyone wishes to win.

The daily puzzles are 15 X 15 squares but the Sunday Crossword puzzle is 21 X 21 squares, a little smaller than the previous 23 X 23 square puzzles. The popularity of The New York Times Crossword grew widely over the years and is now considered as one of the most prestigious and most widely circulated crosswords across USA. Taking a big leap in the world of crosswords and puzzles, the NYT crosswords game was released in 2007 by Majesco Entertainment. The game includes more than 1000 NYT crosswords from the different weekdays of a week.

Majority of the NYT crosswords are not directly written by Will Shortz himself. The puzzles are constructed by a variety of freelance contributors which are only edited and checked by the maestro before publishing. The Thursday and Sunday puzzles are always themed and have a connection with long NYT crossword answers that are similar to letter substitution, type of pun, etc. The daily puzzles are made available on the website in the evening before they are published in the newspapers the following day. The puzzles for Saturday and Sunday are published at 6 pm, the evening before.

New York Times Crossword Contests: The New York Times Crossword started a new tradition of hosting the Super Mega Crossword Contest once a year, since 2018. The Giant puzzle is 50 X 50 squares in size and appears in the paper’s Puzzle Mania section. It’s been 3 years since the giant puzzle is being constructed and published in the paper. A random winner is chosen from all the entries who correctly answered the puzzle and gifted a prize money of $1,000 from the publication.

NYT Puzzle Authors: Will Shortz many other freelance constructors such as Sam Ezersky and Brenden Emmett Quigley.

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