Category: The New Yorker Crossword Answers
15-May-2024 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Connection point
  2. 2.Sixty seconds
  3. 3.Judy Blume's "___ You There God? It's Me, Margaret”
  4. 4.Archie's wife on "All in the Family”
  5. 5.Fries or coleslaw, e.g.
  6. 6."The Resident” actor Malcolm-___ Warner
  7. 7.Former Yankees slugger Martinez
  8. 8.Secluded valleys
  9. 9.Piece of neckwear unlikely to be worn on casual Friday
  10. 10.Fruit in a purple smoothie
  11. 11.Ambulance destinations, for short
  12. 12.Haul, as a trailer
  13. 13."Beef” actress Wong
  14. 14.Lodgings on leaf-peeping excursions, perhaps
  15. 15.Skunk's emanation
  16. 16.Show-biz awards sweep achieved by Elton John in 2024
  17. 17.Fossil-preserving goo found in Rancho La Brea, California
  18. 18.Newton who developed calculus
  19. 19.Caribbean cruise stop, say
  20. 20.First occurrence, as of symptoms
  21. 21."Oh, yeah? Challenge accepted!”
  22. 22.Rank for Mace Windu or Obi-Wan Kenobi
  23. 23.Eject, as lava
  24. 24."The Avengers” actor Jeremy
  25. 25.Agenda bullet point
  26. 26.Actress McClanahan of "The Golden Girls”
  27. 27.Tan shade
  28. 28.Some English nobles
  29. 29.Phrase said while waving to a TV camera
  30. 30.Lavender or ocean breeze, e.g., for an air freshener
  31. 31.Apple tablets
  32. 32.Social standards
  33. 33.Psychological phenomenon that might be triggered by bright lights or loud noises
  34. 34.Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb, for "Today”
  35. 35.Vehicle used for bread delivery?
  36. 36.High-school-gym seating, maybe
  37. 37.Winter-solstice month in Australia
  38. 38.In the thick of
  39. 39."X” ___ xylophone
  40. 40.Handheld control that can link up to multiple devices
  41. 41.Letter on a transcript
  42. 42.Occupied a chair
  43. 43.Egg-___ soup
  44. 44."Beware the ___ of March”: "Julius Caesar”
  45. 45.Clever humor
  46. 46."The Way We ___” (Redford-Streisand film of 1973)
  47. 47.Largest teachers' union in the U.S.
  48. 48.Type of music played at 2001 Odyssey in "Saturday Night Fever”
  49. 49.Move stealthily
  50. 50.Synthetic fabric in some umbrellas and backpacks
  51. 51."A mouse!”
  52. 52.Avoid at social events
  53. 53.Palindromic time of day
  54. 54.Point of an e-mail address?
  55. 55.Understands, as a joke
  56. 56.Not your typical furry friends
  57. 57."Bye for now,” in texts
  58. 58.Largest state in the U.S. prior to Alaska's 1959 admission
  59. 59.___ Alto (Bay Area city)
  60. 60.Landlord's income
  61. 61.44-Down, for one
  62. 62.___ off (departed via airplane)
  63. 63.Cocktail typically garnished with coffee beans
  64. 64."Like a Rolling Stone” singer Bob
  65. 65.___ pickle (properly stuck)
  66. 66."Yeah, so I was wrong. Big deal!”
  67. 67.Didn't go rogue during a press conference
  68. 68.Alternatives suggested by Waze during a highway backup, perhaps
  69. 69.The "B” of B.L.T.
  70. 70.Ultra-skimpy underwear
  71. 71.Community org. that's the title of a Village People song
  72. 72.Divisions of a play

About The New Yorker Crossword

The New Yorker was established in 1926 as a lighthearted comic magazine centered on Manhattan. One of its many amusing departments is the Puzzles and game Dept. which features the very popular The New Yorker Crossword. The New Yorker is available in both print and digital forms. Signing up for the digital subscriptions allows an access to every The New Yorker issue from its inception in 1926 till now.

Solving The New Yorker Crossword

The New Yorker Crosswords are published at 6am every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at a decreasing level of difficulty. Every Sunday 6am, Cryptic Crosswords are published. For getting correct The New Yorker Crossword answers, a clue is to be selected from the square or the list in the grid. Once entered, the clue will turn gray. You can easily use shortcuts in your keyboard for navigation of the puzzles in a desktop – arrow keys for moving the cursor, Shift plus enter for going back to the earlier clue and tab or enter for skipping to next clue. For switching between down and across clues, use space bar. If you’re using a phone, once the word has been entered, the cursor will move on to the next word in the same direction. For switching directions, double tap the grid or tap the blue clue bar. You can get a print of the grids or the solution by clicking the button on the top right corner.

If you get stuck at a clue, you can just click on ‘Reveal’ and choose if you wish to have square, word, or the solution revealed. For checking the puzzle answers while solving the, click on Settings and turn on the Error check mode. The correct ones will appear in Green whereas the incorrect ones will turn red. You can click on the Check button to check the square, word, or the grid. You can take a break while solving the puzzle and get back to it later by saving your progress using your New Yorker account. The timer on the left can also be paused, or hid.

If you’re having a bad day and just feel like starting the puzzle all over, just reset. This will clear the whole grid and the timer will be at 0 again. If there’s any difficulty viewing the clues, the browser window should be expanded or the zoom percentage can be adjusted.

The New Yorker Crossword Partner Mode

The Partner mode is an interesting feature that lets you solve a crossword with a partner. One user can add just one partner for solving a crossword. To know if your partner accepts the invitation, just keep a look on the options above grid. They’ll change. Once you start playing together, you will be able to see ‘Partner Active’ on the desktop. To take a break while solving with a partner, just make sure that the crossword link has been shared. In case you use the app, just clicking on the ‘Partner Mode’ will take you back to where you left it. Solving The New Yorker Crossword answers won’t add up any extra time.

The New Yorker Crossword Authors

Ten constructors work for The New Yorker Crosswords – Kameron Austin Collins, Anna Shechtman, Wyna Liu, Erik Agard, Aimee Lucido, Robyn Weintraub, Natan Last, Patrick Berry, Caitlin Reid, and Elizabeth C. Gorski. All the crosswords are edited by the editor – Liz Maynes-Aminzade along with Nicholas Henriquez. The copy editing and fact checking is doing by the other staff members.


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