Category: The New Yorker Crossword Answers
16-March-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Automotive partner of Rolls
  2. 2.Frank Herbert sci-fi novel made into a 2021 film starring Timothée Chalamet
  3. 3.Invaders in H. G. Wells's "The War of the Worlds,” for short
  4. 4.Narwhal-tusk material
  5. 5.Observer of Bellatrix and Betelgeuse, perhaps
  6. 6.Jet streams may factor into calculating them: Abbr.
  7. 7.Courtroom noisemaker
  8. 8.Pickleball-court divider
  9. 9.Lavish attention (on)
  10. 10.___ dinosaurs (birds, technically)
  11. 11.The "C” in A.O.C.
  12. 12.Oscar-winning role for both Heath Ledger and Joaquin Phoenix
  13. 13."You got it, captain!”
  14. 14."Cross my heart!”
  15. 15.Excessively embellished
  16. 16.Upright part of a street light
  17. 17.Instruction on a cake in "Alice in Wonderland”
  18. 18.Beatles tune about life "beneath the waves” in a colorful vessel
  19. 19.Camera brand of choice for some extreme-sports enthusiasts
  20. 20.First Lady Olena Zelenska's home country
  21. 21.___-friendly
  22. 22.You can skip it
  23. 23."E pluribus ___”
  24. 24.Bauxite, vis--vis aluminum
  25. 25.Start over from square one
  26. 26.Bridal-shop inventory
  27. 27.Bear whose porridge was too cold for Goldilocks
  28. 28."Along ___ a spider, who sat down beside her”
  29. 29."The Magic Flute,” for one
  30. 30.Tablet-shaped candy whose name was derived from the first, middle, and last letters in the German word for peppermint
  31. 31.Series starring Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt, which got a 2019 reboot
  32. 32.Scrollable feature of Twitter or Facebook
  33. 33.___ year (alternative to starting college right after high school)
  34. 34.One in a set of curls or crunches
  35. 35.Some bed-and-breakfast establishments
  36. 36.Special ingredient, so to speak, that makes something successful
  37. 37.Where markdowns get marked down
  38. 38.First leader of the the Soviet Union
  39. 39.Had debt
  40. 40.End-zone achievements: Abbr.
  41. 41.Quantity of "Good Men” in an Aaron Sorkin play and film
  42. 42."You got it!”
  43. 43.Doctor, as a script
  44. 44.Kicks off a card game
  45. 45.___ Sebastian (name of a miniature horse in "Parks and Recreation”)
  46. 46.Stout
  47. 47.Delicacy in an awkward social situation, say
  48. 48.Bic top
  49. 49.Liability's opposite
  50. 50.Cut a record without one's bandmates, say
  51. 51.Sound akin to "ribbit”
  52. 52.Cochlea spot
  53. 53.Hang around doing a whole lot of nothing
  54. 54.Fly whose name is the Tswana word for "fly”
  55. 55.Nail-polish brand with the shade "Mango for It”
  56. 56.Mystery-writing award named in honor of Poe
  57. 57.Got sudsy
  58. 58.Person in a cockpit
  59. 59.Circumvent, as an unpleasant situation
  60. 60.Org. that governs dog shows
  61. 61.Cheering noisily, as a stadium full of fans
  62. 62.Toy that works by converting potential energy into kinetic energy and vice versa
  63. 63.Plaid pattern on kilts
  64. 64.Jennifer who played Selena in "Selena”
  65. 65.V.I.P. constituent?
  66. 66.Like the Gobi Desert
  67. 67.Iditarod vehicles
  68. 68.Band or Live follower, in mid-nineteen-eighties musical philanthropy
  69. 69.Books that make long stories feel short
  70. 70.Volkswagen sedan

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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