Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times – Nov 1 2018

Published in New York Times Crossword. Tags: , , , .

Across
1. Something you must be willing to leave? : ESTATE
7. Them’s the breaks! : ADS
10. River past Orsk and Orenburg : URAL
14. Add to in haste : SLAPON
15. Snake genus, or one of its members : BOA
16. Pet form of José : PEPE
17. *Sound of little feet : PITTERPATTER
18. Shade of deep purple : EGGPLANT
20. Custom-fit : TAILOR
22. *Tycho Brahe contemporary : GALILEOGALILEI
23. Bridge player’s combo : TENACE
25. Deprive of courage : UNMAN
26. 3.3, give or take : BPLUS
29. Without a downside : NORISK
31. A lot : LOADS
32. Solidarity leader Walesa : LECH
33. *Mr. Moneybags : FATCAT
36. McGillin’s ___ Ale House (historic Philadelphia tavern) : OLDE
37. *Branded candy with multicolored beans : JELLYBELLY
39. Close follower of a team? : PLOW
40. *Woman’s young lover, in slang : BOYTOY
41. Actress Campbell : NEVE
42. Staple of ragtime music : PIANO
43. Corrects, as an ID on Facebook : RETAGS
45. Cary of “The Princess Bride” : ELWES
46. Neighbor of Tonga : SAMOA
49. Dr. Seuss’ real surname : GEISEL
51. *Small talk : CHITTERCHATTER
53. Leapt : SPRANG
56. Bossed around : HECTORED
58. *Idiom meaning “guaranteed” : ASGOODASGOLD
60. Sea of Tranquillity, e.g. : MARE
61. Chief agricultural export of Kenya : TEA
62. Part of a steering system : TIEROD
63. Something commonly found in a laundry bag : ODOR
64. Remnant : END
65. Wholly absorbed : ENRAPT
Down
1. Picking up things? : ESP
2. Louver feature : SLIT/SLAT
3. “See ya!” : TATA
4. Ability : APTITUDE
5. Like sandals : TOELESS
6. ___ Field, former home to the Houston Astros : ENRON
7. Figure seen on the National Mall, informally : ABE
8. Writing on many a greeting card : DOGGEREL
9. Frank Herbert’s “Dune” series, e.g. : SAGA
10. What you need to talk to a satellite : UPLINK
11. Sphere : REALM
12. Nocturnal affliction : APNEA
13. Admitted : LETON/LETIN
19. Richly luxurious : PLUSH
21. Did one leg of a triathlon : RAN
24. What’s helpful to a degree? : COLLEGE
26. Ink stain, e.g. : BLOB/BLOT
27. Explorer whose name is a sport : POLO
28. Word in many Catholic church names : LADY
30. Frigid : ICY
33. Scratch, say : FLAW/CLAW
34. Tops : AONE
35. Groups on Noah’s Ark : TWOS
37. Take a flier : JET/BET
38. Bond girl in 2006’s “Casino Royale” : EVAGREEN
39. Visigoth vis-à-vis Rome : PILLAGER
41. “Cool beans!” : NEATO
42. Uses a keyhole, perhaps : PEERSIN
43. Scoundrel, in Britain : ROTTER
44. Girl in the fam : SIS
46. Loser : SCHMO
47. Up : AHEAD
48. Prefix with economics : MICRO/MACRO
50. Rush : SPATE
52. One-named French designer : ERTE
54. “The Thin Man” role : NORA
55. Sticky stuff : GOOP/GLOP
57. One who might explain the birds and the bees : DAD
59. Debugging aid? : DDT