Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times – Nov 18 2020 Crossword Answers

Published in New York Times Crossword.

Clues Answers
‘OK by me’ IMHAPPY
‘Old Town Road’ rapper Lil ___ X NAS
‘Well, looky here!’ OHO
‘What’s the big ___?’ DEAL
‘Woman With a Parasol’ and ‘Impression, Sunrise’ MONETS
1974 pop hit with Spanish lyrics ERESTU
A.F.C. East athlete, for short NYJET
Adkins, for Adele LASTNAME
Aid in making a pompadour GEL
Almost twins … as suggested by this puzzle’s circled squares? TWOPEASINAPOD
Approach GONEAR
Betting game in which you could lose your shirt STRIPPOKER
Bookish sorts NERDS
Brooklyn basketball team THENETS
Burger King offering WHOPPERJR
Disney princess with ‘a dreamy far-off look, and her nose stuck in a book’ BELLE
Doughnut shapes, mathematically TORI
Dye for denim INDIGO
Farm-share program, for short CSA
Fashion inits YSL
Film cast and crew celebration WRAPPARTY
First company to be valued at $1 trillion APPLE
Fraternal group with a mammalian name ELKS
French article UNE
Fuel carrier at sea OILER
Garage occupant CAR
Go bad ROT
Hayes in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ISAAC
Insolent manner ATTITUDE
Kilmer of ‘Top Gun’ VAL
Lacking a key, in music ATONAL
Largest airport in the Pacific Northwest SEATAC
Latvia’s capital RIGA
Lightweight rainwear PONCHO
Like Robert Mueller beginning in 2013 EXFBI
Like some writing of Anaïs Nin EROTIC
Lofty abode AERIE
Midge Maisel’s father on ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ ABE
Move around, with ‘about’ MILL
Moved on the tarmac TAXIED
One arguing in court: Abbr ATT
One who’s constantly talking smack HATER
Patel of ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ DEV
Peace sign shape VEE
Peeved, with ‘off’ TEED
Places to be marooned ISLETS
Platforms for speakers ROSTRA
Raggedy ___ ANN
Sch. with a campus in Shreveport LSU
Secondary schools in France LYCEES
Shaped like grapes OVATE
Sign in an apartment window TORENT
Signature feature of a Duracell battery COPPERTOP
Slip-up ERROR
Smooth, in music LEGATO
Sneaky sorts WEASELS
Some old mobile devices FLIPPHONES
Spearheaded LED
The speed of sound MACHONE
Thespian ACTOR
Tickets for shorter lines, good seats, backstage access, etc VIPPASSES
Time away from the grind, for short RANDR
Total hoot RIOT
Twiddled one’s thumbs IDLED
What might be taken to go? EXLAX
Word before dropper or popper EYE
Words following ‘Which thing?’ OHTHAT
Ziggy Stardust vis-à-vis David Bowie ALTEREGO
[head slap] DOH
___ Coeur, Mo CREVE
___ toast MELBA