Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times, Sunday, May 8, 2022 Crossword Answers

Published in New York Times Crossword.

Clues Answers
… you get the point ETCETERAETCETERA
[Gulp!] OHNO
___ gratia (in all kindness: Lat.) BONA
___ Xtra (soft drink) PIBB
1040 figs. SSNS
1963 hit for the Kingsmen LOUIELOUIE
1990s sitcom starring Tia and Tamera Mowry SISTERSISTER
1990s tennis star Huber ANKE
Add (on) TACK
Added to a thread, say CCED
Affixes PINS
All-encompassing Egyptian deity AMUNRA
Amscray! GOAWAY
Amtrak stop: Abbr. STA
Anchors Aweigh grp. USN
Annoying PESKY
Aromatic beverage TEA
Attraction, so to speak, with “the” HOTS
Aussie hoppers ROOS
Baffled ATSEA
Barfly’s flier DART
Barnyard bleat BAA
Basketball feat suggested by this puzzle’s pairs of theme answers, informally DOUBLEDOUBLE
Beethoven’s “Ah! perfido,” for one ARIA
Best Picture winner of 2012 ARGO
Big tower, for short? AAA
Bread in Indian cuisine NAAN
Business name ender LLC
Businesses that see an uptick after New Year’s GYMS
Call from an old-time paperboy EXTRAEXTRA
Certain close relative APE
Certain public transport TRAM
Certain summer baby LEO
Charlotte N.B.A. player HORNET
Chess piece whose name is derived from the Persian for “chariot” ROOK
Classic joke start KNOCKKNOCK
Cocktails made with ginger beer, informally MULES
Computer shortcuts MACROS
Country named for its geographic location ECUADOR
Cyberchase channel PBS
Dan of “Schitt’s Creek” LEVY
Dangerous part of a road on which to pass BEND
Die Hard squad, in brief LAPD
Eaglet’s hatching spot AERIE
Egomaniac’s thought IRULE
El ___ of the Spanish Renaissance GRECO
Essayist Susan SONTAG
Experience financial ruin GOBUST
Extroverts PEOPLEPEOPLE
Eye piece IRIS
Fee payer, often USER
Flights connect them FLOORS
Football trophy name HEISMAN
Fried plantain dish of Puerto Rico MOFONGO
Fulminate RANT
Gemstone cut named for a fruit PEAR
Go by ELAPSE
Grand Prix city MONACOMONACO
Green vehicles ECOCARS
Gush (over) FAWN
H.S. class in the same department as chem BIO
High five at the Olympics? RINGS
High style UPDO
Hold on to KEEP
House of Commons reps MPS
In on WISETO
Invite out for ASKTO
It gets the show on the road TOURBUS
It makes you you DNA
It might get swiped in a college dining hall STUDENTID
Kernel of an idea GERM
Lab worker TECH
Laborer of old SERF
Later! PEACEOUT
Lead OPEN
Like some questions YESNO
Like the Six Million Dollar Man BIONIC
Lobbyists’ area in D.C. KSTREET
Logical conundrum PARADOX
Love of languages? AMOR
Lugs TOTES
Lunchtime estimate ONEISH
Mais ___! (“But of course!”) OUI
Make it so there’s snow way out? ICEIN
Many files in a Downloads folder PDFS
Many zoomers TEENS
Miss ___, famed dial-a-psychic CLEO
Nobelist Joliot-Curie IRENE
Noted character with object-subject-verb syntax YODA
Nothing but a number, it’s said AGE
Numismatic grade FINE
Off-kilter ASKEW
One taking action DOER
One way to learn OSMOSIS
Org. often impersonated by phone scammers IRS
Org. whose members stay in their lanes PBA
Origami steps FOLDS
Ouch, ouch, ouch! YEOW
Perch for the self-important HIGHHORSE
Philosophy ISM
Piece of roller derby equipment KNEEPAD
Pieces in the game Bananagrams TILES
Pirate’s booze GROG
Played again RERAN
Plopped (down) SAT
Portent OMEN
Power source FUEL
Prolong DRAGOUT
Put down again RELAID
Quaint exclamation of dismay CRIKEY
Radiator cover GRILLE
Really get to EATAT
Red lightsaber wielder SITH
Romanov V.I.P., once TSAR
Rush order ASAP
Scottish hillsides BRAES
Setting for many a diorama SHOEBOX
Shock APPALL
Shortcut missing from newer smartphones HOMEBUTTON
Sings, in a way NAMESNAMES
Singular praise KUDO
Slices and dices, say PREPS
Slip up ERR
Some old PCs IBMS
Soul: Sp. ALMA
Sound from a jalopy CLANK
Southwest people known for their dry farming HOPI
Start a web session LOGON
Subject of interest, in brief ECON
Sweetie BAE
Talk ___ SHOP
There you ___! ARE
Thin pancakes in Indian cuisine DOSAS
Third column on a calendar: Abbr. TUE
Tie down MOOR
Time for a visit from Ong Tao, the “Kitchen God” TET
Time for March madness? IDES
To the ___ power NTH
Tribute HOMAGE
Trusty to the end STALWART
Ultimate fighting inits. MMA
Unchanged ASIS
Very bright NEON
Walk with swagger STRUT
Weep in an unflattering way, in modern lingo UGLYCRY
Well, lookie here! SURPRISESURPRISE
When you should leave, for short ETD
Where some replacements take place, in brief ORS
Words from an ex-lover IVEMOVEDON
Yahoo alternative MSN
Yea or nay VOTE
Years and years AEON
Yellowstone sight ELK
Yipe! EEK