Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times, Thursday, April 8, 2021 Crossword Answers

Published in New York Times Crossword.

Clues Answers
___ Klebb, Bond villain in “From Russia With Love” ROSA
___ queen! (slangy affirmative) YAS
2003 #1 Outkast hit : HEYYA
A pup is a young one OTTER
A pup is a young one DOG
A snail can sleep for up to three years and others FACTS
Adam Ruins Everything airer TRUTV
Airer of political parodies, briefly SNL
All there SANE
Barge haulers TUGS
Beginning of the Constitution: Abbr. ARTI
Belly trouble ACHE
Big gobbler TOM
Big meanie OGRE
Bit of publicity PROMO
Boaters, collectively? QUAYDEMOGRAPHIC
Boss of a bo’s’n CAPN
Bring down by coup, e.g. DEPOSE
Category TIER
City in the Rio Grande Valley with a historic namesake ALAMO
Completely retire from boating? FOREVERMOOR
Cry on arriving for a boating trip? WHATSUPDOCK
Cut off SEVER
Dallas N.B.A. player, in brief MAV
Deep-pocketed RICH
Deployed, as a sailor ASEA
Dino : the Flintstones :: ___ : the Jetsons ASTRO
Drink originally called “blanc-cassis” KIR
Emerald is a variety of it BERYL
Encouraging words YOUGOTTHIS
Enjoy oneself festively BEMERRY
Exact WREAK
Fashion accessories that shed BOAS
Flamenco shout OLE
Flying monsters in Dungeons & Dragons ROCS
Futuristic delivery device DRONE
Galactic conquerors of film SITH
Grab hold of NAB
Hard ball? FIST
Hardest part of a date PIT
Having no application MOOT
Hidden addresses, for short BCCS
Inflation fig. PSI
Input ENTER
iRobot product ROOMBA
Island where it once rained for 331 days straight OAHU
Language written in the Devanagari script HINDI
Like idols ADORED
Look upon with disgust ABHOR
Meanspirited UGLY
Minor performer? CHILDACTOR
Org. concerned with air bags? TSA
Paxil may alleviate it, in brief OCD
Physics Nobelist who developed an early model of the atom BOHR
Power point? SOCKET
Prominent focus for a navel-gazer? OUTIE
Psalm starter OGOD
Rapper with a hyphenated name ICET
Second staff in many an orchestral score OBOES
Sic legal on SUE
Source of a purple puree ACAI
Spoiling one’s attendance record, say TARDY
Spring time LENT
Student ___ DEBT
Take in : EAT EAT
That’s some story TALE
The customer’s right, at times REFUND
Title for the entitled, maybe SIR
Upper atmosphere, with “the” ETHER
Verbal equivalent to a nod of the head ISEE
Victor who wrote “Odes et Ballades” HUGO
Watery shade AQUA
Weary boater’s welcome sight? APIERONTHESCENE
When Tatum O’Neal won her Oscar ATTEN
Who we are page ABOUTUS
Wikipedia, e.g. SITE
Wins undeservedly over ROBS
You saved me! MYHERO