New York Times Crossword May 24 2020 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword May 24 2020 Crossword Answers

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  • Battlefield cry
  • Sprint competitor
  • Pollen-producing plant part
  • About three miles
  • Excoriates
  • “The Deer Hunter” director Michael
  • An antique might have one
  • What a Venn diagram shows
  • Like
  • As you inspect each room, you find staff members dressed as ___
  • Suspect #1
  • Start of a Christmas refrain
  • “I like it!”
  • Days of old
  • Word that sounds like a number … and is a letter backward
  • Russian pancakes
  • Burn slightly
  • Refusals
  • They’re all ___, so you can easily identify them
  • Popeye’s kid
  • Delta competitor, in brief
  • Woes
  • Suspect #2
  • Have trouble swallowing
  • Like beloved books, often
  • Showers
  • Tech debut of 1998
  • Tucson school, in brief
  • California-based auto company
  • Bristle of grain
  • What it all adds up to
  • A ways away
  • Suspect #3
  • Spawn
  • Music for the masses?
  • Sly and the Family Stone genre
  • Public spat
  • Considered
  • ___ fusion (type of cuisine)
  • Some appliances
  • They catch dust bunnies
  • It might get a licking: Abbr.
  • Musical family with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • In the study, you find that the thief accidentally left behind an ___
  • Some sports cars
  • Lots
  • “That’s ___”
  • Some modern ones are smart
  • Four-letter word for a four-letter word
  • In ___ (stuck)
  • Hershey toffee bar
  • Suspect #4
  • “You caught me!,” says the thief, who then admits: “The diamond isn’t here in my room, but it’s hidden in ___”
  • “Hungry” game characters
  • What each person gets in an election
  • Spark
  • Ordain
  • Joined at an angle, as two pieces of wood
  • Clothes hanger?
  • Suspect #5
  • Suspect #6
  • “Easy now …”
  • Source of the robe material for Incan royalty
  • Home brewer
  • Tell
  • Spry
  • Brooklyn Coll. is part of it
  • Thomas who chaired the 9/11 Commission
  • Enjoy deeply
  • Salon brand
  • Magazine audience fig.
  • Suspect #7
  • Style for Edward Hopper and George Bellows
  • What might come with fencing?
  • Suspect #8
  • Goodwill
  • “Despicable Me” character
  • Intestinal: Prefix
  • Some knotted ropes
  • Elie Wiesel’s homeland
  • Lowest of the eight major taxonomic ranks
  • Flamb√©
  • Japanese box lunch
  • Oenology : wines :: zythology : ___
  • Org. in “Die Hard”
  • Teri with a “Tootsie” role
  • It might be snowy
  • Move off the bottle
  • Chip dip, familiarly
  • Badger
  • Diamond family name
  • Like a bad loser
  • Major source of oxygen in the earth’s atmosphere
  • Janitor’s tool
  • Britain’s Broadway
  • City near Monterey Bay
  • Latches (onto)
  • Delta preceder
  • Like a Debbie Downer
  • Women of honour
  • Kinda
  • Very, in Veracruz
  • Swing and completely miss
  • Getaway for two lovebirds?
  • Ireland’s best-selling solo artist
  • Home of the original Busch Gardens
  • The compass points
  • Hardy bean
  • Campfire treat
  • “Too busy”
  • Jr.’s junior
  • Suffix with serpent
  • Leader whose name means, literally, “commander”
  • Kilt feature
  • Space to maneuver a ship
  • Seeped (through}
  • Low on dough
  • Big launch of 1957
  • “Time for a break”
  • Fictional city inspired by New York City
  • Sauce put on falafel
  • Squash
  • Springsteen’s birthplace, in song
  • Knowledgeable (in)
  • Hard
  • Music to a hitchhiker’s ears
  • Thucydides had one
  • Said a 96-Across
  • Went with
  • Anika ___ Rose, 2004 Tony winner
  • Sunrise direction, in Seville
  • “Best. Day. ___!”
  • Stable diet?
  • Rushing group, informally