New York Times Crossword August 23 2019 Puzzle


Updated on August 23 2019 03:00


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Comments around cute babies
Plant that sounds like two letters of the alphabet
It's made at a construction site
Jazzman Al
Yggdrasil, in Norse mythology
Sleeper, perhaps
Otto's preceder
Fighter for the Moors in Zaragoza in the 1080s
First black Disney princess
Result of a leadoff single
Admit, slangily
It's a bad look
Basic cable inits.
Sudden change of mind
Carrier with trans-Atlantic flights since 1958
Ones who've been granted manumission
When Brutus dies
"Do or do not. There ___ try": Yoda
Masters
Aria, usually
Part of a recipe
Military drudges, for short
Collected
What the suffix "-genesis" means
Possible cold symptom
While, informally
What a seed might start out with
Provide heat for, in a sense
Carol king
Leave a mark on
Run-down
Contumely
Fed. auditing agcy.
Salad ___
Noble rank
Crime-fighting vehicle
Fix, as a pool cue
Theater, of a sort
Rum-soaked cakes
Grammy-winning singer with the 2010 album "Soldier of Love"
Inception
Where to find a Bitcoin price index, for short
Rod or reel
Academic setting
What something goes *poof* in
Title locale in a Hercule Poirot mystery
Johnny who used to cry "Come on down!" on "The Price Is Right"
Some creepy-crawlies
Member of the proletariat, metaphorically
Cocksure
Never-before seen
Was successfully enticed
Long shots?
Classic sound effect in an action film when someone is badly injured
Landmark on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe
Con's target
Low man
Pet
"30 Rock" co-star
Taste
Epictetus, e.g.
What God created after the stars, per the Bible
"Glad I didn't have to deal with that!"
Small source of power
Integral's calculation, in calculus
DNA collector
Wright who directed "Shaun of the Dead" and "Baby Driver"
Part of a prison fence