New York Times Crossword February 9 2018 Puzzle

Updated on February 9 2018 04:00

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___ tide
[Can you believe they wrote this?!]
Word with chicken or news
When Caesar says 'Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look'
What 'they' can only be, to grammar sticklers
Weapon with a rope and balls
Walk alluringly
W.W. II craft: Abbr
TV commentator Navarro
Tight spot
Stock at a wine bar
Ska band instrument
Shade of red
Seeing someone, say
Scare quote?
Pro-sustainability, in lingo
Prized sheep
Poet who wrote 'Tonight I can write the saddest lines'
Place for a miniature flag
Pitch to a publisher
Peugeot symbol
Paper that runs mots croisés
Online hilarity
One of the Smithsonian buildings
Off the wall
Not stray
Not so great
Mount near Haifa
Make hand over fist
Literary nickname for Dolores
Like a squashed circle
It may come long after the play
Iowa town where Grant Wood's 'American Gothic' is set
Intro to Torts student
High-minded sort?
Healthful breakfast choice
Good genre for a maze maker
Go here and there
Go astray
Give a flat fee?
Gangbusters, for short?
Exercise started by crouching
Enliven, with 'up'
Did phenomenally onstage
Debugging tool?
Cyclops killer of myth
Carpet cleaner
Carnival Cruise stop
Bond collector?
Be garrulous
Battle of Soissons setting
Back in the stadium
Ayaan Hirsi ___, Somali-born advocate for women's rights and religious freedom
Aspires to do something
All together, so to speak
Abbr. in math class
1831 Poe work
'___ soon?'
'Well ...'
'The Bicycle Thief' setting
'Star Trek: T.N.G.' role
'No, really'
'It doesn't excite me'
'Doctor Who' actress Whittaker