New York Times Crossword June 28 2020 Puzzle


Updated on June 28 2020 00:00


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What a digitigrade stands on
Sanctuary
Something drawn by a jerk, maybe
Place to hang holiday lights
Major export of Tuscany
Foe of the Morlocks, in sci-fi
Dishonest attack
Water pipe
Dental covering similar to a crown
___ Pro
Just peachy
Tells off
Scholarly
Juggling, singing, magic, etc.
Envelope abbr.
Dead Sea Scrolls sect
Fly catcher
Ship with three banks of oars
Mini-albums, in brief
Kingdom east of Babylonia
They might involve impersonating a dealer
They have your life hanging by a thread
Wrote poorly
Title horror film locale
Was bested by
Exterminator's target
Deviation in flight
Isolated components
Level, for one
Hard Italian cheese
Lavish celebration
"There warn't no home like a raft ..." speaker
Butter alternative
Part of a hammer
Heckle
Broadway's ___-Fontanne Theater
One variety of love
Hard-hit line drive
Stun, in a way
___ Bator
They might be caught in the rain
Lead-in to self
Charon's domain
Sanders who played in a World Series and two Super Bowls
___ cuisine
___ Woo-shik, co-star of 2019's "Parasite"
Potentially risky thing to drop in a relationship
Some clickbait articles
Alternative to an ellipsis
Run-___ (hip-hop trio)
Playful growl
House call?
Stop the flow of
Lick (up)
Actor Dev of "Lion"
Cracks
Convince
Idle gossip
"Don't pay attention to that"
Do some heavy lifting
___ vide (culinary technique)
Tied, in scores
Kind of cuisine that's often eaten with one's hands
Spanish "I love you"
Ukr., e.g., once
Pale
More throaty
Sources of Norse mythology
Comfy-cozy
What's found at one end of a rainbow
They're scored from 1 to 5
Sister of Laertes
Person who's being used
Brand whose sales skyrocketed after the release of "E.T."
Rug rats
Big name in nail polish
Lively French dance popular in the Baroque era
Brought home
Important faculty for school
Obsessive cleaner, say
Abstract artist de Kooning known for her portraits
List ender
Jocular lead-in to "macation"
With 112-Across, "Your misfortune is nothing special"
"Freak on a Leash" metal band
With 107-Across, bad sort of competition
See 116-Across
Cleans, as a deck
See 113-Across
Hypotheticals
Drum that can be played with a brush
State whose capital is Dispur
Some team-bonding trips
Eponym of the world's largest church
Place that processes ore
With 88-Across, sacrificed
With 85-Across, uncomfortably accurate
See 92-Across
Flat-topped cap
See 90-Across
Arch supporter
Showy shrub
Bad place for a fly, in a saying
Yeats's "The Lake ___ of Innisfree"
One of the Seven Dwarfs
"I'm telling the truth!"
Mathematical concepts suggested eight times in this puzzle
Iraqi port city
Have an influence (on)
Default consequence
Promptness
Eternally damned
Dawn
With 48-Across, stops wasting time
Forest of Fangorn resident, in fiction
With 47-Across, not change anyone's mind, say
See 53-Across
See 50-Across
What people tend to do when a rush-hour subway train arrives
Utah mountain range
Sunset Boulevard sight
Michelangelo masterpiece
Singer Mann
N.Y.C.'s first subway line
With 29-Across, like a deer in headlights
Dalmatians, e.g.
With 25-Across, get as much approval from an audience as possible
See 33-Across
Morning weather phenomenon
See 30-Across
"___ is an emotion in motion": Mae West
Spelman College graduate, e.g.
Super-enthusiastic
Slacker role for Jeff Bridges in "The Big Lebowski"
Sight on an English farm
Mollycoddle
Tacks on
Savory jelly
Expedition
Not fine