New York Times Crossword Answers

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The list below contains all the clues found on the New York Times Crossword of November 28, 2020. Click the clue to reveal the correct answer for it.

  • Move to a later date, say Crossword Clue
  • ___ noche (tonight: Sp.) Crossword Clue
  • “Any interest in doing this?” Crossword Clue
  • Wolverine, for example Crossword Clue
  • ’80s work wear with shoulder pads Crossword Clue
  • Kind of tense Crossword Clue
  • Originator of parody ads for 5-hour Empathy and Tylenol BM, in brief Crossword Clue
  • Better ___ Crossword Clue
  • Author Donna who wrote “The Secret History” Crossword Clue
  • What you might test the waters with Crossword Clue
  • Ink absorber Crossword Clue
  • “Them’s the rules” Crossword Clue
  • Firm requirement, for short? Crossword Clue
  • Style guide? Crossword Clue
  • Juice (up) Crossword Clue
  • Really dig Crossword Clue
  • Extra in “The Lord of the Rings” Crossword Clue
  • Takes care of the rough spots, in a way Crossword Clue
  • 4-Down, for CBS Crossword Clue
  • Alters, as a pop singer’s voice Crossword Clue
  • Something you might describe as touch-and-go? Crossword Clue
  • Show of self-sorrow Crossword Clue
  • Library workspaces Crossword Clue
  • Arthur with two Emmys and a Tony Crossword Clue
  • “Middlemarch” novelist, 1871 Crossword Clue
  • Nos. representing years’ worth of letters Crossword Clue
  • Mo. that the Anglo-Saxons called Winterfylleth Crossword Clue
  • Household organizers Crossword Clue
  • Says too much Crossword Clue
  • Previously Crossword Clue
  • Official drink of Puerto Rico Crossword Clue
  • Recognized Crossword Clue
  • One who passes the bar? Crossword Clue
  • Designates Crossword Clue
  • Shellfish have lots of this Crossword Clue
  • Little cry Crossword Clue
  • See 34-Across Crossword Clue
  • Fabled beneficiary of a nap Crossword Clue
  • Running backs and defensive ends Crossword Clue
  • Líquido vital Crossword Clue
  • Given to self-reflection? Crossword Clue
  • Triage pro Crossword Clue
  • “___ Enfants du Paradis” (classic W.W. II-era film) Crossword Clue
  • An American in Paris, say Crossword Clue
  • Capital invested by experts Crossword Clue
  • They’re on the tip of your tongue Crossword Clue
  • Some pest control products Crossword Clue
  • Blue Jays or Raptors, for short Crossword Clue
  • ’90s exercise fad Crossword Clue
  • One of a pair of interrogators Crossword Clue
  • “Not gonna ___” Crossword Clue
  • Fabled beneficiary of a kiss Crossword Clue
  • Ones who watch sports for a living? Crossword Clue
  • Beer purchase in a large bottle, informally Crossword Clue
  • Write Crossword Clue
  • Air traveler in early winter Crossword Clue
  • Study pills Crossword Clue
  • It can’t miss Crossword Clue
  • Afflict Crossword Clue
  • Ingredient added to a Bloody Mary Crossword Clue
  • ___ name Crossword Clue
  • Nevada senator Jacky Crossword Clue
  • Good name for a biology teacher? Crossword Clue
  • Boob, on the Tube Crossword Clue
  • Like some contracts and contraceptives Crossword Clue
  • Opposite of annex Crossword Clue
  • Onetime title for Bulgaria’s Simeon II, the last person to use it Crossword Clue
  • Go (for) Crossword Clue
  • Go (for) Crossword Clue
  • Like Crossword Clue
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