New York Crossword Answers August 14, 2020

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The list below contains all the clues found on the New York Times Crossword of August 14, 2020. Click the clue to reveal the correct answer for it.

  • Noted work in which many different positions are discussed Crossword Clue
  • Teen spirit, perhaps Crossword Clue
  • Up to one’s old tricks Crossword Clue
  • You might sleep on it Crossword Clue
  • Coffee order similar to a latte Crossword Clue
  • Title lyric before “ba-doop” in a 1993 Salt-N-Pepa hit Crossword Clue
  • Comic McKinnon Crossword Clue
  • Get ready to battle in court Crossword Clue
  • Cat pose and crane pose, e.g. Crossword Clue
  • Loses one’s temper Crossword Clue
  • Hit after hit for a rock band? Crossword Clue
  • Spiritual force Crossword Clue
  • Parodies Crossword Clue
  • Other ___ Crossword Clue
  • Choices for Negroni cocktails Crossword Clue
  • Thelma and Louise, e.g. Crossword Clue
  • Fancy serving platter at a sushi restaurant Crossword Clue
  • Mad Crossword Clue
  • “Wheel of Fortune” spin on either side of “ONE MILLION” Crossword Clue
  • Something to raise a glass for Crossword Clue
  • Continues doggedly, with “on” Crossword Clue
  • Dominated Crossword Clue
  • Having one on the way, slangily Crossword Clue
  • Final act Crossword Clue
  • French term of endearment that literally means “cabbage” Crossword Clue
  • Agenda for a vet visit, maybe Crossword Clue
  • Student financial aid option Crossword Clue
  • Chilling Crossword Clue
  • Bombshell Crossword Clue
  • “Who ___ you?” Crossword Clue
  • “Be polite!,” in a way Crossword Clue
  • “A Hunger Artist” writer Crossword Clue
  • One for the road? Crossword Clue
  • Chicago Auto Show debut of 1989 Crossword Clue
  • Emilia vis-à-vis Desdemona, in “Othello” Crossword Clue
  • Caught Crossword Clue
  • “Eww!” Crossword Clue
  • Be just behind Crossword Clue
  • Former U.S. poet laureate Dove Crossword Clue
  • From scratch Crossword Clue
  • Not just suggest Crossword Clue
  • His sister, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, was the first female president of the U.N. General Assembly Crossword Clue
  • Words with friends on one’s phone, say Crossword Clue
  • “Enough already!” Crossword Clue
  • Opposite of bottled Crossword Clue
  • Green lights in D.C. Crossword Clue
  • Sets, as a security system Crossword Clue
  • “Heyo” Crossword Clue
  • Do something wrong Crossword Clue
  • Kind of verb in grammar Crossword Clue
  • Headed Crossword Clue
  • Mushroom eaten in ramen Crossword Clue
  • It takes years and years to complete Crossword Clue
  • Upper-level security clearance status Crossword Clue
  • Some wet weather attire Crossword Clue
  • One singer of “Dear Theodosia” in “Hamilton” Crossword Clue
  • Cream quantity Crossword Clue
  • Some might be sculpted, informally Crossword Clue
  • Serve as an agent (for) Crossword Clue
  • Picked up Crossword Clue
  • “Gymnopédies” composer Crossword Clue
  • Modern-day home of the Ashanti empire Crossword Clue
  • Toast, with “a” Crossword Clue
  • Bizarre Crossword Clue
  • ___ page Crossword Clue
  • “So Sick” hitmaker of 2006 Crossword Clue
  • ___ Oaks, neighborhood in eastern Queens Crossword Clue
  • Word before god or devil Crossword Clue
  • Fate Crossword Clue
  • Alternative to a 2-Down, today Crossword Clue
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