New York Crossword Answers October 17, 2020

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The list below contains all the clues found on the New York Times Crossword of October 17, 2020. Click the clue to reveal the correct answer for it.

  • Pattern of five shapes arranged like this puzzle’s central black squares Crossword Clue
  • Highlands memorials Crossword Clue
  • Like Davy Jones’s locker Crossword Clue
  • Request before a deal Crossword Clue
  • Type face? Crossword Clue
  • Treaty signed by Carter and Brezhnev Crossword Clue
  • Some last a lifetime Crossword Clue
  • Grind Crossword Clue
  • Hunger (for) Crossword Clue
  • Summer Mass. hrs. Crossword Clue
  • ___ Yonath, 2009 Chemistry co-Nobelist Crossword Clue
  • No-goodnik Crossword Clue
  • Roman’s foe in the Gallic Wars Crossword Clue
  • Building supports Crossword Clue
  • “Veep” actress Chlumsky Crossword Clue
  • About to explode, maybe Crossword Clue
  • Do some supermarket work Crossword Clue
  • More repulsive Crossword Clue
  • Chemistry student’s expense Crossword Clue
  • With 61-Across, two-time N.C.A.A. football champs of the 2010s Crossword Clue
  • Inexperienced with Crossword Clue
  • Puts away Crossword Clue
  • Alternatives to Nikes Crossword Clue
  • God with a chariot pulled by goats Crossword Clue
  • Overseer of millions at work, perhaps Crossword Clue
  • Govt. research grant org. Crossword Clue
  • Ending with xylyl Crossword Clue
  • Goblins, old-style Crossword Clue
  • Follow Crossword Clue
  • Changed one’s tune, in brief? Crossword Clue
  • One side of the Ural Mountains Crossword Clue
  • Who definitely isn’t the real McCoy? Crossword Clue
  • Setting for “The Great Escape” Crossword Clue
  • Present person Crossword Clue
  • See 38-Across Crossword Clue
  • One of five depicted in this puzzle Crossword Clue
  • NATO alphabet letter before Romeo Crossword Clue
  • Needing to be tucked in, say? Crossword Clue
  • Disclaimer hinting at false humility Crossword Clue
  • Brings home Crossword Clue
  • Shout, in Chamonix Crossword Clue
  • SOS responder, for short Crossword Clue
  • Newborn Crossword Clue
  • Site of Coleridge’s “stately pleasure-dome” Crossword Clue
  • Paper alternative to plastic Crossword Clue
  • Political commentator Navarro Crossword Clue
  • “___ never work” Crossword Clue
  • Whence a memorable emperor’s fall Crossword Clue
  • Gadfly Crossword Clue
  • Reaction to an unexpected joke Crossword Clue
  • ___ City (Baghdad district) Crossword Clue
  • Ornaments Crossword Clue
  • Sharpen, as a razor Crossword Clue
  • Palindromic tennis champ of the 1990s Crossword Clue
  • Hitting Crossword Clue
  • Bronze: Lat. Crossword Clue
  • Old ___ Crossword Clue
  • Tailgate party sight Crossword Clue
  • French dessert of fruit encased in sweet batter Crossword Clue
  • Theater director Trevor with three Tonys Crossword Clue
  • Language from which “peyote” comes Crossword Clue
  • Unfortunate event Crossword Clue
  • Flamingo’s support, often Crossword Clue
  • Blush Crossword Clue
  • Flounder relative Crossword Clue
  • Brain wave readers, for short Crossword Clue
  • “Really? Is *nobody* on my side now?” Crossword Clue
  • Rackets Crossword Clue
  • Something to shoot for Crossword Clue
  • Morocco’s next-largest city after Casablanca Crossword Clue
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