New York Crossword Answers September 14, 2019

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The list below contains all the clues found on the New York Times Crossword of September 14, 2019. Click the clue to reveal the correct answer for it.

  • Picked up a split, e.g. Crossword Clue
  • Fop’s accessory Crossword Clue
  • Word appearing twice in a Shakespeare title Crossword Clue
  • Break from the rat race Crossword Clue
  • One of 23 for Matt Stairs (an M.L.B. record) Crossword Clue
  • Finishing a sentence, say Crossword Clue
  • What the Ponte Vecchio spans Crossword Clue
  • Frisky grp.? Crossword Clue
  • See 12-Down Crossword Clue
  • Golfer’s concern Crossword Clue
  • Where Joan of Arc was held captive Crossword Clue
  • Prints and such Crossword Clue
  • Cambodian bread Crossword Clue
  • Like G-rated vis-à-vis PG-13 and R-rated language Crossword Clue
  • Shadow Crossword Clue
  • Abhors Crossword Clue
  • “My God!,” to Jesus Crossword Clue
  • In base eight Crossword Clue
  • Sharp remark Crossword Clue
  • Evidence of a past hanging Crossword Clue
  • Breathless Crossword Clue
  • Puts away quickly, in a way Crossword Clue
  • “Beware the ___ of a patient man”: Dryden Crossword Clue
  • Word found three times in the unofficial U.S. Postal Service motto Crossword Clue
  • Home to the Woody Guthrie Center Crossword Clue
  • Citation provider Crossword Clue
  • Excel spreadsheet function Crossword Clue
  • ___ supra (Latin phrase in a scholarly paper) Crossword Clue
  • Work the soil Crossword Clue
  • Biggie in the rap business Crossword Clue
  • They help drivers get rid of their slices Crossword Clue
  • Repeated chant in “Hot Hot Hot” Crossword Clue
  • Employment opportunity Crossword Clue
  • Fix a flat? Crossword Clue
  • On the decline Crossword Clue
  • Hypes Crossword Clue
  • Things that are sometimes brokered Crossword Clue
  • More gray-tinted Crossword Clue
  • European coal center Crossword Clue
  • Form of the Italian “to be” Crossword Clue
  • “More info will be coming” Crossword Clue
  • “What are you waiting for?!” Crossword Clue
  • Fish with a symbiotic relationship with sharks Crossword Clue
  • Enjoyed, in a way Crossword Clue
  • Sharing of a moral viewpoint to gain social approval Crossword Clue
  • Keeps distracted Crossword Clue
  • One with a 20-Across Crossword Clue
  • What an anemic person might lack Crossword Clue
  • “Ecce homo” speaker Crossword Clue
  • Old Eur. domain Crossword Clue
  • Little sucker Crossword Clue
  • Symbol of angular velocity Crossword Clue
  • Loved ones Crossword Clue
  • One laying down on the job? Crossword Clue
  • Ones needing a good memory, it’s said Crossword Clue
  • Get cozy (with) Crossword Clue
  • Pirate Crossword Clue
  • Way out Crossword Clue
  • “… or possibly not even that” Crossword Clue
  • Narcotized condition Crossword Clue
  • Marriageable, quaintly Crossword Clue
  • Certain Middle Easterner Crossword Clue
  • A.L. Central team Crossword Clue
  • Bobby in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Crossword Clue
  • ___ fixe Crossword Clue
  • “Frozen” reindeer Crossword Clue
  • Chaotic situation Crossword Clue
  • Hoppy medium, for short? Crossword Clue
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