Friday, November 25, 2016

New York Times Crossword Answers, November 26th 2016

On this page you will find all the answers to New York Times Crossword of November 26th 2016.

November 26th 2016 Answers

Clue Answer
See 4-Down WATSON
"You think you're soooo funny ..." HAHAHA
Playground rejoinder ARENOT
With 1-Down, five-time winner of the British Open TOM
Breeze SNAP
Presidential middle name ABRAM
General Israel of the American Revolution PUTNAM
Raised, as a trapdoor PRIEDUP
"Deal!" IMIN
Sticky treats CARAMELS
Search for oneself on Google, e.g. EGOSURF
Response to "Gracias" DENADA
Stands on the hind legs, in dialect RARESUP
Covered area near the fingertip NAILBED
Kid-lit character with a "Purple Crayon" HAROLD
River flowing from the Garden of Eden, in the Bible TIGRIS
Clobbered, in British slang LAMPED
May honorees, colloquially MOMMAS
Cost of fighting? WARDEBT
Definitely not a city slicker RURALIST
Country of 180 million people that has never participated in the Winter Olympics NIGERIA
Snackable treat on a stick CAKEPOP
Ancient playwright who specialized in New Comedy TERENCE
Can't help but HAVETO
Pound with sound DEAFEN
Suddenly attack LASHAT
Chilling ATEASE
Made a bad impression on DENTED
Stand-up comedian's prop, often STOOL
Adolph who coined the motto "All the News That's Fit to Print" OCHS
Player of oldies when they were newies HIFI
Birth announcement info: Abbr. LBS
Facebook acquired it in 2014 for $19.3 billion WHATSAPP
Coffee shop menu adjective ICED
Narrator of Broadway's "Hamilton" AARONBURR
Dungeons & Dragons class MAGE
Sci-fi hit whose tagline is "Bring him home" THEMARTIAN
Core component IRON
Japanese honorific SAN
Subway alternative PANERA
Org. featured in 16-Across NASA
"Pick me! Pick me!" OHOH
Hit the big time MADEIT
___ wrestling MUD
Brazilian state capital NATAL
Religious period dating from A.D. 622 MUSLIMERA
Just not done? RAW
Drinking game where each bar that's visited is considered a hole PUBGOLF
Like 38-Down ROMAN
Locks in place for a while? PERMS
The orangutan, in "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" CULPRIT
Not at all sharp DIM
Like noir detective novels, typically HARDEDGED
Leaves on the menu? SALAD
Going by AKA
Some farm vehicles DEERES
Asian appetizer SATE
Lead-in to -drome VELO
Something seen on cold days BREATH
Sanders, for one: Abbr. SEN
Longfellow's "Evangeline," e.g. EPIC
Stereotypical wear for a crackpot theorist TINFOILHAT
Reggae's Peter TOSH
Swedish pop group whose 1994 hit "The Sign" was #1 for six weeks ACEOFBASE
Stops waffling OPTS
In force? ENLISTED

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