NY Times Crossword 18 Oct 19, Friday

Daily solution for the NY Times Crossword 18 Oct 19, Friday. The New York Times Crosswords are very hard some times, with our help you will be able to finish the tricky definitions.
Below you will find all the answers for the NY Times Crossword 18 Oct 19, Friday divided to 2 sections, Across clues and Down Clues.

Did you find what you needed?
We hope you did!. If you are still unsure with some definitions, don’t hesitate to search them here with our crossword puzzle solver.

New Crossword clues and help App now available in the App Store and Google Play Store!
Crossword clues app Android Crossword clues app iphone iOs


Clues Answers
Set off, say IN ITALICS
Giant in health and beauty products AMWAY
Rom-com, typically DATE MOVIE
Fabric for a wedding dress VOILE
Electioneer’s reminder EVERY VOTE COUNTS
Avian mimic MYNA
Baileys, for one IRISH CREAM
Like fish that can be difficult to eat BONY
Goal of a vacation, informally R AND R
Word in many a promotional poster COMING
Diminish ERODE
___ bourgeoisie (gentry) HAUTE
Make fashionable GLAMORIZE
Yellowfin tuna AHI
Shepherd GUIDE
Pocketful or mouthful, say WAD
Symbol depicting a snake swallowing its tail OUROBOROS
Senescence AGING
Argue against REBUT
Current type of currency E-MONEY
Fruity liqueur base SLOE
Epithet for the uninformed ILLITERATI
It’s a shore thing SURF
One committing a fare-ly minor offense? TURNSTILE JUMPER
Group unlikely to get much playing time C-TEAM
It commemorates 1867’s Constitution Act CANADA DAY
Rules maven Edmond HOYLE
Receiving benefits ON THE DOLE


Clues Answers
The same, in legal citations IDEM
Shade of blue NAVY
Main lower artery, informally I-TEN
Huge storage unit TERABIT
Minnesota senator Klobuchar AMY
2016 film about a 1967 Supreme Court case LOVING
Bygone artist’s medium IVORY
New York’s ___ Field CITI
Episcopates SEES
Dark yellow-green AVOCADO
A hired one is called a moirologist MOURNER
Plied with alcohol, in a way WINED
Hitching post? ALTAR
Deferential affirmative YES’M
Auto accent CHROME
United ONE
Transportation secretary Elaine CHAO
Home of the all-vowel town Aiea OAHU
John who wrote “Our National Parks” MUIR
___ Rosewater, recurring character in Kurt Vonnegut novels ELIOT
Dosimeter units RADS
Maven GURU
“Checkmate!” I WIN!
Novelist Grey ZANE
Pushing the bounds of propriety EDGY
Drinking vessel with a stem GOBLET
It’s part of a series ORDINAL
“No idea” BEATS ME
Te ___ AMO
Flips out GOES MAD
Biblical miracle worker ELIJAH
Underworld ruler PLUTO
“Viva ___!” EL REY
Need for some bypass surgery STENT
What pruritus means, to laypeople ITCH
Part of P.R. RICO
___ Thicke, onetime late-night host ALAN
Hairstyle that needs pins UPDO
100 centavos, in Brazil REAL
David ___, comedian famous for impersonating Richard Nixon FRYE
Ulan-___, Siberian capital UDE