The New Yorker Thursday, 22 February 2024 Crossword Answers

Daily solution for the The New Yorker Crossword Clues Thursday, 22 February 2024 by Robyn Weintraub. The New Yorker Crosswords are very hard sometimes, with our help you will be able to finish the tricky definitions.
Below you will find all the answers for the The New Yorker Crossword Clues Thursday, 22 February 2024 divided to 2 sections, Across clues and Down Clues.

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Across

Number Clues Answers
1 Candidate with the 2008 campaign slogan “Yes We Can” OBAMA
6 Spinning top marked with the Hebrew letters nun, gimel, he, and shin DREIDEL
13 Beauty marks, e.g. MOLES
14 Warm headwear options WOOLCAPS
15 Majorly famous celebs, collectively ALIST
16 Tex-Mex dish sometimes served in an edible bowl TACOSALAD
17 “Hold it!” NOTSOFAST
19 Shady tree ELM
20 Benedict Arnold, for one TRAITOR
22 Dogs with yellow, chocolate, or black coats, informally LABS
25 Load, as cargo LADE
28 Notifications ALERTS
30 ___TV (network that airs “Impractical Jokers”) TRU
31 Foreboding sign OMEN
32 “Take a look for yourself!” GOSEE
33 “Casino Royale” author Fleming IAN
34 Religious offshoots SECTS
36 Matey’s rear AFT
37 Pot, e.g., or what’s grown in a pot PLANT
39 Antlered Yellowstone grazer ELK
40 Fire-___ (circus performer) EATER
42 First word in many fairy tales ONCE
43 ___ Tac (breath-mint brand) TIC
44 Huge concert venues ARENAS
46 Workplace watchdog, for short OSHA
47 Waikiki’s island OAHU
49 Like some sightseeing buses OPENTOP
51 Yankovic and Pacino, for two ALS
53 Courtroom closings, e.g. ARGUMENTS
57 Expressed on a grander scale WRITLARGE
60 State with an annual Spud Day celebration IDAHO
61 Dealership offer that might last for three years or thirty-six thousand miles WARRANTY
62 Magnate TITAN
63 Gender-reveal-party announcement that might be accompanied by blue confetti ITSABOY
64 Like the weather in many Hallmark Christmas movies SNOWY

Down

Number Clues Answers
1 Neighbor of Yemen OMAN
25 Get bested by LOSETO
57 Conflict that began in the wake of Franz Ferdinand’s assassination: Abbr. WWI
2 ___ tie (piece of Western neckwear) BOLO
26 Aviator Earhart AMELIA
58 Subway scurrier RAT
3 Landed on a perch ALIT
27 Celebrity seating? DECKCHAIRS
4 Private dining quarters? MESSTENT
48 The “U” in UV ULTRA
5 John Jacob ___ (nineteenth-century multimillionaire) ASTOR
35 Caribbean or Mediterranean, for example SEA
52 Big portion of ribs or bacon SLAB
18 U.S. agcy. whose Web site includes data on unruly-passenger incidents FAA
41 Identity for one who doesn’t feel certain kinds of attraction, informally ARO
59 “It’s ___ from me” ANO
16 Parking-lot shindig before a football game TAILGATEPARTY
14 Fruitless pursuit WASTEOFENERGY
6 Marvel neurosurgeon turned superhero DOCTORSTRANGE
7 “Winnie-the-Pooh” character whose name rhymes with Pooh ROO
21 Google Maps recommendation: Abbr. RTE
45 Man’s nickname composed of three consecutive letters STU
8 “When all ___ fails . . .” ELSE
29 Fall mo. SEP
50 Doesn’t include OMITS
9 Words a bluffing poker player doesn’t want to hear ICALL
38 Added to a group chat, say LOOPEDIN
10 Dogs pursued by Cruella de Vil, in a Disney film DALMATIANS
54 Intergovernmental grp. with a phonetic alphabet NATO
11 Pollution-regulating org. EPA
23 Tree limb BRANCH
55 Move from the freezer to the counter, say THAW
12 Psychedelic drug associated with hippie culture LSD
24 Brew steeped outdoors on a warm day SUNTEA
56 Company that introduced the Walkman in 1979 SONY