Category: New York Times
13-May-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Moisten, as a turkey
  2. Getting up
  3. Blow, as a volcano
  4. Bread spread
  5. Chemical cousin
  6. Noah's vessel
  7. Cigar residue
  8. Arthur of tennis fame
  9. Kiss: Sp
  10. "Star Trek: T.N.G." counselor
  11. Bart and Lisa's dad
  12. Nerves of steel, e.g
  13. Classic brand of candy wafers
  14. Abba song or musical
  15. Appear
  16. Cuts into small cubes
  17. "Dianetics" author L. ___ Hubbard
  18. Goes down, as the sun
  19. Precipice
  20. Pilots
  21. Pub offering
  22. Comic actor Dick Van ___
  23. "Lady Chatterley's Lover" novelist
  24. Solution strength
  25. Made certain
  26. Viewed
  27. Become unhinged
  28. How café may be served
  29. 18 or so, for a typical first-year college student
  30. Vegetarian's no-no
  31. Pain in a tooth or the heart
  32. Singer Lopez
  33. Locks in a barn?
  34. James of jazz
  35. Secret message
  36. Deflect
  37. Drink, as water from a dish
  38. "The Bells" poet
  39. Newspaper opinion piece
  40. Time starting at dawn, to poets
  41. "E pluribus ___"
  42. Europe's highest volcano
  43. Flamenco cheer
  44. Gchats, e.g
  45. Grain in Cheerios
  46. Captivate
  47. King Arthur's home
  48. Actor Claude of old TV
  49. German industrial city
  50. Department store department with shirts and slacks
  51. Utah senator who once ran for president
  52. Sugar substitute
  53. Alternative to .com or .net
  54. Change from the norm
  55. Like Easter eggs, colorwise
  56. ___ car salesman
  57. Time off, informally
  58. "That's overly explicit," in textspeak
  59. "Nervous" reactions
  60. Early talk show host Jack
  61. Real-life lawman who lent his name to a 1950s-'60s TV western
  62. Ben-___ (Charlton Heston role)
  63. Architect Saarinen
  64. ___ out (barely manages)
  65. "You don't mean me?!"
  66. Bedwear, briefly
  67. Hit repeatedly, as with snowballs
  68. Form of the Spanish for "to be"
  69. Top card
  70. Lauder of cosmetics
  71. Came down to earth
  72. Young chaps
  73. Attach with a string, say
  74. Bits of broken glass
  75. Early railroad tycoon whose nickname is a hint to the starts of 17-, 23-, 51- and 62-Across
  76. Practice piece for a pianist