New York times Expansion Pack Crossword puzzle answers | xwordsolver

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Across
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Host of the 1952 Winter Olympics: OSLO
5
Not suited (for): UNFIT
10
Beatles song with an exclamation mark in its title: HELP
14
Wild thing: BEAST
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Demeter's mother, in myth: RHEA
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Singer/songwriter Jones: NORAH
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Abbr. on a "works cited" list: ETAL
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Kemper of "The Office": ELLIE
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Direct path: BOTTOMLINE
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Lot of land, say: ACRE
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Director Frank: CAPRA
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Sea plea: SOS
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Dole (out): METE
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"Sheesh!": OLDERBROTHER
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Like some cheese ... or some movies: GRATED
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Toothsome: TASTY
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"Anything you suggest is fine": IMEASY
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Rathskeller decoration: STEIN
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Anthropologist's adjective: ETHNIC
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Small bits of dough: ONES
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Color of the Owl and Pussy-cat's boat: PUTTINGGREEN
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Connecting words in logic: ANDS
45
Baby's cry: WAH
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___ Mysteries (children's series starting with "The Absent Author"): ATOZ
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Champing at the bit: EAGER
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Biologist E. O. Wilson's focus: ANTS
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"Alas!": AHME
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Wimple wearer: NUN
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With 54-Across, commonly believed misconception: FALSE
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See 53-Across: TRUTH
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Panache: FLAIR
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Go for a spin: WHIRL
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Symbol of Middle America: PEORIA
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Emotionally disinvest oneself: LETGO
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___ long-horned beetle: ASIAN
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Something avoided during awkward situations: INCONTACT
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Firing offense?: ARSON
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Isolated hill: BUTTE
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They're shared between partners, one hopes: VALUES
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Extremely mean: NASTY
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Theater employee: USHER
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Into pieces: APART
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Fictional Mr. or real Dr.: SPOCK
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Popular flooring wood: OAK
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"Ready for ___ ...?": THIS
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Once more: ANEW
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Fair part: BOOTH
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Cocktail made with ginger beer: MULE
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Command to a dog: SIT
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Gets busy: ACTS
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Fish with a prehensile tail: CHARLEYHORSE
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Symbols of wave functions: PSIS
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One of the Furies of Greek myth: ALECTO
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"Them's fightin' words!": ITSON
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Quickly: ATARUN
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Suggest, with "of": SMACK
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Excoriate: SCATHE
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"Oh, that's so nice of you to say!": GIVINGTHANKS
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Disney+ competitor: HULU
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Fool: CON
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Revise: AMEND
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Chill: HANG
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Mad Hatter's social event: THIRDPARTY
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9 a.m. service: TERCE
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Command-Z, on a Mac: UNDO
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Falcon's home: AERIE
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Harness part: REIN
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Fragrant compound: ESTER
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Space heater?: STAR
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Back, in a way: BETON
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Online crafts market: ETSY
Down
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Suns, e.g.: ORBS
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"Scram!": SHOO
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"Enough dillydallying!": LETSGETONWITHIT
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Kind of milk: OAT
5
Like some expectations: UNMET
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Nick of "48 Hrs.": NOLTE
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The yolk's on them: FRIEDEGGS
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___ Malcolm, Jeff Goldblum's role in "Jurassic Park": IAN
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Alternative to this and that: THEOTHER
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Enters: HEADSIN
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"And so on and so forth": ETCETC
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Big Bird?: LARRY
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Ordinary citizen: PLEB
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Looks good on: BECOMES
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Overjoys: ELATES
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A as in Agamemnon: ALPHA
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Fathers: SIRES
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Lachrymose: TEARY
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Resident of a Mideast sultanate: OMANI
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Thin thoroughfare: LANE
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Melon parts: RINDS
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Brand that comes in short sleeves: RITZ
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Go across: SPAN
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Nobelist Desmond: TUTU
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Syntactician's drawing: TREE
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Transitioning phrase: ONTHATNOTE
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Approach: NEAR
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Flits here and there: GALLIVANTS
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Shenanigan: ANTIC
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Question to someone who looks impossibly young: WHATSYOURSECRET
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Broseph: AMIGO
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Animal aptly found in "feather one's nest": HERON
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Vibe: AURA
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Give a heads-up: ALERT
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The ___ things in life: FINER
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Principle: TENET
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Doesn't keep: ROTS
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Chemist's container: FLASK
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Is really down on: HATES
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Really come down: POUR
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Neighbors: ABUTS
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Food often served with gari (pickled ginger): SUSHI
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Backs of necks: NAPES
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Frustrating device in an arcade: CLAW
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Hurting: ACHY
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Kind: SORT
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Dressage for a horseback rider?: POLOSHIRT
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Plus: ALSO
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Perceptive, as an eye: KEEN
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Getting top marks on: ACING
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Betray: BACKSTAB
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Wool-gatherer?: MOTH
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Into pieces: ASUNDER
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Cacophony: CLANGOR
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Mild expletive: HECK
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Ask for money, informally: HITUP
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Pioneer of the Minneapolis sound: PRINCE
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Poet Gorman who wrote "The Hill We Climb": AMANDA
90
Banded rock: AGATE
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Keeps a watch on?: TIMES
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Stave off: AVERT
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Quaint contraction: SHANT
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Unusual object: CURIO
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Last name of the Boxcar Children, in children's literature: ALDEN
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Consequently: THUS
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Big name in elevators: OTIS
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Manhattan address abbr.: NYNY
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Part of a giggle: HEE
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"Sweet Dreams (___ Made of This)" (Eurythmics hit): ARE