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New York Times Crossword Answers March 2 2021
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
Like a rumpled bed
___ tha Kyd (big name in rap, once)
Lead-in to correct
Lager or I.P.A.?
“Well, what have we here?!”
James Bond genre, informally
Like a brooding teen, maybe
Lose after being way ahead, as a lead
Hot fudge or caramel sauce?
“I goofed … who cares!”
“Eww, you could have kept that to yourself”
The “E” of Q.E.D.
[I can hear you, you know]
Kind of daisy
Neat or on the rocks?
Part of a wintry mix
Step between “ready” and “fire”
“Thanks, but no thanks”
Jägermeister or Fireball?
Keep ___ on (look after)
Chow down on, in modern slang
Part of E.S.L.: Abbr.
Chicken broth or beef bouillon?
Common text in A.P. Latin
“Star Wars” pilot who, despite his name, flies with a co-pilot
TV comic with a “Jokes Seth Can’t Tell” segment
Homes, in slang
Emanation from Barney Gumble on “The Simpsons”
Attends to one’s mental health, say
Last in a series
Participated in a stock exchange?
“Dragon Ball Z” genre of TV and film
Before, to poets
Some Russian vodka, informally
Web company that styles its name with an exclamation point
___ one’s sorrows
Vitamin that could also be a bingo call
Desktop debut of 1998
Like a contract that’s said to be “not worth the paper it’s written on”
Short albums, for short
Do an impression of
Increase in the number of teams in a league, e.g.
Makes a boo-boo
Begrudgingly accepts, as a loss
Whales and water fountains produce them
Like wet noodles
Power source for early engines
___-Barbera (onetime cartoon company)
Women’s health doc
Figure at a roast
Kind of nut with caffeine
Cooke who was known as the “King of Soul”
Some serious hosp. cases