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NYT Crossword November 13 2022 Answers (11/13/22)


The New York Times has been publishing Crosswords since 1942, and there is the regular, full-sized Crossword along with the Mini Crossword. This post shares all of the answers to the NYT Crossword published November 13 2022.

NYT Crossword Answers Guide

Here are all of the answers for the recent New York Times Crossword. Click/tap on the appropriate clue to get the answer. (We have done it this way so that if you’re just looking for a handful of clues, you won’t spoil other ones you’re working on!) You can also find an ongoing post of the latest NYT Crossword answers.

  • Sell, as bicycles?
  • Coups in journalism
  • What might prompt a run for congress?
  • Arctic jacket
  • Hairspray brand since the 1950s
  • Big name in pain relief
  • Band whose final album, “Synchronicity,” was their most popular, with “The”
  • More in need of practice
  • 24 horas from now
  • Big name in pain relief
  • Disembark
  • Used an unspoken language
  • One not getting in too deep
  • Chinese zodiac animal
  • Tiny amount of time: Abbr.
  • Hella
  • Game typically played in the dark
  • Become established
  • Calf site
  • Common concert merch
  • Pronoun for Frenchwomen
  • Like diamonds
  • It shares a key with “!”
  • It might be stuck on the chopping block
  • Rise, as a steed might
  • Politico Cheney
  • Color wheel options
  • Old yellers?
  • Animal with a prominent proboscis
  • Trifling, informally
  • Lab-engineered fare, facetiously … or a hint to the six crossings of shaded squares
  • Totenberg of NPR
  • “___ at 11” (local news promo)
  • Prefix with biology
  • Thing moving through a tube, maybe
  • Qom home
  • Lenovo competitor
  • Bountiful harvests for farmers … or another hint to the crossings of shaded squares
  • Grub
  • What gorillas have that giraffes lack?
  • Spot for a tattoo
  • Prefix with biology
  • Peter Pan alternative
  • Achieved a flight training milestone
  • Hiking group?
  • Email symbols, informally
  • Target of an annual shot
  • Worker who makes a ton of dough
  • Terse affirmation
  • Producers of multiple outs, for short
  • Like a very heavy sleeper
  • Precisely
  • It’s “rarely pure and never simple,” per Oscar Wilde
  • Bit of hairstyling
  • Mop’s partner, in a brand name
  • Measures up to
  • Tight (with)
  • Pipes up
  • Pinkerton who founded the Pinkerton detective agency
  • Unpredictable change
  • Is delighted by the invitation
  • “Brille Brille Petite ___” (children’s song abroad)
  • Mesopotamian metropolis
  • Thinks up
  • Experience sharer
  • Got in order
  • Fast-sounding freshwater fish
  • Eye-grabbing email subject line
  • Tree of the custard apple family
  • “The ___ Holmes Mysteries” (young adult series)
  • Gave (out)
  • Claptrap
  • Makes some deep cuts in
  • Barely squeeze (by)
  • Unlawful occupant
  • Swear word
  • Swear word
  • Garnish for a Gibson cocktail
  • Jurors, to a defendant
  • Word with food, clothes or entertainment
  • Quick escapes
  • Cry of perfection from a carpenter?
  • City NW of Bar Harbor
  • Retort to “No, you’re not able”
  • Has for supper
  • Seeing someone socially
  • Loud, as a crowd
  • “For ___, all nature is too little”: Seneca
  • Tesla but not Edison
  • Vast quantity
  • Smart ___
  • Bad look
  • Kenan’s comedy partner
  • Queen commemorated on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Objects from faraway lands
  • Not so harsh
  • Land of leprechauns
  • Seek, as punitive payment
  • 1993 R&B hit with the lyric “Keep playin’ that song all night”
  • Seat of Utah County
  • Most off-the-wall
  • Alphabet ___
  • Illegal, as a download
  • Ensnared
  • Return payments?
  • Totally terrif
  • Go back for more
  • “Knives Out” actress Ana de ___
  • “Happy to!”
  • Contacts via Instagram, informally
  • Singer/songwriter ___ Mai
  • They start in the corners
  • Bygone magazine for rock music enthusiasts
  • Beast with a mouth best left unexamined
  • Where you went
  • Longtime Progressive spokeswoman
  • Vehicle that might have parachute brakes
  • Brand name-checked in Paul Simon’s “Kodachrome”
  • It’s hot right now
  • Some skin care ingredients, informally
  • Relative of a waterspout
  • More cocksure
  • Sch. for which John Wayne played tackle
  • Wedding proposal?
  • So-called “father of geometry”
  • Honors in the ad biz
  • Fit in
  • “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” spinoff
  • Unpopular food that’s rich in minerals
  • A-listers
  • Claw
  • Hägar the Horrible’s hound
  • Twosome
  • 105-Down, e.g.
  • Spanish dirección
  • Source of big green eggs

We also recommend trying your hand at the Mini Crossword, which is definitely easier (on all days!) as it is 5×5, compared to the full-sized crossword (which is 15×15, and the Sunday edition is 21×21!). New crosswords are released at 10PM ET on weekdays and 6PM ET on weekends.

If you’re still struggling to solve your NYT crosswords, consider practicing with the Eugene Sheffer and Thomas Joseph dailies first. If you’re looking for similarly challenging crosswords, we recommend the WSJ Crossword and LA Times Crossword.

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