New York Times Crossword Solver

Updated on May 13, 2021 at 02:15 AM

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The last update of May 13, 2021 has 79 clues, all of which are answered below.

May 13, 2021 Answers

Thymus, e.g.
Man's name that can follow "v" or "r" to form an English word
Blown away
Food staple referred to as "the gold of the Incas"
PlayStation's creator
Prego alternative
Direction of some subway trains
"Dude, Where's My Car?" [1979]
What's on the agenda
Excessively showy
Cheese akin to cheddar
"What's Eating Gilbert Grape" [2019]
Petulant retort
Wood strip
Hill figure, for short
Pal of Porthos and Aramis
Key of Beethoven's "Eroica"
"Qué ___?"
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" [1995]
C.D. holders, maybe
Obsess in front of the mirror
Much-abbreviated Latin phrase
NPR's ___ Radio Hour
"Swans Reflecting Elephants," e.g.
"How the West Was Won" [1969, 2010]
One of 150 in the Bible
Award-winning Streep
Hindu avatar
"O Brother, Where Art Thou?" [1990]
Settings for some courts
"You said it, sister!"
Woody and Buzz's owner in "Toy Story"
What was cool for a long time?
Supermodel Holliday
Top dog
One of a noted quintet
Sanjay of CNN
One of about five of blood in the average adult body
Out of the ordinary
Partner of here
Children, in legalese
Word before child or human
Manhattan component
Firebug's activity
Room for art
Results of flattery
Bon mot
Thom ___ (shoe brand)
Fresh stuff
Musical featuring the Jellicle Ball
"What ___?"
Get a load of this!
Have legs, so to speak
Beavering away
More than a couple
Psy-ops, say
Breeders' documents
"___ reflection ..."
Rug buyer's consideration
Film that lost to "Green Book" for Best Picture
Café order
Low pocket pair in Texas hold 'em
P.R. concern
Stun, in a way
Cool, '90s-style
Like early Elvis records
Chocolate ___
Elvis's record label


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