New York Times Crossword Solver

Updated on February 27, 2021 at 03:15 AM

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The last update of February 27, 2021 has 70 clues, all of which are answered below.

February 27, 2021 Answers

Hoopster's mantra
Two-time FIFA Women's World Player of the Year (2001, 2002)
"My point is ..."
Like castaways, before being cast away
Set for the afternoon?
A couple of dollars?
Material whose name is a Scandinavian country in French
Moves like a butterfly
Stingray feature, once
Pioneer in 35mm cameras
School softball?
Singer Braxton, sister of Toni
Its birthstone is peridot: Abbr.
"Let's get ___!" (party cry)
In the cloud, say
Title character in a "Sgt. Pepper" song
Night light
Wiz Khalifa's "We ___ Boyz"
Ron who played Tarzan on old TV
Some didy changers
Fare from some bars
Smart ___
"Au revoir!"
Letter to the editor, often
Atomic clock timekeeper
Prefix with binary
Kind of bowl ordered at a juice bar
Opposite of cheap eats
Actress/YouTube star ___ Condor
"East of Eden" twin
#1 on a list, maybe
"Buzz off!"
Renato's wife in Verdi's "Un Ballo in Maschera"
Some deals from dealerships
"___ Mañanitas" (Mexican birthday song)
Woman's name that's also a plural suffix
Work it, on the runway
Four-time Grammy winner Lyle
George Sand title heroine
[I'm such an idiot!]
Selassie of Ethiopia
What this is an example of: \_(^.^)_/
Trope seen in rom-coms
Rub the right way?
Switched (on)
Alternative to polyester
Home for a drone
Props of sorts
Vehicle equipped with photovoltaic cells
Schroeder plays one, in the comics
Dig for insights, digitally
Annual N.Y.C. event hosted by Vogue
Some Pepperidge Farm cookies
"Get Out" star Kaluuya
Like, now
Birth control pioneer Margaret
Like some drones
What comes before old age?
"Of course it looks good on you!," maybe


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