New Yorker Crossword August 24 2023 Answers (8/24/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's New Yorker Crossword puzzle for August 24 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Our New Yorker Crossword August 24, 2023 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue.

The New Yorker Crossword August 24, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the New Yorker Crossword on 8/24/23, we’ve listed all of the crossword clues below so you can find the answer(s) you need. You can search for the clue and then select 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!

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“Good Morning America” competitor
Mined minerals
Social-issue TV spots produced by the Ad Council
Schoolyard rebuttal to “Am not!”
Disastrous defeat
Scratch that!
Extra file saved just in case
Surface-level, like repetition-based learning
___-mo (instant-replay speed)
Ledger who won a posthumous Oscar, for playing the Joker
Rooftop toppers that indicate wind direction
“Largemouth” fish
Extremely happy
Words to live by
Dish made to order at some breakfast buffets
Feature of an I.D. card
Deducts from one’s taxable income
Board game whose title no longer includes the phrase “Settlers of”
That guy’s
___ Birch (“American Beauty” actress named for a Norse god)
Place for overnight guests or a home office
Heaped
Meet up with again, as a group
Memory failure
Term for stockings that comes from a synthetic fabric
Planet explored by the rover Perseverance
Less-listened-to half of a record, typically
Word before “God” or “heavens”
Stashed away from view
Stage and screen director Kazan
“Why is everyone so pissed at me?”
“Sadly . . ."
Droop like a thirsty plant
When Hell freezes over, so to speak
“A ___ of Two Cities”
Man, Martinique, or Maui
Twinkle in one’s eye, e.g.
They’re seen at the tops of browser windows
Verbal exam
Architectural style of some Miami Beach buildings, familiarly
Pose a question
“Really? Of all the things to screw up . . .”
Mammals found in every ocean on Earth
When tripled, what to do for the home team in “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”
“Bought the farm” or “bit the dust,” for example
Home for hogs
Vessels flying the Jolly Roger flag
Implements used by Paleolithic humans
Performed onstage, perhaps
“___ Always a Woman” (Billy Joel song)
Cancún coin
Reason to hand one’s car keys to a complete stranger
Early, possibly buggy, version of an app
Do-over, in tennis
British bloke
Phone-keypad precursor
Constellation with a celestial “belt”
Mac alternatives
Question to a mysterious voice on the other end of the line
Priceless?
Hula hoop or Rubik’s Cube, once
“Apollo 13” director Howard
Touch down on the runway
Brand of wafer cookies sometimes layered in banana pudding
Not glossy
Saddle, sofa, or stool, e.g.
Corridor
Home for honeybees
“You got a better ___?”
Residence that might be named for a famous alum
Historical setting for “All Quiet on the Western Front,” briefly
Marina ___ Rey, California

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