New Yorker Crossword December 15 2023 Answers (12/15/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's New Yorker Crossword puzzle for December 15 2023 to help you finish it up!
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Our New Yorker Crossword December 15, 2023 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue.

The New Yorker Crossword December 15, 2023 Answers

If you need help solving the New Yorker Crossword on 12/15/23, 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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Clue
Does a dog trick
“Would that it weren’t so!”
Highly competent
Woolly pack animal
Rolling in dough
Potting material
Bet that conveys confidence
Market offering that surges because of social-media buzz (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
Animalistic persona that one might adopt when competing (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
Good-looking guy
What’s “lost” in March and “gained” again in November
Developer’s purchase
Treading the boards
Shop for rare recordings in secondhand stores (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
___ port (fortified wine with a brownish color)
Nickels and dimes
Tennis coup
Calc prerequisite
Tony of “Taxi” and “Who’s the Boss?”
Ireland, to poets
Green around the gills
Birthstone on the Mohs scale
Brest “Bye”
Scene that precedes a title sequence (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
Dextrose and sucrose, for two
“Insecure” star Issa
World of Warcraft wizard
Declares
Synonym for “acceptable” first used on “The Simpsons” (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
Do as little work at one’s job as possible (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
Renewable-energy option
Contractors’ offers
Write indelibly
“The ___ has spoken” (“Survivor” catchphrase)
Copy editor’s “never mind”
Morris who co-founded the Southern Poverty Law Center
School assignment?
Reveal too much
Magazine with a palindromic name
Fund-raising party
Tricking people into disclosing confidential information via text (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
Set of plates?
Practiced deceit
Highest point
Pronoun for a ship
Quick on the uptake
Godsend
Jazz musician’s flourish
Forest animal that bugles
Shakespeare title character
Drinks downed in a gulp
Coffee container
“West Coast” singer Del Rey
Room that’s often heavily insulated
Patriarch of the Gambino crime family
Woven fabric with a diagonal pattern
Talk show that featured Andy Richter as the host’s sidekick
Romantic appeal or flirting skill (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
“Beavis and Butt-Head” spinoff
More standoffish
Felis, for cats
Vigorously defend, with “for” (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
“Sick!”
Person who delights in trolling or making deliberately provocative comments (and a new Merriam-Webster entry of 2023)
Done for
Month formerly called Sextilis
Least sweet, as champagne
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Oscar winner Rockwell
Clothing consumers
Meet the needs of
Campaign helper
Clever
Jambalaya ingredient
“Night” author Wiesel
Collars
Arduous hike
Frequent Heisman Trophy winners: Abbr.
Letters at the end of a proof

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