New Yorker Crossword February 1 2024 Answers (2/1/24)

Here are all of the answers to today's New Yorker Crossword puzzle for February 1 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Our New Yorker Crossword February 1, 2024 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue.

The New Yorker Crossword February 1, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the New Yorker Crossword on 2/1/24, 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
Taxi
Not at all lengthy
Name of a tennis stadium in Queens that once neighbored (and is an anagram of) 16-Across
“Yeah, right!”
Taunt indicated by an extended index finger and thumb by the forehead
Name of a former baseball stadium in Queens that neighbored (and is an anagram of) 9-Across
Source of extra income, in addition to one’s day job
Little green veggies
Australian state referenced in the name of a Looney Tunes “Devil”
Birdsong-like name of a Looney Tunes canary
Plan (to)
M.D.s for sinusitis sufferers
Actor Wilson of “Wedding Crashers”
Is into, as something groovy
Greek letter that resembles an “X”
___ Marquez, “Rent” character with an alliterative name
Option for a subway commuter whose stop is skipped by the express
Squad-car alerts, for short
Commercial prefix meaning “low-priced”
___ out a victory (barely wins)
Crustacean who takes up residence in an abandoned seashell
Colorful accessory earned in karate
“Much ___ About Nothing”
Like lemons and grapefruit
Org. concerned with food safety
Give credit to in an endnote
Take back one’s statement, as Galileo did about heliocentrism
“Golden” songs from long ago
“Stop or I’m telling Mom!”
Overflow (with)
Piece of furniture to sit at during a back-yard barbecue, say
Button on a deli scale
Ivy League school in Philly
So many
Stone used in some black-and-white jewelry carvings
Gentle reminder
Verb followed by “Pray” and “Love,” in a Julia Roberts film title
List of names in a playbill
Continent home to more than half of the world’s population
Raises a hand at Sotheby’s
Lacking tact
Riveter on Second World War posters
“Mistake duly noted”
Wriggly fish that lacks pelvic fins
Worry
Colorado ski town that shares its name with a deciduous tree
Bakery-counter desserts that can feed a crowd
Spacecraft’s protection from high temperatures during reëntry
Not at all challenging
Ideology that might seek to smash the patriarchy
“Star Wars” pilot Solo
Direction travelled on the Oregon Trail
Ross of the Supremes
___ Steaks (Nebraska-based meat company)
Completely erased, as a hard drive or a chalkboard
Needlepoint or cross-stitch
Dollop of hair gel, e.g.
Photo-sharing app owned by Meta, colloquially
“Morbius” actor Jared
Happen
Portion of a trial in which earlier testimony might be contradicted
“Hmm . . . interesting”
Competitor of Seiko and Citizen
Signalling to an actor about lines and entrances
Make up for misdeeds
Small criticism to “pick”
Palindromic name that’s also the Italian word for eight
Began a turn on “Wheel of Fortune”
Woodwind instrument spelled with three vowels
Sephora rival
Reason for a cram session
“Much ___ About Nothing” (“The Simpsons” episode title in which a character’s name replaces 43-Across)

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