New Yorker Crossword February 22 2024 Answers (2/22/24)

Here are all of the answers to today's New Yorker Crossword puzzle for February 22 2024 to help you finish it up!
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The New Yorker Crossword February 22, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the New Yorker Crossword on 2/22/24, 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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Candidate with the 2008 campaign slogan “Yes We Can”
Spinning top marked with the Hebrew letters nun, gimel, he, and shin
Beauty marks, e.g.
Warm headwear options
Majorly famous celebs, collectively
Tex-Mex dish sometimes served in an edible bowl
“Hold it!”
Shady tree
Benedict Arnold, for one
Dogs with yellow, chocolate, or black coats, informally
Load, as cargo
Notifications
___TV (network that airs “Impractical Jokers”)
Foreboding sign
“Take a look for yourself!”
“Casino Royale” author Fleming
Religious offshoots
Matey’s rear
Pot, e.g., or what’s grown in a pot
Antlered Yellowstone grazer
Fire-___ (circus performer)
First word in many fairy tales
___ Tac (breath-mint brand)
Huge concert venues
Workplace watchdog, for short
Waikiki’s island
Like some sightseeing buses
Yankovic and Pacino, for two
Courtroom closings, e.g.
Expressed on a grander scale
State with an annual Spud Day celebration
Dealership offer that might last for three years or thirty-six thousand miles
Magnate
Gender-reveal-party announcement that might be accompanied by blue confetti
Like the weather in many Hallmark Christmas movies
Neighbor of Yemen
___ tie (piece of Western neckwear)
Landed on a perch
Private dining quarters?
John Jacob ___ (nineteenth-century multimillionaire)
Marvel neurosurgeon turned superhero
“Winnie-the-Pooh” character whose name rhymes with Pooh
“When all ___ fails . . .”
Words a bluffing poker player doesn’t want to hear
Dogs pursued by Cruella de Vil, in a Disney film
Pollution-regulating org.
Psychedelic drug associated with hippie culture
Fruitless pursuit
Parking-lot shindig before a football game
U.S. agcy. whose Web site includes data on unruly-passenger incidents
Google Maps recommendation: Abbr.
Tree limb
Brew steeped outdoors on a warm day
Get bested by
Aviator Earhart
Celebrity seating?
Fall mo.
Caribbean or Mediterranean, for example
Added to a group chat, say
Identity for one who doesn’t feel certain kinds of attraction, informally
Man’s nickname composed of three consecutive letters
The “U” in UV
Doesn’t include
Big portion of ribs or bacon
Intergovernmental grp. with a phonetic alphabet
Move from the freezer to the counter, say
Company that introduced the Walkman in 1979
Conflict that began in the wake of Franz Ferdinand’s assassination: Abbr.
Subway scurrier
“It’s ___ from me”

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