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

Here are all of the answers to today's New Yorker Crossword puzzle for January 2 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Our New Yorker Crossword January 2, 2024 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue.

The New Yorker Crossword January 2, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the New Yorker Crossword on 1/2/24, 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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Tao, literally
“La ___ et la Bête”
Contraction with two apostrophes
Arm of the Dept. of Labor
When Pablo Picasso painted “The Old Guitarist” and “La Vie”
Editor’s override
It’s built up during a workout
Proverbial doorstop
What might cause someone to snap?
Mortimer ___ (ventriloquist’s dummy of old TV)
“Two Concepts of Liberty” lecturer Berlin
Like icebox cakes
Those on the tenure track, for short
Peters who won an Emmy for “Mare of Easttown”
Cupful from a street vender in Kolkata
Nonbinary pronoun
Creator of a surreal dream sequence in Hitchcock’s “Spellbound”
Queens’s ___ Park
Made more than
Slides (over)
Wear confidently
2017 title role for Hugh Jackman
Diego Velázquez painting in which “representation undertakes to represent itself,” per Michel Foucault
Opposite of bueno
Edith Wharton character who is described as a “ruin of a man” after surviving a crash
Fool, to a Brit
Part of a company
“So do I”
Count in music
Moola in Cholula
1982 track that topped Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time” list
Negativity fuelled by jealousy, as popularized by Mary J. Blige
Some cosmetic augmentations, for short
Airline that only offers kosher meals
“American Graffiti” director George
Words of assistance
Item stocked in an infirmary
“Dies ___” (Latin hymn)
Ref. book
___ dire (jury-selection process)
Cheap, in adspeak
Sink temporarily
“The only serious thing in the world,” according to Oscar Wilde
Relative of a Swiss Roll
Lo-fi genre that boomed during the COVID-19 lockdowns
Pushing the envelope
Some Parmesan-topped courses
Tennyson’s “Geraint and ___”
Land unit
Blaze, to Blaise
Parks it
___ center
I.S.P. featured in “You’ve Got Mail”
Dunne of “The Awful Truth”
Informal discussion
Detangler targets
“Au contraire!”
Encouraging start?
C’est ___ que tu parles?” (De Niro-inspired line in “La Haine”)
Dried out

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