New Yorker Crossword July 3 2024 Answers (7/3/24)

Here are all of the answers to today's New Yorker Crossword puzzle for July 3 2024 to help you finish it up!
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The New Yorker Crossword July 3, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the New Yorker Crossword on 7/3/24, 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
1A Fairy-tale meanie
5A No-win situation?
8A Religious hymn
13A “I thought you were never going to show up”
15A Like a ship between ports
16A Headlines scrolling along the bottom of a TV screen
17A Well known
18A Daly who played the Lacey of “Cagney & Lacey”
19A Savings option for one’s golden years: Abbr.
20A Pussy ___ (character who says to James Bond, “You can turn off the charm. I’m immune”)
21A “I’m fine with that”
23A Nation such as Cherokee, on the Federal Register
26A Fact-filled reference book
29A “Have you ever seen anything like it before?”
31A Run off at the mouth
33A ___ & Young (accounting firm)
34A Asian currency represented by ¥
35A Legally relinquish
36A Broadway’s Sweeney ___
37A “Would’ve been nice if you’d told me up front”
39A Did some dancing at the disco
41A Birch, beech, and peach, for example
42A “Stop acting like a baby!”
44A Houston sluggers
47A Accessory for a scuba diver
48A Injure
52A Tall marshy grasses
53A Word often used interchangeably with “fonts”
55A Basis for a scholarship or scouting badge
56A Pushes an entire stack of chips to the pot, say
57A “O beautiful for spacious ___”
58A “Getting an ___ Hurts. Why Aren’t More Women Offered Relief?” (Times headline)
59A Part of speech for “part” and “speech”
1D Do as instructed
2D Dress for a gala
3D Deceptive scheme
4D “And so on”: Abbr.
5D Headwear with a princess costume
6D “Already thought of that and adjusted the plan accordingly”
7D Wormlike fish that can swim backward
8D “A man, a plan, a canal, ___” (palindromic phrase)
9D Legal diamond theft?
10D Regarding
11D Look like a creep?
12D “A match ___ in heaven”
13D Tiny snack for an aardvark
14D Preschoolers’ three-wheeled vehicles
20D Businesses that often see an uptick in membership after the New Year
21D Death notice, for short
22D Like Louis Braille
23D Pulsate
24D Total stranger, casually
25D “Everything comes down to this crucial moment!”
27D “Two households, both ___ in dignity / In fair Verona, where we lay our scene”
28D Spelunkers’ destinations
29D Like freshly applied paint
30D Liv of the “Lord of the Rings” films
32D Place for a good night’s rest
35D Operation ___ Speed (COVID-19 vaccine-delivery program with a name derived from “Star Trek”)
37D Bands’ bookings
38D Old Apple music app
40D Jacob Marley and three other visitors, in “A Christmas Carol”
43D Got the last of the Windex off, maybe
44D Body parts used when performing “I’m a Little Teapot”
45D Go on a hunt for
46D “Desperate Housewives” star Hatcher
48D Angelic topper
49D Bill of Rights advocacy org.
50D Stagecoach-steering strap
51D Web portal with a butterfly logo
53D ___ Fridays
54D Swiftie or Beyhive member, e.g.

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