NYT Crossword February 11 2024 Answers (2/11/24)

We have all of the answers to the NYT Crossword puzzle for February 11 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Our NYT Crossword February 11, 2024 answers guide should help you finish today’s crossword if you’ve found yourself stuck on a crossword clue. The NYT Crossword is a daily puzzle that tests solvers’ knowledge and vocabulary. It’s one of the most popular crosswords in the world, known for its challenging clues and clever wordplay. The puzzle is published in the print edition of The New York Times and is also available online.

NYT Crossword February 11, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the NYT Crossword on 2/11/24, 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!

Looking for answers to another NYT Crossword puzzle? Check out our archive of NYT Crossword Answers. Our NYT Crossword Hints for February 11, 2024 are also available if you prefer not to be immediately spoiled.

___ Pérignon
Result of a sand save, in golf
Letter-shaped groove used in framing
Subway stop: Abbr.
Chicago Booth offering, in brief
Computer text standard
"If all goes well ..."
Shook a leg
Traditional Indonesian percussion orchestra
Baseball manager who once instructed his team to "Pair up in threes"
It may be a lot outside the city
It helps you get the picture
Sportscaster Hershiser
Annual Pebble Beach event
"That is hilarious!"
Food pyramid group
Orange juice specification
Place for poissons
IV placers
Support staff: Abbr.
Hostile party
Blue ___ (symbol of Delaware)
"The Terrible" czar
Sad response to "How was the game?"
Feel discontented
Having knobby bumps
Heretofore, poetically
Metal receptacle by a fireplace
College student's earnings
Student's do-over
Table scraps
Absinthe flavoring
1974 C.I.A. spoof
Brand name on a Go-Gurt box
Hovers menacingly
Like a tuxedo bib
Athlete Arthur
Alley ___
Leaves on the shelf?
Sportage automaker
Language with 44 consonant symbols
"___ knows?"
Back in the day
Suffix with east or west
Rubik with a cube
Fertility clinic donations
Ohio home to Cedar Point, the "Roller Coaster Capital of the World"
Airline to Oslo
Guys in commercials
Steering implement
Burdensome amount
Giant Mel
Shelley's "___ Skylark"
Leave one's mark, in a way
One with two years to go, informally
270° from sur
Hide ___ hair
Prepare to skate
Soldier's helmet, in old slang
Place to find a crook
After-school helper
Lab dropper
Character with character
Welcome policy at a bar
Bagel topper
Anthony of "In the Heights" and "Hamilton"
Seventh heaven
___ personality
Duplicating machine
Primary person, informally
Primary person?
Bone attached to the patellar tendon
Unit of stamps
Poet Federico García ___
Talk show host nominated for an Academy Award
Whisper from Don Juan
Sashimi choice
Verb in some tautologies
The "thing" in "Is this thing on?"
Che Guevara wore one
"Easy on Me" singer
Activist Chavez
Director Walsh of old Hollywood
Bygone tape type
Seeming eternity
Italian dipping sauce
Netflix series starring the Fab Five
Legacy of 72-Down, seven of which appear among this puzzle's answers and one more suggested by the black squares in the middle of the grid
Something that's big with the current generation?
Actress Sorvino
Some nights of celebration
Ethically indifferent
Tangential remarks
When the original Big Five ruled Hollywood
Magical objects
Union members
Those, in Spanish
Cereal box abbr.
Designer Miller
Relative of Ltd.
Hosp. areas
Unleashes upon
Bygone tape dispenser
Failed device meant to communicate with the dead
Swerves at sea
Org. that sets worker exposure limits
Object in the classic painting "His Master's Voice"
With [circled letters reading clockwise], American icon born 2/11/1847
Common spot for a wasp nest
Primatologist Fossey
You can trip on it in the desert
Didn't stop
Sharer's possessive
Late harvest mo.
Novelist Brown
Tilling tool
Without gender, in Latin
Egyptian god of death and rebirth
Barbershop sounds
Kind of bond
Seasonal inflatable
Board of a cosmetics company?
Bard's instrument
Hideki ___, W.W. II prime minister
P.I.s, e.g.
Gender abbr.
Cat's pa
Turn bad

We also recommend trying your hand at the NYT Mini Crossword, which is definitely easier (on all days!) as it is a 5×5, compared to the full-sized crossword (which is 15×15, and the Sunday edition is 21×21!). New crosswords are released at 10PM ET on weekdays and 6PM ET on weekends.

The New York Times crossword was first published in The New York Times in 1942 and has been a daily feature ever since. It is known for its high level of difficulty and for its clever, often playful, clues and themes. The puzzles range in size from 15x15 grids on weekdays to larger 21x21 grids on Sundays, with varying levels of difficulty.

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The New York Times crossword is created by a team of skilled puzzle constructors and editors, who work to ensure that each puzzle is both entertaining and challenging for solvers. The puzzles are often themed, with clues and answers related to a particular subject or concept, and they frequently feature wordplay and puns.

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Solving the New York Times crossword has become a beloved pastime for many, and there are even competitions and clubs devoted to crossword puzzle solving. The New York Times crossword is available in print in the newspaper and online, and it has a dedicated following of loyal solvers who eagerly await each day's puzzle.

If you’re still struggling to solve your NYT crosswords, consider practicing with the Eugene Sheffer and Thomas Joseph dailies first. If you’re looking for similarly challenging crosswords, we recommend the WSJ Crossword and LA Times Crossword.

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