NYT Crossword February 4 2024 Answers (2/4/24)

We have all of the answers to the NYT Crossword puzzle for February 4 2024 to help you finish it up!
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Our NYT Crossword February 4, 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 4, 2024 Answers

If you need help solving the NYT Crossword on 2/4/24, 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 4, 2024 are also available if you prefer not to be immediately spoiled.

Pink, purple and blue Pride display, familiarly
Kind of opening
Frontwoman for the Pussycats
Nipple rings
Target of an inventory scan
Acting like
Fault line?
Qualifier for a date
Olaf's creator in "Frozen"
Nickname that drops "An-"
A gig has a thousand of these
Fine line?
Atomic number of neon
Preserves things?
Shaped like a kiwifruit
___ attachment
Anatomical stabilizer
The Green Hornet's assistant
Not down, in a way
Fishing line?
Mediterranean morsel
Get just right
Long-running police procedural, for short
Catalan artist Joan
Thought the world of
"To Kill a Mockingbird" setting
Match well with
First color TV manufacturer
Subway line?
1970s-’80s Supreme Court justice ___ F. Powell Jr.
With an eager spirit
Flying formations
March ___
South American grassland
Assembly line?
Boxing stats
Celestial shape
British bottoms
Ladybugs and fireflies
Some sports car features
Currency replaced by the euro
North American fish with toxic roe
Power line?
Simple card game
Groundskeeping equipment
It's signed after a break
Otherworldly creatures, for short
Z, to Zeno
Illegal offering
Subject line?
Passage of rite?
Two outs left, in baseball
Performed really badly
Timetable: Abbr.
"There's more to the story, right?"
"The Shining" prop
There's a hole in one
Gloater's cry
One-named indie singer with the 2007 hit "1234"
Kinks hit that starts "I met her in a club down in old Soho"
Neighbor of Ctrl
Sense of orientation
Peacock parent
Exclamation of amazement
Alternative to nana
Shake slightly
Ukraine's third most populous city
Where a lot of lying happens
Item in a trunk
Post-surgery prescription
Private line?
Brings in
Moved like a cat burglar
Word after dead or data
Volunteer's declaration
Communal housing arrangements
/, in math
Director Lupino
Co-founder of the Joining Forces initiative, with Michelle Obama
One role in a classic interrogation trope
World Heritage Site in Sicily
Ground grain
Dame Edna, for Barry Humphries
"Enough! I get the picture already!"
Capital of Japan until 1868
Hostile state
Volunteer's declaration
Like many retired professors
Petty arguments
TLC or Run-D.M.C.
Person of interest?
HBO comedy about a sports agent
Salamander named after an Aztec deity
___ knife
Gives a hand?
Hot spot
Genealogist's chart
Kids and nannies
N.S.A. agents, e.g.
Superficial, in a way
Rich with metaphor
Party line?
What might lead to a bridge
Second-year: Abbr.
Bunny ___ (photo prank)
Janitor's ringful
Spanish "bear"
Kind of clef
Actress Thompson of "Westworld"
Canadian Tulip Festival location
Light-headed sorts?
Selling points
School name that sounds like a Canadian territory
Hip Hop Awards channel
Gestational metric
Posts in a rage, perhaps
Degrees for C.F.O.s
Bog plant
New Mexican tribe
Shot in the arm, slangily
Word after stink or pink
What's what in Oaxaca

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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