May 7 2016 - New York Times Crossword Answers

May 7 2016 - New York Times Crossword Answers

ClueAnswer
'Hmm'LETSSEE
'I wish *I* had that'MUSTBENICE
'Neapolitan Novels' author FerranteELENA
'Poor little' one in Coleridge's 'To a Young Ass'FOAL
A good cure for it is sleep, per W. C. FieldsINSOMNIA
Apple varietyMACPRO
As a replacementINLIEU
Automatic, for oneARM
Belt line?POW
Bit of gang warfareRUMBLE
Captain of fictionNEMO
Certain sandalTSTRAP
Cheese choiceAMERICAN
Color of McCartney's 'Sgt. Pepper' uniformAQUA
Common use for pipe cleanersCRAFTS
Cut outOMIT
Dip ___ inATOE
Drilling sitesRIGS
Entertains at bedtimeREADSTO
Experts in power: AbbrEES
Extremely fast?STARVE
First word of Frost's 'The Road Not Taken'TWO
Fit for serviceONEA
Frequent chant in 2008YESWECAN
Get the lead out?SMELT
Go for it, with 'in'OPT
Grp. doing private shows?USO
Hall-of-Fame N.B.A. player known as 'The Worm'RODMAN
Home of the soccer team that FIFA named the Club of the CenturyMADRID
Insistent retortDOESSO
JerksTUGS
Like a boat's cockpit, usuallyAFT
Like corduroyRIBBED
Like EgyptARAB
Like much of the EvergladesMARSHY
Like tea bagsPOROUS
Longtime nickname in comicsDYNAMICDUO
Major protestUPROAR
Many a Harpo Marx jokeSIGHTGAG
Many vacationers bring them homeTANS
Mother-or-son Philippine presidentAQUINO
MtgSESS
Not learnedINHERENT
On pointAPT
One of the singing Braxton sistersTRACI
One-knee pleaMARRYME
Place to be avoidedNOGOAREA
Plays with emotions?DRAMAS
Pleasure principleHEDONISM
PlunderRAVAGE
Primary loser to J.F.K. in 1960HHH
Question before a personal updateWHATSNEWWITHYOU
Rocker with the 1976 album 'Live Bullet'SEGER
See 41-AcrossINTO
Sharp's handfulCARDS
Sharp's oppositeDUMB
Show title shown on a license plateLALAW
Simplest sort of dealCASHSALE
Single from Springsteen's 'Born in the U.S.A.'IMONFIRE
Small, slim daggersPONIARDS
Some wedding partiesRABBIS
Something depicted for goodness' sake?HALO
Symbol of charge densityRHO
They're followed on message boardsTHREADS
Way up at a ski resortTOW
Where Bambara is widely spokenMALI
Where Fermi studiedPISA
With 48-Across, enters stealthilyCREEPS
Words that may elicit a worried gulpORELSE
Writer who gave his name to an annual awardOHENRY