New York Times Crossword Answers - December 1, 2014

New York Times Crossword Answers - December 1, 2014

Clue

Answer

'Gross!'

UGH

'Iliad' locale

TROY

'Modern Family' or 'All in the Family'

SITCOM

'Oh no!'

YIKES

'U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!,' e.g

CHANT

'You really ___!,' said the adoring arsonist

LIGHTMYFIRE

'You really ___!,' said the adoring seismologist

ROCKMYWORLD

'You really ___!,' said the adoring ship captain

FLOATMYBOAT

'You really ___!,' said the adoring tailor

SUITMYFANCY

'___ and restrictions may apply'

FEES

Activity with a tent and s'mores

CAMPOUT

Appear

SEEM

Beelike

APIAN

Class for some immigrants, for short

ESL

Coincide

AGREE

Coliseum

ARENA

Con's opposite

PRO

Connoisseur of fine food

GOURMET

Constructed

BUILT

Cousin of a python

BOA

Cul-de-___

SAC

Delivery room docs

OBS

Destiny

FATE

Din

NOISE

Essence

PITH

Event on the Bounty

MUTINY

Examined before robbing

CASED

Fashionable

CHIC

Field for Newton or Einstein

PHYSICS

Fortress

REDOUBT

French sea

MER

Frequently

OFTEN

Garbanzos, e.g

BEANS

Gentle winds

ZEPHYRS

Ginger ___

ALE

Go for a wok, say?

STIRFRY

Gold bar

INGOT

Grins from ear to ear

BEAMS

Groovy

FAB

Having high moral principles

NOBLE

Hawaiian necklace

LEI

In sum

ALLTOLD

Investment option for old age, in brief

IRA

Jury member

PEER

Knight's weapon

LANCE

Larger cousin of a violin

CELLO

Letter before cue, ar, ess ..

PEE

Loma ___, Calif

LINDA

Mineral layer involved in fracking

SHALE

Mouth the words

LIPSYNC

Northwest by north, e.g.: Abbr

DIR

Norway's capital

OSLO

One landing a job

HIREE

One of three on 'Let's Make a Deal'

DOOR

One who might steal a classmate's lunch money

BULLY

One with a long, long sentence

LIFER

Ping-Pong table divider

NET

Pink part of a cow, in cartoons

UDDER

Quill fluid

INK

Ready for market, as a chicken

PLUMP

Relative of a paddle

OAR

Rodeo rope

REATA

Sen. Cruz

TED

Sight-related

OPTIC

Single

UNWED

Sleuth, in old crime fiction

TEC

Sore

ACHY

Spoon-bending Geller

URI

Starting restaurant employee, maybe

BUSBOY

Take advantage of

USE

Take part in a buddy system, say

PAIRUP

To's opposite

FRO

Tree with lobed leaves

OAK

Trickery

GUILE

Website for customer reviews

YELP

Whittle down

PARE

Z Z Z, to Greeks

ZETAS

Zeal

ARDOR