New York Times Crossword Answers - December 9, 2014

New York Times Crossword Answers - December 9, 2014

Clue

Answer

'Black Swan' role

ODETTE

'Gently used' transaction

RESALE

'Gotcha,' facetiously

AHSO

'Ready, ___, go!'

SET

'You've overshared,' in modern lingo

TMI

'___ 8 and up'

AGES

'___ Mio'

OSOLE

2011 Marvel Comics film

THOR

Accommodate

OBLIGE

Architect Saarinen

EERO

Authors Ferber and Millay

EDNAS

Bit of party d├ęcor

STREAMER

Branch of Islam

SHIA

British fellow

BLOKE

Caesar's last gasp?

ETTU

Cajun staple

GUMBO

Capital NNW of Copenhagen

OSLO

Craze started by Chubby Checker

TWIST

D-Day craft: Abbr

LST

Distrustful

LEERY

Doggedly pursuing?

ATHEEL

Doggone, quaintly

DEUCED

Egg: Prefix

OVO

Emcee's assignment

INTRO

Fallopian tube traveler

EGGCELL

Fix, as a cobbler might

RESOLE

Fork-tailed bird

TERN

Fraternity members, e.g

COLLEGEMEN

Fruit hybrid

UGLI

Guns first used in the Suez Crisis

UZIS

Hang like a hummingbird

HOVER

Hops dryers

OASTS

House cooler, for short

AIRCON

Included via email

CCED

Increased, as debts

ACCRUED

Ireland, with 'the'

OLDSOD

Item depicted by this puzzle's circled letters

SHOE

Kvetchers' cries

OYS

Lead-in to meter

ODO

Like weak currencies

DEVALUED

Look up and down

OGLE

Mad Libs label

NOUN

Medical rupture

HERNIA

N.B.A. farm system, informally

DLEAGUE

Not at port

ASEA

Not given permanently

LENT

One of the 'Golden Girls' girls

BLANCHE

One was renamed in Caesar's honor

MONTH

Partner of soul

BODY

Pinball no-no

TILT

Pinch

NAB

Plural suffix with musket

EERS

Poet's twilight

EEN

Popular AM radio format

TALK

Pre-ayatollah leader

SHAH

Presidential prerogative

VETO

Pulls

TUGS

Quaker ___

OATS

Question

QUIZ

Quick sketch artist?

DOODLER

Shoulder muscles, for short

DELTS

Some basketball fouls

SHOVES

Some ruined statues, now

TORSOS

Something kept close to the chest?

BRA

Space-saving bed

COT

Springfield's Flanders

NED

Stadium demolished in 2009

SHEA

Subject of the 1997 best seller 'Into Thin Air'

EVEREST

Super ___ (Sega Genesis rival)

NES

Supposing (that)

INTHEEVENT

Swear

AVER

The same

EQUAL

They're about 1 in 650,000 for drawing a royal flush

ODDS

Took gold

WON

Us vs. ___

THEM

William Sydney Porter's pen name

OHENRY

Word before cheese or chip

BLUE

___ & Bradstreet (credit-rating firm)

DUN