Daily crossword solution for the NY Times Crossword 27 May 21, Thursday. The New York Times Crosswords are very hard some times, we will help you to finish the tricky definitions.
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|Gives some badly needed help?||ABETS|
|Kind of card||AMEX|
|Sound of the South||DRAWL|
|Garnish for a Moscow mule||LIME WEDGE|
|Scrubland danger||BRUSH FIRE|
|Little white toy||MALTESE|
|Who wrote “In Memory of W. B. Yeats”||AUDEN|
|Ones best in show?||FRONT ROW SEATS|
|Bone to pick||BEEF|
|Mammal that can hold its breath up to eight minutes||OTTER|
|“___ destiny unshunnable, like death”: “Othello”||‘TIS|
|Good beverage for a blustery fall day||HOT APPLE CIDER|
|___ the Enchanter, role in “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”||TIM|
|What meat and dairy both lack||FIBER|
|Dad’s hangout, maybe||MAN CAVE|
|“You pick”||I DON’T CARE|
|Decline in military activity?||NO, SIR!|
|Person who’s really sweet and soft||TEDDY BEAR|
|Quinceañera celebrant: Abbr.||SRTA|
|Like the sound of a clarinet||REEDY|