0706-22 NY Times Crossword 6 Wednesday July 22 - NYXCrossword.com (2023)

Today's riddle includes three incidents of pulling a RABBIT out of a HAT. These RABBITS cross HATS on the grid:

Today's Amazon Googlies Wiki-est

On the other side of

1 beanstalk climber in a fairy tale: JACK

"Jack and the Beanstalk" is a fairy tale from England. In the story, young Jack sells the family cow for some magic beans. He plants the beans and a huge beanstalk grows up to the sky. At the top of the beanstalk lives an ogre. Jack climbs the beanstalk and adventures ensue...

5 Actress Sonia : BRAGA

Sonia Braga rose to fame in her native Brazil playing the lead role in the movie “Gabriela”. Roles in American films such as "Kiss of the Spider Woman" and "The Miracle Beanfield War" followed. He also acted in the Portuguese version of “Desperate Housewives”.

10 Range for singers : ALPS

There are eight Alpine countries:

  • Austria
  • Slovenia
  • France
  • Swiss
  • Liechtenstein
  • Germany
  • Monaco
  • Italy

17 '90s Fashion Item: BEANIE BABY

Originally, there were only nine Beanie Babies when Ty Warner released the stuffed animal in 1993. By the late 1990s, the toy had become a real fad, largely due to innovative marketing techniques. For example, there was no mass marketing with constant TV commercials and production volume was limited, pushing the line into the realm of collectibles. Beanie Baby models have also been regularly "retired" generating "must-have" behavior in the marketplace.

20 Fig. with two dashes: SSN

A Social Security Number (SSN) is divided into three parts, namely AAA-GG-SSSS. Originally, the Area Number (AAA) was the code for the office that issued the card. Since 1973, the area number has reflected the zip code from which the request was made. The GG in the SSN is the group number and the SSSS in the number is the serial number. However, all of this is debatable. Since 2011, SSNs are randomly assigned. However, some random numbers have been excluded from use, namely area numbers 000, 666 (!) and 900-999.

22 Jaguar point, for example: CAR AD

The Jaguar automaker began as a manufacturer of motorcycle sidecars in 1922, when the company was known as the Swallow Sidecar Company (SS for short). The company changed its name to Jaguar after World War II, due to the unfortunate connotations of the letters "SS" at the time (meaning the Nazi paramilitary organization).

23 Accountant, abbreviated: CPA

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

25 Brand so named because it limits ultraviolet light: RAY-BAN

Ray-Ban sunglasses were introduced into the US Army Air Corps in 1937. The Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses model became very popular with pilots and apparently with General Douglas MacArthur. MacArthur was wearing a pair when he was photographed "going back" to the Philippines in WWII. The name "Ray-Ban" was chosen to "reflect" the sunglasses' ability to block ("ban") UV or IR light "rays".

28 Big name in shampoo: PRELL

Prell shampoo was introduced by Procter & Gamble in 1947. At that time, it was a light green concentrate sold in a tube (like toothpaste).

30 Country band, for short? : LA UN

The United Nations was established shortly after the end of World War II and replaced the ineffective League of Nations formed after the end of World War I. The United States spearheaded the founding of the United Nations, led by President Franklin Roosevelt shortly before the outbreak of World War II. The headquarters of the UN is in international territory in New York. There are three UN regional headquarters, also located on international territory, in Geneva, Vienna and Nairobi.

34 Santa ___, California. : PINK

Santa Rosa is the largest city in California's wine country and the seat of Sonoma County. The epicenter of the so-called 1906 San Francisco Earthquake was located near Santa Rosa. In fact, there was more damage in Santa Rosa, for the size of the city, than in San Francisco.

35 Big Hot Dog? : SHOW

Although "hot dog" is a term now used across all sports, it was mostly associated with skiing and described performing flashy and risky stunts on the slopes.

37 Land on Lake Victoria: UGANDA

Uganda is a landlocked county in East Africa that lies west of Kenya. It was ruled by the British as a protectorate from 1894 and gained independence in 1962. Uganda is closely associated with the tyrannical rule of Idi Amin in the 1970s.

Lake Victoria is the largest lake by area on the African continent. It was named by English explorer John Hanning Speke in honor of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. Speke was the first European to see the lake.

40 A certain Kentucky racer: DERBY HORSE

The first Kentucky Derby took place in 1875 and was a race modeled after the Epsom Derby in England and the Paris Grand Prix (now called the "Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe"). As such, the Kentucky Derby was run over 1 ½ miles, although in 1896 it was shortened to 1 ¼ miles. The winning horse is presented with an elaborate blanket made of red roses, for which the Derby is nicknamed the "Run for the Roses". The race is held on the first Saturday in May each year and is limited to 3 year old horses.

44 Small arms broker from years gone by? : TYRANNOSAURUS REX

Tyrannosaurus rex (often spelled "T-rex") was a spectacular looking dinosaur. “Tyrannosaurus” comes from the Greek words “tyrannos” (tyrant) and “sauros” (lizard) and “rex” the Latin for “king”. They were large beasts, measuring 42 feet long and 13 feet high at the hips and weighing 7.5 tons.

46 Land bridge between Africa and Asia: SINAI

The Sinai Peninsula is located in the eastern part of Egypt and is a triangular shape bounded by the Mediterranean to the north and the Red Sea to the south. It is the only part of Egypt that is located in Asia as opposed to Africa. The peninsula's eastern land border is shared with Israel, and Israel occupied Sinai during the 1956 Suez Crisis and the 1967 Six-Day War.

48 He recovers from a binge, with "up": ABOUT...

The terms "jag" and "bender" describe periods of unrestrained activity, particularly those involving alcohol. Both words have been in use since the 19th century.

49 Key used to exit but not enter: ESC

The escape (Esc) key was originally used only to control computer peripherals. It was a key that allowed the computer operator to stop what the peripheral was doing (cancel a print, for example). The escape key is used for all sorts of things these days, especially in game programs.

53 touchdown figs. : ETAS

Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)

55 Smidge: TAD

Our word "smidgen" (sometimes shortened to "smidge") is used to describe a small amount. The term may come from the Scottish word "smitch", meaning the same or "a small, insignificant person".

Ingredient 65 Gumbo: OKRA

Gumbo is a type of stew or soup that originated in Louisiana. The main ingredient can be meat or fish, but to be a true gumbo it must include the "holy trinity" of vegetables, namely celery, peppers and onions. Okra used to be a requirement, but not anymore. Okra gave the dish its name, as the vernacular word for the African vegetable is “okingumbo”, from the Bantu language spoken by many of the slaves brought to America.

Below

2 best four of a kind: ACES

That would be poker.

4 Knowledge: KEN

“Ken” is a noun meaning “understanding, perception”. You could say, for example, "Half the clues in Saturday's crossword puzzle are beyond my knowledge, beyond my understanding."

5 ___ Rabbit: BR'ER

Br'er Rabbit and Br'er Fox are characters from the Uncle Remus stories, written by Joel Chandler Harris. The "Uncle Remus" stories are adaptations of African American folk tales that Harris collected in the southern states. "Br'er" is a short form of "brother".

7 Plains: ARAPAHO

The Arapaho tribe lived in the eastern plains of Colorado and Wyoming. The Arapaho traditionally wintered in small camps in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and then moved to the plains in the spring, where they hunted the buffalo that gathered to give birth to their young.

12 Typesetting unit: PICA

The pica is a unit of measurement used in typography. One pike equals 1/6 of an inch. In addition, each pike unit contains 12 points.

18 Editorial Friday?: Abbr. : ITALY

Italics slant to the right and are often used to emphasize text. The style is known as "cursive" because the stylized calligraphic script originated in Italy, probably the Vatican.

22 Vessel that can be transported: CANOA

The boat known as a canoe takes its name from the Caribbean word “kenu”, which means “canoe”. It was Christopher Columbus who brought "kenu" into Spanish as "canoe", which evolved into our English "canoe".

Portage is the transport of a ship and/or its cargo over land, perhaps to get around an obstacle.

26 True Evergreen: YEW

Yew trees were placed around churches and in cemeteries across Europe. The reason for the practice seems unclear, but one suggestion is that yew leaves were used as a substitute for palms on Palm Sunday.

27 Singer Michael known as the “King of Christmas”: BUBLE

Michael Bublé is a singer from Burnaby, British Columbia. He is of Italian descent on his father's side. Bublé has held dual Italian-Canadian citizenship since 2005. He briefly dated English actress Emily Blunt, and she sang backing vocals and the final verse to his 2007 version of "Me and Mrs. Jones". Additionally, Bublé wrote his 2007 song "Everything" for Blunt.

29 ___ Coelho: ROGER

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit” is a clever 1988 movie featuring cartoon characters interacting directly with humans. The most memorable cartoon characters have to be goofy Roger Rabbit and vampire Jessica Rabbit. The movie is based on a novel written by Gary K. Wolf called "Who Banned Roger Rabbit?" There is a prequel that was never produced called "Who Discovered Roger Rabbit?".

32 ___ Rabbit: PETER

Beatrix Potter was an English author famous for the children's books she wrote and illustrated. The most famous character in her stories was Peter Rabbit, whose sisters were Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail. Potter also put his talents as an artist to good use in the scientific world. She recorded many images of lichens and fungi seen under her microscope. As a result of her work, she was respected as an expert in mycology.

33 Type of vote : PROXY

Our word “proxy”, which means “the agency of one acting in the place of another”, comes from the Latin “procurare” which means “to manage”. Therefore, “proxy” has the same root as our word “look for”.

35 Term of domicile in colonial India: SAHIB

"Sahib" is most recognized as a term of address used in India, where it is used the same way we use "mister" in English. The term was also used to refer to European men in the days of the British Raj. The correct feminine form of address is "sahiba", but in colonial times the address used was "memsahib", a fusion of "ma'am" and "sahib".

38 Rival de Hoover: DYSON

Dyson vacuum cleaners do not use a dust bag. James Dyson invented the first vacuum that used cyclonic separation in 1979, frustrated with the poor performance of his standard vacuum. As Dyson cleaners are bagless, they don't have to deal with collection bags clogged with fine dust particles, even after emptying. Cyclonic separation uses high-speed rotation of the dust-containing air so that dust particles are expelled from the air stream into a collection vessel. Now we have a Dyson, and we should have bought it years ago...

41 “___ Fine Day” de The Chiffons: UNO

"One Fine Day" is a song written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin that was a 1963 hit for the Chiffons. The title of the song was inspired by the famous aria “Un bel di” (“A beautiful day”) from the opera “Madama Butterfly” by Puccini.

The Chiffons were an all-female singing group from the Bronx, New York who were at the height of their success in the early 1960s. Shortly after releasing the 1962 hit "He's So Fine", the group released two singles as Four Pennies . When "He's So Fine" became a huge hit, they dropped the Four Pennies moniker and stuck with "the Chiffons".

43 ___ Capilla : SISTINA

The Sistine Chapel is located in the Pope's residence in Rome. The chapel takes its name from Pope Sixtus IV, who was commissioned to restore the ancient Capella Magna in the 15th century. About a century later (1508-1512) Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel under the patronage of Pope Julius II.

47 What drivers do with cars in Car and Driver: TEST

"Car and Driver" is an automotive magazine published in Ann Arbor, Michigan. "Car and Driver" first appeared in 1955 when it was called "Sports Cars Illustrated".

52 Leader Overthrown by Revolution: TSAR

The year 1917 saw two revolutions in Russia, with the pair collectively called "the Russian Revolution". As a result of the February Revolution centered in Petrograd, the last Russian emperor (Tsar Nicholas II) abdicated and members of the imperial parliament took control of the country, forming the Russian Provisional Government. The Provisional Government itself was overthrown in the October Revolution, led by Vladimir Lenin and the Bolshevik party.

56 Big name on PC: ACER

Acer is a Taiwanese company that I visited a few times when I was in the electronics business. I was very impressed at the time with the company's dedication to quality, although I've heard that things haven't gone so well in recent years...

57 Fashion Startups. :DKNY

Donna Karan is an American fashion designer, creator of the clothing brand Donna Karan New York (DKNY). Karan grew up heavily in the fashion industry, as her mother was a model and her stepfather was a tailor.

60 What does “syne” mean in “Auld Lang Syne”: AUG

The song "Auld Lang Syne" is a staple on New Year's Eve (well, actually, the first few minutes of New Year's Day). The words were penned by Scottish poet Robbie Burns. The literal translation of "Auld Lang Syne" is "ancient long ago", but it is better translated as "old times". The song's sentiment is "for the old days".

Should an old acquaintance be forgotten?
And that never occurred to you?
Should an old acquaintance be forgotten?
And the days of auld lang syne?

For auld lang syne, dear
to old lang syne
We'll have a cup of goodness yet
For days of yore lang syne

Keep reading, or…
… Return to the top of the page

Complete list of clues/answers

On the other side of

1 beanstalk climber in a fairy tale: JACK
5 Actress Sonia : BRAGA
10 Range for singers : ALPS
14 "Disease" for the heart: PAIN
15 Appeared In Syndication, Say: RERAN
16 howl: wail
17 '90s Fashion Item: BEANIE BABY
19 creatures that can be both pets and pests: RATS
20 Fig. with two dashes: SSN
21 Hallucinatory experience: TRIP
22 Jaguar point, for example: CAR AD
23 Accountant, abbreviated: CPA
25 Brand so named because it limits ultraviolet light: RAY-BAN
28 Big name in shampoo: PRELL
30 Country band, for short? : LA UN
31 Requires one touch to launch: APP
34 Santa ___, California. : PINK
35 Big Hot Dog? : SHOW
37 Land on Lake Victoria: UGANDA
39 Gave for a Time: LENT A
40 A certain Kentucky racer: DERBY HORSE
44 Small arms broker from years gone by? : TYRANNOSAURUS REX
45 Poetic preposition: ERE
46 Land bridge between Africa and Asia: SINAI
47 budding: weeping
48 He recovers from a binge, with "up": ABOUT...
49 Key used to exit but not enter: ESC
50 Usually: OFTEN
53 touchdown figs. : ETAS
55 Smidge: TAD
58 There is a bridge near the top: NOSE
59 Pulling a rabbit out of a hat, p. …what happens three times in this puzzle: MAGIC TRICK
62 Something stored upright on an airplane: TRAY
63 Talented Person: AGENT
64 50-50: PAR
Ingredient 65 Gumbo: OKRA
66 Many indoor tennis courts have: DOMES
67 Super: A LOT

Below

1 Much of the combat: JABS
2 best four of a kind: ACES
3 "It seems likely...": CHANCES ARE...
4 Knowledge: KEN
5 ___ Rabbit: BR'ER
6 New Beginning: REBIRTH
7 Plains: ARAPAHO
8 I'm Talkative: GAB
9 Anyone: ANYONE
10 "My God!" : OH MAN!
11 Den : GUARD
12 Typesetting unit: PICA
13 Unlikely Hawaiian Christmas Gift: SLED
18 Editorial Friday?: Abbr. : ITALY
22 Vessel that can be transported: CANOA
24 Next best option: PLAN B
26 True Evergreen: YEW
27 Singer Michael known as the “King of Christmas”: BUBLE
28 Fuddy-duddy: WET
29 ___ Coelho: ROGER
31 Tempting, as an offering: ATTRACTIVE
32 ___ Rabbit: PETER
33 Type of vote : PROXY
35 Term of domicile in colonial India: SAHIB
36 seeds in pots? : BEFORE
38 Rival de Hoover: DYSON
41 “___ Fine Day” de The Chiffons: UNO
42 She is a beauty in her surroundings: RARE GEM
43 ___ Capilla : SISTINA
47 What drivers do with cars in Car and Driver: TEST
48 "Bye!" : WE SEE!
50 Not absorbed by: ONTO
51 Output in two directions: FORK
52 Leader Overthrown by Revolution: TSAR
54 Take action: FACTS
56 Big name on PC: ACER
57 Fashion Startups. :DKNY
59 Jump ___: CRAZY
60 What does “syne” mean in “Auld Lang Syne”: AUG
61 Increase the speed of: REV

Leave a comment (below) or...
… Return to the top of the page

FAQs

How do I get the New York Times crossword for free? ›

The New York Times Crossword Puzzle can be played at nytimes.com/games, on the The New York Times Crossword app (iOS and Android), and on The New York Times News app (iOS and Android).

How can I access my NYT crossword puzzles? ›

Android Device Setup Instructions
  1. Select the three horizontal lines icon in the upper left corner, and select Log in.
  2. Enter the email address and password associated with your New York Times All Access, Home Delivery, or New York Times Games subscription and select Log in.

What is an eye exam you need to pass NYT Crossword? ›

1A relies on a pun: An “Eye exam you need to pass?” is an IRIS SCAN, which can supposedly get you through airport security faster.

How do I enter Rebus NYT Crossword app today? ›

As you work through puzzles, you'll find that boxes call for multiple letters—these are known as Rebus clues. To enter more than one letter into a single box, tap the More or … key, tap Rebus, and then enter your letters.

Where can I download free crosswords? ›

BestCrosswords.com is the largest supplier of free crossword puzzles on the web, publishing 15 grids daily from an archive of more 100,000. You can play in your web browser, smartphone, tablet or print in high resolution. No registration required.

What are the best free online crossword puzzles? ›

  • Free Themed Crossword Puzzles.
  • Premier Crossword.
  • Stan Newman's Hard Crossword.
  • Best Daily American Crossword.
  • Mini Crossword.
  • Stan Newman's Sunday Crossword.
  • Penny Dell Easy Morning Crosswords.
  • Best Daily Quick Crossword.

Is the daily crossword app free? ›

In no time, you will become a master crossword solver while having tons of fun, and all for free! What does Daily Themed Crossword offer? What are you waiting for? Download Daily Themed Crossword right now, join thousands of crossword enthusiasts and see why everyone is hooked!

Can I do the NYT crossword online? ›

Do you enjoy the extra help that comes from playing on the web or on-the-go with the app? If you subscribe, you get access to all the daily puzzles and the archive. And once you log in, you can save your progress across all the digital platforms.

Is Wordle in the crossword app? ›

New York Times Games is excited to announce that solvers can now play Wordle on The New York Times Crossword app for iOS and Android devices. Players will also be able to save their stats and streaks with a free New York Times account, allowing them to pick up where they left off on any device.

Can you memorize the eye test? ›

Can you memorize an eye chart? The DMV doesn't use a traditional eyechart for the eye test. It is digital and is changed continually. They aren't dumb enough to use a chart that can be memorized.

What is the best eye exam score? ›

What is “Perfect” Vision? While 20/20 vision is considered to be perfect, it's not actually what we think of as perfect. Many people, mostly children, have better than 20/20 vision. Healthy eyes can easily go down to the 20/15 level with some accuracy.

What is the code for eye exam? ›

92004: Ophthalmological services: medical examination and evaluation with initiation of diagnostic and treatment program; comprehensive, new patient, one or more visits.

Can I get the Times crossword online? ›

Times crosswords are available online to subscribers to the online newspaper via the Times Crossword Club. Subscribers have access to more than 9,000 puzzles from The Times and The Sunday Times.

Can you play Wordle on the NYT crossword app? ›

You can play Wordle in the New York Times Crossword app, at nytimes.com/games/wordle, or in the Play tab of the New York Times News app. Wordle is a daily word game where players have six attempts to guess a five letter word.

Is there a trick to crosswords? ›

Tackle the easiest clues first.

Scan through the clues, and knock out all the easiest ones. Not only will this give your gameplay some structure, but also it'll give you an ego boost! Typically, fill-in-the-blank clues are the easiest. For example: “___ of Oz.”

What is the most popular crossword puzzle? ›

The New York Times crossword puzzle.

What is the most used word in crossword puzzles? ›

“ERA” is the most common word in crossword puzzles, as well as “ARE,” “AREA,” and “ORE,” according to Gaffney.

Are crossword puzzles good for your brain? ›

Memory and thinking skills may improve with regular crossword practice. A study published in NEJM Evidence found that people with mild memory problems who did web-based crossword puzzles showed improvement in cognition and experienced less brain shrinkage, compared to those who played web-based cognitive games.

What is the best newspaper crossword online? ›

The New York Times is the holy grail for crossword puzzlers.

Do you need subscription for NYT crossword? ›

If you do not have a New York Times Games subscription, you can still access: The Mini crossword in The Crossword app. Three archive crossword puzzles updated weekly online.

Do you have to pay for puzzle word? ›

Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by you and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase.

How much does the NY Times crossword app cost? ›

Your payment method will automatically be charged in advance the introductory offer rate of $6 every 4 weeks for 1 year, and after 1 year the standard rate of $25 every 4 weeks. Your subscription will continue until you cancel. Cancellation takes effect at the end of your current billing period. Taxes may apply.

What is the website for Wordle? ›

Where do I find Wordle? The game is web-based, so there's no official app to download (although it's not for lack of trying by a few copycats). You can play using a mobile or desktop browser; just go to www.powerlanguage.co.uk/wordle/.

Is NYT online free? ›

The New York Times Web paywall lets you read up to 10 free articles a month online. If you want more, you have to pay for a digital subscription.

Are there online crosswords? ›

Online Crossword Puzzles

Play the daily crossword puzzle from Dictionary.com. Featuring a new puzzle every day! Learn new words and grow your vocabulary while solving the daily puzzle. For Crossword help, clues and answers, check out our crossword solver.

Is Wordle an app to download? ›

Now, you can finally play the daily Wordle in an app. This isn't a dedicated Wordle app, though, so don't head straight to the Google Play Store to grab every app titled Wordle, as those will remain copycats. Instead, you'll find it as part of The New York Times Crossword app that is available for both Android and iOS.

What is the best starting word for Wordle? ›

Sorry Bill Gates, but AUDIO isn't the best word to start with when you're playing Wordle. A pair of MIT researchers recently set out to find the optimal starting word for the popular online puzzle, discovering that the statistically superior first guess is SALET, which is a 15th century helmet.

Is Wordle an app or website? ›

Wordle is a browser-based word guessing game, there's no app to download, you just visit this website and get cracking. The game gives you six chances to guess a five-letter word and each day the page is updated with a new word. The word is the same for all players globally.

How many lines should you be able to read on an eye test? ›

These are considered to be normal vision with the 20/20 line being the traditional normal vision line. It is generally felt that the maximum visual acuity of the eye is around 20/15 or 20/16. This means that if you are able to read the bottom line, you are probably a good guesser.

How far away do you sit for an eye test? ›

During a vision screening, you will typically be asked to sit or stand 20 feet away from the eye chart. In instances where the optometrist's office is not 20 feet long, the chart may be located behind you and a mirror may be placed on the opposite wall to simulate a distance of 20 feet.

What can you not do during an eye exam? ›

To get the most out of your appointment, there are a few things you can avoid doing to help your exam go smoothly.
  • Don't Leave Your Glasses and/or Contacts at Home. ...
  • Don't Drink Coffee or Alcohol. ...
  • Don't Strain Your Eyes. ...
  • Don't Feel Nervous. ...
  • Don't Leave Your Insurance Information at Home. ...
  • Don't Forget to Stay Hydrated.
Apr 15, 2022

What is the average eye score? ›

Having 20/20 vision means you have normal or average, vision. Some people have vision that's better than 20/20, like 20/15 vision or 20/10 vision. This means that you can see something 20 feet away (like a line on an eye chart) that most people can see when they're 15 feet away (20/15) or 10 feet away (20/10).

What is the lowest eye score? ›

20/500 to 20/1000, this is considered profound visual impairment or profound low vision. Less than 20/1000, this is considered near-total visual impairment or near-total low vision. No light perception, this is considered total visual impairment, or total blindness.

What is a bad eye test result? ›

Mild: -0.50 to -3. Moderate: -3.25 to -5.00. High: -5.25 to -10. Extreme: greater than-10.

What does +2 mean on eye exam? ›

If your prescription reads -1.00, that means your eyeglasses need 1 diopter of strength to correct nearsightedness. If your prescription reads +2.50, your eyeglasses need 2.5 diopters of strength to correct farsightedness. The higher the number, the more correction your vision needs.

What does +1 mean in eye exam? ›

A “plus” (+) sign in front of the number means you are farsighted, and a “minus” (-) sign means you are nearsighted. These numbers represent diopters, the unit used to measure the correction, or focusing power, of the lens your eye requires.

What is a 20 40 vision test? ›

The numbers in your visual acuity measurement have to do with distance. It might be easiest to explain if you imagine the Snellen chart: When you have a Snellen test score of 20/40, that means you'd see the chart as clearly at 20 feet away as someone with “normal” vision would see it from 40 feet away.

Can I download Times crossword? ›

The New York Times Crossword is free to download, and all users get unlimited access to the daily puzzle and calendar archive for 7 days. After that, subscribe for full access to The Crossword on Windows 10 and at NYTimes.com.

How to play the Times crossword? ›

The interactive Concise, Cryptic and Quick Cryptic crosswords are located in the Mind Games section. To answer a clue, tap on the clue in the list. You can scroll the list by swiping up or down. When you tap a clue, the keyboard appears and your typed answer is shown in a row of squares.

Can I download crossword puzzles? ›

Printable crossword puzzles, can easily be downloaded whenever you want. Besides having access to printable crossword puzzles at anytime, free printable crossword puzzles offer players a whole new level of enjoyment.

What is rebus code? ›

A rebus is a code or reference where pictures, letters, or symbols represent certain words or phrases. During the Middle Ages, many families used rebuses to symbolize their family names or crest. In the modern age, rebuses are typically used as challenging riddles or puzzles.

How does a rebus work in a crossword puzzle? ›

What is a Rebus? A rebus can be a letter, number or symbol that represents a word, but in many crosswords, the rebus will be a word or group of letters that need to be written inside a single square.

How do you get the nyt crosswords for free? ›

The New York Times Crossword Puzzle can be played at nytimes.com/games, on the The New York Times Crossword app (iOS and Android), and on The New York Times News app (iOS and Android).

How do you get The New York Times Wordle on your phone? ›

Install and download The New York Times Crossword app from the Google Play Store (see our widget below this section). Tap Wordle on the home page, then tap Play. Alternatively, you can sign up with a New York Times account to ensure your results don't get lost while playing across different devices.

Do you have to pay for the NYT crossword? ›

Your payment method will automatically be charged in advance the introductory rate of $5 every 4 weeks for 1 year, and after 1 year the standard rate of $25 every 4 weeks. Your subscription will continue until you cancel. Cancellation takes effect at the end of your current billing period. Taxes may apply.

Do you have to pay separately for NYT crossword? ›

New York Times Games is included with Home Delivery and All Access subscriptions.

Is NYT crossword free with subscription? ›

Home delivery subscribers receive free access to Premium Crosswords. Play now , or go to the home delivery website to register your subscription for free access. Benefits of New York Times Premium Crossword Membership: Enjoy access to 4,000+ puzzles, and solutions, from The Times's archive.

Is there a free crossword app? ›

On Google Android, it's called Crossword Puzzle Free. Hop over to an iOS device like an iPhone or iPad, and you've got Crossword Puzzle Redstone. Both names are accurate, since it is indeed a free app published by Redstone Games. Enjoy free packs of crossword puzzles every week.

Do you need a nyt subscription for Wordle? ›

No, Wordle is free to play. You do not have to register or sign in to play. However, you can sign in with a free New York Times account to save your progress permanently. Signing in with your New York Times account also allows you to play Wordle from other devices or platforms while retaining your progress.

Can you get paid to do crossword puzzles? ›

Play crossword puzzles online and win real money! 700,000+ users have monetized their skills by playing online crossword puzzles & word search puzzles on Wealth Words. If you also like playing word games, you can join them too.

How many NYT crossword puzzles are there? ›

The game includes over 1,000 Times crosswords from all days of the week.

How much do you get paid for a crossword puzzle? ›

The average pay for a Crossword Puzzle Maker is $74,646 a year and $36 an hour in the United States. The average salary range for a Crossword Puzzle Maker is between $52,625 and $90,545.

How much is a yearly subscription to New York Times? ›

All Access

Billed $25 $6 every 4 weeks for the first year. Cancel or pause anytime. News. Understand the world with original reporting from 1,700 journalists.

What is the cheapest New York Times subscription? ›

The most affordable New York Times subscription is Basic Digital Access, which starts at $1 per week.

Is USA Today crossword app free? ›

The USA TODAY Crossword app is free to download and play. In-app purchases are available for subscriptions.

References

Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Jerrold Considine

Last Updated: 05/26/2023

Views: 5990

Rating: 4.8 / 5 (78 voted)

Reviews: 85% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Jerrold Considine

Birthday: 1993-11-03

Address: Suite 447 3463 Marybelle Circles, New Marlin, AL 20765

Phone: +5816749283868

Job: Sales Executive

Hobby: Air sports, Sand art, Electronics, LARPing, Baseball, Book restoration, Puzzles

Introduction: My name is Jerrold Considine, I am a combative, cheerful, encouraging, happy, enthusiastic, funny, kind person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.