New York Times Crossword Answers - November 22, 2014

New York Times Crossword Answers - November 22, 2014

Clue

Answer

'Ain't happening!'

NOSOAP

'An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding' philosopher

HUME

'Boom' preceder

TARARA

'Hoop-Dee-Doo' lyricist

LOESSER

'The ___ the words, the better the prayer': Martin Luther

FEWER

A follower?

NOUN

Adèle, for one: Abbr

STE

Art purchase

LITHO

Attacked verbally

SNIPED

Bad, and then some

RANCID

Brick, for example

RED

Castle town in a 1937 film

ZENDA

Classic sea adventure of 1846

TYPEE

Cognizes

KNOWS

Comment to an unapologetic burper, say

EXCUSEYOU

Cosmetics dye

EOSIN

Dated agreement?

FOSHIZZLE

David who wrote the screenplay for 'The Verdict'

MAMET

Destiny's Child, e.g

TRIO

Dickens pseudonym

BOZ

Disneyland sight

TRAM

Donnybrook

FRACAS

Eagle's place: Abbr

AFB

Exhibited sternutation

SNEEZED

Fashion designer Saab

ELIE

Feels (for)

GROPES

Fictional locale of a John Wayne western

RIOLOBO

Film speed letters

ISO

First name in design

EERO

Grocery product with a multiply misspelled name

REDDIWIP

Handy things in the game world?

WIIMOTES

Hawk

WARMONGER

Hematology prefix

SERO

iPhone competitor

DROIDRAZR

It's temporarily hot

CRAZE

Jarrett of the Obama White House

VALERIE

Juice name starter

CRAN

Lake catch

PERCH

Lake catch

PIKE

Letters at the top of a page

HTTP

Lightly towels off

PATSDRY

Lipitor maker

PFIZER

Mexican couple

DOS

Moon named after the Greek personification of terror

DEIMOS

Neuralgia : nerve :: costalgia : ___

RIB

Old record keeper

SCRIBE

Olympian Moses

EDWIN

Page, e.g

AIDE

Part of a certain cease-fire agreement, for short

DMZ

Product once pitched by Ronald Reagan

BORAX

Q preceder

SUSIE

Roman divinity

DIO

SALT signer

BREZHNEV

School basics, facetiously

RRR

Slow-cooked Italian dish

OSSOBUCO

Something locked in a cell?

GENOME

Something most Americans won't take, for short

ESL

Start of something big?

ZYGOTE

Stool, typically

BARSEAT

Stowe antislavery novel

DRED

Straight man of old comedy

ZEPPOMARX

String bean's opposite

BLIMP

Succeeded

REPLACED

Taylor of 'The Nanny'

RENEE

Turn off, maybe

MUTE

Uniform

ALIKE

USD alternative

EUR

Warm

FRIENDLY

Where El Nuevo Herald is read

MIAMIAREA

Woman's name that sounds like a repeated letter

CECE

Writer in 'The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test'

KESEY

___ acid (bleach ingredient)

OXALIC