New York Times Crossword Answers - November 27, 2014

New York Times Crossword Answers - November 27, 2014

Clue

Answer

'That hits the spot'

AAH

'When You're Good to ___' ('Chicago' tune)

MAMA

Absorbed

ATE

Absorbed, with 'up'

SOPPED

Actual first name of Tom Seaver and Orson Welles

GEORGE

Beat in the market

OUTSELL

Big citrus fruits

POMELOS

Big name in boots

UGG

Bit of honey, perhaps: Abbr

TSP

Bit of perfume

SPRITZ

Capacity

ROLE

Certain JPEG

SCAN

Classic diva performances?

POUTS

Clothing items with fringes

SERAPES

Coffee sack material

JUTE

Corp. manager

COO

Counter with a sharp edge

RETORT

Dangerous curve ahead, say

ESS

Directed

BADE

Disburden

EASE

Doctors' orders

DOSAGES

Eastern terminus of the Erie Canal

ALBANY

Goes off

ERRS

Half of some partnerships

SPOUSE

Hangs back

LAGS

Having roared too much, say

HOARSE

Highest-paid TV star of 2014, by far

JUDGEJUDY

Hitter's stat

RBI

Holds on

CLINGS

Honors

LAURELS

Idlers

SLOTHS

It meets the Shenandoah at Harper's Ferry

POTOMAC

Kindly

PLEASE

Mario Vargas Llosa's home

PERU

Merchandiser that's never closed

ETAILER

Minor inventions

FIBS

Monster in the 'Odyssey'

SCYLLA

Newcastle and others

ALES

On the money

TOAT

One use for marzipan

ICING

Operates perfectly

HUMS

Over and done with

THROUGH

Over and done with

PAST

Parts of a Nativity scene

MAGI

Pigtails and ponytails

DOS

Pluses

MERITS

Pretext

EXCUSE

Put one over on

SCAM

Relative of -kin

ETTE

Second-largest moon of Saturn

RHEA

Sermonize

ORATE

Sister of the grand duchess Anastasia

OLGA

Skewer

JAB

Somerhalder of 'The Vampire Diaries'

IAN

State south of Veracruz

OAXACA

Statistician Silver

NATE

Symbol for Freud's field

PSI

Take a coat off

PARE

Thanksgiving phrase

GRAZIEMILLE

Thanksgiving phrase

MUCHASGRACIAS

Thanksgiving phrase

MERCIBEAUCOUP

Tousle

MUSS

Unkindly

ILL

Upwards of 170 beats per minute

PRESTO

Visits by Voyager 1, e.g

FLYBYS

Went like lightning

SPED

What bench presses enhance

PECS

Word before bread or water

SODA

Word that can be a noun, verb, adjective, adverb or interjection

OKAY

Writer about Cro-Magnons and Neanderthals

AUEL

[Wrong]

BUZZ

___ shooting

SKEET