November 10 2017 - USA Today Crossword Answers

November 10 2017 - USA Today Crossword Answers

CluesAnswers
"O Tannenbaum" treeFIR
"World of Warcraft" forcesARMIES
Acceptable conditionGOODSHAPE
Architectural add-onsELLS
Ave. intersectorsSTS
Avoid artfullyEVADE
Beverage with a burgerSODA
Bit of hope, so to speakRAY
Bit of parsleySPRIG
Bringer of holiday eggsBUNNY
Canal completed in 1825ERIE
Candy in a cylindrical packageROLO
Catwalk walkerFASHIONMODEL
Charlie Brown's "Blast it!"RATS
Chew the ragGAB
Clio or EratoMUSE
Clubs for approach shotsIRONS
Converts to cashREDEEMS
Credit counterpartDEBIT
Disperse like a search partyFANOUT
Displays vexationFRETS
Do a shylock's workLEND
Drop on a cheekTEAR
Ed who played Mingo on "Daniel Boone"AMES
Engaged in litigationSUED
Far from cluelessAWARE
Farmer Hoggett's movie pigBABE
Give, as flavorIMPART
Go to extremes withOVERDO
GreenbacksMOOLAH
Greenwich guyCHAP
Groundskeeper's supplySOD
Grow threadbareWEAR
Growth on a loafBREADMOLD
Hair-protecting kerchiefDORAG
Honey colorAMBER
In unison, on a scoreADUE
Involves, as in controversyEMBROILS
Items in a ballpark rackBATS
Judicial attireROBES
Kiri Te Kanawa deliveryARIA
Kiss on the cheekPECK
Knight's mountSTEED
Known far and wideFAMED
Leave dumbfoundedSTUN
Lie againstABUT
Like a hillsideSLOPED
Lumber camp toolAXE
Machu Picchu's landPERU
Make more readable, perhapsEDIT
Mariner's mopSWAB
Milk carton phraseUSEBY
Movie studio tour sightsSETS
Myanmar, before 1989BURMA
Pay the initiation feeJOIN
Preprinted stationery buyBUSINESSFORM
Prospector's strikeORE
Rat outSNITCHON
Reacts to pollen, perhapsSNEEZES
Retweet, essentiallySHARE
Rob of the Brat PackLOWE
Rust and laughing gas, for twoOXIDES
Ski resort trailsRUNS
Smucker's jarfulJAM
Special Forces headgearBERETS
Stephen of "The Crying Game"REA
Stone in pendantsOPAL
Talk show focusTOPIC
They may be loosened after big dinnersBELTS
Underhanded sortSNEAK
Unfortunate destinyDOOM
Unlikely to assert oneselfMEEK
Utah's state gemTOPAZ
Warhol's worksART
Warthog's weaponTUSK
Whiskey drinkSOUR
Wild guessSTAB
Word after tall or shortSTORY