LA Times Crossword October 16 2017 Crossword Answers

On this page you will find the answers to all LA Times Crossword Crossword clues from October 16 2017.

  • Baseball putout, often
  • Digital readouts, for short
  • No more than
  • 401(k) kin: Abbr.
  • Settled on a rail
  • Abs exercise
  • Source of valuable metal
  • Holy __: brat
  • Isaac’s eldest
  • Golden State wine region
  • One World Trade Center topper
  • Sales team
  • Early record player
  • Give it __: make an effort
  • Work’s opposite
  • Fibber or Molly of old radio
  • Rationale
  • Repair
  • Beatles song used as wake-up music on the last Space Shuttle mission
  • Mariner’s “Help!”
  • Tear to pieces
  • Makes, as money
  • “Buona __”: Gino’s “Good evening”
  • Former trans-Atl. fliers
  • Revolving blade sharpener
  • Thing to scratch
  • Cut again, as grass
  • Bring into the firm
  • About 66.5 degrees, for the Arctic Circle
  • Musician Keys
  • Extinct since way back when … and, in a way, what each set of circles represents
  • Poland Spring competitor
  • Words to Brutus
  • Dist. you can see
  • The “S” in GPS
  • Pest-control brand
  • Md. summer hrs.
  • Striped big cat
  • Got up
  • Islands visited by Darwin
  • On the __: at large
  • Like Saran wrap
  • Bahraini money
  • Assembly instructions start
  • Put-on
  • Violates a “private property” sign
  • Brown played by Candice Bergen
  • “Blame It __”: 1984 film set in Brazil
  • Disdain
  • Little pigs number
  • Looked for prints
  • Intensifies
  • Actress Lena
  • 1967 Neil Diamond song title line preceding “Go to my head”
  • British sports cars
  • Pigeon sound
  • Less-traveled way
  • Sch. with a Phoenix campus
  • Grade school crush, often
  • Quaint quarters
  • Kisses, in romantic letters
  • Hoity-toity manners
  • Detesting
  • Polar expedition vehicle
  • Taken care of
  • Mortarboard tossers
  • Race with batons
  • “What’d __?”: returning traveler’s query
  • Lubricated
  • Campus midshipmen’s prog.
  • Dog or coyote
  • Nuclear trial, briefly
  • “Ready, __, fire!”
  • Staple or nail driver