NYT Crossword May 15 2022 Answers (5/15/22)

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Here are all of the answers to today’s NYT Crossword puzzle to help you finish it up!

The New York Times has been publishing Crosswords since 1942, and there is the regular, full-sized Crossword along with the Mini Crossword. This post shares all of the answers to the NYT Crossword published May 15, 2022.

NYT Crossword Answers Guide

Here are all of the answers for the recent New York Times Crossword. Click/tap on the appropriate clue to get the answer. (We have done it this way so that if you’re just looking for a handful of clues, you won’t spoil other ones you’re working on!) You can also find an ongoing post of the latest NYT Crossword answers.

  • Meet the ___ (baseball fight song)
  • Pertaining to any of five Italian popes
  • Small rodent
  • To be, in France
  • ___ Jay Hawkins, rock pioneer who wrote “I Put a Spell on You”
  • Hardly a team player?
  • Nickname for 114-Across coined by John Steinbeck
  • Large rodents
  • Corpse ___ No. 2 (morning-after cocktail)
  • German surname part
  • One of the Guccis
  • At the top
  • Skip or drop
  • Down-to-earth
  • Cool
  • Opposite of a breeze
  • Instruction for some Thanksgiving cooking
  • Downton Abbey countess
  • Colorful natural attraction along 114-Across
  • An awful state to live in
  • Twitch user, perhaps
  • Spanish : -ando or -iendo :: English : ___
  • Attempt to grasp, as a complicated situation
  • Car-pooling inits.
  • Cuisine that includes gochujang paste
  • Go ahead and ask
  • Pastis flavorer
  • Peridot, for one
  • Smart, say
  • Bad stat for a QB: Abbr.
  • Left
  • Tall, curved attraction along 114-Across
  • Gear for gondoliers
  • Trafficker trackers, for short
  • Legend
  • Animal in the genus Bos
  • Following along
  • Roux ingredient?
  • B3, nutritionally
  • Beverage with a “New England” variety
  • Gone to press?
  • Booked it
  • Phrase one might yell at the screen during a horror film
  • What roots are, to powers
  • Graffitied artistic attraction along 114-Across
  • Summers in la cité
  • ___ Austin, Biden’s secretary of defense
  • Bugs
  • Jazz bassist Carter, who has appeared on more than 2,200 recordings
  • Being treated, in a way
  • A whole can of worms?
  • Mamas’ mamas
  • Bug
  • Bad review
  • Component of lacquer thinner
  • More far out
  • Theme of this puzzle, which winds its way nearly 2,500 miles through all the shaded squares herein
  • Wishy-washy response
  • Captivate
  • The Panthers of the N.C.A.A., familiarly
  • Art in the Television Hall of Fame
  • Dislikes and then some
  • Things sometimes named after presidents
  • One of 50,460 in the Chunnel
  • Actress Barrymore, great-aunt of Drew
  • Famed fountain of Rome
  • Half step, in music
  • Character seen on a keyboard
  • Bile
  • Obsequious
  • Sun deck?
  • That’s my cue!
  • Actress Long
  • Component of a bridge truss
  • Positive results of some strikes
  • TV 6-year-old who attends Little Dipper School
  • Lead-in to “com”
  • Bit of writing on Twitter or Tinder
  • Natural conclusion?
  • Some mil. officers
  • Abbr. on many streets in Quebec
  • Holy ___!
  • Pass
  • Not mainstream, for short
  • Sierra ___
  • 1990s film with a famous wood chipper scene
  • Word with a wave in Oaxaca
  • Classic Camaro
  • Grant ___, northeast terminus of 114-Across
  • Kind of tape
  • $100 bill, slangily
  • Underwriting?
  • What malarkey!
  • Paid penance
  • Site of a U.C. in the O.C.
  • Muscle-bone connector
  • Verb in Poe’s “The Raven”
  • Trece menos doce
  • Many a Hollywood worker
  • Brownish-yellow hue
  • Big ___
  • Monogram in the 2016 presidential election
  • Puts away
  • Suffragist and abolitionist Abby ___ Alcott
  • Georgia, e.g.
  • One of two circling the earth
  • Decorates deceptively
  • High part of a deck
  • Bon ___ (fashionable world)
  • One-named New Age musician
  • Mower’s trail
  • Means of electronic communication with restricted access
  • Ending with cash or front
  • Self images?
  • Stevenson of 1950s politics
  • They may be ridden to victory
  • Some co. name endings
  • Santa Monica ___, southwest terminus of 114-Across
  • Golden rule preposition
  • Speed skater Kramer with nine Olympic medals
  • Stir in
  • String or integer, in programming
  • Brand with a bull in its logo
  • Critical warning
  • Some scores in horseshoes
  • My Name Is Asher ___
  • Offer one’s two cents
  • Deprived
  • You usually do this lying down by yourself
  • Naval “Negative”
  • Singer O’Day
  • Bad messages to send to the wrong person
  • Tap-in, e.g.
  • 140, in old Rome
  • Covid Data Tracker org.
  • New Deal power agcy.
  • Fools are often seen at its start: Abbr.
  • Peaceful, informally
  • Partner of only
  • Posed for a portrait

We also recommend trying your hand at the Mini Crossword, which is definitely easier (on all days!) as it is 5×5, compared to the full-sized crossword (which is 15×15, and the Sunday edition is 21×21!). New crosswords are released at 10PM ET on weekdays and 6PM ET on weekends.

If you’re still struggling to solve your NYT crosswords, consider practicing with the Eugene Sheffer and Thomas Joseph dailies first. If you’re looking for similarly challenging crosswords, we recommend the WSJ Crossword and LA Times Crossword.

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