Let me guess, you have been playing New York Times crossword and got stuck on the clue Like funk, now. Well, you have come to the right place to find the answer to this clue.

While some crosswords are much simpler than others, most require that players have a vast knowledge of the language and possibly even various topics. So while crossword puzzles are seen as a more intelligent game, they can be very frustrating for players to complete and even experienced crossword players need some help occasionally.

When finding the answers to the clues becomes too difficult, there's no shame in looking for them online.

Like funk, now crossword clue


Now you have the answer to your clue. Its time to move on to the next clue. You can browse through the list with all the answers to the New York Times crossword of August 14th, 2016. Or you can use the search form below to find the answer (no matter if its New York Times Crossword or any other crossword).

New York Times crossword of August 14th, 2016 other clues
'Enough!,' to a Roman
'Hamilton' and '1776'
'I can't help you, but the Brady Bunch mom will be happy to assist'?
'I'm still waiting ...?'
'Love Actually,' e.g
'___ me!'
65-Across producer, maybe
A good thing to get out of
A Swiss army knife has a lot of them
According to ___ (by the rules)
Actress Streep playing a centenarian?
Alaskan beer container?
Arrondissement heads?
Attacked, with 'out'
Attorney general's investigation target
Bad way to go?
Banana Republic competitor
Bathroom fixture
Battle of Hastings participants
Beat the tar out of
Big name in Scotch
Black ___
Body image grp
Booking time
Bunny boss
Buzz in space
Caligula, e.g
Celsius of the Celsius scale
Charming group?
Co. captains?
Common calculus calculation
Common soccer score
Counterparts of files
Cream of the crop
Cutting costs?
Debt for comedian Will?
Dept. of Labor branch
Died down
Done quickly
Driving aid
Evident worrywart
Fitness grp
Focus of onomastics
Frost-covered biochemical solid?
Gallbladder neighbor
Gets ready to do a load, say
Good listeners
Good shot?
Greasy spoons
Green shampoo
Gulf cash
Have a hole in one's heart
Heads for Britain?
Hell of a location?
Honorific for a colleague
Hung out
It stops talking
James who sang 'Good Rockin' Daddy'
January detritus
Katherine who co-starred in '27 Dresses'
Lies ahead
Like a headlining act, typically
Like actor Flynn post-dieting?
Like dirty water
Like the settings of typical Grant Wood paintings
Little fingers or toes
Lose a tan, say
Macduff, for one
Means of going down a 36-Down
Meets with
Monopoly holding
Monument Valley sighting
Nat ___ (channel)
Nervous people are on it
News show group
Not obvious to most
Not wandering, say
Notable whistle blowers
One of the Jacksons
One stop on Chicago's Blue Line
One-eyed female on 'Futurama'
Original 'S.N.L.' cast member
P pronounced like an R
Part of some small buildings
Pequod's co-owner
Pinkish orange
Plains dwellers
Preceder of snaps
Product possibly named after a real physician
Promote singer Crow's music?
Protested from the stands
Rags-to-riches writer
Request from
Risky business for a compiler of quotations?
Safe place
Sang gracefully
See 5-Across
Self-righteous types
Shade in
Signs (on)
Sirens, e.g
SiriusXM star
Small lump of tobacco
Some fine wool
Some True Value purchases
Soup accompaniers, often
Southwestern cliff dwellers
Subj. for an au pair, maybe
Telemarketer's action
The Cascades, e.g
Thick-skinned grazer
Throat part
Typographical no-no
Uranium 238 and strontium 90
Who wrote 'A great flame follows a little spark'
Wilderness Road trailblazer
___ acid
___ Durkheim, so-called 'father of sociology'
___ Kitchen (frozen food brand)
___ park
___ the top

We offer support and help with a wide range of crosswords and are guaranteed to make sure you complete everything; the site is also updated regularly to make sure that all of our answers are correct and to add more crosswords to the ever growing list.


If there is any problem with the answer, please contact us! We will fix the problem.