Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (December 4th 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 74 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Hurray!' or 'Olé!'
Jan. honoree
Cut's partner in word processing
Professional org
Air Force One passenger: Abbr
Really small, informally
Last full month of spring
Applies, as a thick coat of paint
Schoolteacher's wake-up time, perhaps
Nightclub singer who was given the nickname 'Buddha' by Frank Sinatra
Barbershop call
Distance units in astron
Second addendum to a letter, for short
Basic facts
Drop the ball
NNW's opposite
Billionaire Carl
North Korean leader
Blushed or flushed
Nursery rhyme character who met a pieman
Evita of 'Evita'
Bonanza discoveries
Old Russian autocrat
Exclamation on 'The Simpsons'
Sitarist Shankar
Bootblack's job
One who works with bricks
Smurf with a white beard
Expired, as a membership
Brooke Shields sitcom set at a trendy magazine
Orangutan, for one
Firehouse fixtures
Sounds when settling into a hot bath
Bye at the French Open?
Org. opposed by Everytown for Gun Safety
First month of el año
Steakhouse specification
Christmas carols
Participate in a prizefight
Four Corners state
Strong desire
Clothing store event to get rid of excess merchandise
Plumber's device
French writer who refused the 1964 Nobel Prize in Literature
Summer zodiac sign
Commonest craps roll
Popular Japanese cars
'Washboard' muscles
Good name for a dyslexic neurosurgeon?
Commonly sprained joint
Government agency charged with protecting the first family
Where the buoys are
Communications officer on the Enterprise
Hot Chocolate or Vanilla Fudge
Word before sells or cells
Company that created Pong
Prefix with -phyte
Active person
In the near future
___ Stanley Gardner of detective fiction
Condescend (to)
Prefix with cellular
Admission of defeat
Affirmative vote