Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (February 14th 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 69 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Parts of the body that may be wiggled
Vise parts
Beat it!
Fish-fowl link
Deepest feelings
Vodka with a Russian name
Actress who played Mrs. Cunningham on 'Happy Days'
'Grand Ole' thing
Furniture mover, maybe
Actress Petty of 'Tank Girl'
World capital founded by a conquistador
Furniture mover?
Power failure
Act as
Purple shade
Fair-hiring inits
Range rovers
435 members, for the House
Game of 'love'
Expressionist Schiele
Brilliant craftsmanship
Game's turning point?
2003 #1 hit for OutKast
Some univ. instructors
Goes after
Barack Obama and Jimmy Carter, at the starts of their political careers
Sometime babysitters
Actor Cariou
Gymnastics legend Comaneci
Baldwin of 'To Rome With Love'
Start of a rodeo cry
Citi Field team, on scoreboards
Home for Peter Pan
Beginner: Var
Steak order
County divisions: Abbr
How the answer to this clue goes in the grid
Dark, dirty shade
Stories to be continued
'There's many a man hath more hair than ___': Shak
Suitable for sinking one's teeth into
Living room accent piece
'We need a government, ___, because of the nature of humans': P. J. O'Rourke
Swiss canton where William Tell lived
'Fate would prove otherwise'
Loving, maybe
They lead to love at first sight
Marina facility
Thomas who lent his name to a 'choice'
Aussie animal
Auto takebacks
Messes up
Trio in 'Macbeth'
One getting smashed at a party?
February honoree
Unfulfilling work assignments
Bad place for a bowling ball or the mind
Part of Washington, D.C., known for lobbying firms