Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 12th 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 71 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Enid who wrote 'National Velvet'
Item suggested visually by the black squares in this puzzle's grid
Vaper's device
Places for pedestrians to be alert, informally
Envelope abbr
Jean who wrote 'Wide Sargasso Sea'
'In other words ...'
Provider of a traveler's check, for short
Eye intently
Workers, dismissively
Question after 'Hey!'
First name in rap history
[Don't you think you're milking it a bit too much?]
Focus of Boyle's law
'Awake in the Dark' author
___ Baker (British clothing retailer)
Fool, in British slang
Reduplicative dance name
'Hmm ...'
Like many an ESPN Deportes watcher
___ Kyle, Catwoman's alter ego
Fortune 500 company whose products have a trademarked green-and-yellow color scheme
Relative of philia and agape, to the Greeks
Look (for), as a compliment
___ milk
'Hope' and 'Friendship,' for two
Seafood known for its sweet taste and delicate texture
Many a line from Benjamin Franklin
___ time
Go on and on
Many profs
2008 presidential campaign topic
Go on and on
Bathroom or beach supply
Group of whales
Big name in pharmaceuticals
Mic holders
Group running together
Soccer superstar Lionel
Bitter end?
Millennials, in relation to their parents
Gutenberg's Bible, e.g
Some wares in a china shop
Name associated with chicken
HBO's 'Veep,' e.g
Takes off
Not be in the driver's seat
Heavy metal band with the double-platinum album 'Countdown to Extinction'
Capital of South Sudan
Numerical prefix
Hertfordshire neighbor
Checker of someone's vitals
The International Space Station, e.g
Impressively tough, slangily
Drink with a straw
Italian cardinal
DuVernay who directed 'A Wrinkle in Time'