Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 22nd 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 76 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'... man ___ mouse?'
'Desserts' made from wet dirt
'Hamilton' composer
'How about we forgo that'
'Just play along, please'
'The War of the Worlds' villains, briefly
'Will do!'
'You ___ right!'
'___ ears!' ('Listening!')
'___ Not Unusual' (Tom Jones standard)
1, 8, 27, 64, etc
1982 movie inspired by Pong
Alternative to Hotmail
Amino acid vis-à-vis a protein, e.g
Base after third base
Beachfront property woe
Big name in elevators
Brokerage with an asterisk in its name
Car speed meas
Catherine who married Henry VIII
Church activity
Clink on the drink
Composer John with six Emmys
Etymological origins of the answers to the five starred clues
Europe's longest river
Figure in the form 123-45-6789, e.g.: Abbr
Flows back
French 'thank you'
Fully surrounded (by)
Gas brand whose logo has a blue oval
Gas brand whose logo has a red triangle
Glass that makes a rainbow
Isaac's elder son
Italy's shape
Jokester's jokes
Kia model
Kwik-E-Mart minder on 'The Simpsons'
List-ending abbr
Little rapscallion
Meriting a 'D,' say
Ones under a captain's command
Online discussion forum
Org. for the Sixers and Spurs
Portions (out)
Prepare, as a dinner table
Professional coffee server
Public's opposite
Pupu ___
Shakespearean sprite
Site of a 1945 Allied victory in the Pacific
Sitting Bull's people
Subway entrances
The 'U' of B.T.U
The final frontier, per 'Star Trek'
Tibetan beast
Tiny hill builders
Toot one's own horn
Vaper's device
Website for crowdsourced reviews
Weekly parody source, briefly
What actors memorize
What free apps often come with
What oxen pull, in England
Yoga posture
___ fruit (wrinkly citrus)
___ McDonald (clown)