Let me guess, you have been playing New York Times crossword and got stuck on the clue *Oblige. 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.

*Oblige crossword clue


A C C O M O D A T E

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 April 27th, 2008. 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 April 27th, 2008 other clues
'Ah, yes'
'Bro!'
'Heavens!'
'Illmatic' rapper
'What a moron I am!'
*Absence at a nudist colony?
*Bugs
*Conspicuous
*Doggedness
*Event
*Long, long time
*Stick with a needle, maybe
*Supplant
*Wee
1950s Braves All-Star pitcher Burdette
2% alternative
Actor Baldwin
Alphabet quartet
Alternative to dial-up
Ambulance figure: Abbr.
Anthem contraction
Archipelago part
Attempts
Baseball's ___ league
Be
Below par
Brusque
Casual attire
Clean air org.
Cliff
Close, as a relationship
Cock-a-doodle-doo
Commercial come-on
Commotion
Contract specifics
Course after trig
Crucial sleep stage
Cubic meter
Debt acknowledgment
Disarming words?
Dorm heads, for short
Dynasty of Confucius and Lao-tzu
Examination
Expose
Farmer's ___
Follows
Foot, slangily
Freeze
French noblemen
Gawk at
Gen ___
Goldie of 'Cactus Flower'
Half-baked
Heavens
International chain of fusion cuisine restaurants
Is undecided
It's bowed
Jazzy Jones
Judged, with 'up'
Karl Marx's one
Laredo-to-Galveston dir.
Laura of 'Jurassic Park'
Least bold
Like cotton candy
Like some pens
Like the answers to the 10 asterisked clues, more often than any other English words, according to a 1999 study
Like the carol 'Away in a Manger,' originally
Literary inits.
Long-haired sheepdog
Loot
Luster
Many August babies
Marked permanently
Marmalade component
Massage target?
Matriarchs
Miracle-___
Monterrey mister
Most massive
Mustang competitor
Narrative
Neighbor of Ga.
O.K. mark
Olive or apple
Ooze
Opposite of 'nod off'
Orator's no-no
Parish priests
Parish priests
Pen, to Pierre
Photoshop options
Plain
Previously mentioned
Product with TV's first advertising jingle, 1948
Program executors, for short
QB Manning
Rare imports, maybe
Regulated bus.
Relaxes, in a way
Restaurant chain since 1958
Rice-A-___
Rocker John
Root used in perfumery
Running mate with Dick
Series of rounds
Show up again
Some shampoos
Somme times
Spanish 'a'
Spicy cuisine
Stuck
Suffix not seen much in London
Swift's 'A Modest Proposal,' e.g.
Symbol of happiness
T-shirt style
Target of many a Bart Simpson prank call
The whole wide world
They're seen in many John Constable paintings
Ticklish one?
Tip of the Arabian Peninsula
Toes' woes
Tops
Trendy
Tribal council makeup, often
Trying period for a doctoral student
Turn away
Type
Violinist's need
What a Tennessee cheerleader asks for a lot?
Whatchamacallit
When Earth Day is celebrated: Abbr.
Wine sometimes blended with Cabernet Sauvignon
Without adjustments
Word of encouragement
Writer/illustrator Silverstein
X-ray ___
Yank or Tiger
___ choy (Chinese vegetable)
___ machine
___ profundo
___-garde

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.

__IMAGE__

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