The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,817 – Oct 27 2021

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An amount of freedom in a temporary master DOMINATE
Author is questioned about adult RISQUE
Avoid fish and fowl when young DUCKLING
Bird shot with catapult? GOSLING
Conscious of fighting within hospital department AWARE
Crooked toes here may be stretched! SHOETREE
Experienced remotely, as one caught amongst several VICARIOUS
Get rid of English and gunners lay down the law heartlessly ERADICATE
Lacking the go-ahead for recess? NOOK
Laughs cruelly seeing German taken in by wrong signs SNIGGERS
Lay into a girl coming back about one! ASSAIL
Little rod used for pond-life? TADPOLE
Logs of charges for entry BATTERINGRAMS
Lying in wait for a doctor in a hurry, lacking resistance AMBUSHING
Naive don recollected a rocky time in past DEVONIAN
Note changes showing hymn-books PSALTERS
People privy to information may have guts to cross Republican INSIDERS
Pius etc must keep holy symbols of remembrance POPPIES
Prickly types caught first part of play CACTI
Put under the sea instead, after a redesign ANAESTHETISED
Returning as soon as possible — about time for some food! PASTA
Seek approval from women kept by lover FAWN
She may have a prediction about employing a second hospital doctor CASSANDRA
Shires may give these votes against broadcast NEIGHS
Spots king wearing glasses SPECKS
Staggers seeing decoys outside church LURCHES
Surrender love for capital QUITO
This criminal pinches low energy drink SMOOTHIE
Turnover, including source of cash, and balance SCALES
Young flier given new age restriction EAGLET

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,816 – Oct 26 2021

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African country miles north of a large island MALI
At home and cross after virus’s arrival INFLUX
Choose Dickens character, e.g. The Artful Dodger PICKPOCKET
Claw from rabbit cut leg TALON
Decoration or star, new on top of tree ORNAMENT
Encouraging shot — golfer isn’t losing length FOSTERING
European cutting socialist’s grass REED
False coin son forged — father may hear about it here CONFESSIONAL
German writer embraced by French one finally squeezed without hands UNMANNED
Lamb perhaps satisfied penning fourth of essays MEAT
Learner doctor does one’s unfinished jobs LOOSEENDS
Male’s been swimming without a costume ENSEMBLE
Massage skin regularly each day KNEAD
Nervous about my boss, for example, getting upset ONEDGE
Not just nuts UNBALANCED
Observer supporting smashing dish GOODLOOKER
One leads in mosque, aiding Muslims IMAM
Radical former lover getting married in plane? EXTREME
Reporter’s small bed on base SCRIBE
Romanians touring small country SANMARINO
Sacrifice in the place of god, mainly FORGO
Seal of approval consequently keeping medic excited THUMBSUP
Sharpness wins fight — heads are knocked off INSIGHT
Stir fast? HUNGERSTRIKE
Superior to Raab, overrules Houses ABOVE
Teacher in favour of oil company purchased by father PROFESSOR
These words could make gent vamoose, possibly, with seconds to go GETAMOVEON
Turning up with diamonds and ring — that’s sweet PUDDING
Use penny Oscar kept in wallet PURPOSE
Worship continually in Religious Education REVERE

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,815 – Oct 25 2021

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Absented oneself and sketched WITHDREW
Absurd article describing new instrument CLARINET
After fuss, difficult dismissing hotel’s sommelier, perhaps STEWARD
Answer’s to be found in proven and reliable political publication HANSARD
Any he shot brings scavenger HYENA
Baseball player, parking it, caught that woman PITCHER
Brave face social worker put on GALLANT
Bulletin about split in Foggy Bottom STATEDEPARTMENT
Calamity resulting from Diana’s bloomer DISASTER
Condescend to take on board son’s plan DESIGN
Culinary herb helping to make healthy meal THYME
Cycle ultimately crashed entering ring PEDAL
Elated, being broadcast ONAIR
Explore underground pool, with most of them swimming POTHOLE
Idol with magic formula in musical GODSPELL
Large curved structure in wood LARCH
Level prior to tense incident EVENT
List must include ordinary farmyard bird ROOSTER
Made sense of Fahrenheit in Germany FATHOMED
Make fun of star’s second service TEASET
Member, before holiday, gets delivery LEGBREAK
No longer active, former leader of Conservatives put in shade EXTINCT
Nothing left in safe? ALLRIGHT
Powerful chief, fiery type HOTHEAD
Quietly, the man occupies young relative NEPHEW
Significant changes covering court’s antisocial work periods GRAVEYARDSHIFTS
Stream of abuse from one stuck in traffic TIRADE
Swinger having choice about dancing nude PENDULUM
Things of no importance in glass? SMALLBEER
Tuna in foil, newly prepared YELLOWFIN

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,813 – Oct 22 2021

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After reflection during Whitsun, I’m retiring — end of the line TERMINUS
Awful run with kid falling in burrow HORRIBLE
Barrier placed around Lima or another city FLORENCE
Behind European athlete, one that came first FORERUNNER
Crane’s action when flying across the Atlantic? TRANSOCEANIC
Design has been put into that man’s suit HEARTS
Encourage seafront exercises PROMPT
Feel war should be replaced, say, in this social system WELFARESTATE
Friend in form? SCHOOLFELLOW
Games console given without wrapping — that’s mean INTEND
Good to get massage and something to eat GRUB
Hitchcock, say, would do this kind of political manoeuvre DIRECTACTION
Issue bullet that’s harmless at close range POINTBLANK
Knockout round involving locals? PUBCRAWL
Like a play on words lacking core discipline PUNISH
Maiden about to meet king’s brother MONK
Mail unfair in review for novel UNFAMILIAR
More intelligent British having longer showers? BRAINIER
North-bound motorway service area for pigs? FARM
Ordered to wed, Tim was unfaithful TWOTIMED
Outstanding student in head-to-head fight DUEL
Second in craft SHIP
Shocking forbidden passion — love found by you and me OUTRAGEOUS
Sitting on the fence — Tyne ritual when drunk NEUTRALITY
Told a tale showing origins of love in ‘Edwin Drood’ LIED
Turned over in pontoon, I sacrificed fortune needed to win here CASINO
Using odd bits of turkey, guys cook American — awesome! TREMENDOUS
Very cold spell — one bear’s home, perhaps conserving energy ICEAGE

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,812 – Oct 21 2021

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‘Let’s hear it for the ordinary potato’ — one expressing opinion COMMENTATOR
Abused tradesmen to walk out in protest? DEMONSTRATE
Act gloomily, troubled by this study of global warming etc? CLIMATOLOGY
Actors given holiday seasons with new introduction MUMMERS
Alternative to road on the rise? One’s given false account LIAR
Be apathetic as doctor needing exercise MOPE
Book group GENESIS
Cease to be involved with one section of newspaper? PULLOUT
Classical scholar, I go up into hilltops distractedly PHILOLOGIST
Crazy Conservative entertained by gents? LOCO
Form of rap embraced by this unconventional musician HARPIST
Girls with a misplaced and greedy king MIDAS
High-ranking woman to ask for alms with hesitation BEGUM
In favour of attacking and advancing PROPOUNDING
Initial pain merrily dealt with PRELIMINARY
Insect occupying dung naturally GNAT
Is Ruth’s son one sunk in depression, being like Adam? DISOBEDIENT
Lass having left — a source of irritation GALL
Like some rocks beast knocked over by river LAMINAR
Manage to come through cardiac operation COPE
Meet one’s obligations and, by implication, yap PAYUP
New list with variety and flexibility VERSATILITY
Old city is gone round by Thomas — contributing to this? TOURISM
One makes a noise disappearing — one unseen GONG
Queue at the pub? Musician will be familiar with it BARLINE
Relax and laugh out loud by lake LOLL
Resentful soldiers stuck in home counties SORE
River bank with black content TIBER
Some ore? A good deal, by the sound of it LODE
Strain to bite around hard bit of food PINENUT
The music coming from birds? The opposite! EMUS
Transport vehicle with central bit set aside for bird LORY

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,811 – Oct 20 2021

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A proviso arranged about university as a layer perhaps OVIPAROUS
Arab bitterness about spiritual leader RABBI
Basket supplying unboxed fizz! HAMPER
Blunt point DIRECT
Caution from coppers covering game day PRUDENCE
Cue from soldiers and bodyguard REMINDER
Direct view of Spooner’s indication of dawn? LINEOFSIGHT
Doorstep millions holding stickers up LIMPETS
Financial institution ruins new queen INSURER
Flood coming from fissure under hill TORRENT
Gold in toilet facility for the president of the yacht club! COMMODORE
Hit back at volunteers employed by online seller making a comeback RETALIATE
Impressive carriage in attendance PRESENCE
Language of Zulu arrested by an investigating officer AZTEC
Light transport such as tank, for example LANDSHIP
Occasionally calm second rounds AMMO
Parking on road the wrong way is punishable in law PENAL
Pointed remarks from lawyers with briefs lacking content BARBS
Prone to drink plonk, taking cap off SUPINE
Shared objectives may produce shock problem SPLITENDS
Small and delicate female found in river flowing west ELFIN
Sort of business college once attached to Doctor No MONOPOLY
Spike may be mistaken getting power for women PRONG
State officers originally provide crew OMAN
Studies underpinning rise of tabloid plots GARDENS
Talk about right before consumer finds jumper GRASSHOPPER
This might cut swan with broken neck if not caught PENKNIFE
Thrill of quote by former partner EXCITE
Vessel preferably parked outside church SCHOONER
William is able to cook in this vessel BILLYCAN

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,810 – Oct 19 2021

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A means of making cloth set up to make money MOOLA
A place to drink, or grow, a certain beverage? TEAGARDEN
At home, singer gets bill INVOICE
Aware ruler should receive present KNOWING
Brought about and violently driven to top of cliff CONTRIVED
Changes hat in place where just one at a time is allowed TURNSTILE
Charity from members, we hear ALMS
Charles Manson’s first opening? CHASM
Current leader of chain in coffee network LATTICE
Deals with mere criminal penned by representatives AGREEMENTS
Followers always holding one up RETINUE
Free rent again? RELEASE
German after old Mexican food NACHO
Headgear given to Oscar for playing bridge? CAPO
I have a go at the French attempt to worship image IDOLATRY
It’s obvious and merited — reportedly, it’s reversed! OVERTURNED
Living thing (northern one) in immoderate excitement ORGANISM
Maybe princess’s group of deputies on ship strip? DISPOSSESS
Mimicking a request to self-isolate? APING
Moulding and shaping a star female ASTRAGAL
Partner-in-crime caught in police camera (only half working) ACCOMPLICE
Powder smuggled into eastern tattoo salon SOOT
Provide small space, initially, to sleep DOSS
Reproduced sound from Saudi office AUDIO
Sacred performance on the radio — it’s true RIGHT
Satan getting confused — he brings presents! SANTA
Scotsman behind whisky dispenser? Get some glasses here! OPTICIAN
Security device gets secretary and student in place of those accused PADLOCK
Staff turn to get fruit MANGO
Sweet creature seen around Arkansas CARAMEL
Trip with former partner and dog having commotion (almost) on the way back EXCURSION
What smoker might have that’s not as serious? LIGHTER

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,807 – Oct 15 2021

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About to enter English court, Edmond’s case is established ERECTED
Accommodation for sections of society QUARTERS
Arabs, in theory, will secrete potent drink ABSINTHE
Caught boat regularly to circle posh island CUBA
Dance with student also involved in tempestuous affair HIGHLANDFLING
Decision affecting lawful position of striker? OFFSIDE
Employment perk, something a hairdresser might suggest? FRINGEBENEFIT
Familiar with gripping, tense, uplifting poems you articulated USEDTO
Flipping insect bite TANG
In no case is Italy blocking new anaesthetic NEITHER
Inclined to cry, first of those facing reprimand TEARFUL
Inexpensiveness of gold daughter accepted in good humour AFFORDABILITY
It is hard backing second-rate horse essentially in race BRITISH
Loose cows on farm creating potentially tricky problem CANOFWORMS
Love file sent with email message ATTACHMENT
Over time medic provided gear periodically for vagrant DRIFTER
Place near London, order fish there mostly for distribution HERTFORDSHIRE
Plant, one supported by stake briefly IRIS
Postponed number going around vessel’s cargo area ONHOLD
Praising European Union record, good restricting international crime EULOGISING
Rising Oregon tenor’s opening line for skilled musician MAESTRO
Second American admitting irregular unit is insubordinate MUTINOUS
Those originally inside Rolls-Royce arriving at opera? CARMEN
Though appearing gutless, steals pounds THROBS
Unknown’s article replaced by vacuous story expressing same idea SYNONYMOUS
Unusually generous fortune finally escaping theatre worker SURGEON
Wild animal said to be nuisance BORE
Yard shut about when in the week? THURSDAY

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,806 – Oct 14 2021

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Binge shows playing repeats every evening, initially SPREE
Body of church unchanged welcoming Son CHASSIS
Checks after covering of safety procedures SYSTEMS
Crown in charge of subject TOPIC
Dress up bride with more fussing EMBROIDER
Element illuminated with current in buzz LITHIUM
Examine china dish missing lid’s top PALPATE
Excluding tips, this compiler’s misleading EVASIVE
Famous volume opening for group GENESIS
Game bird is all dressed BILLIARDS
Gets rid of outhouses SHEDS
Gloomy clutching one’s small sack DISMISSAL
Grand girls producing spectacles GLASSES
Left in revolt change course DEFLECT
Looks after the Yorkshire borders TENDS
Man who reportedly needs other people? MASSEUR
Men on dock and deck ORLOP
Quiet about Conservative, popular, facing a scrap SCINTILLA
Raise grand drink LAGER
Rapture seeing sunset finally passed pool? TRANSPORT
Resign on account of work FORGO
Smooth singer’s first with rubbish Queen SANDPAPER
Strangely bluer and almost cloudlike NEBULAR
Sun with dire rubbish covered INSURED
Support for capital punishment? GALLOWS
Telegraph line? EDITORIAL
The French veto against Asian country LEBANON
Top water-sport expert? SURFACE
Trails fugitives, the fourth absconding RUNWAYS
Use vision, including nose oddly for feeling SENSE
Vessel, part sunken, holds up unsupported STRAPLESS
What supports new bloomers? TRELLIS

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,805 – Oct 13 2021

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Anxious as guitar part not quite complete FRETFUL
Assistant wants line put into a flirtatious note ACOLYTE
Be a really good person — or cruel and brutal one! BEAST
Beer without head: that is disturbing EERIE
Character from Titanic holding up duck OMEGA
Conservative-Liberal relationship brings outcry CLAMOUR
Drain to make white, not black LEACH
Empty beer containers for these traders? BREWERS
ESP in later years keeping old in secret work ESPIONAGE
Fine and well-built swimmer HUNKYDORY
Flow easily with crude oil making capital TRIPOLI
Impressive meow as Siamese at last moves AWESOME
Item with Oedipal strings attached? APRON
Lying down as quickly as possible FLATOUT
Michigan port appealingly elegant in the past CHICAGO
Morse’s first name and last always stated ENDEAVOUR
Novel about British deposing leader in holy city REBECCA
One can relate well to race run poorly RACONTEUR
Playwright born an Algonquian speaker SHAWNEE
Row backed about Virginia’s prevarication EVASION
Ruralite wrong to ditch large pot plant ETRURIA
Second goddess with vacant expression still here? SHEBEEN
Servant concealing crime in holy residence PARSONAGE
Skating facility shortly opening by sea BRINY
Small country on radar in revolt ANDORRA
Song about Zulu on in state ARIZONA
Suppose one will receive letter from Greeks OPINE
Tight one is come to cut back ECONOMISE
Traitors getting round Spain’s local taxes RATES
Vessel needing time on River Po FLOWERPOT
Wanting best from Handel? It is magical ELITISM
Watch perhaps seen in American magazine article TIMEPIECE