The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,567 – Jan 8 2021

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Audibly bemoan making cooking mixture ROUX
Avoided quiet one in French home to the west SHUNNED
Backed youth with an expert in court NADAL
Banks of nowhere returned good gains for savings NESTEGG
Beauty queen is mad with sexist EXQUISITENESS
Biscuit a girl replaced with bad one GARIBALDI
Caught alien restraining knight and struck ENTRAPPED
Characteristic of fine player FACTOR
Divided volume of liquid, English wine QUARTERED
Earl lives extravagantly, acquiring second chateau VERSAILLES
Engineer shut yard for some time THURSDAY
Gambled once Charlie’s gone and cashed in his chips DIED
Gems centrally placed on superior ornament EMBOSS
Heading off very much in advance EARLY
Leader quitting by arrangement ORDERING
One makes proposal cancelled by monarch twice OFFERER
Rot in base with two types of wood EYEWASH
Sauce collected by vassal, address in Greenwich SALADDRESSING
Separated half of dishes, cracked DISSOLVED
Slacker, first to ignore dinner, left for pub IDLER
Spring day, content in best suit SPADES
Starting to dislike turning GOINGOFF
Stupidly popular, shifty type (about 50) INEPTLY
Substitutes for team beside opponents PROXIES
Tests after some oddly fell back EXAMS
Tracks ignored in Derry, poor condition causing this? DERAILMENT
Trojan regularly declining acting sycophantically TOADYING
Trouble opening up temple PAGODA

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,566 – Jan 7 2021

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‘About a Boy’ showing wit REASON
Aimless publicity break ADRIFT
An erotic novel produces feedback REACTION
Bellini’s sorry about rising composer ROSSINI
Broadcaster is keen to employ star ASTERISK
Captain could create stink on ship BOSS
Clash with frightful European clutching flag DISAGREE
Clean funny comedian with talent forgetting line DECONTAMINATE
Cook while stuffing baloney ROAST
Extreme seeing doctor over a small twitch DRASTIC
Fantastic calibre in bed’s amazing INDESCRIBABLE
Final word on one couple’s facilities AMENITIES
First course more piquant after seconds STARTER
Flatulence firstly hazardous being full of beans FRISKY
For Queen single I cavort about outside VICTORIA
Friend embracing sweetheart, sound as a bell PEAL
Gloomy in local eating empty ‘Scotch’ dish NEGATIVE
Guard posted overseeing railway SENTRY
Initially try hitching using member breezily THUMB
Knapsack weight carrying mixed bait KITBAG
Performed and spoke gripping edges of page OPERATED
Prognosticated after drink’s finished PORTENDED
Resident American consumed by frontier BOARDER
Rest and relaxation includes stroll for stroller RAMBLER
Rushing water rushes maintaining pressure RAPIDS
Sailor facing route overseas ABROAD
Study following unfinished article’s yarn THREAD
They cut fruit round summer’s end PRUNERS
They reportedly need you to work MASSEURS
Topple plain vase OVERTURN

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,565 – Jan 6 2021

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Anxiety is no good, in a way ANGST
Back up expensive car — the noise it makes! PURR
Bring in soldier, perhaps, and material IMPORTANT
Clothes worn by power party bosses TOPDOGS
Dazzle of news occasionally quashed by Star and Mirror reduced by these? SUNGLASSES
Dodgy sort of bag with no opening IFFY
Fail to back up lease, depressed LETDOWN
Game played after love letter OMEGA
Giving notice, detective’s not able to be located DISMISSING
Got on, looking embarrassed by footballers FARED
Guard’s raised before son makes another sketch REDRAWS
Have on, taking in wife OWN
Ignore information rejected by the French court NEGLECT
Inventor a large group backed TESLA
Judges fool scattering roses across south ASSESSORS
Most of close action destroyed breaker of images ICONOCLAST
One may have sunk eight pints, full of energy GALLEON
Part of farm that’s British and a force at sea BARN
Parts of Oxford maybe fashionable, only small INSOLES
People who may see vicars only at random CLAIRVOYANTS
Poor ladies pimp used in a wrong way MISAPPLIED
Progresses smoothly from university during emergencies CRUISES
Rising area is a regret for this land mass EURASIA
Second very old church to support Bismarck, perhaps very quietly SOTTOVOCE
Still single? This creature may not be YETI
Stress coming after former partner gets part of the house EXTENSION
Swollen belly and oddly windy TUMID
They may take shots while propping up the bar GOALPOSTS
This goes without his planning cover for house THATCHING
When scenery is an advantage ASSET
Wild acclaim if top becomes a foregone conclusion FAITACCOMPLI

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,560 – Dec 31 2020

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‘Downtown’ performer pleasant, not one for sulkiness PETULANCE
A busy type getting sent inside — has one escaped? ABSENTEE
A very quiet repose, right for one avoiding conflict APPEASER
Be unfair to a woman maybe in want of a roof EXIST
Country’s number two making little money PENCE
Enthusiast embraces upper-class character of godlike nature FAUN
Examiner of idiots, upset no end ASSESSOR
Finery for Jack the Lad? SAILORSUIT
Gathered in a gym, looking embarrassed about it? REAPED
Gem of a baby BIRTHSTONE
Got old boy schooled, having missed one of three basic subjects? OBTAINED
Hard rain sometimes will be too much for such DRAINS
Heather being entertained by Americans ERICA
In which every picture tells a story? PHOTOJOURNALISM
Maiden given River, a strong perfume MUSK
Name is given to satellite of Jupiter CALLISTO
Page is one trained for secret work ESPIONAGE
Playful nonsense outside station PRANKISH
Retro function held in gallery until now TODATE
Saintly December traveller briefly in prison NICK
Sector abroad providing bodyguard ESCORT
Short sad poem penned in vehicle gives urgent message TELEGRAM
Sort of informal relations joined by a daughter turning up KINDA
Stop revolutionary rocker grabbing girl DESIST
Story enacted fantastically, full of love ANECDOTE
Study accommodating a person who sometimes writes sermon? DEAN
Supporters of Elizabeth II, so to speak SECONDERS
Twins maybe left in car COUPLE
Wriggling inside mum, as many a baby will be IMMUNISED

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,554 – Dec 23 2020

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A right racket in California for a papal adviser CARDINAL
Animal that’s roamed about in parched environment? DROMEDARY
Captain initially going south for these fish KIPPERS
Copper’s taken in by expert put on trial ACCUSE
Death of British Trident designed to protect Spain BITTEREND
Document obtained by way of covering letters at last VISA
Drink, seeing emancipation with no sign of hesitation LIBATION
Fortuitous, then, as even after a fashion? HEAVENSENT
Get ready to slim down after purge, oddly PREPARE
Hanger-on rejected by society locally ACOLYTE
Having nothing on — save time, ultimately BARE
Hear bet is off and get some air BREATHE
Hunger may be variable before making money YEARNING
Independent politician played a part and had an effect IMPACTED
Lose job in area away from cheap ghetto in trouble GETTHECHOP
Models make fun of highs MOCKUPS
Most recent unprotected animals? EWES
New exam must include end of term average NORMAL
People in a particular house may find cars parked by empty garage GEMINIS
Person investigating needing to put watch on soldier PRIVATEEYE
Presenting a party of men full of spirit STAGING
Republican must be in however unfashionable everywhere THROUGHOUT
Rice, e.g. squeezed by stone, must be best OPTIMAL
Ruler seeing eastern border moving westwards EMIR
So far from success, others mostly adjusted HITHERTO
Sort of figure dog does this to keep everybody quiet BALLPARK
Stopped and relaxed after a run ARRESTED
The girl Olivier regularly used will be put off SHELVE
The setter’s back story prior to university environment MILIEU
Unbalanced team after cut beginning to despair LOPSIDED

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,552 – Dec 21 2020

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A wild boar found in many a wood MAHOGANY
Anger shown by siren, one preying ruthlessly on others VAMPIRE
Arm in arm continuously TOGETHER
Ban for Hungary initially took effect after international PROHIBIT
Biographer of Greek god, endlessly cunning PLUTARCH
Cold drink with favourite item of food CRUMPET
Current doctor, awfully fit DRIFT
Dope test for the nobs? GENTRY
Evident through time OVERT
Explosive device enlisted men put in depot, nervously TORPEDO
Fashionable to rent in bay INLET
Forecast from pair before proclamation PREDICT
Good author of thrillers, I’ll wager GAMBLER
Haughty, staff round university after power PROUD
Honest one struggling to win ONTHENOSE
Intense and very very angry, blowing top VIVID
List including band INCLINE
Make every possible effort in Lorna’s flat first? DOONESLEVELBEST
One who should be able to give better advice? TIPSTER
Pick up Conservative leaflet CONTRACT
Quite possibly raised abroad, a leader of yours IDARESAY
Self-government in order HOMERULE
Sharp reminder PROMPT
Sharp, a group of detectives in charge ACIDIC
Sovereign’s agent in capital sent back EMPEROR
Strange order to a fighter in ring TOREADOR
Subject to endless choice TOPIC
Tabloid’s florid chief REDTOP
This is not what it appears to be OPTICALILLUSION
Very poor writer on African river steamship PENNILESS

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,550 – Dec 18 2020

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Advert over railway for something to eat PUFFPASTRY
Bill the headmaster BEAK
Cinders put on diamonds showing sparkle DASH
Daily withdrawals of liquidity from the banks? LOWTIDES
Driver’s warning was written up as expected FORESAW
Every one of the old revolutionary Southern ways ALLEYS
Gadget that makes space less polluted? VACUUMCLEANER
Gear Ruby argued occasionally is junk GARBAGE
Guardian article used in court worried Republican CURATOR
Haul new plastic nets, getting unexpectedly lucky HEAVENSENT
He wrote notes maybe covering for elder, it’s said BACH
Hold-up requires audacity and impudence BOTTLENECK
Legal case that shows one’s young? PATERNITYSUIT
Lie about switching second test RESIT
Marine guards Queen, returning debt that will grow massively SEQUOIA
Move abroad — good to get away somewhere in the Gulf? EMIRATE
Needing pounds not pence, steals jewellery items LOCKETS
No.1 mounts, kept by trained equestrian in form QUESTIONNAIRE
Orderly officer, that man needs payment! COHERENT
Play in the traffic? STREETTHEATRE
Rash devil dials mistakenly ILLADVISED
Settlement is crowded, we hear PACT
Slough introduced to exotic tango — this goes downhill fast TOBOGGAN
Someone following in Model T, so parked up APOSTLE
Spades or clubs? With two queens one mysteriously makes tricks SORCERER
What may be stuffed in banger, say, before function CARGO
While touring at that time one sees old city ATHENS
Woolly middle in peppers we ate roasted SWEATER

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,548 – Dec 16 2020

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A car spares outlet may have one over a barrel! SILENCER
A meeting about European question is acceptable ADEQUATE
Abandoned in favour of name holding advantage FORSAKEN
Abundance of work in CIA supporting company run badly CORNUCOPIA
Carry out checks on oxygen bar VETO
Collection points for trucks PICKUPS
Course must include permit for game ROULETTE
Drunk cuts meal, finding wine MUSCATEL
Fireplace lined with Ulster stone GRANITE
Fish supplement found in wine from Germany HADDOCK
Go after funds to protect university PURSUE
Hearing of lines, actors may need these CUES
Hospital worker must be tidy ORDERLY
House embracing a new flavour VANILLA
Love to knock back drink and work OPUS
Make a mockery of empty double bed DEBUNK
Make economies? That’s no good! USELESS
Mementos of priest hoarded by Roman Catholic saint RELICS
Person looking for understanding? LIPREADER
Privately owned island in clear-up after resettlement PECULIAR
Put up with no ale being brewed in such a system STANDALONE
Relaxed as Left must have help and support LAIDBACK
Set out to cover unknown infection STYE
Shift capital and run, getting a flyer BUDGERIGAR
Short dictionary (pocket) that used to be kept by the bed CHAMBERPOT
Skeleton few mark or otherwise FRAMEWORK
So-called bank needing help with no limits is nonsense DOGGEREL
Thirty days before gold state’s capital JUNEAU
Tramps with urge to enter drinking establishments BEGGARS
Trouble from Italian blocking a door AGITATE

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,546 – Dec 14 2020 Crossoword Solution

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A high explosive, and yet I’m relaxed DYNAMITE
Agent put away copy REPEAT
Aim always, it’s said, to make an industrious effort ENDEAVOUR
Also fascinated by article on pub acquisition INTOTHEBARGAIN
Broken spades on ground SMASHED
Candid talk in centre — listen with child outside HEARTTOHEART
Employed American press chief USED
Entertain a goddess, one of nine AMUSE
Film best bowler, perhaps TOPHAT
Gangster in house, different mould HOODLUM
Heed military order ATTENTION
Highly decorated knight coming in to make a speech ORNATE
Memorable song from Sam, yet Bogie’s furious ASTIMEGOESBY
Over-sentimental message abridged TWEE
Passage from ‘North and South’ included in feature TRANSIT
Pick up basket lying across hotel mat HEARTHRUG
Quantity carried aboard a Polish destroyer, primarily at sea SHIPLOAD
Quiet nursing home, very small MINUTE
Scathing, series probing a hospital department ASTRINGENT
Second eleven winning after comprehensive instruction given by captain? FULLSTEAMAHEAD
Sit astride rider’s seat holding both ends of tether STRADDLE
Spare the criminal, producing a list of his crimes? RAPSHEET
Tar, substance sealing top of carriageway PITCH
The French female writer heading west for Asian republic NEPAL
Unfit, bent and twisted? OUTOFSHAPE
Use one, about to dish up outside SERVICE
Value placed on right club official TREASURER
Waste beginning to deter Arctic explorer DROSS

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,544 – Dec 11 2020

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Accommodating woman with young man in outskirts of Londonderry LANDLADY
Appeals lacking involvement from church members ARMS
Bad weather visiting these islands and European country UKRAINE
Bad-tempered type of dog, dog men exercised outside university CURMUDGEON
Case involving scam oddly undermining copper in charge ACCUSATION
Cheap unsold books produced by Brexit opponents, around 500 REMAINDERS
Correct instruction to footballer from East-ender? EDIT
Current cricketer finally breaking into Second Eleven STREAM
Drug topic was item repeatedly not covered OPIATE
Expose story, essentially controversial, Greek character rejected UNVEIL
Finishes off impromptu stories, some indeed not new USED
Gallop from Aintree racehorse when mounted CAREER
Good initial main point GIST
Grand operas by Wagner inspiring adult group GATHERING
Heard disgusting group rowing, being profane VIOLATE
Like certain biographies describing North America I rushed out to order UNAUTHORISED
Looking old perhaps, her edgy air is awkward GREYHAIRED
Lucky mascot of Dutch explorer crossing large island TALISMAN
Non-commissioned officer material CORPORAL
Now and again angered by daughter making demand NEED
One always desperate to discover what’s in store? SHOPAHOLIC
One easing tension in crowd over French street uprising MASSEUR
Point crockery’s price initially is lowered CUSP
Spiritual leader, one attending mass before noon IMAM
State tries waiving reforms WESTVIRGINIA
Struggling for idea, as previously mentioned AFORESAID
Style of architecture, one from the southern US GEORGIAN
Transpose heading of case that’s dismissed by judge REORDER
VAT on a musical instrument TUBA
Worker receives small hint before note getting job ASSIGNMENT