The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,645 – Apr 9 2021

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18 euros FRENCHBREAD
Angry, endless argument causing pain in the heart SORROW
Antony’s apology? MEACULPA
Awfully crumbly hot flan NOTHALF
Cleaner falling over, oops! — carrying something from the butcher’s SHAMPOO
Cuddled by Irish Pat, I perked up — blessed memories! EPITAPHS
Defender with axe and boomerang BACKFIRE
Denounce copper’s inside expert ACCUSE
Described being part of the family RELATED
English flower for each one canvassed CAMPER
Fault-finding ruined the chat before work HATCHETJOB
Get fitter calves, once exercised CONVALESCE
Insect food? GRUB
Install Conservative, in moving scene ENSCONCE
Jack turned out and fought for a lady’s favour JOUSTED
Lot of publicity before unhappy oceanic homecoming SPLASHDOWN
More fancy following golf? It’s long and really slow-moving! GLACIER
Notice in Harlem bar: ‘Goodbye, Prohibition!’ EMBARGO
One making his voice heard via ballot box — nothing odd about that ALTO
Popular viewpoint for new pupils perhaps INTAKE
River creature caught twice eating or on its back CROC
Smashes favourite condiment pots, noisily BESTSELLERS
Spa committee where one might stand before 14? SPRINGBOARD
Spill the beans and stewed kale LEAK
Take care of issue featuring sweetheart and model BABYSIT
Westbound motorway cutting killed a deer maybe ANIMALS
What looks infectious, making you attractive? EYECATCHING
White on top, looking cool! SNOWCAPPED

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,639 – Apr 2 2021

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Apart from bras, underwear being sampled ASUNDER
Aquatic creatures from river involved in slaughter KRILL
Books about advances restricting to reptiles TORTOISES
Cast having hour in drag THROW
Deliverers of fine sprays and wines ROSES
Discuss keeping in son, as one tells all CONFESSOR
Emergency procedure if trial goes wrong AIRLIFT
Excellent banger at Christmas dinner, standard CRACKERJACK
Facing genius penning volume on golf BRAVING
Giant makes public views vocally OUTSIZE
Heading off some time around dusk, not fixed UNSET
I point and yell being unsettled ITINERANT
Inexperienced pair on a jury wanting tips AMATEUR
Land one left to enter river ITALY
Old boy seeming discontented about dog at home hiding OBSCURING
One making living in revolutionary circles? WHEELWRIGHT
Pageantry moving across road for outdoor event GARDENPARTY
Purple and beige urn — a potty AUBERGINE
Relaxed on British craft BLIMP
Reportedly, underground worker’s petty MINOR
Restrained catching stray, if fearful TERRIFIED
Shed yet to receive power for tool’s lead SPILL
Side on settee regularly getting ruffled STEWING
Stop individual wearing very protective screen MOSQUITONET
Tradesperson not so happy to accommodate learner SADDLER
Weed failing to open cask with strong nuts KNOTGRASS
Witness bear feeding beside monarch BYSTANDER
Writes in code to an anarchic group from the East NOTATES

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,635 – Mar 29 2021

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‘Sexy Sadie"s opening — group unknown STEAMY
A series under discussion ATISSUE
Back last nag, not the first ENDORSE
Be enraged about brief attempt to obtain gardening implement STRIMMER
Charge American soldier up in Scottish island ARRAIGN
Compassionate? Lucifer, surprisingly, after mass! MERCIFUL
Criticise Americans accepting order for cigar PANATELLA
Dear old partner, deeply thoughtful EXPENSIVE
European associated with staggering space flight ESCAPE
First of them comment having taken in ad’s distinguishing characteristic TRADEMARK
Funny turn after onset of dizziness DROLL
Gather popular umpire retired INFER
Less breeze, so relax? WINDDOWN
Like one on the wagon missing having can inside ABSTINENT
Meeting female over drink FORUM
Met rep in des res unfortunately portrayed inaccurately MISREPRESENTED
Regret about writer, bankrupt, ultimately REPENT
Row of seats in circle section RINGSIDE
Scattered drives, at the end, on Scottish Open golf course, we hear STREWN
Stone is left in Bolivian city university — large one LAPISLAZULI
Study held by agents backing agricultural machine SPREADER
Term of excellence article applied to jazz fan’s night attire? THECATSPYJAMAS
The French following Rugby Union laws RULES
Tommy watches detectives PRIVATEEYES
Track large lizard MONITOR
Useless person wearing sleeveless jacket JERKIN
Visionary having short time in charge after Vespasian? ROMANTIC
Waste energy in awkward situation SCRAPE

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,633 – Mar 26 2021

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‘Trouble and strife’ should get album maybe — or daughter? DISCORD
A skill to cut delicate material according to taste ALACARTE
A very quick shower? METEORITES
Artist’s following arrived, one holding pictures CAMERA
Bridge — one cad played, church official ARCHDEACON
Egg on show, sandwiching in order PROVOKE
Extremists on Twitter, wound up, went viral TRENDED
Instrument that makes money for the listener LUTE
Make confused commercial — not working, missing an intro ADDLE
Massive water rushes TIDALWAVES
Naughty niece, imp wanting something for Christmas? MINCEPIE
Notices notices put up! SEES
One may be tall and long — stark even, occasionally PINETREE
One wants to join another class and do something in the garden SOCIALCLIMBER
Prepares to fight when invaded by marines ARMS
Show involving servant and soldier PAGEANT
Six-love, with nothing returned — one’s played painfully at times VIOLIN
Some rock and lead, say, have melted and tamely liquefied HEAVYMETAL
Song lifted Solo, spy lacking inside CALYPSO
Sordid play seen off and on — or ignored in this way? ODDLY
Spluttered: ‘Hot and cold running over!’ SPAT
Tasty chops wife devoured with group MOUTHWATERING
Tease about lack of youth and bony frame RIBCAGE
The Spanish leading on opening stretch ELONGATE
This woman’s bit of caramel is salty MELISSA
Unsettling hint admitted in parts by disguised noble DISTINGUISHED
Wealthy upper-class fast to support surgeon’s work OPULENT
Where most of us go at five to eleven? PRIMARYSCHOOL

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,632 – Mar 25 2021

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A band going across Africa and many other places EQUATOR
A little bird, you might surmise, in a passage getting food? GULLET
Bringing diverse people together maybe for a mathematical exercise INTEGRATION
Community of women in Algiers sadly having nothing SERAGLIO
Covering article smuggled aboard by pirate CANOPY
Fish — a bit of food served up TUNA
Holy person drinks nothing — I drink too much SOT
Irritable Charlie, a drop-out CHIPPY
Island offering some music or fun CORFU
King’s one to upset country ISRAEL
Linger endlessly in south coast location HOVE
Moral slip-up first ignored in part of the church? APSE
Old political group ultimately deficient in style OPART
Once again picks up a learner to offer practice REHEARSAL
One making a point, taking the lead? PENCILSHARPENER
One on the up — was model first to be taking off? SATIRISING
Polite padre awkward with ‘flighty’ types LEPIDOPTERA
Snake reached ground, circling round very quietly COPPERHEAD
Space in which a member can feel comfortable? LEGROOM
Spot unruly servant creating trouble at work? STOPPAGE
Tease fellow GUY
Terrible army, one coming down — I’m in a state MARYLANDER
Vehicle meeting arch losing its front — one may be charged CARTRIDGE
Very emotional leader of Conservatives appearing in absurd hairstyle HYSTERICAL
What could be too unfeeling as a worldwide organisation LEAGUEOFNATIONS
Wild ground in home counties offers cover SHEATHE
Woman showing purpose, the first person to get stuck in ENID
Yours truly will entertain poet, being a person of fashion MODISTE

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,627 – Mar 19 2021

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Absence of arrogance is over for inventor EDISON
American acquiring new piece of furniture that’s wobbly UNSTABLE
Ancestry Neil concocted over period of time LINEAGE
Best comedian, half-ignored, left previously OVERCOME
Bet Madonna is disturbed about production’s ultimate cancellation ABANDONMENT
Books penned by a legend, surprisingly becoming involved ENTANGLED
Cheerful under pressure in difficult situation PLIGHT
Coach deportment CARRIAGE
Coin almost cast without gold FLORIN
Discover what sounds like small change in expectation SUSPENSE
Exercise that may be taken daily on way to work? TRAIN
Extend term of imprisonment STRETCH
Family from Nelson possibly joining audience HOUSEHOLD
Forsakes awkward encounters with no end of embarrassment RENOUNCES
Friend defends extremely raunchy southern song, making bloomer CHRYSANTHEMUM
Garment reflecting fashion seen across Northern Ireland TUNIC
Good incentive taken up to employ individual adults GROWNUPS
Increase extent of victory over gutless Dundee WIDEN
It’s natural being part of rowing crew, reportedly INNATE
Last longer than unfashionable sport OUTWEAR
Lenders with plenty travelling in glorious style RESPLENDENTLY
Number given brief training, it’s helpful to climber TENDRIL
Paul occasionally interrupts loud argument in high-pitched voice FALSETTO
PM fine with second-class transportation to America once MAYFLOWER
Repeat charge about corruption PARROT
Starts to dispute Oslo staging European superheavyweight bouts DOSES
Toasts Ivy League university Head of Science BROWNS
Writer on vacation enjoys entertaining child for director ORSONWELLES

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,625 – Mar 17 2021

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Black, and almost identical stuff that’s thrown out JETSAM
Book bingo getting drunk BLOTTO
Daughter needs a face-covering material DAMASK
Detective seen in erotic number CARDINAL
Drive and energy — oddly very low in reverse VROOM
Duck across wet ground keeping nothing for drier TEATOWEL
English journalists going in like this coffee ESPRESSO
European low-fat cream ELITE
Even off, cut and wrap ENVELOP
False modesty mainly protects her, being stifled SMOTHERED
Fuss created by welcoming everybody who should be heard BALLYHOO
Gave an account of losing time for kiss, being laid-back RELAXED
High purpose hurt feelings OFFEND
Is he bred for transport by more remote group at sea? OUTERHEBRIDES
Keep quiet, depressed after tweet PIPEDOWN
Liverpool music venue lacking boundaries, say AVER
Long for free rides across Spain DESIRE
Offensive old boy confronting Number Ten with evidence of debts OBNOXIOUS
People who lived in sin casually INCA
Person looking for opportunities with skipper? WINDOWSHOPPER
Raised support, quietly elated about recruiting son PEDESTAL
Regular church people first to trace old paper PARCHMENT
Sailor fetches butts? TARGETS
Score badly covering hard and unknown piece of music SCHERZO
Skill required in case of demands for game in pub DARTS
Some long, for a change, to adopt international coinage NEOLOGISM
Source of tinny hooter that’s a cause of irritation THORN
Suspect Poles will accept America getting support ESPOUSAL
Wave from student about teatime approximately? Quite the reverse FLOURISH
Wealth of men heartlessly collecting shells MAMMON

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,624 – Mar 16 2021

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After church eat cool, fresh food CHOCOLATE
Angry Greek god turned up SORE
Approaches adult very entertained by balls ADVANCES
Become old, caught in New York office AGENCY
Begin meal gobbling starter in anger LAUNCH
Calm relative with good prayers EVENSONG
Certainly not working when it’s lunchtime? NOON
Criminal isn’t idly crossing court, clearly DISTINCTLY
Critical time to support one chap swallowing alcohol IMPORTANT
Experience the French ship with no relish? TASTELESS
Friend following leaders in London obstinately, yet in a faithful manner LOYALLY
In dire trouble, like in the past RETRO
Is tense leaving communist party SOCIAL
Military volunteers man captured TAKEN
Now in drag, ultimately acting as host PRESENTING
On the way back, teen carefully squeezes spots ACNE
Penny is after china mug CHUMP
Pinch the Spanish coin NICKEL
Rash itching DESPERATE
Relating to a low point in the main? DEEPSEA
Reportedly exercise farm animals EWES
Send me vet and lop off growths Developments
Serviceman flogged, one hears, on a regular basis SOLDIER
Shivering on stairs, one starts a fire ARSONIST
Sob implies travelling is out of the question IMPOSSIBLE
Son, for example, intended to cut out a piece SEGMENT
Take small bird STEAL
Uniform features of missile with air moving across it SIMILARITIES
Usual cat charged around person? On the contrary ACCUSTOMED
What arachnophobe might do when encountering a spider? Make haste! STEPONIT

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,618 – Mar 9 2021

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A weaving machine set up to make money MOOLA
Change design and sit once more REMODEL
Cheer with echo delayed ELATE
Cola nut roasting, cooked and well done CONGRATULATIONS
Cooked and pickled? STEWED
Demand gold, returning flushed ORDER
Driving dangerously in Sierra? Only joking! SKIDDING
Ducks cook gently when lid’s removed, son sees occasionally IMMERSES
Fish left in hat? BLOATER
Gigantic flying creature captures a minute male MAMMOTH
Grace ill, badly suffering from a reaction ALLERGIC
Grim and unhappy maids facing student DISMAL
If you lose this, you won’t know what’s going on THREAD
Learned English: ill-mannered about it ERUDITE
Male (and half male) shellfish COCKLE
Not in right end of queue? That’s weird! OUTRE
Old clothes: a couple of shirts perhaps? DOUBLETS
Outside church, cut and dried PARCHED
Provide food for domestic pet (queen) CATER
Regret having base metal in train RETINUE
Shield nurse carrying a head covering backwards CARAPACE
Ship concealing most of gun, I hear LISTENER
Spice price is steep MACERATE
Stargazing device from earl’s boat rebuilt ASTROLABE
Tanned skin — it’s ecstasy in soapy water LEATHER
Thelma or Ian sheltering a New Zealander MAORI
This is the end of the line, birdbrain! RAILHEAD
Thoroughly searched, charged and then let go RANSACKED
To get this protocol, rearrange a nine-letter code ENTENTECORDIALE
UN tried desperately to enter uninvited INTRUDE

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,617 – Mar 8 2021

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Approach a concert’s chosen location? AVENUE
Article, at that time, on a Greek goddess ATHENA
Bearer of fruit to relieve badly off OLIVETREE
Best old radio receiver part installed in most of these THECATSWHISKERS
Cleaner, very French, where there’s a Gothic cathedral CHARTRES
Clubs in correct order EDICT
Consumer after small women’s knitted garment SWEATER
Disorient prisoner having to integrate CONFUSE
Galley: new timer about to be installed TRIREME
Hard hat accordingly put on SOLID
Having arrived in Cardiff, earl condemned famous university building RADCLIFFECAMERA
Historical object Roman Catholic priest locked inside RELIC
I agree to listen to judge HEARHEAR
Involuntary movement made by tense member of coven TWITCH
Legendary knight’s weapon, auction item LANCELOT
Mount charge again RUSHMORE
Move to stop explosive missile TRIDENT
Pawn ring put on by husband HOSTAGE
Perhaps Vespasian’s mood heading off with enlisted men EMPEROR
Police officer given power within home precinct INSPECTOR
Prize method of learning involving group ROSETTE
Son cutting proper glass object PRISM
Still good, getting hold of Nadal’s first service EVENSONG
Superintendent to check detailed roster sent over CURATOR
The Parisian, good sort, wasted chance LETOFF
Travel document and free ticket left PASSPORT
Walpole, say, in House, ahead of competition HORACE
Where one may see M. Caine performing? CINEMA