The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,688 – Jul 30 2021

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& 18 Well, I declare such a one-party greeting? (3,2,3,4,4) HOWDOYOU
& 19 Down To be clear, you need to mix a little honey in (3,2,2,3,4) LAYITON
& 21 Down Some pop songs Chubby inspired? INROUND
As chiefs of high-powered executive, all disenchanted with base HEADQUARTERED
Body product plugged by recently crowned individual LAUREATE
Chance it: Hero? Rogue? Therein, the choice EITHEROR
Dodge cunningly back through tree-lined avenues EVADE
Driven clear, power away URGED
Grotesque Gorgon’s head, not a thing seen in Plymouth? GARGOYLE
Is this ‘th bst of th bst’? ELITE
Leathers on? Ready to burn! INGEAR
Like carpet that’s threadbare, missing underlay — and yellow NAPLES
Looking over what receives fees for using web chain? CATENA
Moist jackets damaged, yes — check order for books DEWEYSYSTEM
One’s first parts in place of singer VOICE
Personal stockpile’s made 500 years old HOARY
PT Hayes regularly dipped into loaded pickle jars! PHYSICALJERKS
Recluse hard to accept in First Class SOLITAIRE
See 16 Across LIKETHAT
See 3 Down THELINE
See 6 Down NUMBERS
Sluice with resistance — good in bits? WATERGATE
Soul, upfront lairy and ‘learned’, concealing zero intelligence KNOWITALL
South-based reality show introducing northern resident TOWNIE
Thelma & Louise? Maybe, or a video about motorway ROADMOVIE
To prepare for some fiddling, acknowledge the hand one’s given? TAKEABOW
Totally given a hiding, at last INALL
Who’s cowboy hit and killed by? BILLYTHEKID

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,687 – Jul 29 2021

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Afraid, when climbing, to pass over most of fire TIMOROUS
An old word, failing to capture a disorder ANARCHISM
Arcane religious practice involving supporter, not leader RECONDITE
Attractive Royal appearing after cheers TAKING
Audible comment about pointlessness of selling things in blizzard conditions WHITEOUT
Composer giving us a lot of hell? HANDEL
Consumer wanting their own point accepted by channel CANNIBAL
Crossword? Hard work not new GRID
Easily influenced to stay in shot PLASTIC
Farm animal that is eating river shellfish COWRIE
Father with speed identifying Father’s position PAPACY
Fix Maine? Little money there to secure it CEMENT
Flier, not fully fit, seen returning around part of airship ICARUS
Go over suggestion to involve Republican TRIP
Long to suppress most of restraint? That’ll be nice PLEASANT
Make a bet about regulation regarding discharge PURULENT
Moral type keeping a detective back — what’s the cost? PRICETAG
Nothing missing from diva’s performance, say, in spa rooms SOLARIA
Recent British monarchs touring university in high style GRANDEUR
Reporter attending start of week-long strike WHACK
Say nothing over one ignoring a hot dish from the East SUSHI
Second person in Paris coming in to block piece of information DATUM
Shakespeare character, explorer carrying black instrument VIOLADAGAMBA
Soldiers caper, stealing knight’s weapons ORDNANCE
Stone used in wall, say, in brief BARRISTER
Suit line adopted by boys in uniform CLUBS
The Telegraph, say — not alluring in part of Wales ORGAN
Theatre ultimately invested in opening, not ending UNCEASING
This would be wrongly seen as poor in watts, without energy POWERSTATION
Try anything, initially, to escape storm in valley GORGE

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,686 – Jul 28 2021

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Admittedly worked hard having change of heart GRANTED
Attack in Tulsa dispersed by retired South American ASSAULT
Australian state initially provided for orphaned child WAIF
Business Republican will visit within Springfield, perhaps INDUSTRY
Denial of eating nuts individual left unfinished NEGATION
Distinguished bowler briefly is worn by very old composer DVORAK
Encourage doctor to discharge child URGE
Extra from EastEnders broadcast creates excitement FERVOUR
Fashion-obsessed Ivor parading somewhat revolutionary outfits PROVIDES
Forensic evidence found in lodging-house, according to criminal KIDNAPPER
Fruit left behind is something highly prized PEARL
Lively deliveries essentially following start of play ACTIVE
Mint coin, sovereign maybe PENNYROYAL
Note parent admits also supporting more cycling MEMORANDUM
Oddly cheap current furniture keeps being satisfactory ACCEPTABLE
On reflection, son, 24, accepting booing ref regularly is appalling EGREGIOUS
Organ introduction dropped from musical LIVER
Papal authority in Cavan, it disintegrated VATICAN
Point of banquet without starter? EAST
Puts down two vessels, worried over breakages ultimately SUBJUGATES
Religious follower elected to quit order DISCIPLE
Reveal it’s tricky adapting to different tasks VERSATILE
Saw Bill cycle ADAGE
Sound of a French mother, advanced in years UNDAMAGED
Textile worker said to be dreadful DIRE
Upset, unfortunately, about Strictly’s opening dance SALSA
Vacuous types, say, with papers to take up and absorb DIGEST
Watch close to Inuit agitated polar bears PATROL
Where account may be kept of politician’s election slogan? BUILDINGSOCIETY

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,685 – Jul 27 2021

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Animated US boxer on day of victory ALIVE
Baby playing unprotestingly rejecting damaged potty NURSELING
Could be a codger’s final resting place GODSACRE
Direct workers to overlook network military equipment GOVERNMENTISSUE
Disastrously holding court without intermediary DIRECTLY
Doctor consuming end of bought fish STURGEON
Dubious results upset grasping employers USERS
European lands boundlessly managed locking up gold ANDORRAN
Exceptionally vain girl’s instrument VIRGINAL
Fine troubles with a heavy metal unlikely to miscarry FAILSAFE
Fire up revolutionary meeting, including sandwiches IGNITE
Harsh to lop off eel’s head SEVERE
Last one leaving one African country after another to avoid duty MALINGER
More sensitive person making an offer TENDERER
Mostly growing fruit RAISIN
Pleasing feature readjusted any time AMENITY
Resort to put right REPAIR
Retain power with body of troops available in emergency PRESERVE
Row about stray dog TERRIER
Sadly admires small weapons worn in belt SIDEARMS
Some uncle; rich one in religious order CLERIC
Son eager for heavy drinking SWILLING
Stays part of 4 Across? REMAINS
Tall structure producing lofty tolls BELLTOWER
Tedious spell collecting cycled mineral aggregates TIRESOME
Understand price-increase involving brewed ale REALISE
Worn down advantage GROUND

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,684 – Jul 23 2021

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Ambassador behind ceremonial transport HEARSE
Apparently where trap is centrepiece in terrorist attack (2,3,4,2,2) ONTHEFACEOFIT
Becoming fond of rebuke that ousts Left TAKINGTO
Caught cutting ecstasy, say 😉 ? EMOTICON
Closely follow pretence circulating these days SHADOW
Cords for making jumpers fit SKIPPINGROPES
Did groom feign missing tango when touring Spain? PREENED
Drunk embracing the setter has to go on a spree LIVEITUP
Half-hearted regime overthrown, broken by power TEPID
Having more of these, you must want more NEEDS
Hoi polloi split by army regulars, by the way RENTAMOB
Knife found in pub just after midnight? BARONG
Let back in US college for supporting study READMIT
Looking back in some secret rooms RETRO
Make bad blood when reflecting on a quick communication AEROGRAM
Material complaint following infection deaths reported among drivers AFFLUENZA
Maybe Oxford manufacturer is stronger, having exported the first ton SOUTER
Method of choice covering specific period OPERATION
Month to get brown in 45 degrees OCTANT
Mostly mischievous war parties IMPIS
Musicians so-so — bit patchy OBOISTS
One will cut devious histrionics from five onwards? INCISOR
Order to ignore the port? EYESRIGHT
Ripped up vacuous exam over a rhetorical question Erotema
Single nest spotted in run around island TRINIDAD
Unobtrusively ‘discovered’ another oddball heading Question Time ONTHEQT
Waste energy on half-hearted wife MISUSE
Woman’s disgusted about losing Charlie’s delivery of smack KISSOGRAM

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,682 – Jul 21 2021

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A nervous response comes after a question of water AQUATIC
Assumed authority of crew left in case of trouble MANTLE
Badge mostly used by Mensa insiders and musicians ENSEMBLE
Bit of a hand needed to cover singular song PSALM
Campaigned showing signs of nervousness AGITATED
Challenged, became greatly upset TOOKON
Challenges of Haggard confronting obstacles GAUNTLETS
Cheers new methods, ditching bar OVATIONS
Company girl’s long back? DISNEY
Draw analogies with accepting daughter as friend COMPADRE
Drinks cupboards used to store acid, originally ARAKS
Essentially animal sounds in addition ALSO
Exhausted provincial party supporting employment USEDUP
Feudal lord of Chinese dynasty occupying Tien, oddly THANE
Former European politician in split that’s unplanned EXTEMPORE
Getting on track after view across north SENESCENT
Importance of people to have time under doctor MOMENT
Leader of sheep taught under pressure STRAINED
Leather seat wrecked by sweet little child? LAMBASTE
Lectures broadcast on southern baby birds STORKS
Mark on head of horse for leading performer STAR
Millions put on bear image TOTEM
Offered to host wildly excessive dance GAVOTTE
Opposites may be pointed out in a second ANTIPODES
Ring fighter to study enlisted men TOREADOR
Rising price for organic agent? RENNET
Something that may cut advantage? EDGE
Such a bottle best given to person employed in prison SCREWTOP
There’s no end of comfort in amphibian’s intelligence NEWS
Unsuccessful ventures of nameless gaolers of the past TURKEYS
Voracious type from place east of Somerset LOCUST
Vote against bolshie tweeter REDPOLL

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,681 – Jul 20 2021

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A quiet dance introduces each show APPEARANCE
Acceptable excuses given by worker? PLEASANT
Arm muscle — it turns in both directions ROTATOR
Bug requiring computers, etc. to be taken out of service LURGY
Concern among all other people leaving hospital INTEREST
Device for connecting plug, suitable in the place of missing lead ADAPTOR
Disconcerted as a result of broadcast getting cancelled THREWOFF
Drone in America having completed miles THRUM
European knights boasted endlessly about love and honour ENNOBLE
Film takes against leading supporter of the royals MONARCHIST
Former leader of East Germany with English name EDEN
Guy, for example, takes time STAY
Have untold pride in the first instance and confess OWNUP
Hero flounders badly, carrying unknown injury FROZENSHOULDER
In spite of everything, they’re oddly entering a decline AFTERALL
Involving two individuals: a boy in contact with a boy PERSONTOPERSON
Knock back some gin (or generous cocktail that requires it!) NEGRONI
Last three pieces of fresh lamb prepared for butcher’s stand SHAMBLE
Leave old food unfinished EXEAT
Nothing works. My bad! OOPS
Old couple grabbing small space outside OPENAIR
People bragged occasionally about new table ornament EPERGNE
Personalised trial arranged with a demo TAILORMADE
Proposal retained common ground RECOMMENDATION
Rissole obviously contains fat OLEO
Sadly, owls nearly starve without primarily eating rodents WATERVOLES
Team sport organised alongside river, generally FORTHEMOSTPART
Train carriage’s rear section withdrawn by engineers RETINUE

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,680 – Jul 16 2021

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A mass of stuff stuck in the new drier TEACLOTH
Abode that is let out in Berlin daily DWELT
As Thisbe, wanting in essence to be embraced by Pyramus? HETERO
Biologists initially shoot two under naturalist’s ship BEAGLE
Class including Baron and Earl — or aron and arl? NOBLESSE
Cool trick helping to channel lateral thinking? No INCONSIDERATION
Distribute perks, as I do in Alpine lodge? APRESSKI
Dropping by, carry fake receiver EARPHONE
Gently stroke an individual’s back during church memorial CENOTAPH
Given all-clear in air left contaminated with sulphur in urban area TESTFLOWN
Line dancing done before and after maybe reading some poetry RONDEL
Listen in shed: ‘The Lady Vanishes’, ‘Rope’ and ‘The Birds’ on a loop EAVESDROP
Neither first nor last of little eggs developing naturally INUTERO
Novel, the fourth from Truman Capote, on account ACOMPTE
Potted up? INPOCKET
Producer of paper’s got rap several upcoming mentions ESPARTO
Rapid sequencing of notes in comic opera rocked gig ARPEGGIO
Receive knowledge about article of tanner’s making? LEATHERN
Recruitment message on US poster: ‘Way in’ (and out another way) IWANTYOU
Rising GBH can get higher, but lower with one? PUNCHBAG
Succeed in hearing ‘Bye Bye Birdie’? CUTIT
Superficially add nitrates to iron, comprising 25% of diet TOPDRESS
That’s quite a bit of fighting for a cross THWART
Took the advice of Prospero about a shed? LEANTO
Where Latin grammar documents conjugation? RELATING
With tips to swap, might cross hospital lounge? DAYROOM
Woolly goat obscuring turn in road LANATE

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,679 – Jul 15 2021

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A criminal flipped, ruddy willing! PREPARED
Alarm after game’s first shooter GUNMAN
All of dram drunk inside, yes? TOTALITY
Arrest nabbing mob showing bottle? SCREWTOP
Best ran generally around getting divorce ESTRANGE
Bet from jerk never missing odds YANKEE
Bird little upset being eaten by quarry? PEEWIT
Bubbly Conservative bridles CHAMPERS
Church said to produce psalm CHORAL
Close second, second short on time STRICT
Deck hands in old Royal Navy attending ORNAMENT
Doctor on morning rounds AMMO
Drug supplier with speed accepts abuse PHARMACY
Explore excavation obtaining a large gem TOURMALINE
Finished float losing hydrogen OVER
For this reason monster arises ERGO
Get impulse to embrace sweetheart DERIVE
It’s hot on Haiti, maybe causing stress INTONATION
Labour fanatic? WORKAHOLIC
Land round hard, hard area GHETTO
Maybe almost supernatural charm or talisman initially MASCOT
Occasionally Real get large crowd RAGTAG
Pampered and upset without love SPOILT
Perform Shylock perhaps, right to take pound RENDER
President raves, typically about mockery TRAVESTY
Solitary working lavatory’s vacant ONLY
Turning wrong way wears razor sharpeners STROPS
Vow prisoner’s facing time finally before case CONSECRATE