The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,577 – Jan 19 2021

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Accept as true current bookkeeping entry ACCREDIT
Attack Times Educational Supplement? SETABOUT
Bob wrongly directed to turn off motorway SLED
Casual visit around centre of Liverpool STRAY
Chapter on poet I had heard to be discerning CLEAREYED
Cost to support club is steep MACERATE
Formal letter penned by GP, perhaps close to family DRESSY
Gutless Italian flees power, replaced by a female offering wealth AFFLUENCE
Ministry convinced originally to abandon recycling, not popular somehow CLERGY
Mum, enthusiastic about religion SHINTO
One time alarm goes off and it’s unimportant! IMMATERIAL
Piece of sculpture, as on show in grounds REASONS
Poker hand has scope to produce serious drama Straightplay
Remarkable design always is enthralling SIGNAL
Revel in paper omitting article by unknown ORGY
Revolutionary piece, oddly ignored during subsequent musical performance RECITAL
Ruin party held in college garden, turning up discontented UNDOING
Small step that blocks launching parliamentary bill’s introduction Firstreading
Snooker player might do this and avoid row, reportedly MISCUE
Soldiers getting rebuked for bloomer ORCHID
Stardom regularly attracts university graduate, gloomy old singer TROUBADOUR
Summarise chronological context of Soviet Union era? PRECIS
Trials of some paint rearranged around two separate times TEMPTATIONS
Uncommon to see panic gripping Conservative SCARCE
Unpredictable retired celebrity having blown top visiting Morecambe, maybe ERRATIC
Very good ale one European leaves, not drunk SOBER
Worried start of cushy job is being delayed INSECURE

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,572 – Jan 8 2021

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Active hospital joiner available ONHAND
Agreed about shindig’s second round: Jack’s shout AHOY
American high-flyer stimulated both ears with Tamla hit, endlessly AMELIAEARHART
Basin where group of local schoolchildren dwell CATCHMENTAREA
Bird hurt right wing in flight entering this ground MARSHTIT
Clash of cat and dog outside related to squall? ACTOFGOD
Did fell runner in SW start to drop chasing European? POLEAXED
Film loch, light-brown colour HAZEL
Fit entertainer wearing gold suit on vacation ADJUST
Fitting more singers around church CHOICER
Happened to live on upland tract BEFELL
Held posture, square bashing around Lincoln ARABESQUE
Here’s Austin Ten, with original seat covering TEXAS
Inside pottery, Len employed cloth TERYLENE
Karl’s route perhaps about to change, Aachen regularly avoided AUTOBAHN
Leader quits authority after teacher promoted — it’s ludicrous RISIBLE
Maybe Illingworth put on Boycott’s sunscreen? RAYBANS
Occupying, say, junk yard with Yankee knocked out by a stink ABOARD
Oliver Twist’s first disturbing term as workhouse cleaner? DOLLYTUB
Optician using eye-test chart gave this instruction and went up the wall? SEETHED
Pest in this state who once roamed over half of garden yard HUNGARY
Revolutionary artist thanks museum exhibiting cyber-image AVATAR
Small judge who features in agricultural show? SHEARER
Sort of talk on characteristic of Hampstead politician TEDHEATH
Spray, where two rivers meet, is an aesthetic thing (5,1’3) OBJETDART
Sunbathe reported, revealing foreign language BASQUE
Tennis star rubbing shoulders with learners? Absolutely ASHELL
Walter applies switchblade that’s repeatedly gutted fish WRASSE
Wet course at La Manga where old spoon used? GAZPACHO
You score fifty times, succeeded and left THOU

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,571 – Jan 7 2021

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A guide saving good person in danger ATSTAKE
Bugs over periods found under top of bin OBSESSIONS
Cattle turned eyes, rejecting bears JERSEY
Clear judge after getting caught for larceny originally EVACUATE
Corrupt power ending struggle WARP
Dog brush, perhaps TAIL
Eccentric quiet about a feasible formula EQUATION
Empty seat by plane passage in flight STAIRWAY
Farmer’s current fad — invested in spun sugar trial AGRICULTURALIST
He painted abstract cole tit, taking over area in Bali BOTTICELLI
Headwear and neckwear, they’re used regularly BOATER
It’d be bolder investing this fortune in pier LUCK
Light waves from slits covering staff not ordinary RIPPLES
Mix of alcohol in function before church COALESCE
One representing skill in darts, fun sport DISPLAY
One waiting at end of line left in fury ANGLER
Opinion of article on golden year THEORY
Pages spring on adult, liberal individual doesn’t interfere LEAVESWELLALONE
Reduced coral at sea for marine inhabitant ORCA
Returned e-books in French subject SERVILE
Scabs of footballers tackling rest opening in eruptions STRIKEBREAKERS
Shattered toddler with a ted, who is fast asleep DEADTOTHEWORLD
Shun European school partners ESCHEW
Timid look on learner cutting wood YELLOW
Trouble from rugby back, male covered in sweat TURMOIL
Unforeseen, spin backfiring for minister CHANCELLOR
Vagrant deliberates dropping rank food EDIBLES
Woman in Bonn, Germany, controls half-hearted scammers FRAUDSTERS

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,570 – Jan 6 2021

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Agent for landlords, perhaps, one writes MANOFLETTERS
All agree bursar regularly ignored means of calculating ALGEBRA
Arsonist is more worthless LIGHTER
Banish former partner on French island EXILE
Big tree in the main including endless ring SEQUOIA
Cover pan with a lid, almost producing snack JACKETPOTATO
Create puzzle again when one prepared earlier lacks power RESET
Culinary classic of Dr Law? WALDORFSALAD
Excellent sauce TOPPING
Former PM embraces something ludicrous in elevated style MAJESTY
Group with common interests in online post? NETWORK
If returned, Democrat to be elected leader of government that’s wriggling FIDGETING
Independent horse crosses middle of rough river first INAUGURAL
King becomes husband in merry cycling verse RHYME
More elegant author loses head over unknown one RITZIER
More than one relation in militia rises unexpectedly SIMILARITIES
Opening for executive with routine career, coming over for training NURTURE
Preference for the best space around settled island ELITISM
Questionable debts after American friend goes west DUBIOUS
Restrained, therefore drink half-heartedly SOBER
Sailor, hurt leaving home, swore to give up ABJURED
Spades placed in long row DISPUTE
Spicy quip edited by soldier PIQUANT
Starter opposing late beginning of Oaks ANTIPASTO
Theatre accepts indication of alternative reservation STORAGE
Trouble after noble fails to end swagger BRAVADO
What cat might say to American encouragement IMPETUS
Where bucks get wasted? STAGNIGHT

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,567 – Dec 31 2020

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Ancestry factor over time without evolution’s ends PARENTAGE
Blanket lover allows covers OVERALL
Comes home hard up almost purchasing vase RETURNS
Consumed by fear, mad illogical creature ARMADILLO
Curses employing new tirades RANTS
Demanding English team win round noon EXIGENT
Display rogues’ gallery capturing rogues’ leader DEMONSTRATE
Endless haul only found in quiet tomb MAUSOLEUM
Followed around, right? Followed around TRAILED
Headlong plunge PRECIPITATE
Muscle which turns either way ROTATOR
Overture from, say, having love for sweetheart PROPOSITION
Passes on something to send initially POSTS
People waiting for people playing tennis? SERVERS
Plunder settlement applying pressure for victory PILLAGE
Politician made progress stifling Republican CAMERON
Pound found inside drawers NICKER
Prints pounds STAMPS
Rogue natural hair put up RUFFIAN
Rubber Soul’s intro in time with Queen ERASER
Scare off Bambi perhaps taking Thumper’s head DETER
Size of certain chaps in flesh MEASUREMENT
Strips going up for bed SLEEP
Taught trust to friends, oddly TUTORED
Top one provides decoration for policeman? OFFICER
Wedding tackle saved for bride? TROUSSEAU
Where French novel about caught denouement OUTCOME
Woods giving warning approaching second tee FOREST

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,563 – Dec 23 2020

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Article in paper that’s reinforced fake news? CANARD
Beat giant up — lady will lose heart in a discernible way TANGIBLY
British member of parliament’s vessel BOWL
Condition agitated mouse, scratching tail close to domestic cat ACCUSTOM
Condition motor with group of drivers providing new exterior ANGINA
Dictator’s related to military officer in court MARSHAL
Dull university officer provided dons beastly accommodation STULTIFY
Fare also included in travel pass avoiding terminal VIANDS
I’m surprised adding two variables is ill-defined HAZY
In the middle of brief period beset by anxiety AMONGST
Its broadcast leads to convulsions of mirth SITCOM
Letter from two boys around New Year LANDLADY
Maintenance precluding any cover for vehicle LIMO
Member has trouble nursing sick creature ARMADILLO
Nitrogen and oxygen being present in bends is causing drowsiness NARCOSIS
Non-governmental organisation left in Africa after evacuation here? ANGOLA
Opening feature reviewed book about king getting cross DOORKNOB
Order to avoid popular meeting place JUNCTION
Partial information in support programme using American not English PROPAGANDA
Quoting farewell chorus to the audience ADDUCING
Radio broadcast island briefly receives is prone to gaffes MALADROIT
Remove summary having little practical use ABSTRACT
Rule allowing several matches in school yard introduced by old institution POLYGAMY
Sack lousy tutor using over-complicated approach TORTUOUSLY
Serpent is working in Canada following reshuffle ANACONDA
Shape stone drinking vessel, holding end of chisel? SCULPT
Spirits finally crushed by curse JINX
Tomb regularly made use of pine box OBLONG
Volume associated with circle equals size associated with volume QUARTO
Work around ‘Liberal Elite’ essentially blocking prime minister’s appealing strategy? POPULISM

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,561 – Dec 18 2020

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Ape’s grabbed an awning CANOPY
Eagerly anticipating afters, always very inspired rolls REVVEDUP
Elbow grease? That’s evident! OVERTOIL
Go to M&S and enter skirmishes here? DEPARTMENTSTORE
Hearty chap, rather comical — not today’s leading light? CARDIAC
Hide 80% of bust SKIN
Islamic college recycled drama with it MADRASA
Loaded up, sternward through southern strait, then heading off OPULENT
Look round racecourse to follow developments KEEPTRACK
More than one dream destination resembles the Flying Dutchman? NEVERNEVERLANDS
Narcotic one’s cutting up, about to fill order OPIUM
Newsgroup inductees energetically screening CID out USENET
Opera’s eponymous character the driving force in Carmen? AIDA
Please exercise duck DOUSE
Present drawers? REINDEER
Pulling strings, Republicans join the jet set GOPLACES
Recently delivered feeding line on a talk-show? NEONATAL
Red Sea Commander MEDOC
Second rogue caught in one rapid movement SACCADE
See, then bribe, fruit supplier DATEPALM
The old lizard’s in love, subservient to daughter DINO
Throw out Conservative stowed in the back of the plane EJECT
Up they go in summer, down they come in winter SKIERS
V, when displayed in Europe, aces ignored PEACESIGN
Waiving fine if champion racer orbits earth SIENNA
When Mother’s prodded by son and Father appears, see 1 Diagonal XMAS
With element detailed, Curies finally spoke RADIUS
Wrongly attended a baddie AIDEDANDABETTED
Zhivago’s man, missing dad, initially keeps bones STERNA

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,559 – Dec 16 2020

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Academic boss, 26 STUDIOUS
At end of journey posh fellow escaped GOTOFF
Behaviour of enamoured drunk DEMEANOUR
Bishop of Exeter not half cunning EXARCH
Expression of annoyance with France’s leader spiking plan DRAFT
First person brought in to promote female author SEWELL
Front of stronghold occupied by soldiers each year FOREPART
Group of slaves given heartless greeting before endeavour HELOTRY
Grumble about horse chasing fox CHUNTER
Guarantees for young lady with inner energy PROMISES
Happy families maybe worry about daughter going to school CARDGAME
In Paris we turned back with two thousand in rally SUMMON
Like some wood or like some rock found at bottom of lake LIGNEOUS
Long-distance travellers in camp seen misbehaving SPACEMEN
Made fish crumble, being very hungry FAMISHED
Old platter of fish King’s tucked into — and Queen TRENCHER
Pollutant from blaze enveloping yard FLYASH
Pose with mouth snarled in violent movie SHOOTEMUP
Poverty as blemish on Cambridge? SCARCITY
Put in a new chair perhaps in auditorium or reception RECEIPT
Swoon and weep endlessly when meeting sweetheart KEELOVER
Two mothers and demanding girl? MADAM
Vacillate when having to entertain two females WHIFFLE
Water creature beginning to plod, getting stuck in ground TERRAPIN
What’s evident in fifty bactrian camels and asses CHUMPS
When in trouble, first subtly seek gestures of affection BUTTERFLYKISSES
Withdrawal of support given to Bangor locality BACKDOWN

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,557 – Dec 11 2020

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‘We’re doomed!’ Mainwaring — at last, Fraser finally opens drinks GONERS
Bank statement initiating planned cash withdrawal? STICKEMUP
Brood about hard faith lessons in Jewish period TISHRI
Crowd travelled by car DROVE
Diner eating a source of rocket? LAUNCHER
Dirty, gutless, threatening regime DYNASTY
Extremely smart guide backing number one by council worker? STREETSWEEPER
Film Martin and Robin et al THEBIRDS
Forbidden flutter about horses, two in 2nd and 3rd places TABOO
Issue over plan in which event should occur TIMEFRAME
Lungs Adam trained before start of individual medley SALMAGUNDI
Made move, swapping sides in plot BREW
New rising-generation politician expressing denial NEGATORY
Old architectural engineers initially adopting small imperial measurements for heating facility OASTHOUSE
One capturing potentially first class likeness UNIFORMITY
One puts up English clergyman ERECTOR
Oscar classifies trees ORANGES
Paper getting more sarcastic about Rolling Stone DRIFTER
Patrician talker regularly a pupil of Plato ARISTOTLE
Philosopher once a good-hearted cad HEGEL
Pleb chatted freely about it in fierce set-to PITCHEDBATTLE
Praise fourth man guarding garrison SETFORTH
Run into husband with wife that is plain PRAIRIE
Third person singular I utter about first TERTIUS
Two little animals raised another DIKDIK
Unlimited trading hit rock bottom NADIR
Very angry squire fully absorbed IREFUL
Wow! Red Guard oddly dismissed EGAD

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,556 – Dec 10 2020

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… coarse stuff from Dick? EMERY
… stupid clothier I sacked for snigger CHORTLE
… the same as found in the middle of ‘Plague’ IDEM
1 Across’s starter borne by salver, reportedly? ENTREE
About pain-free, though not pleasant CHARMLESS
Actors’ alien manner of speaking … MUMMERSET
Artless comeback of Milan ‘Aida’ crashes rather ARCADIAN
Barney undercuts flat for claimant PLAINTIFF
Completely enthusiastic about gripping old-time … INTOTO
Conclusion of ordinary and chaotic game OMEGA
Crowning achievement of townscape — rebuilt after taking week off CAPSTONE
Disturbance on tip producing catalogue of tasks TODOLIST
Echo for Kelvin in production of Mack the Knife? MACHETE
Hand signals one exchanged with ace making approach TACTIC
Jacket — flash! — on Romeo … BLAZER
Left harbour with stern intact? UNDOCKED
Main part of island is under lake and extremely wet in the west LEWIS
Maybe estate gets swiftly into case CARAPACE
Minor point involving Shakespeare’s origin and existence ESSE
Miss fantastic dame, prior to month with her in Paris MADEMOISELLE
Moderate muscles on point, getting certain discomfort ultimately ABSTINENT
Mostly seek out sweetbreads, mixing stuffing BEDSTRAW
Plan with detachment DRAFT
Rapturous 19 — ‘e’s in a whirl! ECSTATIC
Spot the sharp end PINPOINT
The ‘Fledermaus’ in Battenberg, for one, is effortless APIECEOFCAKE
Trains in Alaska perhaps, heading north, cease to run DRYUP
Usually last in the bar to dine in support of refurbished pub UPBEAT
With bear on the turn, holler! WHOOP
Worn-out disc I brought into operation EPUISE