The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,447 – Jun 3 2020

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American sweet almost made a hole round fabric TAFFETA
Any character involved in direct payment authorisation? LETTEROFCREDIT
April Fools’ Day or beginning of idiocy from first principles APRIORI
Balanced my crimes out over time SYMMETRIC
Beat a touch upset in dance LAMBADA
Burning coal ends in climate doom, bishop fears occasionally EMBER
Cavity appears in useless bottles SINUS
Claiming a belt fits around most of gut ARGUING
Compound starts to affect me, infecting nerve endings AMINE
Consider old folio trailing poor Yorick’s finale THINKOF
Count half of wall drawings GRAF
Criminal trap con laid in one of four ways CARDINALPOINT
Dangerous to change sides in supper to make room PARLOUR
Goes in search of fashionable holiday boat CRUISESHIP
Heartlessly ruined sketch SKIT
Helpful maxim, not in favour of mood changer AUXILIARYVERB
Key point one found in pub relating to supply of men LOGISTICAL
Lousy rental returns housing Welsh girl NERYS
Misbehave excitedly in audition in place of worship SYNAGOGUE
Motor race among leaders of drivers yesterday INDY
Newton’s overwhelmed by genius somehow succeeding ENSUING
Periodically, 54 times nothing mounts up XENON
Picked up about firm taking on third of executives OVERHEARD
Revolutionised India with box containing hot appetiser BHAJI
Rodent catcher spends little time for employer USER
Something Bob the Builder might do in two different books involving twist BRICKWORK
Struggle with expectation VIEW
Style displayed in cycling lane ELAN
Surrender the result of cows producing more? YIELDUP
What church supporter did in care home? ASSISTEDLIVING

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,446 – Jun 2 2020

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Battling conformity, troubled firm drops top executive TYCOON
Beauty clasping trimmed gemstone trinket BAGATELLE
Chivalrous tale with idiosyncratic feature relating to love ROMANTIC
Choose nursing team members for constant factor ELEMENT
Composition some charlatan ostensibly rejected SONATA
Creation with numerous gaps in book by old author? OPENWORK
Drink from odd sock RUMPUNCH
Evaluates, it’s said, most of plan for border WAYSIDE
French fries costing less? It’s a critical situation THECHIPSAREDOWN
Gifted toughie consuming beer and books TALENTED
In city regularly banning butter NANNY
Incantation when source of danger loses power MANTRA
Lacking in schooling turned out problematic UNTUTORED
Lengthy message, lacking opening, reached conclusion EXTENDED
Mechanical ear’s covered by fleece ROBOTIC
Philanthropist, setter, say, rounds on upset friend now and then DOGOODER
Rarely it can be associated with writing LITERARY
Restrain revolutionary in ranks TIERED
Six tours organised with opera’s principal star performer VIRTUOSO
Small empty township surrounded by marine plant SWEETPEA
Smart figures organised rite in clipped language LITERATI
Something to wear having reported naked flesh? BEARSKIN
Swine decapitated water creature OTTER
Twisted journalist supporting singular gang SCREWED
Undressed football club bigwigs in goals? PURSUITS
Very great age of octogenarian, male, not English MIGHTY
What boy does with toy in nursery verses? RHYMES

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,445 – May 29 2020

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Area hit badly in old province Rhaetia
Artist, stylish, finally resident in Brazilian city CHIRICO
Breathe erratically when swallowing a large hot drink HERBALTEA
Chimney bulge beginning to open — a pain LUMBAGO
Dashing fighter pilots leading search RAFFISH
Favour good stock GRACE
Formidable internet giant with binary exchange — Google’s first AMAZING
From idyllic valley, extremely smart example of comedy TEMPEST
Heartbroken, a mourner clutches charm ENAMOUR
Italian 19ac composed country collection? LATINAMERICA
Journalist meeting public after criticism dropped off FLAKEDOUT
Judge about to release European on the inside REFEREE
Mini career break, ultimately a little tedious IRKSOME
Mostly nutty biscuit CRACKER
National, say, location for operational staff THEATRE
One taking bait on individual cast? REACTOR
Outsider, alternatively one who transfers property ALIENOR
Pick great joke, forgetting the opening CREAM
Planet’s grand projection GLOBE
Retiring foreign character, loose old salt OXALATE
Right to stop crush in Slough MARSH
Runner, girl, not finishing run HARRIER
Shattered stepmother rose thus? SHORTTEMPERED
Son breaking excellent record around the country ESTONIA
Using which one might no longer be distressed HAIRRESTORER
Warmer — presumably not on the peaks? STORAGEHEATER
What’s left for attack following trap NETPROFIT
Who will have dissected a film about allies ANATOMIST

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,444 – May 28 2020

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A less common way to go, using a revolver more or less TRICYCLE
A time to look up where the show is? ARENA
Banish indigestion — take a dose of this and hop SHINDIG
Blue material covers her revolutionary clothing three sons do wear DRESSSHIRT
Bowled over in awful shunt with red vehicle THUNDERSTRUCK
Creature in reservoir coming from the bottom, thousands mutating GNAT
Eccentric queen? CARD
English count disposed to keep in fashion — maybe king and queen cheer ENCOURAGEMENT
Fliers must be strict occasionally with computer things TITMICE
Following seas, moving north, swallow becomes swift to a greater extent SPEEDSUP
Glad plane is reaching time for arrival HAPPYEVENT
Hazy sort of explosion nitrogen’s put down UNCLEAR
Leaving word as to the French boarding pass? On the contrary ADIEU
Limb breaks with one having fallen, getting tender feeling WARMTH
Mania for animation grips that boy in place of Disney? ANAHEIM
Mime involved in spectre’s holy appearance VISITATION
Not willing to take part in skin test at ENT INTESTATE
One gives little squirt split byline VIAL
One’s porridge comes with sweeteners TRUSTY
Petition about northern clerical district bishop backs as real deal BEESKNEES
Pop’s full of ache — start of love, say, an awkward, delicate thing DADDYLONGLEGS
Programme’s opening guest in botched concealing make-up SIGNATURETUNE
Public work is best OUTDO
Put on underwear and ring ENGIRDLE
Shady deposit after changing new money for old DARK
Spit out mock turtle soup lacking substance SPLUTTER
Spoil something amazing that’s done with sage? FEATHERBED
Workers with upper-class roots, not outsiders UNION

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,443 – May 27 2020

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A university type keeping promises is right ADVOWSON
Artist first providing support for military show TATTOOIST
Bit of a walk — Michael’s got his Dizzy maybe following around FOOTSTEP
Ecstasy seen in something magical is diminished WANED
Energy unit developed in UK worth a lot, I fancy KILOWATTHOUR
Hindu asap working out his sacred text UPANISHAD
Holy man in ruin nearby MARABOUT
Indian city in good fortune at the present time LUCKNOW
Investigator longed to be even-handed DETACHED
It may be difficult to make out Schubert’s original slow movement SCRAWL
Italian city’s birds — number with their usual formation coming in GENOVESE
Like something written in prison? PENNED
Lover is aged, ancient ISOLDE
Ma is known to be construed as such — but not pa KINSWOMAN
Nasty President with aim to be ungenerous MEANSPIRITED
No room for litres of red wine? Mark suggests something could be squeezed in CARET
Pet given front position? That’s amazing! BOWWOW
Philosopher thus keeps almost closed STOIC
Pirates in my ship wanting ventilation CORSAIRS
Quivering sound curtailed by singer in novel TRILBY
Revolutionary period with good end but not beginning GERMINAL
Reward for honoured folk is said to be fiddle MEDDLE
Rogue enters region, not a place for amusement? ARCADE
Smallest thing I missed on journey in region down under OTAGO
Somehow disposed of, one part of armed forces disappeared RAFFLED
Sort of belt to employ for holding woman together CAROUSEL
Trading document giving news of decline in high street? SALESSLIP
Very bad cold minimised with spirit — gosh! CRUMMY

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,442 – May 26 2020

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All hands to mow crop CREWCUT
Business given publicity in Herts town TRADING
Clash rocked this African fortress CASBAH
Cooler to decorate with taste ICEBAG
Couturier has a mother for a model DIORAMA
Dependable and firm, moment one departs CONSTANT
German count with King George entertained by topless servant LANDGRAVE
Governess Grey having lost heart matures AGES
Impressive church car halted in crash CATHEDRAL
Indonesian having problem managed after a time SUMATRAN
Investor for show one might be recording ANGEL
Involve English with Latin translated ENTAIL
Italian agreement reversed, by the French, in Ireland? ISLE
Jamaican sectarian overthrows an emperor RASTA
Like some sugar-free drink in boozer? LOCAL
Lively music in island cricket club I love CAPRICCIO
Mineral from old Roman watering-hole CINNABAR
Old order in Dutch royal house ORANGE
Republican doctors denied initial source of stories REUTERS
Second thoughts about Tory party and dole RECONSIDERATION
Student at university in bloom LUPIN
Survive lord who ran to seize power COPE
Suspend setter perhaps guilty in manner HANGDOG
The old man? Strict, bit of a nag PASTERN
Thought to have a first political adviser AIDE
Thus drinking in break on island republic SINGAPORE
Traveller taking responsibility for vanished bird PASSENGERPIGEON
Trouble with one of the taps? HOTWATER
What held up Greek fleet en route to Troy? AEGEANSEA
What thespian finds tough to memorise brings bad luck HARDLINES

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,441 – May 22 2020

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& 23 Across England captain quits after poor scores summarised by this statistic? ROOTMEAN
At different volumes, two tunes go by the book PLAYFAIR
Bishop close to accepting crown off Chancellor, European BERKELEY
Come together, ready to cook? PANOUT
Days, weeks, months passing by TIMES
Extremists will desert EU, old chap RUSSELL
Failure to decide about new uniform again did puzzle Head UNRESOLVEDNESS
Fundamental for business keeping watch chains ALBERT
House number kept under wraps by owner HANOVER
How Helmholtz liked being brought chemists’ notes and other such principles! ELEMENTS
In which Merlin’s mostly enveloped by a little smoke in turn? MAGIC
London station lifts back out of action! EUSTON
Lose waves fixing a new gel for Hooray Henry? SLOANE
Objects of Greek lasses’ fancy when dining on Neapolitan chicken? APOLLOS
Obstructing mum and dad with child? INTHEFAMILYWAY
Part of address that’s ignored? Half of it ATSIGN
Promise jointly kept by law and order? WORD
See 10 Across SQUARE
Stress to newspaper staff it’s me handling scoops IMPRESSON
The setter’s two older relatives climbing mountain NANDADEVI
To let Blair loose without constraints, they must accept it HIRABLE
Town on Thames newly laid out in east? South! STAINES
Two 23s Brock’s found here? SETT
Unbearded ducks shot in low season marinaded AWNLESS
What priest might deliver en route back from Las Palmas? PSALM
What’s learner doing now? Language LATIN
Wicket! That is Broad, superlatively! WIDEST
You shouldn’t have high-fliers broadcast Islamic divorces TALAQS

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,439 – May 20 2020

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‘Doctor’ in academic role wanting one connected with Labour promoted CHARLATAN
‘Nothing exists’ encapsulates the core of this mindset primarily NIHILISM
Backing up data is main source of income after line’s cut ARCHIVING
British bear with Resistance money man BURSAR
Convoluted exit raised by leader of Ukip in high places TORTUOUS
Copyist, having removed margins, limits data form IMITATOR
Current queen is not commonly brief ACQUAINT
Denied relief in the pursuit of profits GAINSAID
Depressed broadcaster’s wretched and precipitate descent DOWNPOUR
European Right working to curb unreasonable desire ROMANIAN
Examination always covers subject associated with specific country NATIONAL
Feminine commercial’s causing rages FADS
Foreign capital swelling Conservative vote in dramatic finish CLIMAX
Former college student dons understood in various languages POLYGLOT
Get into a panic over sailor’s fare FLAPJACK
I run away from criminal suspect with hostile attitude INIMICAL
Male lead swapping parts of Charlie and good man in racy vehicle STOCKCAR
Material beginning to confirm reporter’s suspicions CHINTZ
Miss first half of game for children’s activity SKIPPING
People charged with financial matters answer idiotic summons in distress AUDITCOMMISSION
Perhaps fragmentary portrait is of prophet MOSAIC
Person that addresses tips to improve one’s work ORATORIO
Revolutionary new independent school is up and running INTRAIN
State backing leads to new guns for unconventional way of fighting KUNGFU
Tiresome nanny I almost got sacked ANNOYING
Trappings of office I gain unexpectedly after getting elected head of school INSIGNIA
Universities accepting students content to play around is not normal UNUSUAL
Vehicle certainly requiring good skill to corner? GOKART
Women’s Institute not involved in broadcasting work SONG

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,438 – May 19 2020

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Attractive deer fed fish I reeled up KISSABLE
Capital of Lithuania seeming obvious initially, looking back OSLO
Compass point located in storm RANGE
Cream and fish for preservation PICKLING
Criminal erring, I assert, with street cordoned off — it’s an offence RESISTINGARREST
Dip in noise when busy, then problem returns HUMMUS
Drunk, pretty even TIGHT
Given yellow card, action due to be reviewed CAUTIONED
Grasping tail in dark, beware rat that’s mistaken for mole BREAKWATER
He painted beings, terrestrial and otherwise MANET
Illicit indulgences coming out after leader in government sacked UNLICENSED
Lay down rubbish, burying uranium at bottom of dump STIPULATE
Little bit sweet TRIFLE
Look on computer key for star ALTAIR
Person on hunger strike, quite possibly, abandoning a West Country city EXETER
Poor language principal has avoided, well-bred chap INDIGENT
Prepare cooking here, putting in some corn REHEARSE
Primate certainly cloned? AYEAYE
Root out food GRUB
Salt: a sailor with too much to bear? GLUTAMATE
Sleazy date with daddy after vacation SEEDY
Start delayed as weather nasty, originally DAWN
Strap that’s testable when travelling? SEATBELT
Tea chest wheeled over for meditation centre? CHAKRA
Tongue inserted into four dumplings URDU
Unfortunate lad held by gangs in arid region BADLANDS
Vegetarianism at last! Diet — like this? MEATLESS
Welcomed by mugs, auditory technology that’s mechanical ROBOTICS
Woolly pack covers dressing for arm FLINTLOCK