The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 19 2018

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About Nijinsky, possibly, without the Spanish gentlemanCABALLERO
Accommodating the last word on Bale being transferredAMENABLE
Amateur working on Sunday’s brew of a dryer aleLAYREADER
Animalistic noise beginning to bedevil our localNEIGHBOUR
Article supporting publicity or thanks respectivelyPRORATA
Bar horse restraint? Nothing in itLOUNGE
Can East block West’s early showMATINEE
Caution: oil spill in resort causing mirageOPTICALILLUSION
Clean up in this with a book in display leftWASHBOWL
Coastal rock climber wanting Accident & Emergency to get stitched?SEWED
Cockney’s three-piece with half missing? Blow it!WHISTLE
Colourless, odourless, tasteless ingredient turning up in linguini taleggio?GELATIN
Discordant energised vocal is contemporaryCOEVAL
Doing nothing out of order — it’s part of Australian natureDINGO
Enlarge crackers for big cheeseGENERAL
Fallen out over name for blarneyFLANNEL
Fruit in oddly fey sculptureEFFIGY
Girl sounding like a needy childMIMI
Happy as Ma Jarrett’s boy meeting his fate? (2,3,2,3,5)ONTOPOFTHEWORLD
Look out for identity in moulding that’s ellipticalOVOID
Make a hash with duck in medium serving after carvingMISGOVERN
Newmarket worker maybe in firm with rowdy uprisingSTABLEBOY
Rock drummer’s habit revealed dark side?MOONSCAPE
Rocky ignobly in need of oxygen facing US fighter with a sneerGIBINGLY
Smear in unfinished book promo?BLUR
Stop idol celebrant’s intrusionDOLCE
Talk drunkenly and suck up, not quietlySLUR
Up to eighteen AA members aim to be thisTEETOTAL
Wicked elements in thoughts in full flowSINFUL
Work stopping the setter’s sulkMOPE

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 18 2018

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Before bedtime, a short agreement drawn up after closeNIGHTCAP
Big fish all right in the morning after getting upMAKO
Brain extracted through the ears?MIND
Case of dramatist screening very long showDEPICT
Comfortable position with bloomers full of thorns?BEDOFROSES
Dancing on air, old studDOORNAIL
Dodgy ear — regret cold in headDIRECTORGENERAL
Encourage and kiss people in juvenile competitionEGGANDSPOONRACE
Fashion design safe, criticise company slowing down after recessionPETERPANCOLLAR
Fifty tucking into feast, ten almost finished French stewBLANQUETTE
Foe not taking sides in prayer?ANTI
Grand, a dish of cold vegetables cut for curry pasteMASALA
Hymn — piece stealing heart in Bangkok, if one Siamese, say?MAGNIFICAT
I’m top? That’s wrong — I’m not sure topOPTIMUM
Land in effect over seaDOMAIN
Maximum number covered by hospitalHEIGHT
Miss scored, reportedly?MAID
Mole exaggerated punctures with acne, say?SPOTTY
Movement of current part inspired, I think, on reflectionTIDERIP
Movement of hip on bandaging little bone — items for suturing might be seen herePINCUSHION
One cutting down to size a couple of males held by judge?TRIMMER
One may be in charge of reachingANAGRAM
One’s present at presentATTENDER
River bird, one on the radio perhaps?DEEJAY
Smart being gripped by a good book? On the contrary, losing the plotCHAOTIC
Something funny, perhaps, left in stewTAGLINE
Stab from behind in openly criminal study of feloniesPENOLOGY
Where ‘RIP the compiler’ shall be writ, never!OVERMYDEADBODY

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 14 2018

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A ‘shady agent you previously used in plot, looking sinister?BEADYEYED
Adult travelling by trains where flights are restrictedAVIARY
Angrily say ‘Get knotted!’SNARL
Basic measurement on mass tendency not to reactPHLEGM
Coarse one leaves like a swift runnerHARSH
Earthen pot with snapper baked in the centreCROCK
Epstein’s fifth Beatle, protecting kid with own goal? That’s up, but not for debateNONNEGOTIABLE
Female servant was passively appalled according to reportLADYSMAID
Fine raised after one chews gumKOALA
Foreigner’s good for English to get into a rowALIGN
Four-day span delaying a monument?STATUE
Fruit article stuffed with crumbsACORN
Heavy tread marks in braking effect?STOMP
I’m off abroad, i.e., unwinding somewhatADIEU
It should be taken in cold light of day, but not 12 o’clock or 1:30?SUSHI
Oblique hit with tip off long pointed weaponLANCE
One radical answer to stop clever men and beat regulatorDEFIBRILLATOR
Papal letters bishop cut backBREVES
Perhaps a relic from defunct campsite areaEXTENT
Prequel to Little Women would be about this paradeMARCHPAST
Say Man About the House is origin of Three’s Company in simulationSITCOM
Secret police not finished with husband, put awaySTASH
Soft and luxurious?PLUSH
Someone copying book in collection — cheaper edition?PAPERBACK
Somewhere to park son before walkSPACE
Son keeping backward type of person under wraps?LAGGED
That’s something on lowest instrumentCORNET
They’ve been around married daughter escaping apocalypseMENOFTHEWORLD
Twig what’s inside stockings?OSIER
When everything should go swimmingly, encase with all careCLEARANCESALE

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 13 2018

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Bow during church receiving nothing in returnINCLINE
Capital place for drink knocked back before timeRABAT
Climate not hot after summer’s start? Wear thisSWEATER
Copper works without energy, accepting small dutiesCUSTOMS
Cover the woman with two articlesSHEATHE
Cross, they’re oddly bitten by mosquito?INTERSECT
Dainty little maiden keeping time in form, perhapsSWEETMEAT
Divine being divine, outlandish replacing superiorGODDESS
Enduring endless bother over iron girdleSUFFERING
Expert cineaste finally comprehending rubbish filmACETATE
Frank is ruthless for EastEndersARTLESS
Guarded in dock, brought up, then executedPOLICED
Heath area trailing grass east to westERICA
Hollow veins in cerebellum’s coveringINSINCERE
Is it possible for me to get warm?AMIABLE
It’s worst to embrace sweetheart’s attackBESET
Lounges of first-class people being announced?IDLES
Officer shoots back, engaging hard forceSHERIFF
Play patienceTOLERANCE
Rats on beam held by stakesBETRAYS
Rotating mechanism for fansTURNSTILE
Rows could create sound of cryingTIERS
Sexy curvy character including sex, initially?HOSTESS
Shy around this person, gripped by American quibblerCASUIST
Singular Scottish ‘tut’ assuming a point about EnglishSASSENACH
Standing in front of auction making offers, disheartenedABIDING
Starts to slough hard exterior, discarding skinSHEDS
State again specifically limiting train’s highest speedITERATE
The French revolting in disorder, European getting crossSALTIRE
Vegetable like empty pea — sweet tipsASPARAGUS
Willowy thing is more blushing, toplessOSIER
Your destiny may be in these hands!TAROT

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 12 2018

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Being church musician, mass preferred to last pieceORGANISM
British couple from Rome hiding kilo in costumeBIKINI
Cold beer first — one Guinness so handledALEC
Country seen in alternative light after monthMOTHERLAND
Deny Blunt’s smuggled dope from the EastABNEGATE
Found pleasure going topless — mad to turn up insideESTABLISH
Free programs run, brought in encrypted as we hearSHAREWARE
French article put forward case: right to leave unionLEAGUE
Frost not a great poetHORACE
Given life, losing heart after temporary release rejectedLIABLE
Kid held by inspector put away for attackDIATRIBE
Lesser gorgons holding back another fierce womanOGRESS
Location of underwater activity miles after sign for dockingAQUARIUM
Lower class corruptly use bungsSUBGENUS
Man abroad grabbing at politicianSENATOR
Pedant and stoic clash violentlySCHOLASTIC
Prospect with men vacating isthmusPANAMA
Recovered gambler?BETTER
Ruled out old notion about daughter having diedEXCLUDED
Sea advanced to claim river and harbourMARINA
Shake from second-hand milk dispenserSHUDDER
So-called priest has to tear round all the timeREVEREND
Soul beat wild and perfectABSOLUTE
Stop and arrest when finding missionaryBARNABAS
Sulphur removed from Salisbury plantARUM
Supporting female scientist crossing river from the southCARYATID
Swan for one and others finding peaceREST
Sword cutting more flesh from this?CLAY
Tomb about to be seen by Pound coming into city churchCROMLECH
Tree forced flat to sprawl among scattered pearsESPALIER

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 11 2018

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A fine time at hotel? There’s consequences!AFTERMATH
A glazed fabric put round plantERICA
Ambitious person’s gamey promotional leafletHIGHFLYER
Aquatic bird, funny-looking alien gullGALLINULE
Archaeopteryx maybe was one that caught nematodes?EARLYBIRD
Disconcert upper-class swell turning up firstPUTOFF
Doddery old chaps going in to get accommodationLODGEMENT
Evasive behaviour of company head about yenCOYNESS
Expose extremely uncommon pretextUNCOVER
Fat whiner given facelift might become so very slimWAFERTHIN
Film Chemical Engineer introduced into a galleryACETATE
Food from Italy in vehicle before start of deliveryVIAND
Funny when Jack leaves mince pieOCULAR
General survey done — into German car, that isOVERVIEW
Joined place of higher learning following international educationUNIFIED
Lines husband may like but with no marginsHAIKU
Litter of unlimited beds in convalescent homeSEDAN
Maintain pressure with troops available in emergencyPRESERVE
Native American large lobster trapCREEL
Nonsense served up supporting almost adequate notional lineEQUATOR
Overwhelmed operator requisitionedOPPRESSED
Parts of chicken wings perhaps rejected in epicurean lunchULNAE
Person taking part in hospital department harangueENTRANT
Plastic laminate having as function glass replacement?FORMICA
Pulley that moves sideways, but not at firstIDLER
Releases peacekeepers with army unit — a thousand for powerUNCORKS
Remained in good health mostly in empty desertDWELT
Romanians reconstructed small republicSANMARINO
Something exceptional in skirt topless divas modelledRARAAVIS
What’s over one’s head? Hat’s upside down in Yorkshire river!AIRSPACE
Year with disastrous slide in outputsYIELDS
Young royal repeated expression of disapprovalTUTTUT

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 7 2018

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Appeal forces landowner to regenerate part of EssexSAFFRONWALDEN
Around summer, fifty per cent failed medical aid class overseasMIDDLEAMERICA
Be unable to stand trial after sighting of ParisianDETEST
Bottomless spirit and French wine belonging to a medieval houseANGEVIN
Celebrity and girl briefly turned up where heavenly bodies are seenSTARMAP
Couple rejected stuffing in case that’s supremely flashyLOUDEST
Crossed lines occurring in traditional housingTRAVERSED
Crouch, heading in third, smothered by most of teamSQUAT
Data PC stores about police regularly receives approvalCOOKIE
Fox almost seizes turkey, one of a certain ageTRIASSIC
Gnasher’s still at centre of tomfoolery in the comicEYETOOTH
Gypsy returned to harbour pub, having a jarAMPHORA
Impudent person putting slug on dressingSAUCEBOX
It’s a pleasure no former volunteer exaggeratedNOTATALL
Kitchen assistant perhaps glazes terrine partlyZESTER
Maintaining beat in midsection, busker hummedSTANK
Mirror writer’s extremely immature, penning useless articlesIMITATE
Norwegian, American, German and Japanese currencyAMUNDSEN
Part of face one should start jeering? HooterJOWL
Person to whom work and play are the sameDRAMATIST
Potter makes this error — green spilled over, and blue ultimatelySLIPWARE
Reason why broadcast is shown on hospital computers etcSANITY
Repeatedly note currents swirling in lakeTITICACA
Second question about folio one posesSHOWOFF
Stream learners attending religious classRILL
Study news written in revolutionary languageCHEYENNE
Swapped ends when using ragged garden toolDIBBER
Sweary vagrant in chippy?SAWYER
Type of school’s right-wing recruitment slogan?BEACON
Working for retirement, mum gets Happy MealNOSHUP

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 6 2018

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… shaking bits of anatomy, very nearly without exceptionTOAMAN
Being from newspaper perhaps is source of misanthropyORGANISM
Chaplain oddly climbs to top of larch treeLILAC
Communication with soldiers in camp conveys orders from aboveTENCOMMANDMENTS
Cushion blow at first — each dreadful bang …BEANBAG
Dick has 500 in belt upon start of evening shiftDISLODGE
Dramatic change to attorneyship after corrupt Tory is sackedTHESPIAN
Drifts off in rubbish-laden shipSLUMBERS
Element from colliers’ association packing daggersNOBELIUM
Famous director of ‘Vandalised’ cutting second in editingDAVIDLEAN
Fragment of code ultimately equivocalMORSEL
Getting in touch with Little Emily, being poorlyEMAILING
Head on holiday with as much as one can carry? That’s hazardousHARMFUL
Host of lice’s heading into cabin, not entirely put outPUBLICAN
Huge lark put on show of singing?GIGANTIC
Minute docked?DETAILED
Out of condition, Donna’s disturbed, fitfullyOFFANDON
Outstanding location for seat of higher education?TOPCLASS
Prompt judgement utteredINCITE
Public Library engages painter to illustrate launchPROPEL
SEAT components in plenty unveiled at centreGLUTEI
Shergar — a rather limited mount?ARARAT
Stroll with relation in south-east Reading, say?SAUNTER
Sweetener raised to prop up American resort’s growthASPARAGUS
The lead in Shrek’s garlanded with laurels for songPSALM
Unstable paranoid with a malfunctioning weaponPONIARD
Winds average, starters in dinghy event race sedatelyMEANDERS

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Sep 5 2018

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A shaman got April confused about imaginary figuresPHANTASMAGORIAL
Agile umpire’s concealing a bit of a gutILEUM
Allen’s apartment maybe frog’s place of rest?LILYPAD
Assign ace writerASCRIBE
Character expressing feelings held regularly in Exmoor jailEMOJI
Cockney actor in favour of being heard acts at first in jugAMPHORA
Comfort before PM cut parliament’s opening: it shows highs and lowsRELIEFMAP
Cut into victimQUARRY
Do better without prison space, mostlyEXCEL
European and Gaelic hybrid is mournfulELEGIAC
Finished the map off, losing time measuring and marking too muchOVEREMPHASIZING
Influential discussion group with U-turn at the end?SEMINAL
Initially nonchalant, I’m thrown rather in calculation of NNITRIC
Making up for leaving father split insideEXPIATING
Meet under the main promenadeSEAFRONT
Most of group adulterated mare’s milk substitutesCREAMERS
New and old kit in AlabamaORIGINAL
Pacifies tiny number aboard shipSWEETENS
Pay Republican immigrantINCOMER
People mark courseRACETRACK
Perhaps make a crocodile tail riseQUEUEUP
Reportedly cultivate a green when dropping head of drug sciencePHARMACOLOGICAL
Reprieved area moves west in extentSPARED
Resistance is overcome by changing shapes and expressionsPHRASES
Right finale: sex appeal is half acceptable for performanceRENDITION
Spin is turning over wicket on both sidesSWIRL
Walk a line, lacking directions for chemical baseALKALI
Young child settled heretical belief in tyrannyTOTALITARIANISM

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Aug 31 2018

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& 12 Down … the fourth to be deposited over front of square is returned by scorers …LES
& 22 Down � player, having dispersed disheartened keeper and infield, belted Nash out of the groundBLINDSIDE
& 31 Across … gift for one backpedalling? Again, see ball ultimately transported over boundary’s edge …GEESEA
& 8 Across … show, in shot three, spin is taken on …THE
… over goes number two, not quite an exact copy …CARBON
About to infiltrate working party, even nowSQUARED
Anagram solver with a line in workwearOVERALLS
Canalman noisily deep-fried appetiser?BHAJI
Clown about, lifting hearts with French horn and pipe musicPIBROCH
Disease caused by deficiency in an area around neck woundPELLAGRA
Drink shot with chargesSHANDY
Image of group seeking to preserve secretary’s make-up?PANDA
In harsh lesson it may be torn when taking excursion on holidayASTRIPOFF
Inability to recognise one heir when back within rangeAGNOSIA
Individual birthday tips?BOD
Like garage door, maybe — done twiceUPOVER
No good slipping up, wanting to do in kingRICHARDI
Possibly remote stronghold put in broadcastKEYPAD
President’s kinky life as dame, retrospectively?GARFIELD
Queen’s changing church orderSEQUENCE
Security of Tier F smoke screens? NoREEFKNOT
See 17 AcrossPRISONER
See 19 AcrossSIX
See 20 AcrossLAYING
See 26 AcrossFLANKER
Sleeps off very good brewery wares, not one EnglishSOBERS
Stars not the first to blow chancesASTERISKS
Things that begin rankling Glamorgan’s outfielders? 12 is first sign …VIRGO
Two goes at curling don’t get usedGOTOWASTE
Virgin loves talking (full of it)VESTAL
What Goliath should know about David’s grief?HASSLING
Woman on a meandering route out of LondonNAOMI