The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,626 – Apr 14 2021

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& 26 Across Second one aboard coach journey after son — there seems to be no end to it MOBIUS
12 put back into race, sure to skirt round northern town MILTONKEYNES
Association football team dropping lead after Ronaldo’s finish OVERTONE
Bouncer using Circle Line after walk TRAMPOLINE
Charlie plays moving love song CALYPSO
Creature, aptly evolved before Manx cat PLATYPUS
Derelict found out about interest rates at the start UNCAREDFOR
Fanatical British papers pursuing artist RABID
Firedog regularly fanned vitriol before end of election ANDIRON
French pig could be the product of this farm practice CROPROTATION
Highly suspicious soldier starts to notice odd incidents daily PARANOID
I’m returning posh car — or part of car MIRROR
In the outskirts of Andromeda, with reference to space AREA
Looking up helium and oxygen consumption in part of hospital — it’s stored in a repository WAREHOUSED
Make subordinate unlimited tea without opening men’s toilet first ENSLAVE
Means to slowly cook 23 bananas with cheese crust BAINMARIE
Novel mostly perfect, okay, except the last bit — it’s hard to read POKERFACE
Power of art excited Mackintosh WATERPROOF
Prat with European holiday home GITE
Record label close to folding, consider move abroad EMIGRATE
Relate to a pawnshop losing all content — inevitable after uncle’s focus dropped APPERTAIN
See 1 Down STRIP
Shot animal left for scavenger essentially BLAST
Some dubbed pandemic ‘potty’ BEDPAN
Strangely warm on a ship MANOWAR
Strike a light LAMP
Student not involved in small cigar craze MANIA
Suggestion from sister without a church NUANCE
Treatment that can be good for the soul, by the sound of it CHIROPODY
Union’s denial broadcast KNOT

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,624 – Apr 9 2021

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& 17 Down Physical devices — two things I’ve been stuck into of late! BUBBLE
& 22 Down Choose the hippy type of action? MAKELOVE
& 25 Down That shows cheek, lip and neck from dendrite to axon! OFALLTHE
& 4 Down Rearrange minor downs, say — getting across answer, very briefly? INSOMANY
‘Not guilty’? Hammered chap’s imbibed an excess! PLETHORA
As surfaces of labware may be with brine? RINSEABLE
Athletic is taken over on Jan 1? SINEWY
Dorset resorts — fine breaks we look to after winter DEFROST
Drink first in opera-house, ahead of very famous ballet KIROV
E3 … here artist croaked, and here crock lies ENDOFTHERAINBOW
Failure to screen Zulu and The Queen, making a difference to summer NONZERO
Fair game in more senses than one, relatively speaking? AUNTSALLY
I’m after an involvement with altar MARITAL
Is someone lookin’ for him in the auditorium? HAYDN
Just like Humpty Dumpty to clear everything away from wall? OVOIDAL
Lord about to operate locomotives, scoring the same two points out of six SEIGNEUR
Managed to contain party element RADON
Mark from the newsroom stores beds up for purchase INSTOCK
Money’s split up on The Chase HUNTING
One shilling, then twenty times more animals SQUID
Overthrow personal challenge that’s put forward BEARDOWN
See 1 Down CHAMBERS
See 14 Down NERVE
See 8 Down NOTWAR
See 9 Down WORDS
Several compilers rolling over from Australia? NOTAFEW
So hand catches head and misses Oscar? LASSOES
The collective IQ’s not high, for starters DIMSUM
The cut does individually supply a fair return? BANGFORONESBUCK
When this goes wild Granny Smith makes Mr S jumpy! ANYTHING

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,620 – Apr 2 2021

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Acting like China, welcoming European in insipid fashion PALELY
Agreed over experience surrounding single male OFONEMIND
Aim to block attempt to get in TRENDY
Almost ruin modern housing around 13 WOODEN
Bishop with sixth sense combed uncovered spot BESPECKLE
Blasphemer, alderman, just a bit green EMERALD
Blokes curse boxers et al MENSWEAR
Combine cold beers with retro environmental packaging COALESCE
Confuse at least the weekend broadcast DAZE
Extremely agreeable concession for one who told tales AESOP
Flashing when naked is a piece of cake PARKIN
Gate with card entry deactivated WICKET
Hell to write, breaking through dark as necessary INDISPENSABLE
In which a Callas cast? LASCALA
Instrument — gong with hole in it OBOE
Jail in which you’d chill out COOLER
Made into brass about to get cast CASHED
Mark date for operating on thighs? DARKMEAT
Mature draftee will have done so Joinedup
Official seat left after court fire WOOLSACK
One insect let loose after another BEETLE
One won’t turn up to eat without coming back NOSHOW
Refinement, maybe, in English weapon ELEGANCE
Senior copper drives round, missing intelligence STUPID
Signs of tuition recently breaking records LPLATES
Sod’s Law — I’ve let out unsubstantiated info OLDWIVESTALES
Tough guy inviting female interpretation? IRONMAN
Unintroduced loan shark is more confident SURER
Want to enter tower just above Wellington? KNEEDEEP
Was mum perhaps torn between dad and, ultimately, love child? Parented

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,616 – Mar 26 2021

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& 16 Down Where order is now martial, might it effect a turnaround? MARRIAGE
& 19 Down What elements of breathed air finally produce with one-to-one mixing? NITROGEN
, 14 Down & 25 Down Minister left perched on the end of my toilet seat LORD
Abandon visitor from afar in a variety of joints JETTISON
Annual review of pay forgetting the old man Elgar? No! YEARLONG
Black suit function taken over by a supplier of fizz CLUBSODA
Bloody frisky goat, a spirited and saucy type! BRANDYBUTTER
Charge lifted, released from custody FREE
Cunning snares heading off cove taking money given to slaver SLOBBERY
Face the sound of pop PHIZ
Hosanna! Your motet noted in worthy mnemonic? HYMN
I realised the great potential of rubber ALADDINSLAMP
Key to Telegraph Records Library initially kept in fine crack THIGHSLAPPER
Nothing weeded out from around border ABUT
Oscar and Tony say action is needed to cut bills AWARDS
Pointer for one lecturing on ecdysis of snake? LASERPEN
Quotients worked out by University on _____? IQTEST
Roughly, do you understand what I’m saying is rather scandalous? JUICY
See 2 Down GUIDANCE
See 5 Down PRIVY
See 5 Down SEAL
See 8 Down MONOXIDE
Tap glass for refreshment at 10:59:59? LASTGASP
The keys to knowledge are nature and time, he thought KANT
Two records one in Rome opens and one in Washington concludes EPILOG
Vomitory rejected delicately embroidered article? EMETICAL
What sequencing of heritage needs? GENE
What we must play off and on to a balding captain? OBLIGATI
When there’s no ale left, it’s time to admit defeat! THEBITTEREND
Where Wolfe famously fought the French about nothing CANADA

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,615 – Mar 25 2021

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… reportedly dated accomplished degenerate SORDID
Bare relative remaining without bottoms UNCLOTHE
British qualify to receive American support BALUSTER
Confusion of curious cat losing tail RUMPUS
Consider composer almost penning ‘Time after Time’ DELIBERATE
Deprive of family jewels? DISINHERIT
Drill oddly turned top of skull TREPAN
Firm around mid-afternoon stopped work? STRUCK
Former sweetheart, playing hard … EXACTING
Hide pants? LEDERHOSEN
Island choosy passenger underrates showing regular vacancies CYPRUS
Jostled tramp on exercise day BUMPED
Judge supports material torture LACERATE
March saving lives for Heaven PARADISE
Open present MANIFEST
Sailor is sorry after fall from grace SINBAD
Someone counting overs, recording every run initially SCORER
Spots son lacking resistance getting weak FECKLESS
Straddle top mount? BESTRIDE
Sunnier seeing willow on leather, finally ROSIER
Taken from under mat? It isn’t rash DERMATITIS
Team score using their heads? MENTALLY
They turn article in close cut LATHES
Thundering sea-god’s first spear STRIDENT
Trigger’s entrance with rogues Del and Rodney? TROTTERS
Unwilling to wear Church attire CLOTHE
Upstanding practically formal Queen modernises REFITS
What’s often said in church following worshipper IDOLATER

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,612 – Mar 19 2021

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Actor sad to relate, on TV, museum’s in recession TELLYSAVALAS
At work, log on, accessing word for translation, knowing only English? MONOGLOT
Back-up story used in Echo when short RELIEVER
Buffalo’s location when intercepted by rescue vehicle, feeling irritable narky
Bull terrier’s grabbing teacher having removed lead TAURUS
Check up about leading man with Evita after opening of theatre PUTADAMPERON
Constant stir by group of women practising sorcery WICCAN
Consumed with reflection, slip on the ground ATERRE
Cross Republican states in extremes of temperature TRAVERSE
Faithful type in retreat joins saint — with muscle, they preach Christianity? GODSQUAD
Fit lodging soldier with our team’s gear APPARATUS
Having spare rib on two occasions like venison? BIGAMY
Heard DIY photo of mates maybe agitated excitement FRENZY
Investigators of heads of pupils once: male nit nurses? POLICEMEN
Knight once ventured to protect queen and king BANNERET
Mexican musician ignoring cold welcome next door to street’s spiritual address AVEMARIA
Occupants of minster quietly singing from the same hymn sheet INSTEP
Old Trafford side gets a thrashing on the wings? OFFSTAGE
One enters concluding term in architecture FINIAL
Overacting mum claiming benefit upset by resistance MELODRAMA
Rogue characters regularly seen in surging attack IMPUGN
Rolling Stone, needing gallons, dashed into wine store VAGRANT
Seeing cap covered in blood, sons start running off GOTOPRESS
So-called potter that might create jam QUEUE
Spicy food husband put in one box, travelling north BHAJI
Stern with late deputy EXACTING
Substitute’s protest SITIN
Woman, tempted round medical unit by dosh primarily, took part in trials EVENTED

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,610 – Mar 17 2021

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‘Brilliant’ star daughter somehow spoilt DEFACED
Animal with body part that’s little good drooping ORANG
Cleaner rag? DAILY
Discharge on street to heap up CONGEST
European chum I’d abandoned by church FRENCH
Greek reminder about bathing beach being shortened EUCLID
Group’s operation in decline seen as deficient FACTIONAL
Idiot yesterday in Paris, one with lots of duds CLOTHIER
In broadcasting the leader becomes the last to make resolutions ENDINGS
Language of cold classical virgin without final word of gratitude CATALAN
Making new film, an actress in French region MASSIFCENTRAL
Mark on script what could be picked up as incentive CARET
Multilayered account full of energy, written by editor STOREYED
Note ‘dumpy’ character embraced by short groom PRESTIGE
Obstacle at the back — run with any number getting in the way HINDRANCE
Old lover with blemish, not one still with us EXTANT
One providing cover at home? Certainly right! INSURER
Order? I dissent, being awkward TIDINESS
Preacher as mean person getting spoken about? The opposite MORALISER
Ruthlessness of central element returning to bolster number losing heart FEROCITY
Soldiers on the 19 borders ORLES
Son at entrance to playground was first to get animated SPARKLED
Submission of rebuttal about to be squashed DEFERENCE
Travel as Newton’s apple, fruit encountered going down PLUMMET
Travel round Thames-side location GORING
Two females, old and unintelligent, wandering around somewhere on sports ground MIDOFF
US President, not totally honest fellow TRUMAN
What Liesel famously shows, being independent SELFCONTAINED

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,609 – Mar 16 2021

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A Parisian upset revolutionary foundation characterised by avant-gardism UNDERGROUND
A president dreadfully uninspired PEDESTRIAN
At 90 degrees, starts to experience abnormally sultry temperature EAST
Executive staff going to African country with evil finally going to end MANAGERIAL
Extremes of risk entertained by female labourer WORKMAN
Garment worn by footballers for shooting expedition SAFARI
Hoard clipped Indian coin, that’s plain! SAVANNA
Instruction for drivers along the way ROADSIGN
Irish king a few will find exasperating? IRKSOME
Lacking effect at first, endlessly scold stroppy child BRAT
Loyalist quietly attending disturbance PATRIOT
Miscellanies of different islands surrounding Guam in a hotchpotch SALMAGUNDIS
Modesty of company head hedging yen COYNESS
Not entirely commonplace North American fruit BANANA
One trail roughly coming from the 11 ORIENTAL
Oust from investigating police officer’s position DISPLACE
Over time, graduate in French dwelling-place produces part of superstructure MAINMAST
Pretence of mountain climbing and sailing hard to avoid PLAYACTING
Scanty underwear that’s part of a fiddle? GSTRING
Small feline caught game SKAT
Subjected to repression, learned new skills including self-defence, primarily RESTRAINED
Swallow discovered in catering establishment INGEST
Uncommon river measurement unit RARE
Uneasily compile controversial writing POLEMIC
What musicians should be eventually? INTIME
With booze completely banned, Napoleon arrests doctor BONEDRY

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,605 – Mar 9 2021

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Admirer cheers to support popular princess INFANTA
Agent good for Bond smashing luge into pieces SUPERGLUE
Checked rising water level — dredge in middle EDITED
Classy politician international socialist judged UMPIRED
Clerk one to provide assistance in swan-upping? PENPUSHER
Elizabeth dresses American in outfit BUSINESS
Entrance needs locks turned by soldiers without uniform ENAMOUR
First book stolen from dope makes grand NOBLE
Former barrister maybe killing time sees model EXEMPLAR
Lie with maid in spring, among forest creatures DEFLOWER
Man’s excellent knowledge about bad weather in border region ALSACELORRAINE
Material from Web in plan approved to hold crowd back GOSSAMER
Mighty growth around Steppes originally a city OSAKA
Miserable husband initially under one choosing austerity SADHU
No gang of gunmen handled machine ONEARMEDBANDIT
North country area includes very serene place NIRVANA
Pirate’s prop to fix on stage? PEGLEG
Religious official sends note round university daily MUFTI
Renault changing gear NEUTRAL
Royal attendants bemoan banking eastern money RETINUE
Sacrifice and explosive combat at sea HECATOMB
Saint feeding cut flower before providing dish IRISHSTEW
Save artist given partially digested food, a fish BARRACUDA
Scolded, undergo assessment? BERATED
Ship on move suddenly reverses TRADER
Take in maid dancing tango ADMIT
Temperamental rodent keeps swishing tail VOLATILE
Times getting letters from Greek theologian ERASMUS
Vampire, firstly impaled, interred by priest LAMIA
Wild horse from Midlands city in reserve BRUMBY