The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Nov 13 2018

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Ancient hero or bully?HECTOR
Boat parts Royal Mail put in when following cart heading westYARDARMS
Breeze-block providing ventilationAIRBRICK
Chief element provided by openers to nuclear energyKEYSTONE
Choice when seconds removed is still a choiceELECTION
Cross with dog pound’s lock at the frontKISSCURL
Dirk’s heelSTILETTO
Dishevelled bed ruins son’s facial hairSIDEBURNS
Dwelling is rented outRESIDENT
Gluttony may be so fatalDEADLY
Heads of Durham University in new demand for material to go in bookADDENDUM
In France we almost slip over something stickyNOUGAT
India replacing diamonds with symbol in badges of honourINSIGNIA
More than one flock of geese hides around middle of MedSKEINS
Needy US soldier turned up, splitting in depressionINDIGENT
Old codger? Quite the opposite. He’s a sweetheartYOUNGMAN
Run a blog badly, or manage somehow?RUBALONG
Sailor shows disapproval with hard hatTARBOOSH
See sailor with 6 give up boozeABSTAIN
Shuffle folio papers and secureFIDGET
Starry LA mooner confused about Oscar for high-level observerASTRONOMERROYAL
Stress at home with sibling getting tenseINSIST
Swelling found in misty eyeSTYE
Taking everything into consideration, answer requires Niall to change linesALLINALL
Ten deer having scampered around edges of Exmoor went in againREENTERED
Terrible mishap covers flawBLEMISH
Unusually T S Eliot embraced rule for eight-line poemsTRIOLETS
Wild celery is produced in little timeSMALLAGE
Writing materials in KansasINKS

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Nov 13 2018

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Ancient hero or bully?HECTOR
Boat parts Royal Mail put in when following cart heading westYARDARMS
Breeze-block providing ventilationAIRBRICK
Chief element provided by openers to nuclear energyKEYSTONE
Choice when seconds removed is still a choiceELECTION
Cross with dog pound’s lock at the frontKISSCURL
Dirk’s heelSTILETTO
Dishevelled bed ruins son’s facial hairSIDEBURNS
Dwelling is rented outRESIDENT
Gluttony may be so fatalDEADLY
Heads of Durham University in new demand for material to go in bookADDENDUM
In France we almost slip over something stickyNOUGAT
India replacing diamonds with symbol in badges of honourINSIGNIA
More than one flock of geese hides around middle of MedSKEINS
Needy US soldier turned up, splitting in depressionINDIGENT
Old codger? Quite the opposite. He’s a sweetheartYOUNGMAN
Run a blog badly, or manage somehow?RUBALONG
Sailor shows disapproval with hard hatTARBOOSH
See sailor with 6 give up boozeABSTAIN
Shuffle folio papers and secureFIDGET
Starry LA mooner confused about Oscar for high-level observerASTRONOMERROYAL
Stress at home with sibling getting tenseINSIST
Swelling found in misty eyeSTYE
Taking everything into consideration, answer requires Niall to change linesALLINALL
Ten deer having scampered around edges of Exmoor went in againREENTERED
Terrible mishap covers flawBLEMISH
Unusually T S Eliot embraced rule for eight-line poemsTRIOLETS
Wild celery is produced in little timeSMALLAGE
Writing materials in KansasINKS

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Nov 9 2018

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A sport in which ball is snatched away and put downABASE
Apply after seeing that propertyASSET
Bashful bears initially paired for reproductionCOPY
Bundle of papers getting left for a bankSHELF
Case from Nice, second-class with tatty wrapping recently deliveredNEWBORN
Cook’s wild boar in sauce sent backPARBOIL
Director of pit lifted tons in gold layerMAESTRO
Dress to some extent rubbish? Not permitted to sayWAISTBAND
Drive a vehicle to the north island for a drinkBACARDI
Drug money to acquire something like EcstasyCOCAINE
Drunk mate? Tiddly, certainlyADMITTEDLY
Drunk upended for all to see, stuck in another ditchTOSSOUT
Fighter’s first to lunge in assaultBATTLER
Flaw reflected in mirror, regretfullyERROR
Food, when chopped, put into portionsCASHEWNUTS
Good mature beefGRIPE
Heard pub became barINGOT
Hotel this freezing might make Hartlepool questionablePOLAR
Hour immersed in Art Deco complex regarding geometric formOCTAHEDRON
How is man to manage never growing up?AGELESS
Ingredient of explosive soldier favoured in revolutionary timesSALTPETRE
Judged for all that timeTHOUGHT
Most of the pay merrily taken from Daily Telegraph wasted, as mine isGALLERIED
One’s scratching head due to these, perhapsNITS
Part of plant having cotton on, albeit missing in odd placesTWIGLET
Path that’s used by aircraft on tripLANE
Person playing Becker’s the one making comebackRESPONDER
Presumably he’s no fan of United financier?CITYMAN
Refuse from home over yardDENY
Relation’s conclusion — don’t argueENDOFSTORY
Vote on second of referendums, ruling is spot onEXACT
Withdrawn second edition with plot lacking in bookSECEDED

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Nov 8 2018

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American’s dubious arrangement of kilt with capesSKEPTICAL
Appropriate one wakes after end of nightTROUSER
Balloon I’d taken up to annoy, circling Mediterranean locationDIRIGIBLE
Be wrong to interrupt my mother and family having grand celebrationMERRYMAKING
Best to adopt expert line when rearing mammalPOLECAT
Boozer volunteers, putting love into concertTAPROOM
Cancel most of theatre costumesSCRUB
Care given to most of flower shootTENDRIL
Carrier claims to keep horse aroundHAVERSACK
Detective with drink I saw in rotten conditionDILAPIDATED
Effect of clique or clubs in story that’s picked upECLAT
Faint at heart, harassed man is on call at start, unable to go outINSOMNIAC
Fix care leaving hospital without doctorEMBED
Henry pretended to accept book that’s incompleteHALFBAKED
Newspaper cheers attempt to secure love? Not halfTABLOID
Nothing in indiscretions is beginning to modify egocentric behaviourSOLIPSISM
Number endlessly cross blocking road heading for Scotland?NORTHWARD
On island, Greek character with muscles squeezes head of Hector cruellyINHUMANLY
Philistine returned vulgar shout in big theatreBOLSHOI
Piece not finishing quietly and not in tuneSHARP
Pride sees one relocating power in generation?LOINS
Small piece left further down? This sadly implicates male metalworkerSILVERSMITH
Space without paper left tidyLEGROOM
Stick belting rear of train making metallic soundCLANG
Stops after evil spirit loomsIMPENDS
Thick coat father used around boatPARKA
Tired out, unstable and causing harmDETRIMENTAL
Very eccentric initially filling apartment with flagsPAVED

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Nov 7 2018

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A gin knocked back on one’s ownAPART
Animated bubbly RomeoASTIR
Classmate that’s in the same swimming groupSCHOOLFELLOW
Complete wreckTOTAL
Cutting edge arts festival?FRINGE
Expert whose clients are relieved to go underANAESTHETIST
Fancy Women�s Institute over-50sWILL
Feature of Cockney intellectual?EYEBROW
Force for something stronger than a catnap?BULLDOZE
Grand artist with loud following — one leading to work like Banksy’s?GRAFFITO
Have misgivings seeing Ella in unusually smart surroundingsSMELLARAT
Involved university in sort-out for transportTORTUOUS
Irritation right away brought about by pioneerINITIATOR
Local Cockney actor poolsideLIDOCAINE
Mistake denying bully 90-year-old British fizzERROR
No end of vacs — third of theirs and mineHOLE
Parable of galley rowed unyoked at seaALLEGORY
Peculiar cyst he cutSCYTHE
Quite regularly checks pay, which is usefulSALUTARY
Retreat of republican French female, facing cunning agent selling outTRAVELLER
Sir Tim’s creation, part in comfortably rich West End theatre?LYRIC
Some way to go with two noughts missing from school recordSCHLEP
Splendid chap and archetypal heroSUPERMAN
Staff in more ways than oneSTAVE
Sting’s roots let out by Geordieland tangoNETTLE
Taking two-thirds some agree would be inadequateMEAGRE
Talking bird taking no time turning up — or the oppositeANTONYM
Weapon at disposal of one mob after another?ATOMBOMB
Wholesome? It’s plausible denied calmer exteriorEDIBLE
Work for aircrew in chic society?HIGHLIFE

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Nov 6 2018

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Advertise footwear with small promotionBOOST
Almost achieve backing to pen old Western sequelFOLLOWUP
Cast seen with this actor could be BengaleseGABLE
Drink gallons where smashed member might beGINSLING
Freeloader about to fall under executioner maybeHANGERON
Germans cooked the Queen’s gooseMERGANSER
Indication of vaping in part of garden?CRAZYPAVING
Large sweetROLYPOLY
Long drink in bloke’s garden, perhaps miles awayYARDOFALE
Mask Home Counties uprising — spotted, they might fallDOMINOES
Mike with bogey at first in golf course facing east? Blow it!TROMBONE
More men wept about being given responsibilityEMPOWERMENT
Naval man in house share that’s curtailedHORATIO
Nice at first to wear ancient clothing somewhere friendlyTONGA
Nick eco-friendly car, not posh, workingPRISON
Note something sticky in blockageLOGJAM
Ombudsman vilifies housing blockANVIL
Passionate and twisted, loves net night clothesINTENSE
Quiet having lost at venuePLACE
Record heartless material for one of Paul’s pen palsEPHESIAN
Safe blown in explosion? That’s dangerousWOLFSBANE
Shout that hurts juvenileCALLOW
Something fishy and not quite legal about supplementCODICIL
Soon unknownANON
Spot fine — something legal?FLAW
Sunbeam possibly beginning to trouble student in flying boatTALBOT
Swimmer in port aloneDOVERSOLE
Want to move? Set out to find lenderNATWEST
What might cut a dashing figure?BLADE
Windows once seen in entire building? That’s amateurINEXPERT

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Nov 2 2018

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An aching arises after a mere pinePONDEROSA
Better not talk in lesson prepared with diligenceSILENCEISGOLDEN
Bird song broadcast around other uphill walkSTRETCHONESLEGS
Caught receiving left crossNETTLED
Chief who was leader of New Zealand islandKEY
Dogmatic person that is keeping Doug and Leo rattledIDEOLOGUE
Exorbitant online chat software promotion, audible except for terminals?SKYHIGH
Grand for kilo in joint moneymaking schemeANGLE
Hugging wife, survive endless embargoesOUTLAWS
Inspiring wonder like a bird in flightAWING
Name repeated in usual wrestling ringANNULUS
Peer retrospectively imprisons old slaverDROOL
Pitch and ‘tosh’ (both times aboard ship) in America’s favourite flyer?STARSANDSTRIPES
Poet’s handy bond providing cover for retirementNIGHTIE
Recall a home and a green southern regionOCEANIA
Second voided penalty noticeSPY
Sheep is most friendly without beginning to go into sleazy lookLEICESTER
Show surprise, suppressing quiet chatterGAS
Singular art transporting soldiers, painter and nurse, all about short-termism?NEARSIGHTEDNESS
Small moorland plant mostly provides coverSHEATHE
Somewhat rotten, Spain standing for universal site of culture?PETRIDISH
Speaks about as well as in Berlin’s quiet times?SUNDAYS
Specific name for papers — defunct ones?EXPRESS
Speed boat’s stern secured by anchorMOTOR
Supporting speed of light aircraft protects schemePROJECT
Take another mate behind tracks across motorwayREMARRY
The ship, among othersHER
Top and bottom cut off certain ticketSURPASS
Upend something wonderful in bowl over spicy seedsNUTMEGS
US author’s new chapter to replace third in SnakePYNCHON
What plane takes off from southern bearing?SHAVING
With 50% off, Trailfinders’ve arranged saving on flight?AIRLIFT

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Oct 26 2018

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A plastic pig is outside the law, missPLEXIGLASS
Blunt end of pencil ____POINTBLANK
Contend with what 23 allowsVIEW
Drink oddly seen in clean houseCHASER
Give old footballer old wifeBESTOW
Got fine reception with old copperFATHOMED
Hardy and Pinter forged papersINTREPID
Hill shelters people generally keepTOWER
In 21? Wow!WITHIT
Just manage to get junk article off eBay?SCRAPEBY
Language, one that’s back to frontHINDI
Look for an audience to wind upPIQUE
Mum’s after a computer gameHALMA
Not seeing death? That’s new over in heavenBLINDNESS
Old men gathering on subject of hairstyleDREADS
One funny way to block ridiculeJESTER
Oomph in something like rented vehicleCABRIOLET
Playwright’s lowest point — what son rejectedSHERIDAN
Rivers e.g. hold water — guide across channels?STANDUPCOMEDIAN
Rule for one that ruler’s upset aboutREGIME
Slug or shotBASH
Soldier, number 19COMMANDO
Some pupils, by splitting from this, failedSIXTHFORM
Square peg out to keep up, tooPOOTERISH
Stop wasting time with a variable pumpQUIZ
Tenant’s payment to landlord out of hand?RESIDENT
The decision of corrupt officials, in partUPTO
Thief fences small dogPINSCHER
Vision, certainly in place in blindnessEYESIGHT

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Oct 25 2018

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… still audibly exhale topping fast timeSILENT
Backing America in ‘special’ sense with gutless oddballESPOUSAL
Bet placed around noon ended voidPUNTED
Carries on with collaborators supporting GermanyDALLIES
Cut traffic time in secure chassisSTRUCTURE
Egg starts to open, vacated usually leaving eggshellOVULE
Fine game with queen gobbling piece upGOSSAMER
Happen to breathe, completely embracing female …BEFALL
Human sin? Wrath’s one to startFALLIBLE
Labour succeeded ignoring tense questionsASKS
Left with party embracing Liberal’s huge victoryLANDSLIDE
Legend of rodents’ decline maybe originally rejectedMEGASTAR
Leggings for men?CHAPS
Linger in bed as topless sweetheart strips, risingOVERSLEEP
Look up to see towerKEEP
Mars revolves circling centre of ellipseRUINS
Mockery of victims a crash trapped? RevoltingSARCASM
More expensive models’ charms emerge, all nakedDEARER
Nearly all wet losing heartMOST
Pockets found in slacks?TROUSERS
Possibly Plath writer’s holding collection backPOETESS
Pro, occasionally greedy, produced counterfeitFORGED
Show one’s oddly cold surrounded by draughtDISCLOSE
Singular hard covering for creatureSNAIL
Sort of thirsty and pale after vacationTYPE
Spot noticed on pitchSEESAW
Stops first son leaving believersDEISTS
Study rooks and queen covering incomplete theoryCONSIDER
Tenant not so keen having ‘no frills’LESSEE
Tie is masculine head to toe in publicSTALEMATE
Top horse?BESTRIDE
Wreck broke apart round end of deep crackTORPEDO

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – Oct 24 2018

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A fried option? Laddo moaned, we hear, being out of bedSUNNYSIDEUP
A passage added on end of one part of churchAPSE
Bar a pair involved in academic retiringTAPROOM
Bishop excused extra dutyONUS
Black badger finds crowBRAG
Bulgarian accepts what traveller holds backLEVA
Censures stand shown by judgesBERATES
Change to the better storm lampSEETHELIGHT
Check up about secure co-ordinating gearTWINSET
Eastern dish starting to track mysterious craft from the southTOFU
Flood from river near treeRASH
Former leader to lay flat House of LordsKOHL
Fourth estate stuffPRESS
Gold herb, pinch of marjoram, seen in stall — it’ll make bangersSAUSAGEMEAT
Grass pulls upSWARD
Hide unit which supplies mineral into the bargainFURTHERMORE
Leads to standard for measuring shadowsENTAILS
Monitor Republican stepping down — just the jobPERFECT
Possibly a crass term for cynicism?SARCASM
Provided with object then dueENDOWED
Punt about like a devilBEAST
Spirit — reps let it go, being rumPOLTERGEIST
Such as could be lost in operations finallyTONSILS
They might deliver what gets stuff going?POWERPLANTS
This predator bowled over diversSKUA
Time to list clips — nervous Nerys is on these?TENTERHOOKS
To shed last of pounds added at the frontSHUT
Upsetting this trade-off finds you negative — dark but rightGIVEANDTAKE
Want to do what you’d think doughboys do, as they sayNEED
West in confusion about eastern kindSWEET
What’s at the heart of most pleasant summer treats?ICES
Whisk porridgeSTIR