The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 20 2017

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Add voice track to record sleeve for Joyce, sayDUBLINER
Angry lecturer cycles off courseERRANT
Barry Island in appearance changed to a fairBAZAAR
Believing God isn’t great, He is misquoted selectivelyATHEISM
Boron in air supplements cool atmosphereAMBIENCE
Byzantine hen price codeENCIPHER
Campus against students’ clubUNION
Complete studies diminished twin within frameworkGRADUATE
Congratulations on puzzle, a 10:1 ratio?MAZELTOV
Dad up to no good, scoffing (26) wild snappers?PAPARAZZI
Description of superstore dismissing good person in clerical jobBISHOP
Dodgy duke removed from Bedfordshire townUNSTABLE
E.g. Heaven’s quoted, renewing call for ruler’s divine protectionGODSAVETHEQUEEN
Europe protecting one local church person without powerEUNUCH
Forbear having 50 per cent cut on prime minister’s low payPITTANCE
Idle, perhaps a bloke crosses from other side of herring pond?AMERICAN
Insufficient guts to join the action?ENTER
Last of breakfast cereal turned into mushTREACLE
Making deliveries short, finally tie rope to secure canvasBOWLINE
Old bear craving attention, taking its termination to heartHACKNEYED
Playing links, a cup — not the last for him?NICKLAUS
Praise energy for lead of strong woman carrying barrelEMBLAZON
Put on dress coats, cold and bitterSARDONIC
Start off bender with a leak?OOZING
Started to accept Liberal’s defenceSHIELD
Vehicle producing poison, converting oxygen to a tarTAXICAB
Washington ace entering rough and readyHARDCASH

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 19 2017

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Appeal is penned by girl to make text stand outITALICISE
Approve draughtsman’s items used by most of Florida cityRUBBERSTAMP
Backing European people to settle in northern countyENDORSEMENT
Beautiful, fine tuneFAIR
Bite before swallowing skin of Indian fruitTANGERINE
Bloke’s spring broadcastGEEZER
Boss regularly cracks a Toughie?POSER
Cake finally rises once cookedSCONE
Communist sent up to inspire soldiers in distressTORMENT
Country, once unknown, almost made knownZAIRE
Extraordinary run from paralytic drunkATYPICAL
Fighter plane heading east to take in bad weather — it’s a painMIGRAINE
Figure in flap involving universitySTATUE
Former queen blocks acclaim for government departmentEXCHEQUER
Go on at length and pacify her ragesPREACHIFY
Group agreed to skip aboutSQUAD
In temper, promoted detectives stand downABDICATE
Leaves describing Republican that is on the payrollSALARIED
Liberal exposed rich supporting terribly racy materialACRYLIC
Location that could make e.g. egress?ADDRESS
Note always heading to bathroom to when getting upBREVE
Number to the left?ELEVEN
Official chap with less on top? Not at firstALDERMAN
Police leader has arrests for Sussex townHASTINGS
Quell resistance by English journalistsREPRESS
Release building blocks? About time!LETGO
Scoff as a joke is deliveredINGEST
Soup in summer month? That’s about rightJULIENNE
Stack small fruit in vehicleRICKSHAW
Victory, perhaps, and second with itSHIP

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 17 2017

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Bite and howl when beaten — corporal punishment gets to deliver a mean blowHITBELOWTHEBELT
Bully ever so tired after dispensing with Irish dockerSTEVEDORE
Cupidity OK having skimmed off capitalGREED
Dismiss — throw out abruptly and hire anewCASHIER
First in month, then flower appearingINAUGURAL
Game female meeting American king of oldRUFUS
Go on then, I’d like to entertain youBEMYGUEST
Jet carrying me home not designed to contain force, suddenly improvisedSPUROFTHEMOMENT
Leaders in the ruck bearing down on player that’s powerful on the fieldTRACTOR
Moment of truth is ace!POINTOFNORETURN
Nick gets hit with limpCOPSHOP
Opposite directions taken in trail to get backSPONSOR
Particular joke, one getting fired after a setback in companyPUNCTILIO
Plant plenty around base of plateauLOTUS
Prisoners keeping it up for friendsINTIMATES
Putting on fifty, one gluing bandages — like this one?STICKINGPLASTER
Screen in episode rerun backwardsREREDOS
Second in Premiership proves infuriating for Scottish teamRANGERS
Smell engulfing less than brilliant sickly stuffHOKUM
Snacks, combining two placed in reverseBITES
Star — or moon for children?BIGCHEESE
Tea finally taken between typically hot and cold snacksTAPAS
There once dwelt with Gandhi conflict, though the anger all endingTHITHER
Too heavy, gong size at the limitsOBESE
Top Cornish apple?SWEATER
Tough sailor about to be shelled in a stormLABORIOUS
Uproar with cries of excitement, one way or the other?HOOHA
Upset, sculptor is languishing — take stock from thatSTOREROOM

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 13 2017

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Adorable person sorry to upset foreign charactersLAMBDAS
Charge article with technology insideTITHE
Charge received from return of rubbish found in M&SSTORM
Comparatively fresh make-up runsLIPPIER
Crime disguised in monastery, away from outsidersTREASON
Dance music fan daft really, dismissing QueenNUTCRACKERSUITE
European dons biased about a periodWEEKS
Everyone in late night dancing away to relax (3,2,3,4,3)LETITALLHANGOUT
Explorer heading off prepares galleys, perhapsCOOKROOMS
Flyer: 25 per cent off in River IslandAIRMAN
Garden tool’s cutting method for line of plantsHEDGEROW
Gifts on ice, as brokeLEGACIES
Island with mostly dark home in the northIGLOO
Loads of tin vesselsPACKETS
Monitor tribe in outskirts of SudanSCREEN
One sharing around English farePASSENGER
Product’s in distribution company, Middle EastOUTCOME
Put pointy object beneath husband to cause distressHARROW
Recommendation about animal pens beginning to rustREFERRAL
Recruit revamping Olympic Games, somehow magic’s lostEMPLOY
Rejects from band I sack, now led, gesticulating, away from surroundingsDISACKNOWLEDGES
Right to leave close-fitting coat, French article fraysTUSSLES
Spacey found his costume for family filmTHESOUNDOFMUSIC
Splitting from French river, Napoleon perhaps bears northDECAMPING
Stopped harbouring love, wife leftENDOWED
Unrest in the heart of compatriot in GlasgowRIOTING
Wearing flowery red motif, one is embarrassedMORTIFIED
Within grass, nest snakes dislikedRESENTED

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 12 2017

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‘Vanguard’ idle — engaged with refittingLEADINGEDGE
‘Vessels’ in title needing changing — it’s a pivotal passageTURNSTILE
A fighter for the crown in Oxford and Rye, maybeUNICORN
Acting in prologue, time to enterPROTEM
and 10: Could be varlet going abroad?FOREIGN
Avoiding Palladium, pranged SierraRANGE
Awkward situation for gourmet — freezer being regularly emptyGUMTREE
Begging from people? Sleuth finds it impossibleMENDICANT
Belvedere that accommodates accountant and familySUMMERHOUSE
Capital experience Colin discoveredTRIPOLI
Cataract possibly, as usually seen twice a day at Southend?HIGHWATER
Concerning Mother’s parking — it’s a gas!AFTERDAMP
Country with sycophants? Not singularYEMEN
Crushed fabricWORSTED
Filming again, eager to keep each extra quiet on emperor’s entryREAPPEARING
Gathering 11 is fruitlessREAPING
Give boost via this with toast, perhaps?EGGON
How to make book (like Mantel?) immediately available?OFFTHESHELF
Hull ‘supporter’ departed for matchEMULATE
Iris’s the first person free to accompany boyIRIDIAN
It offers lip service, giving up censure on familyNAPKIN
Majority of L-dopa queries becoming more puzzlingOPAQUER
Music man from Sacramento lacking credit and with no end in sight, sadlySMETANA
One leaving service — though not with Sappers latterly — is to join up againRETIE
Run swindle alongside immature US villainSCAMPER
See 9TRAVEL
Striving hardTRYING
Sucker giving millions to substituted playerLAMPREY

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 10 2017

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A book in favour for wild swinger?BABOON
A sign of allegiance among the French in sportLACROSSE
Acts up oddly, in tears when suffering overloadSATURATE
Ant, perhaps, and Dec’s ultimate wry caper easily laughable (as I found out)CREEPYCRAWLY
Brief decoration put over time in part of staircaseBARRISTER
Comedienne supplying teatime fareECLAIR
Criticise heavily a noted Argentinian for stylePANACHE
Dogged painter largely taken with old navySTUBBORN
Dramatist at home nursing complaintIBSEN
Favouring craft in mixed Spanish and Greek character heading westPARTISANSHIP
Figure on academic as part of bodyTENDON
Get rid of mistake in cricketOVERTHROW
Group judge broadcast passage in theatreGANGWAY
Headwear put on single person used to hoods?CAPONE
Huge sense in system I’m reforming, not having succeeded onceIMMENSITY
Irksome work of top legal official?TRYING
Makes time for female with statement of fashionFITSIN
Neutral attitude? It with month gone becomes unrevealing responseNOCOMMENT
One for charming Eastern drink around noonSNAKE
Part of WI makes mistake disowning quiet father from Belfast?TRINIDAD
Place providing spare site for guys in military centreBOOTCAMP
Restaurant with a new entrance in it put upTANDOORI
Summary about common farming frameworkRECAP
Supply nutrition kept up in secret activityCATER
Support measure in familiar territoryBACKYARD
Text about border plantPRIMROSE
Third person with wariness at first catching right little creatureSHREW
Trust in free play on a regular basisRELY
Welsh politician with energy, supported by North, gets approvalAMEN
Where scenes take place in beginningONSET

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 6 2017

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‘Yah boo!’, the sign by regular’s bar stool?SOTHERE
and 21 Across: Having seen better days, good morning interrupts obvious sufferingOVER
and 22 Across: Perhaps Methuselah’s coming in for infantrymanFOOT
and 23 Across: I say nothing, busy working with revolting smellsBLESSMY
and 26 Across: Poor 23 — in short, what’s made public on 28HONOURS
and 27 Across and 19 Across: Athletic but not best, hence it’s us here for kick-off? (2,3,11,5)ONTHE
Arts graduate’s presented with a ____ headscarfBANDANA
Backer in film doctor strove to get around?ANGEL
Clubs, on the subject of 6, splitCREVICE
Company bathing topless sure good in Calais, but who gains?CUIBONO
Complaint malevolent being has to protest aboutPERITONITIS
Head of Charterhouse School upset over cuts in tuck-shop stock?CHOCS
In business, succeeding #12NOON
Is it useful to shrink lamb’s fleece? After fight over, knit woolly clothesINKBLOTTEST
It’s blown by Scandinavian decoyLURE
Lustful desire harboured by male chauvinistLECH
Mother of twins and Head of BroadcastingLEDA
Not the first to see 10.30 ruined everythingTHEENTIRETY
Score-draw leaving sides 10th in table?NEON
See 16 AcrossSUBSTITUTES
See 16 AcrossBENCH
See 17 AcrossTHEHILL
See 18 AcrossSOLDIER
See 19 DownSOUL
See 20 DownLIST
Stirring up, making mischiefEVIL
Suspect seen burying thief’s knifeSNICKERSNEE
The first of two opposite points of viewEAST
This twisted, one-sided crowd with my team in a sort of spiritMOBIUSSTRIP
Volcano hunter unveiled in flash picture puzzleMOUNTEREBUS
Western Sydney area’s toasting this first?NEWYEARSDAY
Where the Sphinx is an old man, according to rumourGIZA

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – October 3 2017

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Are trips chosen to be choreographed for them?TERPSICHOREANS
Article fitted in giving support, something wooden mostly — peg leg?PROSTHETIC
Brown’s old city entertaining honoured memberUMBER
Celebrated with song uplifting wineSANGRIA
Disgust shown by element wanting leader goneODIUM
Eager desire that could be a feature of hotel initiallyASPIRATION
Furniture I had brought back by suitable transport?DIVANS
Grandma hugged by Margaret in in a statePENANG
It involves a sequence of matchesSERIALMONOGAMY
Mad sister and I tucked into caviar maybe in restaurantROTISSERIE
Meet actor struggling with long line of verseOCTAMETER
More than one agent stars — negligent, not right, to begin withEMISSARIES
Muddy and difficult course to the north? Propose to go southTURBID
Musical piece from choir turning aroundTRIO
Number one animal ultimately — that about it?LION
Old stone implement damaged the 15NEOLITH
Plans set up to provide rationed food?SPAM
Plant with unusual name presented to somebodyANEMONE
Proprietor to acknowledge one deserving royal treatmentOWNER
Provoke old fellows to wear something pinkFOMENT
Quietly helping four being imprisoned in state of hardshipPRIVATION
Retired folk that woman’s seen outside US universityHERMITS
Royal house with endless territory and a RollerLANCASTER
Something eaten at home, boxed by foreign eaterieAUBERGINE
Take off by the highest pointAPEX
Teacher of history maybe in after-school bar getting drunkBACHELOROFARTS
Undergo punishment, suffering at length? UntrueRUNTHEGAUNTLET
What goes round can go round in reverseROTOR

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – September 29 2017

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A head beginning to pass port around with breadPERCAPITA
A lobster camouflaged as fishBLOATERS
A yell rang out, coming from the throatLARYNGEAL
Areas without music house Native AmericansARAPAHO
Bottle of solution in alcoholSPIRIT
Controlled by software, evidently upsetAILED
Crowd’s run away, leaving bandTHONG
Dearest dad’s bad moodPOPPET
Furthermore, footballers turned upAFOOT
Having split, withstand betrayer?WEASEL
Hermit describes opening of Catch 22ESSENCE
I put out erotic novel — see cutsEVICTOR
Invulnerable as band appearing in fringeIRONCLAD
Must leave one following empty threatGOTTA
My pick occasionally cuts very wellYIKES
One minister comes in to see executiveDIRECTORATE
One selling space station returned with rocketREPRIMAND
Prophet put pig on crossZOROASTER
Proud, working for Scottish HeraldLORDLYON
Put to death or turned into target for abuseGARROTTE
Racial problems for American state?COLORADO
Serving soldiers meet with resistance?HARDBOILEDEGG
Strip search thus might be tricky workEYELESSINGAZA
Supply column tracked vehicleCATERPILLAR
Tea’s ready — I’ll get the breadCHAPATI
Venus possibly feeling early morning sunWILLIAMS
Wept, finding B&B in small dictionarySOBBED
What’s wrong when wife’s right? I’m curiousASKER

The Telegraph – Toughie Crossword Answers – September 27 2017

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Attending in lieu to appeasePLACATE
Award zero markOSCAR
Bite top off — or cutHEW
Can shoot, though second-rateTINPOT
Caught sand storms circling again?SNARED
Character said what tells character when to speakCUE
Covered up in stiff paper, it’s strongDRASTIC
Delightful thank you cardTAKING
Deliver pieTURNOVER
Derogatory remark about waist that’s going too farABITTHICK
Don’t allow when junior gets to bed on timeBOYCOTT
Either retiring or friendly and sociableOUTGOING
Feel destiny has it in store for family heir?ELDEST
Female that, boarding bus, may get items from garden centreSHE
Gives non-fishing actor angling role — with these results?MISCASTS
Having had small refill, corkSTOPUP
Hitch old airline’s admitted to in warm weatherHEATWAVE
Marks ‘Property of Hell?’NICKS
Member of team in Bermudas and T-shirt?SHORTSTOP
Network group of us bought, ought to junkWEB
No sign of — absent from eventNOTATRACE
Not having been polished by daily?UNEDITED
On to B for ‘bucatini’?PASTA
Said cargo compartment is no longer watertightHOLED
Showing effects of years in prison?TIMEWORN
So grasp to turn offSICKEN
Technically, more than half rioting could be racialETHNIC
Tennis watched on TV in bedroom?SECONDSET
This is fabricated — everything in it is somewhat implausibleTALLISH
Timeless secrets unfolded in breakRECESS
Vandalised letter boxes round surrounding area and standTOLERATE
Writing round border in yellowPRIMROSE