The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,732 – Oct 15 2021

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75 per cent of brewer’s output facing rash cuts ahead BEEHIVES
After retiring, President died ABED
Answer question the setter’s rejected at first as poorly composed AQUIVER
Behaving like Jack, King and Queen in service KNAVERY
Charge with indecency OFFENSIVE
Content of family tree is wrong, as it happens REALTIME
Day One, Two, Three … could be start of original new version of this? THEYEARDOT
Deep-voiced female singer in Toto? Get her to quit! ALTO
Dessert wine that may cause rumbling down below later AFTERSHOCK
Dull, sort of like pool? TARNISH
Exotic Asian lot? LAOTIANS
Fertiliser that’s good for minute valley GULCH
From the outset, besotted Romeo adored virtues of Juliet? BRAVO
If you clipped all of grey car’s fender, driver in front would be ____-_____ REARENDED
Japanese consumers love this piece of inglorious US history SUSHI
Last documents to be shredded after copper’s gone ENDMOST
Lech Walesa’s last letter hampers quiet youngster superficially SATYR
Lift status: ascent quiet if maintained within two years YUPPIFY
Message from Sky when A&E show suffers power cut AEROGRAMME
Met governor, one originally from Asia KHAN
Office worker lodges religious don who’s scraping to get by? FIDDLER
Peevishly incarcerating leader of Persians in Tyre CROSSPLY
Pen in support of form and decency MODESTY
Promise to go with you to the grave, perhaps UNDERTAKE
Scared witless, I’d gone — made me think INTIMATED
Skipping regularly, Kirby exercises leg, producing gas KRYPTON
Tat fringe on jumper during work time GROT
The way to make sea sprats in grapeseed for starter? DEEPFRYING
Thereafter car company fails to get foreign capital SOFIA
Vacuous troll barracking immature use of Net TRAWL
Viz not usual standard fare SCOFF
When cycling, criticise noiseless wheels TESLA

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,731 – Oct 14 2021

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A staggeringly insane sum for assistant AMANUENSIS
Accommodating bore with extremely high rental EAGERTOPLEASE
After scene, call for deal or settle perhaps using initial capital? PLACENAME
Air translated TV panel game from Middle East IRAQI
Blair’s alternative source of oil ORWELL
Case of rowing records being overturned SPAT
Decorate space in style of something hanging in church? EMBELLISH
Dee river in evening light DUSK
Don’t leave any more in this dire shambles DISINHERIT
Entertainment from crosswords? How bizarre! SHOWBIZ
Fool wasting time on central Colombian dialect IDIOM
He toiled to reset instrument THEODOLITE
I don’t know what will get me through security PASS
In new form, since I’m not comprehensively educated? OMNISCIENT
It could be cricket devotee’s location? INSECT
Note the broadcast about large fundraiser TELETHON
Old Queen having radical leader of Trotskyites imprisoned and punished for beliefs MARTYRED
One increasing volume direct from procurer EXPANDER
Parasite, small foul-smelling one SPONGER
Partnership has runs in it, that is plain PRAIRIE
Polish Conservative, outwardly disagreeable SCOUR
Politician identified as capable of promoting growth GREENFINGERED
Pupils progressing together with speed get help completing circuit CROCODILECLIP
Raid netting academic who’s out for a good time HEDONIST
Shark tracks fish where small fry are gathered NURSERYSCHOOL
State of agitation seeing return of s-spot TIZZ
Venue taking a long time to make comeback ARENA
Words of journalist flashing credentials to create effect IMPRESS

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,730 – Oct 13 2021

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A viewer’s problem crossing road block STYMIE
After a time, 5 make an effort ATTEMPT
Argument coming from retired coppers, perhaps EXCHANGE
Attractive? Not very, but cold and provoking INCITING
Banks taking possession of five old artistic works RELIEVOS
Blessed cooking salt in supply, finally SAINTLY
Bloodsucker seeing quarry on strike LAMPREY
Cable company needing a vote in support COAX
Chair seen in part of garden, mostly ROCKER
Cross and vulgar in audition ROOD
Early Christian vacancy in Wales discovered APOSTLE
Fish and chips at last with beer? Nonsense CODSWALLOP
Follows fix for flier’s spiral descent TAILSPIN
Formal character used in mail for dispatch IMPERSONAL
Greet criminal during depression as laundering agent DETERGENT
Interpret without regret and worker will be loyal CONSTANT
Key issue of doctor visiting family at home KINGPIN
Left student absorbed by reason mainly for a thickening of tissue CALLUS
Natural covering of wild nutmeg under tree, oddly TEGUMENT
Packs case of particularly strong drink SCRUMPY
Part of foot trapped in toilet locks mobility aid WHEELCHAIR
Pig or bloke drinking squash? Quite the other way round GOURMAND
Problem inspiring answer with new maths ASTHMA
Sign jacket of racy books here? LIBRARY
Soon to become first to leave list of saints ANON
Stone cottage in Brittany occupied by artist (northern) GRANITE
Swears spare time arranged must be occupied by Conservative IMPRECATES
These may cut lines on graph AXES
Treatment found as others smoke RESTCURE
Under new African organisation Spain gets resolution ENDURANCE

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,729 – Oct 12 2021

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Bond following hit comedy SLAPSTICK
Brothers over six feet? Too much to ask TALLORDER
Certain island behind fraud CONCRETE
Collar uneven, by the sound of it? RUFF
Crossword writer’s work background SETTING
Don: boy biting cheek SLIPON
Drunk has arrived — ha! SOTHERE
Endless cricket initially boring as tennis, surprisingly INCESSANT
Firmly established capitals of Togo, Eritrea and Djibouti found on map PLANTED
Fruit pots from China SATSUMA
Jelly, equally still ASPIC
Listening to children, give up CEDE
Lower a rail so diverted underneath church CHAROLAIS
Material on floor in prison I levered up LINO
Minister plugging domestic work record DIRECTORY
Minute arachnid TICK
Natural reaction isn’t unusual in case of cat INSTINCT
Noticeable beating STRIKING
OK taking touch before heavy weight lifted NOTBAD
Party nominators toyed with desperate choice (3,4,2,1,5) ANYPORTINASTORM
Perfect, best boy behind you, finally UTOPIAN
Pester hearty on tour of ship HASSLE
Rank deal: more cut off EARLDOM
Red mullet’s tail by itself, cooked LEFTIST
Rounding first of defenders, briefly follow winger GODWIT
Salute, installing leader of government in nautical post TOPMAST
Standard features with military badge STARSANDSTRIPES
The same ludicrous papers sent over DITTO
Therefore, one in airport has found way out SOLUTION
Very rare comic PRICELESS

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,728 – Oct 8 2021

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& 11 Where multiplier is losing touch with Jones and family? BEHIND
& 17 Is it 11 for Roman 9? MIRROR
& 21 Having knocked back ace narcotic, granny sets about a group of vigilantes GUARDIAN
& 23 Say which we collectively enjoy PEOPLE
& 7 Word from backwoodsmen? BUSH
Amount of ale editor’s finally consumed goes to press PRINTS
Barney violently ejected SPAT
Buffalo seen here after antelope NYALA
Car brand new and jack out, just notice wheels! DATSUN
Caught by then? NEXT
Get distorted from detailing complex mixed images on screen INLAID
High-pitch sound attracting fast runner — so it did for Hamelin’s rats PIPEMUSIC
Leader-writer that was forced out? EXPRESSED
Nervous of snakes? WINDY
Plant something ruby-coloured in ring to produce this reaction? BULLRUSH
Players at Belgrade Theatre’s premier singer REDSTART
Players natter about rising alternative rock band GAMERS
Present head of Gestapo with papers GIFT
Scrape off second slice of daily bread, dropping middle onto floor ABRADE
See 18 TELEGRAPH
See 24 ANGELS
See 26 IMAGE
See 5 Down THETIMES
See 9 POWER
Sell bike to receiver? PEDDLE
Send over third note, counter tracking packages REMAIL
Subway at first rates No.1 for sandwiches METRO
Turkish dish girlfriend’s brought west on stern of junk KEBAB
Up to nothing in Paris, son’s bored ARISEN
Using electronic communications without ID — unlike this puzzle PAPERLESS

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,727 – Oct 7 2021

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A little taken aback, interrupted by chap refusing to back down? ADAMANT
A sign restricting parking repeatedly in Middle East city ALEPPO
An opening for dramatics claimed by average awkward person SOANDSO
Armies move easily around Spain, uplifting the historic catering supplier HOSTESSTROLLEY
Attraction leading to attempt to marry? Legal intervention here Appealcourt
Character in series displaying power, enhancing northern show PADDINGTONBEAR
Collector in greyish-brown carrying amounts around DUSTMAN
Concern about profits almost entirely seen in marketplace? CARBOOTSALE
Couple and haul, moving weight forwards TWO
Crazy suggestion backed eating large dessert BANANASPLIT
Elevated speech from founder, losing one argument FALSETTO
Excluded over infiltrating organisation OUTOFIT
Have third thoughts about defensive structure? REDOUBT
Issue about a new projection CANOPY
Malt whisky confusing to man clutching old whiskey label TAMLAMOTOWN
No specific number entertained by popular hostelry INN
November in American harbour is rather hairy UNSHAVEN
Officer of the law rejected loophole COPOUT
Piano melody, getting loud, starts to unwind later in high-spirited style PLAYFUL
Race completely in control of Republicans GALLOP
Refuse to associate with second attempt securing expulsion of witches? SENDTOCOVENTRY
Region of India not Liberal in ambition GOA
Remains bored, withdrawing our team’s boxing debut at last DETRITUS
Someone complaining in manner having weight TONNAGE
Sum? Am splitting final figure ADD
Voluntary work involving keys will engross island OPTIONAL
Ways gunmen raised weapons ARSENAL
Work on a new look — continue appearing in shot, getting good in certain lines PLASTICSURGERY

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,726 – Oct 6 2021

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(T)horny problem? DILEMMA
American beer and most lager turns out to be rather pleasant AGREEABLE
Coach briefly played with Leeds United COALESCED
Express disapproval about one item that’s charged in lessons TUITION
Filthy cold caught in this country, also caught by many on vacation MUCKY
Grill hunting expedition over decapitated animal QUESTION
Having expelled extremists, Conservatives support entering ‘New Right’ candidate in race? ORIENTEER
He stops disparate voices coming together COHESIVE
Hide constant desire CACHE
Highest point for one turning into adult writer APOGEE
Journalist provided formality and structure EDIFICE
Led experimental programme on education PILOTED
Lord, soldier and best friend of royalty CORGI
Loving marriage vow is written in loveless language IDOLISING
Most peculiar aspect of childhood destiny ODDEST
Named detectives charged with case of torture CITED
Paying back value of property mainly controlled by cartel REQUITING
Person who doesn’t want company to issue shares before EREMITE
Person who holds up gown worn by bishop before Queen ROBBER
Place for putting inexperienced member of party GREEN
Quietly say, ‘Get clean clothes on!’ BREATHE
Sad trend, getting drunk, encapsulates what finishes George Best DARNEDEST
Said vegan perhaps could eat this VEGEMITE
Shut up nearest and dearest after losing second son CLOSET
Speaker leaking head of state’s post on social media TWEET
Start of invasion deployed sniper fire INSPIRE
This grant, in part, could be seen as accident-prone CONCEDE
Took one’s time boarding STOLE
Watched as the author cried out loud EYEBALLED
What, paradoxically, is spelt differently in dialect? IDENTICAL
Winger turned, ran and moved like this? DRIBBLED
Wood spirit is something used to promote Prohibition? DRYAD

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,725 – Oct 5 2021

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Avoidance of unpleasant reality, Houdini’s profession? ESCAPISM
Believe visitors will be short of time GUESS
Coffee brewed — nice aroma AMERICANO
Crazy rackets BATS
Dwelling’s dreadfully dire scene RESIDENCE
Elevated recreation involving English figures of speech TROPES
Female police officer and personnel DISTAFF
H aspirated incorrectly in lists of popular songs HITPARADES
In first act, I clapped skilful manoeuvre TACTIC
Italian runner making comeback with period theatre OPERA
Jubilant journalist backs upcoming story ELATED
Leafy shelter for violinist? BOWER
Light rising piece of music gliding away ELAPSING
Most insecure ones media tests unrestrainedly NEEDIEST
Overturned trading place’s means of transport TRAM
Overwhelm journalists after work OPPRESS
Pegs cut up PINS
Potentially refocusing, sets up for particular purpose CONFIGURES
Self-justification in fib I laughed about ALIBI
Sit around and essentially respect this play place SANDPIT
Stops consuming pastry dish to provide an impetus KICKSTART
Supplying water to crop or airing it somehow IRRIGATION
Support management acquiring large classroom item BLACKBOARD
Survive like the tenth batsman? OUTLAST
Swimmer takes little time these days MINNOW
This small hound surprisingly re-entered a brier ABERDEENTERRIER
Virtuoso violinist, one with no religion in Italy PAGANINI
Whirling motion of Merckx maybe EDDY
With care regularly correcting text acknowledging person’s role CREDITING

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,724 – Oct 1 2021

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Addresses held at this large relocating centre LECTERN
Appropriate time set on alarm clock? TROUSER
Car Mike gets out of AC Milan’s deal LANCIA
Comparatively vile in-laws consistently row NASTIER
Count Dracula marginally welcoming in French extras ADDENDA
Department prepared to defend head of research lab? DORDOGNE
Discharge letter by medical department following illness EFFLUENT
Famous pit in Tyneside hoisted tons EMINENT
Filling in hole, a dentist’s overbearing LEADEN
Habitual tumbler, jockey gets third knocking to head DRIER
Hawk’s so isolated in shade TALONED
Insurgent woman should be tethered by stake, they feel ANTENNAE
It’s impossible, climbing or descending NOTON
Keep can over fish piece STIRLINGCASTLE
Liberal character’s approval shouted during electronic music TOLERANCE
Little Richard upholding volume, essentially playful LUDIC
Modest shipping engineer liable to tax TIRING
Music genre sure transformed language DISCOURSE
Nautical position affects deserted seabird ASTERN
Number of vixen dash off northwards? FOURTEEN
One turns up incline in advanced driving area ATTENDEE
Perhaps schooner’s given to boss filled with whiskey TWOMASTER
Port on Adriatic’s eastern side? Split CLEFT
Rubbish drawer, with mainly bags in it DOODLER
Scrap every other staff member close to retirement ODDMENT
Sort of woolly bears run island ARRAN
Spar’s closed after class SETTO
Straightened out backside, wrinkly in audition REALIGNED
US maritime centre’s original dollar featured FORTLAUDERDALE
Visiting centre of Brunei, see swamp INUNDATE

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,723 – Sep 30 2021

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Advice to help beat Covid could make one feel annoyed GETTHENEEDLE
At home hesitation about a member of the family may be sensible INREASON
Attic’s in a mess — it’s shocking! STATIC
Bishop and Lord having good time spanning many years in club BLUDGEON
Dress to admire when given new hem ADORN
Gee, a cloud swirls round — as this is received on mountain! DECALOGUE
Greeting provided by Christian group with musical accompaniment SALUTE
Grumpy person, resident doubling up at the outset CODGER
Inspirited to be free — is out to be this? INTREPID
Limited parking leads to additional fuss POTHER
Macaroni ruined material MAROCAIN
Monarch fled, joining endeavour that would involve silly journeys? ERRANTRY
Monster that could make you weak at first and possibly nervy WYVERN
Most of Asian country penetrated by a train CHAIN
Nurse Grey is involved with our hospital procedure NEUROSURGERY
Perhaps make driverless car with China’s backing AUTOMATE
Periods of records covering old church EPOCHS
Plant in area captured by company of Roman soldiers CENTAURY
Rotter that was played down by cartoon curate? BADEGG
See fool strip in the restaurant NOODLE
Singer performing with love, entertaining millions DOMINGO
Someone ultimately wicked you may give a bad look EVILEYE
Sort of blue when meeting delightful bully PERSECUTE
They are out on cold nights showing courage, rest having been disturbed GRITTERS
Tidal floods? They are tedious BORES
Uncomfortable, being unable to receive visitors? NOTATHOME
What being abandoned could make for rawer nude? UNDERWEAR
Writer of leader in tabloid was furious RAGED