The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,248 – Jun 19 2019

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Audience engaged in that placeTHEATRE
Bread is thrown for gull or some suchSEABIRD
Bromide allowance covered by platoon’s leaderPLATITUDE
Brownie, for example, drew near artistCAMERA
Chapter on sex in pukka readingRECITAL
Charlie fell for the latest thingCRAZE
Court player provided with rightful goldSOLICITOR
Detective in the presence of monarch put offDETER
Down under article rewards gripping lyricANTIPODES
Ecstasy with district’s antelopeELAND
Fancy soaking up last bit of sun? It’s easy to getENCLAIR
For Parisians very change is a sin in the eyes of the churchTRESPASS
Furious as appropriate page is ripped outIRATE
Go over motor, the focus of auctionAUDIT
Go with a kitty — one of twins on the table?PEPPERPOT
Hunter clubs bears — hang on a minute!CHASER
I would back English poet, one to give outDISPENSER
Mean a lot being one who thrives on (or off) anotherPARASITE
Move to prompt returning items which support cavalrySTIRRUPS
Perennial is unknown beforehandYEARLY
Piffle a Conservative is spinningROTATORY
Pressure rising in choice brew of Getafix?POTION
Put out description of retired reporter?EXPRESS
Ravager — I’ll skip shattered desire about old defeated cityDESTROYER
Rushing around quietly doing what cartoon angels doHARPING
Some would say his (or her) term for next successorTHEIR
Son chuckling is bestSLAUGHTER
Stir too fancy a dishRISOTTO
Translator dying to be all over Twitter, Instagram, etcTREND
Unseating leader stems negotiationsTALKS
What’s on some ‘eads? Stop emergency procedureAIRLIFT
Who would tear into fool and trouble social worker?ASSAILANT

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,247 – Jun 18 2019

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A sailor’s heard in criminal actsASSAULTS
America facing new extremes of climate — period of reckoningUSANCE
Being led astray in fog, is calmer than all the othersMILDEST
Bill quickly embracing Maureen by railwayPROMONTORY
Confused Homer, apt sadly to make literary blunderMIXEDMETAPHOR
Copper’s beginning to advance in energetic caseACCUSATIVE
Curtailed welcome by relative? Anything but a welcoming word!AVAUNT
Devious when there’s little support within firmSTEELY
Fat should be reduced slightly — get fruitPLUM
Fish in ditch after river’s drainedTENCH
Following left-winger it’s hard to show old-fashioned faithTROTH
Ghost shortly returning after party and things we cannot nameDOODAHS
Governor’s office in state that’s absorbed region to the westSATRAPY
Heartless workers’ group set up — not liked by the toffsNONU
Hotel in very very cold French cityVICHY
I must follow obvious suggestionOVERTONE
Land suffering from arson attack?ALIGHT
Making the most of wise words, I celebrateMAXIMISING
More spirited female is starting row, putting male offFEISTIER
My sailor is one who hunted whalesAHAB
Port taking five hundred and six deliveries?DOVER
Shaft of tool held together by end of nailAXLE
Switzerland is so preserved, against joining in?CANTONED
Who’d caress son struggling to reveal personal plans?SHOWONESCARDS
Wine transported to merchantmontrachet
Worker taken on by king, not a good person for Rex?HANDLER

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,246 – Jun 14 2019

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A dandy tooASWELL
Almost aim too high — one beset by a lot possibly panicsOVERREACTIONS
Appreciate men stopping vulgar operaRUDDIGORE
Attic needs clearing out after student leavesGRECIAN
Boris perhaps oddly dour with number in governmentGODUNOV
Briefly boast about whaleORC
China second with extremely illegal bribePALMOIL
Disable starter in ice-cream van when changing coverINVALID
Endlessly sharpen broken toolSHAPER
Ever so slow to begin letterESS
Extra leg’s good for stuffing duckWIDGEON
Female sightseer removing braces systematicallySHE
Finally, for the record, present returned in amazementWONDER
Good man about which to laugh?JESTER
Harangue current clientele outsideTIRADE
India cutting travel film?MOVIE
Is after single old coin in unusual means testAMNIOCENTESIS
Mainly give adverse publicity angle in kindUNSELFISH
Old county book on jacketsCARDIGANSHIRE
Paint short girl, embracing ‘The Scream’?ACRYLIC
Piece of advice is clear — well-bred horse told to go insideNUGGET
Plane once flew briefly around CanadaHURRICANE
Reprimand frontiersman for strippingROCKET
Savvy geek with deal blown unexpectedlyKNOWLEDGEABLE
Some waste eaten by dog — numskull — rolling overMUNGO
Take aim to bag birdKEA
The best possible year on record after exchangeEVERY
They’re right between north and east or south and westANGLES
Thriller with intro and finale swapped in a twist of sorts?RINGLET
Wife and partner, one turning to hold hands in kind of romance?WHIRLWIND
Without question, marquess changed into rubberMASSEUR
Woman has article translated from English to French in a Channel Island?LUNDY

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,245 – Jun 13 2019

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Agreed to accommodate grand movement of the massesSURGE
Article falls from part of flight producing commotionSTIR
Avoid garbage collectorSKIP
College that is blocking alternative source of lecturesORIEL
Commit money received, subsequently reducing gambleTAKETHEPLUNGE
Criticism showing reduction in scaleFLAK
Cut up about newsman interrupting praise for trainingADULTEDUCATION
Dry river passing through current place (middle of factory yard)THIRSTY
Father retreating amidst a lot of political upheaval in holiday venueCORFU
Funny thing about time with mum being aceHOTSHOT
High-flier’s position? Family’s taken aback about thatSPUTNIK
One captures most of kingdom in fairytale situationUNREALITY
Over-excited, fail to hold gaze, missing initial connectionHYPERLINK
Positive sales talk is what identifies good auditorsABSOLUTEPITCH
Pulse racing about choir, nothing less, offering gloomy tonesSEPULCHRAL
Rather daring in the way of osso buco?NEARTHEKNUCKLE
Restriction limiting head of Government’s time in powerREIGN
Revolutionary times after importation of British weaponSABRE
Rotten bounder back chasing powerPOOR
Science films covering year probing hydrogen and sulphurPHYSICS
Second figure of speech framing hard stanzaSTROPHE
Study about financial district: clearly lacking guts and proper behaviourDECENCY
Suggestion about international group making connectionTIEUP
Think highly of that female character one’s encountered in chapterCHERISH
Traveller, not completely drunk, swallowing first drop of gin, the nasty creatureHOBGOBLIN
Trial? There’s some magistrates thereTEST
Way to get money but not wife? It’s sneakySTEALTH
What describes the Northern English around outskirts of York?TYKE
What’s used to verify threat to King going over borderCHECKLIST
Writer I found in confines of cell attached to main prisonLEADPENCIL

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,244 – Jun 12 2019

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A German newspaper retracted spontaneous commentADLIB
Actress called Greta amazing as chic lead in CamilleSCACCHI
Argue about your old mayor?WORTHY
Bird of prey alights around part of ScotlandLOWLANDS
Cheats involved cruel boss in scamsDOUBLECROSSES
Cohort fighting on horseback around SpainAGEGROUP
Composer protege of Gabriel Garcia Marquez?ELGAR
Consider extremely elegant hairstyleMULLET
Disappear with Romeo in Japan?VARNISH
Disguise for jailbreaker in famous tale from Hollywood stripLAUNDRESS
Dog not second class but it’s well below parEAGLE
Fellow goes round motorway in what might be battered FiatCOMMAND
Good university disco includes One DirectionGUIDANCE
Hair raising devices for sailorsLOCKS
I’m Carton in disguise as Darnay perhapsROMANTIC
One getting rid of vermin has way of working with consumerMOUSER
One has no intention of buying computer system with large storage facilityWINDOWSHOPPER
One reluctant to mate perhaps has the makings of a parentPANDA
Organised special op controlled by bishopEPISCOPAL
Peace gesture that will come to a ‘sticky’ endOLIVEBRANCH
Simple conundrum for Sherlock?HOMESPUN
Student found with ecstasy after arrest gets stirBUSTLE
Suffer because of dogINCUR
Teacher’s perhaps to express contempt for one workingDISTILLER
They fix pitch to get bats out with a spinnerPIANOTUNERS
What can make meats tender is attached to thisSTEAMLOCO
Who Wooster might have addressed bald one casuallyOLDBEAN
Writer believed to have written all the works of ShakespeareQUILLPEN

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,243 – Jun 11 2019

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Balance tipping in bar billiardsLIBRA
Bird a bit on edgePARTRIDGE
Black book offered at knock-down price, it’s inferred?SABLE
Certain demarcationBOUND
Copper’s work, remarkableARRESTING
Down-and-out finds something to eat in drinking establishmentBEGGAR
European character in a pub in part of California?ALPHA
Everton players initially entering in kit say, blueDEPRESSED
Females penning funny old sketchesDOODLES
Flip over to dry fishTURBOT
Grenadier shot, looking at things againREREADING
Hands stickSTAFF
Juice knocked back, have a go at cakePASTRY
Last drink, down it goes!BOTTOMSUP
Liquid in garage boxes for all to see, one can measure waterRAINGAUGE
Met tides, as if at seaSATISFIED
More insolent English supporterBRASSIERE
Neanderthal comment by judge on Europeans, one seeking shelterREFUGEE
Old picture, very defining workTOPHAT
Old trousers on? Yes!AGREED
One in seven ignores a mean ruleDYNASTY
One in ten, say, like vermouthDIGIT
One translated secret code for freeUNPIN
Open beer perhaps carried outCANDID
Ordinal rewritten with tenetTWENTIETH
Pickled spreadPLASTERED
Put on, then ushered offADDLED
Standing supporter safe, as electric fences offEASEL
Step up then as wobblyHASTEN
Sticky on the road? Drag one’s feetTARRY
Two people, second character firstBRACE
Understands gun in possession of womanGATHERS

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,238 – May 31 2019

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A Southern place for layers?ASCOT
Best to turn up during dog show at Crufts?TRIAL
Camp Zulu stripped in silenceGULAG
Chuck Berry’s fabulous jam?AIRGUITAR
Cloth clobber American bishop going WestBATIK
Drink with a female, chasing almost ten nickerTEALEAF
Elephant’s foot roughly finding trunkTORSO
Gadabout tenor with QueenDRIFTER
Help to totter Crown, we hear?Checksum
Hint of yellow added into cooler shade of blueCYAN
Horribly punish one going on bender?KNEECAP
Kid’s hard, picked up fellers’ targets?HOAX
Last war’s ending advanced jolly old profARMAGEDDON
Many commuters forget it in traditional travellingTRAINLOAD
Masculine men brawl when weekend begins?TOMORROW
Owned, but with 100% mortgage?ALLOWED
Ozzie bouncer oh so wideROOMY
Problem when shareholders’ meeting gets into papersQUAGMIRE
Retro version of curse in Red Dwarf?STAR
Revamped roads with green floral featureROSEGARDEN
Show how you can make a ropeROCKOPERA
Sole occupant of vacant seaside mobile home?HERMITCRAB
Starter: Where’s Paris? Answer: __ __yINTRO
Transporter used for hot dog and fish mealsSKATEBOARD
Tweet, greeting runs in competitionCHIRRUP
United embroiled by unseemly suicidal dramaICLAUDIUS
Use soap and drierFLATTER
Vessel departs for South in pompDHOW
Where (unspecifically) to find more information on leak?SEEPAGE
With Rome’s agreement, live song’s sent up here in RussiaSIBERIA
Yikes, this patient could be unmistakeably sickAMBULANT
Yuck! Roman leader on bow is cut in twoLURVE

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,237 – May 30 2019

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Advance without backup, sayLOAN
Aggravate raw or sensitive bitsWORSEN
Beam embraces sweetheart, chasing other’s heart nextTHEREAFTER
Bootlicking troops trailing officerSMARMY
Brown and olive almost describes a fabricDUNGAREE
Cheer welcoming city Conservative getting reduced constituencyELECTORATE
Country absolutely not embracing RepublicanNORWAY
Dissolute Frenchman rising to become stud?FASTENER
Film’s angle is regularly producing picturesIMAGES
Heavy metal’s first guitaristLEAD
In goal catching shot? On the contraryTRENDY
Legion of dead nearly stir with energy elevatedNUMEROUS
Lift English vessel, in part liftedELEVATOR
Make water pipe’s opening leakWEEP
Only just see following pubBARELY
Order twisted vagrant to keep distance, finally furtherMOREOVER
Overturned U-boat reportedly hunted in dockSUBTRACT
Retreat is a quiet ruin in retreatASHRAM
Seasoning of salt since covered by sarnie’s fillingTARRAGON
Slowest set pace holding up most fitAPTEST
Spiteful bloke, not loveless, accepts rejected affectionMALEVOLENT
Spotted grebe’s close circling river unruffledSERENE
Start to stride and take even pacesSTEP
Take off after ace right here?AIRSTRIP
Tell story about twice?TATTLE
Twist and Shout’s number two, breaking recordWRITHE
Weak with crying with stomach heavingWATERY
Wicket bowler possibly cut taking nothing at allWHATSOEVER

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,234 – May 24 2019

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Ancient writer, close to ninety, brought in pedestal and reeled aboutPLINYTHEELDER
Crooked pair entering need to get cosmeticsWARPAINT
Crowd start to rally in a symbol of peaceDROVE
Dad’s holding up fizzy Cola drinkALCOPOP
Energetic Nicoise revolutionary embracing driveINCITE
Former statesman’s dismay following rogue casing hotelCHURCHILL
He’s abroad and on peak, carrying through dream to crack what’s unknown?EDMUNDHILLARY
Heather needs posh car when taking out male dish in Milan?LINGUINI
Impassive old Conservative admitted to jointUNEXCITED
In delight, soldier finds Scottish locationGLENCOE
In the saddle, senior community separately returned to huntPURSUE
Laurel and Hardy character might get thisGEORGECROSS
Least confident bird bypassing mass on certain days of the yearTIMIDEST
Long path’s edging drawn with stern authorityPILGRIMSWAY
Meal that’s appreciated by Jack and fiancée on a regular basisTAJINE
News updates about corrupt iTunes being out of date?RUSTINESS
One-time designer of software avoiding type of driverPUGIN
Panda’s injury mark covering large muscleSQUADCAR
Particular sketch intensively read by Brad, sayTHUMBNAIL
Popular? I’m surprised work’s given to me!INMYBOOK
Referee’s essentially hard on one using teethARBITER
Remote country home in competition for fuelBENZINE
Second staple put on back of carpetTRICE
Settle for discussion in which place? Oxford maybeFOOTWEAR
The French academic’s deceivedLEDON
Times editor leading with the same as the i?DOTTED
United’s latest goalkeeper?INONE
With son moving last, stand up for star groupARIES

The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,233 – May 23 2019

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… exercise in media high pointsPRESSUPS
Announce with speed and fluency: ‘Dance cancelled’REELOFF
Approve of note received by fliers? Yes, at firstRATIFY
Batman maybe visibly embarrassed when shown up in airportORDERLY
Curiously, a dispute is shelvedPUTASIDE
Eatery where there’s no waiting!CAFETERIA
English pensioners spoken for?ENGAGED
Fluids (gallons) and lubricant overturned in female accommodationSERAGLIO
German mark in ultimatum: short period’s left in shake-upUMLAUT
Girl raised to display virtueASSET
Grant possibly presented to son for this 13SCARY
Invader that is getting among frenzied grebesBESIEGER
It creates added interest in ceps, I fancySPICE
It’s fiery nobleman restraining pagesPEPPER
It’s hot where boy ends semester, we hearTURMERIC
It’s pungent, mother, inside vehicle (old 1000)CARDAMOM
Lenient with drip involved in counterfeitingFORGIVING
Mushroom cloud’s heading after Gagarin, whose shield’s shotAGARIC
One like Madeley, e.g., ‘she’ could be a guy, not an …AGONYAUNT
One’s blown away by mad Peruvian climberPARVENU
Pictures of Evangelists left with head of Tate stolen and circulatedENVISAGES
Regular characters aboard HMS Archer providing something fragrantMACE
Small change in Russia — swaggering leader is restricting exercise!COPECK
Some malevolent eco-vandal set about birdAVOCET
Spoils photos with top man inPICKINGS
The setter departs Ellan Vannin in styleIDIOM
They gain fresh employment with Man U, perhaps — about to negotiate endlesslyRETREADS
This 13 occasionally goes in pubPOSH
This 13’s opening in middle of this yearSPORTY
This 13’s piquant, shows spirit and starts to galvanize every reviewerGINGER
This 13’s with bishop in alcoveBABY
What’s played in part of Scotland?FIFE