The Sun – Two Speed Crossword Answers – Mar 4 2021

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A hut built for headless writer AUTHOR
An outside line to ring? TANGENT
Autocrat DESPOT
Bag with tea in and sweetener SACCHARIN
Bottle in container vessel NERVE
Brown shade as pie cooked SEPIA
Caught hiding in sand, one never learns DUNCE
Character behind church pew CHAIR
Colorado resort ASPEN
Courage NERVE
Cut round opening in pine for sap DEPLETE
Decamp as Bond collapses with cold ABSCOND
Democrat altered route: circuitous one? DETOUR
Diversion DETOUR
Droop SAG
Endless goodness in cake fragment? CRUMB
Fall from heights again SAG
Firm keeping nothing in store HOARD
Foolish talk PRATTLE
Frozen spike ICICLE
Gatwick, e.g AIRPORT
Hatchet AXE
Howler makes loud noise by monarch CLANGER
Leading Tories are honourable UPRIGHT
Leave secretly ABSCOND
Murderous desire BLOODLUST
Novelist AUTHOR
Panes smashed in Poplar ASPEN
Parrot madly circles one transport hub AIRPORT
Performing song live ONAIR
Reddish-brown tone SEPIA
Sediment DEPOSIT
Shining example PARAGON
Simpleton DUNCE
Single seat CHAIR
Small amount CRUMB
Soldier to drop, almost dead, reveals pattern PARAGON
Sugar substitute SACCHARIN
Top side making down-payment DEPOSIT
Trap let loose produces gossip PRATTLE
Trig function TANGENT
TV studio sign ONAIR
Tyrant ultimately dies in warehouse DESPOT
Uncompromising GI getting in free RIGID
Urge to kill bull stood out BLOODLUST
Valuables kept HOARD
Vertical UPRIGHT
Watch old boy attend to customers OBSERVE
Weapon carried by hoaxers AXE
Winter eavesdropper right to leave one gang ICICLE
Working at last with file, hold tightly GRASP