The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,412 – Jul 10 2020

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Affectionate expression boy uses freely about student BLESSYOU
Compensate occasionally greedy, grasping old man REPAY
Content to leave etching as an illustration FOREXAMPLE
Creations modelled from trash, mostly? ARTFORMS
Dance a lot when tipsy, according to accounts ANECDOTAL
Dietary supplement from which a queen benefits? ROYALJELLY
Dispute low temperature MOOT
Drunk back by hotel? Nonsense TOSH
Encourage female to abandon a facelift — it melted! FACILITATE
Exam’s first question was worrying, second is deemed comparable EQUATES
Feature performance involving special source of expertise ASPECT
Floral wreath kid is upset to put down GARLAND
Go in for chips without carp ENTER
Gobbles suet regularly, getting very overweight OBESE
Intended food must contain new ingredient MEANT
Key story that may not be true LEGEND
Knowledgeable about water sources? WELLINFORMED
Notice golfer finally, short distance off course ADRIFT
Respects detailed environmental articles husband disregarded GREETINGS
Revolutionary children’s entertainer? ROUNDABOUT
Rough game is supported by lowest social classes RUDE
Scrap audio tapes to some extent IOTA
Show up a House of Lords member, reportedly APPEAR
Slow people boring when crossing road DULLARDS
Song couple heard with others in Bury LAYTOREST
Spaniard visits solitary individuals, capitalists LONDONERS
Sweet smell, it’s apparently returning somewhat PASTILLE
The new stadium designed for West Ham United, perhaps? ANAGRAM
Traditional chorus in England, say, rendered around middle of July AULDLANGSYNE
Went to bed exhausted following ride I’d taken RETIRED