Crossword Clues Start With "A"

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  • - Awareness of wrongdoing, in criminal law
  • - Legal term meaning "guilty mind"
  • - Criminal intent, in law
  • - Aromatic substances for keeping cowboy footwear fresh?
  • - Action figure of a Marvel character?
  • - Auto company founded in 1905
  • - Rockers ... Speedwagon
  • - car built by olds
  • - Arrest suspect on vacation, needing regular lawsuits
  • - Period or state of inactivity or equilibrium
  • - Stagnation in the flow of body fluids
  • - Acting crew
  • - Pitch and all the players?
  • - "... Away" (2000 Tom Hanks film)
  • - Al or Bobby of auto racing
  • - al —, us motor racing driver; 1987 indianapolis 500 winner
  • - Noted surname in racing
  • - Alpha ... [fellow who takes charge]
  • - Like every NFL player
  • - Drake, bull, or tom
  • - A bird in the ... is worth two in the bush
  • - Pass employee
  • - mitten's contents
  • - Antiques Roadshow network
  • - Death in Paradise airer
  • - ... NewsHour (daily information series)
  • - A sniggler catches it
  • - Jellied fish in a traditional English dish
  • - back of the foot, in cockney
  • - Avoiding extremes
  • - Check river in China
  • - read to me but in a way that's not extreme
  • - Appropriate weapon for a British soldier
  • - thomas could pull its trigger, no doubt?
  • - Mount Cook overlooks exercise centre set up by one fired for fighting during second World War
  • - auto body's bane
  • - Orange rust that appears on iron and steel
  • - gradual decay such as from rusting
  • - attacked like a leopard
  • - Attacked suddenly.
  • - Emulated Hobbes greeting Calvin
  • - a thin, filled pancake
  • - pancake american native consumes quietly
  • - Cloth seller plugging jacket of cashmere
  • - A day to support Saint David, for example
  • - Law has no time for piece of sculpture
  • - figure there's no time for law
  • - Assistant referee's helper books oddly trim Italian star
  • - Luciano ......, Italian opera singer
  • - Luciano ......, legendary Italian opera singer
  • - A snooty type upset over current style of Japanese art
  • - Elitist sent up excellent miniature
  • - Japanese tree art
  • - As stated, you look for a place in Africa
  • - Country bordered by Rwanda and South Sudan
  • - Not all snug and appreciative of the country
  • - Artist profits, having place for market in London
  • - Painter wins town in local elections?
  • - 18th Century English painter
  • - A bully occasionally dismissed in a deft manner
  • - Probably it's only half in an efficient way
  • - in a competent capable manner
  • - anything to add to make all hours?
  • - cole porter song that took the entire 24 hours to write?
  • - All the time — Cole Porter song from the 1932 musical Gay Divorce
  • - a window set in a ceiling or roof at the same angle
  • - Window in a roof or ceiling
  • - Window in the ceiling
  • - african country in which the no. 1 ladies' detective agency is set
  • - Country bird hiding in wrecked boat
  • - Should edgy antiquarian allow shiniest orb to be lifted from this country?
  • - a short-billed wading bird often found by water
  • - Flighty, pigheaded admirer
  • - Pair entertaining great fondness for shore bird
  • - a slender appendage in an animal usually for gripping or moving about
  • - Arm 10 with whip turned on the French
  • - flexible organ, magical object with a change at the start
  • - a subset of the internet with addresses sharing a common suffix
  • - Party I held in bloke's field
  • - i am returning when the fellow is around the estate
  • - a large single upright block of stone often serving as a monument
  • - single massive rock standing upright
  • - Old boy likes to construct a pillar of stone
  • - amerigo vespucci was a noted italian one
  • - First to travel through a region
  • - Myths occupying old priest's first US mission
  • - a blue dye once used to treat wounds
  • - It made old people look blue
  • - it was used as a blue dyestuff
  • - a hard seed in a cherry, peach or plum
  • - Fourteen pounds in tattered notes
  • - "Rolling ....." is a monthly magazine that is primarily focused on popular culture
  • - a lively spanish dance for two people in triple time
  • - Buff black belt and leave dance
  • - spanish dance making supporter, man, leave
  • - a small chamber in a building, typically leading to a larger one
  • - Waiting place smells of formic acid reportedly
  • - advance payment to make fast on return to hallway
  • - a learner among outsiders in brigade of a skilled nature
  • - Ready, willing and ..
  • - to truly laugh, you must be ........ to take your pain, and play with it! (charlie chaplin)
  • - a shelled food rejected for a schooling fish
  • - another name for the large marine fish called a tunny
  • - Aroma that may induce meowing
  • - a delay accepted by graduate in spanish city
  • - in which city was pablo picasso born?
  • - Port in Andalusia
  • - about to receive a delivery in protest against employer
  • - Downed tools
  • - Position batsman takes perhaps is not working
  • - Animal in healthy enactment
  • - Most common carnivore in Africa
  • - Doglike carnivore with long legs and coarse mane
  • - Auto racing great Foyt et al.
  • - Actress Cook and wrestler Styles
  • - Racecar driver Foyt and CNN Headline News host Hammer
  • - Access code to use an ATM
  • - Debit purchase input
  • - ...-drop silence
  • - Abu Dhabi's group: Abbr.
  • - Dubai's and Sharjah's country: Abbr.
  • - mideast nation, for short
  • - Alternate spelling for FAIRY
  • - Fantastic country is fine, with a lake
  • - Home of whiskey a force to be recalled in the world of spirits
  • - an ideal husband author
  • - oscar - - -, irish playwright
  • - Film deer in prime locations after Western gets an Oscar
  • - art of engraving designs into gems – ligation [anag.]
  • - Oil giant disrupted relief work
  • - Printmaking technique which creates the opposite effect to a relief print
  • - a doctor, filled with rage, upset container for drink
  • - Black coffee variety
  • - texan, say, with nothing to drink
  • - Ariana Grande, to Arianators, e.g.
  • - American __ (talent show)
  • - one with unusual old object of worship
  • - A Jedi mentor, he was
  • - "Star Wars" character who first appears in "The Empire Strikes Back"
  • - Jedi who asked "Judge me by my size, do you?
  • - African fly with a reduplicative name
  • - Fly from a mixed double set
  • - Fly in some candidates testing for promotion
  • - actress rae who portrayed president barbie in "barbie"
  • - Somali people living in Djibouti
  • - Information Systems Security Association, in short
  • - affluent suburb of minneapolis
  • - city sw of minneapolis
  • - ... Monsoon is Jennifer Saunders's character in AbFab
  • - aid in diagnosing acl injuries
  • - Sports docs scan
  • - Dr.'s 3D scan
  • - al's "sea of love" co-star
  • - ..... DeGeneres is the TV personality whose cover on Time Magazine had the headline "Yep, I'm Gay"
  • - woman found in hostel, lengthily
  • - as produced by experimental press?
  • - does it carry experimental news for the examinee?
  • - question sheet
  • - abandonment when one's tired out
  • - Abandonment of one's post
  • - the crime of the turncoat in the wilderness charge
  • - admitted a little old lady with a familiar name
  • - admittedly, legend sounded off
  • - gave permission for ted to meet his grandmother
  • - an increase in literal misstatement
  • - "... and shine!" ("Wake up!")
  • - TV's "All ...."
  • - a thousand pounds for a piano
  • - Piano size
  • - Informal term for ---,000
  • - a number of persons with cornets
  • - figures it's only one among hundreds
  • - weather signals provided by an individual in the civil service
  • - an understanding disciple
  • - Disciple or adherent
  • - One's successor as a swain?
  • - a backward idiot not joining in
  • - Potato dish fine, or a pudding served up cold?
  • - Distant and reserved
  • - alloy that is used for golf club
  • - Alloy that's used for golf club
  • - [Golf] One-time name for a number two wood
  • - a girl of meagre talent
  • - Hollywood icon, .. Garbo
  • - .... thunberg, activist
  • - a dramatic broadcast
  • - production that makes waves?
  • - 1938's "The War of the Worlds," e.g.
  • - Allow event generating more output from the server
  • - Live and __ Die
  • - allow to hire
  • - Abrupt rudeness upset client
  • - Ultimate recipient ensured muddle
  • - consumer who endures flexibly?
  • - Ancient city - one having new area with restricted parking
  • - Location of Greek oracle guided retreating Greek character
  • - i'd help reconstruction of this greek city
  • - alfred ..., director of film thrillers sabotage and saboteur
  • - 2012 biopic starring Anthony Hopkins as an iconic British film director
  • - psycho director
  • - ann ..., author of 2013 science fiction novel ancillary justice
  • - adjacent bed is changing direction
  • - Be on the team in addition
  • - next to keys on edge
  • - appeased with food
  • - Spherical veggies in pods
  • - Aloo mutter ingredients
  • - Advanced professor's degree: Abbr.
  • - Degree for many a professor [Abbr]
  • - Doctorate degree
  • - "Avatar: The ... Airbender," 2024 TV series
  • - the french way to survive
  • - Least likely final
  • - "A Letter to Three ...," 1949 Academy Award-winning romantic drama with a trio's number in its title
  • - The W of wags
  • - "The Merry ... of Windsor" (Shakespeare play)
  • - Actress Anderson from "Baywatch," lovingly
  • - Ferris or Ayres?
  • - Brand of cooking spray with such varieties as Olive Oil and Grilling
  • - Alleged site of a UFO crash
  • - City in New Mexico known for UFO landings
  • - Town associated with a 1947 crash
  • - A type of breakfast, Quaker ..
  • - Stallion's supper
  • - changes as to fodder
  • - A large cat
  • - Cat turned up before morning
  • - large, american feline mammal also called a cougar or mountain lion
  • - A ... is not without honor except in his own country
  • - support the bad seer
  • - Forecaster may hold up the renovation
  • - Actress Stewart who played Bella in "Twilight"
  • - Stewart who plays Diana in "Spencer"
  • - ... Stewart, multiple award-winning actress who portrayed Princess Diana in the film "Spencer"
  • - abbreviation for late latin
  • - Lebanese pound symbol
  • - monarch's representative [abbr]
  • - a long metal pole used for weightlifting
  • - Weightlifter's equipment
  • - metal bar used for weightlifting
  • - ad ...., 2019 space thriller with brad pitt
  • - Popular make of car from Vauxhall
  • - Ad ... (Latin for "to the stars")
  • - allan ..., protagonist of the novel 'king solomon's mines'
  • - activity for which harry houdini was renowned
  • - Key game involving a drained Grimsby, struggling to get out of the box?
  • - Theatrical release of captive with key, saying sorry
  • - area of post-war construction in glasgow where new streets were named after scots islands
  • - John ..., English poet who wrote the epic poem "Paradise Lost"
  • - A jubilee city?
  • - argyll and bute peninsula, subject of a wings song
  • - Song co-written by Paul McCartney and Denny Laine which Susan Boyle performed at Windsor Castle: 3 wds.
  • - act as stand-in on behalf of
  • - Protect, in a way
  • - Temporarily act in place of [a colleague]
  • - area where a freshwater river meets a sea
  • - Mouth of a river subject to tidal movement
  • - true, say, about mouth
  • - andrew ..., composer behind musicals such as 'cats' and 'evita'
  • - Alongside one another
  • - Organise bar with teas arranged side by side
  • - Level with sailor and engineer when getting out, finally
  • - A diversion on Father's Day
  • - "A leisure activity that's beyond me," I put in
  • - Recreation for Father's Day
  • - American composer of Night and Day
  • - American composer and songwriter whose works include the musical comedy Anything Goes
  • - Composer whose 125th birth anniversary was celebrated in June: 2 wds.
  • - Alesha Dixon's old group
  • - Aggressive cartilage fish with dark vertical stripes
  • - All-over wash
  • - Bath tablet
  • - Heard they are banishing leaders overthrown in English city
  • - Assemble again [of troops]
  • - Make a new formation
  • - Regather
  • - Action that produces a vacuum
  • - process of drawing out count is complicated
  • - pulling in
  • - Adjective for Thomas the Apostle
  • - Skeptic's specialty
  • - Like Thomas
  • - Ali Hazelwood novella about an environmental engineer who is roommates with a big-oil lawyer [3 wds]
  • - Ali Hazelwood novella about a NASA engineer stranded at an Arctic research station [2 wds]
  • - Beyond cool?
  • - Like some harsh weather
  • - Ali Hazelwood novel about an affair between a biotech engineer and a wealthy investor [3 wds]
  • - All right, either way one queen is more eccentric
  • - Not as ordinary
  • - More offbeat
  • - Astonish when Easter egg doubly discovered and cracked?
  • - Surprise the man with the guns stands to get
  • - Limp surprise
  • - Able to be tested
  • - A break in proceedings
  • - holiday niche
  • - Playtime during school hours
  • - Address in a hyperlink: Abbr.
  • - Address that's often shown in blue letters
  • - address that contains a dot (abbr.)
  • - Argylle actor John
  • - You can't see me! wrestler
  • - Fast X actor John
  • - Advanced degree for an entrepreneur: Abbr.
  • - Postgraduate business degree
  • - Degree in business
  • - Actor Alan of "Ray Donovan"
  • - 87-year-old actor Alan
  • - Guy in a jeep on '70s 'TV Guide' covers
  • - "All at ... You Love Her"
  • - in times gone by, was part of concert
  • - formerly seen in concert
  • - allow traffic to pass
  • - Surrender the harvest
  • - Give way or surrender
  • - An affected manner
  • - tunes assumed by superior people
  • - haughty affectations
  • - A sovereign's establishment
  • - hampton ...... maze (east molesey, england, attraction)
  • - Woo with love, in short!
  • - A disguise
  • - Wedding accessory
  • - Salome's dance accessory
  • - Advocates collectively
  • - Place to order a beer
  • - Spot to drink shots
  • - A collection of service people perhaps
  • - give politician the money collected in church
  • - Collection from a congregation
  • - A legislative term?
  • - Get-together, meeting
  • - Parliamentary sitting
  • - Almost all stop outside as usual
  • - Stop including almost everything that is fairly common
  • - Stop drinking endless beer, it's common
  • - An old missile that keeps making a comeback
  • - Kangaroo a new Guinea weapon
  • - Toy that returns to its user
  • - Accompanied by daughter to take inside measurement
  • - Measurement or extent from side-to-side
  • - How thick one is, being made fast with end of cloth
  • - At that point, it's repeatedly said to offer reassurance
  • - In that location
  • - At that point, giving an exclamation of triumph
  • - Audibly protested about eg John, Paul, or George [not Ringo] being amplified
  • - gave another shot?
  • - Shouts disapproval at actor Danson when encouraged
  • - a heavy blow sl
  • - £1 note
  • - A blow that shook Nero
  • - a hired thug us sl
  • - Milligan, Sellers, Secombe or Bentine?
  • - maybe spike milligan's rabbit
  • - armchair which angles back
  • - Comfy chair from ruin, we're told, on cruise ship
  • - about cold ship having somewhere comfortable
  • - associated with formal writing
  • - bookish king's trapped in alternative reality
  • - "The Guernsey ... and Potato Peel Pie Society," 2008 epistolary novel by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
  • - associations that are the cosiest i.e. huddled together
  • - In this way, large towns contain eastern communities
  • - communal units
  • - almond flavoured eccentric?
  • - Like brown butter
  • - Very eccentric (informal)
  • - a basic principle
  • - Regulation particular to a stadium
  • - a sleeping car on a european railway
  • - In-law got disoriented in sleeping car
  • - Sleeping car on a continental train
  • - a sea voyage taken for pleasure and usually stopping at several places
  • - actor tom's holiday trip by boat
  • - Top Gun: Maverick hero, Tom ..., pictured right
  • - a figure of a lamb bearing a religious cross or flag
  • - Lied sung after retiring includes lyrics from liturgy
  • - After mass, mad genius composed music for it
  • - a white crystalline alkaloid used for treating asthma and hay fever
  • - ........ agreement, another term for a lease
  • - learnt about fee
  • - Cost of hire
  • - agricultural plot in an urban area used for producing food
  • - a yellowish component in dressing?
  • - Something used by cook, as it happens, in modified olio
  • - Frying agent pressed from a fruit
  • - a sea voyage taken for pleasure and usually stopping at several places
  • - actor tom's holiday trip by boat
  • - Top Gun: Maverick hero, Tom ..., pictured right
  • - a model
  • - Write on a computer by pressing keys
  • - kind to use machine to write
  • - an ecclesiastic abbr
  • - a slippy kind of thing in your weekly money
  • - Yes, mistake occurs after pressure to provide proof of earnings
  • - It shows one's ready to be taken home
  • - attempting to end in commerce, and so began again
  • - at last, but it's first in the map collection
  • - Book that's all mapped out?
  • - finally doesn't finish book
  • - a short loose-fitting jacket that fits tightly around the waist
  • - Loose-fitting jacket
  • - Garment, mostly blue, soon ruined
  • - a shiny metal noted for its resistance to corrosion in seawater
  • - metal giant finds one with hesitation
  • - Strong lightweight metal
  • - a gender-neutral name of old german origin
  • - Person pushin' or shovin', roughly speaking?
  • - a group of eggs laid in a single session and incubated together
  • - Strapless purse
  • - keep tight hold of the eggs
  • - a spiky-flowered plant whose name comes from the greek for 'thorn'
  • - Herbaceous plant with white or purple flowers
  • - A container like this for the plant
  • - an equestrian day event with races on horseback, typically for children
  • - Jim Carr said nah to a horsey event
  • - I'm amazed about king entering African country's sporting event
  • - a code of silence about criminal activity among the mafia
  • - Word from Italian meaning conspiracy of silence
  • - conspiracy of silence revealed by newcomer talking
  • - a series of events on tour around the country, especially by musicians
  • - Entertainment by a troupe on tour
  • - Travelling entertainment series entertains Bill's house
  • - african capital? family has to enter it
  • - Tribe owns a housing society in DRC location
  • - in which capital city did the "rumble in the jungle" take place?
  • - artist in part of east london showing colourful arch?
  • - Gay pride flag's design
  • - Colourful atmospheric phenomenon
  • - Alternative to Bob Evans
  • - 24-hour chain
  • - Home of the Grand Slamwich
  • - Away without permission, abbr.
  • - No-no military leave
  • - Nowhere to be found: Abbr
  • - Articulates silently
  • - Bay openings
  • - 1000 shout out using them
  • - animal rebuilt log lair
  • - African vegetarian has toast and a bagel gets eaten
  • - animal studied by dian fossey
  • - arboreal symbols of strength
  • - woodland sights — wild rose and teak
  • - Acorn-bearing forest plants: 2 wds.
  • - anatomical concavity
  • - Non-protruding belly button type, informally
  • - Common type of bellybutton
  • - apple device platform
  • - Platform for Apple phones
  • - thus i return to greek island
  • - arwen portrayer tyler
  • - ... Golf (controversial new sports organization)
  • - new golf rival to the pga
  • - a, in vegas
  • - club that usually can't be beat?
  • - One helluva fighter pilot?
  • - actress gugino of spy kids
  • - "the haunting of hill house" actress gugino
  • - Fashion designer Rockmore
  • - actor who puts career ahead of family?
  • - author whose work grows on you?
  • - author who didn't charge much for his public appearances?
  • - ada limón works
  • - Yalie Kamara works
  • - Verses such as limericks
  • - art movement that could be seen as a precursor to absurdist memes
  • - Nihilistic early 20th century artistic movement named from a children's word for 'hobbyhorse'
  • - Your Babys First Word Will Be ..: Jimmy Fallon picture book
  • - awkward sound to hear from the audience while one acts in a play
  • - Irritating noise from the bedroom
  • - Being loud in bed?
  • - airmen involving one in schemes
  • - Some Delta employees
  • - Flies large balloon into refuelling areas
  • - account for what was once obvious
  • - Describe, make clear
  • - teach the concepts of
  • - an attic up high
  • - high in an attic
  • - AFL to play in the sky
  • - assesses woman - instruments hold answer
  • - Judges way to turn instruments holding article
  • - Assigns a grade to, say
  • - attendants keep losing a university key
  • - Staff regret accommodating alien at home
  • - Do not start to mutineer riotously on train
  • - accurately specified in the end, indeed
  • - Elaborate hindquarters indeed
  • - like intricate artwork
  • - al's about to be a murder victim!
  • - one of the sons of adam and eve.
  • - Biblical character killed by Cain
  • - a reason for the vessel being fast?
  • - on to or on a shore, reef, or the bottom of a body of water
  • - a sufficient reason for being stranded
  • - an unknown not found in light cavalry?
  • - unknown competitor in black bay, say
  • - Long-shot candidate who might come from behind
  • - attempting a composition in g
  • - Making an effort to accomplish something
  • - Trying to convey excited 'yes' with a sign
  • - a precious possession one is not bound to have
  • - Film about South African activist Steve Biko, Cry
  • - what the liberated portuguese will enjoy
  • - Alter name when harassed in capital of Costa Rica? Note: in this style?
  • - The Tailor of Panama got money by word of mouth starting off from Hollywood, Los Angeles
  • - The Tailor of Panama, for one, is pivotal to Beverley Hills Cop, for example
  • - Assassin's track after boarding public transport
  • - conspirator has a champagne with you and me
  • - Caesar's killer
  • - According to the inscription, large beehive houses 500
  • - Gemstone cutter or dealer
  • - Cutter of precious stones
  • - A capital group of players as well
  • - too informal, some clothes
  • - In addition a number's coming to zero
  • - A boss who'll put you on the right track?
  • - Taika Waititi, Peter Jackson, Jane Campion and Niki Caro have excelled in this role
  • - frank or firm counsellor
  • - A tip for the waiters, you say
  • - Hint to say your lines
  • - Backstage prompt
  • - As far as the top of the ridge, or hill
  • - High Willhays is Dartmoor's highest
  • - Dark web browser
  • - A box? Rot! Has to be packed in a tin
  • - Tory without skill making a packet
  • - Box not for putting the painting in
  • - Are worried stiff about the gun
  • - Gun company captivates listener
  • - sack a marine for having a gun
  • - Awaiting one's attention in the turmoil
  • - ... list (list of errands): Hyph.
  • - ... list (chores): Hyph.
  • - A shopkeeper? Wrong A garage mechanic
  • - Old hat acquired by healthier couturier
  • - Unfashionable, but more able men's clothier
  • - alexander solzhenitsyn novel first published in english in 1968
  • - al ..., canadian actor who played lt bert samuels in us television series cagney & lacey
  • - TV and movie actor Albert
  • - King of Kensington star Al
  • - About 40% of a yard
  • - Small carton size
  • - serving of ale, perhaps
  • - aneurin bevan's baby
  • - Nye Bevan's baby
  • - UK's medical organisation [inits]
  • - andy mcnab's old unit
  • - .. in 'Sam'
  • - crack force
  • - Atypical band instrument
  • - large, triangular, plucked string instrument
  • - Instrument associated with Bragi, Norse god of poetry
  • - Actor Butterfield of "Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang"
  • - ... matter of fact …: 2 wds.
  • - Busy ... bee (2 wds.)
  • - Animated sci-fi sitcom following Philip J. Fry that moved from Fox to Comedy Central, and now streams on Hulu
  • - *Sans-serif font used in Absolut, Best Buy and Supreme logos
  • - Matt Groening series set in the 31st century
  • - Apply to a violin bow or gymnast's hands for grip
  • - Iron's not usually part of the bowman's equipment
  • - Extract from pines used to treat violin bows
  • - Abbreviation for operating system
  • - rund
  • - Operating system, abbr.
  • - A singing bird
  • - Over in the agency, ran a campaign for a Docklands Wharf
  • - Chirpy character, a scoundrel, trapped by American agents
  • - Accessory for holding money and cards
  • - Everything packed into damp bag
  • - It contains some money, and it's possible to get the rest from Wall Street
  • - Actor Waltz
  • - Waltz on the big screen
  • - American statesman Benjamin
  • - Aretha ..., "Respect" singer who was awarded a posthumous Pulitzer Prize Special Citation
  • - Benjamin ..., American statesman
  • - American poet Wallace
  • - Shakin' ......, singer of This Old House
  • - Singer Sufjan with the 2021 album Convocations
  • - A music genre
  • - Clan, kin
  • - People, y'all
  • - A small burger
  • - small hamburger is top in series
  • - Miniature burger
  • - A shade hard, ultimately? Certainly difficult, we hear
  • - Means of staining poor-quality trousers, rather tight in front
  • - right kind of shirt to spread bad substance used for colouring
  • - a square one won't fit in a round hole
  • - Bring someone down a ... or two
  • - Tuning ... (part of a guitar)
  • - add fuel to a fire to make it burn brighter
  • - Add coal or other solid fuel to
  • - Feed the furnace in this town
  • - abbreviation for a graphic or image
  • - Phone snap
  • - Pinterest post for short
  • - abbreviation used by an opiner
  • - Texter's "Personally, I believe..." letters
  • - 'Personally speaking,' in texts
  • - acronym for a chief risk officer
  • - ...-Magnon (primitive human)
  • - Nat. on the Adriatic
  • - aisling ...., standup who plays serious roles too
  • - "Don't ... stranger" ("Keep in touch!"): 2 wds.
  • - "Who Wants to ... Millionaire?": 2 wds.
  • - a drink of hot chocolate
  • - Pulverized chocolate
  • - Bedtime warmer?
  • - Affect part of London
  • - Continue working in west London
  • - Follow, as advice [2 wds.]
  • - Ability to make objects move via thought alone
  • - Power of mind over matter?
  • - Willing to move: one is keen, let's get moving!
  • - Artist gets drunk, one making clever plans
  • - expert in planning and setting targets first
  • - a person skilled in planning and working on the best course to take
  • - American reversing boat reduced fare from Japan
  • - American in shortened vessel with fish delicacy
  • - Food often served with pickled ginger and wasabi
  • - After strong wine, a Liberal makes grand entrance
  • - Impressive entrance in Southampton, say, by a Liberal
  • - Patrol going around entrance
  • - Ancient name for Salisbury
  • - Initially such a strange old name for a cathedral city
  • - New ...... (former name of Salisbury, England)
  • - A trying experience or contract
  • - gold transaction becomes a testing experience
  • - a test or business transaction
  • - Asian dish, reportedly, is snake
  • - venomous snake in dock behind container
  • - Inland ..., Australian snake which holds the title of "the most venomous snake in the world"
  • - Access a meeting-place
  • - Entrance to aristocratic place?
  • - What is a tree-lined street?
  • - A trader upset NT firefighter
  • - Substance that slows a reaction
  • - Inhibiting or preventative
  • - A river in central Russia
  • - Mountains stopping short of southern river
  • - .... Mountains, Eurasian range
  • - Australian waterhole
  • - Political parties go head to head on golf channel?
  • - Poor delivery sent north welcomed by large Victorian backwater?
  • - A folded section placed between the leaves of another publication
  • - Newspaper supplement, for example
  • - To put something in place, add in pieces
  • - Actress Eddy who won a posthumous Emmy for playing Epiphany Johnson on "General Hospital"
  • - "Mortal Kombat" agent
  • - mortal kombat fighter ...... blade
  • - Actor's line directed to the audience
  • - One team undertone
  • - remark in a stage play intended to be heard by the audience alone, not the other characters
  • - Amusing little story
  • - Part of a wedding toast maybe
  • - Interesting short account
  • - Actors' greatest-hits compilations
  • - Submissions for a casting director
  • - "A Strange Loop" has just one
  • - "That's going to be a tough ... to follow!"
  • - .... of God; natural disaster
  • - Anti-bullying ads, e.g.
  • - Ad Council TV spots
  • - Certain TV spots
  • - "a gentleman in moscow" star mcgregor
  • - Actor McGregor of "Angels and Demons"
  • - folk singer maccoll
  • - A likeness of a person
  • - Guy on a bonfire, e.g.
  • - Representation of a person
  • - A failing
  • - we encounter writhing snakes with irresolution!
  • - "What is your greatest ...?" (interview question)
  • - A racing bird
  • - One trained to make an instinctive comeback
  • - Doctor gone -- I'm hoping one returns
  • - A soft wool fabric
  • - such material makes nonsense
  • - smooth talker uses this soft woven fabric
  • - Animal has no end of courage in a melee
  • - Alternative name for a puma
  • - Firm sauce served up for cat
  • - Aiming for a title in a dictionary
  • - Chapter start
  • - words at the top of a page,paragraph,chapter etc.
  • - A film's been made out of it
  • - Father in charge in car club on the continent
  • - Continent of the Sahara
  • - alternative of mice and men - half of that is filling
  • - Christmas pie filling
  • - One way to offer mate something edible
  • - access by retaining old ticket payment
  • - Bumpy in the heart of cobbled street
  • - the urban way to provide out-and-out nutriment
  • - abridged aquatic sport‘s lower tier discussed
  • - Type of transformer
  • - Artistic swimming moves accompanied by music
  • - arm slips eating sandwich on counter
  • - a day fr
  • - day, on some menus
  • - 24 heures
  • - apply something blotchily
  • - Smear evenly about and back
  • - Apply by smearing, as paint
  • - attic, with built in arch, is cleansing
  • - Emotionally helping girl onto long lorry
  • - Tom, maybe, and I chart suspect purgative?
  • - an otherwise unknown person who corresponds with penny on design of panel
  • - Friend to exchange letters with
  • - correspondent in the letter-writing era
  • - article by fellow facing time for robbery
  • - Ultimately caught that man with pink rag stealing
  • - Stealing goods
  • - about to pack assorted brass beetles
  • - Symbols of rebirth in ancient Egypt
  • - beetles associated with the god khepri
  • - awkwardly scaling seafood over sea near alaska
  • - Advance fee in old sovereign, different rate earlier
  • - fee to keep the henchman on?
  • - fee for f. lee
  • - Assassin, Jack boards Columbus's ship
  • - Teenage Mutant ... Turtles
  • - Ancient Japanese spy
  • - Almost talk about field event
  • - in the event, the record is given to you and me
  • - Event to talk about, mostly
  • - Actors moved to Peru
  • - Group of, eg, dancers
  • - Group of acrobats
  • - Aristocratic subject: boxing
  • - Term used for 'boxing'
  • - Alcohol in bottle
  • - "...: Stallion of the Cimarron," 2002 animated film, with music by Hans Zimmer
  • - For the trips back, I must get in the mood
  • - Affect, stage
  • - Wear down coming back?
  • - Don still sleeping around
  • - Arithmetic etc
  • - rugs put round hall originally for this school subject
  • - School numbers lesson
  • - Antony ......, sculptor of the Angel of the North
  • - Angel of the North sculptor
  • - Avoidance of commitment
  • - Deceit
  • - Prevarication
  • - auditorium bag, not old
  • - Large entrance or reception room
  • - word in some collegiate building names
  • - amazonian native – now also a french camping equipment brand
  • - anita ...., author whose works include the village by the sea [1982]
  • - Morarji ......, the first Indian Prime Minister who did not belong to the Indian National Congress
  • - kiran ..., indian author of the inheritance of loss
  • - antelope of african and asian plains
  • - small fawn-coloured antelope of africa and asia such as thomson's —
  • - Animal look catching English learners
  • - accustomed to american newspaperman
  • - Like estate sale items
  • - exploited and entertained, but not in the morning
  • - abandons foliage
  • - Doesn't eat greenstuff
  • - Word with tea or autumn
  • - arrest and boycott, on reflection
  • - Capture, as a lawbreaker
  • - Collar, seize
  • - Angler's bucket contents
  • - martin luther was declared a heretic at the 1521 diet of .....
  • - Garden soil enhancers
  • - Ascorbic ....
  • - Amino ...
  • - Corrosive chemical substance
  • - "A Beautiful Mind" lead role
  • - Brighton Pavilion designer
  • - Civil rights activist Diane
  • - asset in a cold bedroom
  • - three huddled around a provider of warmth
  • - it's warmer in the car to toast the queen
  • - All ... [phrase in some nondenominational church names]
  • - bahaism and buddhism, for two
  • - They involve a shift in one's beliefs
  • - Alternatives to irons
  • - Wet suits ships?
  • - Ships' wetsuits?
  • - Arundhati ..., Booker Prize-winning author
  • - Scheider, star of 1975's Jaws
  • - Jaws actor Scheider
  • - A migraine sufferer might take one, for short
  • - Record of brain impulses
  • - mind reader's aid, for short?
  • - All caught up on the latest
  • - Got the newest version of
  • - More costly Father Ted given modern look
  • - allowed to be included in the document, but removed from the record
  • - cut off, one thus gone
  • - Allowed to be put into legal document, or taken out
  • - a red pill's designed for wound
  • - worsened uncontrollably
  • - avoid duel, rewriting the end
  • - Avoid pair skipping overture
  • - escape from or avoid
  • - arch-enemy seems in a bad way
  • - prime opponent
  • - Eastern chaps going west, initially sealing one's fate
  • - academic appointment taken by the president
  • - Professorial position?
  • - Third rate musical for a rocker?
  • - almost ready to include me in the cure
  • - Rather thin, requiring millions invested in cure
  • - Cure my deer, diseased
  • - a plane that climbs gradually
  • - an inclination for this age to rush about wildly
  • - Thing for a skilled skateboarder
  • - a vicar's address
  • - Delivery in church
  • - Address, speech with a moral
  • - a charity worth fighting for
  • - Adam, as described by George, is a venerable fellow
  • - Garden area elates leading venerable British monk
  • - Dark Ages historian and monk who lived in Jarrow
  • - A source of cash keeps personnel excited
  • - 'I Still Get --' (1930 hit)
  • - Steely Dan's "Can't Buy ...."
  • - Always the same outside, minus ten
  • - louise redknapp and kelle bryan's former band
  • - Outside, passing by non-stop
  • - A loopy circle around where price is displayed for sherry
  • - Am working until now, having had nothing but a sherry
  • - Type of medium-dry sherry
  • - A swinger making an entrance
  • - party by gold entrance
  • - House entry point
  • - Average, though dim when turned up
  • - Prefix for night or section
  • - Mediocre, in slang
  • - Almost a perfect ending in the dark
  • - '.. and Day' (1932 Cole Porter song)
  • - "Sports ...," TV series starring Josh Charles that is about a fictional sports news show
  • - A vessel as opposed to a tin opener?
  • - Tank in a distillery
  • - Tub in which to stomp grapes
  • - author of the 1768 massachusetts circular letter that resulted in the occupation of boston by the british army
  • - What brewery's beers include Wicked Hazy and Boston Lager?
  • - American patriot known for his role in The Boston Tea Party
  • - anthony ..., foreign secretary from 1976-77
  • - area of reclaimed land in lazio, central italy
  • - Marshes of central Italy
  • - against getting fellow a stylus
  • - Preschooler's coloring stick
  • - costumier's opening fabric drawer
  • - Any birthstone, e.g.
  • - Precious stone like a ruby
  • - Little ......, lettuce variety
  • - Annoying intrusions during a video, for short
  • - They interrupt you often on free apps, for short
  • - Starbucks spots e.g.
  • - Adults who advise, inspire young students
  • - Life guides
  • - Advisors, anagram of monster
  • - A folding table popular in the 1950s
  • - A flat, thin, round object
  • - Part of the spinal column
  • - Piece in the game Othello
  • - Act of seeking forgiveness
  • - Poor substitute for a confession
  • - regretful acknowledgement by an equine sportsman
  • - Able to cheat death
  • - Indestructible limo crashed with tram
  • - unable to pass time in bad housing
  • - "Absent" excuse of the accused
  • - Excuse intended to avert blame
  • - Provable account of a suspect's whereabouts
  • - Aim to jab in the ring: 2 wds.
  • - "About this size.": 2 wds.
  • - Alan of 1953 Western movie "Shane"
  • - cheryl of the original "charlie's angels"
  • - alan, cheryl, or diane of filmdom
  • - Air Canada's in-flight magazine
  • - Fourteen head off touring in Transit
  • - wandering outer space first while travelling
  • - Animal trail in nature
  • - Lets get out of here!
  • - Manage to control
  • - American firearms gr.
  • - Group that puts out the publication America's 1st Freedom: Abbr.
  • - In the US, it's the National Rifle Association
  • - Affixed [abbr.]
  • - Quarterback's try: Abbr.
  • - email encl.
  • - accidental discharge when wise one swallows medicine
  • - Leak found by wise man swallowing tablet
  • - Amount wasted when Herb swallows tablet
  • - aspect of rugby similar to an impromptu scrum.
  • - Club as weapon
  • - Darth ... (character in Solo)
  • - a video on instagram.
  • - Many a Scottish fiddle tune
  • - Blooper ... (funny compilation)
  • - a sphere or globe.
  • - "Planet," but make it poetic
  • - Pluto, to poets
  • - an actor addressing the audience is said to be "breaking the ... wall".
  • - A quarter day?
  • - .... dimension, interpreted as time in physics
  • - andrew strong's role in the commitments.
  • - Art ... (architectural style)
  • - Art .... ('20s movement)
  • - another name for sea water.
  • - saline solution [5]
  • - Water with salt concentration between 3.5% and 26%
  • - ...... airtricity sponsor the league of ireland.
  • - Oakland-to-Palo Alto dir.
  • - baltimore-to-ocean city dir.
  • - alternative name for the jack in a pack of cards.
  • - scoundrel in part of church requiring hearing
  • - Scoundrel found in church, they say
  • - a form of writing practiced by the ancient irish, and found in inscriptions on stones
  • - Ancient characters blunder when defending luvvie
  • - What ancient writing system of the Celts consisted of lines drawn perpendicular to another longer line?
  • - a large primary branch of a tree
  • - Very dangerous to be out on one leg
  • - Leg, say
  • - a flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll
  • - Party that disgusts me makes money
  • - Flour and water base
  • - American bluesy folk mostly seen round old tree
  • - Type of mahogany used by cabinet-makers in France
  • - Fruit or gum of the cashew tree
  • - A very free rein forms French future
  • - Avant-garde apothecaries with this treacle pose preposterously
  • - A kind of station launched by Ronan O'Rahilly in 1964
  • - African republic whose coat of arms features two palm trees and three lions
  • - African country named after a range of mountains
  • - Character communicated in plane with Western authority getting to land
  • - A bladder stone
  • - Actress famed for her delivery of "A handbag"
  • - Almost homophonic real name for Michael Keaton's character in a 1988 comedy horror film
  • - Nut elixir, say, for cosmic supergiant
  • - star, ringo perhaps, announced: 'good, eu's beginning to evaporate'
  • - Actress who played scientist Lilli Hornig in Oppenheimer
  • - A possibly poor old bug needing treatment
  • - A say in revamp of pub: good role, mostly
  • - Classification of vital body fluid
  • - A big reduction changes the game
  • - Early version of a popular card came — a big reduction (anag)
  • - Anodyne murderer, supporter of Spooner
  • - nuisance, assassin on medication
  • - Aspirin, eg
  • - Avoid love in the Midlands
  • - avoid a bumper perhaps, but be out without scoring
  • - Donald ...., who's always pants-less
  • - A grand company car?
  • - Incidental benefit (abbr)
  • - sit upright for extra benefit
  • - A ministry u-turning over German doctrine
  • - Fixed opinion
  • - Doctrine of boxer, possibly, with university degree
  • - Actium victor
  • - roman general and son-in-law of the emperor augustus
  • - General Secretary follows American with control
  • - ...... Alamos, New Mexico ["Oppenheimer" setting]
  • - ...... Angeles Guitar Quartet
  • - ... del Rio ("Macarena" band)
  • - "America's Got Talent" performances
  • - turns to a book of the bible
  • - Performs; cast (anag.)
  • - Ad-...... [improvise in a speech]
  • - Ad-... (improvised comment)
  • - Trudeau's party: Abbr.
  • - Anonymous woman to record farm animals
  • - Animal which was first domesticated in Mesopotamia around 10,000 years ago
  • - Fleecy animals
  • - Accessories to protect riders' heads
  • - Atoms bonded together
  • - fundamental units discovered by undercover spy with devious clues
  • - Smallest particles
  • - A person's early years
  • - once rebuked poet about liberal's early years
  • - minor gangster in an earlier age
  • - .... alwayd darkest just before the dawn
  • - "For what __ worth ..."
  • - .... a Long Way to Tipperary
  • - Acer competitor
  • - Maker of sleek PCs
  • - Computer and phone company found in the word "pegasus"
  • - Australian beer brand named for a bird
  • - Bird that swallows large pebbles to aid in digestion
  • - bemused with creature
  • - Apex predator in the sea
  • - subject of interest for the whale sanctuary project
  • - whale-watching sighting
  • - A helping of food
  • - Bit of poor tin is refashioned
  • - Having had a drink, I take over for a bit
  • - A large crow
  • - Rook kin
  • - topless yellow bird
  • - Amenity switched to an unspecified date
  • - A New York magazine whenever you like
  • - no particular date for transforming an amenity
  • - Annoyed at being removed from the board?
  • - took a draughtsman in a fit of petulance...
  • - Breathed heavily, like the Big Bad Wolf
  • - Aptitude acquired along the way
  • - Feel, by the way, that children should be taught this
  • - Aptitude one acquires by often being in the way
  • - A target adjusted for rowing event
  • - great trouble for the soldiers at cowes?
  • - Relocated target before a sports meeting
  • - Accurate firearm
  • - Sniper's weapon
  • - search and rob of gun
  • - At an oblique angle
  • - Hastily hung, maybe
  • - A bit off, say
  • - American sweet
  • - "Sweet" 1990 duet by Iggy Pop and Kate Pierson that peaked at No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100
  • - category that includes snickers and whoppers
  • - Auction-house worker
  • - One who estimates the cost of possessions
  • - Assessor breaks a rule after five
  • - Arguable issue
  • - Debatable issue
  • - ...... and Gretel, children who wandered into the wood
  • - Len has confused fairy-tale character
  • - ...... and Gretel are the two siblings who found a house made of candy in the forest
  • - Abstract style associated with the English painter Bridget Riley
  • - Abstract painting style popular in the 1960s
  • - Style of painting embraced by Picasso particularly
  • - Alter or vary
  • - Make a transformation
  • - Coins to drop in church
  • - Actor's outfit
  • - Banana or Sexy Banana, for example
  • - Clothing to disguise someone
  • - Animal kept in the home
  • - Household hound or Himalayan say
  • - Greyhound or gerbil
  • - Animal like Bambi
  • - Venison is expensive, they say!
  • - Forest animal-sounds expensive !
  • - Absent-minded and disorganised
  • - Son, mean and empty-headed
  • - head of school spiteful and disorganised
  • - assemble, as a puzzle
  • - association of readers
  • - Social group of readers
  • - Readers' group
  • - a book hard men hate
  • - Loathe drab, horrible stuff
  • - Loathe a taste of crab hors d'oeuvre
  • - ADD sensitive tenant moving out
  • - Symptom of spring fever.
  • - A bit late in the day, probing 10 in Government
  • - Period between afternoon and night
  • - still during key part of the day
  • - "Allow me!": 2 wds.
  • - beatles song that begins "who knows how long i've loved you?"
  • - "white album" track
  • - Artificial colors
  • - Eliminates a gray area
  • - hides the gray, say
  • - Association abbreviated
  • - the nfl, e.g.
  • - ...iation: company
  • - A picture you take of your own face
  • - A self-portrait photo you take on your phone, and a word added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary in 2014
  • - Picture that is displayed after revolutionary reduction in excess weight
  • - A magical symbol
  • - Occult sign or character
  • - Symbol or emblem
  • - A cross at the end of a card or letter
  • - Lock lips with
  • - Either X in a texter's XOXO
  • - A witch can cast one
  • - Curse cast by a witch
  • - three more than tri-
  • - angry rants
  • - long boring letters of set of beliefs on board
  • - 500 romans in recess after producing such long effusions
  • - An Inconvenient Truth was made by this politician
  • - Former vice president known for environmental activism: 2 wds.
  • - Advantages, anagram of pulses
  • - Positive points
  • - Signs indicating additions
  • - Animals a bit like alpacas
  • - Animals straying in a small way
  • - Woolly animals that can hum
  • - -- Acronym for positive negative positive
  • - Anything worth saving
  • - He maintains a uniform usually goes with his job
  • - Jodi Picoult's book "My Sister's ....." was published in 2004
  • - Accessories supplier for films
  • - Actress Thomas, daughter of Danny
  • - hampton of "the real housewives of atlanta"
  • - Danny Thomas's daughter
  • - a walk in the park means a healthy 1 down without much exertion
  • - yes, one may make it without exertion
  • - Fix my eyes on a dough made effortlessly
  • - astounding – this writer's not actively resisting having made a case for resistance!
  • - Rudely permissive but aweinspiring
  • - setter's following — one million! the papers: "magnificent!"
  • - awards for science-fiction authors
  • - Author Victor et al.
  • - Annual science fiction awards
  • - ...... australis [southern hemisphere phenomenon]
  • - Polar heavenly phenomenon
  • - luminous atmospheric phenomenon
  • - as a soloist
  • - Home ...., Macaulay Culkin Christmas film
  • - Only a man, single
  • - a passion to keep taking part
  • - Sickness cured when the patient is put in a cast
  • - To cure it, is one put in a cast?
  • - a term's rearranged for scholastic group
  • - River, brook
  • - Pour out a lot of water
  • - Awareness of wrongdoing, in criminal law
  • - Legal term meaning "guilty mind"
  • - Criminal intent, in law
  • - Aromatic substances for keeping cowboy footwear fresh?
  • - Action figure of a Marvel character?
  • - Auto company founded in 1905
  • - Rockers ... Speedwagon
  • - car built by olds
  • - Arrest suspect on vacation, needing regular lawsuits
  • - Period or state of inactivity or equilibrium
  • - Stagnation in the flow of body fluids
  • - Acting crew
  • - Pitch and all the players?
  • - "... Away" (2000 Tom Hanks film)
  • - Al or Bobby of auto racing
  • - al —, us motor racing driver; 1987 indianapolis 500 winner
  • - Noted surname in racing
  • - Alpha ... [fellow who takes charge]
  • - Like every NFL player
  • - Drake, bull, or tom
  • - A bird in the ... is worth two in the bush
  • - Pass employee
  • - mitten's contents
  • - Antiques Roadshow network
  • - Death in Paradise airer
  • - ... NewsHour (daily information series)
  • - A sniggler catches it
  • - Jellied fish in a traditional English dish
  • - back of the foot, in cockney
  • - Avoiding extremes
  • - Check river in China
  • - read to me but in a way that's not extreme
  • - Appropriate weapon for a British soldier
  • - thomas could pull its trigger, no doubt?
  • - Mount Cook overlooks exercise centre set up by one fired for fighting during second World War
  • - auto body's bane
  • - Orange rust that appears on iron and steel
  • - gradual decay such as from rusting
  • - attacked like a leopard
  • - Attacked suddenly.
  • - Emulated Hobbes greeting Calvin
  • - a thin, filled pancake
  • - pancake american native consumes quietly
  • - Cloth seller plugging jacket of cashmere
  • - A day to support Saint David, for example
  • - Law has no time for piece of sculpture
  • - figure there's no time for law
  • - Assistant referee's helper books oddly trim Italian star
  • - Luciano ......, Italian opera singer
  • - Luciano ......, legendary Italian opera singer
  • - A snooty type upset over current style of Japanese art
  • - Elitist sent up excellent miniature
  • - Japanese tree art
  • - As stated, you look for a place in Africa
  • - Country bordered by Rwanda and South Sudan
  • - Not all snug and appreciative of the country
  • - Artist profits, having place for market in London
  • - Painter wins town in local elections?
  • - 18th Century English painter
  • - A bully occasionally dismissed in a deft manner
  • - Probably it's only half in an efficient way
  • - in a competent capable manner
  • - anything to add to make all hours?
  • - cole porter song that took the entire 24 hours to write?
  • - All the time — Cole Porter song from the 1932 musical Gay Divorce
  • - a window set in a ceiling or roof at the same angle
  • - Window in a roof or ceiling
  • - Window in the ceiling
  • - african country in which the no. 1 ladies' detective agency is set
  • - Country bird hiding in wrecked boat
  • - Should edgy antiquarian allow shiniest orb to be lifted from this country?
  • - a short-billed wading bird often found by water
  • - Flighty, pigheaded admirer
  • - Pair entertaining great fondness for shore bird
  • - a slender appendage in an animal usually for gripping or moving about
  • - Arm 10 with whip turned on the French
  • - flexible organ, magical object with a change at the start
  • - a subset of the internet with addresses sharing a common suffix
  • - Party I held in bloke's field
  • - i am returning when the fellow is around the estate
  • - a large single upright block of stone often serving as a monument
  • - single massive rock standing upright
  • - Old boy likes to construct a pillar of stone
  • - amerigo vespucci was a noted italian one
  • - First to travel through a region
  • - Myths occupying old priest's first US mission
  • - a blue dye once used to treat wounds
  • - It made old people look blue
  • - it was used as a blue dyestuff
  • - a hard seed in a cherry, peach or plum
  • - Fourteen pounds in tattered notes
  • - "Rolling ....." is a monthly magazine that is primarily focused on popular culture
  • - a lively spanish dance for two people in triple time
  • - Buff black belt and leave dance
  • - spanish dance making supporter, man, leave
  • - a small chamber in a building, typically leading to a larger one
  • - Waiting place smells of formic acid reportedly
  • - advance payment to make fast on return to hallway
  • - a learner among outsiders in brigade of a skilled nature
  • - Ready, willing and ..
  • - to truly laugh, you must be ........ to take your pain, and play with it! (charlie chaplin)
  • - a shelled food rejected for a schooling fish
  • - another name for the large marine fish called a tunny
  • - Aroma that may induce meowing
  • - a delay accepted by graduate in spanish city
  • - in which city was pablo picasso born?
  • - Port in Andalusia
  • - about to receive a delivery in protest against employer
  • - Downed tools
  • - Position batsman takes perhaps is not working
  • - Animal in healthy enactment
  • - Most common carnivore in Africa
  • - Doglike carnivore with long legs and coarse mane
  • - Auto racing great Foyt et al.
  • - Actress Cook and wrestler Styles
  • - Racecar driver Foyt and CNN Headline News host Hammer
  • - Access code to use an ATM
  • - Debit purchase input
  • - ...-drop silence
  • - Abu Dhabi's group: Abbr.
  • - Dubai's and Sharjah's country: Abbr.
  • - mideast nation, for short
  • - Alternate spelling for FAIRY
  • - Fantastic country is fine, with a lake
  • - Home of whiskey a force to be recalled in the world of spirits
  • - an ideal husband author
  • - oscar - - -, irish playwright
  • - Film deer in prime locations after Western gets an Oscar
  • - art of engraving designs into gems – ligation [anag.]
  • - Oil giant disrupted relief work
  • - Printmaking technique which creates the opposite effect to a relief print
  • - a doctor, filled with rage, upset container for drink
  • - Black coffee variety
  • - texan, say, with nothing to drink
  • - Ariana Grande, to Arianators, e.g.
  • - American __ (talent show)
  • - one with unusual old object of worship
  • - A Jedi mentor, he was
  • - "Star Wars" character who first appears in "The Empire Strikes Back"
  • - Jedi who asked "Judge me by my size, do you?
  • - African fly with a reduplicative name
  • - Fly from a mixed double set
  • - Fly in some candidates testing for promotion
  • - actress rae who portrayed president barbie in "barbie"
  • - Somali people living in Djibouti
  • - Information Systems Security Association, in short
  • - affluent suburb of minneapolis
  • - city sw of minneapolis
  • - ... Monsoon is Jennifer Saunders's character in AbFab
  • - aid in diagnosing acl injuries
  • - Sports docs scan
  • - Dr.'s 3D scan
  • - al's "sea of love" co-star
  • - ..... DeGeneres is the TV personality whose cover on Time Magazine had the headline "Yep, I'm Gay"
  • - woman found in hostel, lengthily
  • - as produced by experimental press?
  • - does it carry experimental news for the examinee?
  • - question sheet
  • - abandonment when one's tired out
  • - Abandonment of one's post
  • - the crime of the turncoat in the wilderness charge
  • - admitted a little old lady with a familiar name
  • - admittedly, legend sounded off
  • - gave permission for ted to meet his grandmother
  • - an increase in literal misstatement
  • - "... and shine!" ("Wake up!")
  • - TV's "All ...."
  • - a thousand pounds for a piano
  • - Piano size
  • - Informal term for ---,000
  • - a number of persons with cornets
  • - figures it's only one among hundreds
  • - weather signals provided by an individual in the civil service
  • - an understanding disciple
  • - Disciple or adherent
  • - One's successor as a swain?
  • - a backward idiot not joining in
  • - Potato dish fine, or a pudding served up cold?
  • - Distant and reserved
  • - alloy that is used for golf club
  • - Alloy that's used for golf club
  • - [Golf] One-time name for a number two wood
  • - a girl of meagre talent
  • - Hollywood icon, .. Garbo
  • - .... thunberg, activist
  • - a dramatic broadcast
  • - production that makes waves?
  • - 1938's "The War of the Worlds," e.g.
  • - Allow event generating more output from the server
  • - Live and __ Die
  • - allow to hire
  • - Abrupt rudeness upset client
  • - Ultimate recipient ensured muddle
  • - consumer who endures flexibly?
  • - Ancient city - one having new area with restricted parking
  • - Location of Greek oracle guided retreating Greek character
  • - i'd help reconstruction of this greek city
  • - alfred ..., director of film thrillers sabotage and saboteur
  • - 2012 biopic starring Anthony Hopkins as an iconic British film director
  • - psycho director
  • - ann ..., author of 2013 science fiction novel ancillary justice
  • - adjacent bed is changing direction
  • - Be on the team in addition
  • - next to keys on edge
  • - appeased with food
  • - Spherical veggies in pods
  • - Aloo mutter ingredients
  • - Advanced professor's degree: Abbr.
  • - Degree for many a professor [Abbr]
  • - Doctorate degree
  • - "Avatar: The ... Airbender," 2024 TV series
  • - the french way to survive
  • - Least likely final
  • - "A Letter to Three ...," 1949 Academy Award-winning romantic drama with a trio's number in its title
  • - The W of wags
  • - "The Merry ... of Windsor" (Shakespeare play)
  • - Actress Anderson from "Baywatch," lovingly
  • - Ferris or Ayres?
  • - Brand of cooking spray with such varieties as Olive Oil and Grilling
  • - Alleged site of a UFO crash
  • - City in New Mexico known for UFO landings
  • - Town associated with a 1947 crash
  • - A type of breakfast, Quaker ..
  • - Stallion's supper
  • - changes as to fodder
  • - A large cat
  • - Cat turned up before morning
  • - large, american feline mammal also called a cougar or mountain lion
  • - A ... is not without honor except in his own country
  • - support the bad seer
  • - Forecaster may hold up the renovation
  • - Actress Stewart who played Bella in "Twilight"
  • - Stewart who plays Diana in "Spencer"
  • - ... Stewart, multiple award-winning actress who portrayed Princess Diana in the film "Spencer"
  • - abbreviation for late latin
  • - Lebanese pound symbol
  • - monarch's representative [abbr]
  • - a long metal pole used for weightlifting
  • - Weightlifter's equipment
  • - metal bar used for weightlifting
  • - ad ...., 2019 space thriller with brad pitt
  • - Popular make of car from Vauxhall
  • - Ad ... (Latin for "to the stars")
  • - allan ..., protagonist of the novel 'king solomon's mines'
  • - activity for which harry houdini was renowned
  • - Key game involving a drained Grimsby, struggling to get out of the box?
  • - Theatrical release of captive with key, saying sorry
  • - area of post-war construction in glasgow where new streets were named after scots islands
  • - John ..., English poet who wrote the epic poem "Paradise Lost"
  • - A jubilee city?
  • - argyll and bute peninsula, subject of a wings song
  • - Song co-written by Paul McCartney and Denny Laine which Susan Boyle performed at Windsor Castle: 3 wds.
  • - act as stand-in on behalf of
  • - Protect, in a way
  • - Temporarily act in place of [a colleague]
  • - area where a freshwater river meets a sea
  • - Mouth of a river subject to tidal movement
  • - true, say, about mouth
  • - andrew ..., composer behind musicals such as 'cats' and 'evita'
  • - Alongside one another
  • - Organise bar with teas arranged side by side
  • - Level with sailor and engineer when getting out, finally
  • - A diversion on Father's Day
  • - "A leisure activity that's beyond me," I put in
  • - Recreation for Father's Day
  • - American composer of Night and Day
  • - American composer and songwriter whose works include the musical comedy Anything Goes
  • - Composer whose 125th birth anniversary was celebrated in June: 2 wds.
  • - Alesha Dixon's old group
  • - Aggressive cartilage fish with dark vertical stripes
  • - All-over wash
  • - Bath tablet
  • - Heard they are banishing leaders overthrown in English city
  • - Assemble again [of troops]
  • - Make a new formation
  • - Regather
  • - Action that produces a vacuum
  • - process of drawing out count is complicated
  • - pulling in
  • - Adjective for Thomas the Apostle
  • - Skeptic's specialty
  • - Like Thomas
  • - Ali Hazelwood novella about an environmental engineer who is roommates with a big-oil lawyer [3 wds]
  • - Ali Hazelwood novella about a NASA engineer stranded at an Arctic research station [2 wds]
  • - Beyond cool?
  • - Like some harsh weather
  • - Ali Hazelwood novel about an affair between a biotech engineer and a wealthy investor [3 wds]
  • - All right, either way one queen is more eccentric
  • - Not as ordinary
  • - More offbeat
  • - Astonish when Easter egg doubly discovered and cracked?
  • - Surprise the man with the guns stands to get
  • - Limp surprise
  • - Able to be tested
  • - A break in proceedings
  • - holiday niche
  • - Playtime during school hours
  • - Address in a hyperlink: Abbr.
  • - Address that's often shown in blue letters
  • - address that contains a dot (abbr.)
  • - Argylle actor John
  • - You can't see me! wrestler
  • - Fast X actor John
  • - Advanced degree for an entrepreneur: Abbr.
  • - Postgraduate business degree
  • - Degree in business
  • - Actor Alan of "Ray Donovan"
  • - 87-year-old actor Alan
  • - Guy in a jeep on '70s 'TV Guide' covers
  • - "All at ... You Love Her"
  • - in times gone by, was part of concert
  • - formerly seen in concert
  • - allow traffic to pass
  • - Surrender the harvest
  • - Give way or surrender
  • - An affected manner
  • - tunes assumed by superior people
  • - haughty affectations
  • - A sovereign's establishment
  • - hampton ...... maze (east molesey, england, attraction)
  • - Woo with love, in short!
  • - A disguise
  • - Wedding accessory
  • - Salome's dance accessory
  • - Advocates collectively
  • - Place to order a beer
  • - Spot to drink shots
  • - A collection of service people perhaps
  • - give politician the money collected in church
  • - Collection from a congregation
  • - A legislative term?
  • - Get-together, meeting
  • - Parliamentary sitting
  • - Almost all stop outside as usual
  • - Stop including almost everything that is fairly common
  • - Stop drinking endless beer, it's common
  • - An old missile that keeps making a comeback
  • - Kangaroo a new Guinea weapon
  • - Toy that returns to its user
  • - Accompanied by daughter to take inside measurement
  • - Measurement or extent from side-to-side
  • - How thick one is, being made fast with end of cloth
  • - At that point, it's repeatedly said to offer reassurance
  • - In that location
  • - At that point, giving an exclamation of triumph
  • - Audibly protested about eg John, Paul, or George [not Ringo] being amplified
  • - gave another shot?
  • - Shouts disapproval at actor Danson when encouraged
  • - a heavy blow sl
  • - £1 note
  • - A blow that shook Nero
  • - a hired thug us sl
  • - Milligan, Sellers, Secombe or Bentine?
  • - maybe spike milligan's rabbit
  • - armchair which angles back
  • - Comfy chair from ruin, we're told, on cruise ship
  • - about cold ship having somewhere comfortable
  • - associated with formal writing
  • - bookish king's trapped in alternative reality
  • - "The Guernsey ... and Potato Peel Pie Society," 2008 epistolary novel by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
  • - associations that are the cosiest i.e. huddled together
  • - In this way, large towns contain eastern communities
  • - communal units
  • - almond flavoured eccentric?
  • - Like brown butter
  • - Very eccentric (informal)
  • - a basic principle
  • - Regulation particular to a stadium
  • - a sleeping car on a european railway
  • - In-law got disoriented in sleeping car
  • - Sleeping car on a continental train
  • - a sea voyage taken for pleasure and usually stopping at several places
  • - actor tom's holiday trip by boat
  • - Top Gun: Maverick hero, Tom ..., pictured right
  • - a figure of a lamb bearing a religious cross or flag
  • - Lied sung after retiring includes lyrics from liturgy
  • - After mass, mad genius composed music for it
  • - a white crystalline alkaloid used for treating asthma and hay fever
  • - ........ agreement, another term for a lease
  • - learnt about fee
  • - Cost of hire
  • - agricultural plot in an urban area used for producing food
  • - a yellowish component in dressing?
  • - Something used by cook, as it happens, in modified olio
  • - Frying agent pressed from a fruit
  • - a sea voyage taken for pleasure and usually stopping at several places
  • - actor tom's holiday trip by boat
  • - Top Gun: Maverick hero, Tom ..., pictured right
  • - a model
  • - Write on a computer by pressing keys
  • - kind to use machine to write
  • - an ecclesiastic abbr
  • - a slippy kind of thing in your weekly money
  • - Yes, mistake occurs after pressure to provide proof of earnings
  • - It shows one's ready to be taken home
  • - attempting to end in commerce, and so began again
  • - at last, but it's first in the map collection
  • - Book that's all mapped out?
  • - finally doesn't finish book
  • - a short loose-fitting jacket that fits tightly around the waist
  • - Loose-fitting jacket
  • - Garment, mostly blue, soon ruined
  • - a shiny metal noted for its resistance to corrosion in seawater
  • - metal giant finds one with hesitation
  • - Strong lightweight metal
  • - a gender-neutral name of old german origin
  • - Person pushin' or shovin', roughly speaking?
  • - a group of eggs laid in a single session and incubated together
  • - Strapless purse
  • - keep tight hold of the eggs
  • - a spiky-flowered plant whose name comes from the greek for 'thorn'
  • - Herbaceous plant with white or purple flowers
  • - A container like this for the plant
  • - an equestrian day event with races on horseback, typically for children
  • - Jim Carr said nah to a horsey event
  • - I'm amazed about king entering African country's sporting event
  • - a code of silence about criminal activity among the mafia
  • - Word from Italian meaning conspiracy of silence
  • - conspiracy of silence revealed by newcomer talking
  • - a series of events on tour around the country, especially by musicians
  • - Entertainment by a troupe on tour
  • - Travelling entertainment series entertains Bill's house
  • - african capital? family has to enter it
  • - Tribe owns a housing society in DRC location
  • - in which capital city did the "rumble in the jungle" take place?
  • - artist in part of east london showing colourful arch?
  • - Gay pride flag's design
  • - Colourful atmospheric phenomenon
  • - Alternative to Bob Evans
  • - 24-hour chain
  • - Home of the Grand Slamwich
  • - Away without permission, abbr.
  • - No-no military leave
  • - Nowhere to be found: Abbr
  • - Articulates silently
  • - Bay openings
  • - 1000 shout out using them
  • - animal rebuilt log lair
  • - African vegetarian has toast and a bagel gets eaten
  • - animal studied by dian fossey
  • - arboreal symbols of strength
  • - woodland sights — wild rose and teak
  • - Acorn-bearing forest plants: 2 wds.
  • - anatomical concavity
  • - Non-protruding belly button type, informally
  • - Common type of bellybutton
  • - apple device platform
  • - Platform for Apple phones
  • - thus i return to greek island
  • - arwen portrayer tyler
  • - ... Golf (controversial new sports organization)
  • - new golf rival to the pga
  • - a, in vegas
  • - club that usually can't be beat?
  • - One helluva fighter pilot?
  • - actress gugino of spy kids
  • - "the haunting of hill house" actress gugino
  • - Fashion designer Rockmore
  • - actor who puts career ahead of family?
  • - author whose work grows on you?
  • - author who didn't charge much for his public appearances?
  • - ada limón works
  • - Yalie Kamara works
  • - Verses such as limericks
  • - art movement that could be seen as a precursor to absurdist memes
  • - Nihilistic early 20th century artistic movement named from a children's word for 'hobbyhorse'
  • - Your Babys First Word Will Be ..: Jimmy Fallon picture book
  • - awkward sound to hear from the audience while one acts in a play
  • - Irritating noise from the bedroom
  • - Being loud in bed?
  • - airmen involving one in schemes
  • - Some Delta employees
  • - Flies large balloon into refuelling areas
  • - account for what was once obvious
  • - Describe, make clear
  • - teach the concepts of
  • - an attic up high
  • - high in an attic
  • - AFL to play in the sky
  • - assesses woman - instruments hold answer
  • - Judges way to turn instruments holding article
  • - Assigns a grade to, say
  • - attendants keep losing a university key
  • - Staff regret accommodating alien at home
  • - Do not start to mutineer riotously on train
  • - accurately specified in the end, indeed
  • - Elaborate hindquarters indeed
  • - like intricate artwork
  • - al's about to be a murder victim!
  • - one of the sons of adam and eve.
  • - Biblical character killed by Cain
  • - a reason for the vessel being fast?
  • - on to or on a shore, reef, or the bottom of a body of water
  • - a sufficient reason for being stranded
  • - an unknown not found in light cavalry?
  • - unknown competitor in black bay, say
  • - Long-shot candidate who might come from behind
  • - attempting a composition in g
  • - Making an effort to accomplish something
  • - Trying to convey excited 'yes' with a sign
  • - a precious possession one is not bound to have
  • - Film about South African activist Steve Biko, Cry
  • - what the liberated portuguese will enjoy
  • - Alter name when harassed in capital of Costa Rica? Note: in this style?
  • - The Tailor of Panama got money by word of mouth starting off from Hollywood, Los Angeles
  • - The Tailor of Panama, for one, is pivotal to Beverley Hills Cop, for example
  • - Assassin's track after boarding public transport
  • - conspirator has a champagne with you and me
  • - Caesar's killer
  • - According to the inscription, large beehive houses 500
  • - Gemstone cutter or dealer
  • - Cutter of precious stones
  • - A capital group of players as well
  • - too informal, some clothes
  • - In addition a number's coming to zero
  • - A boss who'll put you on the right track?
  • - Taika Waititi, Peter Jackson, Jane Campion and Niki Caro have excelled in this role
  • - frank or firm counsellor
  • - A tip for the waiters, you say
  • - Hint to say your lines
  • - Backstage prompt
  • - As far as the top of the ridge, or hill
  • - High Willhays is Dartmoor's highest
  • - Dark web browser
  • - A box? Rot! Has to be packed in a tin
  • - Tory without skill making a packet
  • - Box not for putting the painting in
  • - Are worried stiff about the gun
  • - Gun company captivates listener
  • - sack a marine for having a gun
  • - Awaiting one's attention in the turmoil
  • - ... list (list of errands): Hyph.
  • - ... list (chores): Hyph.
  • - A shopkeeper? Wrong A garage mechanic
  • - Old hat acquired by healthier couturier
  • - Unfashionable, but more able men's clothier
  • - alexander solzhenitsyn novel first published in english in 1968
  • - al ..., canadian actor who played lt bert samuels in us television series cagney & lacey
  • - TV and movie actor Albert
  • - King of Kensington star Al
  • - About 40% of a yard
  • - Small carton size
  • - serving of ale, perhaps
  • - aneurin bevan's baby
  • - Nye Bevan's baby
  • - UK's medical organisation [inits]
  • - andy mcnab's old unit
  • - .. in 'Sam'
  • - crack force
  • - Atypical band instrument
  • - large, triangular, plucked string instrument
  • - Instrument associated with Bragi, Norse god of poetry
  • - Actor Butterfield of "Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang"
  • - ... matter of fact …: 2 wds.
  • - Busy ... bee (2 wds.)
  • - Animated sci-fi sitcom following Philip J. Fry that moved from Fox to Comedy Central, and now streams on Hulu
  • - *Sans-serif font used in Absolut, Best Buy and Supreme logos
  • - Matt Groening series set in the 31st century
  • - Apply to a violin bow or gymnast's hands for grip
  • - Iron's not usually part of the bowman's equipment
  • - Extract from pines used to treat violin bows
  • - Abbreviation for operating system
  • - rund
  • - Operating system, abbr.
  • - A singing bird
  • - Over in the agency, ran a campaign for a Docklands Wharf
  • - Chirpy character, a scoundrel, trapped by American agents
  • - Accessory for holding money and cards
  • - Everything packed into damp bag
  • - It contains some money, and it's possible to get the rest from Wall Street
  • - Actor Waltz
  • - Waltz on the big screen
  • - American statesman Benjamin
  • - Aretha ..., "Respect" singer who was awarded a posthumous Pulitzer Prize Special Citation
  • - Benjamin ..., American statesman
  • - American poet Wallace
  • - Shakin' ......, singer of This Old House
  • - Singer Sufjan with the 2021 album Convocations
  • - A music genre
  • - Clan, kin
  • - People, y'all
  • - A small burger
  • - small hamburger is top in series
  • - Miniature burger
  • - A shade hard, ultimately? Certainly difficult, we hear
  • - Means of staining poor-quality trousers, rather tight in front
  • - right kind of shirt to spread bad substance used for colouring
  • - a square one won't fit in a round hole
  • - Bring someone down a ... or two
  • - Tuning ... (part of a guitar)
  • - add fuel to a fire to make it burn brighter
  • - Add coal or other solid fuel to
  • - Feed the furnace in this town
  • - abbreviation for a graphic or image
  • - Phone snap
  • - Pinterest post for short
  • - abbreviation used by an opiner
  • - Texter's "Personally, I believe..." letters
  • - 'Personally speaking,' in texts
  • - acronym for a chief risk officer
  • - ...-Magnon (primitive human)
  • - Nat. on the Adriatic
  • - aisling ...., standup who plays serious roles too
  • - "Don't ... stranger" ("Keep in touch!"): 2 wds.
  • - "Who Wants to ... Millionaire?": 2 wds.
  • - a drink of hot chocolate
  • - Pulverized chocolate
  • - Bedtime warmer?
  • - Affect part of London
  • - Continue working in west London
  • - Follow, as advice [2 wds.]
  • - Ability to make objects move via thought alone
  • - Power of mind over matter?
  • - Willing to move: one is keen, let's get moving!
  • - Artist gets drunk, one making clever plans
  • - expert in planning and setting targets first
  • - a person skilled in planning and working on the best course to take
  • - American reversing boat reduced fare from Japan
  • - American in shortened vessel with fish delicacy
  • - Food often served with pickled ginger and wasabi
  • - After strong wine, a Liberal makes grand entrance
  • - Impressive entrance in Southampton, say, by a Liberal
  • - Patrol going around entrance
  • - Ancient name for Salisbury
  • - Initially such a strange old name for a cathedral city
  • - New ...... (former name of Salisbury, England)
  • - A trying experience or contract
  • - gold transaction becomes a testing experience
  • - a test or business transaction
  • - Asian dish, reportedly, is snake
  • - venomous snake in dock behind container
  • - Inland ..., Australian snake which holds the title of "the most venomous snake in the world"
  • - Access a meeting-place
  • - Entrance to aristocratic place?
  • - What is a tree-lined street?
  • - A trader upset NT firefighter
  • - Substance that slows a reaction
  • - Inhibiting or preventative
  • - A river in central Russia
  • - Mountains stopping short of southern river
  • - .... Mountains, Eurasian range
  • - Australian waterhole
  • - Political parties go head to head on golf channel?
  • - Poor delivery sent north welcomed by large Victorian backwater?
  • - A folded section placed between the leaves of another publication
  • - Newspaper supplement, for example
  • - To put something in place, add in pieces
  • - Actress Eddy who won a posthumous Emmy for playing Epiphany Johnson on "General Hospital"
  • - "Mortal Kombat" agent
  • - mortal kombat fighter ...... blade
  • - Actor's line directed to the audience
  • - One team undertone
  • - remark in a stage play intended to be heard by the audience alone, not the other characters
  • - Amusing little story
  • - Part of a wedding toast maybe
  • - Interesting short account
  • - Actors' greatest-hits compilations
  • - Submissions for a casting director
  • - "A Strange Loop" has just one
  • - "That's going to be a tough ... to follow!"
  • - .... of God; natural disaster
  • - Anti-bullying ads, e.g.
  • - Ad Council TV spots
  • - Certain TV spots
  • - "a gentleman in moscow" star mcgregor
  • - Actor McGregor of "Angels and Demons"
  • - folk singer maccoll
  • - A likeness of a person
  • - Guy on a bonfire, e.g.
  • - Representation of a person
  • - A failing
  • - we encounter writhing snakes with irresolution!
  • - "What is your greatest ...?" (interview question)
  • - A racing bird
  • - One trained to make an instinctive comeback
  • - Doctor gone -- I'm hoping one returns
  • - A soft wool fabric
  • - such material makes nonsense
  • - smooth talker uses this soft woven fabric
  • - Animal has no end of courage in a melee
  • - Alternative name for a puma
  • - Firm sauce served up for cat
  • - Aiming for a title in a dictionary
  • - Chapter start
  • - words at the top of a page,paragraph,chapter etc.
  • - A film's been made out of it
  • - Father in charge in car club on the continent
  • - Continent of the Sahara
  • - alternative of mice and men - half of that is filling
  • - Christmas pie filling
  • - One way to offer mate something edible
  • - access by retaining old ticket payment
  • - Bumpy in the heart of cobbled street
  • - the urban way to provide out-and-out nutriment
  • - abridged aquatic sport‘s lower tier discussed
  • - Type of transformer
  • - Artistic swimming moves accompanied by music
  • - arm slips eating sandwich on counter
  • - a day fr
  • - day, on some menus
  • - 24 heures
  • - apply something blotchily
  • - Smear evenly about and back
  • - Apply by smearing, as paint
  • - attic, with built in arch, is cleansing
  • - Emotionally helping girl onto long lorry
  • - Tom, maybe, and I chart suspect purgative?
  • - an otherwise unknown person who corresponds with penny on design of panel
  • - Friend to exchange letters with
  • - correspondent in the letter-writing era
  • - article by fellow facing time for robbery
  • - Ultimately caught that man with pink rag stealing
  • - Stealing goods
  • - about to pack assorted brass beetles
  • - Symbols of rebirth in ancient Egypt
  • - beetles associated with the god khepri
  • - awkwardly scaling seafood over sea near alaska
  • - Advance fee in old sovereign, different rate earlier
  • - fee to keep the henchman on?
  • - fee for f. lee
  • - Assassin, Jack boards Columbus's ship
  • - Teenage Mutant ... Turtles
  • - Ancient Japanese spy
  • - Almost talk about field event
  • - in the event, the record is given to you and me
  • - Event to talk about, mostly
  • - Actors moved to Peru
  • - Group of, eg, dancers
  • - Group of acrobats
  • - Aristocratic subject: boxing
  • - Term used for 'boxing'
  • - Alcohol in bottle
  • - "...: Stallion of the Cimarron," 2002 animated film, with music by Hans Zimmer
  • - For the trips back, I must get in the mood
  • - Affect, stage
  • - Wear down coming back?
  • - Don still sleeping around
  • - Arithmetic etc
  • - rugs put round hall originally for this school subject
  • - School numbers lesson
  • - Antony ......, sculptor of the Angel of the North
  • - Angel of the North sculptor
  • - Avoidance of commitment
  • - Deceit
  • - Prevarication
  • - auditorium bag, not old
  • - Large entrance or reception room
  • - word in some collegiate building names
  • - amazonian native – now also a french camping equipment brand
  • - anita ...., author whose works include the village by the sea [1982]
  • - Morarji ......, the first Indian Prime Minister who did not belong to the Indian National Congress
  • - kiran ..., indian author of the inheritance of loss
  • - antelope of african and asian plains
  • - small fawn-coloured antelope of africa and asia such as thomson's —
  • - Animal look catching English learners
  • - accustomed to american newspaperman
  • - Like estate sale items
  • - exploited and entertained, but not in the morning
  • - abandons foliage
  • - Doesn't eat greenstuff
  • - Word with tea or autumn
  • - arrest and boycott, on reflection
  • - Capture, as a lawbreaker
  • - Collar, seize
  • - Angler's bucket contents
  • - martin luther was declared a heretic at the 1521 diet of .....
  • - Garden soil enhancers
  • - Ascorbic ....
  • - Amino ...
  • - Corrosive chemical substance
  • - "A Beautiful Mind" lead role
  • - Brighton Pavilion designer
  • - Civil rights activist Diane
  • - asset in a cold bedroom
  • - three huddled around a provider of warmth
  • - it's warmer in the car to toast the queen
  • - All ... [phrase in some nondenominational church names]
  • - bahaism and buddhism, for two
  • - They involve a shift in one's beliefs
  • - Alternatives to irons
  • - Wet suits ships?
  • - Ships' wetsuits?
  • - Arundhati ..., Booker Prize-winning author
  • - Scheider, star of 1975's Jaws
  • - Jaws actor Scheider
  • - A migraine sufferer might take one, for short
  • - Record of brain impulses
  • - mind reader's aid, for short?
  • - All caught up on the latest
  • - Got the newest version of
  • - More costly Father Ted given modern look
  • - allowed to be included in the document, but removed from the record
  • - cut off, one thus gone
  • - Allowed to be put into legal document, or taken out
  • - a red pill's designed for wound
  • - worsened uncontrollably
  • - avoid duel, rewriting the end
  • - Avoid pair skipping overture
  • - escape from or avoid
  • - arch-enemy seems in a bad way
  • - prime opponent
  • - Eastern chaps going west, initially sealing one's fate
  • - academic appointment taken by the president
  • - Professorial position?
  • - Third rate musical for a rocker?
  • - almost ready to include me in the cure
  • - Rather thin, requiring millions invested in cure
  • - Cure my deer, diseased
  • - a plane that climbs gradually
  • - an inclination for this age to rush about wildly
  • - Thing for a skilled skateboarder
  • - a vicar's address
  • - Delivery in church
  • - Address, speech with a moral
  • - a charity worth fighting for
  • - Adam, as described by George, is a venerable fellow
  • - Garden area elates leading venerable British monk
  • - Dark Ages historian and monk who lived in Jarrow
  • - A source of cash keeps personnel excited
  • - 'I Still Get --' (1930 hit)
  • - Steely Dan's "Can't Buy ...."
  • - Always the same outside, minus ten
  • - louise redknapp and kelle bryan's former band
  • - Outside, passing by non-stop
  • - A loopy circle around where price is displayed for sherry
  • - Am working until now, having had nothing but a sherry
  • - Type of medium-dry sherry
  • - A swinger making an entrance
  • - party by gold entrance
  • - House entry point
  • - Average, though dim when turned up
  • - Prefix for night or section
  • - Mediocre, in slang
  • - Almost a perfect ending in the dark
  • - '.. and Day' (1932 Cole Porter song)
  • - "Sports ...," TV series starring Josh Charles that is about a fictional sports news show
  • - A vessel as opposed to a tin opener?
  • - Tank in a distillery
  • - Tub in which to stomp grapes
  • - author of the 1768 massachusetts circular letter that resulted in the occupation of boston by the british army
  • - What brewery's beers include Wicked Hazy and Boston Lager?
  • - American patriot known for his role in The Boston Tea Party
  • - anthony ..., foreign secretary from 1976-77
  • - area of reclaimed land in lazio, central italy
  • - Marshes of central Italy
  • - against getting fellow a stylus
  • - Preschooler's coloring stick
  • - costumier's opening fabric drawer
  • - Any birthstone, e.g.
  • - Precious stone like a ruby
  • - Little ......, lettuce variety
  • - Annoying intrusions during a video, for short
  • - They interrupt you often on free apps, for short
  • - Starbucks spots e.g.
  • - Adults who advise, inspire young students
  • - Life guides
  • - Advisors, anagram of monster
  • - A folding table popular in the 1950s
  • - A flat, thin, round object
  • - Part of the spinal column
  • - Piece in the game Othello
  • - Act of seeking forgiveness
  • - Poor substitute for a confession
  • - regretful acknowledgement by an equine sportsman
  • - Able to cheat death
  • - Indestructible limo crashed with tram
  • - unable to pass time in bad housing
  • - "Absent" excuse of the accused
  • - Excuse intended to avert blame
  • - Provable account of a suspect's whereabouts
  • - Aim to jab in the ring: 2 wds.
  • - "About this size.": 2 wds.
  • - Alan of 1953 Western movie "Shane"
  • - cheryl of the original "charlie's angels"
  • - alan, cheryl, or diane of filmdom
  • - Air Canada's in-flight magazine
  • - Fourteen head off touring in Transit
  • - wandering outer space first while travelling
  • - Animal trail in nature
  • - Lets get out of here!
  • - Manage to control
  • - American firearms gr.
  • - Group that puts out the publication America's 1st Freedom: Abbr.
  • - In the US, it's the National Rifle Association
  • - Affixed [abbr.]
  • - Quarterback's try: Abbr.
  • - email encl.
  • - accidental discharge when wise one swallows medicine
  • - Leak found by wise man swallowing tablet
  • - Amount wasted when Herb swallows tablet
  • - aspect of rugby similar to an impromptu scrum.
  • - Club as weapon
  • - Darth ... (character in Solo)
  • - a video on instagram.
  • - Many a Scottish fiddle tune
  • - Blooper ... (funny compilation)
  • - a sphere or globe.
  • - "Planet," but make it poetic
  • - Pluto, to poets
  • - an actor addressing the audience is said to be "breaking the ... wall".
  • - A quarter day?
  • - .... dimension, interpreted as time in physics
  • - andrew strong's role in the commitments.
  • - Art ... (architectural style)
  • - Art .... ('20s movement)
  • - another name for sea water.
  • - saline solution [5]
  • - Water with salt concentration between 3.5% and 26%
  • - ...... airtricity sponsor the league of ireland.
  • - Oakland-to-Palo Alto dir.
  • - baltimore-to-ocean city dir.
  • - alternative name for the jack in a pack of cards.
  • - scoundrel in part of church requiring hearing
  • - Scoundrel found in church, they say
  • - a form of writing practiced by the ancient irish, and found in inscriptions on stones
  • - Ancient characters blunder when defending luvvie
  • - What ancient writing system of the Celts consisted of lines drawn perpendicular to another longer line?
  • - a large primary branch of a tree
  • - Very dangerous to be out on one leg
  • - Leg, say
  • - a flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll
  • - Party that disgusts me makes money
  • - Flour and water base
  • - American bluesy folk mostly seen round old tree
  • - Type of mahogany used by cabinet-makers in France
  • - Fruit or gum of the cashew tree
  • - A very free rein forms French future
  • - Avant-garde apothecaries with this treacle pose preposterously
  • - A kind of station launched by Ronan O'Rahilly in 1964
  • - African republic whose coat of arms features two palm trees and three lions
  • - African country named after a range of mountains
  • - Character communicated in plane with Western authority getting to land
  • - A bladder stone
  • - Actress famed for her delivery of "A handbag"
  • - Almost homophonic real name for Michael Keaton's character in a 1988 comedy horror film
  • - Nut elixir, say, for cosmic supergiant
  • - star, ringo perhaps, announced: 'good, eu's beginning to evaporate'
  • - Actress who played scientist Lilli Hornig in Oppenheimer
  • - A possibly poor old bug needing treatment
  • - A say in revamp of pub: good role, mostly
  • - Classification of vital body fluid
  • - A big reduction changes the game
  • - Early version of a popular card came — a big reduction (anag)
  • - Anodyne murderer, supporter of Spooner
  • - nuisance, assassin on medication
  • - Aspirin, eg
  • - Avoid love in the Midlands
  • - avoid a bumper perhaps, but be out without scoring
  • - Donald ...., who's always pants-less
  • - A grand company car?
  • - Incidental benefit (abbr)
  • - sit upright for extra benefit
  • - A ministry u-turning over German doctrine
  • - Fixed opinion
  • - Doctrine of boxer, possibly, with university degree
  • - Actium victor
  • - roman general and son-in-law of the emperor augustus
  • - General Secretary follows American with control
  • - ...... Alamos, New Mexico ["Oppenheimer" setting]
  • - ...... Angeles Guitar Quartet
  • - ... del Rio ("Macarena" band)
  • - "America's Got Talent" performances
  • - turns to a book of the bible
  • - Performs; cast (anag.)
  • - Ad-...... [improvise in a speech]
  • - Ad-... (improvised comment)
  • - Trudeau's party: Abbr.
  • - Anonymous woman to record farm animals
  • - Animal which was first domesticated in Mesopotamia around 10,000 years ago
  • - Fleecy animals
  • - Accessories to protect riders' heads
  • - Atoms bonded together
  • - fundamental units discovered by undercover spy with devious clues
  • - Smallest particles
  • - A person's early years
  • - once rebuked poet about liberal's early years
  • - minor gangster in an earlier age
  • - .... alwayd darkest just before the dawn
  • - "For what __ worth ..."
  • - .... a Long Way to Tipperary
  • - Acer competitor
  • - Maker of sleek PCs
  • - Computer and phone company found in the word "pegasus"
  • - Australian beer brand named for a bird
  • - Bird that swallows large pebbles to aid in digestion
  • - bemused with creature
  • - Apex predator in the sea
  • - subject of interest for the whale sanctuary project
  • - whale-watching sighting
  • - A helping of food
  • - Bit of poor tin is refashioned
  • - Having had a drink, I take over for a bit
  • - A large crow
  • - Rook kin
  • - topless yellow bird
  • - Amenity switched to an unspecified date
  • - A New York magazine whenever you like
  • - no particular date for transforming an amenity
  • - Annoyed at being removed from the board?
  • - took a draughtsman in a fit of petulance...
  • - Breathed heavily, like the Big Bad Wolf
  • - Aptitude acquired along the way
  • - Feel, by the way, that children should be taught this
  • - Aptitude one acquires by often being in the way
  • - A target adjusted for rowing event
  • - great trouble for the soldiers at cowes?
  • - Relocated target before a sports meeting
  • - Accurate firearm
  • - Sniper's weapon
  • - search and rob of gun
  • - At an oblique angle
  • - Hastily hung, maybe
  • - A bit off, say
  • - American sweet
  • - "Sweet" 1990 duet by Iggy Pop and Kate Pierson that peaked at No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100
  • - category that includes snickers and whoppers
  • - Auction-house worker
  • - One who estimates the cost of possessions
  • - Assessor breaks a rule after five
  • - Arguable issue
  • - Debatable issue
  • - ...... and Gretel, children who wandered into the wood
  • - Len has confused fairy-tale character
  • - ...... and Gretel are the two siblings who found a house made of candy in the forest
  • - Abstract style associated with the English painter Bridget Riley
  • - Abstract painting style popular in the 1960s
  • - Style of painting embraced by Picasso particularly
  • - Alter or vary
  • - Make a transformation
  • - Coins to drop in church
  • - Actor's outfit
  • - Banana or Sexy Banana, for example
  • - Clothing to disguise someone
  • - Animal kept in the home
  • - Household hound or Himalayan say
  • - Greyhound or gerbil
  • - Animal like Bambi
  • - Venison is expensive, they say!
  • - Forest animal-sounds expensive !
  • - Absent-minded and disorganised
  • - Son, mean and empty-headed
  • - head of school spiteful and disorganised
  • - assemble, as a puzzle
  • - association of readers
  • - Social group of readers
  • - Readers' group
  • - a book hard men hate
  • - Loathe drab, horrible stuff
  • - Loathe a taste of crab hors d'oeuvre
  • - ADD sensitive tenant moving out
  • - Symptom of spring fever.
  • - A bit late in the day, probing 10 in Government
  • - Period between afternoon and night
  • - still during key part of the day
  • - "Allow me!": 2 wds.
  • - beatles song that begins "who knows how long i've loved you?"
  • - "white album" track
  • - Artificial colors
  • - Eliminates a gray area
  • - hides the gray, say
  • - Association abbreviated
  • - the nfl, e.g.
  • - ...iation: company
  • - A picture you take of your own face
  • - A self-portrait photo you take on your phone, and a word added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary in 2014
  • - Picture that is displayed after revolutionary reduction in excess weight
  • - A magical symbol
  • - Occult sign or character
  • - Symbol or emblem
  • - A cross at the end of a card or letter
  • - Lock lips with
  • - Either X in a texter's XOXO
  • - A witch can cast one
  • - Curse cast by a witch
  • - three more than tri-
  • - angry rants
  • - long boring letters of set of beliefs on board
  • - 500 romans in recess after producing such long effusions
  • - An Inconvenient Truth was made by this politician
  • - Former vice president known for environmental activism: 2 wds.
  • - Advantages, anagram of pulses
  • - Positive points
  • - Signs indicating additions
  • - Animals a bit like alpacas
  • - Animals straying in a small way
  • - Woolly animals that can hum
  • - -- Acronym for positive negative positive
  • - Anything worth saving
  • - He maintains a uniform usually goes with his job
  • - Jodi Picoult's book "My Sister's ....." was published in 2004
  • - Accessories supplier for films
  • - Actress Thomas, daughter of Danny
  • - hampton of "the real housewives of atlanta"
  • - Danny Thomas's daughter
  • - a walk in the park means a healthy 1 down without much exertion
  • - yes, one may make it without exertion
  • - Fix my eyes on a dough made effortlessly
  • - astounding – this writer's not actively resisting having made a case for resistance!
  • - Rudely permissive but aweinspiring
  • - setter's following — one million! the papers: "magnificent!"
  • - awards for science-fiction authors
  • - Author Victor et al.
  • - Annual science fiction awards
  • - ...... australis [southern hemisphere phenomenon]
  • - Polar heavenly phenomenon
  • - luminous atmospheric phenomenon
  • - as a soloist
  • - Home ...., Macaulay Culkin Christmas film
  • - Only a man, single
  • - a passion to keep taking part
  • - Sickness cured when the patient is put in a cast
  • - To cure it, is one put in a cast?
  • - a term's rearranged for scholastic group
  • - River, brook
  • - Pour out a lot of water
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