Crossword Puzzle Info

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,451 – Aug 25 2020 Crossword Answers

Published in The Telegraph Cryptic Crossword.

Clues Answers
A small quantity of money — one no good’s taking it ASSUMING
Bill polite about set of books NOTICE
Businesses are about to be cutting choices OPERATIONS
Came close to bird behind daughter EMULATED
Doing front crawl, perhaps — length for women losing weight SLIMMING
Ended nice novel welcoming writer’s lack of constraint INDEPENDENCE
Flowers lifted with spades ROSES
Fruit that’s rotten coming out of one’s mouth? UGLI
Haul up fish, we’re told RAISE
Have confidence in removing leader in charge of the country RUSTIC
Her cats regularly departed after snake’s appearance ASPECT
Hostile female entering inn, rudely dancing UNFRIENDLY
I list armies fighting, concealing current resemblances SIMILARITIES
Nobleman exercises with the Queen PEER
Nods off seconds after Prime Minister’s turned up SLEEPS
Plane maybe rising in sheer trajectory TREE
Poles, say, are up nose, weirdly EUROPEANS
Produce eastern maiden with sex appeal EMIT
Promotion offers exciting experiences ADVENTURES
Put down skip oddly in warehouse DEPOSIT
Putting up with pain SUFFERING
Record old dance DISCO
Saved communist, securing plaudits finally — and Trump’s stick? RESCUED
Sensible with each other TOGETHER
Splinter group admitting American power is questionable SUSPECT
The lady with a fine bundle of papers SHEAF
Try diamonds with gown? Not right for beautiful woman GODDESS
Unusual if Fred’s treated by hospital department DIFFERENT
Vast liner at sea breaks INTERVALS
What tea leaves might be put in the jug? IMPRISONED