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Mungo’s Crossword N026

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Cryptic Clues


1. Matchless revenue curtailed by moral tale (12)

8. Undergraduate humour? A mythical beast! (7)

9. Average cut of vegetable (7)

11. Controversial Bogle snaffles 19 across (7)

12. Show keenness to measure article about America (7)

13. Painter wants no French about the city (5)

14. Bullet loses lead carbon, substitutes phosphorus to get the bird (9)

16. Shelter Murray, current inside feelers (9)

19. Number one Pine Street (5)

21. Returns about Daisy (7)

23. Famous cant (7)

24. Permit for property right, a quarter over a hundred (7)

25. Swindles, and flies to embrace church (7)

26. Citizen of the world disturbs monastic pool (12)


1. Two individuals, Latin, squabble to go first (7)

2. Strange contour leaves one in the soup! (7)

3. Greek’s letter number 99 to one mate about local government (9)

4. Computer – a very quiet French article (5)

5. Flap ear on top of a hill – it will give you a fizz! (7)

6. Tired but voluptuous k.d. asks you for identification (7)

7. How surfer Young is known to his mates: a mountain, unreal! (12)

10. Here tight, but here and now (7,5)

15. Bitter, and transmitted loudly; broken rule covers it (9)

17. Copper prohibition raised over firm; Verdi made song and dance about it (7)

18. Top to bottom, good to bad maybe (7)

19. Trial of lard for the most obese (7)

20. Polish the holy picture, but don’t cross it – there’s no turning back! (7)

22. Overpriced soak (5)

Quick Clues


1. Matchless, unparalleled (12)

8. Mythical beast (7)

9. Root vegetable (7)

11. Controversial, pertaining to disputation (7)

12. Show eagerness, rejoice in (7)

13. Australian painter, famous for his Ned Kelly series (5)

14. Game bird, seasonally found in a pear tree (9)

16. Appendages, feelers (9)

19. In the winning place (5)

21. Returns, refunds (7)

23. Outstanding, remarkable (7)

24. Official permit, usually a document (7)

25. Swindles, shears (7)

26. Person who acknowledges no one city as home (12)


1. First letter (7)

2. Small piece of fried bread sometimes added to soup (7)

3. Pertaining to local government (9)

4. Beatles’ recording company (5)

5. Device for pumping gas (usually carbon dioxide) into liquid (7)

6. Drooping, apparently tired, often in sexy manner (7)

7. Abnormal, extraordinary; not explicable by science (12)

10. Current; at this time (grammatical term used of verbs) (12)

15. Bitter, harbouring a grudge (9)

17. Opera by Verdi set in old Jerusalem (7)

18. Word meaning the opposite of another (7)

19. Most stout (7)

20. River in Northern Italy which Roman generals were forbidden to cross under arms (7)

22. Precipitous, severely sloping (5)


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