Category: The Guardian
2-January-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. In which to strip off layers of apparel, with chests heaving
  2. Carmen, for example
  3. Take (an exam) again
  4. Backhander
  5. Hack off foremost of oenophiles, tucking into supermarket bubbly
  6. Skin of the head
  7. Attacked
  8. Gets on stage, scared to undress
  9. Little angel
  10. What sportsmen try to win, about to miss shots
  11. Absentees from school
  12. Extremely serene and steady
  13. US writers feature about rock band making a comeback
  14. Heavy ?€” plodding
  15. Diagnose suffering in such a state
  16. Setter up for nude modelling
  17. French wine region
  18. Comprehensive school had Serbo-Croat Society
  19. Person whos no good for one, flipping bum
  20. Evening meal
  21. A lot of pressure: Im not sure youngster will accept it
  22. Jackets for keen army about to show pluck
  23. Not going straight like Oliver?
  24. Daytime performance
  25. Weatherproof jacket
  26. Inferior doctor has name at the bottom of roll
  27. City on the Rio Grande
  28. Unpredictable
  29. Capable
  30. Ill be welcomed by Stefan Edberg out drinking
  31. Stroll
  32. Author of The Pilgrims Progress
  33. Gold colour wheels around Fiat
  34. Paper fasteners
  35. Whats taken angrily from dodgy dealer
  36. Animated film
  37. Fruit man loaded into blue van
  38. Internal secretion ?€” moorhen (anag)
  39. What I do to keep Angelica or Rosemary sweet
  40. (Of a ship) behind
  41. Does one do yoga and do they bear the suffering?
  42. Soldier welcomes a coarse Italian hero
  43. General agreement
  44. Confused fellow felt desire to embrace men in uniform
  45. Regulation rejected by nitwit who lives in southern Belgium?
  46. Free of charge
  47. Almost out of new porridge, one will surely get the breakfast
  48. Militaristic state, country after power
  49. Parties with French wine, gallons put away
  50. Drink noisily
  51. A lot of jealousy over ones final words
  52. Its as touching to be candid
  53. Corresponded
  54. Very