Category: The Times – Cryptic
9-February-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Officer pulling wings off lady beetle and termite
  2. Lady jockey in the news, almost always
  3. Answer four consecutive letters about a new currency
  4. After present, left watch for sculptor
  5. Restless energy in reverse kicking action?
  6. Stop someone telling joke
  7. Criticise "daft” clothes? They might
  8. Peter out of luck at first, if at races
  9. One staring too long: will he disappear, finally?
  10. Make revolting violet-coloured biscuit
  11. Blimps regularly track aircraft
  12. Had lilies regularly dropped round for girl
  13. Native of Channel Islands, note, descending on Japanese school
  14. Remain behind brook
  15. Order gal to feel pulse
  16. A way to colour match — with pronounced finish
  17. The likelihood of only smaller bras being available?
  18. City once through hesitation allowing unknown enemy to enter
  19. Issue pack that's easily handled
  20. Grab food and beer, heading off
  21. See tailless sloth's burying its head in squalor
  22. Cheerful girl, by and large
  23. Confusion resulting from action of forge: what's new?
  24. It's a gas using axes to slice melon!
  25. Man perhaps stops crazy fool
  26. After skirmishing ok — the rest on stretchers
  27. Greener gym conserves power
  28. Declare capital of Venezuela just the thing for royal assignment?
  29. Tea party excluding Bohemian fellow
  30. Bright bird one missed from different late quiz shows
  31. Dish when warm emits aromas at the outset
  32. Badly want to lose weight
  33. Smart men dressed down — one found in bed?
  34. Winds up unnecessary contracts
  35. Pressing obsession to contain evil spoken of
  36. After short taste of Broadway, courts certain opera lovers
  37. One doing handouts allowed in chap to feed baby
  38. Oddly neglected fiances kiss saucy amateur
  39. Undergarment picked up for revel
  40. Restore control over country
  41. She's example of one backing demise of world body?
  42. Alternative to banger, maybe displaying zip
  43. Volatile vet is fearless and forceful
  44. Members bound to keep to themselves, even?
  45. No half measures from lowdown artist, female, and lowdown artist-poet
  46. Without leaders we might see an age of maturity
  47. In theory, little time to intercept an enemy, presumably
  48. Hosting plays at time of presentation
  49. Ran out of drink and cursed, half-cut
  50. In Ancient Greek, no end of grammar
  51. Maud sheds clothes after endless lager and spicy rice
  52. Old single guys dig tarts bursting with pizazz in the East End
  53. Patois of old boy one had easily picked up
  54. Brief all guards in Washington, first line of defence
  55. Crustacean's shortened tongue put out, briefly
  56. Skimpy attire Keith gingerly covers up
  57. Journalist's heading to court on business
  58. Feline couplings can be heard
  59. Villain's Irish accent putting off British
  60. Tot's initial reprimand for crying
  61. One providing a flavour of scripture lessons with Irish in school
  62. Out-of-tune shepherd-tenor would ruin opera
  63. Poor sap treated suitably
  64. A month from Quebec to the Alaskan port
  65. No leaves left? Park closed
  66. That familiar person embraced by Tokyo, UK, now wholly
  67. Pay to have hotel for vacation in Irish town
  68. Sanctimonious, before experiencing pain
  69. With this tweet, mean to be heard?
  70. Departs from New Zealand port after time, having found the station?
  71. European champion missing out on gold is put out
  72. Switch positions with English girl: promotion wasted
  73. Father got us bananas, much in demand
  74. Depleted after too many catches dropped by some cricket girl
  75. Advancing relatives turn up gaping and twitching
  76. Son in light blue tee, crouching
  77. Dads ultimately get some stick
  78. Flag Nazi's stolen originally now national property
  79. Nice area where young retire in western Europe: endless astonishment
  80. Quiet old man hiding in an under-fire vessel
  81. Groom footballer for award?
  82. Mostly working with university, in one's element
  83. Roughly, American grabs one ancient jurist
  84. Proposal by board that can be put to bed?
  85. Anxiety about millions leaving huge country
  86. Gradually, Post Office couple refusing to serve grasping pensioner
  87. Spanker, maybe, was made to pull up bloomers
  88. Pretty good routine that holds attractions
  89. Baker in a suit
  90. Sailor on watch may start to sleep, outrageously