Category: The Times – Specialist
4-November-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Daily Crossword Puzzle Answers

  1. Mortal turned towards beguiling noise, no?
  2. 2017 Pixar film based on Mexico's Day of the Dead holiday
  3. The alligator pear
  4. Classical Latin name for Ireland
  5. Unconventional unit led agent to weaken?
  6. Row about what limits thankful claimant in the past
  7. Final game or match which settles the outcome
  8. Expression like "Ten items or less” or "you should of said”
  9. Popular name for Phaseolus coccineus, grown ornamentally and for food
  10. Tom ___ starred in Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence
  11. A set of overseas selectors heading west of Wishaw
  12. Part of a series appearing on the internet rather than broadcast or cable TV
  13. Flower (Chinese), first from the right school
  14. A small German hotel
  15. Hilary Mantel novel, a follow-up to Wolf Hall, and winner of the 2012 Man Booker prize
  16. Open country or grassland of South Africa
  17. Hinder nurse
  18. Roman Senator who played a leading role in the assassination of Julius Caesar
  19. Former Chelsea player-manager who made 66 appearances for the Netherlands
  20. Parasol which can also be used as an umbrella
  21. What sewer carries is pretty fruity from the central regions
  22. In Greek cuisine, a meat stew with onions
  23. Colouring anecdotal collection with extreme spinning
  24. Real Madrid manager who resigned after their 2018 UEFA Champions League victory
  25. In American whiskeys, the main alternative to bourbon
  26. Actor noted for his roles as serial killer Freddy Krueger
  27. Adult clumsily cleans daggers
  28. Jean-François Champollion is best-known as the ____ of Egyptian Hieroglyphs
  29. Polynesian superman's indefinable quality set in gold
  30. Charles Dickens novel divided into five "staves”
  31. Miss providing massage reportedly
  32. Racket in fake tax-man's district
  33. A sliding step in ballet
  34. Hungary's 27 per cent is currently the highest standard rate of ____ in Europe
  35. Revamped tablets, such as may be charged in, eg, All Souls Buttery
  36. Author of The Blue Flower
  37. Timber is extremely artificial
  38. Ship is steadied by this thing which is round a stone
  39. Actress who appeared in many Bob Hope and Bing Crosby "road” movies
  40. Title of songs by Pink Floyd and the Spice Girls
  41. Daily work by Sergeant-Major on motivational research
  42. 1968 Charles Portis novel and a 1969 John Wayne film
  43. The person who had to be told about the 1986 privatisation of British Gas
  44. The S in HTTPS
  45. Copper swells in recycled jeans?
  46. Industrious colonist back outside state restaurant in the Aegean
  47. Colloquial name for concrete obstacles intended to hinder the progress of tanks
  48. "The progress of rivers to the ocean is not so rapid as that of man to ____” (Voltaire)
  49. Small restaurant which, traditionally, brewed its own beer
  50. Opening in kilt ridicule challenging mag
  51. Deaccession book from premium load
  52. Series of eight paintings by William Hogarth
  53. To fall asleep, diminish, or leave someone at the airport?
  54. London Weekend Television sitcom starring John Alderton as schoolteacher Bernard Hedges
  55. Foodstuff possibly named after a Belgian city or region
  56. Harry insulting commie makes steady progress
  57. Unbending stickler's point in trading place
  58. Informally, remove oneself from an online notification list
  59. A dietary ____ deficiency is the main cause of goitre
  60. Epithet for Peter Walker in the 1980s Conservative party
  61. Concert is into morphing zydeco comp, perhaps
  62. One of the three Theban plays by Sophocles
  63. Margherita Taylor is the newest host of this BBC property programme
  64. The European ____ is a civil rights treaty, created in 1961
  65. Naval officer's utter delight rounding the Kentish region?
  66. County whose Wikipedia article currently says "Not to be confused with South Essex”
  67. The Tube left to go by cerebration?
  68. Informally, members of his party opposed to reforms started by Neil Kinnock
  69. Name of the ranch, and its owner, reached by Chuck Noland at the end of Cast Away (2000 film)
  70. The son of an Austrian emperor
  71. In error lead oblivion and endless opportunity in decay
  72. Smallest of the Great Lakes
  73. Lodge in luxury college, cohab should ring
  74. Like mistletoe on trees
  75. In America wolf up bit of Thucydides
  76. Italian company on greeting
  77. Author of The Good Soldier
  78. Germany's largest urban area
  79. Eliot's opening on sitting under brown shrub seen in poetry
  80. Achieves something — often one of many similar achievements
  81. Steals wheels from the south
  82. Lit up and ready to burst
  83. Owing (rent, for example)
  84. "The nodding ____ bends before the wind” (The Fear of Flowers, John Clare)
  85. Shakespeare's mess is intractable
  86. Connection between the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara
  87. Boater, say, to lie about reefer
  88. Writer, philosopher and, for 51 years, partner of Jean-Paul Sartre
  89. In Greek myth, a beautiful youth killed by a discus thrown by Apollo, his lover
  90. Faraday — outstanding type
  91. Main protagonist of The Hunger Games
  92. Vega is the brightest star in this small northern constellation
  93. Yuri is the first name of the protagonist in this Boris Pasternak novel
  94. To bask is in New Mexico's set of orthodox beliefs