Category: The Times – Specialist Crossword Answers
17-September-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Buzz Answers

  1. 1."Every age is fed on illusions, lest men should ____ life early and the human race come to an end” (Joseph Conrad)
  2. 2.Loads beginning to notice cracking retro boozer
  3. 3.Experience shared by Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump
  4. 4.The Principality of ____ included Perpignan between 1493 and 1659
  5. 5.American bird in trousers finding open spaces in the Borders
  6. 6.Italian equivalent of the Hawaiian "aloha”
  7. 7.Routes like the M60 or Coventry's A4053
  8. 8.Stream boast about carrier of classified stuff having no future
  9. 9.Loosely scatter bags finally upcycled
  10. 10.Feline owned by Lewis Carroll's Duchess
  11. 11.Newfangled wokery brought about havoc, say, for old poet
  12. 12."I generally avoid temptation unless I can't ____ it” (Mae West)
  13. 13.Boris Johnson's optimistic 2019 description of a Brexit deal
  14. 14.Right to include origins of locally sourced seaweed
  15. 15.Apprentice is beginning to mimic artist's movement
  16. 16.Dickens bride who lived in Satis House
  17. 17.French rank it in pig
  18. 18."____ is magic that works” (Kurt Vonnegut)
  19. 19.Stormy petrel Earl stuffed
  20. 20.Like stilettos, for example
  21. 21.What sets off perfectly prepared porridge? That is a rich dish
  22. 22.The ____ massacre took place at an 1819 rally in Manchester supporting political reform
  23. 23.Behold! Sure ready for honour
  24. 24.Animals such as Hobbes of Calvin and Hobbes
  25. 25.Aspect of arctic coast I indicated loudly
  26. 26.Leaving Portalegre's sorrowful to some extent
  27. 27.Central subject of socialite Emily Post's books
  28. 28.Plants often seen out in numbers on March 17th?
  29. 29.Most rushed
  30. 30.Future tense of turn out
  31. 31.Hairstyle promoted by the Black is Beautiful movement
  32. 32.Printer's to pull spaces from reprinted Auden assuming latitude
  33. 33.Three connected rhymed lines in poetry
  34. 34.Informal name for some kinds of delphinium
  35. 35.Grape variety that can be suffixed by grigio and noir
  36. 36.Old foreign coppers opposed to getting into passive-aggressive play
  37. 37.Author of The Joy Luck Club (1989)
  38. 38.With book out, refreshed a blooming musty collection of coins, say
  39. 39.Nickname for the Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter
  40. 40.The green cormorant; a type of tobacco
  41. 41.Pot-bellied baldie edges to chute that's proverbially golden
  42. 42.Singer who released Hurdy Gurdy Man in 1968
  43. 43.Rat who mentors the Teenage Mutant Turtles
  44. 44.Constant or regular stays
  45. 45.1864 novel by Sheridan Le Fanu, subtitled A Tale of Bartram Haugh
  46. 46.Richard Nixon presented this singer with a special Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs badge in 1970
  47. 47.Kiwi farmer otherwise likes shielding female area, right?
  48. 48.England goalie involved in a 2023 strip dispute
  49. 49.Grammatical case expressing ownership
  50. 50.Son in the grip of money is hot being somewhat profligate
  51. 51.Element called "inflammable air” by Henry Cavendish, who is generally credited with discovering it
  52. 52.Football team who play at Riverside Stadium
  53. 53.Exotic veg in a can
  54. 54.Trawlerman you'd think could be a prankster?
  55. 55.In the old way you will hold chaps reversing a harmful thing
  56. 56.Duluth, at the western end of ____, is the world's furthest inland port reachable by oceangoing ships
  57. 57.In painting, the French equivalent of "still life”
  58. 58.One targets quarry following a letter of credit and no backing
  59. 59.Bitch about recurrent feature of yuppie flu, as it was
  60. 60."____ (dum-dum-dum-dumdy-doo-wah)” (Roy Orbison)
  61. 61.Lost satisfaction with learned landscape
  62. 62.1955 Hitchcock film starring Cary Grant as a retired criminal
  63. 63.Posy in Spenser's to vex, long time held up
  64. 64.Singer whose debut album A Little Deeper won the 2002 Mercury Music Prize
  65. 65.Celebrate spinning this twin
  66. 66.Vessel for a shaken and not stirred cocktail?
  67. 67.Lukewarm is a con, ideal to be released
  68. 68.English art critic who wrote Modern Painters
  69. 69.Tradesperson informally known as a sparky
  70. 70.Laugh with me behind gent from the east
  71. 71.Torturingly famous clues could be of such ages
  72. 72.According to his score inscribed by Holst, the conductor Adrian Boult "first caused ____ to shine in public”
  73. 73.One who makes an opposing statement
  74. 74.Modern mechanical puppetry
  75. 75.Dapper boor or rough man I dressed
  76. 76."Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive, and will come forth ____, in uglier ways” (Sigmund Freud)
  77. 77.Drummer, with furrow concealed, is who's square-bashing
  78. 78.Relatively easy to put on over your head
  79. 79.Beat poet whose collection Howl and Other Poems was published in 1956
  80. 80.Part of Scotland where George Orwell completed the novel 1984
  81. 81.This group of gulls circled back of a calf
  82. 82.A film lover
  83. 83.By the way, in Sallust see upsetting porky
  84. 84.European waterway containing the Portland area