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Wednesday 19 January 2022

[Solution] The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Answers Today Wed Jan 19 2022

Welcome to our free daily The Guardian crossword puzzles Answers Wed Jan 19 2022., formerly known as and Guardian Unlimited, is a British news and media website owned by the Guardian Media Group. The creators of the The Guardian newspaper has also shared 2 pages of their newspaper with some games that you can play while you are having a break. 

Following the clues and attempt to fill in all the The Guardian puzzle’s squares making you tedious?. We at happy to help you with crossword answers. Check back each day for a new The Guardian Crossword Answers or explore ones we recently published. Here is the complete list of clues and answers for the Wed Jan 19 2022, The Guardian Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting website in solving all the Wed Jan 19 2022 Times Crossword Answers.


Across :

8. Knight feeding waterbird to queen, say? (8) : BEDIVERE

9. A thin peg, originally designed, that's pushed into hair (6) : HATPIN

10. See 7 : ABET

11. Aged aristo sacked, thank God (3,7) : DEOGRATIAS

12. Queen behind an old faithful companion, briefly backing high street trader (6) : GROCER

14. Protection from sunlight certainly possessed in centre of Greece (8) : EYESHADE

15. Castles for female player (7,7) : BARBARA

17. See 15 : WINDSOR

20. King or queen, say, cutting fruit, one might eat it all (8) : GOURMAND

22. Place keeping masks etc in pawn (6) : PUPPET

23. Kings for author (5,5) : HENRYJAMES

24. White pawn (4) : HOCK

25. Lovely island castle (6) : GLAMIS

26. Parsimony has got queen into trouble (8) : MEANNESS

Down :

1. Song she sang about bishop where 2 etc found? (8) : HERBARIA

2. Perfect coin (4) : MINT

3. Audible tunes for king or queen, say (6) : LEADER

4. Understand cricketing term — clear (3,4) : GETOVER

5. King Lear, his head in conclusion off? (7,1) : CHARLESI

6. Wrongly accused, as one hopes those leaving theatre have been (8,2) : STITCHEDUP

7. Conspire with saintly bishop, a debt to resolve (3,3,4) : AIDAND

13. Content of computer wiper twice by me, ie foolishly in online fraud? (10) : CYBERCRIME

16. Register right, make changes again (8) : READJUST

18. Number of balls thrown, grey (8) : OVERCAST

19. Japanese food English lady eats in the morning (7) : EDAMAME

21. Playwright I harm (6) : ONEILL

22. Kind of delivery from the east of Germany into China (6) : POSTAL

24. Clue in Telegraph intractable (4) : HINT

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