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Tuesday, 26 July 2022

[Solution] The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Answers Today Tue Jul 26 2022

Welcome to our free daily The Guardian crossword puzzles Answers Tue Jul 26 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 Tue Jul 26 2022, The Guardian Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting website in solving all the Tue Jul 26 2022 Times Crossword Answers.


Across :

1. Sign programme's finishing early (3,6) : THEARCHER

6. Look, fellows, current's coming in! (4) : MIEN

8. Get on well with one posh bloke after bonk (3,2,3) : HITITOFF

9. A lot of cleaning staff to keep home going for actor (6,7) : DUSTIN

10. Will one want people getting on with the job? (6) : AGEIST

11. Enforcer-in-chief's right — extremist spilling his guts (8) : MARTINET

12. It could be an Oxford way of speaking (6) : BROGUE

15. Can mean trouble, as Billy the Kid was (8) : NICKNAME

16. Small vessels in which one crosses over river (8) : AMPOULES

19. Mate, I nearly forgot to back more than one English runner (6) : SPOUSE

21. With flattery, talk round Eastern European living in desperation (8) : INVEIGLE

22. Plays with old money children dropped (6) : DRAMAS

24. Bird told me to go halves, taking back note (6) : TOMTIT

25. That's frightening about fan's collapse (4,4) : KEELOVER

26. Almost a disaster — point to what should prevent a shock (4,5) : NEAR

27. OK member of the bourgeoisie receives black mark (2,7) : NOPROBLEM

Down :

1. See 26 : THING

2. Leaving? Rousing cheer initially let out (7) : EXITING

3. No money for accommodation on square? Spend the night here (5) : ROOST

4. See 9 : HOFFMAN

5. Cardinal's displeasure at court summons originally is diverting (9) : REDIRECTS

6. Undertaking counterpart of 8, might one say, that's timeless? (7) : MISSION

7. Skin deep wound — one kept getting careless taking E's (9) : EPIDERMIS

13. No reason to be worried about end of term feature (5,4) : ROMANNOSE

14. Tell blonde nurses to come around (9) : ENLIGHTEN

17. Row about home getting low rating (3-4) : ONESTAR

18. Climax during drink! What did you say? (5,2) : SPEAKUP

20. Having sustained success, Ronaldo left for Germany, surprisingly (2,1,4) : ONAROLL

22. Diamonds I repeatedly show a Spaniard (5) : DIEGO

23. Before leaving north, live where the best players are (1-4) : ATEAM

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