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Wednesday 17 August 2022

[Solution] The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Answers Today Wed Aug 17 2022

Welcome to our free daily The Guardian crossword puzzles Answers Wed Aug 17 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 Aug 17 2022, The Guardian Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting website in solving all the Wed Aug 17 2022 Times Crossword Answers.


Across :

9. Conservative Party? (4,5) : WORKEVENT

10. Old duke, surprisingly, not originally known to sweat (5) : EXUDE

11. Platform Four's last at Old Street — strange (7) : ROSTRUM

12. One day to embellish speech (7) : ADDRESS

13. Some hope at first for English breaking such a law (4) : OHMS

14. Drink ruined a grocer at sea — he does have loads on his mind (10) : SUPERCARGO

16. Having a scholarly manner (like Trump?) (7) : DONNISH

17. Flipping cheek, about to claim win! (7) : PREVAIL

19. Threat of force — Spooner's spray didn't work (6,4) : MAILEDFIST

22. Brief case in flat (4) : EVEN

24. Old runner backward about money but a quick learner? (7) : CRAMMER

25. Clergy ultimately preach nonsense in diocese? (7) : EPARCHY

26. Back in flat, celebrating return (5) : ELECT

27. Support going up and down (9) : BANNISTER

Down :

1. A hang-up that's worrying son — close to collapse following mother's remark (5,2,8) : SWORDOFDAMOCLES

2. Say, the Taoiseach is meeting the Queen in foreign country (8) : IRISHMAN

3. Drunk author emptied the bottle (5) : HEART

4. Maybe it hurt — move awkwardly (8) : VERMOUTH

5. Turkey stuffing for Peter's pepper (6) : STRAFE

6. Problems with boss — hard ones to describe (9) : HEADACHES

7. Pride march finally banned influential film director (6) : AUTEUR

8. Clue to dastardly con followed up here? (3,8,4) : NEWSCOTLANDYARD

15. Success taking cat (queen, say) up in this? (5,4) : TIGERMOTH

17. Points in support of Bill Gates (8) : POSTERNS

18. Recommend making an appoint­ment about case shortly (8) : ADVOCATE

20. Inn for travellers — it accommodates horse (6) : IMARET

21. Found close to Merseyside town (6) : FORMBY

23. French artist composed a video feature (5) : DAVID

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