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Thursday 26 January 2023

[Solution] The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Answers Today Thu Jan 26 2023

Welcome to our free daily The Guardian crossword puzzles Answers Thu Jan 26 2023., 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 Thu Jan 26 2023, The Guardian Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting website in solving all the Thu Jan 26 2023 Times Crossword Answers.


Across :

9. Northerner's circuit training — learn to carry dumb-bells at first (9) : LAPLANDER

10. Board tour Fiji and map all central parts (5) : OUIJA

11. Revolutionary artist wearing flower — it's cheesy (7) : RAREBIT

12. Two ducks, one steeped in some orange — it's stickiest (7) : OOZIEST

13. Man expected to smuggle diamonds (4) : DUDE

14. I toss bouquet out — completely timeless and ingratiating (10) : OBSEQUIOUS

16. Take into account, daughter breaking in 17 down, for example (7) : INCLUDE

17. Official fines follow contrived alibi (7) : BAILIFF

19. Clear tracks are provided in the US by this singer to intimidate jazz fan at the start (10) : COWCATCHER

22. Elements of dance chosen — it precedes foxtrot (4) : ECHO

24. Book in vigorous exercise, moving right to left — it involves handles (2,5) : CBRADIO

25. Saw bishop parking car in front (7) : PROVERB

26. Smarter dog's guarding excavated treasure (5) : CUTER

27. About making things cleaner and, potentially, also nicer (9) : CENSORIAL

Down :

1. Director flared up having problem over total nonsense (6,9) : ALFREDHITCHCOCK

2. Irregular police looking back over disorganised raid (8) : SPORADIC

3. Regulars in navy, inspired by honour — it's a possibility (5) : MAYBE

4. Somewhat faded it — a bleach is still open to further changes (8) : EDITABLE

5. Recalling essence of George Michael, say, to cover musical rhythm (6) : GROOVE

6. UK is supporting British drink — they have strings attached (9) : BOUZOUKIS

7. Bristol ordered drug for street sweeper (6) : LIBERO

8. Somehow off to a nasty dance for team building competition? (7,8) : FANTASYFOOTBALL

15. Also lacking water after canal settled (3,3,3) : CUTANDDRY

17. Perhaps mild smell gives away drinking game (4,4) : BEERPONG

18. New direction, having no old money in the bank (2,6) : INCREDIT

20. March, maybe, after conflict — displaying passion (6) : WARMTH

21. Ex-England footballer content to leave corner — that hurts (6) : CROUCH

23. Worth occasionally going into Spar to get beauty product (5) : BOTOX

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