Category: The Guardian – Cryptic Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Not one's own terrace: dug hole around it
  2. 2.Bubbly came in, or a hot drink
  3. 3.Psychic in fear entering water off Marseille?
  4. 4.Change 22 19 14 24 down
  5. 5.Tree in great danger, ultimately
  6. 6.A wine came into being
  7. 7.22 19 14 24 down idiotic?
  8. 8.22 across in rift: annoyed about that
  9. 9.Spiv in 22 across doffing cap, reptile
  10. 10.22 across, India, a 22 across
  11. 11.22 across observing king's abdication? Don't hold your breath!
  12. 12.Insect flying without left wing catches head on hatstand
  13. 13.Drive round a 22 across
  14. 14.Untutored maverick evicted
  15. 15.Deplore minimum of gravitas in almost entirely banal 14
  16. 16.Less cooked, flipped over rump prodded by skewer, finally
  17. 17.Opening section curtailed for 22 19 14 24 down
  18. 18.22 19 14 24 down in US city
  19. 19.22 across, not a 14 22 across
  20. 20.Face a Celt screwed up, in a manner of speaking
  21. 21.Brief spark for a shiner
  22. 22.A team order established principle
  23. 23.Islander certain to move when island disappears
  24. 24.Music where woman's parts reversed?
  25. 25.12 up for 14
  26. 26.Roar half-heartedly — for the next clue?
  27. 27.Jumble due, bag just put down
  28. 28.Sea swell aboard cutter
  29. 29.Airliner emptied, a line appearing under drill on a plane, say
  30. 30.Number of suits in outhouse not originally stored away


About The Guardian Cryptic Crossword

The most popular newspaper in Britain The Guardian, publishes two crossword puzzles namely the Quick Crossword and Cryptic Crossword. The Guardian is owned by the Scott Trust and is very popular among the locals since its inception in the year 1821. These crossword puzzles are famous for being the wittiest and toughest ones and draw a huge crowd of crossword lovers.

The cryptic crosswords are published from Monday to Saturday. Of these the Saturday cryptic crossword is a prize crossword and the winner is by far the best brain in town. The Guardian also offer daily quick crossword puzzle which is comparatively easier to solve.

The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Contests

The Guardian crossword puzzles can be played in the newspaper the old and original way or by downloading their application. The online version is gaining lot of popularity these days and it is easy to carry around too. It gives the users a free trial version followed by a paid subscription. The benefits include free and complete access to all types of crossword puzzles and five levels of Sudoku.

There is a rich archive that the players can access and it has all the puzzles that have been published in the last twenty years. The players can play the crossword alone or rope in their friends and make it fun and challenging. Playing these crosswords on a daily basis is like giving your brain a daily dose of exercise. You will also notice a vast change in your vocabulary and general knowledge as you dig deeper in the world of crossword puzzles.

The online game also gives the players an option of getting help when they are stuck halfway and unable to play further.
The Guardian cryptic crossword solutions are published from Monday to Saturday where Saturday is the Prize crossword.
The guardian cryptic crossword answers are published in the newspaper on the next day whereas on the same day in online puzzles. Guardian cryptic solutions are also analyzed by crossword experts in their blogs.

These cryptic crosswords have clues which are twisted and only if you crack the clue, can you reach to the word that fits in the black and white squares.

The other categories of crossword puzzles published by the guardian are Prize, Guardian Weekend, Genius, Speedy, EveryMan, The Guardian Quiptic crossword etc. All of these cater to the different needs of crossword players. Some are easy, beginner level and others are weekend special.

The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Setters:

The Guardian has a list of esteemed setters who have been the brains behind the puzzles for a very long time. They are mostly identified by a pseudonym and all of their names are mentioned in the website online.

There is also a detailed column that depicts the type of crossword puzzle that each setter specializes in. There are some setters like Anto who only produce cryptic crosswords and others like Arachne who produce all three types of crossword puzzles. The puzzles published under the name of Biggles were jointly produced by a group of four top setters.

 

The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Solutions

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