In our website you will be able to access all Evening Standard Cryptic Crossword clues from March 17 2017. We are a group of friends working together and focused on solving all the crosswords and sharing their answers online. The idea why we share the answers online is that many people can’t solve them and we are here to help.
Arrive bearing a new lip make up
Thought to be spirit I’d poured neat into
An invention brought in by a foreigner
No good at all in the point-to-point
Father’s got the makings of a true bacteriologist
Digging for gold, set a trap in
Utter lady, the Queen
Was very fond of the odd ramble, round about half term
A mutt caught in cheating
Inordinately, over and over again
States a quarter are opposed to it
Where you land a good right and then a left
A gun holster?
Grits one’s teeth and smiles when the day is through
Round the hole the small runners race
Quick to attack the soft heart
The car flattens it
Open at the above time
Understand it’s safe to carry a gun with it
Divers are always covered in salt
For her, it’s hard to turn round inside
Send the pinger back
On the subject of viewing
Either hides or allows the public to see
Did the same when the fish pie came in
Such a pace as the smack travels at?
A good beginning for the fledgling?
Later, when the hornet flies onto the coat
They bite, kiddies!
Ignored the past-its-prime port
At this point we’re told to listen
Came by, or was given, a name
In the oven cut up, sir, melting, or rendering
Seem affronted by ‘The British are slackers’
Arrives after the act, to have a drink
First I took Latin – I got ploughed
How you could tell straightaway someone was irritated?
Ordinary or extraordinary speed at which a train moves
An inky finger mark on the drawing?
Intend, also, to get into the group
In return I tease mum for looking gaudy
Answered that it’s wrong to have a grass border
Give to the girl-friend on entering
Bump into the daughter taking the dog out
To put the fellow in the shade would be kind
Regard as a selling point for the estate agent