Cryptic clues are often divided into two parts. One part is a straight definition of the answer, and the other part is a cryptic description utilizing wordplay. The order and the divide between parts are for the solver to figure out. If you are new to cryptics, we provide a detailed tutorial. It will open in a new window.
1. Grande Dame can still play the ponies. (7)
|1. '20s art and bootlegged booze betray propriety. (7)|
|4. Cat, I have jammed in Connecticut. (5)||2. Street crosser in withdrawal signalled hello. (5)|
|6. Commando terrorist conceals a real fawner. (5)||3. Former worker has car with new rubber. (7)|
|7. Old Persian adopts this country – brings jellyfish. (7)||5. Eliot has a summer and heads to France. (5)|
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