15 MAY 1936, Page 52

"The Spectator" Crossword No. 190


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ACROSS I. This gun is largely a mistake.

9. Wild-looking author. . 13. rev. Baffle by finesse.

15. This instrument dwells tedi- ously on one combination of tones !

16. How a prodigal wave comes home to shore ?

19. Household gods are out.

20. This with 14 is found be- tween base and cornice of a pedestal.

21. Without reverential fear.

23. A proper assembly ?

24. A border which demands attention.

26. This is out of print.

27. Class of red-blooded worms.

29. Palm in a pocket ?

30. Means of control.

31. Not a glee (anag.).

32. Silk material mostly made from sandstone boulder.

33. " I am . . . Oracle, And, when I ope my lips, let no dog bark."


2. rev. This official begins by partly growing old.

3. Bounce of ball. 4. Formerly formerly.

5. Be quiet !

6. Expresses disgust.

7. One is easily annoyed about this matter. (Two words.) 8. 3. (Two words.) 9. Result of not using the Goldsmith's door:mat ?

10. Aged rain (anag.). ,. • •

11. To render important- though it's of little

12. rev. Small thick piece of anything. 14. See 20.

17. Sorrowful furs ?

18. rev. President's mallet.

22. Couches.

25. rev. There's a point to this.

28. A northern one.