the telegraph cryptic - Crossword Answers | 2019 11 11

crossword answers
Clue Answer
Mostly bad-tempered note CROTCHET
Marvellous, very amusing detailed material FABRIC
Homesickness caused by reacting to a signal NOSTALGIA
Investor receiving money, as one exchanging favours for mutual advantage BACKSCRATCHER
Lead weapon used by chief SPEARHEAD
Belief unacceptable across island NOTION
Cold and unemotional type in charge, diver recalled ICEBERG
British want to include 'ER', a TV series BLACKADDER
Bookkeeper's sign – managed to get hold of one LIBRARIAN
Challenged about feeding my old man DARED
Choral music singers delight staff GLEECLUB
Prophet some stoned by front of synagogue MOSES
SOMEONE SNARLING IN OLD HORSE-DRAWN CAB GROWLER
First to sell plough, for all that STILL
Note what Tuscany has? MIDDLEC
Precise remedy SPECIFIC
Ready money in strong bag brought back by husband HARDCASH
Measure mountain range CHAIN
Willing to participate, worker readily available ONHAND
Widespread stick for military advisers GENERALSTAFF
Very very indifferent SOSO
Unreasonableness shown by Irish supporter about quota IRRATIONALLY
Work schedule in bistro, taxing ROTA
Walking aid, article found in church CANE
Witty remark about eastern passenger ship ONELINER
Sweet and sour delivery ACIDDROP
Excellent spinner having fine match TOPFLIGHT
Fetching a few after victory WINSOME
Emotional pang amongst right-wingers TWINGE
Drink royal upset LAGER
Deliberately set fire to church by rocky peak TORCH
Disapprove of old unpredictable popes OPPOSE
Flirting beginning to destroy partnership DALLIANCE
Happy laughing about advertisement RADIANT
Has news of English vehicle HEARSE
Flag examined, reportedly, then put out REDCROSS
Greek and English entering in good time for tea EARLGREY
Saying few words, the Parisian caught with counterfeit coin LACONIC
Story about black piece of furniture TABLE
Quickly getting in a large car SALOON
Silence head of administration, slightly crazy GAGA
Under emotional strain in past, perhaps TENSE
Small blue vehicle, one lagging behind SLOWCOACH
Troublesome situation weak characters raised STEW
Spots some in open carriage heading north ACNE
Prison term given by one lacking awareness? Just the opposite SENTENCE
Snakes, excellent specimens RATTLERS
The Parisian soon ringing editor put under pressure LEANEDON
Alluring girl, heartless in love GLAMOROUS
MAKE A FORCED LANDING IN THE SEA OR DESERT? DITCH
A ploy to detain Hamlet, initially for a brief period AWHILE
Act over form, from what we hear, forming a barrier TURNSTILE
American introduced to remarkable dame is delighted AMUSED
Quickly putting drop of rum in sauce PRESTO
Taking Ecstasy inside must stop HEAVETO
Also short of rum, et cetera ANDSOFORTH
Aquatic plant, deep down, tangled PONDWEED
Omit girl in error MISSOUT