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We found 1 answers for the crossword clue Meets head-on. Crossword Solver - Crossword Clues, synonyms, anagrams and definition of meet head-on. Alan Connor demystifies each type of cryptic crossword clue for favourite device and because they're entertaining and easy to get your head round. 20a As seen in jab, reach of pro miserably failing to meet expectations?.
On a family holiday once in rainy Herefordshire when I was about 13, the local newsagent had run out of both. So we bought the Guardian, which that day contained a puzzle by a setter called Araucaria on the theme of cherry stones that I loved.
So I wrote to him Under his patient tutorship, I had a puzzle published by John Perkin in which I set at the age of 15 - and which looks awful now! What's your favourite of your own clues or puzzles? I don't think I have a favourite, and I tend to forget my clues. I did a puzzle for the Indy for my 42nd birthday on the meaning of life, and I'm quite pleased with the one I am setting for the Christmas Day Telegraph Toughie.
Also, I'm a big fan of achieving "records" in grids. One of my Genius puzzles had only one across clue "Slowly it wanders pauses - creeps King of the Road, Roger Miller" until the late great Taupi took up the challenge and fitted in the whole first paragraph of Catch My favourite clue of all time has to be "Mad, passionate lovers?
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I'll ask for the answer below. Where do you create your puzzles? My "office" is a small table in the corner of a pub in Crouch End which I frequent six days a week from nine to five.
Here I convert my jottings into crosswords and the week's pub quizzes. How do you imagine a solver of your crosswords? There's an old saying that it should be the aim of the compiler to enter into battle with the solver, but to - eventually - lose gracefully. If the solver smiles, even giggles a bit, then it's been worth it. What do you think goes through a solver's mind when she sees that it's an Enigmatist puzzle?
Judging by the blogs, they know there is a task ahead, and editors usually publish me later in the week! I hope, though, that they will enjoy the challenge. How did you choose your pseudonyms? Mainly by reference to the composer Elgarthough Io was because I did a puzzle on the moons of Jupiter, and wasn't allowed two-letter answers. Which other setters do you admire?
ᐅ Meet head-on Crossword Clue - Crossword Answers
What makes a successful clue? Ingenuity, solvability, laughability, mischievousness, maybe a little naughtiness! What makes an unsuccessful clue?
Hackneyed usage and the reverse of the above. One that's been rolled out almost without thought.
Imagine a 7x7x7 cube with you looking at one of its faces - a square of 7x7, which can be turned into a simple crossword by blacking out alternate cells.
One across and one down both have seven letters, starting as normal in the same NW corner square. As is conventional, two, three and four down lead down from one across, all also of seven letters, and then five, six and seven across from one down.
But Astle said anyone could attempt cryptic crosswords with a little knowledge of how they worked.
Here he gives seven clues, each one an example of a common cryptic crossword recipe. Sweet stall 5 The best way to get started on a cryptic crossword, Astle said, was to look for the shortest clue. If a clue only has two words it is most likely using the double-definition recipe, in which you are given two synonyms of the answer. The clue also calls for a synonym for "sweet", so we can deduce that the five-letter solution to this clue is "fudge".
That's the answer Terrain ruined coach 7 "When you see a word that means devastation or rearrangement, just like 'ruined', it's possibly an anagram," Astle said. Rearranging the letters of "terrain" into a word that means "coach" gives you the answer "trainer".
Meet head-on - Crossword Quiz Answers
Apply some simple mentoring 9 The word "some" indicates that this clue follows the hidden formula, where the answer is hidden in the clue. Shopkeeper sounds ruder 6 The appearance of the word "sounds" gives away that this clue is asking for a homophone — a word that sounds like another word.
This clue is asking for a synonym of 'shopkeeper' that sounds like a synonym for 'ruder'.