The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,446 – Jun 2 2020

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Battling conformity, troubled firm drops top executive TYCOON
Beauty clasping trimmed gemstone trinket BAGATELLE
Chivalrous tale with idiosyncratic feature relating to love ROMANTIC
Choose nursing team members for constant factor ELEMENT
Composition some charlatan ostensibly rejected SONATA
Creation with numerous gaps in book by old author? OPENWORK
Drink from odd sock RUMPUNCH
Evaluates, it’s said, most of plan for border WAYSIDE
French fries costing less? It’s a critical situation THECHIPSAREDOWN
Gifted toughie consuming beer and books TALENTED
In city regularly banning butter NANNY
Incantation when source of danger loses power MANTRA
Lacking in schooling turned out problematic UNTUTORED
Lengthy message, lacking opening, reached conclusion EXTENDED
Mechanical ear’s covered by fleece ROBOTIC
Philanthropist, setter, say, rounds on upset friend now and then DOGOODER
Rarely it can be associated with writing LITERARY
Restrain revolutionary in ranks TIERED
Six tours organised with opera’s principal star performer VIRTUOSO
Small empty township surrounded by marine plant SWEETPEA
Smart figures organised rite in clipped language LITERATI
Something to wear having reported naked flesh? BEARSKIN
Swine decapitated water creature OTTER
Twisted journalist supporting singular gang SCREWED
Undressed football club bigwigs in goals? PURSUITS
Very great age of octogenarian, male, not English MIGHTY
What boy does with toy in nursery verses? RHYMES