The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,462 – Jun 30 2020

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Afraid leather disguises having nothing on? IDLE
After confused agitation, sailor gets biscuit FLAPJACK
Article rejected quotes about conservative man leading disciplined life ASCETIC
Attack very light, just opening ASSAIL
Boundless optimism in speech ORAL
Clear thinking with good fortune capturing thicko with no love for king LUCIDITY
Credible as beginnings of legal year LIKELY
Diamonds, for example, and gold for lover SUITOR
Discipline of type of fiction SCIENCE
Fall in drops and drips regularly lit up DISTIL
Flog despicable person, pest seen down under CANETOAD
Half of titans think deeply about ordinary little flier TITMOUSE
In a frenzy: pet adder’s gone DEPARTED
Incarnation of backsliding renegade, a vice-admiral AVATAR
Indeed, once pig pen could be characterised by upheaval YEASTY
Leave droppings SCAT
Limit animal flesh, we’re told METE
Marriage partner introducing grand game BRIDGE
Metal splinter left moving nearer to heart SILVER
Odd piles, curiously off balance LOPSIDED
Of organisms, one in horse parasite I primarily control BIOTIC
Old yet tipsily found after inn in a riot NINETY
Pampered son accumulated entertaining dross essentially SPOILED
Put in motion part four of drama at Globe finally ACTIVATE
Regrets holding key but frees from captivity RESCUES
Restrict amount of drink essentially consumed in desert RATION
Sadly, son, I can’t give permission SANCTION
Stable and confident embracing rising church SECURE
Train engineers transport for late passengers REHEARSE
Treasonous face admitting nothing in cunning DISLOYAL
Tricked involving end of lesson taught without challenge SPOONFED
Tricky manoeuvre’s skill whenever on skating rink, say ARTIFICE