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3rd November 2008, 17:01
I love cryptic clues that make sense in their own right and this is my favourite,it's quite old and solvers will get it straight away.
8 letters.I'd love to know of your favourites.
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mike b

3rd November 2008, 19:47
I certainly didn't get it straight away. Is it APERITIF? My favourite is another old one:

Not A to G or P to Z. (5)
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3rd November 2008, 20:01
yes it is aperitif ape=take off spitfire belly=ritif.Your clue =water.I first saw that clue in the Telegraph as i,j,k,l,m,n.
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jerry smith

3rd November 2008, 22:52
My favourite clue of all time: Around the back
thousands here in France.(10) Published in
STimes Mephisto earlier this year!
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4th November 2008, 08:30
Love the water clues. Never heard of ritif!
I was once told of a clue as follows:
" (1,6,1,4)"
I love the idea of it but have always doubted if it complies with the accepted rules. I would prefer a single word answer with 8 letters. Any comments?
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4th November 2008, 08:42
Didn't see this myself but have heard it mentioned a few goes something like this..

SGEG? (9)

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4th November 2008, 12:01
My favourite is :
Important Power of Attorney (11).
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4th November 2008, 14:21
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paul merrygold

4th November 2008, 18:41
2 of my favourite clues are:

014 (6,5) Ans = Double Agent

(8) Ans = Clueless
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4th November 2008, 22:46
I love the cryptic definitions, as I think they are known. My particular favourite so far is:

It's unlikely to be a stone (5,5)

from the Sunday Telegraph a couple of years ago.
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