Friday, 9 September 2016

Cryptic Clues Type "B" CB 16 to CB 20

CB 16: He sits for a research dissertation (6)

CB 17: Close friend sits on my lap (3)

CB 18: Comb rests on a lock of hair (5)

CB 19: Look, it’s all wet, this purse (6)

CB 20: Scoundrel found in villa (6)

Solutions to the above set of clues can be viewed at Solutions for CB 16 to CB 20

Would you like to understand the above type of clues before solving them? Please visit Understanding Cryptic Clues Type "B"

SOLUTIONS to Cryptic Clues CB 11 to CB 15

CB 11: Can Danes hike on this mountain range? (5) ANDES
CB 12: A sum for a maths problem? To some, it’s an allergic problem (6) ASTHMA
CB 13: Rose up despite the hurt (4) SORE
CB 14: Large jugs found in sewer! (5) EWERS
CB 15: Headdress that commands merit (5) MITRE

In each of the above clues, words coloured in red are “Questions” i.e. they are words/phrase for which you have to give a synonym as Answer. Words in italic are anagrammed to create a new word which is the synonym i.e. the Answer.
For example, in CB 11, answer is ANDES because it is a synonym of the word “mountain range” and is derived by anagramming letters of the word “Danes”.
Anagram is a word formed by rearranging letters of another word.

Also view in this blog:
CA 16 to CA 20
CC 16 to CC 20

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