Clues written by S. Goldie
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S. Goldie151521125224177Jan 1949Aug 199647y 7m
 
 Clue wordAwardClueExplanation
1995-1996
1255CATAFALCOVHCCrude afloat about Arctic’s edges — bears deadanag. incl. c. A, c
1247PREDICANTThirdBarchester chap? Slope, led by unholy prideanag. + cant; chap. = chaplain; ref. Trollope
1242KNOCKERSVHCKeegan at kick-off blithely reckons outstanding two up front will take some holdingK + anag.; ref. Kevin K.
1220CASSANDRAVHCWarners have her on roll as a name performing with little credit – sad!anag. incl. Cr
1216CHAPERONVHCA crocodile’s custodian – such a person shows no little suspicionless sus
1994-1995
1178BOOTLEGVHCKick on – this must be straight to goosestep … bent to pussyfootboot leg & 2 meanings
1174DINGLE-DANGLEVHCSwinging you’ll find can become life-gladdening, if sentanag. less it
1993-1994
1143DEATH (Printer’s Devilry)VHCTrusting any me/an do you forge the best urn?Ganymede, Hebe
1117STAMNOS (3 Consecutive Letters)VHCOld crock indefinitely sans MOTanag.
1113EMPLASTRUMVHCTrammels up woundanag. & lit.
1992-1993
1095STINKVHCWhat came from witches’ stirring? Brought up pieces of information… ‘King hereafter’nits (rev.) + K; ref Macbeth
1076PARLOUR GAMESVHC—— with both sides flushed with excitement can become rampageousanag. less r, l & lit.
1991-1992
1043PESTO (Printer’s Devilry)VHCRegular order for wolf-pack, supper is co/ld, off, or ever seeking preyref. submarine flotillas
1021BEARDVHCFull ——s may go with manes to carry Charon’s feebear d(enarius)
1013ALVEARYVHCBuzzing pitch? A prankish ‘vale’ alas brought about Gower’s endanag. + r in ay
1989-1990
934LACE-UPSVHCOxford types with useful tags – Latin ones hold at universityup in L aces
926NERDVHCOur country embodying name abroad in drunken loutdrunken less UnK
922REFORMADOVHCRode sadly around estranged from unit?anag. + a in anag., & lit.
895TONE DEAFVHCI’m ten under par – with Faldo disheartened; clinching end of game with perfect pitch? Contrariwise!ten Fa(l)do e anag.
1987-1988
827MICKEY-TAKINGVHCAiming pull to leg may get kick in googlyanag.; leg-pulling
788CROWVHCWhat follows bee-line?i.e. C row & lit.
1986-1987
779MISSING LINKThirdModern man (Wise type!) needed my transformation : unable to see the join!ref. home, sapiens, Ernie W.; t. = false hair
766GUBBINSVHCWhat puts the throb in Heath Robinson? Cannily using bits and bobs for startersanag. incl. b, b
740ESCADRILLEThirdJet-set? Celles d’air sans soucianag.
1985-1986
705MUSICOTHERAPYVHCA medley of Arthur Sullivan’s overtures to cure my hip?anag. incl. A, S & lit.
1984-1985
679ESTOVER (Printer’s Devilry)VHCTo supper? (Nod eagerly) Conduc/t, I go 
670TURNIP-FLEAVHCRotation’s over whether, with last of crop in, fallow follows … I go for swede or cabbageturn + p in if + lea
660Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse (Anagram)VHCI savour innocent awe treasures get at morn 
1983-1984
627AMBIENTVHCDoes is mean (a) eyre or (b) air? I’d make it mean (b)anag.
622SIMP (Printer’s Devilry)FirstA/erial is mended, as tone was being lost from the set in The CrownAs imperialism ended, a stone…
585FLABELLIFORMVHCMoulin Rouge girl turned up to one party dressed in style – in a fanLab. + fille (rev.) in form
1982-1983
564PARAMENTVHCName-part jauntily taking curtain perhaps – no hempen homespun, thisanag.; taking adj.
547GLEEMANVHCOne who could hardly be keener to amass a gathering, entertaining ’em’em in glean; k. = mourner
543STAYING POWERVHCThe attribute of the long-distance runner that’s shared by a pigsty owner?!anag.; share = plough
530PROMETALVHCStuff for the witches’ cauldron? See the Props Mistress about frog’s innards and other thingsro in PM, et al.
1981-1982
513ETYMOLOGICONVHCI’ll give you serendipity’s root: correct sources of my information go to Ceylonanag. incl. m, i
506ELANET (Printer’s Devilry)VHCOn piano, aspirin glass is next to present for pa – n/ude! 
473HERRING-BONEVHCIn Henri Bergson’s evolution, society skips a pattern, progressing by alternativesanag. less s; ref. H. B. French philosopher 1859-1941
1980-1981
469APLUSTREVHCOdysseus’ stern design? Settling up later with the last of the suitorsanag. incl. s
464SIMKINVHCFor what the ’eathen called the Widow – skin ’im aliveanag.; cf. Kipling: Barrack Room Ballads
447URTICARIA / APOGRAPHS (Right and Left)VHCPhosphorus, half wound with a rag, spits fire from touching air – cut air supplyanag. incl. phosp(horus); spit n.; anag.; supply adv.
1979-1980
414UNBOSOMERThirdA Mae West for confidence? See Bosun or me for issueanag., 2 defs.
384OUTSPREADINGThirdHow the Empress kept her figure, doing rambles round rough pastureanag. in anag.; ref. Wodehouse’s E. of Blandings
1978-1979
362SEA-SOLDIERVHCMer-man? See this one slide ashore with craft, not with fish’s tailsea soldier, anag. less h
358UPSTART def. NON-TERM (Wrong Number)VHCOne who’ll affect a strut, assuming leading part in playplay; p in anag.; play = holiday (Shak.)
349ODDCOMESHORTVHCNot much material left – not even to yield old mini?odd come short
1977-1978
298NOSERVHCWhat rebuffs possible threat from northeaster – a sou’wester?northeaster less anag.
289AMNESIACThirdManes drifting with one across Lethe made one thisanag. + 1 ac.
276AMTRACKVHCA cat, Mr. K, wandering in the wet, this cat acts like a duckanag.; ref. Kipling: ‘Just So Stories’
267MORRIS-DANCEVHCSteps maybe seen first at the Alhambra; a crimson red, tessellatedanag.; morris dance ‘perh of Moorish origin’
1976-1977
255ROYAL SILVER JUBILEEVHCIt makes all loy E subj rev ERIIanag. & lit.
216SCANTITYVHCIn miniskirts, can’t I typify the soul of wit?hidden; ‘brevity is…’
1975-1976
200The Extra Guest (minus CC) (Letters Latent)VHCCaptain to be content with no roar at seaCorcoran; anag.; ref. H.M.S. Pinafore, ‘And with you we’re quite content’
195SHILLY-SHALLYVHCWhat did Hamlet do, being chary about outrageous fortune – shun getting all involved?ill in shy + h in sally
187POWDERING-TUBVHCWhere you find mart for junk – Edinburgh two p stall – no end of rubbishanag. less h; mart2; stall = lose control
183PICKLEVHCWhat’s fished for with a runcible spoon, nickel-plated, and let away embarrassingly?comp. anag.
165Lance, pompano, bonito, porbeagle, thornback, menhaden, albacore, huso (Anagram)VHCCan one harpoon, net, and hook be ample, catching us? A probable bloomer! 
1974-1975
139PIEPOWDERVHC Name of pedestrian run down, Blind Pew. Periodanag.; run down (obs.); blind = drunk
123SCATTERGOODVHCOne who can fritter dough, or act lively with stodgeanag.
110GALLOWS-RIPEVHCRope will sag; this guy alters thatanag.
105Malabar-rat, raccoon, nylghau, oriole, aberdevine, howler (Anagram)VHC —— whom I’ll honour, ran a very tolerable abecedarian cargo 
1973-1974
95THUNDERCLAPFirstLevin gave warning of this crash – a report in The Times?levin = lightning; The Thunderer
92BRAINWASHVHCTwist mealymouthed bloody war has in treatment of prisoners nowadaysanag. incl. b
75GROCETERIAVHCShell coterie in smashing rag in tuckshop, superanag. in anag.
70GESTAPO (Misprints)VHCTo pages broadcast in the Third Reith applied ruthless controlReich; anag.
66NONSENSESecondPish-Tushery? Japanese drama with small currency in all quarters but the Westno + sen in N, S, E; ref. The Mikado
57MINARET (Printer’s Devilry)ThirdWith those legs, the things to get mad – a/rousers! 
1972-1973
43A neologism (Neologisms)VHCBOUTIQUENIKE
36CRUSADERSecondPalmer and I made same pilgrimage: cursed Royal and Ancient roughanag. incl. R(&)A; ref. Arnold P., golfer; palmer = pilgrim to Holy Land
31KITCHENDOMVHCGreasy Joan’s province is female, with Tom and Dick kept out, discomfitedhen in anag.
23SCLERODERMICVHCMr. Croc’dile, ’e’s uncommonly soanag. & lit.
18EPIGONEVHCAt the end of the line what might have been a tantony onee + pig one, & lit.
14Terrapin, hermit, elephant, armadillo, rhesus (Anagram)VHCHis ark prompted smiles; unparalleled rain hit earth 
Ximenes competitions
1970-1971
1154CLARIONETVHCReal tonic rambling in the woods—it’s breathtakinganag.
1135HILAIRE BELLOCVHCI found delight in Sussex hills—an endless one; local beer I found smashinghil(l) + anag.; ‘Hills and the Sea’
1131CAROUSER (Misprints)VHCRooster who wakes our cares anewroister; anag.; wake = hold late revel (obs.)
1969-1970
1106LEXICOGRAPHYVHCRevised provides X with gear—he’s original with policyanag., & lit.
1097PANTOPHAGISTVHCI’m hopeless at shopping at foodstores—I like all they haveanag.
1084ANGEL-FOODVHCWhat would be delicacy to Dwight D. could make F. Delano go wildanag.; Eisenhower, Roosevelt
1968-1969
1045SPLIT / MOUTH (Right and Left)VHCMaster, in the open, at front of hazard, lipped hole in crisp little crack with wedgeM out h; hidden; ref. golf Open Championship
1023CONSOLEVHCCheer loser on coming in damned closeon in anag.
1019DISCORD (Misprints)VHCSomething grating on the car—part of brake, maybe, against bent rodear; disc + anag.
1967-1968
989GRENADINEVHCWhat makes a silky lap, a soft lap, endearinganag.
987THING (Printer’s Devilry)VHCModel finds hiding “gir/l”—amorous clot! He’s impossible! 
958DRY MEASUREVHCCor—that was one of my units in Israel, scattering Druse Army eastwardsanag. + E; ref. Six-Day war; cor2
1966-1967
949BROWSINGVHCIs it A. feeding B. speeding C. reading? B is wrong, quiet wronganag. & lit.
936MINI SKIRTSVHCThey are always fetching on girl-skaters, inducing chronic rink-itis in masculine societyanag. in m S
929AMPHITHEATREVHCI had endless rows with people about the sand trap—I h-hate ’em being untidyanag.
907SORITES (Misprints)VHCI’ve more than one sink in my premises; it’s surrounded, by plague-spotslink; it in sores
1965-1966
900PARAMECIA or PAREOEANSVHCTiny creatures, looking like mules? It’s Pa and I, taken with faulty camera!paramecia; pa + anag. incl. I; mules = slippers
894WITENAGEMOTVHCScrappy game I went to—wasn’t it King’s Old Boys and a representative district team?anag.
884MASHER (Printer’s Devilry)VHCFamous du/o was often accompanied by equally famous trioDumas
1964-1965
856RODOMONTADEVHCOde on Mr. Toad might well turn out to be this!anag., & lit.
847FRENETICALSecondDescriptive of a cup-tie nowadays: the referee’s worried over what will make it cleananag. of ref + anag.
829FAREWELLVHCNew-style wear in shaggy hair—a parting, and it’s wavedanag. in fell4
825COACHESThirdOne who does may make progress by stages with diligencedouble mng.: coach, vb. = study with tutor
1963-1964
780NOBLEST (and Eximenamination)VHCExim: 16
769PENNYVHCThe light breaks when it dropscryptic def.
764SHIMMY-SHAKEFirstA hop in the days of Prohibition would make m-me s-say h-hik!anag.; hop1,2
1962-1963
712RHEUMATICKYVHCStiff hiker may cut ramblinganag.
708HEARTSVHCElastic-sided pumps—everyone’s wearing them; last you a life-time; half-heel, semi-straight backhe(el) + stra(ight) (rev.)
703SCAPEMENTVHCYou will take ten paces, Monsieur—agitated? Yes, I see the seconds are on time with the revolvers!anag. incl. M
1961-1962
678TESSELLATEDVHCWhat’s the floor like at the Alhambra? Get a dance team up, let’s lead with the Twist, and see!set (rev.) + anag.; A. dance-hall and Moorish palace
656FIDDLESTICKSVHCMoonshine! Art trifling with ’empen ’omespuns?fiddlest ’icks; ref. MND
1960-1961
634BEDSTEADVHCSupport needed for all-night session, with stormy debates going on to the beginning of daylightanag. + d
630STREAKYVHCDescribes sob-sister’s make-up. Where you see stars embracing phoney tear produces this!anag. in sky
621CHASEVHCclue not given [see comments]
604APOSTROPHISEFirstExtravagantly aspire to posh address—you’ll probably need a thou or two to do this!anag.
600The Light Brigade, noble Six Hundred (Anagram)ThirdExhibits true high-bred old England! 
1959-1960
578GATHERED def. LEVANTER (Wrong Number)SecondEdgar the Unsteady got wind of something—what the Witan did—and folded!wind; anag., 3 defs.
560CONGENITALLYVHCDo you see potential little Conservative, little Liberal in gal yet? Naturally, according to Gilbert!Con + anag. incl. L; ref. ‘Iolanthe’
1957-1958
486BARACANVHCIt took a real jerker to get me in tears—“The Waif’s Return” has the power!Arab (rev.) can
456PLAFONDFirstYou see many admiring me in the Sistine Chapel almost fall head over heels in the piscina!fal(l) (rev.) in pond
447TOUSLEVHCGet that crazy hair-do! Absolutely remodelled, after having ends (skilfully!) trimmedanag. of (ab)solute(ly), i.e. ably removed
438MACARONIVHCI can roam freely in Vauxhall Gardens now he’s no longer a menaceanag.; ref. S. Pepys 1667, “young gallants misbehaving…”
1956-1957
425TRAVERSEVHCIt’s half-crazy to have uneven skirts short—shows one leg of courserav(ing) in terse
417SINECUREThirdCushy job gives us nice change: what’s next to do being the last thing to consider!anag. + re2 & lit.
408BILLETVHCQuarter is what you ask for when you’ve had enough—with the extremes of entreatment!bill + e,t
400Word with 400 theme (Quatercentenary)Thirdx years before Napoleon was beaten, a Geneva assembly settled the French hash (9)Agincourt; a gin court; x = 400; ref. battle of A. 1415, and Waterloo 1815
390HESITATE (Printer’s Devilry)VHCHaving an egg (gull). I’ve ran on party-member’s Ma. S/it her end!Gulliver, Big- and Little-endians
1954 (2)
302MARTINVHCSwallow a cocktail? Not I—Black-and-White if it’s on the houseMartin(i); colour of house martin, B&W whisky
1954 (1)
283SOBERSecondWhat Jack isn’t after splicing the mainbrace to greet the Queen!sob ER, & lit.; greet2 = lament; ref. Queen’s return from Commonwealth tour
269ASCENTVHCRise in accidents involved special police being sent outanag. less CID
267TRADEVHCTraffic halting at red—change gearanag. (halt2), 2 defs.
263We think so then and we thought so still! (Anagram)VHCWho knows not that the Nile delights us? 
259AGANIPPEVHCCaused some choice language, this spring in Epping—backed new van into a roadman’s sign!i.e. g of Epping (rev.) in AA; new van = first letter after reversal
1953 (2)
255SCUTTLEVHCTo hole in one is generally matter for getting lit-up—let’s cut capers!anag., 2 defs.; pause after ‘hole’
253DERATIONSecondMake ample amends to a dineranag. & lit.
247VAMPIREVHCI’m a fast finisher when I’m in the vein, but personally I’m dead against the current rage for speed recordsv. amp ire; ref. de Havilland V. jet, air speed record holder
245GLAMOUR / SOPRANO (Right and Left)VHCWhat was it, the attraction of a Peach Melba? So soft, then melted away to nothingcryptic def.; so p ran 0; ref. Dame Nellie M.
241MANDOLINEVHCRavel—il m’a donné quelque chose à jouer!anag. & lit.; ravel = disentangle
235ASPHETERISMVHCNot allowing you a penny of your own? The old worm! Confound the miser!asp + anag.
1953 (1)
231PREAMBLEVHCEntrée. What about minced lamb? Hae a wee bite!anag. in pree
229MASCOTThirdCauses endless stomach trouble—unlike Jonah!anag. less h; ref. J. and the whale
213LEMONADEVHCAppears in emblem on a design suitable for chidren’s mugshidden
1952 (2)
201AMETHYSTSecondHave a stout with methylated in it—half-and-half; take it from me, you won’t get drunkmethy(lated) in a st(out), & lit.
198THIRDThirdIf you get the bird, you need not be upset—this programme doesn’t suit all tastesthe bird less be (rev.); BBC Third Programme
195WALLABASVHCIndian feller, him clever, has degrees: him go chop-chop with us in Guianawalla BAs
1952 (1)
192WATSONVHCWasn’t worried by a duck: he was quite handy for Lord’s and had a little quiet practiceanag. incl. 0; ref. proximity of Baker St to Lord’s cricket ground
184MEREST / WYOMING (DLM)VHCRemember “Goin’ My Way,” “Happy State,” “Out West”? How about your song? Simplest way to make a hit—submit MS. Treeblatt & Leafbaum 
181HANGABLEVHCAfter shooting, how’s the game? Capital? In Bengal—ah, that’s different!anag.; 2 defs.; capital punishment
1951 (2)
177DESOLATEVHCStormy sea led to wreckanag.
1951 (1)
166RACHIDESVHCTail-enders depend on such mainstays as Edrich being out of formanag.; ref. Geoff E., cricketer
164NEWTONVHCStudied small weight—and the light brokewt. in neon; ref. A. Pope’s epitaph to N.,“and all was light”
161TILLERVHCDirector pushing shares? He might come a cropper here2 mngs.; tiller1, share2; come = become
157ORANGEVHCCapacity second to none is pressed into service for the under-fives0 + range; ref. free o.-juice through Welfare Food Scheme
1950 (2)
149DOMESTICThirdSpending a lot of time at home messing about I’d met little Societyanag. incl. Soc.
139HECATOMBVHCClearly a bit of a she-cat and a bit of a tomboy; a deadly combination!(s)he-ca(t) + tomb(oy)
1949 (2)
105SMITHEREENSVHCShiver me! The sirens! What will happen if a bomb drops?anag.
1949 (1)
94SARDELLEVHCThis fish should find it easy to get in and out of Dardanellesanag. of Dar(dan)elles

 
HCs awarded to S. Goldie
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1996-1997
  1264 TREDRILLE / FERVOROUS (Right and Left)
 
1995-1996
  1250 SONEOCARDIA (STENOCARDIA) (Ten to One)
  1234 AVANT-PROPOS
  1212 HILDING
  1207 EPOCH-MARKING
 
1994-1995
  1194 DONET
  1169 BLITHE / URSINE (Right and Left)
  1165 YAPSTER
 
1993-1994
  1147 MAYDAY
  1128 CHRISTMAS PRESENT
  1108 GREEN
  1104 BURYING-PLACES
 
1992-1993
  1087 OLD SOLDIER
  1084 PIERCEABLE / SALESGIRL (DLM)
  1074 DEMIREP
  1069 (P)OSTICHE (Headpieces)
  1061 MAGIC
  1052 AGANIPPE
  1048 GALLOPADE
 
1991-1992
  1039 TOLERABLE
  1026 LET-OFF
  1004 OIL PAINTINGS
  1000 ONE THOUSAND
 
1990-1991
  982 ALMANAC
  972 Anagram of 28 letters (Anagram)
  952 STAR (Spoonerisms)
 
1989-1990
  939 A-PER-SE / ESCROC (Right and Left)
  930 SABULOSE
  908 INDIGO (Printer’s Devilry)
  904 VOETGANGER
 
1988-1989
  882 DOSSIER
  874 BLUESTOCKING
  868 ROLAND (2 clues + def. of contents) (Parcels)
  866 NECTAREOUS
  862 OFF-AND-ON
  849 VISITE
  840 SONDE
 
1987-1988
  831 COOLABAH (Spoonerisms)
  816 POTLACH (with extra O in word) (Extra letter)
  814 SPOUSAGE
  805 LITOTES
  801 LINCHET
  796 UPHOLSTERY
 
1986-1987
  783 CAMPESINO
  774 VICTORINE
  764 CHILDERMAS
  757 ETHEROMANIAC (Misprints)
  753 SHEEPDOG
  750 SALMAGUNDY (THLMAGUY/OULMAGUY) (750 themed clue)
  744 SKIRL-IN-THE-PAN / COFFEE-DISEASE (Right and Left)
 
1985-1986
  731 STRING
  727 WELL-TO-DO
  718 FLO(GG)IN(G) (Letters Latent)
  714 MOTE
  701 BALUSTRADE
  683 BANISH
 
1984-1985
  662 BARGE-COUPLE
  649 AUSTRALORP
  644 EASY STREET (or STAPELIA)
  635 ROSEMARY
 
1983-1984
  618 CRETISM
  615 HISTORIETTE
  607 CARNEY
  603 FIGULINE
  600 Into the jaws of Death / Into the mouth of Hell (Anagram)
  594 DOINGS
 
1982-1983
  576 TOP-NOTCH
  559 EMBASE
  558 MINCEMEAT (with one extra R) (Extra Letter)
  534 DODGEM
 
1981-1982
  525 PABOUCHE
  521 ATTITUDINISE
  508 POSTURE-MAKER
  504 SIMMENTHALER
  491 SEVENTY-EIGHT
  486 JUMPED-UP
 
1980-1981
  460 SWOOP
  454 CHRISTMAS BOX
  443 STEEPLECROWN
  423 ACCOUTRE
 
1979-1980
  419 RAMILLIES
  406 BOIL
  401 GO-AHEAD
  397 BIJOUTERIE (Misprints)
  393 INTRACARDIAC
  388 ALEXIPHARMIC
  379 SCYTHEMAN
  375 SPREATHE
 
1978-1979
  366 MONKEY-SHINE
  354 SHEER-HULK
  352 FAIRY LIGHTS
  340 BOOKSIE
  336 ELF-ARROW / CUTHBERT (Right and Left)
  332 NUT-CASE
  327 HEMLOCK
  323 (C)U(C)KOO (Letters Latent)
  319 PODESTA
 
1977-1978
  310 STERNFAST
  301 TROLLOPISH
  300 SLINK-BUTCHER
  294 HUMECT
  272 MALAGUETTA
  263 ERIACH (Printer’s Devilry)
 
1976-1977
  249 RUDOLPH THE REINDEER
  247 FLIVVER
  243 OLYMPIC
  238 CRAMBOJINGLE
  225 VALETA
  208 RALPH
 
1975-1976
  203 BOGY
  197 CAMERA (Printer’s Devilry)
  178 A(U)G(U)ST (Letters Latent)
  174 EPEOLATRY
 
1974-1975
  152 ENAMORADO / ESCLANDRE (Right and Left)
  143 Jingle for BALTHAZAR, MELCHIOR, CASPAR (A jingle)
  135 GABIONADE
  127 FRITHSOKEN
  114 PANIC
 
1973-1974
  88 BLOOMERY
  53 ALEXANDERS
 
1972-1973
  50 CORPULE(N)T (Letters Latent)
  45 NEMORAL
  27 VINEGAR
  5 SCEUOPHYLAX
  1 ORGIAST
 
Ximenes competitions
 
1970-1971
  1145 GENIPAP
  1140 CALLOUS
  1123 MAXIMIST
  1119 RONDE (Printer’s Devilry)
  1110 IMPERSONATE
 
1969-1970
  1100 BEAU(C)LER(C) (Letters Latent)
  1091 WENCESLAS
  1089 ENCLOISTER
  1080 ANDROMEDA
  1058 Aragon, Boleyn, Seymour, Cleves, Howard, Parr (Anagram)
 
1968-1969
  1049 SLANGWHANGER
  1041 TEA-LEAD
  1032 TENONER (Printer’s Devilry)
  1015 HOAR-HEADED
  1006 CHROME-PLATING
 
1966-1967
  924 MIMESTER / PECULATE (Right and Left)
  920 ARISTATE (Printer’s Devilry)
  911 DRAGON
 
1965-1966
  902 WINCOPIPE
  898 POCHARD
  882 SNAPDRAGON
  873 VETERANS
 
1964-1965
  851 Sire & Dam (Sire & Dam)
  839 GINGER (Printer’s Devilry)
  832 PENNY-WISE (Misprints)
  817 WYLIE-COATS
 
1963-1964
  800 Charlemagne, Emperor of the West (Anagram)
  782 SWELL
 
1962-1963
  738 ANAESTHETIC
  730 ARCH-PIRATE
  725 SILENUS
 
1961-1962
  682 PARAMOUR / CHIN (Right and Left)
  676 TRELLIS (DLM)
  664 MANIPULATE
  647 MADCAP
 
1960-1961
  642 SEETHER (Printer’s Devilry)
  638 BUREAUCRAT
  626 WOMAN-TIRED
  624 PSYCHIATER (DLM)
  612 CARGO (Misprints)
  595 INORNATE / OMADHAUN (Right and Left)
 
1959-1960
  586 HEBDOMADARY
  582 MARRY
  573 SCAPEGALLOWS
  571 PESTER
  569 PROPOSAL
  564 SHE-BEAR
  551 PITCHER
 
1958-1959
  512 NAYLOR (Libel)
  504 LEAD-LINE
  495 PARTISAN
 
1957-1958
  477 SEDATENESS
  467 A humorous definition (Humorous definition)
  464 STRAWED
  460 ASTONISHMENT (Misprints)
  451 MEGAPODE
 
1956-1957
  434 CARTON
  404 POLENTA
  386 CLEITHRAL
 
1955-1956
  382 ABSTAIN
  377 MALISON
  373 PRESTONPANS
  364 HELLEBORE
  343 EPIGONI
  338 SHE-ASS
  329 HAMADRYAD
 
1954 (2)
  316 BATHROOM
  306 CHICANE / RAMPART (Right and Left)
  285 PARALYSES
 
1954 (1)
  279 CRYPTOGRAM
  277 PRODIGALLY
  275 ESTOVER (Printer’s Devilry)
  265 THERMAE
 
1953 (2)
  257 PYROTECHNICS (Straight Clue)
  239 GENISTA (Printer’s Devilry)
  237 BASTINADE
 
1953 (1)
  217 DEPOSIT
  215 BUCKFASTLEIGH
 
1952 (2)
  206 PIEPOWDER
  205 CANTANKEROUS
  204 ROSTER (Printer’s Devilry)
  199 HONESTY
  197 SCALES
 
1952 (1)
  193 TRADUCER
  187 GROWLER
  185 STOUT
  182 MISTLETOE
 
1951 (2)
  178 HIDEOUS
  175 HAIR-LINE
  168 PIPS (Misprints)
 
1951 (1)
  160 RASCAL (Printer’s Devilry)
  156 LAVEROCK
 
1950 (2)
  154 RABBIT
  150 CAPILLAMENTS
 
1950 (1)
  130 MODERN
 
1949 (2)
  114 TAPPIT-HEN
 
1949 (1)
  99 SCARABEE
  97 NESTOR
  96 INTERLOCK
 


Annual Honours record of S. Goldie
Clues  |  HCs   |  Other competitors
YearPrizes
(1, 2, 3)
VHCsHCsPosition
1996-19970 0 1
1995-19961 (0, 0, 1) 4 3 13
1994-19950 2 3
1993-19940 3 4
1992-19930 2 7
1991-19920 3 4
1990-19910 0 3
1989-19900 4 4 21
1988-19890 0 7
1987-19880 2 6
1986-19872 (0, 0, 2) 1 7 16
1985-19860 1 6
1984-19850 3 4
1983-19841 (1, 0, 0) 2 6 22
1982-19830 4 4 20
1981-19820 3 6
1980-19810 3 4
1979-19802 (0, 0, 2) 0 8 20
1978-19790 3 9
1977-19781 (0, 0, 1) 2 6 20
1976-19770 2 6
1975-19760 5 4 12
1974-19750 4 5 23
1973-19743 (1, 1, 1) 3 2 4
1972-19731 (0, 1, 0) 5 5 5
 
Ximenes competitions
1970-19710 3 5
1969-19700 3 5
1968-19690 3 5
1967-19680 3 0
1966-19670 4 3 12
1965-19660 3 4
1964-19652 (0, 1, 1) 2 4 8
1963-19641 (1, 0, 0) 2 2 15
1962-19630 3 3
1961-19620 2 4
1960-19612 (1, 0, 1) 3 6 3
1959-19601 (0, 1, 0) 1 7
1958-19590 0 3
1957-19581 (1, 0, 0) 3 5 9
1956-19572 (0, 0, 2) 3 3 4
1955-19560 0 7
1954 (2)0 1 3
1954 (1)1 (0, 1, 0) 4 4 8
1953 (2)1 (0, 1, 0) 5 3 4
1953 (1)1 (0, 0, 1) 2 2 15
1952 (2)2 (0, 1, 1) 1 5 7
1952 (1)0 3 4
1951 (2)0 1 3
1951 (1)0 4 2 15
1950 (2)1 (0, 0, 1) 1 2
1950 (1)0 0 1
1949 (2)0 1 1
1949 (1)0 1 3