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 Clue wordAwardClueExplanation
2019-2020
2464BRAINPOWERVHCMinimum of which comes through in P. Bear or Goofyw in anag. & lit.
2018-2019
2451CAPUTVHCButter and a soupçon of caviare boosted crumpettup + a c (all rev.)
2438MONTE DI PIETÀVHCWhen broke, dip item at oneanag. & lit.
2434STONKEREDVHCEmbedded in reeds stirring shore bird upped and whistledknot (rev.) in anag.
2428SHEPHERDSThirdWho could be heading for stable, knowing that woman’s nursing the little Lord?s + hep + D in hers, & lit.
2017-2018
2399CHARMEUSEVHCFish department displaying stuff in drawers?char + Meuse
2390POISSON D’AVRILVHCProvisions sprinkled with dal and occasional dillanag.; Collins gives dill = fool
2016-2017
2338TRUMPVHCTop Yank in USA, Republican withinR in tump; top vtr
2325MASONVHCChiseller accumulating money by crime runs awaym + a(r)son
2322VENTRICOSEVHCVery huge in loco enteric?v + OS in anag., & lit.
2318TIMENOPENNY (TIMENOGUY) (Penny for the Guy)VHCPartners with patent plugging minute gismomen open in tiny
2015-2016
2305AGREE def. PATCH (Wrong Number)VHCArea growing endless cottona gree(n); area
2296IMPROPERLYVHCMean lassoer encapsulated how cowboys workroper in imply
2272SNOWMOBILEFirstSaint with twinkling humour carrying present in sleighnow in S mo bile
2014-2015
2230GATES OF DEATHThirdDotage’s fate, breaking hearts?anag. + H, & lit.
2013-2014
2187WESTVHCWife is from Beaujolais: go there to be completely dissipatedw + est (Fr.)
2183SANGRAILVHCDivine platter is celebrated scoffsang rail
2161FARRAGOVHCDog’s breakfast Tommy (the old boxer) accepted with vigourFarr a + go; ref. Tommy F., former British heavyweight
2148ZOLLVEREINSecondUnion, cross with New Labour’s leader, reviles endless reformingzo + anag. incl. n, L, less s
2012-2013
2118BLOKEISHVHC‘… Nothing Like a Dame’? Snatch of Hammerstein (Oscar) bass likes performinganag. incl. H, O, b; ref. ‘South Pacific’ song
2011-2012
2091SNIFTERVHCViolent periodic wind creating awful frets in totanag.
2083BEWITCHVHCGossamer creation from the East with long obiweb (rev.) + itch
2049PARTY-POOPERVHCPerson spiritless round flushed people?party + p, e in poor, & lit.
2010-2011
2040EASTER (Printer’s Devilry)VHCPrimmest party people constitute the l/ot I crave 
2027THRENETICALThirdLamenting eternal itch, Fay murdered tenth éclairdouble anag.; fay = eccentric
2010A COMING OF AGEVHCWhat leads to eighteenth rout? Misplaced ego of golf maniacanag. incl. g (IRC); rout = party
1997FADOVHCDejected folk saying “buzz off!” (not very loudly)fad + o(ff); say = express
1992FOULARDVHCBanquo’s bonkers to mix with Duncan’s killerfou + lard; ref. Isadora D.
2009-2010
1967SUBORDINATELYVHCDB in Losey art film all can watch, shot in the style of The Servantanag. incl. U; ref. Joseph Losey film; DB = Dirk Bogarde
1949PALFRENIERFirstI might have curried trotter (plainer English cooking frequently bores)fr. in anag. incl. E
1940SCANT def. SNEAP (Wrong Number)VHCGlaswegian merry after nip of Scotch? HardlyS + cant; nip
2008-2009
1932NINE-TO-FIVEVHCOne very finite career?anag. incl. v, & lit.
1927TONSURE (Spoonerisms)ThirdCapital cart that’s propped against new stableto n sure; part that’s cropped
1923ELLIPTICVHCExplicitly expressing things needing deduction? Wrong!anag. less x, y, & lit.
1910BARPERSONVHCBut for a child I might mix a mocktailbar per son
1908WE THREE KINGSVHCMerry minister keeps humming carolwet (= tipsy) + reeking in HS
1906MORSEVHCCompetitive clue writer, extra extra specials in more
1897WASH-OUTVHCLemon tree in bloom after touch of wiltw + ash + out; lemon = useless person
1893EARTHYVHCWhat about paintings with Lowry’s tag? Primitiveart in eh? + y; tag = tail end
1888RASTER (Printer’s Devilry)VHCTristram could be a lover of Iseult, o/ne character shrewd and bawdyref. T. Shandy
2007-2008
1862UNALIKE (Spoonerisms)VHCUniversity’s not stiff at St Andrews – spot passable nits (for entry)!not passable spits; U na like3; i.e. entry in grid
1858HUMONGOUSVHCOversized kid needs responsibility (to restrict fare)hum + go in onus; ref. obesity issue
1849AUXESISSecondActive wife, taken with Bayeux’s art, lives for embroiderya + ux. + es + is
1836POSTHASTEVHCThesps, acting to thrill, like the clappersanag. incl. a
2006-2007
1831MARGINALIAVHCProblem nun takes spirits with a lot of beer and stuff on the sidegin al(e) in Maria; ref. ‘The Sound of Music’
1823KISSVHCWax (closing letter)i.e. x & 2 defs.
1810HARE / POSEUR / SERINETTE (DLM)VHCAs one formerly into resurrection of his virtue, rehashing vows yearly, I’ll pretend no longer: I hereby give up resolutions, being more interested in acid rock and the musical larks it could engender.resurrection = body-snatching
1784TEARAWAYSecond‘Beano article’ means Dennis the Menace?tear a way; ref. comic strip character
2005-2006
1775ROUGH-AND-READYVHCIn case of robbery, criminal adored a hung juryanag. in r, y; jury without hyphen in Collins
1771PARTERREVHCArea with earth to render bloomers in?err in part E, & lit.
1741LORD NELSONVHCBold Admiral Rodney cutting unknown manoeuvres, splitting line twice with very good navyanag. less y in l,l + so N
2004-2005
1719ANHELATIONThirdAilment: one a hospital treated with Intal?anag. incl. H; asthma medication
1715RELEASE / RASPING (Right and Left)VHCIrritating husky on short lead one finally set free2 meanings; re leas(h) + e
1711MINUSVHCMaths problem arises involving reflex angle and sinein (qv) in sum (rev.)
1698CROSSTIEVHCMallard flew over this tree right away from row of gunscross + tie(r); ref. steam locomotive
1694MISINTERPRETVHCRetrim spinet twisting wrestanag.
1689SYNODVHCSartorially vacuous number had the cloth bunched togethers, y + no. + ‘d
1680PILLOW-CUPVHCRetiring creature, bear’s content with holepillow + cup; creature = alcoholic drink; bear = pillow-case
2003-2004
1676CRINGE-MAKINGVHCGrig’s happy with nickname ‘Squirmy’anag.; happy = mildly drunk
1672IMPASTOS (Spoonerisms)FirstDerby ought to let in tearaway equinedauby art; to in imp ass
1654CRESCENT / ENTHRALS (Overlaps)VHCArtist captures ultimate in Cavalier charms (spreading grin, for one)r in Hals; 2 defs.
1650SAPHENAVHCWhat’s to drain red stuff, evacuating end of pinsap he(n)na, & lit.; pin = foot
1641GADGETEERVHCProd offspring perpetually (he wallows in jimjams)gad get e’er
1628ENCOMIONVHCHigh commendation (without hint of misdeeds and a little overblown?)anag. less m and tad (rev.), & lit.
2002-2003
1619GISMO (Printer’s Devilry)VHCA Bedlington is lamb-like while a pu/re canine 
1615RUGATEThirdCovered in creases? Pity iron’s broken!gat in rue
1606TEOSINTE / INTELSAT (Overlaps)VHCPolice listen to grassanag.+ at
1596GENISTA (Definition of Anagram)SecondReeling at function after good food and drinkingesta; g + at sine (all rev.)
2001-2002
1567QUEENSecondOdd name for Romeo!queer with n for R, & lit.; ref. communications alphabet
1554PEARLVHCOne of a treasured string – the opposite of ‘plain’ type3 meanings & ref. non-plain puzzle
1550MEMORITERVHCPoll dons item made to measure as parrot-fashion!MORI in meter
1533MASTER-MARINERVHCTramp steamer’s ruin … possibly puts me outcomp. anag. & lit.
1519CARRY-ONVHCSong and dance study covers Van Dyke’s role in Mary PoppinsArry in con; jovial vulgar cockney
2000-2001
1511DEEP-SEATEDVHCAged career over, what you might call Heath is ‘unshakeable’ae speed (rev.) + Ted
1506BARE(-)BONESVHCMeat and cabbage in stripsbone in bares; for meat = gist, cabbage = steal, see Collins
1502RAPPELVHC‘Unfinished’ conductor’s rolling drumbeat. 
1500GIT (on board ship) (Ship of Fools)VHCStrike sail rounding islandSLOGITOP; I in slog top
1494MARATHONVHCRevolutionary sweetie lasting agesMarat hon
1492The year that Columbus discovered America (Anagram)VHCBraves cede much – a lot may rue historic date 
1485BOURSE / TIFOSO (Right and Left)SecondBrogues no good (tight) – exchange for wedges if likewise buffanag. less g; if in to + so
1480SAMARITANVHCUnorthodox saint binding one hurt?a mar in anag., & lit.
1476LIGNIPERDOUSVHCMucking good lind and osier up?anag. incl. g, & lit.; mucking v. intr.
1472TORAN (Printer’s Devilry)VHCSeaside painter made the beach hu/ge to match the sun 
1999-2000
1450PRETENDANTVHCPenelope’s beginning web and unravelling it, inhibiting new suitorP rete + n in anag. + ’t
1437MISTLETOEVHCSnatching smacker, set to, bursting with energy … under me!mi + L (pound) in anag. incl. E, & lit.
1433NEANDERTHALVHCOne in antre held uncouth?an in anag., & lit.; i.e. cave-dweller
1428CRICETIDVHCColt on cereal three times a day – a small animal needing loads to stuff its face?c rice tid
1998-1999
1389ALL-OVERISHVHCRather wan, lacking in power … catching bug?lover in (p)alish, & lit.
1385PANTRIESVHCLittle rooms where linen’s about or cake goesr in panties; pan tries; & lit.
1380RAPPORT (Misprints)FirstThe buffet carriagerap port; tie
1376LOGOThirdSign of trendy leisure wear and good office clothesg in loo
1372MASTERSTROKEVHCOriginal swimming-pool style is what fairy feller has in paintingmaster stroke; ref. David Hockney, and Richard Dadd’s ‘The Fairy Feller’s Master Stroke’
1367SANBENITOSVHCBonniest models with sex-appeal up top in gear for the really hotSA + anag.
1363MAVIN def. THONG (Wrong Number)VHCMacon, strip show … wine and buff?Ma(con) + vin; strip
1997-1998
1351NEATEN (Printer’s Devilry)VHCCream buns during Strauss opera? Aria d/one for, Pavarotti scoffed the lotref. ‘Ariadne auf Naxos’
1346PHARISEESecondCanter exercises a shire being broken inanag. in PE
1336STOCKINGVHCSaint’s gift bearer? Only child wears itoc in St King, & lit.; wear = believe
1334CATACHRESTICVHCConservative, accepted new architects like pineapples for pinnaclesC + a + anag.; ref Malapropism
1325UPROOTALVHCPoor, poor galut’s no good ——anag. less g, & lit.
1322CARPETVHCCricket’s top insect (it used to be a bee)3 meanings
1316FINGERLICKIN’SecondSmug whip: ‘Tony’s unbeatable’finger (= pilfer) + lick + in (= fashionable); ref. T. Blair
1995-1996
1238ELASTIN (Printer’s Devilry)VHCGreat giants have emotions and fe/y pixies do 
1220CASSANDRAThirdBut I wasn’t caught by equine thing plus soldiers!c ass and RA, & lit.
1207EPOCH-MARKINGVHCWhat could ‘Beijing, Switching Leaders, Has Nothing Against The Odd March’ be?0+ anag. in Peking with first pair of letters switched, & lit.
1994-1995
1200Nine letter word (C and T latent) (Letters Latent)VHCPossibly Atherton should bag 500 against West Indies – who can stop his pull shots?MID-WI(C)KE(T); D + WI in Mike
1190DENARIUSThirdUn petit peu d’exercice, number penned by Milhaud, possibly a classic piece?e n in Darius
1186GRISELDAVHCShe suffered much from her Marquis, girl Sade exploitedanag.; ref. M. de Saluzzo, M. de Sade
1181SLADEVHCWhat’s a sled done down a wee cleuch?anag. & lit.
1180COLD TURKEYVHCFreezing dope?freeze = prevent the use of dope/turkey = fool
1174DINGLE-DANGLEVHCSwinging beat, was the conductor hip?ding led angle
1169BLITHE / URSINE (Right and Left)VHCVery Little Brain, flexibly jointed, cheerful, muddled … nurse I like Pooh!B + lithe; anag.; ref. Winnie the P.
1156TERPSICHOREANVHCWhat’s the art of Widow Simone? Crashing chopins à terreanag.; ref ‘La Fille mal gardée’
1152PARACETAMOLVHCOtalgia, even cramp, is weathered given thiscomp. anag. & lit.
1993-1994
1128CHRISTMAS PRESENTVHCMerry sirs’ hamper encumbering saint all in red?st in anag. in cent; ref ‘God rest you merry, gentlemen’
1126CHEATERYVHCFiddlers practise this piece in conservatory’s confinesheater (= gun) in c, y
1113EMPLASTRUMVHCSpread me splat on eruption (pus should come out)anag. + rum(pus), & lit.
1992-1993
1078KIRBEHFirstHide impermeable? If so, fakir’s one up on me!i.e. fakir is fah if kir be h
1069(P)OSTICHE (Headpieces)VHCMiss secures shrimp a macho chest-piece perhapstich in lose
1048GALLOPADEVHCWhich dancer’s jigged and paced allegrocomp. anag. & lit.
1991-1992
1026LET-OFFVHCThe holding, or the dropping, of a ball?2 meanings
1021BEARDVHCApply edge of blade to it in a lather to get barbedanag. less b & lit.
1013ALVEARYVHCBuzzing one abroad takes a short fixed route attaining thisal(i)ve + a ry, & lit.
1004OIL PAINTINGSVHCBacon pieces selected for hanging, say, are not confined to pickled pig’s loinain’t in anag.
1000ONE THOUSANDVHCMillenary is not on upper-class heads going racinganag. incl. U; cf. millinery
1990-1991
991BRASH (or BRUSH)VHCBoldfaced: Chambers styles me so, see?comp. anag.; see = c
974AVANT-PROPOSVHCIt’s before start of volume, or not a PPS, abroada + v + anag., & lit.
956SPEAR-SIDEVHCFoolhardy pas desire fathers’ raceanag.
952STAR (Spoonerisms)VHCPerhaps a ten-pack’ll make fiery throats less hotpentacle; anag. less hot
1989-1990
939A-PER-SE / ESCROC (Right and Left)SecondA fantastic sweeper we picked out is a corker playing soccer. Fulham he’d win with!anag. less we; anag., fulham = loaded dice
934LACE-UPSVHCBar these as ‘a brace plus buckles’!comp. anag. & lit.
930SABULOSEVHCSandy’s sad … spent penny leaving nothing in purse!sa(d) + O in bulse
926NERDVHCPained rear implicates me, potentiallyhidden anag. & lit.; pain in the backside
920CHRIST-CROSS-ROWVHCLittle child, take one to mark (as an illiterate) in developing two R’sch. r I + cross in anag., & lit.
917HOOLIGANISMVHCWreckage is, encompassed by rampaging mohocks chucking half-bricksligan is in anag. less cks, & lit.
900(C)HARLATANIS(M) (Letters Latent)VHCWhat’s a liar ‘working with NHS’ at?anag. & lit.
1988-1989
887MONSTERVHCTry ‘enormous’ reformulated … it could be your answer!comp. anag. & lit.
882DOSSIERVHCArises in case bound with red aroundis so in red (all rev.), & lit.
878MOUSEPIECEVHCCut some epicure is cooking could be rustic onecomp. anag. & lit.
866NECTAREOUSSecondArea of land insulated by agitated econuts from plant’s oozing effluenceare in anag.
853DEBACLEVHCRush entry up by taxi in strikecab (rev.) in dele; ref. Azed comp, postal strike
840SONDESecondWhat signals us under the weather the earliest signs of depression?’s on (= tipsy) de, & lit.
1987-1988
831COOLABAH (Spoonerisms)VHCTemper and a pained expression…some gorse encountered down under!gum source; cool a bah!
827MICKEY-TAKINGVHCNeedling: doing as the dopers’ victims do?2 meanings; Mickey Finns
818EMBUSQUÉVHCQueen’s bounty man? Am exotic antonym: an ——comp. anag. & lit.
801LINCHETVHCSmall (and grassy) stretch splitting up holding?inch (2 meanings) in let, & lit.
788CROWVHCWhat comes from Dexter on appearing in the two firsts in clue writingr(ight) o’ in c, w, & lit.; ref. N. C. D., Azed annual honours
1986-1987
783CAMPESINOVHCIn cultivated manioc crop his money?peso in anag., & lit.
770HERMITSFirstShirt ’em hairilyanag. & lit.
766GUBBINSVHCWhat’s turning nut and screwing bolt?bug (rev.) + snib (rev.) & lit.
764CHILDERMASVHCWith year shortly over, Herod’s capital crime sadly recollectedanag. incl. H, less y, & lit.
762OBELISEVHCSlang we this … modifying ‘see below’ signal?comp. anag. & lit.
753SHEEPDOGVHCAm a thorough dampener, inhibiting hearts deep in passionh + anag. in sog, & lit.
740ESCADRILLEVHCMost of desert alive with lilac Mirages?anag. less t
1985-1986
718FLO(GG)IN(G) (Letters Latent)VHCLength in a swordthrust, a requisite for fencingl in foin; i.e. illegal selling/buying
712PANTOMIME HORSEVHCGalumphing pair men hoot’s me!anag. & lit.
709GINGERVHCSting: pop group type3 mngs.
701BALUSTRADEVHCWhat makes stairs with pretensions? A durable pranking on each sidest(airs) in anag., & lit.
696ANTIMNEMONICVHCSuch are lotos fruits strange inaction grips seafarers stuck on themMN em in anag.
1984-1985
662BARGE-COUPLEVHCLink, with lighter applied first, projected raking beamsbarge, couple
660Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse (Anagram)VHCAce wags sort out a verset on an inert murine 
649AUSTRALORPVHCA poult Canberra’s developed (can be plucked)anag. less can be, & lit.
644EASY STREET (or STAPELIA)SecondStar not right? Uncertain, I pale… a bloomer, and a stinker!sta(r) + anag.
640MACHETEVHCWeapon clearing the wild?anag. in mace, & lit.; clear = jump over
635ROSEMARYVHCSorry Ma bedevilled (touch of exorcism needed)e in anag. & lit.; ref. film ‘Rosemary’s Baby’
1983-1984
615HISTORIETTEVHCI set the trio ‘bowling’ at seaanag. & lit.; ref. ‘Three Wise Men of Gotham’: ‘If the bowl had been stronger, my tale had been longer.’
1982-1983
538INGRAINThirdSee where the cow is? Get Blue fast!i.e. in grain; ref. nursery rhyme, ‘…the cow’s in the corn’

 
HCs awarded to C. J. Brougham
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2019-2020
  2473 INTERPLAY
 
2018-2019
  2460 TWEET
  2447 CONGENER
  2443 ERATHEM (Printer’s Devilry)
  2430 CLERIHEW
  2425 EPILIMNION
  2412 UBIQUARIAN
 
2017-2018
  2403 SWALE (Spoonerisms)
  2395 PURITANISM
  2382 STRIPE def. HARLOT (Wrong Number)
 
2016-2017
  2356 PUBLIC SERVANT
  2347 ASLEEP
  2343 RESTORE (Printer’s Devilry)
  2334 ALLELUIAH
  2330 BRAZEN / MOPISH (Right and Left)
  2313 PERFECT
  2309 GLOBETROTTER
 
2015-2016
  2300 MISHMASH
  2291 AVESTA (Printer’s Devilry)
  2287 VALET
  2283 BARGAIN
  2270 FENESTRA
  2261 GANGSTERLAND
 
2014-2015
  2244 AVANT-GARDISTE
  2235 CHOCK-A-BLOCK
  2220 A twelve-letter ‘Christmas cracker’ (Christmas Cracker)
  2209 (O)CT(O)BER (Letters Latent)
  2205 CUMBERSOME
  2200 BRINDISI
 
2013-2014
  2196 SEMANTRA / TRABEATE (Overlaps)
  2191 PLUG
  2178 PARISON
  2170 SAYONARA
  2168 CENTURY (with missing C) (Missing Letter)
 
2012-2013
  2135 LOB
  2126 DESPERATE
  2122 NICETY
  2105 TITANIC / ICEBERG (Overlaps)
  2096 TRICK
 
2011-2012
  2087 ROCKET
  2078 RÉCOLLET
  2074 BENNET
  2065 DERMESTIDAE
  2045 CATENATE
 
2010-2011
  2031 EMBROIDERY
  2023 CHAMBRANLE
  2014 HACKETTE
  2012 BLOATING
  2006 GROAN (Spoonerisms)
  2000 TWO THOUSAND
 
2009-2010
  1984 ORWEL(L)IAN (Doublethink)
  1979 FAR-OUT
  1971 WATERMANSHIP
  1962 ANADEM
  1958 HANGDOG
  1953 TRAUMA (misprint of T) (Misprints)
 
2008-2009
  1936 LITMUS TEST
  1918 PALAMPORE
  1901 SANITISE
 
2007-2008
  1884 FREELOADER
  1879 LITTER BASKET
  1875 GOUTTE / UPREAR (Right and Left)
  1871 FAIRY GOLD
  1866 BINGE
  1856 LITAS (Printer’s Devilry)
  1853 ANTIQUITARIAN
  1845 UPBRAID
  1840 W(I)NN(I)E-THE-POOH (Letters Latent)
 
2006-2007
  1827 AMAKOSI def. DENUDED (Wrong Number)
  1818 POISSO(N) D’AVRIL (Letters Latent)
  1806 INEBRIANT
  1804 CLOTHES SENSE (Spoonerisms)
  1801 RUSE DE GUERRE
  1797 HEART
  1792 APPALOOSA / ESTAMINET (Right and Left)
  1788 ETHEREAL OILS
 
2005-2006
  1779 NEWIE (misprint of U) (Misprints)
  1758 BIMBETTE
  1753 DIAGONAL
  1750 PLOUGHMAN
  1733 PALESTRA
 
2004-2005
  1728 EIDOLA def. NULLAH (Wrong Number)
  1724 MONEYBAGS
  1707 GALENA (Definition of Anagram)
  1702 WORDSMITHERY
  1700 FIVE-O’CLOCK SHADOW
  1685 MINO (Printer’s Devilry)
 
2003-2004
  1667 CLARINI
  1663 ARMAMENTARIA
  1659 SCAREDY-CAT
  1648 MAGIC LANTERN
  1646 BLACK
  1637 AMNESIC
  1624 BELAY
 
2002-2003
  1611 LEISLER
  1602 FENESTRA
  1598 PHRASEMONGER
  1593 MANSUETE
  1589 JOKESMITH
  1585 SHIATSU
  1580 MARGENT def. BEETLES (Wrong Number)
  1576 FACADE
  1572 SHIELD-MAY
 
2001-2002
  1559 THEOLOGASTER
  1544 PATROL (with jumble of RAPTORES) (Christmas Devilry)
  1537 CAFTAN
  1528 STROP (Spoonerisms)
 
2000-2001
  1515 SNIDE
  1489 FRONT-BENCHER
  1467 CANAPÉ
 
1999-2000
  1463 REVERSIONAL
  1454 GET-UP
  1441 Word containing MM displaced by a bug (Millennium Bug)
  1439 JOHN CANOE
  1424 HEIST
  1419 SPLODGE
 
1998-1999
  1411 LOOK-SEE
  1406 CHASSEPOT
  1402 PENTOSE (Definition of Anagram)
  1398 PERMETHRIN
  1394 BERGAMOT
 
1996-1997
  1307 AGILE (Spoonerisms)
  1303 PONIARD
  1286 CHALET
  1284 STALE (3 defs. + sub. ind. of wrapping) (Parcels)
  1281 ABLUTOMANE
  1273 SIPOREX
  1260 OUT-AND-OUT
 
1995-1996
  1247 PREDICANT
  1242 KNOCKERS
  1229 GRUPPETTO
  1225 CURRY
  1216 CHAPERON
  1212 HILDING
  1203 CLERICALISM
 
1994-1995
  1194 DONET
  1178 BOOTLEG
  1165 YAPSTER
  1161 ADIAPHORON
 
1993-1994
  1147 MAYDAY
  1143 DEATH (Printer’s Devilry)
  1134 TOVARICH
  1130 AGRESTAL
  1108 GREEN
  1104 BURYING-PLACES
  1100 CONCORDANCE
 
1992-1993
  1095 STINK
  1087 OLD SOLDIER
  1074 DEMIREP
  1065 TANDOORI
  1061 MAGIC
  1056 ENTRAIN def. ASTHORE (Wrong Number)
  1052 AGANIPPE
 
1991-1992
  1043 PESTO (Printer’s Devilry)
  1039 TOLERABLE
  1034 BURLAP
  1030 PASTILLE
  1024 PRESENT (3 defs + sub. ind. of wrapping) (Parcels)
 
1990-1991
  982 ALMANAC
  978 DOUBLE-CENTURY
  972 Anagram of 28 letters (Anagram)
  961 WAVESON
 
1989-1990
  922 REFORMADO
  913 ARCHIBALD
  908 INDIGO (Printer’s Devilry)
  904 VOETGANGER
  895 TONE DEAF
 
1988-1989
  874 BLUESTOCKING
  869 HOLD-UPS
  868 ROLAND (2 clues + def. of contents) (Parcels)
  862 OFF-AND-ON
  857 REDCAP / NICETY (Right and Left)
  849 VISITE
  844 THEOLOGASTER (Misprints)
 
1987-1988
  835 PROSAICAL
  823 SARBACANE
  814 SPOUSAGE
  805 LITOTES
 
1986-1987
  774 VICTORINE
  750 SALMAGUNDY (THLMAGUY/OULMAGUY) (750 themed clue)
  744 SKIRL-IN-THE-PAN / COFFEE-DISEASE (Right and Left)
  735 MALIGN
 
1985-1986
  731 STRING
  722 SUPERNACULUM
  714 MOTE
  688 CUCURBITAL
  683 BANISH
 
1984-1985
  666 Any word; subsidiary indication omits an animal (Beasts)
  653 INTERNUNCIO
 
1983-1984
  618 CRETISM
  610 DOUBLETHINK
  600 Into the jaws of Death / Into the mouth of Hell (Anagram)
  594 DOINGS
  585 FLABELLIFORM
 
1982-1983
  568 TETHER (Printer’s Devilry)
  564 PARAMENT
  547 GLEEMAN
 
1981-1982
  521 ATTITUDINISE
  508 POSTURE-MAKER
  506 ELANET (Printer’s Devilry)
  500 BEFOOL (two extra Ds) (Extra Letter)
  491 SEVENTY-EIGHT
 
1980-1981
  452 DISSENTERISM
  447 URTICARIA / APOGRAPHS (Right and Left)
  426 MISL(E)ADING (Letters Latent)
 


Annual Honours record of C. J. Brougham
Clues  |  HCs   |  Other competitors
YearPrizes
(1, 2, 3)
VHCsHCsPosition
2018-20191 (0, 0, 1) 3 6 20
2017-20180 2 3
2016-20170 4 7 26
2015-20161 (1, 0, 0) 2 5 28
2014-20151 (0, 0, 1) 0 6
2013-20141 (0, 1, 0) 3 5 19
2012-20130 1 5
2011-20120 3 5
2010-20111 (0, 0, 1) 4 6 12
2009-20101 (1, 0, 0) 2 6 27
2008-20091 (0, 0, 1) 8 3 5
2007-20081 (0, 1, 0) 3 9 15
2006-20071 (0, 1, 0) 3 8 21
2005-20060 3 5
2004-20051 (0, 0, 1) 6 6 6
2003-20041 (1, 0, 0) 5 6 15
2002-20032 (0, 1, 1) 2 9 13
2001-20021 (0, 1, 0) 4 4 14
2000-20011 (0, 1, 0) 9 3 4
1999-20000 4 6 21
1998-19992 (1, 0, 1) 5 5 4
1997-19982 (0, 2, 0) 5 0 4
1996-19970 0 7
1995-19961 (0, 0, 1) 2 7 23
1994-19951 (0, 0, 1) 8 4 3
1993-19940 3 7
1992-19931 (1, 0, 0) 2 7 20
1991-19920 5 5 15
1990-19910 4 4 21
1989-19901 (0, 1, 0) 6 5 6
1988-19892 (0, 2, 0) 4 7 6
1987-19880 5 4 11
1986-19871 (1, 0, 0) 6 4 5
1985-19860 5 5 11
1984-19851 (0, 1, 0) 5 2 5
1983-19840 1 5
1982-19831 (0, 0, 1) 0 3
1981-19820 0 5
1980-19810 0 3