CROSSWORD No 202
1. A metal container used for cooking food in. To make something into small pieces or a powder by pressing between hard surfaces.
2. Conjunction used to join rephrasings of the same thing. A tool for making clothes flat and smooth. Objetive form of we.
3. Current, flow. An edible, round, green seed, that grows with others in a pod.
4. Fasten. A device or substance that is used to join two things together so as to prevent them from coming apart . Used more generally to represent a number that is not known or exact.
5. A rung of a ladder. To remove wild, unwanted plants.
6. To move an implement such as a spoon around in (a liquid) so as to mix up the constituents. Join, stitching.
7. A consonant. The speed with which something moves or happens. A large inland area of water.
8. Water that has frozen and become solid. To put in or between.
9. Used with the base form of a verb to indicate that the verb is in the infinitive. In addition. To leave a place.
10. To put food or drink in your mouth to find out what flavour it has. The bottom edge of a piece of cloth, folded up and sewn, on an item of clothing.
1. Publish. A long, narrow cut or opening.
2. A person who creates paintings or drawings as a profession or hobby. A bed for a baby.
3. Used more generally to represent a number that is not known or exact. Retreat, withdraw. The first letter.
4. Internet top-level domain for the Republic of Ireland. A system of chronology dating from a particular event. An ancient Roman copper coin.
5. Seize and hold firmly. Move or cause to move into a sloping position.
6. The capital of Italy. Perception.
7. A preposition. An emotion comparable to wonder but less joyous. After that.
8. Used more generally to represent a number that is not known or exact. Used in polite requests or questions. The eighth letter of the English alphabet.
9. Immediately payable. Appear, come up.
10. A substance that consists of very small grains of rock, found on beaches and in deserts. The smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.