Mirror Quiz Crossword January 15 2022 Answers

In our website you will find all Mirror Quiz Crossword January 15 2022 Answers. Mirror Quiz is one the many crosswords that are released daily which have different clues. Each day The Mirror releases 3 more crosswords which are Classic, Cryptic and Quick.

Mirror Quiz Crossword January 15 2022 Answers

ACROSS
  • Beth —, uneven bars gold medallist at the 2006 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
    TWEDDLE
  • Seaport in eastern Dorset
    POOLE
  • Emilio —, actor whose roles have included William H Bonney in 1988 action film Young Guns
    ESTEVEZ
  • Author of 1989 novel The Joy Luck Club
    AMYTAN
  • & 13A Sponge cake spread with jam and cream and shaped into a cylinder (5,4)
    SWISS
  • See 11 Across
    ROLL
  • Small container filled with explosive thrown by hand
    GRENADE
  • Hand tool used for cutting and shaping wood
    ADZE
  • Cricket team; winners of the County Championship in 1991 and 1992
    ESSEX
  • Small constellation neighbouring Carina in the southern sky that represents a flying fish
    VOLANS
  • Portable tubular rocket-launcher used by infantrymen
    BAZOOKA
  • C A —, West Indies Test cricketer who took 5-54 against India in 1987 at both Delhi and Mumbai
    WALSH
  • Fernando —, WBC Bantamweight champion from 2010-11
    MONTIEL
DOWN
  • 1855 novel by Charles Kingsley
    WESTWARDHO
  • Method of training a horse to perform manoeuvres in response to the body signals of its rider
    DRESSAGE
  • Plant related to the onion; a national emblem of Wales
    LEEK
  • Ian —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Chariots of Fire
    HOLM
  • In music, the sign that, when placed before a note, lowers it in pitch by a semitone
    FLAT
  • Lion in The Chronicles of Narnia by C S Lewis
    ASLAN
  • Nickname of Edinburgh; Old Smokey
    AULDREEKIE
  • Edgar —, painter and sculptor whose works include 1877's Dancers Practicing at the Barre
    DEGAS
  • Creator of fictional detective and gourmand Nero Wolfe
    REXSTOUT
  • Edward —, 19th-century English humorist noted for nonsense poems such as The Jumblies
    LEAR
  • The —, Dmitri Shostakovich opera first performed in full in 1930
    NOSE
  • Naum —, Russian sculptor whose works include 1930's Construction in a Niche
    GABO