Azed Competition No. 486  Azed Slip  |  < 482  |  491 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
486 Aug 1981JUMPED-UP normal26


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstJ. HorwoodInflated with Jack-in-office’s head for powerJ for P in pumped up, & lit.
SecondG. H. WillettMushroom sauté à l’anglaise on horsebackjumped (Fr. sauté) + up
ThirdF. D. H. AtkinsonAmiss (after having tossed) is eager to advance No. 1 quicklyjumped + up; ref. Dennis A., cricketer
VHCR. H. AdeyLike some whizz-kids – bound to finish namelessjump + e(n)d up
VHCMrs A. R. BradfordSautéed mushroom2 meanings; sauté ballet term
VHCR. S. CaffynParvenu, lacking finish: bounder and cheatjumpe(r) + dup(e)
VHCA. G. CorriganAs a parvenue, Lady Macbeth’s exactly the reverse of squeamish man when king’s disposed ofjump+ p(r)ude (rev.)
VHCR. DeanAppropriate to be used about one who steps ahead of the well-bred?ped U in jump vb. & lit.
VHCD. A. W. DiaperNewly-sprung rose with increased vigourjumped + up
VHCDr I. S. FletcherCompletely hidden, not right, in coat needing to be cut down in sizepe(r)du in jump
VHCB. FrancoBound to have the latest before the others, like Mr Newlyrichjump + e to front in dupe
VHCN. C. GoddardComing from nowhere – sweater half off – walker’s near to overtakingjum(per) + ped up
VHCJ. F. GrimshawWhat desrcibes inflated leader of Jacquerie usurping power?J for p in pumped up, & lit.
VHCD. V. HarryMushroom sauté, prepared for breakfast?jumped + up; sauté ballet term
VHCP. F. HendersonPretentious Jude, out of place at university, riven by traces of many passionsm, p in anag. + up; ref. ‘J. the Obscure’
VHCA. H. JonesWas a bounder at school – like Flashman?jumped + up
VHCD. F. ManleyDish English Prince married – upper-class, going back to first of Jameses (she isn’t this)J + pud E P m U (rev.)
VHCC. G. MillinJudge ’urried into court, having only just made itJ + ’umped + up
VHCC. J. MorseShuffle at halfway stage: Walker promoted – that means over-promotedjum(ble) + ped up; ref. Peter W.
VHCC. P. ReaDescribing Malvolio, for instance, Shakespeare’s exactly penning basket with a letter suggesting association with the upper class!ped U in jump
VHCD. R. RobinsonBehaved like a bounder in a superior class – à la M. Jourdainjumped + up; ref. Molière: ‘Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme’
VHCN. RolesClimbing rose2 meanings
VHCT. A. J. SpencerGo-ahead cleared leading competitorsjumped + up
VHCF. B. StubbsRisen smartly, like some men with piles2 meanings
VHCA. J. WardropEditor excited after appropriate epithet applied to Beaverbrookjump + ed, up
VHCDr E. YoungWhat’s started then finished is quickly madejumped + up

HCs awarded in competition 486 to:

C. Allen BakerB. GreerL. K. MaltbyK. Reed
Mrs K. BissettD. HarrisonRev W. P. ManahanH. R. Sanders
A. G. BogieJ. HendersonJ. D. MooreW. J. M. Scotland
Mrs A. BoyesMrs S. HewittT. J. MooreyA. D. Scott
E. J. BurgeJ. G. HullA. C. MorrisonW. K. M. Slimmings
M. CoatesMiss F. S. KempD. S. NagleJ. C. P. Taylor
A. E. CrowR. E. KimmonsF. R. PalmerR. C. Teuton
R. P. DowlingF. P. N. LakeR. J. PalmerG. R. Webb
F. D. GardinerJ. H. C. LeachW. H. PegramMrs M. P. Webber
D. A. GingerM. A. Macdonald-CooperM. PostlethwaiteMrs J. Welford
S. GoldieMrs S. M. MacphersonR. F. RayMiss B. J. Widger
J. J. GoulstoneDr R. A. MainA. J. RedstoneDr R. L. Wynne