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Cryptic crosswords are a special type of crossword puzzle where clues combine a definition with wordplay. Use [crosswords] where the clues don't obey the conventions of cryptic crosswords; [cryptic-clues] or [crossword-clues] for clues not assembled into whole crosswords.

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There's no specific rule about where the definition has to go, but in general it would be hard to write a coherent sentence if one thing you're trying to say is arbitrarily interposed in another. You …
answered Dec 14 '16 by aPaulT
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Your sense is correct, at least as far as most British crosswords. For example, The Guardian switched over in 2012 as announced here.
answered Feb 12 '18 by aPaulT
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I think the "chimp-and-zee" idea posited in the other answers if possible. But it could also just be a coincidence, and all that's intended is that "chimpanzee, say" is indicating APE. This has the ad …
answered May 29 '14 by aPaulT