Quickword No. 33 : Do you know ‘rim’ (4 letters), and ‘the Roman name for Chester’ (4 letters)?
Quickword No. 33
Abdul Karim, ‘the Munshi’, Queen Victoria’s confidential secretary.
One’s air or bearing, especially in the face.
Alter a text.
The main pack of cyclists in a race.
Deva Victrix, the Roman name for Chester.
Cleaning tool, used with a bucket.
Staffordshire town.
Hampshire town, the site of the first murder in Agatha Christie’s detective story ‘The ABC Murders’ (1936), featuring Hercule Poirot.
Enthusiastic about (e.g. a hobby).
European country.
Born, known before her marriage as.

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