Celebration drink for Pygmalion’s love (7) = GALATEA
celebration = GALA, drink = TEA
No new words.
Discovered mint with money mainly for South Americans (5) = INCANS
discovered = dis-covered = remove outer letters, money = CASH, mainly = remove last letter
No new words. Finished before Victoria and as Telegraph site still duff, did the quick (as included on the PDF) when the tube was held. Couple of trick definitions:
About ready? (8) = MONETARY
ready = cash (usually readies?)
Feeling blue? (10) = ATMOSPHERE
Worry about hospital department’s small area (7) = CENTARE
worry = CARE, hospital department = ENT
Male sheep (6) = WETHER
Pronged instrument = FORK
Nancy-, one-time MP (5) = ASTER
GALATEA = Pygmalion’s lover; Pygmalion fell in love with a statue he carved from ivory which was brought to life by Venus.
WETHER = male sheep; castrated ram