Hardest for Last
… and we were double-teamed Described in letters
SPELT [never thought of spelling as descriptive]Crown in the Henry VIII era, e.g.
GOLDCOIN [crown = money]Nice sibling
FRERE [as in “Frere Jacques”]Film that often includes drawings
OATER [westerns have gun duels]Wagnerian title?
ASTA [just saw The Thin Man
on TCM and had forgotten how thoroughly enjoyable it was --- but Asta, in the first movie, was hardly a factor]Who knew?
Patrick Duffy was the man from Atlantis
Atomic number of neon
Only non-rhyming ghost in Ms. Pac-Man
There was a Ms. Pac-Man
Key of the last Brandenburg concerto
ALOHAOE [and I’ve been to Hawaii three or four times] le visage
[oeil should be known from trompe l’oeil --- and you should know visage --- so I guess this passes the English test] SEISHappy New Year
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = No fun