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SCURVY PRONUNCIATION: (SKUHR-vee) MEANING: adjective: Mean or contemptible. noun: A disease caused by vitamin C deficiency, characterized by swollen and bleeding gums, bleeding under the skin, and weakness. ETYMOLOGY: From Old English scurf, p
Wordplay and fun Sorry, I can't buy that shirt by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 06:40 PM
LIMITS L --> F it's a (I'm a?) MISFIT
Wordplay and fun - - - -Outer by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 05:27 PM
E > S LIMITS
Wordplay and fun reached his Berling point by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 02:28 PM
SIMILE S --> T ...did Uncle MILTIE
Wordplay and fun - - - -like by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 01:29 PM
Wordplay and fun all turned upside down by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 01:24 PM
Originally Posted By: LukeJavan8 WILES you made it to this thread, great, it is the only really active one, tho' you may get others going again. W ~~> M SMILE when you say that, Buster !
Wordplay and fun - - -clever by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 12:19 PM
B > W WILES you made it to this thread, great, it is the only really active one, tho' you may get others going again.
Words and languages in schools Re: Valediction by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 12:15 PM
Congrats to your family. Salut !
Looking for (writers, speakers, ...) Re: Writing Help: Capitalization by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 12:08 PM
Looking for (writers, speakers, ...) Re: Writing Help: Capitalization by Bazr @ Yesterday at 04:35 AM
Both should be in lower case.
Weekly Themes Re: Loblolly by Bazr @ Yesterday at 03:28 AM
In the dictionary it is quoted as being a thick gruel. loblolly. Dictionary.com. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 10th Edition. HarperCollins Publishers. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/loblolly (accessed: January 26, 2015).
Miscellany Re: aussie slang by Bazr @ Yesterday at 02:56 AM
Good oil :useful information, a good idea, the truth
Words and languages in schools Re: Valediction by Bazr @ Yesterday at 02:20 AM
Filia mea esset Valedictory Prandium anno.
Words and languages in schools Re: Valediction by Bazr @ Yesterday at 02:13 AM
My daughter finished Year 12 last year and they have a traditional valedictory dinner. Great way to finish the year off.
Wordplay and fun Re: a bit green... by Bazr @ Yesterday at 01:38 AM
BELIES - E BILES
Q&A about words Re: Words that mean good at something by Bazr @ Yesterday at 01:24 AM
An empathetic listener?
Information and announcements Re: Anu on video!! :) by Bazr @ Yesterday at 12:09 AM
This is a great video on words.
Wordplay and fun gives the whole thing away... by wofahulicodoc @ 01/25/15 09:53 PM
BIBLES B --> E BELIES
Wordplay and fun - - - -holy books by LukeJavan8 @ 01/25/15 05:46 PM
You keep the mountains and valleys of it. I don't want a single flake. A > B BIBLES
Wordplay and fun everybody talks about it by wofahulicodoc @ 01/25/15 04:32 PM
BALES add an I and ABSEIL down the mountains of snow they're predicting for tomorrow night...
Wordplay and fun - - - - -ho hum by LukeJavan8 @ 01/25/15 12:07 PM
Wordplay and fun Re: Wire.. by endymion6 @ 01/25/15 08:20 AM
SCALES S ---- > B ..me money; I'm tied up CABLES
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