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Jump to new posts Re: -Whitman's chocolate... by endymion6 @ Today at 08:56 AM

REPEALS E. ---- >. M ..assortment has always been a PLEASER SAMPLER
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Jump to new posts - - - laws by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 01:41 AM

T > L REPEALS
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Jump to new posts Re: Make it rough by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:26 PM

ASPERATE - A .. on your digestive system: eat cucumber, that, like history, REPEATS
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Jump to new posts Re: Make it rough by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 10:22 PM

ASPIRATE I ---> E ASPERATE
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Jump to new posts Suck it up by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 08:59 PM

SEPARATE E --> I ASPIRATE
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Jump to new posts Re: Dividing.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 08:10 PM

PARASITE I ---- > E ..wheat from the chaff, the men from the boys SEPARATE
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Jump to new posts Re: Hanger-on by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 07:29 PM

PARAPETS P ---> I PARASITE
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Jump to new posts Re: I don't see it by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 11:53 AM

DESPY-remove a CIA agent
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Jump to new posts Re: I saw anything by May @ Yesterday at 11:44 AM

DEscry- nobody saw anything Despry- elixer of youth with the age old adage, "You're old only when you forget you're young," on the label
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Jump to new posts I don't see it by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 08:59 AM

DESCRY PRONUNCIATION: (di-SKRY) MEANING: verb tr.: 1. To catch sight of. 2. To discover or detect. ETYMOLOGY: From Old French descrier (to cry out), from crier (to cry), from Latin critare, from quiritare (to cry out). Earliest documented u
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Jump to new posts back to back, and Belie to Belie by wofahulicodoc @ 09/01/15 03:55 PM

BELIE PRONUNCIATION: (bi-LY) MEANING: verb tr.: 1. To give a false impression: misrepresent. 2. To show to be false: contradict ETYMOLOGY: From Old English beleogan (to deceive by lying). Earliest documented use: before 1000. ____________
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Jump to new posts Faulty Towers by wofahulicodoc @ 09/01/15 03:39 PM

STRAPPED D --> A PARAPETS (No, no W. That's the fault.) And Welcome, again, FLC!
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Jump to new posts Re: Either he's leaving.. by FormLacksClarity @ 09/01/15 12:08 PM

DEPARTS add p STRAPPED
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