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Active Topics | Active Posts | Unanswered Posts Past 24 hours | Past 48 hours | Past 7 days Forum Subject Wordplay and fun IMPECOUNIOCUS by jenny jenny @ Today at 09:22 AM
impecounous PRONUNCIATION: (im-pi-KYOO-nee-uhs) MEANING: adjective: Having little or no money. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin im- (not) + pecunia (money), from pecus (cattle). Ultimately from the Indo-European root peku- (wealth), which also gave us fe
Wordplay and fun Re: A bombax word for Tuesday: BOMBASTIC by jenny jenny @ Yesterday at 06:14 PM
BOMBTASTIC - you da bomb, bro
Wordplay and fun sowing my wild oast by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 04:15 PM
FREUDIAN E-->A to UNAFRAID might well be a dead end, but drop A UNFIRED is what my pots are before they go into the kiln (at least they still have a job...)
Wordplay and fun Re: My slip is showing.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:23 AM
FUNDRAISE - S FREUDIAN Hope I didn't send us down another dead-end strasse
Wordplay and fun Re: Many mettle-testers.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:02 AM
FOUNDRIES O ---- A ..are people who like to FUNDRAISE
Wordplay and fun Re: A bombax word for Tuesday: BOMBASTIC by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 09:44 AM
BOMBATTIC - the IED assembly line is upstairs under the roof BIMBASTIC - acting like a floozy, and proud of it, too (see also BOOBASTIC and BOMBUSTIC)
Wordplay and fun showing our mettle by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 09:35 AM
UNIFORMED M-->S FOUNDRIES
Wordplay and fun Re: That's a roger... by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 08:31 AM
CONFIRMED C ---- > U ..said the one who was UNIFORMED Let's do it one at a time ...
Wordplay and fun A bombax word for Tuesday: BOMBASTIC by jenny jenny @ Yesterday at 07:32 AM
bombastic PRONUNCIATION:(bom-BAS-tik) MEANING: adjective: Pompous or pretentious (in speech or writing). ETYMOLOGY: From Old French bombace (cotton padding), from Latin bombax (cotton). Earliest documented use: 1704. -------------------------
Wordplay and fun Re: That's a roger... by endymion6 @ 04/21/14 11:27 PM
CORNFIELD L ---- > M CONFIRMED
Wordplay and fun Water table spider table...uh...Oh yeah!... by jenny jenny @ 04/21/14 10:25 PM
TRAP TABLE - what a crap table really is.
Wordplay and fun water, water everywhere by wofahulicodoc @ 04/21/14 09:15 PM
FRAC-TABLE - all you need to do to get the petroleum derivatives into the drinking water
Wordplay and fun Re: The TRACTABLE will find this post by Tromboniator @ 04/21/14 06:41 PM
ARACTABLE - A piece of furniture consisting of a horizontal surface supported by eight legs.
Wordplay and fun The TRACTABLE will find this post traceable by jenny jenny @ 04/21/14 05:30 PM
Wordplay and fun Re: Becalmed by wofahulicodoc @ 04/21/14 02:37 PM
I have something in mind; give me a little while to work on it...
Wordplay and fun ...as high as an eloephant's eye by wofahulicodoc @ 04/21/14 02:34 PM
CONFIDER Oh, the L with it! CORNFIELD (but I think we'd better start cutting down after this)
Wordplay and fun Re: Becalmed by LukeJavan8 @ 04/21/14 01:02 PM
Nor do I.
Wordplay and fun - - - -secret keeper by LukeJavan8 @ 04/21/14 12:37 PM
Wordplay and fun Re: everybody likes someone.. by endymion6 @ 04/21/14 09:20 AM
PORCINE P ---- > F who PINES for him/her ... CONIFER
Wordplay and fun everybody likes bacon by wofahulicodoc @ 04/21/14 08:37 AM
Well, almost everyone, anyway. CORNIER R-->C PORCINE ...went "Whee!!" all the way home.
Wordplay and fun TRACTABLE describes human robots not us. by jenny jenny @ 04/21/14 12:52 AM
tractable PRONUNCIATION: (TRAK-tuh-buhl) MEANING:adjective: Easily handled, managed, or controlled. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin tractare (to handle), frequentative of trahere (draw). Earliest documented use: 1504. USAGE:"'I don't want to go there,'
Wordplay and fun Becalmed by Tromboniator @ 04/21/14 12:23 AM
I'm sorry, but NAZIFY took the wind out of my sails. I can't seem to find anything clever there.
Wordplay and fun - - - which clown is by LukeJavan8 @ 04/20/14 10:22 PM
Wordplay and fun Re: Who's on first? by endymion6 @ 04/20/14 08:52 PM
ENCORE E ---- > R I don't know what's around the CORNER
Wordplay and fun - - -play it again, Sam by LukeJavan8 @ 04/20/14 04:58 PM
A > E ENCORE
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