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Jump to new posts Re: medieval physician's realm by May @ Today at 05:17 PM

ílechedọ̄m! - The command Elsa gives to freeze hell over using Cryokinesis. Warning: Como sigas dando la lata te va a dar una leche. ílẹ̄chedọ̄m!- The remedy
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Jump to new posts Re: Got hot .. by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 04:18 PM

Sorry don't mean to take you unarmed, but it'S sort of like being on a diet, I may be on a diet, but I can still look at the menu. I don't like playing with them, just because they are out there or in your Heritage Dict. HEH,HEH -T EDEMAS
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Jump to new posts Re: Got hot .. by endymion6 @ Today at 01:14 PM

MEDIATE I ---- > S ..or got to come clean [B]STEAMED[/B ..Could've fooled me; I've long been impressed with the arcane & esoteric terms you nail, sending me scrambling to my heavy Amer. Heritage Dictionary ...chemical compounds, etc.
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Jump to new posts Re: Four P.M. by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 11:42 AM

T > D MEDIATE whatever you said, I agree. I'm not a friend of those 50 cent words
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Jump to new posts Re: medieval physician's realm by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 11:37 AM

LEECH.COM their personal web site
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Jump to new posts medieval physician's realm by wofahulicodoc @ Today at 11:34 AM

LEECHDOM PRONUNCIATION: (LEECH-duhm) MEANING: noun: A remedy or medicine. ETYMOLOGY: From Old English laecedom (medicine, healing), from laece (physician). The word for the bloodsucking parasite has a different origin. Earliest documented u
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Jump to new posts Four P.M. by wofahulicodoc @ Today at 06:59 AM

IMITATE I-->E and it's TEATIME
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Jump to new posts Re: Hoping to get us on a better track, I'll say.. by endymion6 @ Today at 02:51 AM

LUMINATE ..there are MINUTIAE that we can get INTIMATE with, in order to MITIGATE the impact of eight-letter words, lest we earlier plights IMITATE ..and I sincerely hope I'm not doing just that
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Jump to new posts Re: Capitulate by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 01:35 AM

You hit that one right on the nose. Exactly.
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Jump to new posts - - -got to get on a better track by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 01:33 AM

-A (here goes ones) LUMINATE
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Jump to new posts indigenous humor by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 11:35 PM

AUTOCHTHON PRONUNCIATION: (o-TOK-thun) MEANING: noun: 1. A native; an aborigine. 2. Something, as a rock, formed or originating in the place where found. ETYMOLOGY: From Greek autochthon (of the land itself), from auto- (self) + chthon (earth
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Jump to new posts Re: Chemical product by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 10:55 PM

FULMINATE F ---> A ALUMINATE
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Jump to new posts Re: I'm so upset when .. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 08:22 PM

CULMINATE C ---- > F ..I can't reduce long words by a letter enroute to a change FULMINATE ..that'd usually give us more alternatives
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Jump to new posts Re: Capitulate by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 08:09 PM

'Capitulate' comes from Latin capitulum, 'chapter'. It originally meant 'to draw up terms of surrender (chapter by chapter)'.
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Jump to new posts - - - -end by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 03:58 PM

M > C CULMINATE
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Jump to new posts Re: From colic, free them.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 03:54 PM

IMMUTABLE B ---- > N ALIMENTUM
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Jump to new posts Re: From solid to gas by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 01:39 PM

S > M IMMUTABLE
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Jump to new posts Re: From solid to gas by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 01:30 PM

UNBESTIAL N ---> M SUBLIMATE
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Jump to new posts Re: Fair game??? by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:15 AM

STUDIABLE D ---- > N UNBESTIAL
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Jump to new posts Re: Fit for scrutiny.. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:06 AM

DUBITABLE B ---- > S ..but not much else STUDIABLE
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Jump to new posts Oof! by wofahulicodoc @ 03/24/15 10:22 PM

SEISM PRONUNCIATION: (SY-zuhm) MEANING: noun: Earthquake. ETYMOLOGY: From Greek seismos, from seiein (to shake). Earliest documented use: 1883. _______________________________ SHEISM - what a feminist practices HEISM - what a bankrobber pr
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Jump to new posts Re: Open to doubt by A C Bowden @ 03/24/15 09:20 PM

DUTIABLE + B DUBITABLE
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Jump to new posts - - - -obliged by LukeJavan8 @ 03/24/15 09:10 PM

fine by me S > D DUTIABLE
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Jump to new posts Re: I have a bone to pick .. by endymion6 @ 03/24/15 07:47 PM

If I may, I'd like to propose something .. can we go back to JUBILATE whence we seem to have gone off the deep end .. a J ---- > S would allow something SUITABLE .. with your indulgence.. Thank you! joe
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Jump to new posts Re: I have a bone to pick .. by LukeJavan8 @ 03/24/15 11:21 AM

have at it a third time, Endy, I can't do anything with this.
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