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D > H HORMONE
Wordplay and fun complete with staff by wofahulicodoc @ Today at 07:41 AM
MODERNE E --> O DOORMEN
Wordplay and fun Re: Art Deco architecture by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 07:05 PM
ENAMORED - A MODERNE
Wordplay and fun Re: some folks are just hard to convince... by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 03:15 PM
LISSOM pr LISSIOME PRONUNCIATION: (LIS-uhm) MEANING: adjective: Agile; graceful. ETYMOLOGY: Alteration of lithesome, from Old English lithe (flexible, mild) + -some (having a particular quality). Earliest documented use: 1800. ___________
Wordplay and fun I love it! by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 02:26 PM
MEANDER add O ENAMORED
Wordplay and fun - - - -sashay, mosey and their ilk by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 11:11 AM
Wordplay and fun often an appellate court by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 07:03 AM
MERGANSER G --> D REMANDER - which returns the case to a lower court for further consideration
Wordplay and fun Re: some folks are just hard to convince... by Tromboniator @ Yesterday at 02:37 AM
INTRATABLE – Arthur's knights keep it among themselves.
Wordplay and fun Re: AND THEIR OFF! by Cowboy_Monkey @ 04/23/15 11:59 PM
SUM BEACH! Always missing something! I shoulda gone with hunting dogs chasing an electric coon. All local entries and two owners named Bubba. Have to call um Big Bubba and Little Bubba to avoid confusion. Coming to you over AM radio that can reach a
Wordplay and fun Have you ever... by Cowboy_Monkey @ 04/23/15 10:39 PM
Have you ever noticed that wives who carry a few extra pounds always live longer than the husbands who mention it... This girl, a wacked-out vegetarian, swore up and down she knew me. Nope... Never seen herbivore.
Wordplay and fun some folks are just hard to convince... by wofahulicodoc @ 04/23/15 09:31 PM
INTRACTABLE PRONUNCIATION: (in-TRAK-tuh-buhl) MEANING: adjective: Not easily handled, managed, or controlled. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin tractare (to handle), frequentative of trahere (draw). Earliest documented use: 1545. _______________________
Wordplay and fun Groucho strikes again by wofahulicodoc @ 04/23/15 09:18 PM
[GERMANISER / R->E / MENAGERIES, only in Dusseldorf they call it TIERGARTEN] GERMANISER drip I MERGANSER (sometimes known as a "fish duck")
Wordplay and fun Re: Teutonic hegemonist by LukeJavan8 @ 04/23/15 07:33 PM
you cut it by one letter - good going
Wordplay and fun Re: Teutonic hegemonist by A C Bowden @ 04/23/15 06:49 PM
MALINGERERS - L GERMANISER
Wordplay and fun Re: AND THEIR OFF! by tsuwm @ 04/23/15 04:15 PM
>THEIR OFF.. I gotta go cut the grass. and while you're at it, gather yourself some apostrophes!
Wordplay and fun AND THEIR OFF! by Cowboy_Monkey @ 04/23/15 03:35 PM
Ladies and gentlemen! Racing continues here at Ad-Nausem Muttville Frowns. AND THEIR OFF....Semi Colon takes an early lead; Hyphen and EM are close behind in second. Comma, Period, Quotation and... WHOA NELLY! Exclamation wipes out in the first turn
Wordplay and fun Re: Sorry, road closed by LukeJavan8 @ 04/23/15 11:24 AM
I've always liked 'cower', but I do like this better, thanks to your always inciteful suggestions for the inspiration.
Wordplay and fun Re: Sorry, road closed by wofahulicodoc @ 04/23/15 07:02 AM
Originally Posted By: LukeJavan8KOUR --to hide in fear.
Wordplay and fun too little and too late by wofahulicodoc @ 04/22/15 09:44 PM
but GENERALISM L-->E would have made MENAGERIES (I knew this place was going to the dogs)
Wordplay and fun Re: One S or two? by A C Bowden @ 04/22/15 08:37 PM
Originally Posted By: endymion6I think the senior HIspanic officer might have needed an 'S' too.. There is only one S in the Spanish spelling: GENERALÍSIMO.
Wordplay and fun re. Maybe our new friend ... by endymion6 @ 04/22/15 06:11 PM
GENERALISM + R ..chimed in at an appropriate time MALINGERERS ..I think the senior HIspanic officer might have needed an 'S' too..
Wordplay and fun Re: Sorry, road closed by LukeJavan8 @ 04/22/15 12:20 PM
KOUR --to hide in fear.
Wordplay and fun - - -Spain's Francisco Franco by LukeJavan8 @ 04/22/15 12:18 PM
+O GENERALISMO Sorry, I think it would also need an "I". Go back to Generalism
Wordplay and fun Sorry, road closed by wofahulicodoc @ 04/22/15 12:17 PM
DOUR PRONUNCIATION: (rhymes with tour; DOU-uhr) MEANING: adjective: Sullen; severe; gloomy; stubborn. ETYMOLOGY: Probably from Latin durus (hard). Earliest documented use: 1425. ___________________________ DROUR - your session with the p
Wordplay and fun Re: Nothing special by A C Bowden @ 04/22/15 12:09 PM
STREAMLINE T ---> G GENERALISM
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