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Active Topics | Active Posts | Unanswered Posts Past 24 hours | Past 48 hours | Past 7 days Forum Subject Wordplay and fun how could one resist... by wofahulicodoc @ 03/04/15 07:04 AM
CAMEROON drop the O ROMANCE
Wordplay and fun - - -African nation by LukeJavan8 @ 03/03/15 10:02 PM
A > E CAMEROON
Wordplay and fun Re: Yellow cake? by endymion6 @ 03/03/15 09:56 PM
MACARONI I ---- > O MACAROON
Wordplay and fun Re: Italian food by A C Bowden @ 03/03/15 09:12 PM
OCARINA + M MACARONI
Wordplay and fun sweet music by wofahulicodoc @ 03/03/15 06:00 PM
from CARILLON to CLARION to (drop L) OCARINA
Wordplay and fun - - -quick steps out of the vortex by LukeJavan8 @ 03/03/15 05:49 PM
I'm willing, but I don't know if I'm able. It does get us out of that hole we were in swirling and swirling down the tubes. L > R CARRION
Wordplay and fun Re: INHALABLE to CLARION in six painful steps by wofahulicodoc @ 03/03/15 04:27 PM
INHALABLE L-> C CHAINABLE E-> R BRANCHIAL A-> O BRONCHIAL B-> L CHLORANIL drop H CARILLON drop L CLARION and on from here, if you're willing to jump this far this fast.
Wordplay and fun Re: INHALABLE to CLARION in six painful steps by LukeJavan8 @ 03/03/15 04:11 PM
We all goof along the way, but you've lost me with this list. It's easy for me to get lost. Which word is the one you are presenting for us?
Wordplay and fun INHALABLE to CLARION in six painful steps by wofahulicodoc @ 03/03/15 03:12 PM
(plus a few dead ends along the way) And did I goof somewhere in the process? INHALABLE to CHAINABLE --> BALANCHINE to BRANCHIAL --> BRACHIAL --> BIRACIAL to BRONCHIAL to CHLORANIL to CARILLON to CLARION and onward?
Wordplay and fun (aside) by wofahulicodoc @ 03/03/15 11:45 AM
I can't think of a good "U" word - do you s'pose Friday's word might be SYZYGY ?
Wordplay and fun ease by wofahulicodoc @ 03/03/15 11:37 AM
DEFERVESCENCE PRONUNCIATION: (dee-fuhr-VES-uhns) MEANING: noun: The abatement of a fever. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin de- (away from) + fervere (to boil, to be hot). Ultimately from the Indo-European root bhreu- (to boil or to bubble), which is a
Wordplay and fun Re: For a limited time .. by endymion6 @ 03/03/15 01:17 AM
ALIENABLE E ---- > H ..and a limited time only..insulin in a form that's INHALABLE ... thanks, Luke..you're a gentleman
Wordplay and fun Re: on the other hand, by Tromboniator @ 03/02/15 11:40 PM
PARASTRATAL - Referring to one or both of the castes on either side of us, unless we happen to be in the the very highest or very lowest, in which case just the one.
Wordplay and fun Re: Maybe slow and loose with the Roolz by LukeJavan8 @ 03/02/15 05:11 PM
not a problem, Endy, we've run into that situation many times, but Doc seems to always be able to bring us out of it, as above... R > E ALIENABLE
Wordplay and fun Re: Maybe slow and loose with the Roolz by endymion6 @ 03/02/15 02:25 PM
I agree, Luke .. I was obviously grasping at straws with that last, desperate attempt ... and not happy at slinging it out there I'll withdraw from political and social involvement, and patiently await the appropriate historical moment. (That's a
Wordplay and fun GIs have always been expendable, right? by wofahulicodoc @ 03/02/15 02:11 PM
RAILING-ABLE let the GI go BALLERINA
Wordplay and fun Re: Maybe slow and loose with the Roolz by LukeJavan8 @ 03/02/15 12:56 PM
I personally think we've reached a point of no return.
Wordplay and fun Re: Maybe slow and loose with the Roolz by endymion6 @ 03/02/15 12:55 PM
BALLBEARING B ---- > I ..Ready to receive a safety-guard layer ..or the kind of person who can fly off a handle RAILING-ABLE ??????
Wordplay and fun fast and loose with the Roolz by wofahulicodoc @ 03/02/15 12:22 PM
BLABBERING B --> LA BALLBEARING
Wordplay and fun Re: Feeling like an idiot .. by endymion6 @ 03/02/15 10:45 AM
BELABORING O ---- > B ..because it doesn't help us, but all I can come up with BLABBERING
Wordplay and fun Re: on the other hand, by wofahulicodoc @ 03/02/15 09:17 AM
PARASTATAL PRONUNCIATION: (par-uh-STAYT-l) MEANING: noun: A company or agency owned wholly or partly by the government. adjective: Relating to such an organization. ETYMOLOGY: From Greek para- (beside) + state, from Latin status (condition).
Wordplay and fun you say my arguing is becoming tiresome? by wofahulicodoc @ 03/02/15 09:02 AM
BAUBLE-RING U --> O BELABORING
Wordplay and fun Re: Unter-bling? by A C Bowden @ 03/01/15 11:03 PM
UBER-BLING + A BAUBLE-RING
Wordplay and fun Two B, or not? Two B ! by wofahulicodoc @ 03/01/15 09:00 PM
BLUBBERING remove B UBER-BLING - the ultimate in ostentatious jewelry
Wordplay and fun Re: on the other hand, by Tromboniator @ 02/28/15 10:16 PM
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