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Jump to new posts in Merrie Windsor by wofahulicodoc @ 12/20/14 08:25 AM

SWIVEL drop L WIVES
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Jump to new posts Re: A game of Twister.. by endymion6 @ 12/20/14 01:01 AM

SNIVEL N ---- > W ..always LIVENS the moment; maybe it's when and how you SWIVEL
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Jump to new posts second cousin to cringe by wofahulicodoc @ 12/19/14 10:24 PM

INVEST T --> L SNIVEL
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Jump to new posts - - - -with money by LukeJavan8 @ 12/19/14 09:42 PM

F > V INVEST
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Jump to new posts Re: The place .. by endymion6 @ 12/19/14 08:09 PM

FINITE I ---- > S ..is bugged INFEST
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Jump to new posts - - - not forever by LukeJavan8 @ 12/19/14 07:54 PM

-R FINITE
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Jump to new posts Re: your use ... by endymion6 @ 12/19/14 06:17 PM

TINIER + F ..of green was better than anything I might do; truly NIFTIER
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Jump to new posts - - -St. Pat's Day:Leprachauns by LukeJavan8 @ 12/19/14 11:51 AM

-G TINIER
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Jump to new posts I'm getting tired of Christmas by wofahulicodoc @ 12/19/14 11:49 AM

Let's try another holiday for the moment. Independence Day, say. RESTING S --> I IGNITER
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Jump to new posts - - - - - sugarplums and all that by LukeJavan8 @ 12/19/14 11:19 AM

T > R RESTING
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Jump to new posts Re: Casey... by endymion6 @ 12/19/14 09:00 AM

GLISTEN L ---- > T ..STENGEL used to LISTEN for the P-A guy to say TESTING ..one, two..
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Jump to new posts It's still Greek to me ! by wofahulicodoc @ 12/19/14 07:08 AM

LION'S SHARE PRONUNCIATION: (LY-uhnz shair) MEANING: noun: The largest part of something. ETYMOLOGY: From the Aesop's fable in which the lion claimed all of the spoils instead of sharing with other animals who took part in the hunt. Earliest
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Jump to new posts no snow yet around here, but... by wofahulicodoc @ 12/19/14 06:59 AM

TENSILE E --> G ...picture the icicles sparkling GLISTEN
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Jump to new posts Re: It's Greek to me ! by Tromboniator @ 12/19/14 04:19 AM

WHO'S WHOA - The question that gives rise to the answer, "Whoa is me!"
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Jump to new posts Re: Is the dictionary authoritative or descriptive? by Tromboniator @ 12/19/14 04:14 AM

Originally Posted By: wofahulicodoc Who you gonna believe, me or some strange dictionary? On the question of disinterested vs. uninterested, I'm sticking with you. Come to think of it, I'm with you on gourmand, too, but that may be from a French
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Jump to new posts Re: Stille Nacht by endymion6 @ 12/18/14 11:50 PM

SILENT + E ..schlaf' in himmlischer Ruhe..or whatever..i don't have the strength TENSILE
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Jump to new posts Is the dictionary authoritative or descriptive? by wofahulicodoc @ 12/18/14 10:41 PM

"Gourmet," maybe. Or "epicure." But not gourmand. A gourmand is supposed to have an utterly undiscriminating appetite; he'll eat anything, any time, with gusto but no palate, no appreciation whatsoever of any finer sensibilities. (Noodling abo
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Jump to new posts It's Greek to me ! by wofahulicodoc @ 12/18/14 10:20 PM

WHO'S WHO PRONUNCIATION: (hooz hoo) MEANING: noun 1. A reference work containing concise biographical sketches of well-known people. 2. Well-known people in a particular profession, region, etc. ETYMOLOGY: The first Who's Who was published in
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Jump to new posts Stille Nacht by wofahulicodoc @ 12/18/14 10:11 PM

What kind of Night did you say that was? LINTELS drop L SILENT (drop the other L and it's still Christmas - "no L" !)
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Jump to new posts Re:I'd've guessed a different word.. by endymion6 @ 12/18/14 07:01 PM

TINSELS S ---- > L ..but as it's Christmas, it's ESSENTIAL that we bear the load LINTELS
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Jump to new posts Re: Words that mean good at something by LukeJavan8 @ 12/18/14 04:57 PM

Gourmand - tasting, maybe.
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Jump to new posts Words that mean good at something by DeathCake @ 12/18/14 03:20 PM

Hi. I'm looking for words that describe being good or skilled at something... NOT general descriptions like 'proficiency'. e.g. articulate = good at speaking, presenting an argument Are there any equivalent words which you could use to specifically
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Jump to new posts - - - - tree decor by LukeJavan8 @ 12/18/14 02:02 PM

-A TINSELS
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Jump to new posts Re: Crackers by endymion6 @ 12/18/14 01:55 PM

LATRINES R ---- > S SALTINES
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Jump to new posts Re: a word for greeting long-silent friends by BranShea @ 12/18/14 12:53 PM

Originally Posted By: wofahulicodoc Commiserate is very close indeed. The only issue that I do have, is that the word does, yet again, deal with empathy. I am seeking the word that describes the act of viewing or seeing sorrow, and not the actual emo
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