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chartreuse PRONUNCIATION:(shahr-TROOZ, -TROOS) MEANING: noun: 1. A light, yellowish green. 2. An aromatic, usually yellow or green liqueur, originally made by Carthusian monks in Grenoble, France. adjective: Having a light, yellowish green color.
Wordplay and fun Re: ah, your mother's nephew by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 11:21 PM
COUSIN U ---- > E I'll have to ask my goombah Trevi about the ratio of coins to fountains ... COSINE
Wordplay and fun Re: Business Name Ideas by Faldage @ Yesterday at 07:43 PM
Or either that or Aotearoans, one.
Miscellany Re: Not just a camel by teepee @ Yesterday at 03:58 AM
Hi Jackie- Semi-related but not as profound as the comments delving into Arya language, the way I remember camels and number of humps is easily solved thus: Bactrian (like its starting B turned side-on with two humps) and Dromedary (like its startin
Q&A about words Re: Sophisticated word for the following...? by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/21/13 11:40 AM
I love "unsoaphisticated"!
Wordplay and fun Re: It could happen. by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/21/13 11:34 AM
I'd a fifty-line poem on mind: Here, just a Précis you'll find. As I stopped in the street A tile fell at my feet My prescience had treated me kind! UNLISTED - UNPALATABLE
Weekly Themes Re: Malapropism by LukeJavan8 @ 05/20/13 06:30 PM
A reply to that one needs to come from Olly, a member here from Kiwi-land.
Weekly Themes Re: exscind by zmjezhd @ 05/20/13 12:43 PM
You're welcome. [Just now occurred to me that I have to post more to catch up with Faldo.]
Miscellany Re: Shorts found in Library of Congress by LukeJavan8 @ 05/19/13 09:09 PM
I especially like "odors in the Bible" and 'hemorrhoids-popular works". Feet in the bible is neat too, especially for fetishers, and 'urinary dances".
Miscellany Re: aside to Faldage.. by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/19/13 02:48 PM
Had faldo posted just once on most - but not all - topics, there would only be 33 on which he had made no comment! (But, as you rightly say, who's counting?)
Weekly Themes Re: offensive words by Buffalo Shrdlu @ 05/17/13 09:36 AM
Originally Posted By: jenny jennybut I am most offended when someone calls me a redneck except another redneck. Originally Posted By: FaldageWhen some outsider calls us one of those words it's an insult; when one of our own calls us that it's camar
Weekly Themes Re: Queer street by LukeJavan8 @ 05/16/13 11:55 AM
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