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OP Definitions for ‘waught’, choose one:
a) (obs. spelling) v.t., to carry along by a gentle current; waft
b) a fallacious statement leaked to discredit a political rival
c) OE: nothing; nil
d) adj., intricately entwined
e) something that you are obliged to do; an inescapable duty
f) a copious draft
g) tasteless, insipid; unpleasant to the smell or taste
h) an official charged with the surveillance of the population growth of free range Scottish Highland hogs
i) Scot: the wail of a Banshee
j) interj., an expression of surprise or disgust
Hmmmm....they are delicious!
I like g, it's prolly j, but I'm voting for i 'cause it makes me think of Branshea.
Pleasant association Jackie , thanks, all I can say is Ah....!
They're all believable, more or less. I especially like e) and wish it were b), but my vote goes for
I'm immortal until proven otherwise
Im liking the look of B
I'm gonna take G
I like them all...fantastic.
OP Originally Posted By: CandyI like them all...fantastic.
that's swell, but you should 'choose one'; and then with so few players this time, all we need is a vote from Faldage to close this baby out!
Originally Posted By: JackieI like g, it's prolly j, but I'm voting for i 'cause it makes me think of Branshea.
I really like the banshee/Branshea connection too!
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