Oh dang... 50 words for 518...six 6s... a cup of tea, then try to find the 'big' words.
7 for 32
I have an 8 for 45.
can you give a clue or starting letter for the 8 thanks
Starts with O
Does anyone know what letter the second 8 starts with? I got the 8 for 45
I can only tell you that it does not start with D or E, as I have all of those and don't have the second 8. This puzzle is a toughie for me!
Has anyone found any Y words? I thought ytria was a word, but apparently that has 2 Ts.
well put 2 Ts in then :P
Doh, I'm an idiot!!!! LOL, have a free word everyone. :-p
I never would have found that one.
Thanks .The 2nd Y is spelt the same except the last letter.
Thanks to you also Karin!
jim why don't you tell us all the words u have found :D
Xinyi - I'll think about it, but don't hold your breath. ;)
you know my dog is a drooler
I thought exactly the same thing, steve! And I have great pictures of my little brother, the drooler, when he was a baby. :)
Stuck in my head: "I see you shiver with anticip-"
Any clues for the 7/40?
7/40: "bitingly sarcastic"
What letter does the 7/40 start with?
Just an update to the quest for the other 8 letter word - it doesn't start with D,E,i,J,M or Y.
If panini isn't a word, then what is that I'm eating when I go to Panera?????
I don't know but it sure tastes good!
Maybe panini is one of those foreign language words that babble doesn't accept.
I have 3 N4's (5,4,6) and 1 N6 (24). What am I missing?
You are missing a 5/16, and I'm missing that 6. Thanks for the help!
Got the N6! The N5 could start from either N if that helps. :)
Ask any Dead Head and they'll tell you that tripier is a word.
Thanks for the clue, jlm. I used to work in a bank and you'd be surprised how many people think 'ninty' is a number.
Sadly, I'm not surprised by that. ;)
the other 8 is a P for 70.
That was a REALLY weird word until I looked up the definition. Guess I should have paid attention in chemistry class!
How is everyone doing with 7's? I have only 5 (36, 32, 40, 28, 48)
Is your 36 a P? If not, well, there is a 36/P.
Thanks for more clues. Will search for a P/8/70 and a 7/48. Sorry, fnurt, I only have the four 7s you mentioned and not the 48. Though, I don't know if yours are in alphabetical order. Mine go 32,40,36 (the p mentioned below),28
Yay, the chemistry hint led me to the right prefix for the P/8/70 and from there it was easy! Thank you so much. :-D
There are at least three 7/36s. I have two at the beginning, then my P.
So then we have 36, 36, 32, 40, 36, 28, 48, and one mystery 7.
The last one is a T-7 for 40.
Oh, that T40 is a beautiful one to find!
I am still missing 2 P's. I have PAx9, PIx9, PRx4, but alas, no more...
So, to summarize what I know of the big words. Anyone else please fill in blanks!
8/45/O - one who confers orders on a priest or rabbi
8/70/P - a VERY small unit of measure in chemistry
7/36/C - a gemstone
7/36 - not sure what this starts with, so it may go before the other one
7/32/D - one that empties liquids from something
7/40/M - bitingly sarcastic
7/36/P - grassy plain
7/28/R - wetter climate
7/48 - not sure what this starts with
7/40/T - divine trio
For 6's I'll just list points in alphabetical order:
fnurt - I think I have the same P words that you have . . .
I have PIx10, but I'm also missing 2 Ps, so I'm not sure where your other missing one is. (I'm missing one of your PAs.)
jlm_mi, m'dear... thank you for your (inadvertent) clue to the two Y-words... no way I'd've found them... well, I guess I could've noodled for two or three hours.
Any other mistakes you want to confess to us?
Well, I keep seeing picnic and onion, and that's making me hungry. But I don't think you can get any words from those. :-p
also, the gemstone is actually the second 7/36. The first is "an oily liquid" I found by accident--it's related to a 6/24 and (letterwise, not meaningwise) to a 4/6.
Got the O/8, but I have never been a chemistry person. Oh, well, there's an 8 I won'g get :)
and another addition (sorry, i keep getting interrupted so I can't process the comments properly) My sixes: I have 4x24 there after the first 18, 3x24 between the 33 and 39, and an extra 18 after the 39.
fit1 - If you have a math/science background other than chemistry, it is "one trillionth of" something. (The something being the second half of the word.) The something is a very basic chemical unit, and also an animal. :)
oh - and thanks, parsec, for the hints to other big words. :)
No problem. Thanks for listing the clues for everything I'm missing in the j-o area =)
Surely a "drooler" is someone who drools?
Another black mark to go into my book of grievance.......
jlm_mi ... :-p .. id you poke out your tongue?
Of course, that should've said 'DID'... aargh
Yes. It was meant to be a sign that I'm feeling silly. I wasn't giving you a raspberry! :-D
what, it won't take LENIN? ;-)
Christine are you still there?
I tried it too, thinking it sounded like a perfectly good word, but in truth, it's only a proper name.
How about O word? I have 3xOL and 3xOR and am missing 2.
Marianne - I'm here (did you see how jlm_mi dissed me? go get her)
There are 5 OR's. You might be missing a 5/6 combo.
Thanks Jlm_mi - between my daughter and me, we finally got it.
I was, thanks. I had no idea what they were, but as soon as you said that, they became obvious noodling choices for some reason. Thanks!
And Christine - I think I'm going to call my mom and have her come take me home. It's no fun playing here anymore if you're all going to gang up on me. :-D
Well, I have to go home and take the pups swimming, but I'll come back later to see if I can find any more words I'm missing. I still need 3 6s. Looking for 2xA, 4xC, 2xL, 1xP, 5xR, 2xT. Clues always welcome! :-D
4 of the A's start with the same 3 letters.
Christine you just tell this old bird will fix them for you
Thank you, Babe.... obviously, she know not what a load o' rubble she could get on her head....
Are you doing well, on this grid? I have 65 for 900, (six each 6s and 7s, no 8s), and need a cup of tea, before I can go further.
Christine I have 84 word 1265 but I am now stuck need coffee.
You have MAIL
What's a Panini?
I have a 6/24 that i don't think is on our list yet - it's between the 6/21 and the 6/33