Thanks, I have 2 D/4 but not that one yet. Have to go to work. Be back later.
For the D7, try thinking in 2 things. such as 2 controls. That's the base word. After that, add a suffix to make it a verb
I think the D7 might mean to turn into 2 parts. e.g if you want to improve a road ... to turn it into a D4 carriageway ... then you D7 the road.
shortseer. Is a carriageway an English term for highway?
Yeah - we haven't got those new fangled carless carriages yet ya'know! ;)
horseless rather than car-less.... that is!
'well, I hope you guys come into the modren world. Do you have indoor plumbing yet ? :) :):)
n : one of the two sides of a motorway where traffic travels in one direction only usually in two or three lanes
actually i'm australian ... didnt know i was using a uk-only word. We convicts might have been kicked out of england, but we still use their terminology. Or actually we often use both uk/usa terms interchangeably eg toch/flashlight, pants/trousers, trunk/boot
The sixes and sevens :
C6 ... sensory appendages of some insects
C6 ... insect - male has drum-like organs for producing a high-pitched drone - variant spelling
C7 ... more like a moist sticky type of earth
D7 ... turn into 2 parts?
E7 ... moral
E7 ... pertaining to univalent organic radical, C2H5
G6 ... a trough or channel for carrying something off
G6 ... to swallow greedily; to gorge; to gormandize
L6 ... more like a delicate fabric made of yarn or thread in an open weblike pattern
L7 ... to secularize
R6 ... clothed again
S6 ... bulkier?
T6 ... of or relating to a sheath, especially a tendon sheath
finished with 65 words / 4.74 / 1090
well shortseer as a "colonial" who has returned to the motherland I get to swap back and forth between the two languages fairly often.... can be confusing when you can't remember which language that word belongs to as you say it tho'...
fit1 indoor plumbing we certainly do have and at the moment - lots and lots of rain.....
Finished too. Same stats as shortseer
I have one a word. 4 letters. What else?
shortseer you missed a U6 meaing to speak
so there's nine 6-letter words? the stats are wrong?