There are 231 words according to the enable solver, so if anyone has more words in any category, please share.
Nevermind! Funny that we posted at exactly the same time. :-D
I "ran astray" with this e 6/7 combo
Well, now. Isn't that an interesting O7 for 36?!?!?!? I'd heard the word somewhere before and tried it and it worked. Guess I never knew the definition before!
And there's another 8/S/50 that is a religion.
An i/8/40 related to one of the E6/7 "all wrong" combos mentioned before.
The other 9 is very very fast. (think planes)
I have a 6/7 combo that is the name of a popular beer and its plural.
At 10:04am Wendrie said that the other S50 is a rodent. I just found an 8/S/40 rodent. So, I have 5x8 and 2x9 now, with this being my list:
8-50 s (religion)
8-40 s (rodent)
8-50 s (story line of play)
Can anyone confirm that the missing 8 is or is not an S50 that means rodent?
there are 4 words, including a seven, associated with that Australian guy with the nature show. I think his name is Steve.
Good clue, parsec! Although for the sticklers, only 2 are strictly related to him. The others look similar, but one is the plural of a flower. The only definition of the 7 that I can find has to do with the color strength of saffron.
thanks, jlm, for the definitions. I get lazy about those.
We are sooooo close to being able to make cornice and crescent!
and if there were only an E in that right corner, we could have ornate, coronate, innate, probably some others...
Ah! there is another S/8/40. I was noodling for possible chemical words, but actually it has to do with test scores.
So then I think there must be no 8/S/50 rodent word.
So, the big words. I have all the 8/9 letter words and 12 of the 18 7s:
7/36/C - crown
7/44/C - having to do with the color of saffron?
7/28/E - one who wanders about (plural)
7/28/E - mistakes in printing or writing. Funny, it's actually the plural of a plural. :-p
8/40/i - containing no mistakes
7/28/i - crazier
7/28/i - immediate
7/36/O - masturbation
8/40 R - strong and deep in tone
8/56 R - plural of 8/40/R
7/36 S - of the devil
8/50 S - religion
7/28 S - a voiced speech sound (plural)
7/28 S - musical compositions
7/28 S - a 9-point scale used for normalized test scores
8/40 S - plural of previous
7/36 S - of or relating to tin
8/40 S - a mole
8/50 S - story line of a play
9/66 T - very fast
Add a 7/36/C to the beginning of the list. It means "resembling a tendril" but sounds a bit like a liver disease.
T/7/28 -- highborn female
and T/7/36, insectivorous mammals, variant spelling.
and an m/7/44 with no definition, but it seems to be the kind of screwup that might happen at a mint?
I think that's all I have that jlm didn't list. I swear.
That M7 is great!
Yep - having finished painting radiators.... I mistyped :( the s8/50 should have been a s8/40 and it was a type of rodent or mole....
Can anyone help me find the last i word? I have:
iN4, iN5x4, iN6x4, iN7x2, iN8
iR4x2, iR5x2, iR6
Nevermind. For anyone needing i help it was an iN4, very common word. I was just blind. :)
I cannot imagine how there are 55 S's. I keep trying combo after combo and I am still miles away!
I'm up to 47 but stumped on those last 8. Here's what I have so far, just by second letter. We can compare length if it's helpful, but it's much more work! :)
I'm still looking for Cs, Ns, Ss and Ts. I've already posted my breakdown for Ss and will now for the others: