I *knew* there must be a big word in there - it just looks likely. Now to find it ....
N6/21 - very appropriate!!
f744 - shocked or decked
f740, the one who did the shocking or decking :)
p870. Sombody stole that word from me.
p9/90. An extension of the previous clue
R8/60 - did some major DIY - again
t7/56--an interesting two-part word
fit1, I got the P/8. Thanks, great clue. Not sure how to extend it to a p/9 though.
smoove, which T did you use?
fit1, Nevermind, I figured it out.
I have the p/8/70 and p/9/90 and the R/8/60. What does the last 8 letter word start with?
The clue to which T I used is in my 12:09 post. (wink, wink) : )
smoove, Thanks, I found it.
I need help with R's, please: I have RE4x5, RE6, RE8 and RO4, What am I missing?
I have Ro4 x2, Ro6 x2
testing123. Thanks, found them.
For A's I have: AG4x2, AG5, AG6. What am I missing?
testing123, we posted at the same time . I now have AG4x3, I am still missing one A word.
:-) So we did!
I am afraid I am missing the same A-word als you are.
It is an Ar6
I can't find the Ar6, may I please have a clue for it.
Ar6: small ring of color around a center portion, for example a nipple.
Hint for the Ar/6. A small ring of color around a center portion, as about the nipple of the breast or the part of the iris surrounding the pupil of the eye.
starchaser, Thanks, found it right away with your great clue.
Thanks, testing, 123. Didn't see your clue at first.
Was already worrying I had become invisible ;-)
testing 123, may I please hava a clue for the E/7/32. I only have 2 EA5.
The E7 builds on one of those ea5s.
It's the one you would like to find even more.
The Es go:
Ea5 x3, Ea7, Eg4, EL4, EL5, EL6, Eo6
testing123, Thanks, found it right away. Does anyone use words like the e/7/32 in real life?
I never do, but I don't think that is a condition for the babble gods...
I am still missing the last EA5, EL6 and the EO6 :(.
for the Ea5's they are all Ea/5/12, two are similar but the last two letters are switched, the other one has to do with a body part.
EL/6/21: Any of various small, submersed herbs of the genus El****, having grasslike leaves.
Eo/6/27: A crude stone artifact, such as a flake.
starchaser, thanks so much. Will let you know when I find them.
Welll I found all but the the EO.
I have three JE/4. Does the last J word start with JE too?.
Yes - it's a Je6.
Definition, Milly, please?
Back to the r...ra4, ra5, re4x5, re5x2, re6x5, re8, ro4x2, ro6x2.
for the Eo/6. . the last four letters are in the bottom right area almost all in the cornor, but not quite.
starchaser, I meant I am missing the EL6. But in checking my list I found I am also missing an EL4.
the Je is attached to one of the R/4/5.
Je6 - A blunt javelin used by the people of the Levant
You asked!! ;)
Milly and starchaser, I found the JE6, Thanks so much for your help.
EL/6/21: starts with the E all the way to the right, then goes down(L),over, up,up, over. see if that helps.
EL/4: el+plus a 2 letter greeting.
Np, glad I could help :-D
Missing 5 F's, can anyone help?
I have FE4 x 5
starchaser. Do you have the FE4 which is archaic for companion or spouse. It has been in other puzzles.
I have 3 FL4
yea I do have that Fe.
the Fe4's I have are:
A festival or feast.
A type of plant.
the archaic one.
A feeling of agitation and anxiety caused by the presence or imminence of danger.
and the one to do with food/eating.
FE4/7 - green plant
FE4/7 - entertainment
FE4/8 - provide food
I found another Fe/4, that is like Feud but the u is another vowel.
D's missing 3, but what?
how something might be cut
Fi 7/44 ball player
Ok, missing one D now:
lol, found it. . it's another De.
Can I get a hint for the F/7's? The one that means being shocked, and the one that means the one that did the shocking. . I'm stuck :-(
This is weird. I can't find the third je4. I have even looked in atozwordfinder
Never mind. I was going the wrong way. LOL
teehee :-p it's ok.we all do that from time to time.
ok. look down at your feet star :)
and under them
my feet? lol
I think I've had it. I'm going to sleep. Hasta manana, my friends
star, there is a solid surface under your feet. :)
hahahaha OMG! that word has been under my nose the whole time. Can't believe I didn't see that. lol. . . ::feels really dumb::
Sleep sounds good. .. cya!
Can I get a hint for the P/9/90 and the P/8/70. . I think someone said that they were related, but I can't find em.