7/60 ... today's grid does not look like it will yield much
with no fellow babblers to keep each other amused, time to call it quits at 78 words; hope for stats and clues im Morgen :)
18 As??????????????????????? lol I've got 3!
Thank you I think.... for the stats! Did you find any more Atalante? I managed six A words.... before I ran out of time....
73 words 4.42 877 and only one 7 w/60
I have 7 As, but only 3 Cs, not better!
Clawing my way there ... 9As now - 15Cs
I know how bad I am at finding A words, so every day I have 2 targets - to find as many words as possible obviously, but also to find all the A words to train my mind into thinking about them!
Could list the 6s and 7s please.
That should be could someone list 6s and 7s please.
c/7/56. can't find a defintion but it's the plural of c/6/39
I dont have a C6/39 only 2 C6/33
that c6 - c7 is a strange one: can't find a def anywhere (I just used the point count and noodled...)
Here are my long ones so far:
A/24--licorice is this
N/33--places to put things
ew, and c/48, bedbug
also a M6/39 (plural of M5) -- still looking for the other 6s
s6/33 - the name of one of the candles in the menorah
There is an R 5/16 and 6/27 combo--the only def I can find is the acronym name of a wind-measuring instrument.
The c6 / c7 - a loose upper robe, esp. of a bishop, to which the lawn sleeves are usually attached
Very interesting p/4/9. Didn't think Babble would accept it but it did.
p/4/9: slang (USA) for first-rate/
I have the c/6/33 that is the plural of something you sit on. May I please have a hint for the other c/6/33?
the p4 was in yesterday's "Big" grid too :)
the 2 C6/33 are almost identical...think prisoners perhaps
thanks, metags, got the 2nd c/33. I didn't find the p/4 in yesterday's puzzle. Did not have time to finish it. It is a fun word though.
Having a problem with the a/24 - licorice word.
Meaning, I cannot find it (a/24) The word I am thinking of only has 5 letters and it cannot be made here>
I have p/4/6 and p/4/9. Need help finding the last P word, please.
nevermind, found the last p, it is a p/4/6.
Here in Seattle we would never think of going out without a raincap...
for the a/24 - think of the liquid form