any clues on the p8/70
P/6/70: discussed terms of truce with the enemy
oops, that's P/8/70
duh - that P8 is so obvious when you know what you're looking for!
the second letter to the p8 please
i too am stumped on the P8 even with the clue
here are stats....
ste or sprite i hope they are right...check my husband got them for us....he doesn't babble...
Oh gosh, and I thought I was doing well ... only 67 more words to go!
I have a late start, but let's see how far I can get tonight! ;-) Looks promising for sure.
baggo, your husband did a great job! Thanks, you both, for the stats. :-)
Why wont it take yearly? Am I not seeing straight?
Because you try to use the same Y twice for 'yearly'.
Duh - dumb.
:-D Mary... happens to me all the time!
I'm getting better at finding As and Es
Great, Treble99 ;-)
I haven't found the E7 yet.
I have it if you need a clue
Clues are always good!
E7/44 butterfly or a moth
I've only gotten 37 words and 343 points, not doing so well... Oh, well =)
103 words, 1520. I am getting stumped, though.
Is it possible for a brain to turn to silly putty? Only 49 words ....
Hey, slowly but surely. This is kind of hard when you don't speak english as your mother tongue. But I'm sure there's many besides me. Heh.
C'mon Tedybeth, you can do it. You finished right behnd me yesterday.
Must be possible... even with Treble's clue I am blind to that E7. Guess I am having my stupid day.
Treble's clue is a bit misleading. The E7 is a type of butterfly or moth, but does not mean butterfly or moth. Consider a monarch (not the butterfly kind).
I can't find the e word, either. Nothing seems to work.
Possible that my brain has turned to silly putty, I mean. And yes, Sikozu, there are more not-native speakers here; I am one of them (from Holland).
testing, that was a good clue, got it instantly. Thanks. And this is great for learning new words sprite. You seem to be doing well, always. =)
It's just that I am a kind of pitbull terrier ;-)
Just don't know how to quit before I have found all words. Learning new words is certainly part of the fun for me as well!
I enjoy it too, very much. but sometimes it is really hard for me to find the longer words. I also like to keep on for a long, long time. If I only had the time.
Yeah! got the e7. Thanks, testing, the clue really helped!
For me too, testing, thanks! If I had been any less stupid, it would have jumped out of the grid for me.
I got it, too. And I speak English. Well, in Vernont, sort of English. I have trouble following the words that twist all around.
I'm totally missing the P8... Although I found a dozen other words while searching for it.
Sikozu - Both P8s are basically the same word (past tense of a verb, and the one who did it). this clue may not make sense to a non-native english speaker, but think about pirates.
I get the past tense, I guess I'm just tired and can't just see it. I'm going to try anyway, thanks.
With thanks to a visiting friend: i7/32.
He claims it is a military term, used to describe the curved path a bullet will take when fired. I quote: "If you don't keep the i7 curve in mind, you will miss your target."
Thank you testing, finally got them!
got one.. d/6/33
And a d/6/36
The P8/65, can I have a clue please?
I have the other P8/70
It goes along with the other p8.
Duh, got it, thanks
How ironic that Pirates of the Caribbean is playing and I just heard the word for the p/8s!
Having trouble finding F words. Just have one: f/4/9. Help, please.
Now have 5 F words. Still 5 short though.
Does anyone have another clue for the i7/32? I'm not good with military terms...also, any clues for the Q? I think I've gone blind...
the q/4/11 is a small cow, i think...the i/7 is not in dictionary.com, but if you take an i prefix and add it to what you have to do to hit a moving target, you should get it
Thanks dicktrickle for the help!
no problem.....what is the last 7?
a x 3, e x 1, i x 1, l x 1, m x 1, r x 2, s x 1....and what??
Speaking of learning new words...I wish there was a version of this game in Spanish and Portuguese, (and maybe Esperanto). Span and Port are the two languages I study on the side. English is my first.
Of course, then I'd want a version in Hawaiian, Latin, Romanian, French, Yiddish, Hebrew, Ladino, Irish and Scots Gaelic, Welsh, Greek, Sanskrit, and just about any other language out there. Navajo would be difficult, but I bet it would be doable :)
Swirler - a female whirling dervish :)