Since there aren't many, here are the 6s I have so far if anyone wants to share:
M/6/24 (goes with M7)
O5/22 is a decent one
could someone please help me with the h8/85 its a real toughie
New years eve
G/6 21, I have 2 M6/24
thankx treble99 much appreciated
The New Year's Eve clue is not working for me for the H/8/85. Is there another clue that can be provided? Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks.
The h/8/85 is also when lots of Scottish people make real pigs of them selves.....
Thanks. I'll see what I can do with that...
I never heard of the h8 before, but it is an interesting word.
Spam is too a word!
Spam is a brand name of that yummy, yummy meat product. Heh.
as a mexican american i take offense to this puzzle for the racist s/4 and it will not accept a racist j/4!!!!!!!!
Manuel you are 100% right. Neither term should be accepted
thank you fit1 i am so glad someone agrees with me
You are right, but at least when you click on the definition, it says it is an offensive term. Shouldn't be in there, though.
The thing is if you scroll down it actually means clean as in spic and span. It is not what you say it is HOW you say it, you can use derogatory terms without venom and with affection, the same way the English get called limeys, are we going to rename limes? So that I don't find it offensive? you have to be careful political correctness doesn't take over, just be nice to all.
if it were used as spic-and-span you do not go into someones house and say that there house is spic you say it is spic-and-span so the way they have it in the puzzle it is used as a racial remark and i appologize that i don't agree with you carol
It's supposed to be a free country (in theory) though I feel it is not but no matter, we are all entitled to an opinion, live and let live and I take your point too. Carole.
can anybody offer me a clue on the o5/22 and the m7/24's
o5/22 and o4/7 both are:
An alphabetic system of inscribed notches for vowels and lines for consonants used to write Old Irish, chiefly on the edges of memorial stones, from the fifth to the early seventh century.
A character used in this alphabet.
i totally agree with you carolecs you are a very intellegent person and i appreciate your comments, thank you
Your welcome Manuel.xx
Are there (2) H7/52? I have the one that goes with the 8 letter word. Also need clue please for the e7/56 and e6/39. Help, please, need clues. Thanks.
Don't know about the h/52, but the e6/39 and e7/56 are both verbs meaning to direct with authority
It won't take eyan and I know that it accepted it once before.
periwinkle, you are SO close with eyan...I think you have it spelled wrong. ;)
Thanx MammaJill, got the e words.
Anyone have a clue for the S6/33? I'm stumped at 84 word.
An Algerian cavalryman in the French army. (s6/33)
Got it, thanx, Baggo
I am still not finding the H/8/85. Besides the New Year's and Scots clue, is there another clue that can be given without totally giving the word away? Thanks.
can someone supply a clue for g6/21 thank you!
a present requested and given on this day....children go from house to house asking for presents
australian monitor lizard
oops 7:18 is the h8/55
7:19 is the g6/27
Thank you Baggo!! Found It!
I am missing one J word...I have j4/11, j4/11, j4/14 and j5/24. Any clue on the one I am missing?
Mamma: there's a j/4/14
Thanks for the clues baggo, I was able to make some head way. :)
actually, the 5th J is j 5/24
Some very strange words in this puzzle. I can't wait till it's over. LOL