A - 13
E - 5
F - 1
H - 24
I - 5
J - 2
N - 19
O - 15
P - 61
R - 12
S - 26
V - 1
9 - 1
8 - 8
7 - 19
6 - 42
5 - 42
4 - 84
196 Total Words
what do all of the numbers mean that you guys are typing?
GISgrl: They're clues. For example:
means there's a word that starts with "O", it's 7 letters long and you'd get 44 points for it.
i see. thanks for the tip. it's been a while since i've been on here to play
d7/40 x 2
Nice grid today... thanks for the sats
Want to try and get this done quick... weather lovely again. cant wqait to get outside!!
nosey people... maybe looking through your things...
Think of a fashionable type of trousers then change the first vowel.
COULDNT find a actual definintion for this word but hope that my clue help.
You should be able to get a number of words off this one!!
Pursuit of or devotion to pleasure, especially to the pleasures of the senses.
I can't think on any fashionable type of trousers beginning with H ! Am I just showing my age?
Think of a three letter work for a part of the body begginning with H... oftern associated with child bearing
The trousers sit nicely on this part of the bosy and that is why the are named after them. Change the 2nd letter for a double vowel... let me know if u get it... sorry I think im making it to complicated
do you have the h5/20 ITS AN EXTENSION OF THAT
add the end of your name to the H5
h8/9 think of young kids playing basketball
2HOTT, your clues for this trousers thing are great! thanks
A7/44 x 2
All from same root word
i have 5 p7/36 and one p7/48
to clarify...it's a puzzle of big ones...you can look down the log for points and clues
that should help :0
May I have a clue for the a/8. not sure that I have the right root.
Yeah, I'm looking for that root, also. It's evading me...
the A8 does not have a definition -- but it's like to be against something .. usually starts with a different letter.
The A8/60 comes from the A6/30 which means to place side by side or in close proximity, and it grows from there with (2) A7/44. Hope it helps.
Thanks to all for the hints - that really helped!
could I have ANY clues for A's ???
a4/7 - mimicked
a5/10 - a Meditteranean herb used in cooking and to make liqueurs
a6/18 - plural of a5/10
thanks Bash, it helped
I am struggling with finding the p8/50, p8/65. Could anyone help me?
ok, got the p8/50. sometimes I just need to ask for help and then I see them!
well I'm still huntin' the p8/50, so could *I* get a hint? or in lieu of, I'd like a life, please. :-P
I can't find the p/8/50 or the p/8/65 or the a/8 :(
P 8 / 50 of or resembling a Peacock
sorry that was the P/8 60
I can't find any of the e words either. They are always hard for me to find.
p/8 50 characters in a dramatic or literary work
thanks, found the p/8/50.
and the p/8/65 with the help of my trusty, old, crossword dictionary
oh for pete's sake. I cannot believe I couldnt see that on my own. Thanks. (smacking forehead with keyboard)
Ah periwinkle, you and me both. eeeeeasy? I think not.
Thank you! I found it!
Periwinkle, the A 8/60 is the same as the
O 8/60. Just change the O to an A.
There's an R7, can anyone give me a clue, please?
e/4/6 - a number of poems, not formally united, that treat an epic theme
could you help with the other E's?
SweetTooth, I do not have the o/8/60. May I please have a clue?
E5/22 an apron worn in acient Hebrew rites.
E6/18 a union or to unite
E4/4 at a previous time
Hope it helps.
Still looking for the R7 word, can anyone help?
Peri, the A8/60 is the same as the O8/60 but change one letter.
Peri, sorry, they should be reversed. The O8/60 is the same as the A8/60 but change one letter.
A clue for either one would be helpful please - for a/8 and o/8 since I don't have either one.
A8/60 an examiner whose business is to put questions. I should really read the earlier clues, I just repeated what SweetTooth wrote at 3:18. Sorry.
O8/60 to offer resistance to
got them all now Mary, thanks
all e's hi hi hi
Mary, thanks so much, got the o/8/and a/8. It was the O clue that helped me.
I join periwinkle with thanks for Mary! a8 and o8 thanks to o clue :)
May I have a clue for the n/7 and r/7, please?
R7/28 A Greek wine
N7/28 Plural person based on N5/10
'Instepped' should totally be a word...
thanks roberts1, found them both.
Thanks roberts1 for the R clue, and I'm Greek and should have known that, I've used it before.
hello!!! dawny ,,,, ruth,, u on?
What other games (word or otherwise) are you addicted to?
I've been playing "What Word" and also "Word Whomp". But nothing compares to Babble.
When I get disgusted with Babble and can't find any additional words, I leave, play something else, then come back, and often times I find some words. You?
Thanks 2HOTT...came back on several hours later and read your clues..got it straight away :-)
any clue for the H8/60 ??? I'm going crosseyed over it!
Tedybeth, H8/60 someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures.
And with that, good nite to all.
a p 6 who likes the r 7
Any help for the h7 that's not loosely related to basketball? Thanks!
frogs do it,
grain goes in it
think bunnies... if thats the one youre asking about
any hints on the p7/48? much appreciated!
Yup, that was it, thanks cjustine!
do you have a clue for the p7/48, Bash?
anyone have a clue for the elusive p860?
Don't have any of the longer p words... :(
p7/48 is the plural of p6/33 -- having to do with quantum of acuostic or vibrational energy - used in math models, etc.
thxs to Mary & onyx for the H clue!
how many P8's are there --- I have a a p8/65; p8/50 [which I haven't found yet] - is there a p8/60 also?
there are 2 p8's, according to the list down in the chat log. No one has posted to the contrary, so I think it's correct...
Thanks Bash - I am getting a bit woozey from hunting for the last few ---should just give up and go to bed!!
p8/50 adds a vowel to p7/36...help me with p8/65.
p8/65: of or resembling a peacock; resmebling a peacock's tail in color, design .... begins with 'pav'
thankyou... this game is too hard not to use help..
Agreed - it's part of the 'fun' - I think we all like to get as many on our own - and it's also 'fun' to be able to share what we have found!! of need! :-)