Scratch the last one. It should
have been an S and a dupe of
bigbird's at 1:08.
Anyone know how many words are in this puzzle. Gotta be a big one. I have almost 100 words.
I have 135 at the moment... and I haven't found all the hints yet!
Maybe someone will post stats soon.
I just ran wordracer and it gave 301.
Previously it has mentioned that it
is not always correct. I used it because
it is the only solver that I know of
that has the total at the bottom so
that you don't have to see the list of
words. If anyone knows a better
solution I would be happier to use
it next time.
tangle gives a total of 304 words
I have three F7/44 words so far.
r u on 2hott? they r out!!!
I examined the words in yesterday's puzzle. I still don't understand how 2HOTT used PEEPED. I thought that you could not repeat letters that you already used. I don't see any extra E's near PEEP. Can someone explain to me how this works? Thanks
if you spelled it backwards you could have peeped
My personal best 1215-I'm getting out while I can still see! Great fun!
hey gooner... imk here.
u made me get paro!!!
ur tooooo smart
another c 8 for 50
sometimes you have to put in a work more than once b4 babble takes it!!
sorry I meant, sometimes you have to put in a word more than once b4 babble takes it..
any k words?
Congratulations gooner on being
There are, at least, two k words.
thanks shame its not a word!!
Any true AFC fan will KNOW that GOONER is a real word!!! Im not impressed.
The babble master must be a spurs or man u supporter!!
thanks roberts1, i found 4
ok gooner. im off for today!! gonna eat some cake and read a book after i finsh watching star trek enterprise!!
I have found 5 K words
Will someone be kind enough to post stats so I know what I am looking for, please?
I only have one long word so far, f/7/40. May I please have clues for some of the others.
Hellllllloooooooo. Is anyone else playing now?
F 8/60 people who over fill. Based on
F5 /18 and F7/44.
C 8/50 people who sing/hum softly,
the "Rat Pack". Based on C5/14 and
C 8/50 staff with a crook or cross at
the end. Based on C 7/36.
L 8/60 breed of cattle commonly
associated with Texas. Big "rival" of
S 6/18 and S &/28.
G 7/32 foolish or scatterbrained.
Related to G 5/12 and G 6/24.
i 7/28 ones who flatten. Based on
i 4/4 and i 6/18.
L 7/28 Relaxes. Based on L 5/10 and
N 7/28 ones who use a certain knot.
Lovin' the five words based on the magnetic ferrous alone.
There is a reason that there are 305
today! Note that the softly singing
C group has five as well as does the
relaxed Ls and the footware Ss.
Unbelievable. Snoof is not accepted. My dog is a total snoofer!
anyone got a clue for the s764? I've about exhausted my brain
S7 a child's rocker with the seat built between two sides cut in the shape of an animal.
the s7/64 is also a song
"........don't bother me"
I've had that song stuck in my head ever since I made the word this morning.
I learned a new word in yesterday's puzzle: wendigo. And today I am reading a mystery and the people in the book are talking about a wendigo. What a coincidence.
What's the mystery book that you're reading?
How many Y words do you have?
I have y4/8 and y6/30
The book is: Hanging by a Thread by Monica Ferris. The heroine owns a needlecraft shop. You don't have to like or do needle work to like her books.
I've read two of her books, don't remember which ones, though. They were good!
can't believe how much I rely on the stats - my noodling fingers/brain just freezes after a while!
re: "sometimes you have to put in a work more than once b4 babble takes it!!" FYI I tried and tried and never got Babble to accept wendigo yesterday--aarrgghh!
I have 185 words, I'm striving for 200 but I don't know if I'll make it...
Gail, I recently read: Murder is a Girl's Best Friend, a Paige Turner mystery by Amanda Matetsky and Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die, a Blackbird Sisters Mystery by Nancy Martin. I enjoyed both of them.
Taht song must be AFTER my time. I still can't get it. :(
I'm reading some of the Jill Churchill series, right now I'm reading "Groom with a View." Just finished "Grime and Punishment." Good summer reading...
MammaJill, I can't find any Y words. May I please have hints for the ones you have found?
Wow. I found it through Google. Believe it or not, I know the song.
I have read some of Jill Churchill's books and liked them.
All I have is the Y6/30 - In or at an indicated place.
Both y's that I have start with the same 4 letters. Think what a cowboy would say instead of "over there", he would say "over ...."
I've been to two huge used book sales so far this summer, stocked up on lots of mysteries.
Cool, it took Oklahoma fans :)
Wow, Gail, that is great. I go to the free library a lot. They also sell books.
Have you read any of the culinary mysteries.
Found the Y6. And several other words. Thanks everyone for the hints.
FYI the "song" word is also a kind of pie
I just found two more Y words Y4/11 - a Middle English letter and the plural Y5/24.
Are you kidding? Mysteries and food - two of my favorite things!
Well, I learned another new word today: s/7/64. Maybe it will be in the next mystery I read :)
I found the S/7/64 using Dogpile instead of Google.
N7/36 - ones who persistantly pester, annoy or complain. I like this word.
Thanks Gail ... found those other y's
A good mystery, some ice cream, and Babble --- nothing better than this! [to bad we still have to live a 'real' life]
I ate all my ice cream! Now what am I going to do?
Don't forget dark chocolate, yummy!
Dark chocolate candy that is. And a tall glass of fresh lemonade.
Oh, I think I still have some of those Lindt Truffles that my daughter brought me a couple of weeks ago...
Periwinkle, have you read any of the No.1 Ladies Detective Agency books?
I tried reading the first book and did not like it.
amazing how many words you can make without using an 'a' or 't' !!
Oh, I enjoyed them, just got the fifth one in the series. They are different, that's for sure.
Oops, big storm coming, better shut this thing down.
Can't find the n/7/36 but did find the n/7 28
Found the n/7/36. No wonder I had trouble finding it. It is a variant spelling. Never saw it spelled this way.
Would someone please post clues for the c/8, l/8 and f/8 mentioned in the log? I cannot find them.
Oops, I already have the c/8/50.
that is how the N7 is spelled. This one means to bother or annoy. The one you are thinking of means to push gently :)
Well, then I learned another new word today.
Already had the L/8 and found the f/8. Are there anymore 8 letter words in this puzzle?
Mari and Peri. That N7 is of Jewish origin, but it has become Americanized. And right now, I'd give my kingdom for stats. Sigh
On second thought, who the heck would want a kingdom in New Jersey. LOL
Why is "goosed" acceptable but not "gooser"?
Summer, G7/32, see G5/12 but more so.
Does anyone who is currently playing know how to do stats, and would be willing to post them? It would be very much appciated :) Personally, I don't know how to do them, otherwise I would.
Thanks, Mary...got it
Random bit of trivia: This July 4th, our country will be 229 yo. Pretty nifty! Next year will be 230. Even better;)
Okay, here goes, I will try to do my best
That's the total. I will now type the number of lettered words and total in a few minutes.
That would be the USA, in case there are any international players online, wondering 'what the heck is she talking about?'.....hehe :)
HUGE Thanks to Mary!!!
Hope this is right, I double checked and it looks good.
Mary, thanks. You have just won my kingdom in New Jersey :)
You are all welcome, this is the first time I every did it, and thought that I would see the words so therefore I would have to disqualify myself. But lo and behold there were so many the only one that I remembered was one that I already had.
At this time I have only 3/8s F,L, and C any idea other ones
Mary, Thanks so much for the stats!
I have a total of 4. there are (2) C8/50
see clues 2:12 & 2:14 PM; both are plural. I have 164 words so far and I think I'm going to quit for the day, my head hurts.
Mary Thanks for all the stats and the other c I now have 4 8-letter words
F7/56 item on a barge coming down a river at night. Don't think it was mentioned before.
Especially a night with low visibility - great clue, Mary. Thanks for the stats!