Call me a grump, but I wish they'd stick to modern English. These old english words and variations kill me.
t6/30 A woman's small, brimless, close-fitting hats
yet another S6/27 -- a total of 3 at the moment
why isn't saltate accepted?? *sulk*
afro is not accepted??
may i have clues for all three of the s6/27?
1. plural for a young pig
2. plural for a slow-moving animal that hangs upside down from tree branches by its claws; also, laziness
3. easily molded, cut or worked; flabby or out-of-shape; smooth or fine to the touch
Ah! You're beautiful! Thanks, tedybeth!:-)
theresa 4th S6/27 meaning "A large school of fish or other marine animals"
marigold, are you playing, I am getting a late start.
A clue for the L6/27?
L6/27 (pl) for a machine which cuts wood as it spins
i got impatient, took these off of the solver. Hopefully others will find 'em helpful!
sa – 10
sc – 7
se – 5
sh – 16
si – 2
sL – 5
sn – 1
so – 12
st – 11
annette, are you out there?
I just got here. I vacuumed half a room first. LOL
hello there, just got back.had to feed the kids. hire someone! i
Looking at this house, the term might be bribe not hire.