R THERE ANY START TREK FANS OUT THERE?? IF SO h8/80 THE DOCTOR FROM VOYAGER IS ONE OF THESE!!
OR THE DICTIONARY GAVE ME THIS:
the original specimen from which the description of a new species is made
thanks! - and that h8/80 can also be used as a base word for a h9/114
COOL! HOW MANY WORDS R THERE 2DAY?
that Qu isnt usable is it?
I'm pretty bad at this game - I've got 92, so far (so you could probably double that!)
today could be the day u complete the grid!!! good luck!! : )
T9/90 If you live in one of these you could be called a T6/27
T9/90 A residence in a city or
A row house, especially a fashionable one.
W5/22 what i will shout if I complete the grid.
Used to express exuberance
ha - yeah, if only I could find that t9/90... (and yes, I'm pretty sure the qu is useless. Mind you, I've found a couple of duds that DO score, so you never know)
Start at the bottom right and finish at top left!
T4/7 + H5/16 = T9/90
roberts1, may I please have a clue for your w/7 and w/8?
It is a compound word meaning
1. erosion or 2. total failure
thanks, I will keep looking
found the w/7 and 8. thanks roberts1.
I have found 183 words with no Q words anyone find any?
wilson...i got one more than you did...hope you come back on!!
Anytime I break 900 is a good day!
L/7/40 and c/7/48 -may I please have clues for these, please?
testing123, is there another clue for L/7/40. I can't find it using "chains". I can only think of links or limits and neither one fits.
May I have a clue for the w/7/40, also?
L7/40 is the plural of L5/16. Can't
help you on the W7/40 because I
don't know it either.
W7/40 is a plural of W6/27 -- type of clothing
Stil looking for the L7 myself
Just found the L/5/16 and the L/7/40 before I saw any more hints.
MammaJill, for the L/5 and L/7. Think of what you would use to walk a dog.
Found the w/7 too.
got it, thanks! :)
Still looking for the c/7/48.
The fluid component of cytoplasm, excluding organelles and the insoluble, usually suspended, cytoplasmic components.
found the c/7 with the help of Wordox.
I am missing a C word. I have c/4/9 and c/7/48. Can anyone help me?
I am missing an N word, too. I have n/4/6, n/5/16 and n/5/22. Help, please.
peri: c6/24 a dulcimer, kind of instrument
Y/4/9 and Y/4/10. What am I missing?
tedybeth, found it. New word for me.
found the N I was missing.
peri: n4/4 - inner room/sanctuary of Greek or Roman templle where statue of god is located
I am using my daughter's laptop and keep hitting the wrong keys!!! I have the same 2 'y'' words, Perri
Hi Gail ! this laptop is not set up the best for me to use -- think I'll go back to the TV until Gabi wakes up ---!
Okay. I talked to your Mom this morning for a while.
The last Y is another y/4/10. It is similar to the other y/4/10 except for the last letter which is a vowel.
Hehe, Pylea is in the puzzle. Its an 'Angel' reference.
anyone else still playing?
marigold are you here?
I'm still here -- but fading fast!
I'm stuck at 96/4.68/1522
tsk. I never seem to be able to get more than half. DANG IT.
Ai, very scottish! L7/60 - L5/20 combo. Only one letter different from its british counterpart.
Could I have another clue for the Scottish l/7/60 please?
Anyone playing still?
Clue for the Scottish word?
no translation - take the german word for light and add ly!
dunderpuss - Thank You so much, I figured it out :)