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Re: Descramble

#141 Postby animist » June 15th, 2017, 11:23 am

Latest post of the previous page:

animist wrote:when the game is enjoyably over
Ida, a Hove sinning dog
3,3,1,4,7
the game could be a ball game in which the defending party lasted well, or it could be a game of life which has been pretty long and satisfactory

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Re: Descramble

#142 Postby Tetenterre » June 15th, 2017, 11:34 am

Time for a clue, perhaps? :wink:
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Re: Descramble

#143 Postby animist » June 15th, 2017, 11:54 am

Tetenterre wrote:Time for a clue, perhaps? :wink:
I just gave you clue!!! :smile: Maybe focus on the "defensive" aspect of the previous post; the game is English but with a very popular US near-equivalent (which I think claims to be older than the English one)

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Re: Descramble

#144 Postby Tetenterre » June 15th, 2017, 5:29 pm

animist wrote:
Tetenterre wrote:Time for a clue, perhaps? :wink:
I just gave you clue!!! :smile:
Cross-post; didn't see it. ( posted after spending quarter of an hour not getting it) :smile:
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Re: Descramble

#145 Postby animist » June 15th, 2017, 9:37 pm

Tetenterre wrote:
animist wrote:
Tetenterre wrote:Time for a clue, perhaps? :wink:
I just gave you clue!!! :smile:
Cross-post; didn't /see it. ( posted after spending quarter of an hour not getting it) :smile:
are you batty, or am I? If me, maybe I need an outing
:D

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Re: Descramble

#146 Postby Tetenterre » June 16th, 2017, 5:01 am

animist wrote: maybe I need an outing
:D
Nah, it's not cool to out people....
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Re: Descramble

#147 Postby animist » June 16th, 2017, 8:54 am

I have a wicket sense of humour. The clues are falling thick and fast here at TH!

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Re: Descramble

#148 Postby Tetenterre » June 16th, 2017, 11:29 am

Hah!

I've had a good innings. Blimey, I shouldn't have found it that difficult. :laughter:

Could be a tad tricky:

ICC skew kitty (6, 6)
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Re: Descramble

#149 Postby animist » June 17th, 2017, 10:33 am

Tetenterre wrote:Hah!

I've had a good innings. Blimey, I shouldn't have found it that difficult. :laughter:

Could be a tad tricky:

ICC skew kitty (6, 6)

"Could be a tad tricky" - is that a clue or a comment? And I do hope that you've had a good innings and will continue to do so :smile:

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Re: Descramble

#150 Postby Maria Mac » June 18th, 2017, 8:54 pm

Well done for getting that last one, Tet. It had me totally stumped.
Tetenterre wrote:Could be a tad tricky:

ICC skew kitty (6, 6)

Sticky wicket.

You can make the next move.

it heroically burns out 3,4,2,2,4,5

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Re: Descramble

#151 Postby animist » June 18th, 2017, 10:37 pm

Athena wrote:You can make the next move.

it heroically burns out 3,4,2,2,4,5
the ball is in your court (my 26-year-old daughter got this in a minute or so!)

Honey, I'm home!
to thy fate, hen - dead!
2,3,3,2,3,3

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Re: Descramble

#152 Postby Maria Mac » June 18th, 2017, 11:56 pm

At the end of the day


...don't do this or you'll be tired tomorrow

hot bum nil dithering 4,3,8,3

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Re: Descramble

#153 Postby Tetenterre » June 19th, 2017, 9:48 am

Well done for getting that last one, Tet. It had me totally stumped.
Ta; the storm of cricket puns eventually penetrated ...


Burn the midnight oil

An alternative to midnight oil

and bends the col (6, 4, 4)
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Re: Descramble

#154 Postby animist » June 19th, 2017, 3:29 pm

Tetenterre wrote:
An alternative to midnight oil

and bends the col (6, 4, 4)
candle both ends

An unwanted present
4,4,3,3,7,2
Down to earth, had lick at egg

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Re: Descramble

#155 Postby Maria Mac » June 19th, 2017, 6:19 pm

Look what the cat dragged in.

Prying can be fatal

a celt trickily hides out
9,6,3,3

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Re: Descramble

#156 Postby animist » June 20th, 2017, 1:14 am

Athena wrote:a celt trickily hides out[/b] 9,6,3,3
curiosity killed the cat

a potentially nice and easy meal which might tempt the cat?
7,4
dug tin stick

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Re: Descramble

#157 Postby Tetenterre » June 20th, 2017, 1:37 pm

animist wrote:a potentially nice and easy meal which might tempt the cat?
7,4
dug tin stick
All I can get out of that is "ducking tits", which doesn't really fit the clue, so I assume it's wrong.
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Re: Descramble

#158 Postby Tetenterre » June 20th, 2017, 1:44 pm

Hah! and as I posted that, I suddenly saw "sitting duck".

Briefly famous.

High-lined luminscent
(4,2,3,9)
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Re: Descramble

#159 Postby animist » June 21st, 2017, 8:08 am

Tetenterre wrote:Hah! and as I posted that, I suddenly saw "sitting duck".

Briefly famous.

High-lined luminscent
(4,2,3,9)
I preferred your first attempt :D . Can I just query the anagram? I assume you mean "luminescent", which has 11 letters, making the total number of letters 20 - correct?

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Re: Descramble

#160 Postby Tetenterre » June 21st, 2017, 9:24 am

animist wrote:
Tetenterre wrote:Hah! and as I posted that, I suddenly saw "sitting duck".

Briefly famous.

High-lined luminscent
(4,2,3,9)
I preferred your first attempt :D . Can I just query the anagram? I assume you mean "luminescent", which has 11 letters, making the total number of letters 20 - correct?


Damn, I seem to have messed that up. In more ways than one. Sorry about that. Let's try again (fingers crossed!):

He is briefly famous.


High-lined luminescent (6,2,5,9)
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Re: Descramble

#161 Postby animist » June 22nd, 2017, 11:15 am

Tetenterre wrote:
animist wrote:
Tetenterre wrote:Hah! and as I posted that, I suddenly saw "sitting duck".

Briefly famous.

High-lined luminscent
(4,2,3,9)
I preferred your first attempt :D . Can I just query the anagram? I assume you mean "luminescent", which has 11 letters, making the total number of letters 20 - correct?


Damn, I seem to have messed that up. In more ways than one. Sorry about that. Let's try again (fingers crossed!):

He is briefly famous.


High-lined luminescent (6,2,5,9)
thanks, TT, but you are now two letters short on the anagram :exit:


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