Thread: Guess the word!
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Could it be bale? I have an eerie feeling I am wrong.
At least I hope so, that way someone else can have a chance...
So it is with great pleasure that I found a bright green spearmint hard candy under my bed and can award an Emerald Wooly Gem to Laurelindhe ilmarin with much fanfare and aplume’I think the latter is used to brush the flys away, though they can't get through all the fuzz, so I don't think it is worth the bother.
What word means: "hard to handle; inconvenient to use; unweildly"
What word means: "one who bites a little at a time"
What word means: " a fastening for a door or a gate, especially one capable from being worked from either side by means of a lever and consisting of a bar that falls into a knotch in a piece attached to the door jamb or gatepost."
Slurp, jewelssssssss ... I will curl around my gem like a dragon on his treasure. Beware you all! Don't come any closer or you'll go or
What word means "to see distinctly; to separate from surrounding objects; to perceive by the eye"
btw i like pie
And I like pies too!
What word means: "to bend the body donward and forward; to bend or lean forward or in a crouch"
What word means: "to rove or wander over in a stealthy manner in search of prey"
What word means: " a ditch or deep trench round the rampart of a fortified place, sometimes filled with water."
What word means, "any of the series of rings or loops making up a chain or chain armor"
What word means: "to find fault with constantly; to scold continuously; to be continually pestering with complaints or faultfinding?"
What word means: "to journey from one place to another"
What word means: "an interruption of continuity; blank space; hiatus; lacuna"
What word means: "to mend (cloth, etc.) or repair (a hole or tear in cloth) by sewing a network of stitches across the gap"
What word means: "to leaf rapidly through (a book , etc.), as by letting the edges or corners of the pages slip lightly across the thumb." also " to shuffle (playing cards) by holding part of the deck in each hand, raising the corners or edges slightly, and letting the cards fall alternately together."