Scrambled Words

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  1. dweiss17

    dweiss17 Registered User
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    Monday through Friday when I go out for breakfast (I have to see a human face) I always buy the Philadelphia Inquirer to read as I have my morning meal. On the TV page listings they feature some puzzles among which is one…that has four words, the letters of each word are mismashed together in a jumble of letters. You are supposed to unscramble the letters to that word.

    I usually unscramble all the words to form the needed word. Yesterday’s puzzle contained these four words SHUIS BANGE SLVIEW CINTDI…I deciphered three of the words, the fourth bothered me, I could not make sense of the scrambled letters. This morning going into the bathroom and sitting down that unscrambled word came to me. Making me wonder, “How stupid can I be in not putting SLVIEW together in forming a word we use, (especially) as an implement used in the horologic sense.”
     
  2. doug sinclair

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    I GET XXXXX XXXXX SWIVEL INDICT! What'd you get? My interpretation makes no sense!
     
  3. dweiss17

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    The last two words unscrambled are SUSHI and BEGAN.

    Maybe we an start a word unscramble thread here.
     
  4. dweiss17

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    Try to unscramble the following four words: It is a good mind exercise...it helps keep the blood flow.

    borha...ungoy...ceymar...trearh...
     
  5. Richard T.

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    abhor...........young...........creamy............rather
     
  6. dweiss17

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    the above too easy...try these Scrambled Words:

    sireeglivp...hutsog...irvereec...tlmceenap
     

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