Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. Joined
    08 Dec '03
    Moves
    3140
    02 Jul '04 01:53
    Each item defined below can be spelled from the letters contained in the word SCRAPBOOK. You may use a letter in any formed word onyl as many times as it ocurs in SCRAPBOOK. Ten correct is passing: 15 or more right, excellent!

    1) Small stocking
    2) Playground
    3) Thief
    4) Shellfish
    5) Wild pig
    6) Chef
    7) Tree
    8) Ghost
    9) Snake
    10) Another snake
    11) Still another snake
    12) Policeman
    13) Boulder
    14) Bag
    15) Stream
    16) Country bumpkin
    17) Shovel
    18) Crowlike bird
    19) Automobile
    20) Barrel

    -Ray.
  2. Standard memberNemesio
    Ursulakantor
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Joined
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    Moves
    32455
    02 Jul '04 05:321 edit
    I think I got 19/20. Totally stuck on 16.
    1) Small stocking=sock
    2) Playground=park
    3) Thief=crook
    4) Shellfish=carp
    5) Wild pig=boar
    6) Chef=cook
    7) Tree=oak
    8) Ghost=spook
    9) Snake=asp
    10) Another snake=boa
    11) Still another snake=cobra
    12) Policeman=cop
    13) Boulder=rock
    14) Bag=sack
    15) Stream=brook
    16) Country bumpkin=cob?
    17) Shovel=scoop
    18) Crowlike bird=rook
    19) Automobile=car
    20) Barrel=cask
  3. Standard memberkingofthe303
    Wormtongue
    Edoras
    Joined
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    Moves
    30830
    02 Jul '04 11:56
    Number 4 is incorrect!! 🙂
  4. in complete
    Joined
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    23852
    02 Jul '04 12:26
    Originally posted by kingofthe303
    Number 4 is incorrect!! 🙂
    Should be 'Crab'!
  5. Standard memberNemesio
    Ursulakantor
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Joined
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    02 Jul '04 15:22
    I was thinking "cray."

    😲

    Crab of course.
  6. Donationbbarr
    Chief Justice
    Center of Contention
    Joined
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    03 Jul '04 01:03
    Originally posted by nemesio
    I think I got 19/20. Totally stuck on 16.
    Is 16 "boor"?
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