Here's your good night bonus game:
Answer each clue below with a pair of rhyming words. The numbers that follow each clue indicate how many letters are in each word. For example, “key to the poem’s secret message” would be “ode code.”
1. Key to the poem’s secret message (3, 4) ___________ ___________
2. Long-lasting winter ailment (3, 4) _________ ___________
3. Stolen Ship (3, 5) ____________ ___________
4. Prime fishing spot feature (4, 4) ________ __________
5. Dangerous place for a stroll (4, 4) ______________ ______________
6. Hardware store promo(4, 4) __________ ____________
7. Scabbard hanger (5, 4) ___________ ____________
8. Little heist (5, 4) ____________ __________
9. Missing color (5, 4) __________ ____________
10. The fish always bite it (5, 4 or 4, 4) __________ ____________
11. Gymnastic group (4, 4) __________ ____________
12. Slugger’s fast bat (5, 5) __________ ____________
13. Short poem (5, 5) __________ ____________
14. Disappointing dessert (4, 6) __________ ____________
15. Some teen swimmers practice here (6, 4) __________ ____________
13. terse verse
Thanks for sharing the word games, Jacqueline. I'm enjoying the challenge!
Hmmm. How long should we wait before continuing? There's a couple I haven't figured out yet and I'm eager to see someone post the answers. So here's my next contribution ...
#8 - small haul.
Has anyone else found themselves thinking of more to add to the list? When we've worked through Jacqueline's 15, we should post another list.
I never would have thought of that, Rob. Is there a hardware store in your part of the world using a tool fool in their ads? I was struggling with that one.
#3 - Hot Yacht.
That's good ...but I had another in mind!
This is addictive. I should stay away from this thread ...
Don't stay away; I'm just getting "warmed up." It's cold outside and I just love sharing the fun with others!!!
lol. I have other answers but lots of people probably haven't had time to see the thread yet. Hopefully a few more folk will jump in.
It is 1 in the morning my local time. I'll come back tomorrow some time and see if there's any more answers posted.
There's a couple I just can't solve. Nice to set the brain a challenge, though. Thanks for posting this thread.
lol. Came back for a quick check before going out for the day.
#11 - beam team
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