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Alicia E. Stallings Sep 18
What is wrong with "nutting," ?
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Arianna Halshaw 12h
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Aruna D'Souza Sep 6
YOU CAN’T TELL ME NATTILY IS NOT A WORD.
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Alicia E. Stallings Sep 14
I may have to throw in the towel with today. Though I must say I am sad that "bogball" isn't a real game. It should be!
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Arianna Halshaw 5h
I’ve gotten so distracted by the amazing taxes article that I completely forgot I’m still one word short on 🤦🏼‍♀️🤪
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Alison Gaylin Sep 14
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Ellen Clair Lamb Sep 5
No DIMITY, no MIDDY in today’s . Big gap in clothing-related vocabulary.
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Arianna Halshaw 9h
Another shameful omission from 🤣
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David Rhoden Aug 22
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rebekah clare Sep 26
Anyone know why today’s will get you Queen Bee at 39 answers/256 points when there are 62 actual answers/368 possible points?
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Judith Shulevitz Sep 12
. Mitotic is too obscure? I must have wasted a year of high school biology.
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Doug Edwards Sep 8
I suspect has never been to Japan, since he’s disallowed nori, mirin, and ronin. Could someone please show him a film?
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Harriet Brown 9h
I'm sorry but babydoll is certainly a word 🐝🐝🐝
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Rice University News May 1
"Now a freshman at , Grace Walters is putting her love of language to a new use, pursuing a degree, while continuing to coach would-be champs." profiles of one of our most spelling-savvy Owls:
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resister Sep 7
How is tubal not a word?
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Paisley Rekdal Sep 6
Playing makes me wonder how many pointless, repetitive tasks I undertake merely for algorithm-generated praise? And asking this question on Twitter is, I realize, the answer.
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David Rhoden Aug 22
Today's unacceptable word (a pangram): BYTECODE
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John Corlett Sep 3
I can't cope with this this morning
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Sarah Lyall Sep 24
Hello, ! I have finally come to grips with the weirdness of having CLOACA in my life. But if that is an acceptable word, what is wrong with CLOACAL?
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kittyb Sep 24
Am I only one that comes back to and after an earlier slightly frustrated visit ‘sees’ the pangram right away? I find this so fascinating. What is it about our brains?
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