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Can't think of clever name 🌊 20h
Now I don't have to spend the next 4 hours entering random 4 letter combos
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Andy Lee Aug 5
It offends me on multiple levels that ALEE is not an accepted word in the NYT puzzle.
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Michael Idov Aug 4
A 70-plus-word ? in this economy?
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Sharon K Aug 4
241 pts and 62 words later, still no pangram. Lol I like the longer puzzles though
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Oxford Comma Fan Aug 4
I got the pangram today but to be honest, I really thought I was making up a word.
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Can't think of clever name 🌊 Aug 3
I don't think there's a pangram today. I'm going back to bed.
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Oxford Comma Fan Aug 5
I think it takes some CHUTZPAH for not to accept MAZEL today. Especially when I could really use some to finish today’s
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One Chicklette Aug 4
73 words is a ton
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Arianna Halshaw Aug 4
Just peeked at the total word count for today’s I genuinely don’t know if there are enough hours in the day for this one 😱
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Alicia E. Stallings Aug 5
(What is wrong with Ebola, ?)
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Can't think of clever name 🌊 Aug 1
QB every day in August
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One Chicklette 24h
I am at 48 hard fought words 😫
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juliehoshorose Aug 5
My second day of playing . ⁦⁩ still don’t know how to find out how many words there are!
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dave Aug 3
Metonymy not in the word list, ? Why do I bother?
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Ananda Cohen-Aponte Aug 4
How is carioca a word but not farofa?!
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Can't think of clever name 🌊 20h
So close... I need a 5 and a 4. Why are the short ones hard? I can find 10 letter words all day
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Can't think of clever name 🌊 3h
Come on, I NEED 11 points
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R.L. Ripples 22h
ZOOMABLE It should be an accepted word.
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Nancy Pfeffer 16h
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Sarah Smith Aug 5
As we are currently living in the hell of 2020, I feel strongly that this is a word
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