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Old 05-02-2017, 12:55 AM
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Also, GLAMPS.
I like the words, though I may look a couple of them up. (thinking noobs is like newbie, but sooner or later I'll just have to look)

Thanks, Enjoy!
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Most of them are internet-era slang. (Yeah, noob = newbie.)

GLAMPS
HANGRY
BOGART
RETWEET
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Old 05-02-2017, 06:22 PM
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Came across this word: PREDYING

If you are guessing, like I did
What's your first guess?
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Old 05-03-2017, 01:00 AM
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"Jack's predying thought was 'I wonder what happens if I press this button'"
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Late last night I played STUPENDOUS for a new best word record and 9 points. I noticed the suffix ious so I tried STUPENDIOUS. 20 points!

Lol that was a STUPENDIOUS rise in point value. I love the quirky words in this game.
(Btw it's an obsolete spelling of stupendous.)

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Most of them are internet-era slang. (Yeah, noob = newbie.)

GLAMPS
HANGRY
BOGART
RETWEET
Thank you for the links. GLAMPS is a new one and fun.. Saw right away the add-on possibilities. Can't wait to us the new z word: noobz, Who woulda thought
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"Jack's predying thought was 'I wonder what happens if I press this button'"
LOL! You went in the same direction I did seeing that freaky word.
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Old 05-03-2017, 11:18 PM
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Late last night I played STUPENDOUS for a new best word record and 9 points. I noticed the suffix ious so I tried STUPENDIOUS. 20 points!

Lol that was a STUPENDIOUS rise in point value. I love the quirky words in this game.
(Btw it's an obsolete spelling of stupendous.)
Great word and points, esp.thinking under pressure. The quirky one always make me smile, and like the game a little more.
Stupendious!
Thanks and enjoy!
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Apparently VALIUM is no longer just a brand name for diazepam, it's also an English word... according to the Wordtwist dictionary, at least!
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Old 05-04-2017, 02:14 PM
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I regularly see multi, just can't do anything with it.
So I was happy, happy to find multitudes even if I didn't get a Big Word.

Then, I stalled on the board and for kicks and giggles put the "over" in front of it.

It worked! Hot dog! Got a new longest word too...
OVERMULTITUDES 14 lts, 26 pts

A lot of ya’ll might have known, but it was a fun “new” word for me.

(lalatan, Hope you find more like your stupendious, too)

Good games everyone!
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