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Re your SUSURRUS: Sorry; my seven-letter-word word's unusual, but not _that_ unusual!

And your word is PLENIPOTENT.

Perhaps we can find one with CLEANER INTENT ?
 
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CLEANER INTENT

Sometimes I feel 100 years old, but don't want to live to celebrate my tercentennial!

The poorly freshman has a
GUARDED NATURE.
 
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("Tercentennial" was my three-hundredth anagram here since I started counting them.)

Your poorly freshmen are UNDERGRADUATEs.
How many of them do you suppose
R SPOOFERS in disguise?
 
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One would think that a professor would profess rather than spoof.

Some university biologists plan to study the food chains involving N.Z. SAND LIFE


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If you're planning to work with ZINFANDELS, I'd suggest a STONE IGLOO.
 
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(I doubt I would have gotten this if it wasn't related.)

What are the odds that a qualified oenologist would be available. Probably about the same as that for the nut connoisseur who PANS THE PECAN.


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"Once is HAPPENSTANCE," said Drax...

"NICE, NICE COD," said the fisherman.
 
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NICE, NICE COD

coincidence

At the same time, the fisherman's wife found an

APRON of LILACS.
 
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LILAC APRONS --> rapscallion (C'mon, smack them veggies!)

Is the nude beach full of MULTI-TANNERS ?
 
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The nude beach is full of tanners listening to Beethoven!

instrumental

The TV is ready to

CUE the HERO...BUM?
 
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CUEBUMHERO is embouchure, said the one-time oboist...

We had APRON of LILACS up above - how about some nice
LILAC BRINE ?
 
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lilac brine

brilliance!!!

How many of you can make pigtails?
BRAID POLL - 2 words- clean up!
 
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SOS, we need a Brillo Pad?

Those wear on me. Time to get myself a GRIEF PINT


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GRIEF PINT

fingertip

I'm bitter that the GUANO ARTS fund gets govt $$.
 
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SCAN A MYTH (as Myth can) and you might find CHANTY SAM singing about the Argonauts...but, wait. If you are bitter than you really must be angostura.

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CHANTY SAM

yachtsman!

Do you know that CAVE in CONN, YES?
 
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CONVEYANCES

Is there a better example of drive-through morality than
MAC-ETHICS ?
 
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There are two words here, but I'm going with

CATECHISM!
 
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Forgive me for not being "up" on fashion.

I carry a LOUIS BATON purse. Smile
 
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AB-SOLUTION - Sit-ups are the answer to better muscle tone!

"Hey you! Yeah, you! Hurry up and gimme an anagram of PRECIPITATE," he stormed.
 
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PRECIPITATE

How's about peripatetic?

We hiked all night, until we found our

RESULT: DAWN Smile
 
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WANDERLUST

Have you ever met A TIGER IN PERSON ?
 
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A Tiger in Person... well, no!

peregrinations

I did travel, however, and developed

NOMADIC SCOTAMA
 
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NOMADIC SCOTAMA

accommodations

A CAT CART went over the waterfall
 
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Fortunately for any riders, it was just a cataract

If you are riddled with tumors, aside from chopping things out, is there anything BEYOND CHEMO?


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HONEYCOMBED

Give me back my motorcycle wheel! Don't be
AN AXLE HOG.
 
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AN AXLE HOG

hexagonal

Don't believe the CLIMATE by Al GORE!
 
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geometrical

This figures to be an INTEGRAL part of the present thread.
 
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Don't get involved in a Lover's TRIANGLE...

Hillary suffers from

POLL AGONY Smile
 
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polygonal

If you are going to get political, DO LUBE US first. (hyphenated)


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BLUES DUO?? I'm not sure...
 
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One would probably have to be lettered, like our President, to get it. Smile


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Well it's DOUBLE-U + S -- though it could just as well be "UU", read "double-you," meaning George "W" -- but these don't exactly match your letters. Is this some variation of what you had in mind?
 
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I could be wrong, but I thought the correct way to spell out the letter 'W' was "double-u", and if you had more than one of them it would be "double-us". I made it plural because I was just trying to get it to eight letters & could use the 's' (probably a mistake Smile ). Anyway, whether I was correct or not, Hab got it, so it is his turn.


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I swore off chocolate for Lent - and I really

MISS MOCHA!

Oh - and go back two weeks almost - what was the second word in "MAC-ETHICS" ?
 
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Swearing off chocolate for Lent! That's what my students do... !!

MISSMOCHA

masochism

Was schematic the answer for MAC-ETHICS?
 
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Dressing like MJ is

FOR POSERS!
 
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Funny how it often works out that if a professor is for it, then a confessor is against it.

ONCE CONS GET involved, who knows?


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Hint: a professor usually qualifies as one of these.


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Never would have gotten it without your hint! Smile

The professor is one of the COGNOSCENTE.

But does that mean he IRONS OUNCES ?
 
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IRONS OUNCES

connoisseur

The bartender loves
DICING MARTINIS for one and all!
 
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..especially those with discriminating taste!

My computer support team are the most
TALENTED I.T. folks you'll find.

And speaking of connoisseur, there are lots of accomplished women - why don't we hear of a "connoisseuse" ever?
 
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Your team must have a dilettante. (I love it when I think of the answer in my sleep.)

Watch out for the Slim Jim thief--he NABS RAWHIDE


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Brainwashed !

How do you differentiate a STAINED TIGER from the ordinary kind?
 
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One you just shot with your paintball gun. Once you get eaten, the distinction tends to disintegrate.

If tigers are too adventurous, you may wish to BAG CALMER game.


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BAG CALMER

cablegram!
 
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You must quickly decide at the

APT OPIUM SHOP...above water! Smile
 
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HIPPOPOTAMUS !

We don't see too many of them south of the BORDER, THOUGH
 
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BORDER, THOUGH

thoroughbred
 
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Going to the Kentucky Derby?... you need a

BASIC SUITE - proper noun
 
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