Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 02/13/11

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LOWLAF  =  FALLOW,  ATHEER  =  HEATER,  WINDAR  =  INWARD,  ZURBEZ  =  BUZZER,  HUNGOE  =  ENOUGH,  CROSCH  =  SCORCH —   Giving us:  LWHTEIWEROHRH

Clue/Question:  The lazy reporter didn’t think deadlines were . . .

Answer:  WORTH HER WHILE

(This one – the answer – might be a little tough for some of you to get.  Or, at least to get the double meaning of “while”.  It can be used as a transitive verb, meaning “to spend time”, as in to while away the hours!  Of all the clue words I had the hardest time getting “enough”.  I guess I just can’t get enough! LOL!  Huh?  No?  OK well, the other words were all much easier for me to get, although they were all well scrambled.  As were the answer letters.  No more football, friends.  Hockey?  Basketball??  NASCAR???  Nah!  I might take in some Pro/Am Golf, though.  It’s fun watching  people like me, literally tearing up the fairways, and assaulting the gallery of spectators!  But first, it’s time for me to update my status.)   — YUR


4 Responses to “Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 02/13/11”


  1. 1 Max February 13, 2011 at 2:12 pm

    Good job using “HEATER” rather than “REHEAT. It took me three hours to change “REHEAT” to “HEATER”.

  2. 2 unclerave February 13, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    It helps that my first impression was “heather”. Realized there was only one “h”, and came up with “heater”.

    YUR

  3. 3 Keith February 13, 2011 at 8:20 pm

    Thanks for the help. It drove me crazy to get all 5 words on the Sunday Jumble, then spin my wheels on the solution. Heater did look like heather, and scorch seems like it would be spelled with ‘t’ in there.

    Golf is certainly more fun to watch with celebrities and anyone not named Tiger.

  4. 4 unclerave February 14, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    I gots no beef with the Tiger. He’s probably responsible for bringing the sport to a much broader audience than in the old days. And that’s a good thing. I just don’t like some of the faux reverence for the game. If the sport were SO hallowed the tournaments wouldn’t prostitute themselves to these corporate sponsors. Outside of a small handful of tournaments – The Masters, The U.S. Open, The British Open, The PGA Championship – they all have some corporate sponsor attached to their names. But then again, I have the same problem with stadiums.

    YUR


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