Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 03/03/13

Patient in ECMO

Patient in ECMO (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Visual Description:  Sad sack in-patient, looking for just a little rest!

ROTTHA  =  THROAT,  TENNIY  =  NINETY,  YEGRES  =  GEYSER,  MIFRLY  =  FIRMLY,  REVFIY  =  VERIFY,  RATNOY  =  NOTARY   —   Giving us:  TTNTESEMLERINTA

Clue/Question:  The patient in the busy hospital room longed for the . . .

Answer:  SILENT TREATMENT

English: Geysir Andernach in Andernach, the wo...

English: Geysir Andernach in Andernach, the world highest cold-water geyser Deutsch: Der Geysir Andernach in Andernach, der höchste Kaltwassergeysir der Welt (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Very nice Sunday Jumble!  Great jumbling of the clue words.  I thought that “ninety”, “geyser” and “notary” were nicely challenging.  And, I always have a little trouble getting “ninety”.  I didn’t need to back into any of the words, but they weren’t a cinch!  It’s looking like both “firmly” and “notary” are going to be new additions to the ralis95 clue word database.  I thought the answer letter layout gave nothing away.  Don’t know if alpha order would have helped, because that’s not my thing.  Nor is all the consonants then all the vowels, or vice versa.  Just write ’em as I see ’em!  Great cartoon!  Take care, friends.  Be well and do good.)   —   YUR

PS.  Did you guys know that there are cold water geysers out there?  I didn’t, until fairly recently.  Learned it on a travel blog.   —   YUR


2 Responses to “Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 03/03/13”


  1. 1 WIMPY March 3, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    UNC- Couldn’t get final answer. Got clue words with ease except geyser. But final answer KILLED me. I had to turn to my favorite uncle. Thanks Enjoy your Sunday. Go Yanks. Wimpy

  2. 2 LindaLee March 5, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    OH MY WORD!!! Took me two days to get throat. And the only word that just came to me when I looked at it was firmly. I was very grateful for that. The rest of of the words took time and several pages of playing around with letters. I did get the puzzle, it came much quicker than the individual words. Was trying to use silence to solve the puzzle–granted there is no C in there. Then came silent and the rest of the jumble. Great jumble! I’m just glad I figured it out before this coming Sunday!


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