Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 06/23/13

English: Tears for Fears: Roland Orzabal (left...

English: Tears for Fears: Roland Orzabal (left) and Curt Smith (right) performing at the „Nokia Night of the Proms“ in Hanover, Germany, 2008 Deutsch: Tears for Fears: Roland Orzabal (links) und Curt Smith (rechts) bei einem Auftritt während der „Nokia Night of the Proms“ in Hannover, 2008 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Visual Description:  A Tears for Fears song???

SANVIH  =  VANISH,  HERRAD  =  HARDER,  GEGNEA  =  ENGAGE,  GRECLY  =  CLERGY,  ROMLAT  =  MORTAL,  SOMUTT  =  UTMOST   —   Giving us:  VHHDEEEEROALS

Clue/Question:  When it came to the new pair of shoes, she was . . .

Answer:  HEAD OVER HEELS

Shoe Fetish

Shoe Fetish (Photo credit: jurvetson)

(All tried and true clue words today.  But, there were some very interesting jumblings.  My favorites were “harder” and especially “engage”.  “Utmost” was pretty good, too.  I really enjoyed the answer letter layout though.  Well thought out and challenging.  I like Jeff’s department store.  Especially the mannequin in the background holding the umbrella.  That could become a new – indoor – staple!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR


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