Jumble Spoiler – 06/10/19

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Visual Description:  Miss Violet Beauregarde, from Montana, I presume.

SUHEO  =  HOUSE,  SCURH  =  CRUSH,  DENTON  =  TENDON,  DOWENO  =  WOODEN   —   Giving us:  HUECRHTEOWDE

Clue/Question:  The teacher caught the girl with bubble gum in class and – – –

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Answer:  CHEWED HER OUT

(A subtle send-up to “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”!  Even though the movie came out twenty years before she was born, this is my daughter’s favorite movie.  At least from her childhood.  She can recite a number of lines from the movie.  I believe we still have a copy of it, probably on VHS!  Fortunately, we still have a working VHS player, too.

I wood‘ve sworn that all of today’s clue words were old favorites.  But, “wooden” was nowhere to be found on the ralis95 clue word database!  Maybe, our friend David can check his list to tell us if it just slipped through the cracks somehow.  After today, I’m sure it will be added to the world famous ralis95 clue word database!  We’ve definitely seen the jumbles “suheo” and “scurh” sometime before.  But the other two came up as new.  The answer letter layout was a crackling twelve letter jumble.  Definitely not obvious, but the answer itself took little rumination.

Great elementary school classroom scene cartoon.  It looks like teach is going to make Violet spit it out.  I hope she already chewed the flavor out of it.  It’s a shame to waste good gum!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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3 Responses to “Jumble Spoiler – 06/10/19”


  1. 1 David June 10, 2019 at 2:46 pm

    WOODEN was not on my list of challenging Jumble words either.

    I did think while doing the puzzle today, “Hmm, I believe WOODEN’s another new word from DLH,” but I unscrambled it right away, so it didn’t make my list today either. My list is less comprehensive than ralis95’s; mine just includes the words that have given me trouble at least once, typically because the letters are all common, or because something about the sequence is unusual and hard for me to see, like CANOLA and RAISIN last week.

    I practice unscrambling different parts of my now-1050-word list from time-to-time hoping to be able to see the tough words right away next time. Doesn’t always work but usually does even though the scrambled sequence is different. If I go too long without practicing, I start missing more words already on my list and know I need to get back to reviewing it.

  2. 2 roy odom jr June 10, 2019 at 6:17 pm

    WOODEN you know it, UR, I had to blink at the fourth word! Great addition to the Jumble vocabulary.

  3. 3 Ken M June 10, 2019 at 10:25 pm

    The children were all present in the old WOODEN School HOUSE for their Monday lessons.
    Violets’ friend, Hercules, tore the TENDON connecting his Achilles Heal in the L Foot
    playing soccer at recess! She was sooo sad she chewed on a big wad of Bubble Gum to ease her nerves^^£
    Her teacher did not go with this therapy and made her spit out the gum & CHEWED HER OUT, how Rude….!!!***^^^??

    Life goes on and years later Hercules was the Star☆☆☆ in the World Cup Final!!!***$$
    @kickitbabehard

    Byyyyy……..


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