Jumble Answers for 04/02/2017

BOLLAG = GLOBAL

EVIDAC = ADVICE

THEKSC = SKETCH

PENLUG = PLUNGE

DINDHE = HIDDEN

TONCOT = COTTON

CARTOON ANSWER:

THE NEW UNDERSEA BAR WAS DOING WELL.  IT WAS SO CROWDED WITH FISH THAT IT WAS —

GLAIESKCPLEHDOTT = PACKED TO THE GILLS

Have a great Sunday and I’ll see you bright and early tomorrow morning!  Oh and if you’re interested, most cable providers are offering a free trial of the MLB Extra Innings package all week so be sure to tune in and catch your favorite teams.  😀⚾️

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10 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 04/02/2017

  1. I had to look up “packed to the gills” to make sure it was an expression. Not heard often. That made it a tough solve today. uclick has another Sunday jumble .

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    • Hi Clay. I agree. The usual term is “stuffed to the gills”. Caused me to pause also, but the letters formed packed, so….Have a great night. 🙋🏻

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      • Clay, PS…Now I’m thinking it referred to the bar being “packed”. Like , “wow, the place is packed”. Or “packed in like sardines”… They gave us a double whammy! 🙋🏻

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  2. Sketch was the word that tok me the longest to figure out. I had the cartoon answer first and backed into it. Gonzaga has made it to the NCAA Championship game. Go Bulldogs !!!

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  3. Hi! GLOBAL hardest word for me. After eating, I say, “I am stuffed to the gills.” Congrats Zags!! & now Go Again, Zags!!! and Go Red Sox, and I’m going back to bed for the day. Have a restful Sunday, and I’ll see you tomorrow!

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    • Yes, Lelia, I agree. I think everyone says, “stuffed to the gills”. But now I’m thinking, he was referring to the bar being “packed”. Hope you’re feeling better. Enjoy your evening. 🙋🏻

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  4. Good afternoon. Plunge was the hard word for me, I had engulph. I googled it and it took. After I get all the words I double check another source and it came up plunge. The cartoon answer for me was very easy. Had it almost immediately. Everybody stay well tomorrow’s another day.

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