Jumble Answers for 07/24/2019











Happy Wednesday, Jumble fans! I’ll keep it short and sweet this morning because I’ve got a few projects that I need to finish up. I guess you could say that my day has been mapped out for me! All of our clue words have been used before, so no new discoveries on that front. Both of the 6-letter anagrams are coming up as new though. PEWTS was used before in a puzzle way back on 10/3/12, and OZAKO was jumbled the same way we saw it today on 9/3/18. You might think that since it was only ten months ago since we last saw KAZOO that it would be the freshest, but DOLLAR earned the prize with a gameplay date of 12/18/18. SWEPT cleaned up the floor with all of them with a respectable showing on 5/9/18.

Today’s cartoon featured two Jumble characters that are looking at a newly created map of the Americas. The clothing worn by these two men coupled with the primitive nature of the map suggest that the cartoon is a period piece. The dialogue and sentence were the key for the solve with 1500s being the biggest clue. The gentlemen of course are looking at a map of the New World, and were most likely looking for new trade routes.

My favorite detail in the panel was rather small, but you could probably see it with the naked eye. If you look directly below where the man on the left is pointing, you’ll see a drawing of a serpent. Mythical creatures such as mermaids and serpents were often added to maps because early explorers weren’t sure what was really out there. Most of their knowledge was based upon the Bible and folklore so they often placed them in areas where there “might” be dangerous sea-creatures!

The final solve was an anagram consisting of 9-letters which is the same amount as yesterday’s solve. The visual clue of the map allowed me to find WORLD rather easily leaving KNEW a simple 4-letter Jumble for the finish. Have a wonderful Wednesday, and I’ll see you right back here tomorrow!






10 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 07/24/2019

  1. As I swept around the corner to the cafe for my morning Joe, I saw a group of workmen in front watched by a hobo with a kazoo. As I approached, he blew a loud note, startling me & causing me to trip over some wiring & landing flat on my face. As I turned over on my back, groaning in pain, the hobo came over & said “Pardon me sir, can you spare a dollar for a cup of coffee?” What a world!

  2. Good morning. Another easy breezy day of jumble. After writing down the cartoon letters it was obvious that the last word was World which left Knew for the word in quotations. Until tomorrow stay well.

  3. After having driven twenty miles into the next county to spend a DOLLAR for a KAZOO, they returned home to discover a glitch in their electrical WIRING which caused their house to be SWEPT into total darkness.

    • Chuck…Kudos! Excellent! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» KAZOO wasn’t very atTUNEd to the other words, was it? In a HOLE class of its own…πŸŽΆπŸ™‹πŸ»

      Β° He just KNEW…WORLD without end, he knew…that from the very beginning they’d be sending him this inept electrician…but determined not to invest another DOLLAR in this poor WIRING job, he SWEPT him out of his office, telling him to take his adjustable pump plier, which proved about as effective as a KAZOO…

  4. Kazoo ? That’s a word from way back grade school.Finally back from our trek to W NY State.With my real newspaper and Jumble puzzle.

  5. I look forward to doing the puzzle…particularly when it is difficult. I love the challenge and I enjoy reading the comment.

    • Hi, Sandy! Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. It’s always great hearing from other players and I hope you do so again soon. Have a great evening! πŸ™‚

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