Jumble Answers for 04/19/2020

LAPWLO = WALLOP

OHRATU = AUTHOR

RYTOWH = WORTHY

VESPIL = PELVIS

LDUPED = PUDDLE

TREEWT = WETTER


CARTOON
ANSWER:

CAPITALIZING THE FIRST LETTER OF NOUNS THAT ARE NAMES IS THE – – –

WO AO ORY PEI PD TTR = PROPER WAY TO DO IT

 

Good Morning, Everyone….I hope you’re all well…

The standout today may be seeing three “W” words in one puzzle…

And showing the word prince written on the white board side by side with “P”rince Harry spells out the puzzles solution…When a noun becomes specific, it’s a PROPER noun…and capitalizing the “P” is the PROPER WAY TO DO IT…

The mention of Queen Elsa? A cute touch. The impact Disney’s “Frozen” has had on the young girls of America may never be measured…

Hoping you all enjoy your day. Be well and stay safe. 🔠 🙋🏻‍♀️

 

8 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 04/19/2020

  1. Good morning. Enjoyed it today because I had to think hard to get all the words outside of the first one. Wallop came instantly but I’d say the rest for me took equal time to achieve. The cartoon answer was simple once I wrote the letters down. I basically had it except for the first word. To all the Greeks out there HAPPY EASTER. Until tomorrow stay well.

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    • Opposite for me was the first word “proper” was a given,quickly followed by “way” and then “to do it”. I usually have trouble with the Sunday puzzles ,because of the numerous letters,but not today.

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  2. Hi Everyone –
    It was a pretty easy Sunday for me, with Pelvis taking the longest and then Author.
    I still have to check sometimes on the rules for capitalization, like south and the South.
    Jeff’s little kids are always so cute and lovable.

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  3. Hi all – Well, the answer was an instant solve since it gave PROPER and the layout was what I thought. Any Elvis fan would get PELVIS, and the double letter trick twice gave me WETTER more quickly than otherwise. I wasn’t sure about WALLOP but went with it. (I once made my friends laugh when I said that I heard the David Bowie line “Come, get up my baby” as “Come wallop the baby.”) I had to back into the second word though. My first unscramble sounded like a pickup line from Yoda (“Hot, U are” 😂), but seeing the A and O showed AUTHOR.

    I don’t think I even want to attempt a sentence including pelvis, wetter and puddle, so I’ll just send the usual good wishes to everyone.

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        • …I did one…it wasn’t easy…🤷🏻‍♀️
          They argued over whether or not using the word PELVIS in the Jumble could be looked upon as being in poor taste…was it WORTHY of the AUTHOR…but just like stepping in a PUDDLE, and the more you splash the WETTER you become…they were convinced that it might throw some readers for a WALLOP…and decided it wasn’t the PROPER WAY TO DO IT…

          The news Ray crushed his PELVIS hit the family with a WALLOP,
          The word spread rather quickly…as each one another called up…
          His brother took it really hard, and feared he’d not get better,
          The news caused him to turn to drink…and now he’s ever WETTER
          The AUTHOR of a bio telling how he’d gotten clean,
          Hearing about his brothers fall…turned him against the wean….
          He wallowed in his sadness, a PUDDLE of despair,
          Not WORTHY of the years that he was sober, free and clear
          The family now has two concerns…and to care for both, need split…
          But who’ll be the priority..What’s the PROPER WAY TO DO IT?

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  4. Easy solve this morning. Author took me the longest but not really problematic. All in all off to a good start for Sunday. Hope all of you have a good day.

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