Jumble Answers for 02/24/2021

ATEML = METAL

NEULG = LUNGE

CTMIOS = SITCOM

ABNERR = BARREN


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ANSWER:

WHEN THE I, V, X and L WENT FOR A HIKE TOGETHER, THEY WERE – – –

MEA LUN SIOM ARRN = ROAMIN’” NUMERALS

30 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 02/24/2021

  1. METAL = Last used on 10/26/20 as TAMLE
    LUNGE = Last used on 03/10/20 as GUENL
    SITCOM = NEW CLUE WORD/Used as final answer on 06/28/17
    BARREN = Last used on 12/02/18 as BRANER
    ROAMIN’ NUMERALS = NEW SOLUTION

    ATEML = NEW ANAGRAM
    NEULG = NEW ANAGRAM
    CTMIOS = NEW ANAGRAM
    ABNERR = NEW ANAGRAM
    MEALUNSIOMARRN = NEW ANAGRAM

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  2. Good Morning, Everyone. I hope this finds you well…🙋🏻‍♀️

    ✖️ You gotta love the wit of this, the One, the Five, the Ten,
    Joined Fifty on this easy one….Creative though, no end…
    The letters got together, to LUNGE forward on a hike,
    (A SITCOM could be made of this…perhaps one’s down the pike)…
    It’s nice to do the outdoors, nothing BARREN, things are lush,
    They got away from METAL, concrete, all things as the such,
    But with those two seen straying? There’s your answer, if you will…
    They’ve gone off track, which makes them simply ROAMIN’ NUMERALS! ✖️

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  3. 📺 Despite it being considered BARREN territory, they decided to LUNGE forward with the use of ROMAN NUMERALS in the title of the new SITCOM about METAL workers…📺

    🔢 The Super Bowl brought questions, the kids were quite confused,
    What did the letters LV mean? In schools no longer used…
    These kids LUNGE into life today, not knowing what we learned,
    No METAL shop, or the old Math…a lot to be concerned
    Like looking at a SITCOM, sometimes you have to grin,
    These little minds seem BARREN…so where do we begin?
    Deciding I would teach them, with these letters I’d instill
    What LV meant…a lesson now in ROMAN NUMERALS! 🔢

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  4. Got LXX% on the quiz. My puzzle solve came up barren until, as in a sitcom, I put the pedal to metal and made a lunge by thinking of the Super Bowl. (How tortured is this?) Anyway, another good tune-up for my work day. Thanks guys!

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  5. What a great jumble! I loved the answer and drawing. Letters and numbers are always fun when Jeff brings them to life. At first I was stumped, thinking the IVXL represented letters. But then I noticed the word Numerals and got it. Wishing all a good day.

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  6. Good morning. Took a little time to get the words and had a complete failure on the cartoon answer. Loved your explanation of it Angela, you make it sound so simple. My mindset was not on Roman numerals. Just when I think I have these answers in Quotations down pat I get served with a curve which strikes me out. Oh well, tomorrow is another day. Until then, take care and stay safe.

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    • Tks, Paul. Good Morning. TBT, I found it letter perfect! 😉 And the Roman numerals were so easy to C…so it just added up! But I like your “curve” and “strike out”…Easy to C where your mind’s set…⚾️! Have a good one, Brooklyn…Thank God we finally got a break in the weather. Be well, and stay safe out there…✖️🙋🏻‍♀️

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  7. …And speaking of…Let’s not forget the words of the ever insightful, and always delightful George Carlin…”How do you write Zero in Roman Numerals”? 🤷🏻‍♀️

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  8. Really cute puzzle this morning. Sitcom gave me pause but other than that everything added up nicely. Wishing all of you a good Wednesday.

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  9. Hi all – I had a hard time with both the third word and the answer. The online site didn’t help any by completely messing up the quotation marks either, but fortunately the Chronicle had them right, showing the first word was a quoted contraction. After awhile, I realized the letters were roaming, and that showed it. Then I used the remaining letters to back into SITCOM.

    Ok, the quiz – as David often says in the Word Search World Traveler app, “Let’s do some math!” And I did, and scored C%, although by the end I thought I was reading a Honda commercial with all the CVCC’s!

    Angela, that’s a great George Carlin quote from someone who claims to be math-phobic! 😂 Of course there’s no zero in Roman numerals (as far as I know), and thank goodness for all those ancient mathematicians who came up with the concept.

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “Seeing that the next TV show scheduled was a SITCOM about a heavy METAL band on a BARREN planet caused him to LUNGE for the remote!”

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  10. We looked up where Roman Numerals are still found today and discovered Copyright dates, Olympiad’s, Super Bowls, Public Buildings, Monuments, and Grave Stones etc. I got 80% on the quiz but my husband beat me with 100%!!!!! Ann!

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