Jumble Answers for 11/21/2022








21 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 11/21/2022

  1. Good Morning, Everyone …🆙 MORE THAN A LOT OF HOT AIR! 🆙

    🎶 Would you like to ride in my beautiful BALLOON?…Would you like to glide in my beautiful balloon?…We could float among the stars together, you and I…For WE CAN FLY…we can fly…🎶 “Up, Up And Away” – The 5th Dimension 1967 https://tinyurl.com/bdhc4vhk

    🆙 They set out to APPLY themselves, the ISSUE there at hand,
    Was could they build an air balloon to rise above the land…
    They’d start and stop….and then RESUME, til it could take up flight,
    (And STOCKY’s just not flying here…today it’s just not right)…
    And finally the day had come, the brothers said…”Ah, yup…
    I think we’re good and fingers crossed that we can KEEP IT UP”! 🆙

    France, September 1783. And the Montgolfier Brothers, Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Étienne https://tinyurl.com/ykd8zbmw demonstrated that their idea of a Hot Air Balloon https://tinyurl.com/8uub2pxt could definitely GET OFF THE GROUND. And although it wouldn’t be until November that the first free flight with humans was made, on this day, September 19th, the public got their first look….and of COURSE they were BLOWN AWAY…and said KEEP IT UP!

    So…There you have it, Folks…Done. Have a good one. Be well, be kind, stay safe… and I was going to tell you a joke about balloons…but it got away from me. 🆙🙋🏻‍♀️


  2. …AND IN OTHER WORDS…🔠🙋🏻‍♀️
    APPLY: Last used – 02/25/22 https://tinyurl.com/2p98a2ae
    ISSUE: Last used – 07/05/22 https://tinyurl.com/4mrtszu9
    STOCKY: Last used – 01/13/19 https://tinyurl.com/jy2ertra
    RESUME: Last used – 03/13/22 https://tinyurl.com/mwtv3h5b

    PAPYL: Used on – 03/18/10, 06/06/05, 08/14/00, 05/07/91, 11/05/82, 08/31/77, 01/30/73, 01/01/68
    USISE: Used on – 06/25/15, 11/10/14, 04/26/13, 09/04/12
    SKYCOT: Used on – 06/07/17
    SEREMU: New

  3. 🤷🏻‍♂️It became an ISSUE when business couldn’t RESUME after the new guy took offense at the comment made about him being STOCKY…and the foreman was heard to say…”KEEP IT UP and you’ll all be looking to APPLY for new jobs”…🤷🏻‍♂️

    👍🏻 As a young boy he was STOCKY, and he grew to hate the word,
    In all reality it sucked…Label a child? Absurd…
    He always felt there was no need, the ISSUE hurt him so…
    Until a growth spurt settled things…and confidence did grow…
    It’s hard on children to RESUME their carefree happy ways,
    When criticized so needlessly that it dampens their days
    The Golden Rule we need APPLY, we need fill kindness’ cup…
    Encourage little children…and of course then KEEP IT UP…👍🏻

  4. Hello Monday, first day of the week ! A typical Monday start jumble ! I did make a mistake on the anagram RESUME, I thought it was EMURSE and I didn’t check the spelling , but I got the rest of them and went on to RESUME the jumble ! I looked up the Montgolfier brothers and that helped a lot ! I saw UP and KEEP and there were not many letters so that made it easier to KEEP IT UP ! So I heard the song 🎵 up , up and away , my beautiful , my beautiful ballon 🎵 everyone have a great start of the week Monday !!!!!

  5. WAY TO GO…KEEP IT UP…so many choices this morning. I remember doing a presentation about these guys in Air Force ROTC in college. Great song and great start to the week.

  6. The magnificent montgolfière
    Un objet extraordinaire
    Up up and away
    On this uplifting day
    What an aviation affaire!!

  7. Good morning. I was stymied on Resume and went to the cartoon and was able to get a blind solve. Now knowing the two letters I needed I backed into that elusive word. I still had problems because I had one set with the two letters in the second and fourth spot and the other in the second and fifth spot. It took awhile before I realized that error. Tough start for a new week. You picked a gem Angela for the song, couldn’t be anything but. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

      • With today’s French theme, I came up with “mesure” (measure) instead of resume. Fortunately the same letters u/e applied to the solution, so all was well. I’ve just rethought my limerick, so Angela, would you mind replacing “glorious” with “uplifting”? How could I have missed that?

  8. SKYCOT actually is (or was) a word! In the 1970’s and 80’s, that was a bassinet – type baby carrier that hung on special brackets on the bulkhead of the cabin in an Air Canada jet. No seat belts, no nothing.

    • Bob..I believe it’s spelt as SkyCot, and it may be a brand name. But if you’re ever in doubt about the validity of a Jumble word, just check the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, which is David’s Bible. If it’s not listed there, it won’t be in one of his puzzles. 🆙🙋🏻‍♀️


  9. I thought resume was a misspelled me-sure
    at first which yielded the same 2 letters E and U for the cartoon answer as resume did.

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