Jumble Answers for 11/25/2022 Posted on November 25, 2022 by Angela GUHLA = LAUGH CDYIE = DICEY MCTMIO = COMMIT RIPLSA = SPIRAL CARTOON ANSWER: BOB DYLAN WAS ABLE TO WRITE MORE THAN 600 SONGS BECAUSE HE WAS – – – LAH DCE COM SPI = ACCOMPLISHED Take Our Poll EmailTweetPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
Good Morning…Everyone…🎤THE LIST IS ENDLESS🎤
🎶 RAMONA, come closer, shut your watery eyes…The pangs of your sadness will pass as your senses will rise…🎶 “To Ramona” – Bob Dylan 1965 https://tinyurl.com/4peefchx
🎤Bob Dylan in his heyday was called DICEY now and then,
But fans were def quick to COMMIT…and follow in the Zen…
And crowds would SPIRAL listening, and LAUGH at some lyrics,
But rest assured his fan base always were assured their kicks…
He drew them in, he mesmerized, he oft left them astonished…
No secret that Bob Dylan proved that he was quite ACCOMPLISHED…🎤
Somewhere in Chicago…Bob Dylan https://tinyurl.com/57yabunt performing…Stage side…In the hat, calling up to Bob to sing “To Ramona”, Wilco’s https://tinyurl.com/2jp44ce4 Jeff Tweedy, https://tinyurl.com/5n627v43 …with his wife Sue Miller, in a Lounge Ax https://tinyurl.com/286ht8re tee, and at right, a very happy Jeff. And the playlist taped to the stage at Bob’s feet? 🎶 Watching The River Flow – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight – Maggie’s Farm – All Along The Watchtower – Simple Twist of Fate – Bessie Smith – Mr Tambourine Man – Lay Lady Lay – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door…🎶 Dylan’s dialogue…”When you’ve written as many…as I have”? …Says it all…He’s definitely ACCOMPLISHED. https://tinyurl.com/bdhhwa2c a lot…
So…There you have it, Folks…Done. Have a good one. Be well, be kind, stay safe and…🎶Amen🎶…🎤 🙋🏻♀️
I STAND WITH UKRAINE 💔🇺🇦
…AND IN OTHER WORDS…🔠🙋🏻♀️
LAUGH: Last used – 04/16/22 https://tinyurl.com/yx6pd82s
DICEY: Last used – 09/10/22 https://tinyurl.com/2hwhtwrx
COMMIT: Last used – 05/23/21 https://tinyurl.com/bdeh47dz
SPIRAL: Last used – 07/01/22 https://tinyurl.com/4ewd5jb8
CDYIE: Used on – 09/10/22
MCTMIO: Used on – 05/23/21
GUHLA – RIPLSA: New
Good morning Friday, the day after thanksgiving ! Man , to end the weekday with this jumble was a reminder that not every jumble is easy ! I couldn’t get the first word and I didn’t LAUGH ! I also couldn’t get the last word , it sent my brain into a SPIRAL ! The jumble was just not there for me and I just couldn’t get it ! I looked at all the Bob Dylan songs and didn’t see any that was ACCOMPLISHED ! So , I gave up , but I love his music ! Everyone have a fun Friday !!!!
All the anagrams were solved, but not the puzzle. We glommed onto COMPOSE, which had two O”s, and of course that wasn’t the right pathway. So, like Jim, had to look up the answer. For all those who enjoy his music, enjoy Angela’s song list and more…and go have another piece of Pecan Pie !!!
The playlist isn’t mine though, Terry, it’s Jeff’s. It’s the songs that are written on the paper that’s showing on the stage floor…🎶🙋🏻♀️
Bob Dylan has an uncanny knack
Of composing lyrics that smack
His choice of mot juste (French for just the right word)
And the effect thus produced
Oh what a punch he can pack!
Few have been able to rival him for economy of words and summing up the main point so succinctly.
Guess I’m in good company,as I was stumped by the accomplished cartoon answer even though I had solved the anagrams.Happy Black Friday to one and all.
So can anyone for the love of god help me understand the pun here? Or why the answer is ACCOMPLISHED?? From what I can see there is no play on words or reference to anything, I don’t get and it’s driving me nuts.
G…The word accomplished often implies that someone is very skilled or experienced in the field that they’re known for. But at the heart of the word is the idea that such a person has completed many goals or achieved many things. An accomplished person isn’t just skilled—they have often achieved many awards and accolades. So however you look at it, both angles here do apply to Dylan. It may not be a “punny” answer, but the reference is definitely there. Hope this helps…🤷🏻♀️
While many Jumble puzzle answers are plays on words not all are. And, if the solution (in part or whole) involves misspelling (rare) or if a word is used to ‘accomplish’ a pun, then quotation marks are used. Today’s puzzle was just the logical completion of a sentence, so no misspelling, no pun, and no quotation marks.
The words were unscrambled with ease. At first, I had no clue for the answer. I tried to find partial words, but found only a couple of relevance. I then noticed two Cs, and put an A before them. ACCOMPLISHED then sprung to mind! Nice workout.
I do these daily and in past year, have only had two I could not get…this was the second one. nancyleppertt