101 : 4TH SERIES
WOOD = Hollywood.
def'n: Hollywood - The U.S. motion-picture industry.
def'n: Wood - The tough fibrous material beneath the bark of trees and shrubs.
125b WOODY ALAN - Parody.
A parody on the actor/screenwriter Woody Alan.
def'n: Woody - Consisting of or containing wood. Suggestive of wood.
125b OAK KAY = Okay (O.k.), Double meaning.
def'n: Okay or O.k. - Approval; agreement.
def'n: Oak - The hard, durable wood of the oak tree.
126a ARMPIT BRITT
- Rhyme: The name Britt with the word armpit.
def'n: Armpit - The hollow under the arm at the shoulder.
126b SHAGGY AGGIE - Rhyme: The name Aggie with the word shaggy.
def'n: Shag - A tangle or mass of matted hair.
def'n: Shaggy - Having long, rough hair. Bushy. Poorly groomed. Shag rug.
127a TRAVELLIN' TRAVIS
- Travis: same sounding name to go with the word travelin'/travel(ing).
def'n: Travel - To go from one place to another.
127b FLAT TYLER = Flat tire.
def'n: Flat - deflated, as a tire.
128a SLOSHED JOSH
- Rhyme: The name Josh with the word slosh(ed).
def'n: Slosh - To splash or flounder, as in water or another liquid.
128b LOW CAL = Low calorie.
def'n: Low - Of small value or quantity.
def'n: Calorie - The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water.
129a SECOND HAND ROSE
- Parody title of a Barbra Streisand song.
def'n: Secondhand - Previously used; not new.
129b TRASHED TRACY - Tracy: similar sounding name to go with the word trash(ed).
def'n: Trash - Worthless or discarded material or objects.
HICKEY - Rhyme: The name Nicky with the word
def'n: Hickey - Informal. A suction-like kiss that breaks the capillaries underneath the skin
130b HANK E. PANKY = Hanky panky.
def'n: Hanky panky - Slang. Devious or mischievous activity.
131a STUFFED STEPHEN
- Stephen: same sounding name to go with the word stuff(ed).
def'n: Stuff - The material out of which something is made or formed. To pack tightly.
131b RUTHERFORD B. HAY = Rutherford B. Hayes.
A parody of the name Rutherford Birchard Hayes, 1822 - 93, our 19th U.S. President.
def'n: Hay - Grass or other forage plants cut and dried for fodder (feed for livestock).
132a BONY TONY
- Rhyme: The name Tony with the word bony.
def'n: Bony - Slang. A thin person.
def'n: Bone - The hard, dense, calcified tissue that forms the skeleton of most vertebrates.
132b UNZIPPED ZACK - Zack: Z name to go with the word unzipped/zip(ped).
def'n: Zip - To fasten or unfasten with a zipper.
def'n: Zipper - A fastening device consisting of parallel rows of metal teeth that are interlocked
by a sliding tab.
133a FURRY MURRAY
- Rhyme: The name Murray with the word fur(ry).
def'n: Furry - Consisting of, covered with, or resembling fur or a fur-like coating.
def'n: Fur - The pelts of fur-bearing animals used for clothing, trimming, etc.
133b FOXY FRANCES - Frances: F name to go with the word foxy.
def'n: Foxy - Informal. Sensually attractive; sexy.
def'n: Fox - The fur of a fox (a mammal related to dogs or wolves).
134a HIP KIP
- Rhyme: The name Kip with the word hip.
def'n: Hip - Aware of the most recent developments or trends. Cognizant; wise.
def'n: Hipster - One who is hip.
134b WALT WITLESS = Walt Whitman; a name parody of the American poet; 1819-1892, published work "Leaves of Grass".
def'n: Wit - Understanding; intelligence.
def'n: Witless - Lack of understanding; intelligence.
E. HORROR = Rocky Horror.
A parody of the Rocky Horror character from the motion picture "The Rocky Horror Picture Show".
135b MARTY GRAS = Mardi Gras.
def'n; Mardi Gras - Shrine Tuesday, often celebrated by parades.
Celebrated in New Orleans, Loisianna.
136a SWOLLEN SUE
ELLEN - Semi-rhyme: The name Sue Ellen
with the word swollen.
def'n: Swollen - Distended; bulging.
136b BLOATED BLAIR - Blair: B name to go with the word bloat(ed).
def'n: Bloat - To make or become swollen or inflated.
AXE - Rhyme: The name Max with the word axe.
def'n: Axe - A chopping tool with a bladed head mounted on a handle.
137b DEADLY DUDLEY - Dudley: Same sounding name to go with the word deadly.
def'n: Deadly - Causing or capable of causing death.
138a ALIEN IAN
- Ian: Same sounding name to go with the word alien.
def'n: Alien - Science fiction. A creature from outer space.
138b OUTERSPACE CHASE - Rhyme: The name Chase with the words outer space.
def'n: Outer space - Space beyond the limits of a celestial body or system.
139a DOUBLE IRIS
- Double meaning.
def'n: Double - Twice as much in number. Composed of two parts. Twofold.
def'n: Iris - the pigmented, round, contracting membrane of the eye.
139b 4-EYED IDA - Rhyme: The name Ida with the words four-eyed.
def'n: Four-eyed - Slang. For individuals wearing eyeglasses, spectacles.
def'n: Eye - An organ of vision or of light sensitivity.
140a MOUTH PHIL
def'n: Mouthful - To have your mouth full of something (usually food).
140b TOOTH LES = Toothless.
def'n: Toothless - Lack of teeth.
def'n: Tooth - One of a set of hard, bone-like structures rooted in the sockets of the jaws.
CAN = Trashcan.
def'n: Trash - Worthless or discarded material or objects. Junk.
def'n: Can - A metal container.
141b GRETA GARBAGE - Greta: G name to with the word garbage. Sounds like the 30's/40's actress Greta Garbo.
def'n: Garbage - Waste material. Worthless matter; trash.
MOOSE - Rhyme: The name Bruce with the word.
def'n: Moose - A very large deer of northern N. America having broad, flattened antlers.
142b HUNTED HUNTER - Hunter: Same sounding name to go with the word hunt(ed).
def'n: Hunt - To pursue (game) for food or sport. The act or sport of hunting.
def'n: Hunter - One who hunts. Huntsman.
TOAST - Named after Dame Nellie Melba (1861
def'n: Melba toast - Very thinly sliced crisp toast.
143b HY RYE - Rhyme: The name Hy with the word rye.
def'n: Rye - A widely cultivated cereal grass.
144a HORNY HAL
- Hal: H name to go with the word horn(y).
def'n: Horn - A wind instrument made of brass. A trumpet.
144b RUDY TOOT = Roody toot. A musical expression.
def'n: Toot - To sound (a horn or whistle) in short blasts. The act or sound of tooting.
SNAIL - Rhyme: The name Dale with the word snail.
def'n: Snail - An aquatic or terrestrial mollusk with a spirally coiled shell and a distinct head.
145b CRUSHED SHELLY = Crushed shell.
def'n: Crush - To break, pound, or grind into small fragments or powder.
def'n: Shell - The usually hard outer covering that encases certain organisms.
146a BAKED JAKE
- Rhyme: The name Jake with the word bake(d)..
def'n: Bake - To cook with continuous dry heat. The act or process of baking.
def'n: Bake - Slang. The act of frying. To bake, to fry (as in the sun).
146b DRY GUY - Rhyme: The name Guy with the word dry.
def'n: Dry - Free from liquid or moisture. Needing drink; thirsty. To make or become dry.
147a AMAZIN' GRACE
- A parody of the song "Amazing Grace".
def'n: Amaze - To fill with wonder; astonish.
def'n: Grace - A virtue or gift granted by God.
147b MUSCULAR MOLLY - Molly: M name to go with the word muscular.
def'n: Muscular - Having well developed muscles.
148a TURNED-ON TARA
- Tara: T name to go with the phrase turned-on.
def'n: Turn - To start the operation of: Turn on the light.
def'n: Turn on - Slang. Something that brings great pleasure or excitement.
148b TIFFANY LAMP = A certain type of bedside light with shade.
def'n: Lamp - A device, equipped with an electric bulb, for providing light.
PIECES = Reese's Pieces; A peanut butter candy
in a hard candy shell.
(The candy became very popular after featured in the movie "E.T." after M & M's turned it down)
def'n: Piece - To mend by adding a piece to. To join the pieces of.
149a PUZZLED PAUL - Double meaning. Paul: P name to go with the word puzzled (puzzle).
def'n: Puzzle - A toy, game, or device that tests ingenuity.
def'n: Puzzle - To cause uncertainty and indecision.
149b INCOMPLETE PETE - Rhyme: The name Pete with the word incomplete.
def'n: Incomplete - Not complete or whole. Not having all necessary or normal parts.
150a HAIRY HARRIET
- Harriet: Similar sounding name as the word hair(y).
def'n: Hair - A fine, threadlike outgrowth from the skin of a mammal.
150b BUSHY BERNICE - Bernice: B name to go with the word bush(y).
def'n: Bush - A dense, tufted growth.
151a LOSING FAITH
= A popular saying; Losing one's faith or religion; As in a trust or
def'n: Lose - To be unable to keep. To result in the loss of.
def'n: Faith - A religion. Belief in God; religious conviction.
151b DYIN' DINAH - Dinah: Similar sounding name as the world dyin'/die(+ing).
def'n: Dying - About to die. Drawing to an end; declining.
152a WHISPERIN' WOODY
- Double meaning; as in; talking trees.
def'n: Woody - consisting of or containing wood.
def'n: Whisper - To speak or utter softly; without full voice. To make a soft rustling sound, as leaves.
152b VAN TRILOQUIST = Ventriloquist.
def'n: Ventriloquism - The art of practice of producing vocal sounds so that they seem
to come from a source other than the speaker.
O. LANTERN = Jacko'lantern.
def'n: Jacko'lantern - A lantern made from a hollowed pumpkin with a carved face.
153b DUNCAN PUMPKIN - Rhyme: The name Duncan with the word pumpkin.
def'n: Pumpkin - A large, round fruit with a thick orange yellow rind and numerous seeds.
154a BASKET CASEY
= Basket case; Double meaning.
def'n: Basket case - Informal. One who is in a completely hopeless or useless condition.
def'n: Basket - A hoop with an open-ended net suspended from it, serving as a goal.
154b DRIBBLIN' DEREK - Derek: D name to go with the word dribblin'/dribble(+ing).
def'n: Dribble - The act of dribbling a ball. Repeated light bounces.
155a SPIKEY MIKEY
- Rhyme: The name Mikey with the word spikey.
def'n: Spike - A large, heavy nail to impale, pierce, or injure with a spike.
155b NAILED NEIL - Neil: Similar sounding name as the word nail(ed).
def'n: Nail - A pointed piece of metal.
156a WARRIN' WARREN
- Warren: Similar sounding name as the word warrin'/war(ring).
def'n: Warring - To wage war, to fight.
156b BRETT VET - Rhyme: The name Brett with the word vet(eran).
def'n: Veteran - A former member of the armed forces.
LIPS - Larry: L name to go with the word
def'n: Lip - The fleshy, muscular folds of tissue surrounding the mouth.
157b DISTORTIN' MORTON - Rhyme: The name Morton with the word distortin'/distort(ing).
def'n: Distort - To twist out of a proper or natural shape.
158a MELTIN' ELTON
- Rhyme: The name Elton with the word meltin'/mel(ting).
def'n: Melt - To change from a solid to a liquid state.
158b CRYSTAL GALE = A parody on the famous country singer Crystal Gayle.
def'n: Crystal - something similar to crystal, as in transparency.
158b Ig LOU = Igloo.
def'n: Igloo - An Eskimo house, sometimes built of blocks of ice or hard snow.
159a CATTY KATHY
- Kathy: Similar sounding name as the word cat(ty).
def'n: Catty - Subtly malicious.
def'n: Cat - A carnivorous mammal domesticated as a pet.
159b KITTY LITTER - A product used for the disposal of feline waste material in litter boxes.
def'n: Kitty - A kitten or cat.
def'n: Litter - Carelessly scattered scraps of waste material.
160a DECAPITATED HEDY
= Decapitated head.
def'n: Decapitate - To behead.
def'n: Head - The anterior bodily extremity containing the brain.
160b FORMALDE HEIDI = Formaldehyde.
def'n: Formaldehyde - A colorless gaseous compound (HCHO), used in an aqueous solution
as a preservative and disinfectant.
161a SHORNED SEAN
- Sean: SH sounding name to go with the word shorn(ed).
def'n: Shorn - P.P. of shear.
def'n: Shear - To remove by cutting with a sharp instrument.
161b HY GENE = Hygiene.
def'n: Hygiene - Practices and conditions for the promotion of health and the prevention of disease.
162a YICCHY MICKEY
- Rhyme: The name Mickey with the "word" yicchy.
Yicchy - Derived from the word icky, meaning gross; disgusting.
162b BARFING BART - Bart: Similar sounding name as the word barf(ing).
Barf - As in; throw-up, puke, upchuck, vomit.
def'n: Vomit - To eject the contents of the stomach.
SQUISH - Rhyme: The name Trish with the word
def'n: Squash - To press, squeeze, or flatten to a pulp, crush.
163b RUBY CUBE = Rubix cube. Popular 80's game toy.
def'n: Cube - A solid having six congruent square faces. Something shaped like a cube.
BEAR - Teddy: nickname of Theodore Roosevelt;
past U.S. President.
def'n: Teddy bear - A child's toy bear.
def'n: Bear - Any of various large mammals having a shaggy coat and a short tail.
164b SALVATORE DOLLY = Salvador Dali; 1904, a Spanish artist.
def'n: Dolly - A doll.
164b BATTERED BRAD - Brad: B name to go with the word batter(ed). [Battered bad]
def'n: Batter - To pound or damage with heavy blows.
DRUFF = Dandruff.
def'n: Dandruff - Small white scales of dead skin shed from the scalp.
165b FLAKEY FAY - Fay: F name to go with the word flake(y).
def'n: Flake - To come off in flakes (thin pieces).
def'n: Flaky - Made of flakes, forming flakes.
166a GORED GORDON
- Gordon: Similar sounding name to go with the word gore(d).
def'n: Gore - To stab with a horn or tusk.
166b NO WAY JOSE - Rhyme: The name Josť (Joseph) with the phrase 'no way'. Slang term "No way Jose".
def'n: No - Used to express refusal. Not at all.
def'n: No way (No-wise) - In no way, manner, or degree; not at all.
Definitions taken from: The American Heritage Dictionary.