101 : 8TH SERIES
EXPLORIN' NORMAN - Rhyme:
The name Norman with the word explore(+ing).
DYLAN - Rhyme: The name Dylan with the word drill(ing).
def'n: Drill - To bore with a drill.
def'n: Bore - To make a hole in or through with or as if with a drill or similar tool. To make by drilling, digging, or burrowing.
WEIRD WENDELL - Wendell; W name to go with the word weird.
def'n: Weird - Of an odd, peculiar, or inexplicable character; unusual.
LUKE AT ME = The phrase or sentence "Look at me".
def'n: Look - To seem or appear to be. To regard with contempt or condenscension. To be a spectator. Appearance or aspect. Physical appearance.
def'n: At - Used to indicate a direction or goal: Look at us.
CHARLIE HORSE = Charley horse.
def'n: Charley horse - informal. A muscle cramp.
AMUSEMENT PARKER = Amusement Park.
def'n: Amusement park - An outdoor place of entertainment with booths for various games, rides on roller coasters, and other amusements.
PLUCKED DAISY = Plucked daisy; a play on words.
def'n: Pluck - To pull off; pick; pluck flowers in the garden. Pull off the feathers, (petals), or hair from.
def'n: Daisy - Any of several related plants having flowers with petallike rays surrounding a central disk, especially a common species with white rays and a yellow center.
WILTIN' MILTON - Rhyme: The name Milton with the word wilt(ing).
def'n: Wilt - To lose or cause to lose freshness and wither; drop. Any of various plant diseases characterized by slow or rapid collapse.
YUL TIED = Yuletide.
def'n: Yuletide - The Christmas season.
def'n: Tied - To fasten or secure with a cord, rope, or line. To draw together with strings. To restrict.
MURRAY CHRISTMAS = Merry Christmas; the seasonal phrase.
def'n: Merry - Full of high spirited gaiety; jolly; fun; laughter.
def'n: Christmas - A holiday celebrated as the anniversary of the birst of Jesus.
BLOODY MARY = Bloody mary.
def'n: Bloody mary - A drink made with vodka and tomato juice.
def'n: Bloody - Bleeding. Causing or marked by bloodshed.
DONNA DONOR - Donna; D name to go with the word donor.
def'n: Donor - One who contributes, gives, or donates. A person who donates blood, tissue, etc., to another person.
BUCK PUCK - Rhyme: The name Buck with the word puck.
def'n: Puck - A hard, black rubber disk used in the game of ice hockey.
LOWELL GOAL - Rhyme: The name Lowell with the word goal.
def'n: Goal - In certain sports, a structure or area into which players must propel the ball or puck in order to score. The score awarded for this.
CORRINA CORONA - Semi-rhyme: The name Corrina with the word corona.
A brand of cigar. A parody of the old folk song title "Corrina, Corrina".
def'n: Corona - A crownlike part; crown.
def'n: Cigar - A small, compact roll of tobacco leaves prepared for smoking.
SMOKY JOE - Smoky Joe - A type or brand of charcoal grill manufactured by the Weber Co.
def'n: Smoky - Giving off much smoke. Full of smoke.
def'n: Smoke - Something that is smoked; cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc. An act or period of smoking.
BOWLING ELAINE = Bowling lane.
def'n: Bowling alley - A level, wooden lane used for bowling.
def'n: Bowling - A game played by rolling a heavy ball down a wooden alley in an attempt to knock down a triangular formation of ten wooden pins.
MIKE STRIKE - Rhyme: The name Mike with the word strike.
def'n: Strike - bowling. The knocking down of all the pins with the first ball in a frame.
MIXED-UP MICK - Semi-rhyme: The name Mick with the words mixed-up.
def'n: Mix-up - A confused situation; a muddle.
def'n: Muddle - To mix confusedly; jumble.
def'n: Jumble - To mix in a disordered mass.
MITCHELL - Rhyme: The name Mitchell with the word artificial.
def'n: Artificial - Made by man rather than occuring in nature. Made in imitation of something natural.
HUNG UP HANK - Hank; H name to go with the words hung up.
def'n: Hang up - Put on a hook, peg, etc. Hold back; delay; detain.
def'n: Hung up - slang. Unable to get away; delayed.
COAT RACK ZACK - Rhyme: The name Zack with the words coat rack.
def'n: Coat - An outer garment covering.
def'n: Rack - Frame with bars, shelves, or pegs to hold, arrange, or keep things on.
RUBBIN' ROBYN - Rhyme: The name Robyn with the word rub(bing)
Possible parody of the old song "Rockin' Robin".
def'n: Rub - Move (one thing) back and forth (against another). Move one's hand or an object over the surface of; push and press along the surfaceof. Clean, smooth, or polish.
SOAPY OPIE - Rhyme: The name Opie with the word soapy.
def'n: Soapy - Covered with soap or soapsuds. Containing soap.
def'n: Soap - Substance used for washing. Rub with soap.
GRATE SCOTT = Great scott; Great scot!
A phrase for something large, surprising, etc. Similar to the phrase "Holly Molly" = holey moley.
def'n: Grate - Wear down or grind off in small pieces: grate cheese. Rub harshly together.
REGGIE VEGGIE - Rhyme: The name Reggie with the word veggie.
def'n: Veggie - informal. Vegetable. Vegetarian.
def'n: Vegetable - Plant whose fruit, shoots, stems, leaves, roots, or other parts are used for food.
MIDGE FRIDGE - Rhyme: The name Midge with the word fridge.
def'n: Fridge - informal. Refrigerator.
def'n: Refrigerator - Box, room, appliance, etc., that keeps foods and other items cool, usually by mechanical means.
LEFTOVER GROVER - Rhyme: The name Grover with the word leftover
def'n: Leftover - Thing that is left. Scraps of food from a meal are leftovers. That is left; remaining: leftover meat.
DIVIN' IVAN - Rhyme: The name Ivan with the word dive(+ing).
def'n: Dive - Plunge, usually headfirst, into or under water. Enter deeply or plunge (into a matter). The act of diving.
def'n: Diver - A person or thing that dives.
WALTER SPORT = Water sport.
def'n: Water - The liquid that constitutes rain, oceans, rivers, lakes, and ponds. Body of water; sea, lake, river, etc.
def'n: Sport - Game or pastime requiring some skill and usually involving a certain amount of physical exercise.
FRITZ SPRITZ - Rhyme: The name Fritz with the word spritz. Parody of the old RCA records logo and mascot (of a dog putting his ear up to a speaker cone).
def'n: Spritz - Spray water or other liquid on; sprinkle. A jet of liquid; spray.
ELLA P. RECORD - LP record = long-playing record.
def'n: Long-playing record - A phonograph record playing at 33 1/3 revolutions per minute.
HEARTLESS HAL - Hal; H name to go with the word heartless.
def'n: Heartless - Without kindness or sympathy. Unfeeling; cruel. Without courage, spirit, emotion, or enthusiasm.
BOWEN ARROW = Bow and arrow. Parody of the Valentine's character Cupid.
def'n: Bow - Weapon for shooting arrows, usually consisting of an arched strip of flexible wood with a string or cord stretched tight between the two ends.
def'n: Cupid - Figure of a winged child used as a symbol of love.
STINKIN' STELLA - Stella; S name to go with the word stink(ing).
def'n: Stink - A very bad smell. To have a bad smell. Have a very bad reputation. To be offensive.
SMELLIN' HELEN - Rhyme: The name Helen with the word smell(ing).
def'n: Smell - Cause to have a bad odor or scent. To give out a bad smell; stink. The act of smelling; sniff.
STU SPEW - Rhyme: The name Stu with the word spew.
def'n: Spew - Throw out; cast forth; vomit. Something that is spewed; vomit.
SLIMIN' SIMON - Rhyme: The name Simon with the word slime(+ing).
def'n: Slime - Soft, sticky mud or something like it. A sticky substance given off by snails, slugs, etc. Disgusting filth. Cover or smear with or as if with slime.
MOE BILE = Mobile.
def'n: Mobile - Decoration suspended on wires or threads to shift in currents of air.
def'n: Dangle - To hang or swing loosely. To hang about. To cause to dangle.
GRAHAM BELL = Alexander Graham Bell.
def'n: Alexander Graham Bell - 1847-1922. American physicist, born in Scotland, inventor of the telephone.
def'n: Bell - A hollow metal cup that makes a musical sound when struck by a capper or hammer.
DEATH NELL = Death bell; death's toll. The famous death tolling bell Death Knell.
def'n: Death - The act of dying or condition of being dead. A cause or manner of dying.
def'n: Bell - A stroke on a bell to mark the hour. The time indicated by the striking of a bell.
def'n: Toll - To announce or summon by tolling. The sound of a tolling bell.
SHIFTING SANDY = Shifting Sand; as in the phrase "The shifting sands of time".
def'n: Shift - Move from one place, position, person, etc., to another.
def'n: Sand - Tiny grains of warn-down or disintegrated rock: the sands of the desert. Sand in an hour glass.
GRAINY JANEY - Rhyme: The name Janey with the word grainy.
def'n: Grainy - Made up of grains; granular.
def'n: Granular - Consisting of or containing grains or granules.
MESSY BESSIE - Rhyme: The name Bessie with the word messy.
def'n: Messy - In a mess; like a mess; untidy; in disorder; dirty.
UNCLEAN HELENE - Rhyme: The name Helene with the word unclean.
def'n: Un - prefix. As in "not"; the opposite of.
def'n: Clean - Free from dirt or filth; not soiled or stained.
FLOWIN' OWEN - Rhyme: The name Owen with the word flow(ing).
def'n: Flow - Run like water; move in a current or stream. To pour out. An overflowing. Be plentiful; be full and overflowing.
RUSSELL SPOUT = A pun on the food item "Brussel sprout(s)".
def'n: Spout - Throw out (a liquid) in a stream or spray. Flow out with force; spurt.
JAMES FLAMES - Rhyme: The name James with the word flames.
def'n: Flame - A burning with flames; blaze. One of the glowing tongues of light that shoot out from a blazing fire.
def'n: Flaming - Burning with flames; on fire; hot.
BURNIN' VERNON - Rhyme: The name Vernon with the word burn(ing).
def'n: Burning - Glowing; hot.
def'n: Burn - Be on fire; be very hot; blaze; glow.
HALEY'S VOMIT = Halley's Comet.
Comet named after the English astronomer Edmond Halley, 1656-1742.
def'n: Comet - A bright heavenly body with a starlike center with a cloudy tail of light which revolves around the sun.
def'n: Vomit - Expel the contents of the stomach through the mouth.
INTER STELLA = Interstellar.
def'n: Interstellar - Situated or taking place between the stars; in the region of the stars: interstellar space.
CHOPPED SUSIE = Chop suey.
def'n: Chop suey - Fried or stewed meat and vegetables cut up and cooked together in a sauce, usually served with rice.
def'n: Chop - Cut by hitting with something sharp. Make by cutting.
= Chain saw.
def'n: Chain saw - A power saw with an endless chain of saw-toothed links, used in logging, etc.
def'n: Saw - Tool for cutting; machine with such a tool for cutting.
= The sentence "Pumping air in".
def'n: Pump - Blow air into: pump up a car's flat tires.
def'n: Air - The odorless, tasteless, and invisible mixture of gases that surrounds the earth and supports every form of life; atmosphere.
def'n: In - In or into some place.
= Will explode.
def'n: Will - Be able to; can; may.
def'n: Explode - Burst with a loud noise; blow up. Burst violently because of the pressure of one or more gases.
JOSH - Rhyme: The name Josh with the word squash(ed).
def'n: Squash - Squeeze, press, or flatten into a mass or pulp; crush. Be pressed into a flat mass or pulp.
- Rhyme: The name Rose with the word squoze (past tense of squeeze).
def'n: Sqeeze - To press together; compress. An act of squeezing.
|322A||K.O.'D KARL -
Karl; K name to go with the words knock out(ed).
def'n: Knock out - Make helpless, unconscious, etc.; defeat. Defeat an opponent by hitting him so that he falls to the canvas ten seconds or more. Destroy.
WARREN - Rhyme: The name Warren with the word spar(ring).
def'n: Spar - Make motions of attack and defense with the arms and fists; box. A boxing match.
LISA - Semi-rhyme: The name Lisa with the words piece of.
def'n: Piece - One of the parts into which a thing is divided or broken; bit: a piece of wood.
= Wedding bell(s).
def'n: Wedding - A marriage ceremony.
def'n: Bell - A hollow metal cup that makes a musical sound when struck by a clapper or hammer.
|324A||WAFFLE IRA =
def'n: Waffle iron - Utensil in which waffles are cooked, consisting of two hinged griddles having projections on the inside which form indentations in the waffle.
GRETA - Greta; G name to go with the word griddle(d).
def'n: Griddle - A heavy, flat plate, usually of metal, on which to cook pancakes, bacon, etc.
- Rhyme: The name Marcel with the word parcel.
def'n: Parcel - Bundle of things wrapped or packed together; package.
CAREN = The phrase "Handle with care".
United States Postal System package stamp warning postal workers to handle item carefully.
def'n: Handle - Touch, feel, hold, or move with the hand.
def'n: With - Having, wearing, carrying, etc. By means of.
def'n: Care - Serious attention. Object of concern or attention.
HEATHER - Rhyme: The name Heather with the word leather.
def'n: Leather - Material made from the skin of animals. Article made of leather: leather gloves.
|326B||CHAINED SHANE -
Rhyme: The name Shane with the word chain(ed).
def'n: Chain - Series of metal or other links joined together. Bonds; fetters. Imprisonment or bondage. Bind; restrain; fetter. Keep in prison; make a slave of.
- Nina; N name to go with the word needle(d).
def'n: Needle - A slender rod used in knitting. Rod with a hook at one end used in crocheting, etc. Slender tool used in sewing.
BRITTANY - Rhyme: The name Brittany with the word knit(ting).
def'n: Knit - Make (cloth or an article of clothing) by looping yarn or thread together with long needles.
AMBER = Glowing embers.
def'n: Ember - Piece of wood or coal still glowing in the ashes of a fire. Ashes in which there is still some fire.
- Rhyme: The name Dwight with the word bright.
def'n: Bright - Giving much light; shining vivid; glowing. Lively or cheerful: a bright smile.
- Rhyme: The name Lem with the word phlegm.
def'n: Phlegm - The thick mucus discharged into the mouth and throat during a cold or other respiratory disease.
HEIDI = Gezundteight.
German word for "Bless you" or "Excuse you" (ex.; after sneezing).
def'n: Bless - Wish good to.
def'n: Excuse - Pardon to forgive.
def'n: Sneeze - To expel air forcibly from the mouth and nose in an explosive, involuntary spasm.
= Lot of 'Lotta'.
def'n: A lot of or, often, Lots of - informal. A great many; much. One of a set of objects, such as bits of paper, etc.
def'n: Duplicate - Exactly like something else. One or two things exactly alike; an exact copy. Make an exact copy of; repeat exactly.
- Rhyme: The name Page with the word cage.
def'n: Cage - Frame or place closed in with wires, strong iron bars, or wood. Birds and wild animals are kept in cages. Thing shaped or used like a cage.
= Tummy ache.
def'n: Tummy - informal. Stomach.
def'n: Stomachache - Pain in the stomach.
= Sling shot.
def'n: Sling shot - A Y-shaped stick with a band of rubber between its prongs, used to shoot pebbles, rocks, etc.
FIRE = The phrase "Ready, aim, fire!".
def'n: Ready - Prepared for action or use at once.
def'n: Aim - Point or direct (a gun, blow, etc.) in order to hit a target.
def'n: Fire - The shooting or discharge of guns, etc.
def'n: Orthodontist - Dentist who specializes in orthodontics.
def'n: Orthodontics - Branch of dentistry that deals with straightening and adjusting teeth.
= Root canal.
def'n: Root canal - Passage in the root of a tooth through which nerves and vessels pass to the pulp.
ASHES = The funeral phrase "Ashes to ashes".
def'n: Ashes - What remains of a dead body when burned. A dead body; corpse.
DUST = The funeral phrase "Dust to dust".
def'n: Dust - Fine, dry earth. Earth; ground.
Definitions taken from: The American Heritage Dictionary.