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  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    @jwllmsjnb (US1) 
    I have no clue ... is it grief ?

    @jwllmsjnb (US1)
     A son ? 
    I seriously have no clue. 
    Sorry, neither are right. Another clue to my word: yield to something, but not necessarily give up

    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • Jenny1979 (GR1)Jenny1979 (GR1) GR1 Posts: 1,594
    edited 26.09.2020
    @jwllmsjnb (US1)
    that got me more confused 
    is it pride and strength?

                                
                                     
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  • Jesse123 (INT1)Jesse123 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 1,558
    @jwllmsjnb (US1)    surrendered??

    by jonquille6
  • Beautiful we are :) Tourists loves to visit us. Where are we located?


  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    @jwllmsjnb (US1)    surrendered??
    @jwllmsjnb (US1)
    that got me more confused 
    is it pride and strength?
    Getting closer, but no cigar. The answer is in the first three pics, an action of the gif, and the last one posted is a definition.

    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • Jenny1979 (GR1)Jenny1979 (GR1) GR1 Posts: 1,594
    @AwesomeKFS (US1)
    Muskoka Canada?

                                
                                     
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  • Jenny1979 (GR1)Jenny1979 (GR1) GR1 Posts: 1,594
    edited 27.09.2020
    @jwllmsjnb (US1)
    now I am more confused , I can't see how the three pics and the gif connect
    is it maybe... faith?

                                
                                     
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    Here is my set of 4 images; it might be a bit too hard. Answer is 1 word
    -dapikalman
  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    @dapikalman (US1) elementary?


    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    edited 28.09.2020
    @dapikalman (US1) groups?

    The gold is really throwing me.  Another guess, reasoning?

    Union?
    Post edited by jwllmsjnb (US1) on

    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • @jwllmsjnb (US1)

    YES! You got it! I would've taken element or elementary
    -dapikalman
  • Hello, GREAT WORK Everyone!
    @dapikalman (US1) @jwllmsjnb (US1)  Dapik, you worried Your Question was too hard  lol  The first player to try got it!  Remember, we have some pretty smart players in our forum. You can make a harder one.
    There is no limit on how many questions YOU can post in Your Contest unless YOU ALL make a rule like that :-)
    nice one jw :-)   Elementary my Dear Dapikal
     <3 
  • BugsBunnyBugsBunny Moderator, ModGreen Posts: 1,530

    Union of Sets using Venn Diagram  Diagrammatic Representation of Sets

    Ohh No, Isn't this the Venn Diagram from Discrete Mathematics?  :#
  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    @Jenny1979 (GR1)   @Jesse123 (INT1)

    My word is the name of a physical object you can see in pictures 1 & 2.  And, the name of the actions you see in 3 & 4.

    Since it seems there a only a few contributing to this contest, if you give up, I will tell you the answer and post another.


    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • @jwllmsjnb (US1)

    Is is stare or stair?
    -dapikalman
  • Jesse123 (INT1)Jesse123 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 1,558
    @jwllmsjnb (US1) I guess @dapikalman (US1) got it this time.
    Should have given the clue earlier :P haha just kidding. I got confused each time you said I was close to the answer lol. 

    by jonquille6
  • Hello, what do these things have in common?


    Hmm, I wonder......?

    For this question lets change the rules again. It's fun to change the rules :-)
    1 Willy Point for guess's that are close to correct
    2 Willy points for Guess's I haven't thought of or make me laugh
    3 Willy Points for my Correct Answer.
     <3 
  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    @dapikalman (US1) "   @Jesse123 (INT1)

    Though stair fits, that is not the word. It's a synonym to stair, though, and more specific. Will wait to hear if Jenny gives up, then post answer.


    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    edited 29.09.2020
    @WillyBigFoot

    Grandma words 

    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • Jesse123 (INT1)Jesse123 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 1,558
    Hello, what do these things have in common?
    Words which I probably will never use. 

    by jonquille6
  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    I've been known to use discombobulate and gobbledygook. I just like the way they sound. lol


    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • Jesse123 (INT1)Jesse123 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 1,558
    edited 29.09.2020
    I've been known to use discombobulate and gobbledygook. I just like the way they sound. lol

    well discombobulate is common. The others sound funny lol
          gobbledygook?  :D I'll stick to gibberish lol

    by jonquille6
  • Jenny1979 (GR1)Jenny1979 (GR1) GR1 Posts: 1,594
    sorry, I am having some issues with forum
    it doesnt recognise me as jenny , only as a visitor, very frustrating
    anyway ...
     @jwllmsjnb (US1)  I really have no idea . I thought stair was the answer
    I think you posted a very difficult quiz for us  so no I dont have the answer here


                                
                                     
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  • Jenny1979 (GR1)Jenny1979 (GR1) GR1 Posts: 1,594
    @WillyBigFoot
    oh didnt you here? Its a language 
    its called wowhigobdis  :D:D:D 

    not many know how to speak this language
    I am surprised you know about it ha ha ha 

    its actually an ancient dialect spoken in some english villages 
    has many many "interesting" words 
    used from the villagers who wanted foreign people not be able to understand them
    yes... you can twist your tongue very easily
    of course.. I speak wowhibobdis very well , not a problem for me here ha ha ha 

    I'll show you an example

    Hey you ... why you make kerfuffle?
    very hullaballoo and gobbledygook 
    whippersnaper too!
    gibberish,discombobulate, flumox ... stop lollygag

    and all that means 

    Hey you... why are you making so much noise?
    you shout and make such a fuss and you are full of nonsense 
    you are very arrogant too. you think you know everything
    your words have little meaning, you want to confuse us all , stop wasting time and being lazy

    you see? very interesting dialect ... indeed 
     :D  :D:D

                                
                                     
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  • Jesse123 (INT1)Jesse123 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 1,558
    edited 29.09.2020
    its actually an ancient dialect spoken in some english villages
    its called wowhigobdis  :D:D:D 
    Googling this word and believing it exists made me lose some brain cells. 
    Hope the cat didn't smash the keyboard lol.

    by jonquille6
  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
    My word was stoop. The father and son are sitting on the stoop, the holy water holder is called a stoop, the taller man is stooping down to the boy, and the act of stripping or demoting an officer is called to stoop.

    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • @jwllmsjnb (US1)

    Rats. I almost got it. I really like your style of 1-word answers though.
    -dapikalman
  • Jenny1979 (GR1)Jenny1979 (GR1) GR1 Posts: 1,594
    Googling this word and believing it exists made me lose some brain cells.
    Hope the cat didn't smash the keyboard lol.
    ha ha ha 
    you take the first letters of all the words Willybigfoot gave us and... there you have it 


                                
                                     
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  • jwllmsjnb (US1)jwllmsjnb (US1) US1 Posts: 401
     My new one word entry. It's easier, but I have more pics that I will add a day at a time till it is guessed. Just in case.




    “Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together.” – Paul Ryan
    Thanks to @farmerjohn 22 (US1)
  • @jwllmsjnb (US1)

    Is the world "bolt"?
    I know top right is a bolt (lock), bottom right is nuts and bolts, bottom left is a sieve (another word for bolt)
    -dapikalman

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