Sorrrryyy! Don't know why but I was so tired last night I lay down at 8:30 and 6:30am I awoke! I can see why you are whistling and awaiting me to post Funnel as you managed to fool BOTH Tobyn and Corky (and you guessed Corky would choose yours so an extra 1/2 ) !! But you didn't fool Glo-ree-bee who guessed correctly......and Funnel...you gave a point back to Tobyn!
Now for zoopsia (ZOOP-see-ah), a rather unusual word!
1. A form of hallucination in which the sufferer imagines he sees animals
2. Soup with a clear broth
3. A rarely used jump in ice-skating
4. Having animal-like facial features
Have fun with that one and going to go post a word.
:clap: Congrats on getting me to pick yours Funnel! ! I do find it ironic that we picked each others bluff though! LOL
Now for today . . . . We know from previous discussions that the suffix "sia" or "psia" is 'having the condition of' so we are left with 'zoop' or 'zoo'. So it has to do with animals. Having the condition of animals or animal like . . . .
Based on all that, I will take 1. A form of hallucination in which the sufferer imagines he sees animals
Yesterday was great!
Thank you Corky and Tobyn! :doubleup:
I can even live with giving you a point Tobyn! I seems we were thinking the same way with the "believing"...
Over to todays word. Even if it sounds unlikely I think I will go for #2.
Zoo and animal sounds too obvious.
Oh no, I just realize I did an independent choice again... wonder who will get a point from me now?
It is another 'ia' ending . . . .so Funnel may very well be on the right track with guessing the answer that has "condition" in it. I will go along with that and pick 3. A condition known as writer's cramp.
We either are both correct, or give a couple of points to Corky or Beryl!
A brave woman, Corky... I would've considered giving a point for that but I'm giving one to Beryl for her definition and one to each of the 'pack'! Let's see what you all do with millimole (MILL-ee-mol)
1. Planer used at wood mills
2. A place to anchor a ship when it is in the roads
Great! Almost all got a point for the correct answer yesterday! And Beryl got another point from Corky. :doubleup:
Corky, haven't you seen what usually happens to me when I am going independent? :whistle:
My guess for today... well I have to say that Beryl and Tobyn seems to be on to something here. I think mole is used in the chemistry and is specifies a number of elements in a substance.
It is likely that millimole then can be a thousand of a mole.
OK, I have to agree with "the pack" and go for #4.