101 : 6TH SERIES
MOIST JOYCE - Rhyme: the name Joyce with the word moist.
def'n: Moist - Slightly wet; damp. Dampness.
JOEL HOLE - Rhyme: the name Joel with the word hole.
def'n: Hole - A cavity in a solid. A hollow place. Golf. One of the divisions of a golf course,
from tee to cup.
TEED-OFF TOM - Tom; T name to go with the words teed-off.
def'n: Tee - A small peg with a concave top for holding a golf ball for an initial drive. To place
on a tee.
def'n: Tee off - To drive a golf ball from the tee. slang. To start. To make or become angry.
WHACKED-UP WALLY - Wally; W name to go with the words whacked-up.
def'n: Whack - to strike, hit, or slap with a sharp, resounding blow. A sharp hard blow.
PADDLIN' MADELINE - Rhyme: The name Madeline with the word paddlin' (paddling).
def'n: Paddle - A light wooden racket. To beat with a paddle.
INTENSE PAYNE = Intense pain.
def'n: Intense - Of great intensity; degree. Involving or showing great concentration or strain.
def'n: Pain - An unpleasant sensation arising from injury, disease, or emotional disorder. Suffering.
FIRST ADA = First aid.
def'n: First aid - Emergency treatment administered to injured or sick persons.
SEE MORE SEYMOUR - Rhyme: The name Seymour with the words "see more".
def'n: See - To perceive with the eye; have the power of sight.
def'n: More - Greater in amount. Additional; extra. To a greater extent or degree.
COY ROY - Rhyme: The name Roy with the word coy. Name found in the Paul Simon song "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover".
def'n: Coy - Shy, especially affectedly so.
UPLIFTIN' CLIFTON - Rhyme: The name Clifton with the word upliftin' (uplifting).
def'n: Uplift - To raise up or aloft; elevate. The act of lifting up.
AIRHEAD JED - Rhyme: The name Jed with the word airhead.
def'n: Air - As a prefix makes compounds denoting things in, of, or having to do with the air.
Airhead - informal. Dumb, ditzy.
def'n: Head - Intellect; mind.
OTTO WHACK = Out of whack.
def'n: Out - Not in the usual or right state.
def'n: Out of - From a given condition: Her back is out of place.
def'n: Whack - slang. Out of place.
ELLIOT MESS = Elliot Ness.
1902 - 1957. A law enforcement agent against bootlegging and illegal activities involving the mob.
Unit became a household name after the novel "The Untouchables" and movie was released.
def'n: Mess - A disorderly mass or accumulation; jumble. A confusing state of affairs.
OFF-COLOR CLARA - Clara; C name to go with the words off-color.
def'n: Off-color - Varying from the expected or required color. In bad taste.
BRUSHED-OFF BRENDA - Brenda: Br name to go with the words brushed-off.
def'n: Brush off - slang. An abrupt dismissal.
def'n: Brush - A device consisting of bristles or other flexible material fastened into a handle for
GNAWING NORA - Nora; N name to go with the word gnaw(ing).
def'n: Gnaw - To bite or chew persistently. To cause persistent pain or distress.
NERVOUS NELLIE - A phrase for someone who is always intensely distressed.
def'n: Nervous - High-strung; jittery. Uneasy; anxious.
TINY TIM - A pun of the character name "Tiny Tim" from the X-mas movie "A Christmas Carol".
def'n: Tiny - Extremely small.
- Rhyme: The name Saul with the word small.
def'n: Small - Little in size. Not fully grown; very young.
TRASHY TRUDY - Trudy; Tr name to go with the word trash(y).
def'n: Trash - Worthless or discarded material or objects; refuse.
ROSE DISPOSE - Rhyme: The name Rose with the word dispose.
def'n: Dispose - To get rid of. The act of throwing out or away.
TOM THUMB - A parody of the fairy tale character "Tom Thumb".
def'n: Thumb - The first digit of the hand, opposable to the other four fingers. To soil or wear by
BRIDGET DIGIT - Rhyme: The name Bridget with the word digit.
def'n: Digit - A finger or toe.
GEORGE WASHINGDONE - A pun of the 1st President's name "George Washington".
1732 - 1799. 1st U.S. President 1789 - 1797.
def'n: Wash-and-wear (Wash-and-done) - Treated so as to require little or no ironing after being
def'n: Wash - To cleanse, using water, with soap.
def'n: Done - completely accomplished or finished.
PRESSED PRESTON - Semi-rhyme: The name Preston with the word press(ed).
def'n: Press - To iron.
def'n: Iron - An appliance with a weighted flat bottom, used when heated to press fabric.
JOAN CLONE - Rhyme: The name Joan with the word clone.
def'n: Clone - To create a genetic duplicate of (an individual organism) asexually.
WARTY WARD - Semi-rhyme: The name Ward with the word wart(y).
def'n: Wart - A small, usually hard growth on the outer skin, especially one caused by a virus.
CRACKED CRYSTAL = Cracked crystal; a play on words.
def'n: Crack - To break or cause to break with a sharp sound. A cracking vocal tone or sound.
def'n: Crystal - A body, such as a piece of quartz, having such a structure. Something similar
to crystal, as in transparency.
SHRILL JILL - Rhyme: The name Jill with the word shrill.
def'n: Shrill - High-pitched and piercing. To produce a shrill sound.
TROY TOY - Rhyme: The name Troy with the word toy.
def'n: Toy - An object for children to play with.
LOOSE SPRING = Loose spring; a play on words.
def'n: Loose - Not tightly fastened or secured. Lacking a sense of something.
def'n: Spring - An elastic device, especially a coil of wire, that regains its original shape after
being compressed or extended.
LOLLY POPPY = Lollipop (also Lollypop).
def'n: Lollipop (Lollypop) - A piece of hard candy on the end of a stick.
LILY POPPED = Lollipop; a play on words.
def'n: Pop (Popped) - To put or thrust suddenly: Popped the candy into my mouth.
MONTE ZUMA = Montezuma.
A pun on the emperor name "Montezuma II"; 1480? - 1520. The last Aztec emperor of Mexico.
def'n: Temple - A building or place dedicated to the worship or the presence of a deity.
PAGAN MEGAN - Rhyme: The name Megan with the word pagan.
def'n: Pagan - One who is not a Christian, Moslem, or Jew; heathen.
NASAL HAZEL = Rhyme: The name Hazel with the word nasal.
def'n: Nasal - Of or relating to the nose. Uttered so that most of the air is exhaled through
def'n: Nose - The structure on the face that contains the nostrils.
SNOTTY LOTTIE = Rhyme: The name Lottie with the word snot(ty).
def'n: Snot - slang. Nasal mucus; phlegm.
PIERCED PEARL = Pierced ear, pearl earrings; a play on words.
def'n: Pierce - To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument. Pierced ears.
def'n: Pearl - A smooth, often rounded lustrous deposit formed in the shells of certain
oyster and other mollusks and valued as a gem. One likened to a pearl in beauty or value.
CHEAP JEWEL = Cheap jewel, cheap jewelry: a play on words.
def'n: Cheap - Inexpensive. Of little value. Of poor quality, inferior. Charging low prices.
def'n: Jewel - A precious stone; gem. A person or thing that is greatly admired or valued.
def'n: Jewelry - An ornament of precious metal set with or without gems.
BEA STING = Bee sting.
def'n: Bee - Any of a large number of various related insects typically having hairy bodies
and showing gradations from elaborately organized colonies to solitary nests. Only the
queen and the workers have stings.
def'n: Sting - Use (of) a sting: Bees, wasps, and hornets sting. To pierce or wound with a
sharp-pointed organ. Causing a sharp pain.
SCREAMING MIMI = Screaming mee mies.
def'n: Screaming mee mies - slang. Overwhelming nervousness; Extreme agitation.
def'n: Screaming - One that screams; A loud, sharp, piercing cry from fright or anger.
CASPER GASPER - Rhyme: The name Casper with the word gasp(er).
def'n: Gasp - Try hard to get one's breath with open mouth, as if out of breath or surprised.
One about to die; at the last gasp.
UNCOOL CARL - Carl; C name to go with the word (un)cool.
"Un" meaning "Not".
def'n: Cool - Somewhat cold; more cold than hot. Admirable; excellent. Something cool.
Calm restraint, presence of mind.
CLAIRE STARE - Rhyme: The name Claire with the word stare.
def'n: Stare - To look long and directly with the eyes wide open; gaze fixedly. A long and
direct look with the eyes wide open.
BLOODSHOT SCOTT - Rhyme: The name Scott with the word bloodshot.
def'n: Bloodshot - Red and inflamed from broken or swollen blood vessels; bloodshot eyes.
MANUEL LABOR = Manual labor.
def'n: Manual - Of or having to do with the hands; done with the hands, manual labor.
def'n: Labor - Work; especially manual work, done by skilled and unskilled workers for wages.
HANDY ANDY - Rhyme: The name Andy with the word handy.
def'n: Handy - Easy to reach or use. To be useful or helpful. Skillful with the hands;
dexterous. Easy to handle.
ASHLEY TRAY = Ashtray.
def'n: Ashtray - A small dish to put tobacco ashes in.
BERNIE BURNS - Semi-rhyme: The name Bernie with the word burn(s).
def'n: Burn - Become injured, charred, singed, scorched, etc., by heat. Make by heat: The
cigar burned a hole in the rug.
PAM HAM - Rhyme: The name Pam with the word ham.
def'n: Ham - Meat from the upper part of a hog's hind leg; usually salted and smoked. Back
thigh and buttock.
COLE CUT = Cold cut, cold cuts.
def'n: Cold cuts - Slices of cooked or prepared meat, such as corned beef, salami, tongue, and
ham, served cold.
def'n: Cut - To separate into parts with a sharp-edged instrument; sever. A part that has been
cut from an animal: cuts of pork.
WES MESS - Rhyme: The name Wes with the word mess.
def'n: Mess - A dirty or untidy mass of group of things. Confusion or difficulty.
- Semi-rhyme: The name Ken with the words trash-can.
def'n: Trash - Anything of little or no worth; rubbish. Disreputable people.
def'n: Can - A metal container, usually with a cover or lid; a trash can.
CANARY - Rhyme: The name Harry with the word
def'n: Canary - A small yellow songbird; often kept as a pet.
CAGE = Bird cage.
def'n: Bird - Any of a class of warm-blooded vertebrates that lay eggs, have a body covered
with feathers, two legs, and the forelimbs as wings. slang. Person; He's an odd bird.
def'n: Cage - Frame or place closed in with wires for birds.
= Ugly hands.
def'n: Ugly - Very unpleasant to look at. Offensive.
def'n: Hand - The end part of the arm, below the wrist, which can grasp or hold objects.
HAND - Rhyme: The name Jan with the word hand.
def'n: Hand - The terminal part of the arm below the wrist.
CLEANER - Semi-rhyme: The name Trina with the
def'n: Cleaner - Person whose work keeping buildings, windows, or other objects clean.
Tool or machine for cleaning. Vacuum cleaner.
- Sybil; S name to go with the word sucking' (sucking).
def'n: Suck - Draw something from with the mouth. Draw in by sucking. A sucking force
or sound. Act of sucking.
def'n: Suction - the production of a vacuum. The force caused by suction.
- Todd; T name to go with the word totaled.
def'n: Totaled - slang. To wreck (a vehicle) completely.
def'n: Wreck - Partial or total destruction of a motor vehicle.
- Rhyme: The name Owen with the word towin' (towing).
def'n: Tow - Pull by a rope, chain, etc. The act of towing. Something that is towed.
SPARK - Rhyme: The name Marc with the word spark.
def'n: Spark - A small bit of fire. A bright flash; gleam; sparkle. To send out small bits
of fire; produce sparks. A lively, showy man; dandy. To make (someone) enthusiastic.
BOMB = cherry bomb.
def'n: Cherry - bright red.
def'n: Bomb - Projectile filled with a bursting charge exploded by a fuse.
def'n: Firework - Any spectacular display.
ATRIC = Geriatric.
def'n: Geriatric - For or having to do with elderly people, old age, and geriatrics. (Branch
of medicine dealing with old age).
WRINKLIN' = Abraham Lincoln.
1809 - 1865. The 16th President of the U.S. from 1861 - 1865.
def'n: Wrinkle - An irregular ridge or fold; crease. (In skin).
- Semi-rhyme: The name Ray with the word radar.
def'n: Radar - Instrument for determining the distance, direction, speed, etc., of unseen
objects by the reflection of microwave radio waves.
DROPPIN' = Eaves dropping.
def'n: Eaves drop - Listen to talk one is not supposed to hear. Eavesdropper.
= Old Glory.
def'n: Old Glory - The flag of the U.S.; stars and stripes.
CAN YOU SEE = "Oh, say can you see".
The opening lyrics to the Star-Spangled Banner.
def'n: Star-Spangled Banner - The national anthem of the United States. The words were
composed by Francis Scott Key during the war of 1812.
- Rhyme: The name Maureen with the word clean.
def'n: Clean - Free from dirt or filth; not soiled or stained; clean clothes. Make clean by
removing dirt, rubbish, etc.
- Rhyme: The name Ryan with the word dryin' (drying).
def'n: Dry - not wet, not moist; dry clothes. To become dry: Clothes dry in the sun.
TREE - Rhyme: The name Lee with the word tree.
def'n: Tree - A large perennial plant with a woody trunk and usually having branches and
leaves at some distance from the ground.
FOREST = Sherwood Forest.
def'n: Sherwood Forest - A royal forest near Nottingham, England, where Robin Hood and
his men are said to have lived.
def'n: A large area of land covered with trees; thick woods; woodland.
= Welcome mat. (Placed at one's front door).
def'n: Welcome - Greet kindly; give a friendly reception to. Receive gladly.
def'n: Mat - A piece of coarse fabric like a small rug, made of woven rushes, fiber, straw,
rope, etc., used for floor covering, for wiping mud from the shoes, etc.
|244b|| MUDDY MAUDE
- Maude; M name to go with the word mud(dy).
def'n: Mud - Soft, sticky, wet earth.
def'n: Muddy - Of or like mud. Having much mud; covered with mud.
|245a||SHISH K. BOB
= Shish kebab (also Shish kebob).
def'n: Shish kebab - Dish of kabab roasted or broiled on skewers.
def'n: Kabab - Meat cut in small pieces, seasoned with various spices, and roasted on skewers.
Q. = Barbeque.
def'n: Barbeque - Barbecue.
def'n: Barbecue - An outdoor meal in which meat is roasted over an open fire. Grill or open
fireplace for cooking meat. Meat roasted.
JOHN = John.
def'n: John - slang. Toilet; bathroom.
def'n: Toilet - Bathroom or lavatory. Porcelain bowl for disposal of waste material from the
body. Process of dressing, bathing, combing the hair, and putting clothes on.
- Floyd; Fl name to go with the word flush(ing).
def'n: Flush - To send a sudden flow of water. Glowing vigor; freshness.
HEAP = Rusty heap.
def'n: Rusty - Covered with rust; rusted. No longer good or effective.
def'n: Heap - A pile of many things thrown or lying together. informal. A large amount.
slang. An old car.
- Rhyme: The name Justin with the word rust(ing).
def'n: Rust - The reddish-brown or orange coating that forms on iron or steel by oxidation of
the surface metal when exposed to air or moisture. Corrosion. Deteriorate. Harmful
influence on character.
COLLECTOR - Rhyme: The name Hector with the
def'n: Collector - A person or thing that collects.
def'n: Collect - to gather together for a set.
def'n: Collection - Act or practice of collecting.
Acronym for the Garbage Pail Kids card craze manufactured by Topps between 1985 - 1988
def'n: Acronym - Word formed from the first letters of words.
= Rhyme: The name Lenny with the word many.
def'n: Many - Consisting of a great number; numerous. A large number of people or things.
A fairly large number.
- Rhyme: the name Carlotta with slang word lotta (lots of).
def'n: Lot - number of persons or things considered as a group; set; collection. Lots of,
informal. A great many; much.
- Rhyme: The name Ed with the words newly-dead. Parody of the term newly-wed.
def'n: Newly - Lately; recently.
def'n: Dead - No longer living; that has died. Without life. Very tired; worn-out.
def'n: Newly-dead - A person who has recently become dead. (Similar to the word newlywed;
One who had recently become married/wed).
Definitions taken from: The American Heritage Dictionary.