common phrases with the final -ER removed yielding odd ones GOOD ONES
MORNING-PAP New member of the faith shaking things up?
CATALYTIC-CONVERT Foot pain location?
CHEESE-BURG Tired of watching Downton Abbey?
SERIAL-NUMB People at the supermarket counter?
magazine] Drying-out problem
DTS [I thought rot --- alcoholics can get the DT's on withdrawal, or drying out
] Bee student
SPELLER [I thought apiary] Cook, for one: Abbr.
CAPT BTW: Befuddled
means on the sea; at sea
RAN-LOW [when our ketchup runs low we hardly feel alarmed --- perhaps "alarmingly" is there to make it tougher; it did for me]
When did film noir become noir?
OLD-ROSE sounds more like my aunt than a color.
Place for a hog? ROAD [could be a road hog or a Harley]
Good thinking HORSE-SENSE [why is good thinking associated with horses, which are not terribly intelligent?]
I am happy to learn that the iron has been replaced by a cat. Who says the world is going to pot?
Am I getting dumber or are these puzzles getting harder?
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun