definitions of words sounding the same as /rite/ GOOD ONES: Indication of freshness?
SLAP Phone in a play, e.g.
PROP [not write a poor drama] Rover's turf
MARS [I thought dog, of course] Worker at home
UMP [I thought Mom] BTW: Sleep on it
COT and SHEET [neither noun can be defined by the verbal phrase "sleep on it" which is an imperative --- the laws of syntax forbid it --- the clue must be changed to a declarative as in the mundane "One can sleep on it"]
Happy Thanksgiving. I'm not sure when newspapers stopped running holiday themed puzzles, but they were fun. I suppose it is sophisticated to be iconoclastic; and if so, given all my education, where did I go wrong?
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun