Altered States Beethoven’s fifths?
SOLS [as in do–re-mi…]Old Italian dough
Theme: phrases with additional letters completing the name of statesHaving a sense of the Prairie state? FEELINGILL
INOISClose to the Magnolia state? NEARMISS
ISSIPPI Aware of
INON [I’d clue INON with “party to” and save “aware of” for ONTO.] What it takes, in an inclusive idiom
ALLSORTS [isn’t the idiom “it takes all kinds
”?] Spring month in Paris
MAI [Since that’s French, I’d go with “Actress Britt.”]Med. To Hans
MEER [Since that’s German, I’d go with “Kat or shaum start” --- only if I had to]Sorbonne silk
SOIE [Since that’s French, I’d go with “silk ilk.”]Spring month in Paris
ETE [Since that’s French and I have no English alternative, I’d avoid it.]
Foreign terms teem: STES, MASSE, ISLAS, ASSAI, LIRA, TSOS, ANNO
plus the four above.
Three grins = Excellent: Loved it; Two grins = Good: Enjoyed it; One grin = Satisfactory: A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Unsatisfying: No fun