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Old November 18th, 2020, 03:04 PM
Paul Keating
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Default [Dixonary] Round 3120: BATSOME [Results]

Round 3120: BATSOME [Results] The winner of round 3120 is John Barrs, whose definition so closely paralleled the real definition that I had to combine them. That earned 7 votes for both Johnny and Professor Murray, but only Johnny is available to deal.

The real winner, in coveted second spot, is Dave Cunningham, with a natural score of 5.

A warm welcome to new player Deborah Fein.

1.        In the textile industry, a batsome is a coiled or wrapped unit of yarn or twine, as opposed to other materials like thread or rope, as well as other forms such as ball, cone, bobbin spool, etc.      
       Submitted by: Debbie Embler, who voted for: 3 & 12  
       Score: 0+2=2    
 
2.        Obs. hittable (of a baseball or softball pitch).    
       Submitted by: Tim Bourne, who voted for: 10 & 12  
       Votes from: John Barrs, Dave Cunningham    
       Score: 2+2=4    
 
3.        Having a pinched or drawn appearance.    
       Submitted by: Mike Shefler, who voted for: 5 & 8  
       Votes from: Debbie Embler, Tim Lodge    
       Score: 2    
 
4.        Disgusting; loathsome.    
       Submitted by: Judy Madnick who did not vote  
       Votes from: Alan Mallach, Efrem Mallach, Deborah Fein
       Score: 3    
 
5.        Mischievous; naughty.    
       Submitted by: Alan Mallach, who voted for: 4 & 8  
       Votes from: Mike Shefler, Nancy Shepherdson    
       Score: 2    
 
6.        Overweight; obese.    
       Submitted by: Nancy Shepherdson, who voted for: 5 & 12  
       Score: 0+2=2    
 
7.        Unappealing; ugly.    
       Submitted by: Shani Naylor, who voted for: 10 & 12  
       Votes from: Efrem Mallach    
       Score: 1+2=3    
 
8.        Mingled; confused.    
       Submitted by: Dan Widdis who did not vote  
       Votes from: Mike Shefler, Alan Mallach, Dave Cunningham, Ryan McGill  
       Score: 4    
 
9.        An African palm tree.
       Submitted by: Efrem Mallach, who voted for: 4 & 7
   
10.        Anglo-Indian. Useful.    
       Submitted by: Dave Cunningham, who voted for: 2 & 8  
       Votes from: Tim Bourne, Shani Naylor, John Barrs, Tony Abell, Ryan McGill
       Score: 5    
 
11.        A mixed-grain porridge eaten in East Africa.    
       Submitted by: Tim Lodge, who voted for: 3 & 12  
       Score: 0+2=2    
 
12.        (also: battable) Of pasture-land: Good for the sustenance of flocks and herds; feeding, fattening; fertile in pasture.
       Submitted by: John Barrs, who voted for: 2 & 10  
       Votes from: Tim Bourne, Shani Naylor, Nancy Shepherdson, Debbie Embler, Tim Lodge, Tony Abell, Deborah Fein    
       Score: 7
       Real definition from OED3
       Score: D7    



Player

Vote 1

Vote 2

Scores from votes

Guessed correctly

Total Score Tim Bourne

10

12

2

2

4 Mike Shefler

5

8

2

0

2 Shani Naylor

10

12

1

2

3 Nancy Shepherdson

5

12

0

2

2 John Barrs

2

10

7

0

7 Debbie Embler

3

12

0

2

2 Tim Lodge

3

12

0

2

2 Judy Madnick





3

0

3 Dan Widdis





4

0

4 Alan Mallach

4

8

2

0

2 Tony Abell

10

12

No def

2

2 Efrem Mallach

4

7

0

0

0 Dave Cunningham

2

8

5

0

5 Ryan McGill

8

10

No def

0

0 Deborah Fein

4

12

No def

2

2
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Paul Keating
Soustons, Nouvelle Aquitaine, France





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