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Old March 9th, 2018, 02:07 PM
Shani Naylor
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Default [Dixonary] Round 2877 - results

Kosche was indeed the Scottish word with the long etymology. Three players
guessed it. Our winner is Nancy, who scored five natural points with her
fossilized river sediment, and Tim L was the real winner with 3 points.

Take it away Nancy!



1. Gnarled; knotty.
Judy M, who voted *9* & 14. Score: 2

Votes from Nancy S & Dan W.

2. Coffee-flavored sherbet.
Tony A, who didn’t vote. Score: 2

Vote from Efrem M & Dan W.

3. Fermented camel's milk.
Mike Shefler, who voted 12 & 14. Score: 2

Votes from Keith H & Ryan M.

4. A tree native to tropical Africa yielding a wood often used as a
substitute for mahogany.
Efrem M, who voted 2 & 8. Score: 1

Vote from Ryan M.

5. A hereditary estate.
Tim L, who voted 6 & *9*. Score: 3.

Vote from Guerri.

6. Any matetrial added to paint for increased opacity.
Keith H, who voted 3 & 14. Score: 1

Vote from Tim L.

7. A type of Polish dumpling.
Dave C, who voted 8 & 14. Score: 2

Votes from Nancy S & Tim B.

8. A kind of Austrian torte traditionally made with wild berries, but
now often with strawberries.
Tim B, who voted 7 & 13. Score: 2

Vote from Efrem M & Dave C.

9. *Sc. Obs. rare.* Hollow.
OED D3

Votes from Judy M, Johnny B & Tim L.

10. To rush around noisily.

Dan W, who voted 1 & 2. Score: 0

No votes.

11. An incentive to people to buy a product that is not selling well.
Guerri S, who voted 5 & 13. Score: 0

No votes.

12. Debris composed of dust and oil, often found within poorly-maintained
machines.
Ryan M, who voted 3 & 4. Score: 1

Vote from Mike S.

13. A narrow flat braid in a herringbone pattern, used for trimming and
embroidery.
Chris C, who didn’t vote. Score: 2

Votes from Tim B & Guerri.

14. Fossilized river sediment.
Nancy S, who voted 1 & 7. Score: 5

Votes from Judy M, Keith H, Dave C, Johnny B & Mike S.

15. To scrounge; to live freely off your dependants.
Johnny B, who voted *9* & 14. Score: 2

No votes.

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