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I'm looking for a word that rhymes with brain.

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1CateKoenDance
Apr 26, 2011, 4:55am Top

Ahh, the holidays are at their end
All fun goes down the drain
Time to get back into gear
And swtich back on my brain!

2jpyvr
Apr 26, 2011, 6:11am Top

(to be sung liltingly)
The guess in guess falls mainly on the guess.
By George, she's got it! By George, she's got it!

(three guesses)

3CateKoenDance
Apr 26, 2011, 6:23am Top

Ovid has little to do with this Crambo. As does Eliza Dolittle.

NOT: Rain, Spain, Plane

4defaults
Edited: Apr 26, 2011, 7:29am Top

If thou enjoyest tarrying, thou dost well to describe thine enjoyment with this adjective.

(a homophone: if you don't, you can still pretend you do)

5CateKoenDance
Apr 26, 2011, 8:15am Top

#4 My poor brain is quite confuddled. Is is FAIN and FEIGN that you are hinting at?

NOT: Rain, Spain, plane, fain, feign

6jpyvr
Apr 26, 2011, 8:17am Top

#3 - You've almost got the three guesses that I posted in #2, however one of them is spelled homophonically. Same pronunciation but wrong word. Just need to switch around a few letters...

7Larxol
Apr 26, 2011, 11:11am Top

Macbeth's title, to which he was born,
Properly spelled, it begins with a þ.

8Jim53
Apr 26, 2011, 11:23am Top

I like a mixture of iceberg and other greens in my salad, but my sister insists on this particular alternative.

9Jenni_Canuck
Apr 26, 2011, 12:27pm Top

A little Krug 1995 Clos D'ambonnay for me and mes amis, s’il vous plaît!

10Citizenjoyce
Apr 26, 2011, 1:34pm Top

I think Easter and also Passover have their dates set around the full moon. Now, in the aftermath of those holidays the moon is said to ----.

11CateKoenDance
Apr 27, 2011, 7:18am Top

#6 I guess it depends where you are. PLAIN

#7 Ach, the Scottish Play. But THANE it is not.

#8 In Australia we call it a Cos. Just 'cos. ROMAINE

#9 By George,! she's got it! By George, she's got it! But I prefer a '75 of the old Widow myself. Crambo is CHAMPAGNE!

#10 As does my enthusiasm for work following the Easter break... WANE

NOT: Rain, Spain, plane, fain, feign, plain, thane, romaine or thane but Crambo is CHAMPAGNE!

A toast to Jenni! I'll drink to her win (and pretty much anything, if the good stuff's on offer).

12Jenni_Canuck
Apr 27, 2011, 1:02pm Top

Drinks all around - CKD is buying!
Okay, it’s a little less scary the second time around so let's get started.
Our next game is here.

13Citizenjoyce
Apr 27, 2011, 3:23pm Top

Good, quick game. I wouldn't have got to champagne for a long time. Was it easier the second time for you, Cate?

14CateKoenDance
Apr 28, 2011, 6:15pm Top

Yes, nice quick one! It was a little easier... I'm starting to understand the way different players 'think'. Thanks for all your help, everyone!

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