Letter Boxed November 13, 2022 Answers

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61 thoughts on “Letter Boxed November 13, 2022 Answers”

        1. Oh, let me have those two guys join the rest of the lot on my list… Getting there, slowly but steadily (or where can I get that precious list in full?) 😛

          1. Challenged my son to find the list. However, electronic dictionaries are fickle. (Lexicography😂) Really amazing ones do not include plural words. I made him pluralize all 10-11 letter words in the amazing dictionary. He wanted to use a lesser dictionary that missed tons of words but included bankruptcies. His first paying programming job. I gave him 20 bucks.

  1. I got GEOGRAPHICAL first and was looking at LEXICO- words to follow on, but rejected LEXICOGRAPHY as too long because of the duplication of letters. Didn’t notice that it was a pangram, because sometimes I’m dumb.
    Got the official within a few minutes after that.

  2. I really feel the need to extol the dignity of those who came up with two (or more) word solutions & didn’t jump on the one-word bandwagon in hindsight: You, folks, are beautiful!

  3. If we want two words, there are lots of great modifiers:
    And, we’re building a sort of lexicography of our own with this delightful daily square.

  4. I’m so mortified by missing Lexicography – probably the only one-word answer we’ll ever see, certainly the only perfect one – that I can’t bear to talk about what I DID get. Maybe I should just retire from the field.
    Oh, all right. Paleographic Calyx. Maybe half a point for thematic integrity. But what could possibly have more thematic integrity in this game of words than Lexicography? It’s totally Meta. I weep.

    1. There was a one word solution (non-official) I came up with a couple of years ago… but at the time I didn’t know about this message board and couldn’t compare with others. It was a long funny word, definitely not a pangram.

      Does anyone remember?

      1. We’re hitting our straps, here! I found it in 10 sec, without even laying it out in a box (well spoiled as the plot was)!

        1. Got it, but only after laying it out in the magic box. Thanks, DW! Glad I returned to the scene of yesterday’s crime.

          1. in response to Chloe (nice Greek name btw), nothing fancy (or fishy, for that matter). Just using pen & paper to formulate a letter-box… 😉

      2. When facing toward the rising sun
        According to some language sleuth:
        This was ‘deks’, a language root
        That signified both ‘right’ and ‘south.’

        In 1610 it was endowed
        To mean renouncement of duty.
        Though later, the tricky word turned ‘round
        To signify “quite skillfully.”

        Now preface with equality:
        Our two hands’ clever symmetry.

  5. I opened the puzzle, tried a couple of common combinations, and in less than a minute … BOOM! I couldn’t believe it. An actual 12/1! Then I logged on here, and … BOOM! I couldn’t believe it. It wasn’t the official answer! 🤣

    1. Same here, DW, incredible! I was about to give up, a lot of possible words lacked one letter, e.g. no N for Lexicon, but I’d already seen -graph and lo and behold, a one-word solution! I was sure it’d be the official too!

      1. When you belt out a 12/1, there isn’t a lot to be waiting for… 😉 I kind of expected it NOT to be the official solution, given they’re frequently not the most efficient ones (& it doesn’t get much more efficient than that!).

    2. The moment I found LEXICOGRAPHY I thought to myself, ‘that’s a good one, let’s see what it leaves us with. Wait, what? Nothing? All dots connected? I’ll take it!’

  6. Anyone else go back and put in LEXICOGRAPHY more than once just to feel the perfect pangram magic? 🥰
    Also now my new favorite word (replacing onomatopoeia). Word nerd joy!

  7. I was so pleased to find the official quickly, did not think to keep looking for the elusive 12/1. Rats. Well done to all who did!

  8. Went down geograph—— rabbit hole and never saw calyx. So glad i gave up and found the one word never been so happy to know so few botanical terms

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