Word Ways, Colloquy and Kickshaws.COLLOQUY col·lo·quy
n. pl. col·lo·quies
1. A conversation, especially a formal one.
2. A written dialogue.
[From Latin colloquium, conversation; see and KICKSHAWS Kick´shaws`
n. 1. Something fantastical; any trifling, trumpery thing; a toy.
Art thou good at these kickshawses!
2. A fancy dish; a tidbit; a delicacy.
Some pigeons, . . . each have two repeated letters. Even WORD WAYS has one repeated letter. This makes them ideal candidates for which to find isomorphs, words with the same letter pattern and no crashing letters. Here, I attempt to find an A-Z of isomorphs for each of them.
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ISOMORPHS OF 'WORD WAYS'
A slow-burning match formerly used for lighting cigars; a fusee.
Marked by sudden or violent outbursts: a vesuvian temper.
RESCRIPT RESCRIPT, conv. A counterpart.
2. In the canon law, by rescripts are understood apostolical letters, which emanate from the pope, under whatever form they may be. The answers of the pope in writing are so called. Diet. Dr. Can. h.v. Vide Chirograph; Counterpart; Part.
Habitually untalkative. See Synonyms at silent.
[French taciturne, from Old French, from Latin taciturnus, from tacitus, silent; see tacit.
ISOMORPHS OF 'COLLOQUY'
GUTTURAL guttural /gut·tur·al/ (gut´er-il) faucial; pertaining to the throat.
Of or relating to the throat.
pertaining to the throat.
ISOMORPHS OF 'KICKSHAWS'
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