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I think I'd be quite good at Scrababble, because when I play Scrabble, my fellow players accuse me of making up words. My favorite word from your list is queeza. Very descriptive.

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Thanks! Yep, "queeza" is one of my favorites also. Remember, when you play, the more real the word sounds without actually being a word, the more points the players will award you. When Scrababble becomes famous, just remember where you heard it first. 🤣

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Oh I'll definitely credit you with the brilliant idea for this! My only fear is that one of my Scrabble-playing friends is quite wedded to the rules of the real game. Not sure how she'd feel about this. But then, she pales when I use my phone to check if words are allowed.

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Not to worry. She will still pale when you have to check your phone to verify the words are NOT real words. What's really going to drive her crazy is the scoring.

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Oh I hadn't even thought of that! A good new way to torture her!

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As a medical person 'fibulatory' sounds like a real word... having to do with a real medical condition.

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Then that is a perfect word for Scrababble. 🤣 It should sound real, but not be a real word. You lose points for using a real word.

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