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reesetee commented on the word whelve
Same here. :-)
May 14, 2010
dontcry commented on the word whelve
Before plastic wrap and tin foil (and God knows, before fancy plastic containers made just for left-overs) my Grandmother would whelve a bowl over a plate of left-overs to keep them fresh in the fridge. Sometimes, so do I.
oroboros commented on the word whelve
To cover with an inverted bowl (via futilitycloset.com). "It's time for your haircut, kid. Prepare to get whelved." :o)
May 13, 2010
madmouth commented on the word whelve
I submit whelvety as a confusing portmanteau
April 15, 2009
But for a bear, it might sound different. ;-)
July 10, 2008
bilby commented on the word whelve
No it doesn't. Sounds like a punchdrunk boxer explaining how he had every tooth in his head knocked out in round 12.
July 9, 2008
chained_bear commented on the word whelve
This gives good mouthfeel, esp. if you overpronounce the "wh." :)
she commented on the word whelve
v., to turn something over and bury something beneath it; to bury something (To whelve over is to overwhelm.)