Today was Dungeons & Dragons. It was way more fun than I had thought it would be. I’m still getting the hang of the procedure and what I can do and can’t do and what other people can do and can’t do. Absolutely I misplayed some things. But I’m more prepped for next time.
Yesterday I missed AGOG, GETLATO, GEOTAG, GOAT, GOATEE, GOTTA, LEGATO, OVATE, and TEETOTAL.
AGLET: A metal or plastic tube fixed tightly around each end of a shoelace. I didn’t know the name of this! That’s so cool! Also did anyone else try to fix theirs with tape? It was never perfect, but it was better than letting them get unraveled.
GALETTE: A flat round cake of pastry or bread.
GAVOTTE: A medium-paced French dance, popular in the 18th century.
GLOTTAL: [attributive] Of or produced by the glottis.
glottis: The part of the larynx consisting of the vocal cords and the opening between them. It affects voice modulation through expansion or contraction.
LEGATE: A member of the clergy, especially a cardinal, representing the Pope.
TOLLGATE: A barrier across a road where drivers or pedestrians must pay to go further.
Final score: 16 words for 73 points.
Genius minimum: 69 points.
First word: HILLBILLY.