A collection of words used in crosswords that are rarely, if ever, seen elsewhere.
This page is dedicated to Don “Giovanni” Manley, who has probably used more obscure words than any other Telegraph setter.
|CREPITATE||To crackle, snap or rattle||T-1908||Tue 31 October 2017|
|EA||running water||T-1286 and others||Tue, 4 November 2014|
|EAGRE||a bore or sudden rise of the tide in a river||DT-28089||Fri, 15 April 2016|
|ENS||being / existence||DT-28084||Sat, 9 April 2016|
|GUANACO||a wild llama||T-1672||Tue, 13 September 2016|
|OMENTUM||a fold of peritoneum proceeding from one of the abdominal viscera to another||T-1672||Tue, 13 September 2016|
|TAMARACK||the American or black larch||T-1672||Tue, 13 September 2016|
may will be be added during periodic updates.
Created 09 April 2016
Updated 31 October 2017