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Screw - Phillips head item

Word by letter:
  • Screw - Letter on S
  • 1 - st. word S
  • 2 - st. word C
  • 3 - st. word R
  • 4 - st. word E
  • 5 - st. word W

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Screw - Prison guard, in slang Screw - It can go in brackets Screw - Phillips head item Screw - Twist Screw - It has a groovy head Screw - Threaded fastener Screw - Fastening device Screw - Turned fastener Screw - Bolt feature Screw - Twist (in) Screw - Propeller shape Screw - Auger shape Screw - Alternative to a nail Screw - Drywall fastener Screw - It gets driven Screw - You may make its head turn Screw - Carpenter's fastener Screw - It fits into a nut Screw - Cork follower Screw - Propeller type Screw - Relative of a bolt Screw - It could be a board member? Screw - Twisted fastener Screw - Cheat out of money Screw - Fastener that's twisted in Screw - "the turn of the ___" Screw - Fastener that turns Screw - Boat propeller Screw - Con's guard Screw - Carpentry fastener Screw - Summon (up), as courage Screw - It's twisted Screw - A driver turns it Screw - Nail's cousin Screw - Woodworker's fastener Screw - "___ you!" Screw - Fastener that may have a phillips head Screw - A simple machine Screw - Bit of hardware Screw - Vise closer Screw - Hinge holder Screw - Thread site Screw - Phillips-head hardware Screw - Threaded nail Screw - Nail alternative Screw - Carpenter's tool Screw - Bookcase-kit item Screw - Hardware item Screw - Machine part Screw - Bulb base feature Screw - Piece of hardware Screw - Archimedes' device Screw - Item driven by a carpenter Screw - A carpenter may drive it Screw - '___ you!' Screw - It may pay you to get the thread of this Screw - You need thread for this but no needle Screw - It needs thread to get the boat going Screw - They work on baord at last with thread Screw - Hoosegow honcho Screw - Fastener with a tapered threaded shank Screw - Handyman's fastener Screw - Certain fastener Screw - Fastener with threaded shank Screw - Prison guard, colloquially Screw - Kind of nail with spiral groove (5) Screw - Wood connector, often Screw - The southern complement gets the thread of it (5) Screw - The southern complement has a thread Screw - Do this to the nut behind the ship Screw - Door-hinge holder Screw - One whose head is turned Screw - Turnkey Screw - Son boasted of wages commonly Screw - Bob boasted of earnings Screw - Extort from s8 Screw - Stitch up with thread? Screw - One found in prison though without conviction Screw - See 9 Screw - First ship with complement that makes it go Screw - Twist with second hands Screw - Wage - prison officer Screw - Prison officer - salary Screw - Fixer needing driver Screw - Propeller - prison officer Screw - Fastener with slotted head Screw - Thread holder Screw - It may have a slotted head Screw - Tapered fastener with a slotted head Screw - Twist hands behind square Screw - Bad thing to have loose Screw - Propeller guard Screw - Thread holder? Screw - Word with "cork" or "thumb" Screw - Archimedes' ___ (ancient water-transport machine) Screw - Item in the hardware department with a '+' or '-' on its head Screw - It might be in one's kitchen cabinet? Screw - Prison officer (slang) Screw - One turning to enter? Screw - Twist small hands? Screw - Bring pressure to bear on 15 Screw - 13ed fastener Screw - Seaman at first joins the rest to fix propeller Screw - Second man's wages Screw - Pay the little twister! Screw - Wages spiral? Screw - Cheat succeeded and was cocky Screw - Prison officer made tight by driver? Screw - Snooker shot for the driver? Screw - Guard wages Screw - Shot from the driver? Screw - Stitch up something with thread Screw - Pay second team Screw - A prison officer's salary Screw - Drink driver's lost - see swerve Screw - Second team's wage Screw - Take advantage of second team Screw - Cheat in second team Screw - Old horse has to make fast turn Screw - Fixer; twist of paper Screw - Propeller; fixing pin Screw - Wood fastener Screw - Hack's salary Screw - Archimedes' invention succeeded - expressed triumph Screw - Prison officer, or con Screw - Second team may need a driver Screw - Turned gas on with ... this? Screw - Those working on a ship behind small propeller Screw - Con - or one's gaoler? Screw - Threaded pin Screw - Salary of archimedes for inventing one? Screw - Threaded fixer Screw - Prison officer sometimes needing a good turn from a driver? Screw - Spirally threaded tack Screw - Flathead, for one Screw - Metal fastener Screw - Fastener Screw - A prison officer's salary, commonly Screw - Mackay or barrowclough's common salary? Screw - Warder (sl.) Screw - Prison officer (sl.) Screw - A means of fixing salary commonly Screw - One whom prisoners might wish to cheat Screw - A means of fixing wages Screw - Get a common guard and make it fast! Screw - Propeller Screw - Propeller (sl.) Screw - Pay for something at the hardware shop Screw - Pin for propeller Screw - The driver gets it on and off Screw - An officer's pay Screw - Return from work as a guard Screw - Southern sailors' pay Screw - Prison warder (sl) Screw - Payment for prison warder Screw - Prison guard succeeded with gang Screw - Tighten by turning Screw - One of the simple machines Screw - Fasten; propeller Screw - Direction followed by ship's complement that drives it Screw - Apply backspin (snooker) Screw - Head-turner's hardware? Screw - Eyeglass kit item Screw - *hardware insertion point Screw - You might drive it right into a wall Screw - Common fastener Screw - Threaded hardware Screw - Stitch up something with a thread Screw - Threaded object Screw - Hardware fastener Screw - Install, as a bulb, with 'in' Screw - Prison guard, slangily Screw - Tapered fastener Screw - Threaded metal fastener Screw - Bookcase fastener Screw - Fastener, rivet Screw - Fastener made by special workers on ship Screw - Guard's son bragged loudly Screw - One locks up gang led by son Screw - Word with ball or driver Screw - A thread winds around it Screw - Do turn Screw - Fastener; propeller Screw - Prop in second team