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Spooner - Cleric famous for bloopers

Word by letter:
  • Spooner - Letter on S
  • 1 - st. word S
  • 2 - st. word P
  • 3 - st. word O
  • 4 - st. word O
  • 5 - st. word N
  • 6 - st. word E
  • 7 - st. word R

All questions by word:
Spooner - "fervour of pseud" preacher? Spooner - 'may i sew you to another sheet?' speaker Spooner - 'not red? rot, ned,' he said Spooner - A blushing crow might have had him weeping Spooner - Bare all over the head? that's his hair all over the bed! Spooner - Cleric famous for bloopers Spooner - College lecturer declared he'd bought toys by mistake? Spooner - Doctor who might have described himself as a bird-watcher Spooner - English clergyman and oxford don (1844-1930), who had an 'ism' named after him Spooner - Famous cleric by preference keeping close to bishop Spooner - He might have addressed farmers as tons of soil Spooner - He might have found a blushing crow so very sad Spooner - He said he saw through a dark glassly Spooner - Initial-transposing clergyman Spooner - Might he have recieved a blushing crow when his wife died? Spooner - Might one kiss reverend who 'watched his birds'? Spooner - Misspeaking cleric Spooner - Noted word botcher Spooner - One who gave his name to a transposition of sounds in speech Spooner - Original transposer of initial letters in speech Spooner - Oxford don associated with slips similar to 17-, 28-, 45-, and 59-across Spooner - Oxford don known for 'watching birds'? Spooner - Phrase-mangling reverend Spooner - Rev. william who originated the phrase 'a blushing crow' Spooner - Revd w.a.- was famed for his errors in speech Spooner - Reverend credited with saying 'the lord is a shoving leopard' Spooner - Reverend famous for swapping sounds Spooner - Reverend honored in this puzzle Spooner - Reverend known for 'bird watching' Spooner - Reverend known for swapping initial word sounds Spooner - Reverend known for watching birds? Spooner - Reverend whose name is linked to terms like 'pazz and jop,' and this puzzle's theme answers Spooner - Self-proclaimed birdwatcher? Spooner - Someone behaving amorously in club with queen Spooner - Someone killing and booing, i might have said? Spooner - Sound-swapping reverend Spooner - The dried fish he asked for was a fried dish Spooner - Tongue-tied man by preference keeps quiet Spooner - Warden who might have unwittingly described himself as a bird watcher Spooner - Word-botching oxford don Spooner - Word-botching reverend Spooner - Yesteryear's rocket Spooner - �fish pie? pish, fie!� he said!