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Epigram - Dorothy parker forte

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  • Epigram - Letter on E
  • 1 - st. word E
  • 2 - st. word P
  • 3 - st. word I
  • 4 - st. word G
  • 5 - st. word R
  • 6 - st. word A
  • 7 - st. word M

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Epigram - Bon mot Epigram - Witticism Epigram - Short, witty saying Epigram - Quip Epigram - Ben franklin's "little strokes fell great oaks," e.g Epigram - Witty words Epigram - Dorothy parker forte Epigram - Bit of wit Epigram - Witty saying Epigram - Terse witticism Epigram - Brief witticism Epigram - Is 'e witty enough to have a couple of animals on the farm? Epigram - In a manner of speaking "e makes a pair of farmyard animals quite witty Epigram - The east has something witty to say for farmyard animals Epigram - Funny how there's a couple of creatures to the east of this Epigram - A short witty saying Epigram - Witty or sarcastic saying Epigram - A clever witty saying Epigram - A witty saying Epigram - Note the pair of farm animals used for the quip Epigram - Stallion's mate turned around hog for a joke Epigram - Witty saying has some point with animals Epigram - Witty saying about very good butter substitute turning up Epigram - Saw some english livestock Epigram - Drug given to farmyard animals merits witty remark Epigram - Saw animals sustaining energy Epigram - Lines of 26 about horse crossing gorge Epigram - English farm animals in witty saying Epigram - Quip of egyptian leader on domesticated animals Epigram - Record current weight produces satirical comment Epigram - Last of the farm animals saw, pointed Epigram - Maxim could create pr image Epigram - Saw horse returning, carrying devout german Epigram - Concise, witty remark Epigram - Witticism - adage Epigram - Witty remark Epigram - Brief witty saying Epigram - Pithy remark - grim ape (anag) Epigram - Witty and concise remark Epigram - Concise witty remark Epigram - Pithy piece of wit Epigram - Remark by wilde, perhaps, on english livestock? Epigram - Overindulge in backing horse, evoking pithy comment? Epigram - Snappy piece of wit Epigram - Short, memorable saying Epigram - Form of wit in english, with a couple of stock examples Epigram - Pithy comment, often wild, they say Epigram - Bon mot of english soldier reversing into carriage Epigram - Clever remark spread around about greek character Epigram - Concise witty saying Epigram - Witticism spread round to entertain greek character Epigram - Witty, paradoxical remark Epigram - Saying one animal rears up to protect another? Epigram - Stuff to say, with constant interruption, that's quotable Epigram - Gnome looks good in the border when it's turned around Epigram - Short poem involved magpie eating snippet of roll Epigram - Mrs simpson turns up, inspiring good piece of wit Epigram - Butt of joke, beastly pair's quip Epigram - 'we all assume that oscar said it' dorothy parker Epigram - Short witty remark Epigram - Pithy and witty saying Epigram - Nasty magpie bites head of red gnome Epigram - Saw two farm animals by end of lane Epigram - Oscar's sort of thing: backing horse, herding swine Epigram - Pithy saying Epigram - Saw the animal, a horse, turning round Epigram - Witty saying has little point with animals Epigram - Pointed remark about age - prim rejoinder Epigram - Witty saying in english 'one who gorges on sheep' Epigram - Witty saying with a note on farm animals Epigram - English farm animals bring about witty remark Epigram - Saw wolf clothed in back of false sheep Epigram - Unusual gripe in the morning? that's saying Epigram - Some saying mince pie, one can add a little weight Epigram - Short witty saying Epigram - Saying farm animals must go under knife at the end Epigram - Clever adage Epigram - Wilde snippet Epigram - Quip, witty saying Epigram - Heartless imp tucking into spread served up for gnome Epigram - Record one good hit poem that's amusing Epigram - Concise and witty saying Epigram - Saying 'farm animal' when 'horse' about covers it Epigram - Saying 'farm animal' when 'horse' about covers it Epigram - European lightweight absorbing sanctimonious maxim