Définitions énigmatiques

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Re: Définitions énigmatiques

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Tom wrote:
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Pachyderm?
Yes, Tom. Anagram of 'chap' and 'my Red', and a Bull is a male elephant, which is a pachyderm.
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:oops: Wouldn't have got pachyderm without the additional clue.

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Adherent?
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I was thinking along the same lines, though adherent is only 8 letters. Perhaps, like me, Tom can't count. :|

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:oops: I can't count... it's 8 letters... my apologies.

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Bludgeon ?

anag of bond + glue

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Personnel entertain around the river (8)

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It’s a welsh river if it helps...

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Staffing? Though the Welsh river is the Taf, not the Taff.
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Taff in English, Afon Taf in Welsh.

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