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Added on Monday, June 18, 2018


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SIMILAR CLUES

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  2. Wedding vow words (2 words)
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  8. When hamlet says "words, words, words"
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  17. … better __ worse: wedding vow words
  18. Lost for words as it's said at wedding on the french ship
  19. Form of words in wedding response keeping one married?
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OTHER CLUES

  1. Cross him with an edward?
  2. She's not married in ireland - nor in the ocean
  3. How to go one better than alfresco entertainment?
  4. Sounds as if something heavy is hangig around here
  5. One goes around with a carilon, perhaps
  6. Does this alter the money you get back?
  7. Do they come together chemically to make up the weather?
  8. Preserving parenthood in perpetuity?