Figgerits Elementary Level 112
Solution: PHRASE "WHEN PIGS FLY" IS USED TO DESCRIBE SOMETHING UNLIKELY TO HAPPEN
Definitions & Words
- The end of a run - FINISH
- The correct way to write a word - SPELLING
- Assistance - HELP
- Slender and tall dog breed - GREYHOUND
- You need to __ this paint with water - DILUTE
- The __, and the thousand natural shocks - HEARTACHE
- In a clever way, "like a fox" - CUNNINGLY
- Yellow filling of tarts - CUSTARD
- That's ____ he left - WHY
- The dessert that means "foam" in French - MOUSSE
- The edge of hair on a person's head - HAIRLINE
- Vigorous, full of energy - ROBUST
- Covered with small bumps (about knees) - KNOBBY
- Old word for "sulfur" - BRIMSTONE
Here are all 14 answers for Figgerits Level 112 in Elementary. The full phrase comes out to be "The phrase "when pigs fly" is used to describe something unlikely to happen. It comes from the phrase "pigs fly with their tails forward", used in the 17th century as a reply to overly optimistic statements."
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