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What Word am I Thinking Of #2?

We give you three clues. Guess the word that is related to each one.
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First submittedAugust 28, 2013
Last updatedOctober 3, 2013
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Clues
Word
Sour, Dud, Ade
Lemon
Duster, Boa, Down
Feather
Costanza, Picard, Thai Monks
Bald
Sugar, Singapore, Chaplin
Cane
Gymnasts, Dover, Hop Scotch
Chalk
Jump, Lodge, Slalom
Ski
Bridal, Meteor, Curtain
Shower
Rolling, Blarney, Sharon
Stone
Canasta, Visa, Flash
Card
Party, China, Cup
Tea
Clues
Word
Flower, Wine Glass, Cell
Stem
Kitchen, Titanic, Hole
Sink
Tuxedo, Cobblepot, Antarctica
Penguin
Mowgli, Rainforest, Upton Sinclair
Jungle
Spangled, Wars, Super
Star
Devil, Belle, Burden
Beast
Bill Cosby, Mr. Rogers, Christmas
Sweater
Coward, Kiev, Egg
Chicken
Jumping, Coffee, Kidney
Bean
Pew, Judge, Press
Bench
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level 35
Oct 3, 2013
Jumper should definitely be accepted for sweater.
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level 71
Oct 3, 2013
So have you seen Bill Cosby or Mr Rogers in a jumper? C'mon, man.
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level 63
Oct 3, 2013
Actually, yes. "Jumper" is what Brits call a sweater.
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level 61
Oct 3, 2013
Ok, except that Bill Cosby and Mr. Rogers are US shows, and neither of them would have called their sweaters jumpers. That is the same as me complaining that European football questions won't accept "soccer" as a correct answer.
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level 58
Oct 6, 2013
LOL, we certainly wouldn't wear a "sweater" (we call them jumpers) in Australia at Christmas! It certainly would be a SWEATER!
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level 71
Feb 25, 2018
These debates are tedious. I'm British and say "sweater" and "soccer", which are both British words originally. There, I've just made it even more tedious.
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level ∞
Oct 3, 2013
Jumper will work now.
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level 76
Sep 7, 2015
According to Wikipedia, a jumper is "pulled over the head". The sweaters worn by Mr. Rogers were button-up (cardigans), so "jumper" doesn't fit the hint of "Mr. Rogers".
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level 76
Jul 10, 2016
Technically a cardigan could be pulled over the head if it's buttoned up. Mr. Rogers didn't wear them that way, but I have seen them worn buttoned up. I wore a jumper to school, but it was a sleeveless dress worn over a blouse. To throw another definition into the mix, when I was a girl my father had a huge, heavy, flannel-lined denim jacket that he wore outside when working on the farm, and that was also called a jumper, but no one uses jumper in that way nowadays. Language changes with time and location. I have no problem with QM accepting jumper.
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level 79
Jul 10, 2016
Devil, Belle, Burden = WOMAN!
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level 76
Jul 10, 2016
And where is the city of Woman located? Perhaps on the Isle of Man?
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level 39
Jul 10, 2016
Ander. What you describe wearing to school is called a gym slip in the UK. We had to wear them for the first two years of secondary school and couldn't wait for third year, when we were allowed to wear a skirt and blouse, because we felt more grown up!
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level 76
Jul 14, 2016
I love the way language evolves. What we call a slip is lingerie that would be worn UNDER the jumper.
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level 58
Jul 10, 2016
good one...one of the more difficult have come across
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level 57
Jul 10, 2016
Couldn't "court" go for the judge, pew, press one? Full court press in basketball, most courtrooms have pews for seating, etc.
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level 51
Jul 10, 2016
Whats the Kiev connection to chicken?
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level 40
Jul 11, 2016
Chicken Kiev is a chicken breast stuffed with eg. garlic butter, rolled in breadcrumbs then baked in the oven. Very nice, very nice indeed
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level 47
Jul 11, 2016
Really?? Never heard of Chicken Kiev?
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level 63
Jul 12, 2016
Singapore 'cane'? Is that a reference to their attitude to corporal punishment? A bit macabre for Jetpunk if so.
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level 77
Jan 23, 2018
I think it is more of a reference to Michael Fay.
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level 40
Nov 30, 2018
Loved this quiz! I hope there'll be a lot more of these.
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level 45
Jan 27, 2019
There's a différence between a shaven head and being bald!
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level 58
Mar 14, 2019
Bald means to lack hair (generally on the head), either wholly or partially. Isn't that what happens when you shave?