9 June, 2015
Often the hardest words to clue can be the shortest. So let's put that truism to the test, dreaming up clues for this unilkely brigade of midgets culled from the Scrabble dictionary. (There are so many rarities, I only needed to raid the first half of the alphabet.)
If you wish to see the loco lot in toto, try here.
Anyhow, we need both definition and wordplay here. Good luck, as some of these defintions seem as cryptic as the recipes you may apply. May be the FAB BEY (a Turkish sovereign) rule supreme.
ARD - primitive plough
BEZ - second tine of a deer's horn
CLY - to seize or steal
FAP - inebriated
FON - to compel
GAW - imperfect rainbow
JOW - to strike a bell
KED - wingless fly that infests sheep
KOW - bunch of twigs
KYU - judo novice
Cly the moment, I fon you.