New York Times NYT Spelling Bee Answers and Solution for December 8, 2021

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Today’s pangram is LABORATORY.

LABORATORY is defined as a region resembling a laboratory inasmuch as it offers opportunities for observation and practice and experimentation. It is also defined as a workplace for the conduct of scientific research.

ABLY is defined as with competence; in a competent capable manner.

ALLAY is defined as satisfy (thirst). It is also defined as lessen the intensity of or calm.

ALLOY is defined as a mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten. It is also defined as lower in value by increasing the base-metal content. It is also defined as the state of impairing the quality or reducing the value of something. It is also defined as make an alloy of.

ALLY is defined as an associate who provides cooperation or assistance. It is also defined as a friendly nation. It is also defined as become an ally or associate, as by a treaty or marriage.

ARRAY is defined as align oneself with a group or a way of thinking. It is also defined as especially fine or decorative clothing. It is also defined as lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line. It is also defined as an arrangement of aerials spaced to give desired directional characteristics. It is also defined as an impressive display. It is also defined as an orderly arrangement.

ARROYO is defined as a stream or brook.

ARTY is defined as showily imitative of art or artists.

The word ATTABOY has no known definition.

BABY is defined as a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk. It is also defined as an immature childish person. It is also defined as treat with excessive indulgence. It is also defined as an unborn child; a human fetus. It is also defined as a project of personal concern to someone. It is also defined as a very young mammal. It is also defined as the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young).

The word BALLBOY has no known definition.

The word BATBOY has no known definition.

BATTY is defined as informal or slang terms for mentally irregular.

BLABBY is defined as unwisely talking too much.

The word BLOBBY has no known definition.

BOOBY is defined as an ignorant or foolish person. It is also defined as small tropical gannet having a bright bill or bright feet or both.

BOOTY is defined as goods or money obtained illegally.

BRATTY is defined as (used of an ill-mannered child) impolitely unruly.

BRAY is defined as reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading. It is also defined as braying characteristic of donkeys. It is also defined as laugh loudly and harshly. It is also defined as the cry of an ass.

LOBBY is defined as detain in conversation by or as if by holding on to the outer garments of; as for political or economic favors. It is also defined as an interest group that tries to influence legislators or bureaucrats to act in their favor, typically through lobbying. It is also defined as a large entrance or reception room or area. It is also defined as the people who support some common cause or business or principle or sectional interest.

LOBLOLLY is defined as thick gruel.

LORRY is defined as a large truck designed to carry heavy loads; usually without sides. It is also defined as a large low horse-drawn wagon without sides.

LOYAL is defined as inspired by love for your country. It is also defined as unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause. It is also defined as steadfast in allegiance or duty.

LOYALLY is defined as with loyalty; in a loyal manner.

LOYALTY is defined as the quality of being loyal. It is also defined as the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action. It is also defined as feelings of allegiance.

The word OATY has no known definition.

ORALLY is defined as by spoken rather than written means. It is also defined as (of drugs) through the mouth rather than through injection; by mouth.

ORATORY is defined as addressing an audience formally (usually a long and rhetorical address and often pompous).

RALLY is defined as the feat of mustering strength for a renewed effort. It is also defined as harass with persistent criticism or carping. It is also defined as a large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm. It is also defined as call to arms; of military personnel. It is also defined as return to a former condition. It is also defined as gather or bring together. It is also defined as gather. It is also defined as (sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes. It is also defined as a marked recovery of strength or spirits during an illness. It is also defined as an automobile race run over public roads.

The word RATTLY has no known definition.

RATTY is defined as showing signs of wear and tear. It is also defined as dirty and infested with rats. It is also defined as of or characteristic of rats.

ROTARY is defined as a road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island. It is also defined as electrical converter consisting of a synchronous machine that converts alternating to direct current or vice versa. It is also defined as describing a circle; moving in a circle. It is also defined as relating to or characterized by rotation.

ROTATORY is defined as of or relating to or characteristic or causing an axial or orbital turn.

ROYAL is defined as belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler. It is also defined as stag with antlers of 12 or more branches. It is also defined as a sail set next above the topgallant on a royal mast. It is also defined as being of the rank of a monarch. It is also defined as invested with royal power as symbolized by a crown. It is also defined as of or relating to or indicative of or issued or performed by a king or queen or other monarch. It is also defined as established or chartered or authorized by royalty.

ROYALLY is defined as in a royal manner.

ROYALTY is defined as royal persons collectively. It is also defined as payment to the holder of a patent or copyright or resource for the right to use their property.

TABBY is defined as female cat. It is also defined as a cat with a grey or tawny coat mottled with black. It is also defined as having a grey or brown streak or a pattern or a patchy coloring; used especially of the patterned fur of cats.

TALLBOY is defined as a tall chest of drawers divided into two sections and supported on four legs.

TALLY is defined as gain points in a game. It is also defined as keep score, as in games. It is also defined as determine the sum of. It is also defined as a bill for an amount due. It is also defined as a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely. It is also defined as the act of counting; reciting numbers in ascending order. It is also defined as be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics.

TARRY is defined as be about. It is also defined as leave slowly and hesitantly. It is also defined as having the characteristics of pitch or tar.

TARTLY is defined as in a tart manner.

TATTY is defined as tastelessly showy. It is also defined as showing signs of wear and tear.

TOTALLY is defined as to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole’ is often used informally for `wholly’).

TRAY is defined as an open receptacle for holding or displaying or serving articles or food.

TROY is defined as an ancient city in Asia Minor that was the site of the Trojan War. It is also defined as a system of weights used for precious metals and gemstones; based on a 12-ounce pound and an ounce of 480 grains.

TYRO is defined as someone new to a field or activity.

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One Comment

  1. Regional dialect aside, apostrophe aside l was surprised not by its exclusion from the word list but by the lack of comments about the word y’all. Other words not on the list were brought up in comment after comment yet this word, a Southern ‘you’ used by millions repetitively each day oddly escaped question. I playfully poked the forum readers but no one seemed to recognize my admonishing “come on y’all’ and other bits either did not sit well or the word was distasteful. Not a problem either way yet it’s obvious fit was uninteresting.

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