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@urbanbaboon: 5/10. I either spelled onomatopoeia wrong or it didn't take.
Much better than the comments let on. No one's perfect, but there's a bunch of nits being picked. (6 months ago)

monocep: Fun grid, I'd ignore the other comments. (6 months ago)

Berry: Rubbish. Ill- thought out , with very vague links in some groups. (10 months, 3 weeks ago)

RowG: didn't accept words you say twice (1 year ago)

Diane: Not quite accurate. Crash means more than the sound it makes - it also means to bump into something as in car crash, or when things fail ie financial crash, quack as in bogus doctor. Clap is also a slang name for a sexually transmitted disease. (1 year ago)

Diane: Not quite accurate. Crash means more than the sound it makes - it also means to bump into something as in car crash, or when things fail ie financial crash, quack as in bogus doctor. Clap is also a slang name for a sexually transmitted disease. (1 year ago)

ViadoEscroto: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whip_(disambiguation) (1 year ago)

Mister Tom: Nothing wrong with the odd onomatopoeia IMHO (and certainly nothing wrong with ambiguity!). (1 year ago)

Cheeser: Agreed with the previous poster
Quack can be in reference to bogus doctors, Clap can be slang for venereal diseases, crash can relate to drops in stock prices etc. (1 year ago)

rattus norvegicus: the so-called onomatopoeic words combo was a bit tenuous (1 year ago)

rattus norvegicus: the so-called onomatopoeic words combo was a bit tenuous (1 year ago)

rattus norvegicus: the so-called onomatopoeic words combo was a bit tenuous (1 year ago)