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that's it

the definition of tire as an intransitive verb is to become weary with or bored. the spare-sober connection is as an adjective meaning not excessive, plain, simple, subdued.

ok sweet =) I kinda see what you did there with the first word of it ;)

1 more to go!

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Steal Least?

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spawn pawns?

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Steal Least?

hey dD - guess there are two ways to seperate this last one. hadnt considered that. not it, though. and no homophones this time either.

spawn pawns?

not it DD.

as itachi-san pointed out, this one is basically two plural four letter words.

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heros hoers?

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Back Aches - Spine Pines by Wilson

Power Couples - Steam Mates by Wilson

Old Legends - Stale Tales by Wilson and 'Cat'astrophe

Following Form - Later Alter by itachi-san

Rest Stop - Break Brake by Wilson

Spare Tires - Sober Bores by itachi-san

Credit Watch - Merit Timer by dyalDragon with partial credit to Wilson & WitchOfDoubt

Talk Smack - State Taste by tiger_lily111

Thunderhead - Claps Scalp by Framm 18

Substractors - Heros Hoers by DudleyDude

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