Monday, October 28, 2013

Words You Can Make Using Letters From The Word "Hairspray"

ASHY:  Used to describe skin that is so dry that it looks gray.*

HIPS:  Apparently, these don't lie.

AHA:  An exclamation of triumph, mockery, contempt, or surprise. 
Or, when stylized as "a-ha," a 1980s one-hit-wonder band.

RASH:  A nasty-looking eruption on the skin.

HAIRY:  Covered with hair. Like this guy. Or is that Bigfoot?

HARPS:  Purveyors of beautiful music. And, according
to some, the preferred instrument of angelic beings.

APISH:  Having the qualities, appearance, or ways of an ape.

RAYS:  Sure, they're ugly. But they have a  whole 
baseball team named after them. Do you?

SHARP:  Not dull.

PAYS:  Jobs do. Crime doesn't.

SHARP:  Someone here has a distinct
disadvantage. I'm just not sure which one.

APIARY:  A place in which a colonies of bees are kept, as a stand
or shed for beehives or a bee house containing a number of bees.

SHIP:  A big dang boat. Like this one.

PARIAH:  Any person or animal that is generally despised or avoided.

SPAY:  To remove the ovaries of an animal.

RAP:  A fast, rhythmic monologue spoken over a pre-recorded
instrumental track. Often with explicit lyrics, unfortunately.

PAIR:  Two individuals which are similar in some 
way associated. Like this pretty pair of puffins.

HARPY:  In classical mythology, a ravenous, filthy 
monster having a woman's head and a bird's body.

ARIA:  An elaborate medley sung solo with accompaniment, 
as in an opera or oratorio. Apparently, it's also the name of 
one of the main characters on TV's Pretty Little Liars.

PRAY:  To offer devout petition, praise, thanks, etc. to God.

* All definitions courtesy of,, and my own twisted imagination.

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