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I just wanted to see what kind of works you guys could come up with for the following situations,

1) If a great cook is called a gourmet what could you call a dreadful cook?

2) People who are good with plants are said to have a green thumb, what could you call a person who kills plants?

3) What can you call it when we think it's spring, but sudenly we get a couple of freezing cold snowly days.

4) The outside part of a loaf is called crust, what can we call the inside spot?

5) What can you call a song that sticks in your head all day?
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You'll have to invent your own terms for these as there are no existing single words or phrases that I can think of. Not all words have an opposite! My versions are

1) A dreadful cook.

2) Useless at gardening.

3) British weather.

4) The nice bit.

5) Annoying.
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1) a hash burner

2) a brown thumb
3) a weather surprise / a late frost / unseasonable weather

4) the bread / the inside -- or the mie (from French)
5) an auditory obsession / a melodic brain loop / a sticky tune

CJ
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1. Gour-not-met

2. All thumbs Emotion: wink

3. "Snow sprung up"

4. Filling - don't ask, it just popped into my head.

5. A nuisance, what else?

- Joy
Nona The BritYou'll have to invent your own terms for these as there are no existing single words or phrases that I can think of.

Yea I know, "wanted words" is a word used for terms like thoses, that do not have meanings. The point of the topic was to creat a word Emotion: smile
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4) In Canada, we call it the "inbread" or "anti-crust". haha
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