bawd liar arse type  

barf liar arse type  

bawd area rear darg  

bawd area rear dart  

bard urea rear part  

bard area read dads  

bard area liar damn  


Composed with words from litscape. Including diagonals.

Blat: n. “A bleating or shrill sound.” and as v. “ intr. To bleat, or make similar sounds. Also fig., to talk noisily or impulsively.” or “A newspaper.” (OED)
Bise: n. “A keen dry N. or NNE. wind, prevalent in Switzerland and the neighbouring parts of France, Germany, and Italy.” (OED)
Dree: v. “To endure, undergo, suffer, bear (something burdensome, grievous, or painful).”, and also as n. “The action of the verb dree v.; suffering, grief, trouble. (Mostly a modern archaism.)” (OED)
Barf: v. “ intr. To vomit or retch. Occasionally trans. (also with up).” and as n. “An attack of vomiting; vomit, sick; also int., a coarse exclamation of disgust.” (OED)
Rasp: n. “A type of coarse file having many projections or teeth on its surface; (also) any similar tool used for scraping, filing, or rubbing down.” and v. “trans. To grate, file, or scrape with a rasp or other rough instrument.” (OED)
Darg: n. “A day’s work, the task of a day; also, a defined quantity or amount of work, or of the product of work, done in a certain time or at a certain rate of payment; a task.” (OED)
Urea: n. “A soluble crystalline compound, forming an organic constituent of the urine in mammalia, birds, and some reptiles, and also found in the blood, milk, etc.; carbamide, CO(NH2)2.” (OED)
Deid: adj. Scottish for dead. (OED)
Bran: “ The husk of wheat, barley, oats, or other grain, separated from the flour after grinding; in technical use, the coarsest portion of the ground husk” or “ Sort, class, quality. Obsolete.” (OED)