Jumble Puzzles: Running and the Law

By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek | May 28th, 2024

Two puzzles – Jumble for Kids and the Classic

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Play this week’s Jumble. Unscramble the words and the humorous bonus answers, featuring running and tongue-in-cheek legalese. Start with the Jumble for Kids as a warm-up – or share the challenge with a favorite youngster.

Build your brain

Mental exercises and games, like the Jumble puzzles, can expand vocabulary, strengthen word recall, improve working memory, and keep your brain in tip-top shape, throughout life. You can actively work to strengthen your mind by learning new languages and skills, practicing long-held skills, gaining new knowledge, and engaging your brain in many other ways.

Jumble for kids with a "running" joke


Next up, the Classic JUMBLE

Classic Jumble with some tongue-in-cheek legalese as the bonus clue


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Jumble for Kids Answers





Surprise puzzle answer

It can sometimes run, but it can’t walk. What is it? – YOUR NOSE

Classic Jumble Answers





Surprise puzzle answer

A judge will authorize officers to make arrests, search property, etc., when it’s – WARRANTED



More than just a Jumble brain teaser with frogs and a hammer

For mental fitness and fun, BoomerMagazine.com presents Boomer Brain Games for baby boomers, a regularly updated mix of puzzles and quizzes to stimulate your mind and your sense of joy. We offer classic games such as Jumble and Boggle, a cartoon caption contest, and crossword puzzles and trivia quizzes with a hearty dose of baby boomer pop culture. Or head over to our sister publication, Seniors Guide, and play Sudoku online, updated every day!

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