|A few politically incorrect clues that play on Indian regional dialects, inspired by the Cockney clues. Just experimenting with the wordgame. |
The clues don't have conventional homophone indicators but they mention the region of which the accent is to be used.
|e.g.||Separate turn for work for one from Bihar (4) |
Turn for work = SHIFT,
for one from Bihar => SHIFT spoken in a Bihari accent = SIFT, which means 'separate'
Get the drift? Okay, try solving these:
|Made advances, as a Bengali would? (5)|
|Pretend to be a Banarasi supporter (5)|
|Archer, say, on the Kannadiga's side (6)|
|It's on the fly, a Bihari's vehicle (4)|
Post your answers in the comments section. I'll publish the solution after 7 days if any of it remains unsolved. Enjoy!
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