Word Craze Norway - Level 1646

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Norway - Level 1646

Broke into pieces:

Fellapart

Regards a matter as not serious or important enough:

Dismisses

City in the US state Maryland with the oldest railroad in the US:

Baltimore

Words carved out onto something:

Inscription

Something said "for ___ ______" is said publicly and officially:

Therecord

Events celebrating returning alumni:

Homecomings

Period where a couple develops their relationship before considering marriage:

Courtship

The highest rank a chess player can attain from FIDE:

Grandmaster

Comes before "-dary" when said by Barney Stinson:

Waitforit

In a manner evoking a lot of feeling is this:

Emotionally

Supposedly, everything Midas touched would do this:

Turntogold
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