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The following clues refer to the names of several young women, in the form of Miss Suchandsuch.

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The following clues refer to the names of several young women, in the form of Miss Suchandsuch.
These names then actually form a new word (although there will be a spelling difference with one s missing)
For example, "This young woman obeys all the rules" would be misbehave (Miss Behave)

Can you figure out the rest of the words?

  1. This young woman is in great shape.
  2. This young woman is very generous at Christmas.
  3. This young woman showed me where to go.
  4. You could tell this young woman all your secrets.
  5. This young woman knew exactly what I meant.
  6. This young woman is exactly the right choice.
  7. This young woman could lead the orchestra.
posted Nov 23, 2015 by Anil Chaurasiya

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This young woman is in great shape. MISFIT
This young woman is very generous at Christmas. Misgiving
This young woman showed me where to go. MISGUIDED
You could tell this young woman all your secrets. MISTRUST
This young woman knew exactly what I meant.MISUNDERSTOOD
This young woman is exactly the right choice. MISAPPROPRIATE

answer Nov 23, 2015 by Pallavi Kumari
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  1. This young woman is in great shape. MISFIT
  2. This young woman is very generous at Christmas. MISGIVING
  3. This young woman showed me where to go. MISGUIDED
  4. You could tell this young woman all your secrets. MISTRUST
  5. This young woman knew exactly what I meant. MISUNDERSTOOD
  6. This young woman is exactly the right choice. MISAPPROPRIATE
  7. This young woman could lead the orchestra. MISCONDUCT
answer Mar 25, 2017 by Samardeep Acharya



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