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I am three words, Two of them appear the same, Two are.................Perhaps now you can tell me, what words are here?

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I am three words,
Two of them appear the same,
Two are pronounced the same.
One is the third person use of "capable" or "permit".
One means to sleep, but only for a bit.
The last word means a group of deer,
Perhaps now you can tell me, what words are here?

posted Jan 7, 2016 by Harshita Dhaliwal

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Does Doze Dose

answer Jan 7, 2016 by Atindra Kumar Nath

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