# There are 8 numbers spelled out as words in the paragraph below but they are hidden within one or more words.

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There are 8 numbers spelled out as words in the paragraph below but they are hidden within one or more words.

As an example the word eight could be hidden inside one word, height or between 2 words, like this;

We will ride in a sleigh tonight.

Now find the 8 hidden number words in the paragraph below;

Where has the fat worm gone? He was wriggling away from

my reel even before I had the hook on it! If I’ve lost him, I’ll be

sorry. This evening I came prepared with reel, line and bait hoping

to catch plenty of fish. It’s not often that a worm of ours gets away!

With reel bait in hand, I know I can catch

posted Jun 6, 2017

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faT WOrm => Two
gONE => One
reEL EVEN => Eleven
iF I'VE => Five
thiS EVENing => Seven
ofTEN => Ten
oF OURs => Four
wiTH REEl => Three.

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