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There are some words in a vat. Some of the words have been partially separated. Try to figure out what they are.
--I-G--G, -A-K--S, -M--A--O-, -H-A-
R E C H L S O S W N N I N I T L U E
There are some words in a vat. Some of the words have been partially separated. Try to figure out what words they are.
--E--S-E, -R-P--A-, V--E-, -E-U-
R M S L C I T O L T A C R A V S
See if you can figure out these words using the clues listed below. Each word ends with "BOARD".
Please note that numbers 4 and 5 are two separate words. Have fun!
1) Used with telephones
2) A place to advertise
3) Right-side of ship
4) Found around water
5) Old-time cars had two
6) Computers need them
7) College professor's headgear
8) Used in the Old West
Listed below are clues that refer to 2 different words. The sound of these words, put together, make a different compound word. Also, just to make things even trickier, when you figure out words, you might need to switch them around to find the compound word.
Ex. A piece of bread used foe making some sandwiches shaped as the fifth letter of the alphabet. ( Bun + E = Bunny )
Can you figure out all the compound words?
1. A relation's short sleep.
2. The talker was the opposite of quiet.
3. A cube-shaped vehicle.
4. Spade's situation.
A 3-letter-word has been taken out of each of the following words. Can you figure it out?
ST_ _ _
_ _ _NT
AD_ _ _
P_ _ _ANT
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