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There is a seven-letter word in the English language that has ten total words without rear-ranging any of its letters.
What is the word?
In the box provided place a five letter word that can be attached to the beginning of the given words to form six longer words.
What is the word?
Add one letter to each word below - anywhere in the word - so that each numbered pair becomes two words of opposite meaning. For example, adding P and L to PLUM and SENDER would result in PLUMP and SLENDER.
Name an English word of more than two letters that both begins and ends with the letters “he” in the order there are two possible answers.
Each pair of definitions is for two words,where the second word is the first word with a letter deleted. What are words?
( Ex: brand and band)
The length of the short word in each pair is provided.
1. a thin flat piece cut from something & to untie two pieces by connecting the ends together (5 letters)
2. the total admission receipts for an event & a striped or clouded quartz (4 letters)
3. to bury & to confine or impound (5 letters)
4. blemish or imperfection & to turn aside (6 letters)
Given below are three words.
Beside each word is a series of letter groupings.
Your task is to find the answer to the word on the left by choosing one letter from each of the letter groups to the right of each clue.
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