# Let’s try a little word play. First, an example.Start with insects,add a letter, end up with a garment. ants + p = pants

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Let’s try a little word play. First, an example.
Answer: ants + p = pants
Now try these.
6. Start out being exposed to warmth, add 2 letters, end up with a container.
7. Start out with a fruit, add a letter, end up with a weapon.
8. Start out with a rate, add a letter, end up far out.
9. Start out with a number, add a letter, end up with a sound.
10. Start out as a relative, add 3 letters, end up with a poem.

posted Sep 29, 2020
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