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The following sentences can be completed by adding two words that are anagrams of one another.

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The following sentences can be completed by adding two words that are anagrams of one another.
Each word has only four letters. Enjoy!

  1. If you prick your finger while picking a ____, it may be very ____.

  2. If you take a ____ at the Mad Hatter's party, you still may not get a sip of his ____.

  3. If you need some stamps, then you must ____ by the ____ office.

  4. If you eat a whole ____ of a wedding cake, you may develop a spare ____ around your middle.

  5. If you have a ____ with your friend, you should forgive them and focus on the future, not on the ____.

posted Sep 14, 2015 by Nimish

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2 Answers

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  1. rose, sore
  2. seat, teas
  3. stop, post
  4. spat, past
answer Sep 16, 2015 by Naga Jyothi
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  1. rose sore
  2. seat teas
  3. stop post
  4. tier tyre (tire - that means to become weary or sleepy)
  5. spat past
answer Mar 18, 2016 by Nicole



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