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(I still don't get it, but I'm working on it)

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11 hours ago, acute said:

(I still don't get it, but I'm working on it)

You're not that acute, after all...

 

:lol:

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sheep -> wasp-waisted

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wasp-waisted > lowdown

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lowdown -> tallness

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tallness > ditsy

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dits> idyll

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idyll -> willingness

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7 hours ago, Golden Duck said:

willingness -> awsome

Misspelt: should be 'awesome' :(

willingness > windowsill

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willingness > windowsill :(

Just noticed your word cannot start or end with 'w' or 's', ouija.

willingnes> browse

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16 minutes ago, Ozymandias said:

willingness > windowsill :(

Just noticed your word cannot start or end with 'w' or 's', ouija.

willingnes> browse

browse -> cucumber

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cucumber > acre

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Gaelic -> eggcup

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eggcup > septic

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septi> descent

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descent -> bedtime

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On ‎26‎/‎03‎/‎2019 at 4:37 PM, anton00 said:

descent -> bedtime

bedtime > cubed

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cubed -> anecdote

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anecdote > gaelic

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Gaelic -> longcloth

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longcloth > girlhood   [took some time to come up with that one!!!]

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4 hours ago, Ozymandias said:

longcloth > girlhood   [took some time to come up with that one!!!]

Great answer! :)

Yes, this game can be challenging at times. Keep in mind you can use proper nouns (the way we could find them in an English dictionary).

For example: 'Alhadhur' https://www.transfermarkt.com/chaker-alhadhur/profil/spieler/178540

Also, for an -lh- word, I first think about compounds. For example: 'ill-humoured'.

For -c...- words, you can try Scottish names: -cg- -> 'MacGregor'.

For -f...-, you can try compounds with 'half': -fg- -> half-grown.

Sometimes, I spend some time finding a proper noun when there seems to be no common noun as valid answer. My search engine is my best friend then ^^

And when there seems to be no valid answer at all, we start over with a new word, as simple as that :)

 

girlhood -> amygdala                                         (there are several valid -aa- answers)

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amygdala > bazaar

 

I must admit I've been struggling with this game recently. I don't like to resort to a search engine(although I have).

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