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Rearrange the letters of the word ocean to form the name of a boat not often found on the ocean. If you begin with this five-letter word, you can form a homonym by removing just the first letter. You can form another homonym by removing just the second letter. What’s the word?.

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If you begin with this five-letter word, you can form a homonym by removing just the first letter. You can form another homonym by removing just the second letter. What’s the word?

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What two homonyms are also antonyms? One means “to build up.” The other means “to tear down.”

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What delicious thing do all of these words share?

beggar, coats, windjammer, hammer, appease, spear, plumber, caprice, tease, scream

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What orderly feature do all of these words share?

almost, bent, fir, clot, fez, hut

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What is so unusual about the words in this sentence?

I do not know every single British novelist currently publishing undebatable masterpieces.

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What is so unusual about the words in this paragraph?

This is an unusual paragraph in an important way. It conforms to our notions of grammar and syntax, but its words vary from typical options. Can you say how?

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What is so unusual about the words sanction, dust, bill, cleave, clip, fast, hold up, lease, screen, seed, temper, left?

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Tommy’s mother has three children, represented by these coins. One is named Penny, and another is named Nicole. What is the third child’s name?