I recently discovered a satisfying new word game called 'doublets.' Lewis Carroll actually invented this game. You start with one word and have to change it into another word, but you can only change it one letter at a time. Also, when you change a letter, you have to form a real word, and you only have a certain number of spaces to solve it with. Here's an example for WARM to COLD.
Here's the ones you can try to solve:
I am still stumped on the last two, but I can try and give hints if these are too challenging.
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