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Words whose first letter can be changed to give another word..

And you got an Avi!! :o

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Words whose first letter can be changed to give another word..

Nope. Nice try. Fees could be changed to bees but fees didn't make it.

And you got an Avi!! :o

:lol: I figured it was about time. I've been looking but this is the first one that I've found that:

a) isn't a celebrity

b) isn't of Thalia from Percy Jackson

c) I like

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Just thought I'd post both lists in one place.

Accepted:___|__Rejected:

all_________|__green______coffee_____rhythm____bob

ill_________|__glass______happy______syzygy____art

wee_________|__doors______caffeine___rough_____and

eye_________|__door_______study______moo_______are

fee_________|__cup________night______fees______care

hint________|__mug________long_______moon______give

mint________|__steaming___yipee______gig_______foe

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racking

brain

please

provide

clue

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Accepted:___|__Rejected:

all_________|__green______coffee_____rhythm____bob_____racking

ill_________|__glass______happy______syzygy____art_____brain

wee_________|__doors______caffeine___rough_____and_____please

eye_________|__door_______study______moo_______are_____provide

fee_________|__cup________night______fees______care____clue

hint________|__mug________long_______moon______give

mint________|__steaming___yipee______gig_______foe

It might help to write the accepted words down. I say might because I'm not sure how you write. If you write like me, it probably won't stick out. However, I know some people who write a certain way that would make the rule stick out. It drove my English teacher nuts.

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Well, technically it was "language arts" but whatever you call it, the way you wrote your sentences, phrases, words, etc. was of capital importance in that class. If you think about it though, the answer is really quite straight forward. ;)

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Something to do with "stick" letters and "round" letters? Like, A is a "stick" letter since it's all straight lines, C is a "round" letter since it's all curves, and something like B would be "both" since it's both "stick" and "round"..... :unsure:

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Something to do with "stick" letters and "round" letters? Like, A is a "stick" letter since it's all straight lines, C is a "round" letter since it's all curves, and something like B would be "both" since it's both "stick" and "round"..... :unsure:

Hmm. I think you've got it. Can you be a little more specific?

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Maybe something to do with the ratio? Can't thnk of anything else...

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Did you get my hint? It sounded like you almost had it.

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Lemme think a little more.... I think I found your hint, I just wasn't thinking of it as a hint before about twenty seconds ago. :lol:

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Well, I was thinking that maybe it's something like, There has to be at least one "stick" letter. But then glass would've made it, but it didn't. Then I thought it was something like, It has to be made of all "stick" and/or all "round" letters, but then mint wouldn't have made it, but it did. NOW I'm thinking it's something like, That's a lie, I'm not tihnking anything.

Any hits?

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Hmm.. I think I got it. Words which when written in capital letters contain no curved letters.

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Yes, that's probably it. Nice job, cat! :thumbsup:

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I'd say you really got it first..so you can host.

This has nothing to do with my inability to come up with a creative or awesome rule, but..

Its yours Kitten!

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:lol: okay...... *thinks*

GO!

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Yep. That was it. Did you get my hint then?

red

orange

yellow

green

blue

indigo

violet

standard

procedure

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The straight forward bit? Yeah, that's what I thought was your hint....

Accepted:

Orange

Blue

Indigo

Standard

Procedure

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that

and

the

comment

about

capital

importance

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I get it now. ;)

Accepted:

Orange

Blue

Indigo

Standard

Procedure

About

Capital

Importance

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*Whispers* May I join?

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Welcome to the club, panther! :D

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*Whispers* May I join?

Of

course!

It's

an

open

game.

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Accepted:

Orange

Blue

Indigo

Standard

Procedure

About

Capital

Importance

Course

Open

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Awesome!

Lets

Try

Some

New

Words

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