Meal and Superquiz, Friday 23 September

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By Ellen Fitzgerald

MEAL

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Find words of four letters or more. Each word must contain the middle letter, and each letter is used only once. Find at least one word of nine letters. No colloquial or foreign words, capitalized nouns, apostrophes or hyphens. No verbs or plurals ending in “s”. The solution list is not exhaustive.

Reference source: Macquarie Dictionary.

Today’s goals: 15 words, average; 19 words, good; 24+ words, excellent

Yesterday’s meal: alit, atilt, late, lati, latte, lilt, lite, little, tael, tail, tale, tali, tall, tattle, teal, patte, tela, tell, tile, till, tilt, titi, TITILLATE, title, tittle.

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