Improper Prefixes 12Language brain teasers are those that involve the English language. You need to think about and manipulate words and letters.
The following definitions are for words that appear to have prefixes that lead to those improper definitions. The pronunciation for the "incorrect definition" may be different ("co ward" instead of "coward"). Example: to put something back together before it is broken = prefix (pre fix).
1) without a lyric poem
2) no longer in a state of latent hostility
3) in favor of pipes for transporting air
4) below a certain citrus fruit
Answer1) anode (an ode)
2) extension (ex tension)
3) product (pro duct)
4) sublime (sub lime)
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