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Take it to the Bank

Language brain teasers are those that involve the English language. You need to think about and manipulate words and letters.

 

Puzzle ID:#49065
Fun:*** (2.4)
Difficulty:*** (2.42)
Category:Language
Submitted By:Gizzer*
Corrected By:Gizzer

 

 

 



Change one letter of each of these 3 words to create a new set of words with a common theme.

walk, boy, sleet





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Comments

bradon182001*us*
Oct 07, 2011

Well done, try as hard as I could to figure this out, I finally had to look at the answer.Excellent teaser. Thanks for posting.
boodlerAgb*
Oct 13, 2011

Fleet Street was known for hundreds of years as a centre for PRINTING, but is now more known for its LEGAL connections. "The City" is the term for the FINANCIAL district of London. Therefore this teaser isn't.
Gizzer*
Oct 13, 2011

My apologies for any offense given by the error in this teaser. It was not intentional. I have submitted a correction.
boodlerAgb*
Sep 06, 2012

Fleet Street was known for hundreds of years as a centre for PRINTING, but is now more known for its LEGAL connections. "The City" is the term for the FINANCIAL district of London. Therefore this teaser still isn't.
Gizzer*
Sep 06, 2012

I submitted the correction after your original comment, boodler. The correction has yet to be processed by the editors.
boodlerAgb*
Sep 09, 2012

OK bud.



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