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Puzzle ID:#868
Fun:*** (2.62)
Difficulty:** (1.95)
Category:Language
Submitted By:Michelle***

 

 

 



Name a five letter word which has three consonants all the same and two different vowels.





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Comments

Przybo
Oct 02, 2001

'added' is another possible answer.
Gerd*de*
Aug 29, 2003

I got assess, but *oops* when I ADDED I noticed, that's six four two.
cnmne*us*
May 24, 2004

added
humancalclator9*
May 21, 2005

i got it! idont normally get this kind...the hin kinda gave it away for me, but it was still great
humancalclator9*
May 21, 2005

*i dont
humancalclator9*
May 21, 2005

*hint
TehIgnored*us*
May 17, 2006

that was EZ.....i got both error and added.....
sho_shao*us*
Jun 13, 2006

tell me bout it, its easy to me cuz im an expert in language and that kind of stuff.
Spice_2Aus*
Jul 03, 2006

OMG I actually got this one!!! lol
seanlandrewsAus*
Aug 28, 2006

I got sassy.
grungy49Aau*
Dec 04, 2006

Couldn't resist making this list:

Added - Past tense of add.
Asses - A copper coin and early monetary unit of ancient Rome.
Cocci - Plural of coccus, a spherical bacterium.
Esses - The plural of the letter s.
Feoff - A piece of land held under the feudal system.
Mamma - The same as mama.
Momma - The same as mama.
Ninon - A sturdy chiffon or voile generally used in the manufacture of women's garments, curtains and drapery.
Pappi - A downy, bristly, or other tuftlike appendage of the achene of certain plants, as the dandelion and the thistle.
Poppa - The same as father.
Rarer - Thinly distributed over an area; coming or occurring far apart in time; unusually great
Tutti - All the voices or instruments together; used chiefly as a direction to indicate that all performers are to take part.
funnimunki
Apr 12, 2010

The vanity of some of you really amuses me! Haha
JayoAie*
Apr 02, 2011

Yeah some people on here love themselves WAY too much lol
personally I liked the puzzle

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