Find a pair of "bridge words" to fill in the gaps of the sentences below. Bridge words are words where the last $n\geq3$ letters of the first word are the same as the first $n$ letters of the second word. The words must then both be more than $n$ letters long ("hotshots-hotshots" would be a valid bridge pair ($n=4$), but "here-here" would not be).
Q: Sometimes we torture people. Sometimes we don't. We ______ our ______.
A: We intersperse our persecution.
Okay, here goes:
- Good climbers leave the _______ ________.
- I caught _____ of the person _______ in the pool.
- She lives far out on the ______, ______ from society.
- I could see that the glamorous lady was ______ _______ that caught the light.
- We've ______ all the evidence and concluded that alcoholism is _______.
- The dentist used an odd ______ to save information about her patient's ______.
- I was sick in the West Indies, but in the ______ I was the ______.
- I take a coat and dress out of the wardrobe, ______ the _______, and return them.
- Grimm's _________ was left ______ after the queen guessed his name.
- The king said to the regent: "I'll be back tomorrow, so you must _____ _______."
$n$ is equal to 5 or 6.