In the all-famous Riley riddles, you have to guess one word from clues about its prefix, infix and suffix. Here, instead,
You get three words. You must find one solution word that you can attach..
- to the beginning of one of the three words, (you have to figure out which one)
- somewhere in the middle of another, and
- to the end of the remaining word,
so that in each case, a new, single word is formed.
All the words here are very random, and some of them are even very rare, but every clue, result, and solution word is going to be strictly valid in Scrabble.
- ionized - flat - beg
- ole - serenity - re
- cation - bat - ha
- inland - asymptotic - dog
- king - sky - at
If you get stuck, you can write all the five solution words together, and the result will be yet another random Scrabble-valid word.
PS. This puzzle format is highly experimental, I'm kind of trying out a vague idea I had about puzzle creation. Any feedback and improvement suggestions will be highly appreciated.