You can get a hint of what this one is from this one.

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  • Jailkidant is what I see – Duck Aug 19 at 19:24
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    I have an answer but as a noob I don't know how to post the "hover-reveal" format. – Weather Vane Aug 19 at 19:25
  • Start the line with ">!" to do a spoiler – AlexanderJ93 Aug 19 at 19:26
  • @AlexanderJ93 sorry that doesn't work, but it was an easy question. – Weather Vane Aug 19 at 19:27
  • @WeatherVane: I dunno. I've never answered a puzzle myself. Sorry. – Wordster Aug 19 at 19:29
up vote 5 down vote accepted

I think it is

consonance/consonant (con(vict) + son + ant)

  • It sure is! I have to wait a few minutes to check your answer, tho. – Wordster Aug 19 at 19:28
  • You're right: it was supposed to be singular. ;) – Wordster Aug 19 at 20:32

My answer is:

consonant

con-son-ant

  • This answer has already been posted. – Yout Ried Aug 19 at 19:30
  • Yes, but Kevo beatcha to it, @Weather Vane. Sorry/ – Wordster Aug 19 at 19:30
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    @Wordster he wouldn't if I didn't have to ask how to post it! – Weather Vane Aug 19 at 19:31
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    (Spoiler markup is notoriously tricky. It's a bit like blockquote markup, but the >! must be repeated at the beginning of every line and there may be no blank lines in between.. The "real" markup, that is the line breaks, must then either be done with two or more spaces at the end of lines or with HTML markup, <br />. Often, formatting an answer is tricker than finding it. :(.) – M Oehm Aug 19 at 19:33
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    @MOehm thanks for the edit and the tip. I had a blank line in between. Usually I experiment with format in an old post that no-one will be looking at. Is there a "hidden quote" format icon to click? It seems obvious that there should be. – Weather Vane Aug 19 at 19:34

Maybe a stretch but

Prison Sentence

because

Prison + Son + Ants

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    Good try, but no cigar, sorry! – Wordster Aug 19 at 19:27

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