If a word conforms to a special rule, I call it an R-complete Word™.
Use the examples below to find the rule.
|R-complete Words™||Not R-complete Words™|
* This is a Double R-complete Word™
R-complete Words™,Not R-complete Words™ TAX,TRIBUTE NEEDLE,PIN SUN,MOON BEST,WORST PUZZLE,RIDDLE COFFEE,TEA SCIENCE,PHILOSOPHY COLUMN,ROW CARTOONS*,SERIES HEAVEN,HELL TRUCK,LORRY
What is the rule?
There are many more R-complete Words™
Hints: A hint will be given every 50 views for the first three hints. After that, 1 hint every 100 views or 15 votes.
Hint #1 (50 views):
- It is also called 3R word because it is based on a 3-component score (Bonus: "Truck" is R-Complete and "Lorry" is not)
Hint #2 (100 views):
The R-score is defined as $$R = (R_1, R_2, R_3)$$ and a word is R-complete if $$ \min(R) > 0 $$
Hint #3 (150 views):
- Here is a hint in the form of mini-puzzle
- Bonus: Answering @rand-althor question, Yes, an anagram of the word will keep its property, it's still a 3-complete word.
Hint #4 (250 views):
- R-Complete, Not R-Complete
- Ant, Bee
- Bull, Cow
- Camera, Picture
- Double, Triple