"Here is a group of words with a specific property-- except for one", said Grandpa. He had his Merriam Webster dictionary out.
I looked at them.
"They are all six letter words and all start and end with consonants", I observed.
"Brilliant, Einstein!" Grandpa interrupted.
"Now one word in that group not only follows that property, but extends it further. It stands out."
"Also, I just checked in my dictionary. One of the words does not belong to this group," said Grandpa.
"So what is that property, and what are those two words, son? Make sure your answer only involves MW or Collins dictionary words and no proper nouns or abbreviations are allowed."
I started scratching my head.
Focus on 2 letters at a time