Fill in the blanks below. Each sentence uses words that are anagrams of each other. In each pair of sentences, solve the first sentence, change one letter of an answer-word from that sentence, and shuffle it to form the answer-words for the second sentence. The answer-words in all sentences are the same length. Other than that, there is no correlation between answer-words from one sentence-pair to the next. All resulting sentences must make sense, and must use answer-words that are legal in Scrabble.
A similar earlier puzzle is here:
Police have determined that the ______ came into the country through ______ routes.
The professor explained that the ______ tip allows the rocket to be more aerodynamic in the atmospheric phase of flight, which the ______ student wrote down as “pointy = faster”.
When the royals went crab-hunting for the first time, the ______ learned the hard way about ______.
The ______ left the faucet running, and two days later the ______ ran out of water.
Dolly Lloyd runs hunting cabin ______, and each one has ______ over the fireplace.
The ______ left office after he was accused of ______.