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For puzzles which ask the solver to determine a hidden property of certain words (or phrases), given a set of words with that property and usually also a set of words without it for comparison. Puzzles with this tag often have titles of the form "What is a [...] Word™?"

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The set of complete words is a closed. So, a complete word plus another complete word is also a complete word. We can thus construct words from other words. For instance geekabdicating is one such wor …
answered Mar 7 '18 by Carl Löndahl