a nearsighted ant sergeant negates an agent, denigrates estranged straightened gnat agents
An officer in an army of earthbound insects, suffering from poor eyesight, orders an informer to be dispensed with, and is harshly ...
16 Words (Internationalize)
I can assert with reasonable certainty that no longer chain exists (according to the dictionary that I am using to generate this). There are a huge number of variations of the chain starting with
but this one was possible to squeeze a grammatical sentence out of.
He is from
My prefix is anagram
My infix is anagram
My suffix is anagram
My prefix prefix is a horned animal
My prefix infix is an enlightened animal
My prefix suffix is a worn down animal
My suffix prefix is the worn down animal
My suffix infix is a slimy animal
My suffix suffix is the horned animal
Me, I am what you do when you don't want to do something,
My anagram is noble,
My other anagram is necessary for life,
My homophone is not getting any bigger,
My homophone's anagram is proved false.
Nikola Tesla, decrepit in old age, aggrieved by ailments, but still doing his experiments causing filaments (as in a light bulb) to explode.
A lamest Tesla sat at last - laments ailments, fulminates filaments.
In a post-apocalyptic world, farm animal meat is a thing of the past. To retain its customers, driven away by ever-increasing ...
Look for patterns, such as ing, tion, re/er, de/ed, qu, est, un, th, etc.
Remove the letters in these patterns first, then see if you can use the prefix/suffix with the remaining letters. (If you can't, then try another prefix/suffix. Some words just don't have prefixes/suffixes, though.)
Look at only the consonants, since th hmn brn cn stll ndrstnd mst ...
For a word to be self-anagrammable, ...
"Obviously the number of letters will always have to be even". That's not true:
As usual with such questions top hits are found by scouring huge word lists. A 17-letter word I found is:
"Presentational toenail replantations entail senatorial alterations rationale", leant a relation, late, at alternations tea.
A family member, at an afternoon event held to celebrate the ...
Didn't know this stack community existed, found it by chance when this thread came up in my feed, and I do love puzzles so I'm joining. Taking a shot at this one with this entry, one of my words is considered colloquial or obsolete though.
The suit should have a lot of folds
Contain a lot of metal discs
Please color it by using paint
Then decorate with flower leaves
And please adhere a crown with tape
Five items was I missing though
Replaced them with what I could find
King took the suit, and, going out,
Looked like the (?) man in town.
12 in ascending order of length
I, in tin unit, unite minute pinetum, tumpline, penultima; manipulate planetarium planetariums
I, in a metal shed, combine a very small coniferous arboretum, a load-carrying strap and a logic game, and handle models of the solar system in a building made for such a model
Are you and your archenemy:
Did you miss me? I hope you are alright.
And your closest person. What is he doing? Does he get any patients now?:
I also hope your elder girlfriend Nerie is fine.:
I am waiting for you at your home. And yeah, I have the key to the last part of your name.:
The solution is
The crossword was first solved by @NeilW, and @Sconibulus solved the alphametic and the maze (go upvote them!).
For the Sudoku:
For the Anagram:
For the Logic puzzle:
Back to the Sudoku:
Finally to the Maze:
There is a Wikipedia article concerning the longest word in English. The longest word there is ...
Unfortunately all words from the table in the Wikipedia article with lengths between 182 and 27 don't work for this puzzle, because each of them contains at least one non-repeated letter.
If you think this is too crazy and if place names are allowed there is ...
The ___, full of ___ water, ___ for several years before eroding.
In between the first and second ___, we met the ___ of ___.
The tailor did amazing work: some ___ and a ___ here and there handled the extra fabric (pardon the occasional and accidental ___) and a ___ in the mirror revealed a seamless fit.
From the ___, he sat quiet as a ___ while I ...
My anagram is what you should do,
My anagram's homophone is what you do in school,
My anagrams other homophone is a ceremony, often in religion
@QuantumTwinkie (using your anagram's other homophone's anagram):
The dots in between the squares...
These can be interpreted
There are also some other ways to extract similar arrangements of letters:
The data collected:
The next step needed heavy hinting for me to find it:
Unused information [hinted to be a clue to the step I did first]: