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22 Steps using Knight -> Rook and Queen -> King from jafe's answer


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25 steps


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Here's some other words that should get you free ice cream: But why? The answer lies within Words with no two: Words with a two: Now the only question I have is what kind of training the cashiers go through to figure these out.


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I’m thinking this is wrong, because there are some words that break the pattern, but could it be that So a word that could get you ice cream is I have no idea if this has anything to do with anything, but So could I have a scoop of


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This fits for 1.N:


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I think #2 is Although those aren't really opposites, as the first means "readily apparent" while the second means "unaware of what is readily apparent", rather than "hidden or obscured".


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For #1: For #2, a pile of not-really-opposites (but I don't find the "official" answer very convincing either, I'm afraid): (Note: I am using computer assistance, which may be disqualifying depending on @Trenin's intentions.) The following were found when I was under the misapprehension that #2 was looking for LL rather than LI. The first is mostly a joke....


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I have a guess, though it doesn't seem to quite fit: I'm fairly confident in this even though it doesn't quite fit:


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