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If it was my friend, I'd serve him a big fat


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I think you might be: My prefix sounds of lines My infix's on signs My suffix's hat's askew I'm Spanish, it's true As for the title:


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Do possessive nouns count? Also, is there a specific dictionary that the word has to be in? For S, the word "suss's" (4/5) would beat out "assess" and "sasses." If possessive nouns aren't allowed, then "susses" would tie for the record (4/6).


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Grid: Explanations: Right clues: These are in TEDESCO (German). Left clues: These are in SPANISCH (Spanish). Down clues: These are in FRANCES (French). Up clues: These are in ITALIEN (Italian).


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What a magnificent puzzle! There is a very special novelty to it, in that: Here is the completed grid: Cryptic clue explanations (I've tried to do the shorthand but bear with me - I'm still learning it!):


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A look in a thesaurus tells us that a synonym of 'balanced' is: This might mean that this mathematician prefers their breakfast to have: Since they use 'whole milk'... Since the mathematician is from a European country, this means they are most likely:


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Partial answer - sets of 8, 5, 4(?), 3, 2 found so far One set of words is formed by We still need to find the sets of size seven and six Another set is formed by Another set is (possibly?) formed by Another set is formed by Another set is formed by That leaves the following words remaining to be classified:


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It is My prefix means to work together, and when written in full words, it means something almost rectangular. My infix is neves semit thgie semit enin in Italy, and when written in full words, it means something usually rectangular. My suffix is indivisible, and when written in full words, it can end its own suffix. My whole, despite not being Phileas ...


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