New answers tagged

6

Ragaman Street Integer Street Strongarm Street Now Orderly Street


0

If you used this for just a moment, slowly:


29

If you take the two words,


0

The common household object could be As,.


4

Independent words are ones of which their They are


1

I think, barring transcription errors, we have the total beginning sequence (cut into smaller bits for readability.) We want to make the following cuts Admittedly,


22

A marker could have been attached to one of these: Or maybe near one end of this?


14

Did you


4



1

Was it: Image:


2

Is it a The pattern is


3

I think that it is the Because of this, and the mechanism that causes the lines to form and be as wiggly as they are, I'd assume the vehicle was a


8

Considering hints:


0

Is it a and the drawing represents


0

I could be completely wrong about this, but is it Vehicle Pattern


0

Were you in:


4

Explanation


2

Is it a


18

They all The title


5

Edited solution:


3

One answer could be As, For,


5

A Target Word is: The usual arrangement for such an object is (clockwise from top): Which translates to: All the listed words can be found via this method: As for the name: And the clue...


3

The quiz is very open to interpretation, so this is mine. This leads to the final solution:


24

For each given word you can: This is hinted at by: Edit: Double edit :


24

I think the middle number is First sequence Second sequence Third sequence


0

Converting my Aug 7 comment into an answer: The house number is because on M street: and on K street:


1

Partial I don't actually have an answer, yet. Here's something, though: Might be worth noting that


11

A Human Word is a word where: Like so: The hint was helpful, as:


11

I believe Grandpa's complete itinerary is: Explanation: As @El-Guest found, Grandpa is: There are several possibilities for the 4th, 5th and 6th cities on the list if this is the only stipulation. However: Since Grandpa has already visited the 3 cities mentioned just now... There are only 3 such cities which fill the 4th slot on the list: Following this,...


10

Not enough rep to comment, so I'll leave my comments here. Is it a coincidence that:


5

This feels like a reach but most of the words do match. Is it: Explanation: And the title fits because


13

I think a Keyboard Word™ is one where: For example: This holds true for all the Keyboard Words™ and does not work for all the Not Keyboard Words™ so I believe it is what defines a Keyboard Word™.


2

I doubt that this is the intended solution, but it does correctly partition the sets: Intuitively,


6

A Dominant Word: Like so: As for the name:


9

I think a Check Word is a word that They are called Check Words because


27

I think a Casino Word has the property that Examples


3

I think the answer is Because on M street: Because on K street:


7

The National Puzzlers' League calls this a transpogram. A word or phrase becomes another when divided into two parts, which are interchanged. For example: ONE = rock-hard, TWO = hard rock (referring to the kind of music). Answers must be dictionary entries (or well known) but the parts need not be: for example, ONE = alloy, TWO = loyal. The latter ...


11

I think the house number is Since K street is all engineers, Since M street is all mathematicians, The house number


5

Partial answer. I believe the answer is Because Also


3

In JavaScript we might code (into the console): str="snail"; "snail" strArr=str.split(''); [object Array]: ["s", "n", "a", "i", "l"] strArr.push(...strArr.splice(0,1)); 5 strArr.join(''); "nails" so:


4

I'm not a fan of these types of puzzles but I think the reasoning is as follows


4

I'm not aware of an existing name for the method of constructing anagrams you describe. The method for creating any anagram is, of course, to rearrange the letters to form a new word or words, which could be achieved by moving one letter, or any number of letters, so no matter how many letters you move or where you move them from/to, there is really just one ...


6

I think that a Zirconium Word is such that One exception


10

I think that a Written Word satisfies the property that Examples


7

A Tetris Word is such that Why didn't I get this sooner


13

Mono words: Thus: As for the name:


5

Building Block Words™ are words ... Specifically:


3

PARTIAL ANSWER A Tetris Word™ always contains But some of the Not Tetris Words™ also have the same property, so this isn't a sufficient condition.


7

A Fade Word™ is As shown by Incidentally


Top 50 recent answers are included