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Grandma likes coffee but not tea

Grandma likes Why?
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What is a Shy Word™?

A Shy Word™ is a word ... There is no CSV version, because ...
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After the funeral

So first is to note that I’d imagine that Julia got nothing because As it turns out, To Agnes, I bequeath 12,000 pounds. To Eli, I bequeath 201,000 pounds. To Eric, I bequeath 95,000 pounds. To ...
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What is a God Word™?

A God Word™ is a word that...
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What is a Jeeves Word™?

A Jeeves Word™ is one which The words are
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What is a Venomous Word™?

The answer:
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What is a Racist Word™?

I think the answer is Racist Words™ Non-Racist Words™ They are called Racist™ because
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What is a Croupier's Word™?

A Croupier's Word™ For example, TRASHED is one because For completeness,
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“I just can’t solve this easy puzzle!”

In this puzzle, all of the sums: However, try as I might (and having applied some pretty strict criteria) I just could not find another pair of numbers which could belong to this set - no matter ...
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What is a Cyclone Phrase™?

Each word in a cyclone phrase has
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What is a Peruvian Word™?

I think a Peruvian word is one for which The examples are
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What makes an Interesting Puzzle™?

Subpuzzles A Fringe Word™ A Not Fringe Word™ A Leaping Set™ A Not Leaping Set™ A Persistent Phrase™ A Not Persistent Phrase™ A Square Number™ A Not Square Number™ A Double Jump Word™ A Not ...
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What is a Versatile Word™?

A Versatile Word is: Examples: 1. She ate a ( peach / pear ). 2. He ( boats / sails ) in the summer. ...
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What is a Bumpy Word™?

In a word, Then a Bumpy word is Example: Why "Bumpy"?
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What is a Ping Pong Word™?

A Ping Pong Word™ is a word that
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What is a Perfect Word™?

A perfect word is Example How I found my answer
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What is an Organizable Word™?

An Organizable Word is Below is a list of the example words that shows how they are Organizable:
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What is a Green Word™?

I'm not sure if this is correct, but
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What is an Eternal Word™?

An Eternal Word™ is The name:
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What is a Halved Word™?

A Halved Word™ is a word that, Scene Agrin Horse Icons Stein Metro Latte Host Pear Four
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What is a Casino Word™?

I think a Casino Word has the property that Examples
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A Company of Thirteen

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Properties: Left of the colon

First puzzle Second puzzle Third puzzle
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What kind of car do I have?

I think you have a Reasoning
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What is a Koffka Word™? (also: Connect the Clues!)

Koffka words
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Silly Sally likes wearing glasses but not spectacles

I think the idea here is that: BONUS:
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What is a Workman Word™?

I believe...
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What is a Romeo Word™?

I bet a Romeo Word™ is one which The table taught as: What's wrong with the title?
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What is a CirKle Word™?

It seems like all CirKle words Example Meaning of the name
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What is a Bind Word™?

Bind Words™ are ones which are Examples are Double Bind Words™ are And they are called Bind words because
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