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Answer: This was short and sweet, and I quite like it.


12

Maybe... Glad you were rescued from that beach!


10

It seems that each Blended Wordtail: This means the menu should read as follows: First round's on me! PS One minor observation:


8

You need Not a state secret, but still confidential. Becomes chaotic when unplanned. Found in New York, but not anymore. He's been lost without a trace. This is a site for those who create, solve and study puzzles. Nothing goes unnoticed here. Best to wear this in a fight.


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Partial answer (some subpuzzles solved, some not yet solved) Okay, let's get the obvious out of the way. Well, that wasn't particularly interesting. But wait a second... 1: 2: 3: 4: (unsolved) 5: (unsolved) 6: 7: (unsolved)


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With the third hint, it is now possible to see a cycle using: Re Hint 2, the 'two colours' referred to are:


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I have a possible answer: While is a portion of, anagram, and ROT-13 are self-explanatory, the sources for the other three transformations are linked below: Note:


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Garden flower provided in all drinks. So beautiful you'll just look at it rather than drinking. Every single review values it highly. The glass alone indicates its value. The best solution when you're emotional. So good it will shock your system.


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A Dime Word is And it's called a Dime Word because Incidentally,


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A word is StraightforWord™ if it Only StraightforWord™s fit this pattern


5

The answer is The equations refer to Specifically,


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The title refers to which of course also explains the "security risk" and identifies the commonality between the groups, which are


4

(9 words) Not terribly satisfactory, but I think it should be valid.


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I think the wording here conjures up images of: I am but a linguist that lives in a cave. I talk with visitors from the central city. When the dragon comes, I invite him inside. The lions stay out, but gain trust and enter. Merchants and messengers come in to rest. Politicians peer outside, but remain indoors.


4

Putting the two hints together gives a straightforward answer:


3

Ok, I'll throw my imperfect guess into the ring


3

I think a Sharp word is For example: It is called "Sharp" because


2

The hint says that capitalisation is important. If we interpret each capitalised word to mean Grandpa's first sentence looks like this: So maybe we need to find a word that fits in all of these somehow. So maybe Grandpa is


1

Possibly the word is Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7


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Most of the puzzle was solved, but I offer two solutions for the title word, relevant to: Someone help me heal my wounds My younger sister telling to me that I need something. That something is such long word I not understand so she gives me a puzzle to find it. or These two can both lose one letter to become the 1st day's word, as answered:


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I have made a cycle with 8 words:


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I don't find this terribly satisfactory, but it does kinda meet all the conditions. has an anagram which has an antonym which ROT13s to which has a synonym which has a homonym which is a part of The last step is the least satisfactory one for me; the others all seem pretty good.


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Partial Answer Here is a very easy answer: If that is just on purpose, here is another answer: For example:


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Could it be something like Dethrone the king, cast out the poorest Revolution repeated summons me soonest Put the rocks in the sky and the sun in the sea Either way 'round, I'll still be me I am (mostly) in crabs, and fish, and in birds This way I am myself in these very words Fastest in each of a metronome's flicks And part of its tastiest ticks


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These are probably wrong but here are some ideas I've had revolving around....


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Here's an answer: On many minds of the human race If you do not have me you will face Turning me high at a feeding place Being considered a family disgrace Re hint:


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A score of 41. Or a very abstract score of 140.


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