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This is probably a: Or it could be a:


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Are you... I am an invisible key but I don't open a lock. I am infinite and I am growing faster than anything. You are in me but you cannot see me. You need me when there is too much going on around you. I am a physical quantity.


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You are: I can: Go with your heart but not with your brain I can: Mess with your head but not with your hair I can: Flow with your blood and hang with your shoulder I can: Stay with your feet but not with your ankle And as for the title:


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You have lost a: First note that each clue: Now we can also see that: Now use the diagrams. What we have here are: These can be constructed like so: So now putting the words in green together, we know you have lost:


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(In this answer, I'm going to assume readers already know how the puzzle works.) First image: The second puzzle is more interesting - the two subpuzzles seem to contain each other.


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That is tricky. Nothing comes to my mind.


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Children lie and say they have my prefix when they don't want to go to school. Dating singles will use my infix to refer to the 2 of them. Wise men will examine my suffix so that they could improve upon themselves. Every children's book needs someone doing my whole word. What am I?


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I think that again we are looking at 3 affix homophones, which make the whole: My prefix might be your response if your crush asks you on a date. You may liken your relationship to my infix when things are confusing between you. I advise that you take my suffix if you plan on any sort of intimacy. Altogether, if you are impressed by him/her you may use ...


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I think this affix-riddle uses three homophones rather than relying on the exact spelling of the affixes, and the answer could well be: My prefix is what you might do with your date. You and your date may use my infix as a pronoun to refer to the two of you. You would be happy if your relationship between the two of you does my suffix. All together, I am ...


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To start, So, doing that: And to solve the puzzle:


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I think the word we're looking for here is Steal my infix and expect to earn Steal my whole and get exposed Steal my prefix and forever burn Steal my suffix and silence arose


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Maybe going a completely wrong direction, but with the hints One thing comes to mind, which is that perhaps they were tired of normal burgers and decided to instead have: We can kind of get there, although it seems forced in a few parts, or maybe I missed a better alternative...


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I believe the answer is: Steal my prefix and fire shall arise. Steal my suffix and someone dies. Steal my infix and differ from guys. Steal my whole and go reorganize.


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I think I've figured out some of the clues, but have only located a couple in the word search.. 1 thousand stars – “Peace age sunshine dawns” (8) 2 thousand stars – “A star queue banded overhead” (8) 3 thousand stars – “Is thunderbolt carrier of Zeus” (6) 5 thousand stars – “Is a worthy foe on Hercules’ first labor” (3) 6 thousand stars – “The quick ...


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Hear me out here - after Hint 7 I'm pretty darn certain that the intended answer is: Allow me to explain... The word I am seeking is not very long, it's part of a show, where connections are strong. The prefix is meant to be one single word, that's made by cute kitten, I guess you have heard. The infix is silent, but still in the name, it's commonly used ...


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With the new hint I think I understand the overlying theme: This also explains Hint 1:


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First: Continuing might be a bit tricky, though: With this, we can break into the others: 3: Now things get tougher: And I'm not completely sure of the last one:


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I think the answer may be: Steal my prefix and perform a sacrifice. Steal my suffix and venture all over ice. Steal my infix and a shove from fatality. Steal my whole and forget a part of me. PS As for the title, I don't think this is relevant to the word itself - instead it's purely to set the tone for the rhyme: 'brutal' in the sense of a human/animal ...


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These Vowelburgers™ are made with And they are: Not sure if the title is relevant, but the "loophole" might refer to


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Are you With two I like to react With three I'm a good friend With four I might give a raise With five I'm made of three Title:


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You are As in But not


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The answer is: Look down on the top layer. One long word is very prominently visible. That word is: When we do that, we can spot another word in the new grid: Doing that, another new word becomes apparent: Excavate this area down to level 4, and we get the following new grid, concealing the words: Excavate this down to level 5 to find: Excavating this ...


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I don't think I've ever posted a serious answer to a question with this many plausible solutions, so maybe it's time that I, at last, will:


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I think the answer might be which is used for


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Partial answer: Some ideas of how this might apply: Those are my ideas so far. Perhaps there is something I'm missing, but I am not sure what the next step is...


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