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Can you name the words in each set, where each word includes the letters in the previous word, plus one extra letter?
Updated Dec 7, 2014
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A sample word set would be: 1) G 2) GO [O has been added] 3) DOG [D has been added] 4) DONG [N has been added] 5) GONAD [A has been added]. Letters need not remain in the same order each time.
Word Race (3 Letters)
It marks the spot on a treasure map. (1 letter)
The only Chinese zodiac animal with horns on its head. (2 letters)
The American TV station on which 'American Idol' and 'Glee' air. (3 letters)
Science-fiction series on ABC that is a re-imagining of a 1983 mini-series created by Kenneth Johnson. (1)
Commonly used abbreviation for 'television.' (2)
A doctor for animals. (3)
What you do when you exercise your right to suffrage. (4)
Oprah Winfrey's magazine. (1)
Opposite of 'yes.' (2)
An electrically charged particle. (3)
Chemical element with atomic number 26. (4)
A rhetorical device or use of words to convey a meaning opposite to literal meaning. (5)
First-person singular pronoun in English. (1)
It follows 'fa,' 'sol,' and 'la.' (2)
A finish to a competition (ie: in sports) with identical or inconclusive results. (3)
To leave, move out of, or depart from. (4)
To be real or have actual being. (5)
One who discriminates based on gender (ex: a male chauvinist). (6)
Roman numeral for '500.' (1)
Title for someone with a doctorate-level or medical degree. (2)
Famous 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?' singer Stewart. (3)
The property of a substance that activates the sense of smell. (4)
American rock band whose hit singles include 'Light My Fire' and 'Hello, I Love You.'
Hangs downward; bends toward the ground. (6)
The rhythm, stress, and intonation of speech. (7)
Symbol for the chemical element with atomic number 15. (1)
Common abbreviation for the writing added after the main body of a letter. (2)
A hot tub, or a place where one can get a massage. (3)
A tool used for shaping wood or other material, or a type of edible berry of plant species in the genus Rubus. (4)
Extra, or a bowling score indicating that all of the pins have been knocked down after the second ball of a frame. (5)
A group of words, or a theoretical concept in music that describes consecutive melodic notes that form a coherent unit together. (6)
Brand of disposable writing utensils, namely permanent markers, manufactured by Sanford and originally introduced in 1964. (7)
The commonly-blue September birthstone, or the author of 'Push' and 'The Kid.' (8)
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