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Triple Double Letter Words
Can you name the words and phrases that have three sets of double letters?
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Note: Some of the double letters are separated by spaces or hyphens.
Double and Triple Celebrity Marriages
River from Georgia to Florida immortalized by Alan Jackson in song
A person who records the accounts or transactions of a business
This US State has its capital at Jackson and shares it name with a river
A person who fights and screams slurs at a soccer game (2 wds.)
A person who loves candy and sugar is said to have one of these (2 wds.)
This is the group of people just below the wealthiest in a society (3 wds.)
Montana's state flower whose name hides its underground tastiness
This dog breed was used for Eddie on the TV show 'Frasier' (3 wds.)
A state of being bleak, dismal and completely without joy
This is the 'Volunteer State' and is home to the NFL's Titans
Shakespearean comedy featuring Bertram and Helena (5 wds.)
This term for a mirror is what Alice went through in the sequel (2 wds.)
This city is the capital of the state of Florida
This begins 'Four score and seven years ago, our fathers...' (2 wds.)
This North American bird's loud call gives it its name (hyph.)
A group of legislators, led by a chair, tasked with creating legislation
Comedy team famous for movies and 'Who's on first?' (3 wds.)
A ranch-like salad dressing that gets its name and color from herbs (2 wds.)
This avian ovoid is a term used for the zero in a sports score (2 wds.)
In a manner that leads to favorable outcomes, money or eminence
This actor became famous as Stifler in the 'American Pie' films (3 wds.)
Gizmo used to grind the beans for your morning cup of java (2 wds.)
This extinct elephant has been discovered frozen in ice (2 wds.)
Pounding tool whose head has one side that's hemispherical (2 wds., hyph.)
Actress from 'Hand that Rocks the Cradle'
Where you live
Town near Disney World
What Kramer wanted to publish
Where you keep your numbers
He would have been awesome in that movie!
Sadly, that's not a word.
Well, that would probably be true.
Doesn't fit the clue, has 4 pairs of doubles, and also contains a word that was in the clue itself
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