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Consecutive Consonant Words
Can you name the Words With Consecutive Consonants?
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Begins and Ends with 'R'
Plural form of the word meaning 'the unit of language, consisting of one or more sounds'
Name for the dot above the lowercase letters 'i' and 'j'
The only month name with three consecutive consonants
An example of one is Babel Fish
Edward Elgar's famous work, Pomp and ________________
An organization devoted to the promotion of a particular cause or program, such as a school
Adjective describing anything pertaining to a church, its teachings, functions, or organizations
The action that an object is meant to perform
A word used to describe any 2-D figure with four angles and four sides (general category)
One unit of measurement for this is gradian
An inflammation of a mucus membrane, usually accompanied by excessive secretions
Active, nimble, agile, energetic
The longest extent of an object measured from end to end
Comes after seventh
Ordinal number for 12
5-syllable adjective meaning 'beautiful'
An electric spark usually occurring during a thunderstorm
Vibrations in the earth's crust caused by sudden rupture and rebound in rocks where elastic tension has built up
A feeling of dread, anxiety, or anguish
The act of showing a person or people how something is done or how an object functions
A swimming style where the swimmer swims facing up
The geographical location of a person's birth
With or in the direction of a river's flow
A short, thin piece of flammable wood used to make matches
Usually abbreviated 'P.S.' and put at the end of a note or letter
A place for evening entertainment, usually open until early morning; most serve alcoholic beverages and offer their patrons entertainment
A string passed through a hole in a door to lift a metal bar that locks the door on the other side
A phrase that is used very often by a person or character
A piece of cleared land that is used by flying vehicles as an emergency landing area (2 words)
A band of cloth or leather used to secure a clock to a person's wrist
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Eight (counting 'y' as a consonant)
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