Language Quiz / Four Consecutive Consonants

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Can you name the words with four consecutive consonants?

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ClueAnswer
What you might do to a jumbled word
Extended, such as one's arm
Difficult direction to row
Comforting heat
Homer Simpson's is 'D'oh!'
Where one might drill for oil
Type of music note usually worth half a beat
Trinket
Quiet person at a party
Where you would find the basement
Sorcery
One tenth of a nanometer
It precedes thunder
What a ruler measures
ClueAnswer
'Digit-al' torture device?
Key pressed following a typo
You celebrate yours once a year
Its intensity is measured on the Richter scale
Teenage star
Newborn member of the avian family
One way to swim
Adversity
It might contain a peanut butter and jelly sandwich
One who writes in place of the stated author
Veal cutlet dipped in batter and fried
Passenger vehicle pulled by one person
Artist's tool
Eastern European beet soup

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