Language Quiz / Four Consecutive Consonants

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QUIZ: Can you name the words with four consecutive consonants?

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

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