Just For Fun Quiz / Word Ladder: Appropriate Opposites

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Hint5-Letter Word
Poem part
Brink or threshold
To combine, or immerse
Devoted blue-haired wife of Homer
What Gaston’s roughly the size of
Wilkes-_____, Pennsylvania, or a stationary ballet handrail
British novelist of “Smiley’s People,” John le _____
Tote, or bear within oneself, as an unborn child
People with this name include basketballer Bird and CNNer King
British name for a truck used to transport freight and cargo
Newbery medalist for “Number the Stars” and “The Giver,” author Lois _____
In a humble manner; or, not in a high position, manner, or degree
Having full or saggy flesh around the lower cheeks and jaw, like a bulldog
Full of high spirits; convivial. The word is often associated with Christmastime and Santa Claus
It can refer to Unsinkable _____ Brown, or it can be slang for the drug ecstasy
Old, antiquated, or fusty; also, what bread becomes if you leave it on the counter too long
Temperamental or subject to depression. Harry Potter fans will associate this word with an Auror’s catchphrase: “constant vigilance!”
Containing or comprised of fibers made mostly of xylem that form the branches and roots of trees and shrubs
Of a verbosity excessive in nature, tending to obfuscate the intrinsic meaning of statements by using more verbiage than required

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