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Can you name the 5-letter words in this common bond ladder?

Quiz Updated Jan 24, 2017

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Hint5-Letter Word
It neighs
Viking language
Hospital health worker
In UK English, it's a 'handbag'
Latin for 'in and of itself' (two words)
UK village: ___ Pottage
Absence of war
Location
Commercial flying machine
Length of wood
Trick for humorous purposes
To turn a handle hard
Construction machinery for lifting
Unsightly old woman
Tedious continuous noise
Travelled by car
A lush wooded area
Burial spot after death
Evaluate academically
Alumni (abbr., plural)
Provokes or teases
California-based gym chain
Hint5-Letter Word
Possesses or grasps
Young adult novel by Louis Sachar
Distributes, gives out
Peaceful birds
Plunges, like UK's Tom Daley
Objects in which bees live
French for 'winter'
Float in a fixed position
Romeo or Paris, e.g.
Hepatic organ
Dwells
Henry VIII had six
Welcomes from a distance
Things for sale
Unsightly skin growths
Patiently sticks around
Legal commands
Commit to paper
It's not to be worn after Labor Day
To complain
Emit light
'Goosebumps' author R.L.
Hint5-Letter Word
Rock
Thieved or misappropriated
Not fresh
Jack climbed this
Big pile (of papers or pancakes)
Loose, undisciplined
Ozzy-led metal band: ___ Sabbath
Prevent or impede
A timepiece
Long cape-like garment
Frogs do this
Nationality of someone born in Zagreb
Medieval English coin
Excellent, like Tsar Peter or Alexander
American composer Charles
Eco-friendly
Avarice
Liberated
Cooked in oil
US term for 'chips'
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