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Can you name the words that have three consecutive consonants (lefthand column) or vowels (righthand column)?

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What a caterpillar becomes when it matures.
A complete failure or fiasco.
The fleshy fruiting body of a fungus, or a toadstool.
First name of U.S. Presidents Jackson and Johnson.
Red fruit with external ovaries that commonly accompanies shortcake.
A sudden, intense feeling of fear.
'America's Next Top Model' host and judge Tyra ______.
Dual-chambered sac containing the male generative gland in animals.
Object used for protection from the rain, or a hit by Rihanna.
Traditional Taurus birthstone, or the author of 'Push.'
An upright frame, often one of a series, over which athletes in a race jump.
It follows two and precedes four.
NBC's show '_____ and Recreation' stars Amy Poehler.
Ebenezer's surname in 'A Christmas Carol.'
French naturalist who incorporated the action of soft inheritance into his evolutionary theories.
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Song title used separately by Christina Aguilera and Eminem, or a word meaning 'very pretty.'
A Hawaiian feast.
The sound a mouse makes, or a Smalltalk implementation in programming.
The Star Wars princess once held captive by Jabba the Hutt.
Lucky Charms: 'They're magically ______!'
First name of Sanders, the former NFL cornerback who also played in the MLB.
First name of fashion designer Vuitton.
Supercontinent that existed before the continents separated into their current configuration.
One who practices divination, or a song by Buckethead from 'Crime Slunk Scene.'
To accept something reluctantly but without protest.
An Arab of any of the nomadic tribes of the Arabian, Syrian, Nubian, or Sahara deserts.
'Drop Dead ______': 1999 film about a beauty pageant that turns deadly and stars Kirsten Dunst, Denise Richards, and Allison Janney, or a synonym for 'very pretty'
French word for 'yes.'
Commissioned military officer, or an official empowered to act for a higher official.

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