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Can you name the words in each set, where each word includes the letters in the previous word, plus one extra letter?
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A sample word set would be: 1) G 2) GO [O has been added] 3) DOG [D has been added] 4) DONG [N has been added] 5) GONAD [A has been added]. Letters need not remain in the same order each time.
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Roman numeral for '1000.' (1 letter)
Postal abbreviation of Missouri. (2 letters)
The SI unit of electrical resistance. (3 letters)
The symbol for the imaginary number defined as the square root of -1. (1)
3.14159265 . . . (2)
It really stands for 'requiescat in pace,' not 'rest in peace.' (3)
A travel or vacation, or a psychedelic experience. (4)
In typical academic grading systems, this is the worst grade you can get. (1)
It follows 'mi' and precedes 'sol.' (2)
The opposite of 'near.' (3)
A flat structure for support or transportation over water. (4)
To transplant or implant living tissue surgically into a bodily part to replace a damaged part or compensate for a defect. (5)
The third most commonly used letter in the English language. (1)
Roker, Bundy, or Gore. (2)
Quantifier describing every one, or a popular laundry detergent brand. (3)
A round, often spherical, object commonly used in games and sports. (4)
An item used to identify something or someone, or a categorization. (5)
A classical dance form characterized by grace and precision of movement and by elaborate formal gestures, steps, and poses. (6)
The one-letter symbol for the amino acid arginine. (1)
American medical drama TV series created by Michael Crichton that aired on NBC from 1994 to 2009; Clooney was part of the original cast. (2)
Type of rock containing minerals with important elements (ie: metals). (3)
To read or study carefully and attentively, or a tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid, fluid, or gas. (4)
A rhetorical figure of speech consisting of a play on words, or a musical embellishment of religious prose. (5)
Literature in metrical form; Keats and Wordsworth excelled in this field. (6)
Ceramic ware made from clay and baked in a kiln. (7)
The entertainment TV station owned by NBCUniversal; 'Keeping Up With That Kardashians' airs here. (1)
The masculine singular definite article in Spanish. (2)
The body part consisting of the femur, tibia, and fibula. (3)
A strong wind moving 45-90 knots, or Dorothy's last name in 'The Wizard of Oz.' (4)
Characterized by quickness, lightness, and ease of movement; nimble. (5)
To bind, or to combine sticky restriction cut site ends of DNA in a molecular biology cloning procedure. (6)
A colorless water-soluble glutinous protein obtained from animal tissues like bone and skin. (7)
Perceptible by touch. (8)
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