Language Quiz / Cut 'It' Out (6 letter version)

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Can you name the words, based on the definition, before or after 'IT' has been removed?

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DefinitionAnswerDefinition without 'IT'
Cutting or sarcastic, as in a remarkSearch engine or cherry
Medium-sized, predatory fishSonny, Chaz, or U2 singer
Part of a lobster exoskeletonJay Leno facial feature
Related to sexual intercourseBlack combustible mineral substance
LimitedAdjective for dining or china
Disputed, scoldedEscaped custody
Enlargement of the thyroid gland'The Movie____', by Walker Percy
Mineral name of NaClActors Lucy or Tony
Inflammation of a part of the eyeColored part of the eye
Flying a light-framed material in the windLear, Edward VI, or Louis XIV
Inflammation of the earRedding, or Milo's pug companion
Feels sorry forBlueberry and Dutch Apple, e.g.
Metal spikes used in climbingPart of the brain stem above the medulla
Of good manners and etiquette Word following North, South, or bean
Financial gain over expensesUniversity instructor (abbr.)
Ostrich, rhea, or emuFixed price, or to assign a standard score
Revise, againWoodwind need
Instruments played by Ravi ShankarRespiratory virus prominent in 2002-2003 (acronym)
Football team coached by Denzel WashingtonBronzes in the sun
Father of The Little Mermaid1982 Jeff Bridges film
Truth'The ____ Hungry Caterpillar', by Eric Carle
BleachQuestion word
Nickname of infamous gangster BulgerWhat Miss Muffet ate with her curds

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