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Can you name the words that 1) start with E, 2) contain at least 3 E's and 3) have no other vowels?
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Triple Double Letter Words
Silicon, silver or sulfur.
Streisand's 1976 Oscar-winning song, also called 'Love Theme from 'A Star Is Born''.
Highly regarded or respected.
Style of sport that involves speed, height or danger.
In theatre, the entire troup of singers or dancers.
In the US, a dish served as a main course.
In the UK, it may be served earlier.
British female soul singer whose biggest hit to date is 'American Boy'.
Chemically concentrated liquid;
or a magazine for African-American women.
Hillary's most famous conquest.
(Think Edmund, not Clinton.)
Another name for cuspids or fangs.
The quality of being without limit.
County town of Devon, England that has lent its name to locations in 14 US states.
Oddly the two most famous Humperdincks in entertainment share this first name.
To come into view, like a ghost from the grave.
To fraudulently take assets or money that one has been entrusted with.
10th century English King, known as 'the Unready'.
Kind of adventure Bill & Ted had.
Accomplished or brought about.
To give off bubbles of gas, like champagne or Pepsi.
A thin blade often used in the sport of fencing.
Technology used to connect computers
over a local area network.
'Saint' named in the titles of an '80s TV medical drama and Gnarls Barkley's debut album.
A football or cricket team, unless there's too many men on the field.
When Hannibal Lecter says he's 'having an old friend for dinner', he's employing a 'double ________'.
Chosen by vote to office.
Just a cost of doing business.
Like a journalist travelling with the army during wartime.
Decadent, degenerate or unable to produce,
like Spiro Agnew's snobs.
Ugandan airport, famed for a 1976 rescue operation by Israeli commandos.
Another name for a game show host.
Disney series that launched Shia Le Boeuf's career.
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