Just For Fun Quiz / Word Ladder: British Prime Ministers

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Clue4-Letter Word
PM 1834-1835 and 1841-1846, Sir Robert ____
Part of the foot
Opposite of Heaven
Head protector in armor
Actor Ian or Celeste
Opening or gap
PM 1963-1964, Sir Alec Douglas-____
A large book
Quality of sound
PM 1997-2007, ____ Blair
A small horse
Table Tennis (Part 2)
Table Tennis (Part 1)
Half a quart
Father and son who were both PM: William ____
Hit a golf ball on the green
To push with one's head
PM 1762-1763, 3rd Earl of ____
To cut with one's teeth
A two-wheeled vehicle
To be fond of something
Clue4-Letter Word
A citrus fruit
An arm or a leg, e.g.
PM July-November 1834, William ____
Disabled, especially in the foot
The capital of Togo
Knowledge or wisdom
PM Title: e.g., ___ Frederick North, 1770-1782
Fill with cargo
To encourage or incite someone
Someone already with a degree
Black + white, in the US
PM 1830-1834, Charles ____ (or 2nd Earl ____)
What a predator catches
Speak directly to God
To take part in a game
A prepared set of steps
Style, vigor
Steve Carell's '____ Almighty'
Not odd
PM 1955-1957, Sir Anthony ____

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