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Word Addition Click Quiz #3

Click to add words together which form new words e.g. QUIZ + ZING = QUIZZING
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Words must combine in order to form a single word accepted in Scrabble
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Quiz by overtired
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Last updated: May 19, 2023
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First submittedSeptember 9, 2022
Times taken24,271
Average score65.0%
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MUSH
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RAM
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MA
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LANDS
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CUR
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TROUBLES
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MIDST
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EX
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CAR
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NOVEL
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PLUS
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STANDS
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REAR
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TRANS
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ARE
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LITE
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TUT
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COR
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BLOT
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WORRY
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A
CAPE
HEST
HOOT
LA
LATE
PART
PET
RANGE
RATE
REAM
RENT
ROOM
SET
TENDED
TI
TILL
TO
WART
YO
38 Comments
+6
Level 82
Sep 9, 2022
"TED" works with a few different words, perhaps switch that one out for another one?
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Level 84
Sep 9, 2022
Yikes, so it does. What an oversight. Fixed, thanks!

You've been very helpful on this and the other quiz. Username checks out :)

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Level 67
Sep 22, 2022
You can also make cor/date and rear/rest so might need to switch those up as well.

Great quizzes!

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Level 84
Sep 22, 2022
Well spotted, thanks.
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Level 75
Jun 22, 2023
Was familiar with chordate, but not cordate. Good vocab add.
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Level 59
May 18, 2023
Only 5 comments? These quizzes are so good!
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Level 70
May 18, 2023
Rearward is a word but I knew it wasn't what you were going for.
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Level 84
May 18, 2023
Good spot, changed it.
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Level 90
May 19, 2023
I now understand that the hint begins the word, but was confused when amidst was not accepted.
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Level 77
May 19, 2023
When I saw "Ram" I was so excited to put in "Shackle". Very disappointed. Seriously, though, great series.
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Level 51
May 19, 2023
Pento is a word
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Level 84
May 19, 2023
Meaning what?
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Level 89
May 19, 2023
Sword is an S-word.
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Level 77
May 24, 2023
I was brought up on the E side of the Atlantic and never heard of Worrywart before. Is this a word prevalent only on the W?
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Level 84
May 24, 2023
Hmm yep, apparently it’s a North American thing. I’m and East Sider too though and have heard it before. Didn’t realise it was American, though I guess I’ve heard it from American media or the internet.
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Level 69
May 30, 2023
Not just a NAm thing - I was brought up around the SE corner of Australia and definitely heard it as a standard part of vernacular here.
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Level 77
May 25, 2023
I love that literate was the most difficult one for me.
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Level 53
May 16, 2024
Rear was the toughest for me. Or tut or blot, which I had never heard of.
+3
Level 65
May 30, 2023
Isn't novela a word?
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Level 71
May 30, 2023
It's NoveLLA with 2 Ls
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Level 50
May 30, 2023
I thought it was 1 L too!
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Level 68
May 30, 2023
It’s novela in Spanish. I made the same mistake. I think I hear about telenovelas more than novellas.
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Level 65
May 30, 2023
Very good. Thank you
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Level 65
May 30, 2023
This quiz was pretty good until halfway through I got an ad that covered literally the entire quiz
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Level 49
May 30, 2023
'Plushest'?
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Level 84
May 30, 2023
The most plush.
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Level 58
May 31, 2023
Plushiest, surely?
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Level 84
May 31, 2023
Also a word in Scrabble.
+1
Level 60
May 30, 2023
Very satisfying
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Level 25
May 30, 2023
Great one. A "rearset" actually also exists, which dragged me down into perdition...
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Level 84
May 30, 2023
Not a word in scrabble.
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Level 71
Oct 1, 2023
This caught me out as well, it is such a normal word for a motorcyclist, I didn't think twice about selecting it.
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Level 66
May 30, 2023
I also put the "a" to make amidst so might be worth looking at that.
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Level 84
May 30, 2023
They have to combine in order, as per the instructions.
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Level 67
May 31, 2023
Haha I tried A for Novel because I forgot novella had 2 L's
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Level 84
Jun 4, 2023
If you are sufficiently science-minded MA+LATE=Malate, which is a word.
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Level 68
Jul 9, 2023
I was debating as a biochemist whether to reply with the same comment. I suppose the argument is that -YO wouldn't work with anything else, so we should be able to deduce it can't be MALATE, but I still went for it instinctively since MAL- was presented early. Regardless, I'm glad to see another scientifically motivated mind thought this too :)
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Level 68
Mar 24, 2024
it was tough, needed nearly 4 minutes ( but not too tough, I just kept skipping when it didnt immediatrely came to me, so I went around several times). Got them all in the end.

Never heard of blotto though