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Alphabetical Two letter challenge

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Discussions Games (Words, Alphabet & more…) Alphabetical Two letter challenge

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  • #1701614
    vale019
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    vale019

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated,

    #1701675
    fern
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    fern

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration,

    I see that we’ve got two sets in quite a few words. Bet that doesn’t happen too often. 😀 😀

    #1701705
    vale019
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    vale019

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication,

    #1701715
    fern
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    Member since: September 26, 2006
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    fern

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication, motionless,

    #1701724
    vale019
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    Member since: August 20, 2012
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    vale019

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication, motionless, commonality,

    #1701763
    fern
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    fern

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication, motionless, commonality, secondment,

    #1701802
    vale019
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    vale019

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication, motionless, commonality, secondment, preponderance,

    #1701813
    fern
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    fern

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication, motionless, commonality, secondment, preponderance, despondency,

    #1701826
    vale019
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    vale019

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON
    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)

    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication, motionless, commonality, secondment, preponderance, despondency, personification,

    Another double whammy, Fern 😀

    #1701872
    fern
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    fern

    How many words of five letters or more can we make using any of the following two letters in sequence? ONE word at a time per person. Words cannot be duplicated. No proper nouns.
    Last week’s total was 25.

    This week’s letters are ON

    (for this week only, to make it a bit harder, words must contain more than TEN letters)
    international, controversial, proportionate, contortionist, pronunciation, alliteration, abandonment, concentration, communication, contaminated, ponderously, consecrated, demonstration, medication, motionless, commonality, secondment, preponderance, despondency, personification, demonstrative,

    Another double whammy, Fern

    And here I thought we’d be bored this week Val. 😆 😆

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