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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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  • #1725809
    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight,

    #1725826
    bobbity
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    bobbity

    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter,

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    #1725906
    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance,

    #1725911
    greypat
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    greypat

    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 31.
    ==============================<wbr />=====
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ==============================<wbr />=====
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance, skiving

    #1725916
    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance, skiving, snakeskin,

    #1725919
    dinesh
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    dinesh

    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance, skiving, snakeskin, skeleton,

    #1725929
    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance, skiving, snakeskin, skeleton, skirmish,

    #1725950
    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance, skiving, snakeskin, skeleton, skirmish, muskrat,

    #1725955
    bobbity
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    bobbity

    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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance, skiving, snakeskin, skeleton, skirmish, muskrat, asked,

    I love all GUppies
    ♫♪✿(◠‿◠)✿♥♫♪

    #1725969
    vale019
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    Member since: August 20, 2012
    Topics: 9
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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 31.
    ===================================
    This week’s letters are SJ, SK
    ===================================
    disjointed, misjudged, whisky, skylight, skelter, askance, skiving, snakeskin, skeleton, skirmish, muskrat, asked, baskets,

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