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Words with same starting and ending letters.

Discussion in 'Online Games & Puzzles' started by ksuji, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. zahra123

    zahra123 New IL'ite

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    barb
    dead
    dread
    pop
    roar
    emerge
    tilt
    bob
    loyal
    hush
    illuminati
    noon
    reader
    ubuntu
    stress
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    window
    nan
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  2. Thyagarajan

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    :hello:One can recall numerous words quickly starting and ending with E. just try you would this EXERCISE ENERGIZE EXCITE but not ENNERVATE but ENHANCE ability to MEMORIZE all in MUNDANE life. Have an EYE for detail. EXAMINE. Sure to ELEVATE ENTHUSE results in EXCELLENCE. Experience counts to turn one to EXHUBERANCE. EMBRACE uncle google which is a powerful search ENGINE. MORE EXAMPLE here would EXASPERATE. think of EAGLE & comes to mind USA where researchers EXHUME EXTRICATE EXPIATE after things EXPIRE. EMPIRE rulers EXONERATE some. EXORCIZE some. I stop from before being blamed to EDUCATE ELUCIDATE.
    ELECTORATE vandalised. ELIMINATE double counting.
     
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    Sandyr46 Finest Post Winner

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    :hello:Thanks u r one in three clapping over there.
    Effluence engage emergence elope ELUCIDATE elite eclipse ellipse essence efface elaborate exhale excuse exterminate extempore exchange envelope ennoble ERODE EUROPE EPICENTRE EXCOMMUNICATE EXTREME EFFLUENCE evaporate eulogise equalise esquire erudite emigrate ease effervescence. ELEGANCE

    Once a boy walked into the then Chief Minister late Karunanidhi in a marriage. I was earshot. He asked the boy to tell hundred words quickly without a b c & d occurring there. The boy was bit perplexed. ex CM gave a hint to boy - tell the numbers from zero in English. The boy got it.
    It is an anecdote in English.
    Regards.
     
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    Its fun to read it aloud like a rhyme :blush:
     
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    :hello: If one puts it in EXCEL alphabetic, it is easy to rearrange to align rhyming words . EVE, ELSEWHERE, EXPRESSIVE, ELUSIVE, ENZYME, EXTREME, ERADICATE, ESPOUSE, ESSENCE, ENTEBBE (Cuba), emplane, evidence, evince,
    But if it is only numbers
    Eighty one, eighty three,eighty five, eighty nine
    ....google search might yield list ready. But to exercise mind ...... this exercise will do world of good.
    Just for Fun am adding this & hope OP will have no objection.
    Most interesting think I learnt while learning English typewriting
    To practise functional use of alphabet keys all and make a sentence, one used to repeat typing these two sentences from the exercise book.

    “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”
    “Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs.”

    Typing palindrome sentences or and words too is faster way of learning key positions to enable later typing without looking at the key board of the typewriter. (The machine is obsolete but key arrangements qwerty still in use in desk tops and laptops.)

    Too good for time pass for students as well.
    Thanks and Regards.

    God’s dwell in arrangements.
     
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