The pattern of test
fits the words like area, bomb, chic, dead
Try to compile a list of at least 20 distinct words, with a digit 1
replaced by a, b, c, d
Rem1: Samples mentioned above cannot be used.
Rem2: Other than that, all goes (proper nouns, acronyms, slang words).
Rem3: You will probably find no solutions for j, q, v, y and z.
JORJ - a character in "The Hand of Thrawn Duology",
Star Wars novels written by Timothy Zahn
QERQ - title of a 2007 Maltese film written and directed
by Louis Cuschieri
VALV - simplified spelling of valve (The Century Dictionary
XALX - a subgroup of the Mongol people
YAWY - having or resembling yaws
ZOTZ - title of a 1947 novel by Walter Karig
Several answers are available for many of the letters. For some letters with "rare" solutions. As "all goes", one can find solutions in other languages:
JAIJ - a Marshallese word for "size"
QUOQ - Latin for "also; each"
VARV - a Swedish word for "full circle"
YUKY - an English variant spelling for YUCKY
YERY - an English word for the older name of 23rd-letter of the Cyrillic alphabet
öVY - a Finnish word meaning "to stay overnight"
ZARZ - a Lower Sorbian word for "rust"
Edited on January 6, 2016, 8:08 am
Posted by Dej Mar
on 2016-01-05 17:23:49