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S-2-1-3-1-2-S (Posted on 2006-01-09) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Quite a simple problem really:
There exists a word. It begins and ends with the letter 's'.
It's structure is as follows: S, two consonants, a vowel, three consonants, a vowel, two consonants, S.

See The Solution Submitted by Joe    
Rating: 4.3333 (3 votes)

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I must not be getting the joke..... | Comment 3 of 11 |

STRONGHOLDS

S - TR (2 consonants) - O (1 vowel) - NGH (3 consonants) - O (1 vowel) - LD (2 consonants) - S

But judging from previous comments there is something strange going on, so I won't mark this as a "solution".

  


  Posted by Penny on 2006-01-09 11:32:42
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