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Done? No need? ...UNDO! (Posted on 2014-08-05) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Only 2 distinct consonants (i.e. n & d) are used in the puzzle's title.
Please provide the most comprehensive list of English words using
only these (unlimited quantity!) consonants.

Rem1: Proper names, hyphenated words, use of y as a vowel is allowed.
Rem 2: Please add a short description for not-so-common words.

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  Subject Author Date
Some Thoughtsre(3): computer solution -- no definitionsAdy TZIDON2014-08-06 10:04:43
Some Thoughtsre(2): computer solution -- no definitionsSteve Herman2014-08-05 20:34:20
Some Thoughtsre: computer solution -- no definitionsAdy TZIDON2014-08-05 13:52:15
Solutioncomputer solution -- no definitionsCharlie2014-08-05 13:29:27
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