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9-letter word (Posted on 2015-09-25) Difficulty: 5 of 5
There is only one word in the English language , replacing the ? sign in the alphametic

seventeen + seventeen = ?

to make it uniquely solvable.

Find this word.

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Your DB is definitely richer than mine.

Good news1:
From your seven solutions my personal vocabulary got 2 new words: jewelweed and insnare(=ensnare).
Good news2: Got a better D4 version (for my archive) to warrant a single answer:


There are at least eight English words,  that by replacing the ? sign in the alphametic

seventeen + seventeen = ?

make it uniquely solvable.

Only in one of them   S+E+V=17

Find this word.

Does it meet your approval or do you offer another  parameter?

Kudos, anyway...

Edited on September 26, 2015, 12:47 am
  Posted by Ady TZIDON on 2015-09-26 00:42:33

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