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5-Letter Word Chain Game #2

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Australian dog
Poppy product
Vaccine-preventable disease
Expert pool player
Former capital of Japan
Neighbor of the above
When the moon hits your eye, like
a big pizza pie, that's ...
Marry + run away
Not full
Arabian country
Musical piece for nine musicians
Leg bone
Fur baron John Jacob
Jewish leader
Potato state
Belted constellation
Hint
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Israeli desert
Aphrodite
Slow animal
Biggest city in Nigeria
Dutch oil company
Alpaca relative
Monastery leader
Place where everything's bigger
Lead singer of The Police
City in northwest Italy.
Hometown of Christopher Columbus
Pleasant smell
Cupid's projectile
Coven member
Iliad author
French for red
Made a mistake
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(75)
How is enigma 5 letters?
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Nov 14, 2014
(65)
It's a silent, oh wait..
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Nov 15, 2014
D'oh! Fixed.
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Nov 15, 2014
(69)
Some repeats from the first five letter quiz as well. Good series though.
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Nov 14, 2014
(59)
I couldn't stop thinking of sloth for "slow animal." Could you give a better hint, like maybe "slow-moving gastropod?"
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Nov 20, 2014
(59)
:D I also thought of sloth first. "Snail" came to my mind shortly afterwards. But if I read such clue as yours, I'll most probably give up on trying to figure it out.
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Nov 24, 2014
(56)
I gave up. At first I thought I was spelling it wrong. Then I kept trying other variations. Slothe (Some British 'add an e' variation ), Sloths. (plural) etc.
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Apr 6, 2016
(51)
I did the same thing, MayaB. And I agree...I wouldn't remember what a gastropod was.
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Apr 19, 2016
(58)
yup - was stuck on sloth.
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Jun 14, 2017
(45)
No one spells sloth with an E on the end - it's not a British spelling at all.
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Jun 15, 2017
(25)
How is a snail an animal?
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Mar 29, 2015
(43)
Well, it is not a plant
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Apr 2, 2015
(69)
could be a fungus?
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Apr 2, 2015
(55)
Snail is part of the animal kingdom.
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Apr 5, 2015
(27)
I agree snails are not animals
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Nov 3, 2015
(69)
^ What the hell are they then?
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Jul 2, 2016
(65)
Snails are molluscs, in the same phylum as octopuses and squid. Definitely animals!!
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Aug 30, 2016
(67)
Nah, they're a kind of potato
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Sep 7, 2016
(60)
Members of the whale family.
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Jan 4, 2017
(65)
Snails aren't even real.
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Jun 14, 2017
(45)
It's a shocker, when a quiz makes you have to think and work out what an answer might be when your initial thought isn't right...
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Jun 15, 2017
(65)
Fun quiz. "Made a mistake". A little ambiguous. Could be taken as a noun and therefore ERROR or a verb in which case ERRED. I tried error and then went in a completely different direction. I think both should be accepted. Both are five letters, both work. Either one could trigger ERRED. Good quiz.
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Jan 9, 2015
(51)
Except, as the quiz is made, it has to end with a D (as dingo begins with a D) - so only ERRED works.
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Feb 9, 2015
(72)
To be fair, it's not obvious that the chain has to close (but I prefer when it does).
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Apr 2, 2015
(71)
Not stated - but all the chain quizzes I've taken here HAVE closed.
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Oct 5, 2015
(65)
How could "made a mistake" *possibly* be construed as a clue for a noun?? Maybe it could by someone who does not know what nouns and verbs are, but JetPunk is all about expanding our horizons and increasing our knowledge, not pandering to the lowest intellectual denominator. If someone gets "erred" wrong, they will learn something. If the completely wrong "error" is accepted, their grammatical deficiencies have no chance to improve.
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Aug 30, 2016
(66)
How could "made a mistake" *possibly* be construed as a clue for a noun?? If the answer is someone who made a mistake, it's quite possible to be a noun. It can't be a clue for "error" though, I agree about that.
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Jun 16, 2017
(69)
Knew all of these except I'd never heard of a "nonet" before... but... with the first and last letters and the clue that it's five letters long it wasn't difficult to deduce.
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Apr 2, 2015
(65)
Fun quiz. But an aroma isn't necessarily pleasant.
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Apr 2, 2015
(65)
I didn't think so either, but the dictionary says it is!!
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Aug 30, 2016
(40)
Yes it is. An aroma is pleasant, an odor not so. The confusion comes from people using the terms interchangeably, when they're not.
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Apr 10, 2017
(9)
Error should be allowed
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Apr 4, 2015
(61)
The question asks past tense.
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Jul 9, 2015
(55)
Didn't read instructions, didn't know it was a chain... still got 25 though
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Apr 5, 2015
(61)
Please accept "Aster" for "Astor". I typed it multiple times and didn't even think to do it with an "o".
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Jul 9, 2015
Okay
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Jan 16, 2017
(40)
You are only encouraging laziness when you do that. The Astor family spelled their name ASTOR! - Why would you change it to Aster which, as far as I know, is a flower?
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Apr 10, 2017
(65)
Please also accept "Jingleheimer Schmidt".
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Jun 14, 2017
(56)
Can you accept "Yimin" for "Yemen"?
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Feb 9, 2017
(57)
What the heck?
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May 16, 2017
(47)
And Yiffn? Yegen? Yoown?
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Jun 11, 2017
(51)
Please accept "Yeah, man!" for Yemen.
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Jun 14, 2017
(40)
Since everyone else is nitpicking, so shall I in this case. One usually runs away first and then marries, not the other way around. Thus the clue should be: Run Away + Marry.
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May 9, 2017
(65)
Absolutely right--I had the same reaction.
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Jun 14, 2017
(42)
A clue like "Japanese city famous for it's protocol" may have helped. :-/
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Jun 14, 2017
(56)
I dont' agree with the "Empty" clue. Empty means there is nothing in the vessel/item/etc. but "not full" could or could not be empty. This should be tweaked.
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Jun 14, 2017
(45)
Couldn't get beyond place where everything is bigger- Just made me thing of the clip from Father Ted! lol Good Quiz though
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Jun 14, 2017
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