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Six Letter Vocabulary Chain

Guess these six letter vocabulary words where the last letter of each answer is the first answer of the next.
Last updated: March 04, 2018
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Definition
Word
Punk hairstyle or Native American tribe
Mohawk
Tentacled sea monster of Norse legend
Kraken
Large aquatic rodent also known as a coypu
Nutria
Female warrior of Greek legend
Amazon
Nerve cell
Neuron
Adjective refering to a woman who is young,
attractive, and eligible for marriage
Nubile
Mass departure of people
Exodus
Afternoon nap or break
Siesta
Point in orbit closest to the Earth.
Opposite of perigee.
Apogee
Relating to horses
Equine
Developmental stage between egg and fetus
Embryo
Definition
Word
Difficult or trying experience
Ordeal
Shrub used to crown a victorious athlete
in ancient Greece or Rome
Laurel
Another word for pantry
Larder
Term for a bird of prey
Raptor
The distance from the center
of a circle to its edge
Radius
Japanese martial arts instructor
Sensei
Weak, ill, frail
Infirm
Near-sighted
Myopic
Frank; sincere
Candid
Crown; tiara
Diadem
Wine bottle that is twice normal size
Magnum
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level ∞
Mar 4, 2018
Too hard?
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level 72
Mar 4, 2018
I don't think so, some questions are quite difficult, but that's as it should be?
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level 69
Mar 4, 2018
I only missed Nutria, which sounds like a breakfast bar, frankly. But I loved it! Some should be hard!!
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level 66
Mar 4, 2018
Personally, yes. After my first go through I think I had four answers. I have never heard of the third answer, that threw me totally and if you miss one it can (and does in this case) make it blinking difficult to get back on track. Looking at the other comments most people seem to have found it ok though, so maybe it's just me.
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level 74
Mar 4, 2018
Perfect, I would say.
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level 79
Mar 4, 2018
It was hard. Not too hard, 100% first try, no cheating and I am not native English. I did much worse on the 5-letter one, missed 5 or 6 of them there.
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level 70
Mar 4, 2018
15/22 sounds like a good average to me. Never heard of diadem until today.
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level 72
Mar 7, 2018
Hmm I guess you never read or watch Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows. There was a lost diadem that was very important in the plot.
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level 58
May 21, 2018
harry potter to improve vocabulary. sigh.
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level 71
Aug 14, 2018
OH GOD PEOPLE ARE USING BOOKS TO IMPROVE THEIR VOCABULARY NOW
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level 80
Mar 7, 2018
Just right. I had to look at the first & last letters of 5 answers in order to get them.
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level 55
Mar 16, 2018
Yes.
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level 55
Aug 14, 2018
No way. It's much better being that bit tougher (16/22)
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level 70
Mar 4, 2018
Having lived all my life in England, I was not aware of any alternative word for the animal we call a coypu. I guess that's the second new word I've learned today.
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level 68
Mar 4, 2018
actually i was very surprised when i entered the name by which this animal is called in italian and i got it :)
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level 70
Mar 10, 2018
in Slovenia as well, I never remember the "English" name when I try to talk about it to foreigners.
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level 74
Mar 4, 2018
In the eastern and southeastern US, nutria are well known - as an invasive pest!
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level 75
Aug 14, 2018
I live in the eastern US and have never in my life heard of a nutria. I'm with the person who thought it sounded like a breakfast bar.
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level 54
Aug 14, 2018
rampant in Louisiana
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level 69
Aug 14, 2018
With a lion rampant on the alternative Scottish flag i’m now trying to imagine an alternative Louisiana flag with a nutria rampant - wish I could draw.
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level 73
Mar 28, 2018
I missed the 3 least guessed. Tough but not too bad.
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level 71
Aug 14, 2018
I'm imagining a scheme where someone convinces people that "Nutria" is a new miracle diet supplement, and then after people buy it, it turns out that it's just a big wet rat.
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level 66
Aug 14, 2018
What about "sickly" for weak, infirm, frail and "honest" for frank and sincere?
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level 51
Aug 15, 2018
Say what you will about Harry Potter, but he's the only reason I knew "diadem".
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