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5-Letter Word Chain Game #6

The answers link to the last letter of the previous letter. Bracketed years are for films.
Last updated: November 16, 2018
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Answer
To mix quickly
Whisk
Islam's most sacred moque
Kaaba
Spanish for goodbye
Adios
Strong wind, or a member of the X-men
Storm
What a cat says
Miaow
Opposite of black
White
To wipe away
Erase
_____'s Game (2013)
Ender
Cowboy sport
Rodeo
Desert paradise
Oasis
Preppy, dapper
Suave
Common ivory accompaniment
Ebony
Rival of Google
Yahoo
Unprocessed heroin
Opium
Cosa Nostra
Mafia
 
Answer
US missile defense system
Aegis
Star Wars Light _____
Saber
Jewish minister
Rabbi
Major Asian country
India
Foreign lifeform
Alien
Archaic term for black people
Negro
Japanese city
Osaka
Actor _____ Eckhart
Aaron
_____ Sinatra
Nancy
Canadian Territory
Yukon
37th US president
Nixon
Small crack
Niche
King of rock 'n' roll
Elvis
Pacific country
Samoa
Tilted to one side, off centre
Askew
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level 71
May 14, 2015
Saber is spelt sabre outside the US.
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level 75
Nov 2, 2015
I've never seen them called lightsabres, even in the UK.
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level 58
Aug 11, 2016
In new Zealand, i suppose,
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level 79
May 14, 2015
Yukon is not a state
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level 57
Jun 11, 2015
Most common spelling is 'm-e-o-w,' not whatever you put for the answer.
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level 38
Apr 27, 2017
A niche is a small, cozy corner or place, isn't it? - Not a crack
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level 61
Jul 18, 2017
A niche is a small recess to hang or display things, or a comfortable area, which can also be used metaphorically to mean an area or field in which one is comfortable
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level 61
Jul 18, 2017
I believe all of these types of quizzes are supposed to be cyclical, so the first letter of the first clue should be the same as the last letter of the last clue.
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level 33
Dec 8, 2017
I was so sure that pretty, dapper = square.