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Word Ladder - Pool to Pool

In every word, one letter is different from in the previous one.
Quiz by Micholajovich
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Last updated: September 6, 2018
First submittedNovember 18, 2015
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A game where balls are shot into pockets of a table
Pool
Sheep's fur of what you make clothes
Wool
The hard material of a tree
Wood
Part of a sweatshirt that you can use to cover your head
Hood
Have something in your hands
Hold
Is it when you are freezing
Cold
Able to take risks
Bold
Rapidly leave
Bolt
Holds up your pants
Belt
A hollow metal musical instrument
Bell
Typically spheric object used in many sports
Ball
Weep noisily
Bawl
Used to contain liquid dishes
Bowl
Domestic hen or rooster
Fowl
Violation of the rules of a sport
Foul
A spiritual or immaterial part of a human being
Soul
A liquid dish
Soup
A quick, unexpected stroke usually to seize power
Coup
An association of people working together
Co-op
Curve that bends around and crosses itself
Loop
The aim of one particular game is to make the ball go through this
Hoop
Fictional pirate or tool used for catching fish
Hook
Buy or reserve something in advance
Book
Direct your eyes at something
Look
Nut job; wacko
Loon
Makes all the wolves go WOOH!
Moon
A temporary state of mind
Mood
Fungi that grow on moist food
Mold
Gentle
Mild
A building used for grinding grain into flour
Mill
A building with retail stores and restaurants
Mall
Using a telephone to contact someone verbally
Call
Keep being this and carry on with the quiz
Calm
The inner surface of your hand
Palm
Buddies
Pals
A type of beer originally from the Czech Republic
Pils
The red one opens your eyes
Pill
The process of voting in an election
Poll
A game where balls are shot into pockets of a table
Pool
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level 71
Nov 18, 2015
Great, very nice! I like the way you can get away with not knowing an answer if you find the two surrounding it