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Four-Word Anagram Boxes #1

Each box contains four words that are anagrams of each other. Use the brief clues to solve the answers.
A correct answer will reveal the letters of the anagram at the top of the box, helping you solve the other answers.
Last updated: June 06, 2019
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BOX 1
ACOST
Jackets
Coats
Necktie
Ascot
Mexican food
Tacos
Kind of guard
Coast
BOX 2
ADEIPRS
Had hopes
Aspired
Give up hope
Despair
Nappies
Diapers
Commended
Praised
BOX 3
EERSV
Tennis shot
Serve
Song section
Verse
Cleave
Sever
Changes course
Veers
BOX 4
ACDEILM
Alleged
Claimed
Math point
Decimal
Insurance type
Medical
Orate
Declaim
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level 38
Jun 6, 2019
A Jacket is not a coat;Mexican food: Taco (no indication that it has to be plural). The common definition of "orate" is to speak or to speak pompously, not declaim.
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level 61
Jun 6, 2019
"Jackets" is just a clue, not a perfect synonym. It's the highest guessed answer at 93%, along with tacos. And how do you propose using just the letters T A C and O to solve the 'necktie' and 'kind of guard' clues? All the answers in that column need to include the letter S, which is also why tacos must be plural...