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Generator Puzzle #2

Rearrange the letters in the grid on the left to make one 9-letter word.
In addition to this - drawing only from these 9 letters - solve each answer from the clues given.
Each grid letter may be used only once within an individual answer
The previous quiz in this series can be found here (Quiz #1)
Quiz by kiwirage
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First submittedOctober 30, 2014
Last updatedSeptember 4, 2016
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9-Letter Word
PSYCHOTIC
Clue
Answer
Large boat
Ship
Imitate
Copy
Snug (Brit.)
Cosy
Movie: The Seven Year ____
Itch
Hot (food)
Spicy
Thsi or thta, eg.
Typo
Firing of a gun
Shot
______ fibrosis
Cystic
Component of beer
Hops
Relating to vision
Optic
Clue
Answer
Unaffected by hardship
Stoic
Goes well with fish
Chips
Tokyo, Paris, eg.
City
Concise; to the point
Pithy
Throw a baseball
Pitch
Cuts vigorously
Chops
Subject; talking point
Topic
Mildly drunk
Tipsy
Whisky
Scotch
Fortune teller, eg.
Psychic
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level 75
Nov 7, 2014
I loved this quiz even though I'm about to whine about it. I didn't get cosy because I'm American and we spell it with a z. Also, spicy and hot aren't really the same thing. Spicy food such as sausages aren't necessarily hot, nor are hot foods such as jalapenos called spicy, they are just hot. (Actually I never even thought about peppery hot when I read the clue, I was thinking temperature of the food and drew a complete blank.) For me, a wording of something such as, "Loaded with paprika," would have been more clear.
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level 66
Dec 17, 2014
I agree on the "cozy" part, but the spicy/hot connection is pretty common in America too. At least, where I am. :D
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level 75
Mar 6, 2017
I learned something new from this quiz - another meaning of pithy. I'd only ever heard it used in reference to a plant, such as, "If you hollow out the pithy center of an elderberry stem you can make a whistle from it," or "If you leave radishes in the ground too long they become pithy."
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level 60
Aug 27, 2019
Paprika for me is what you call bell peppers, so I wouldnt think of spicy at all.
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level 43
Nov 10, 2014
Cozy?
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level 21
Aug 11, 2016
Depends on country of origin.
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level 58
Dec 15, 2014
A clever and witty quiz. (though I did think the "typo" one was a stretch)
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level 48
Dec 15, 2014
I kept getting angry because it wasn't accepting 'sight' for the eye one, then I realised there is no G...
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level 60
Aug 27, 2019
Maybe check your eyesight ;) couldn't resist though it is not funny at all haha
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level 70
Dec 15, 2014
Great quiz which I really enjoyed even though I'm no good at anagrams!
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level 78
Dec 15, 2014
Skin irritant could be Spot.
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level 79
Sep 3, 2016
I had cyst as the skin irritant--someone make me understand why that is incorrect. Also, cozy as others have said. Thsi, is a bit too little of a clue to elicit typo. Difficulty on the quiz was solid, but there were definitely some very good clues--and some very bad ones.
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level 62
Sep 3, 2016
Ok, I've tidied up a few of the clues that various people have had issues with. :)
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level 21
Aug 4, 2015
Love these types of quizzes! Keep making more!
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level 43
Sep 21, 2015
Well done, Typo was a stretch.
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level 46
Sep 24, 2016
Tried to figure out hoe to put a "TO" into psychic but didn't manage to get it. Good quiz
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level 70
Jul 2, 2017
FWIW, adding "(food)" to the clue "Hot" adds/clarifies nothing.
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level 46
May 28, 2019
Spicy food feels hot. That helped me, at least.
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level 66
Jul 12, 2017
How did you add the picture to the side?
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level 62
Jul 12, 2017
If you're talking about the generator picture at the top, that was added by Quizmaster when he featured the quiz. Users can't insert these pictures themselves.
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level 73
Jan 30, 2019
Now they can :)
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level 60
Aug 27, 2019
Probably still tons of words you can get from the grid, but I think you missed a good chance of using coptic :)

Perhaps instead of pithy (or is that word just obscure to me? Because stoic scored lower and that one I found easy) or maybe typo (I thought you were looking for a term for words starting with "th" or the th sound etc) And just add it :) but those would in my few be first up for change (in their current form)