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Nonsense Words #6

Solve each 10-letter "nonsense word" by combining two six-letter words around a group of two central letters. Type the entire nonsense word.
An example is given, with the left word (CINEMA) and the right word (MANIAC) combining to make CINEMANIAC
The previous quiz in this series can be found here (Nonsense Words #5)
Quiz by kiwirage
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Last updated: September 6, 2018
First submittedMarch 5, 2018
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Definition
Nonsense Word
Definition
Movie theater
C
I
N
E
M
A
N
I
A
C
Raving lunatic
Paganini's instrument
V
I
O
L
I
N
D
I
G
O
Shade of blue
1968 Olympics host nation
M
E
X
I
C
O
U
S
I
N
Close relative
Word in two US states
D
A
K
O
T
A
H
I
T
I
Gaugin's island
Brunch cocktail
M
I
M
O
S
A
F
A
R
I
Firefox alternative
Nativity father
J
O
S
E
P
H
O
B
I
A
Abnormal fear
Number less than twenty
E
L
E
V
E
N
I
G
M
A
Tough puzzle, riddle
Game tile with spots
D
O
M
I
N
O
B
O
D
Y
Unimportant person
Spinning mass
V
O
R
T
E
X
O
D
U
S
Israelites' departure
Its currency is the kwanza
A
N
G
O
L
A
G
O
O
N
Shallow bay
Sturgeon delicacy
C
A
V
I
A
R
T
E
R
Y
Blood channel
Skype user's device, eg.
W
E
B
C
A
M
B
U
S
H
Sneak attack
Part of the U.S.S.R
S
O
V
I
E
T
H
N
I
C
Of a culture
Runway surface
T
A
R
M
A
C
T
O
R
S
Cast members
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level 61
Mar 5, 2018
Fabulous series you have here kiwirage! Always excellent with the puzzles :)
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level 62
Mar 5, 2018
Thanks!
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level 60
Mar 5, 2018
Cocoon would TRULY be silken in case of a silkworm - not sure if your answer ever is. Let's at least accept former as an alternative answer (and thereby improve my score!)
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level 61
Mar 5, 2018
I think the nonsense word Mexicocoon sounds better than Mexicobweb as well :D
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level 62
Mar 5, 2018
Thanks for the heads up. I changed that to a different word altogether :-)